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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

A tore for Everybody MISSOULA MERC ANTILE COMPANY A.Store for vR Rare Good Fortune for Silk Buyers A Dress from Celebrated Windom Black Silks On Sale This Week at Abroad W orth-W hile Reductions NOW WITHIN REACH OF A FEW MIS- " t" .r: TOP a moment and consider the ilportance to you of this hit of news. SOULA WOMEN WHO ACT PROMPTLY. M Black silks, you know, are in a dry goods storc as sugar is in a grocery a staple, sold on the closest kind of a margin, an offcr of 20 pounds of Imported Dress Patterns .' ,ý -, sugar for a dollar would bring a crowd in a hurry, and we forecast a Reduced One-Third brisk call for these silks. Every woumn has need for a black silk dress, or coat; if not, then for a petticoat or a new lining in some garment. The ambition of almost evvery woman who " Windom silks are positively the best made in this country, all pure silk cares anything at all about dress is to have an imported dress. Few can afford the and pure dlye-guaranteed to give satisfactory service...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

The Thin Made over special "Natural Shape" low shoe lasts noiipping heels-famous "Can't be beat" for style and service. Conv;nce yourself g. a pair., They're ready for you to step right into-and no breaking-in. Most st~le r $3.00 The Martin Co. HUiDREDS OF PAGES MAKE ABSTRACT STATISTICS ,.COMPILED BY DE. PARTMEOT OF COMMERCE AND LABOR ARE BULKY. Seven hundred pages of solid fig ugw .with 'scarcely a line of "reading st~ter" accompanying, make a very dryasd, to many people, unattractive lobiing volume. Yet the Statistical . Abatitact of the United States, con taining this number. of pages of solid figur ;s to 'be' issued from' the btureau of>.,:titlsýstc, eo .the department of competsge and ,labor within a few days, offers to the observing reader arid tidegnt much interesting as well tan ,aist uctiry e information. The statistical abstract, which orig inated in the bureau of statistics 30 years, agq under. the cdiectio, of 4on. Jdhin hr.4ikan, then secretary of the ;treasuir, ". ....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MISSouLI.ANWS iPEOIAL SER VICE. Washington, D. C., May 1..-An un usual public document has just. come from the government printing office. It is the record of the proceedings of the first conference of governors of the United States held at the White }louse a year ago. The volume is bodnd in green cloth, lettered with gold. Every word that was said at the White House conference on the sub ject the governors discuased-the con servation of the country's natural re sources--is in the 450 pages which the book embraces. One of the interest I ing features is a history of the origin and plan of the conference and a list of names of all those who participates in it. The frontispiece is a half tone of the photograph taken on the White House portico showing all the gover nors, grouped with the president, vice president, members of the cabinet, jus tices of the supreme court, and the four special guests, William Jennings Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, James J. Hill, and John Mitch...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

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Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

Daily Puzzle '4 SOMETHING DEFINITE. "And will you walt for me," said she, "If I will consent t o wed?" He thought a moment earnestly, And then, "How lo ng?" he said, "A year," she answer ed. "Yes," said he. "That'shows there's something in it." I was afraid that, wo manlike, yFind him. ou'd answer, 'Walit a minute!'" Answer to Saturday's Puzzle-Left si de down, in hippo. One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for. yotu. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: N. H. P.-Four. I. X. L.-One. A. C.-Two. S. S.-One. M. C. K.-One. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wulf ave. BUILDING LOTS IN ALL PARTS OF the city. Hoverson, 333 North Hig gins avenue. I'INE FIVE-ACRE TRACT, ONLY $1,050; terms. Hoverson, 333 North Higgins avenue. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale; block from court house. Call telephone 314 red. FOR SALE-FOUR-ROOM PLAS tered house, 'five blocks west on Spruce street, '$1...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 May 1909

SI. Y' Y *CORNER. Pineapples, each .......................g Grape r .t,,teoedas, eaoh....... 104 S Bananas, Oranges. Soflr errxies -0- Vegetables Asparagus New Turnips Green Peas. 15ermuda Onions |Green Onions Cuoumbees. A4ashssea Parsley P1e Plant California Cabbage 93 r Q-0RNE R. 'hoes wB Fair MAUY easily be kept ;air if our Ben zoin and Almond Lotion is applied before and after exposure to sun ahd wind. The one perfect lotion "that can be Used on the most dell . , as ifh. s without nljury. it keeps, theJtkln olear, soft and emooth and ' :4Wifpa ts a tlelightful sense of eool shes and freshness. It is entirely' absorbed and is hot greasy or sticky. Large bottfles .............................. e Msouai ru. Co. t. WNOLSA.5 ArD RSTAIL. a5 Corner itiglns Ave and Front st. T Let. Uis Piure S on you ir t decorati ng ,4 WTe rse In our new .tore and pretty well settled. e )ave the finer furni t re salesrooms ip the northwest and ourIstoc1 q j, keeping with, %e t We wrill be gdla have ou ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

THE WEATHER AILY MISSOULIAN FIRS A ToL -FVair. 1 I MisOouiian'sIC a AIV Tyj VOL. XXXVI. NO. 13. -MISSOULA, MONTANA, Tt'ESI)AY MORNING, MAY 18, 1909. PRICE FV ET NEW SCHEDULE NOVW BEING FR IED REDUCED FREIGHT RATES TO GO INTO EFFECT ON RAIL ROADS ON JULY 1. ROADS WILL OBEY ORDER Announcement Is Made That the Offi cials of Corporations Have Decided Not to Fight the Spokane Rate Case Decision, but to Put New Tariffs Into Effect. Chicago, May 17.-The Record-Her ald will say tomorrow: "A new freight rate schedule from all the territory east of the Missouri river to all the western cities not lo cated on the Pacife coast will go into effect ni the transcontinental lines July 1. The new rates will be based upon the rates which the interstate commerce commission ordered the rail roads to put into force from Chicago and St. Paul to Spokane, and will be an average reduction from the present rates of about 1i per cent. The rail roads decided to do this instead of fighting the order of the comm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

Property that is just like finding "' m ey. This property com prises two choice lots facing Son two streets, one four-room and one three-room house, -city water; houses plastered, well consttcted, stone foun dationm, and splendidly locat ed; they rent for $30 per month and are rented all the time. This is sincerely a splendid and safe invest ment. Price, $3,000, on terms of half cash. $100 Cash, Balance $25 Per Month Just like paying rent. For $1,000, on the above terms, I am offering a new four-room house on lot 45x150; city Awter in house, cement foun dation, cellar, plastered with stucco ;everything new and clean. Why pay rent? This property, located in School addition, north side. as. M. Rhoades REALESTATE AND INSURANCE DEAlgR. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. <ta 6RW AKOCq4SID[0 BIDS The county commissioners met yes terday afternoon in a special session for the purpose of considering bids for a pile bridge at Frenchtown. Four bids. were received and the bid of 0....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

HAPELif [ETS BACK FBRM SPRINGS SUPERINTENDENT COMES FROM WASHINGTON ENTIRELY RE COVERED FROM BLOW. On No. 16, when it pulled in last night, was the special car which. brought Superintendent Rapeije back home from Green River Springs, Wash., where he has been for the last month recovering from the effects of the blow which he received from a broken cable on a wrecker near 1el Inap nearly two months ago. With him on the car were his wife and his two little children who have been with him through his convalescence. As the train pulled in there was a big crowd of railroad men, from chief dispatcher to firemen, who have known Mr. Rapelje since he came here, and who have been anxiously watching his progress since the accident, and when the superintendent stepped off the train he was greeted in a way which should have warmed his heart and made his return home more than pleasant. For several minutes he was kept busy answering the eager ques tions which his friends were putting to him, and w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

~WV MISOuUIAN ''t13x iý 1 ay'tInthtS Ten r. - < t~tAN P1t83LISHING Co. +t and 1$1 West Main Street, Mis i io lao Montana. citered at the postfvfice at Missoula, Ontana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Sily, onemontb...............$0.75 ? aily, three months ........................ 2.25 patty, six months..... ........ 4.00 ly, one year................. 8.00 eosty. one year.............. 1.0 stage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUSC'RIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulla'i IF anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub cribers are requested to report fauliy delivery at once. In ordering paper -hanged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and >olteks should be made payable to h he Missoulian Publishing Company. TUEISDAY, MAY 18, 1909. WHAT OF THE FOURTH? The annual oupry is being pro .$pounded this week-what of the fourth? Is Missoula to have a c le ;ration this year or not? If t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

GOLD 00 i SOOMOUNTED [KY PRESENTED HANDSOME INSTRUMENT GIVEN TO PRESIDENT TO OPEN THE SEATTLE FAIR WITH. Washington, May 17.-President Taft Is to open the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition at Seattle on June 1, with the splendid gold telegraph key pre sented to him today by Secretary Bal linger and the congressional delega tion from Washington. The key is mounted on Alaska 'marble and is ornamented with 22 handsome gold nuggets from Alaska. The key will be connected with the White House tele graph wires and the president will touch it on the day of opening, there by setting in motion the machinery of the exposition. Secretary Ballinger's speech of presentation. was as fol lows: "I have the honor and pleasure as former vice president. of the Alaska Yukon-Pacific exposition, to present to you this telegraph1 instrument, to use when you send the message on June 1 of this year opening the exposition at Seattle. Wash. "I present this key to you on be half of the donor; Mr. George W. Carmac...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

The are "Te"Thing Made over special "Natural ' Shape" low shoe lasts loilipping heels-famous` comfort bringers, "CanK e beat1 for st.,~ and service. Coivnce yourself get a pair.) They 'e ready for you to step right into-and no breaking-in. Iost 4t1je s ,Ts.OO The Martin Co. MAflETK 'MOVEMENTS THE IE DAY "t- I AdTIONS iN SECURITIES RECOAQED OQN THE NEW YORK STOCK EXbHANGE. New York, May 17.-The ,stock mar t gave evidence today that the large operations which have caused the show o animation for some time past ,be.', been dAs'continued. The trad ing was doll and prices sluggish. The professional offering of larger, opera tions showed a puzzled state of mind. Persops ?of authority and influence con tinued to be quoted ia, confident opin lonis of the paospect.. pr, renewal of prosperity. 'Th4 price leve1 of stocks give` testiminy that a i\pecuiation has not waited upon the passage of tarif5 legislation to see its-advantage coining from, the revival. The crop news from the southwest toda...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

AUCTION OF HORSES b DISCONTINUED PRICES OFFERED FOR ANIMALS a AT BITTER ROOT FARM ARE NOT SATISFACTORY. o r Special to The Daily Missoullan. Hamilton, May 17.-There was a. r good attendance of horsemen at the auction sale of horses from the Bitter Root stock farm today, some having come from Butte, and a good sized crowd from Missoula. There were several sales made, but the manage ment of the farm considered that the prices were not as good as they should be and the sale was stopped. It is J said tonight that the auction will be renewed either at Missoula, Butte or s Billings, at a date to be announced r later. Sales today were as follows: r No. 8-Bay filly, foaled May 13, 1906, s 15.3 hands high; by Evergets (302200), 1 first dam tavalli by Electrotype ' (9006); sold to F. H. Reeser for $200. c No. 9-Bay gelding, foaled April 4, 1 1906, 15.2 hands; by King Amos (33010), 1irht dam Russella by Lord Russell .1 (4677); sold to John R. Daily for $130. 1 No. 29-(Property of Tom McTague) ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

.' k .. - II 'III A iACE I ATIONAL CTTilNi YEtY WARlM WHILE PITTSBURG HOLDS GOOD LEAD, BALANCE OF TEAMS ARE WELL BLUNCHgD. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. 'tlttaboirg ........... ... 17 8 .680 e1I4ap...o........... 1 12 -.556 phile elph.a . 11 11 .500 Cincinnati ..... 14 14 .G00 'New York ..:.. 10 12 .465 loson ...........10 13 .431 Brioklyn ......... 10 13 .431 t. Louis ......... 12 16 .429 American League. Club- Won. Lost. Pct. Detroit ............17 7 .708 73oston ............A 9 .609 oe* ork ................ 14 9 .609 3lphia. 11 9 .191 Ch .. 1]...11 14 .440 t>t. Lo.t............. 10 14 .417 q 1 d .................. 9 15 .375 Washlfitgton ...... 6 17 .261 Intgrmouept*in Leagus. Club- ron. Lost. Pet. Salt Lake .................. 6 4 .600 * elena ............. 6 4 .600 y tb tte .......................... 5 5 .100 : 3olse .......................... 3 7 .300 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Chano* iA. Bad Shape. Philadelphia, " May 17.-Chicago scored an easy victory ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

Daily Puzzle 1 I GOOD ADVICE. Let us then be up and doing; See if you can't strike your gait; Throw away the rag you're chewing, :tin a fan. And bat a home run while you wait. Answer t) Yesterday's Puzzle-Upside down, in hat. The Qfiiizr One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: N. 13. P,-Four. I. X. L.-One. A. C.-Two. S. S.-One. M. C. K.-One. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Partlcplars at 825 Wolf ave. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale: block from court house. Call telephone 314 red. FOR SALE, CHEAP-ONE LOT, 50x 130, on South Fifth street west, close in, $350; will take good one or one and a hall karat diamond stone as part payment. Phone 517 red. SITUATION WANTED-MALE JAPANESE WANTS A POSITION as cook. S. Morishima, 604 Woody street. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday. 7:30 p. m., at Elite hall. Priva...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 May 1909

>3aq 90RNER. iFruit Pheppir, ach .......25 Gra pe Prig Florldaa eac......10 Bainzinks. Oranges. DM~ar Berries Vegetables SAsp ragts New Turnips H ren Peas, Bermuda Onions Gr4n Opions Cucumbere. afa4ishes Parsley Pie: Plant Calltritia Cabbage .THR.RI SY CORNER. Phon* 96 Faces P4ay easily be kept fair if our Ben. sol and Almond Lotion is applieJ before and after expdaure to sun and Wind. The, one perfect ldtion thadt oth by used on the most del- i cate skins withodt injury. It keeps tin1 skir clear, soft and smooth ant Imparts a delightful sense of cool nes) atnd feshness. It Is entirely ab5 $ ed and is not greasy or #t~ct Large bottles . , ............... ...50# Mis4o Drug Co. HOLESALS AND RETAIL. Coi Mer fligtins Aye and Front St. t f s V`d. 5 II Lot Us Figure n on your d decorating a ti n V We are In our new store " rd. ; rtat well settled. e gge the finest, furni" .a t1 s salesrooms in the t itthwest a nd our storcp 1) in keeping with the ti store. We will be glad to have you c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

THE WEATHEtR S SP FIRSTPcE Today- 'air. Fors eudctenoy so.. to fri* TomoMows-FaruUa's Class Ad ,LH..1' IAMT , DS MN ,A ,19R onI . VOL,. XXsVI. NO. 14. M rIssoUL,; MroNTAnA, WEDINEt3DAY MroIININ, MAY\ 19, 1909n. PflICE FIVE CE~NTZS : TEMPLE CORERSTOIlE LAID BY MONTANiAS GRAND.LODGE Skies Are Clear and Smiling When Impress ive Ceremony Is Performed. PROMINENT MASONS ARE IN CHARGE OF DEDICATION Mayor Andrew Logan of Missoula, Most Worshipful Grand Master C. B. Nolan and Brother Harry H. Parsons Deliver Addresses---Banquet at Elite Hall Ends Occasion in Happy Manner. Under clear and smiling skies and in the presence of hundreds, the grand lodge of the Ancient, Free and Accepted Masons of Montana, presided over by Most Worshipful Grand Master C. B. Nolan, with the interesting and im pressive ritual of the order yesterday laid the cornerstone of the new Ma sonic temple of Missoula, and dedi cated the building to the use of Ma sonry. The exercises of the day began with the convening of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

South 5th Street Home I have for sale one of the best home buys in Missoula, a new, thoroughly modern five-room house, nicely finished, good plumbing, cellar, electric fix tures, everything first-class; a swell lot, 50x130, cement walks in front; in a. good neighbor hood. It would cost at least $2,400 to construct this house. The lot is cheap at $1,000-a total of $3,400. If sold in the next few days I will sell for $2,725, on terms of half cash. Don't you think this a snap? Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 1.16 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. : · ·e ARRiESTEDFOR POCKET PICKING GEORGE REEDY 18 TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR ALLEGED ROBBERY. A man who gave his name as George RBeedy was arrested yesterddy after noon' by Sherlff Graham and Deputy Sheriff Larson andsi s accused of rob bery. It is alleged that Beydy pulled off a little pocket-picking stunt yes terday, the victim in the affair being August Sylvester, who is held at the county jail as a witness. Several me...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

iW1R1HliTOI MAKRE CHANGES RADICAL IMPROVEMENTS ARE STARTED ON TRAIN SERVICE TO COAST. Chicago, May 18.-Perhaps the most radical changes in the way of improve ment ever made in the train service of any railroad at one time are those which will take place on the Burling ton route May 23, a\hen that company will put on four new trains and will improve the service and quicken the time of several existing trains. Perhaps the most important of the new trains are the two which will run through solid from Chicago to Seattle, via St. Paul. They will both be com pletely electric lighted, and the Orien tal limited 1ill run over the Great Northern west of St. Paul, leaving Chicago in the evening, and making the trip in 72 hours; it will carry ob servation-library-club car, standard and tourist sleepers, coaches, dining cars, etc. The other through train via St. Paul will run over the Northern Pacific road, leaving Chicago in the morning, and will be known as the Northern Pacific express, and wi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

Db 4 very Da' in the Year. I N PUt3IABSHINO CO. < 8d Z .eat Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. tered at the postfufice at Missoula, tana, as second-class mail matter. SUBBSCRIPTION IATES ((In Advance) one m.nth..............L.....$0.7 : aly three months............ ...... 2.'2 b; i .sx motiths ............................. . 4.00 lone year............ ........... 00 :ekly, one $eoar............. ..1.50 ,ctge added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Stutlness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERB' PAPERS The Mlssoullau is anxious to give the bestecarrier service; therefore sub ecribers are requested to report faulty ,1, 4blivery at once. In ordering paper .eaigaed to new address please give * .ld address also. Money orders and 'i.c:ks should be made payable to , h. Missoulian Publishing Company. WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1909. CLOSED. Today at Hell Gate Chief Engineer peaarson of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Putget Sound railway will witness the a.tting of the last rail in the long l...

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