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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

TEMPLE CORNERSTONE LAID BY MONTANA'S GRAND LODGE (Continued Firom I ge One.) Not buys and broad-armed ports, Where laughing at the storm rich navies ride, Not starred and spangled courts, Where low-browed baseness watts per fume to pride. No. Men, high-minded men, Men who their duties know, (.'rush the tyrant, .while they rend the chain. These constitute a State. But my purpose today is not so much to speak of your matchless re sources, and of the pre-eminence of your people, although most pleasing themes to me, as it is to speak more directly on the particular function, which is responslble for my presence here. Today the Grand Lodge of Masons of Montana has honored itself in officiating in laying the corner stone of this temple. From time im memorial this function has been as signed to Masonic lodges in their sov ereign capacity, and the present occa .lon renders appropriate some passing remarks from me, directly bearing on this institution. The Society of Free and Accepted Masons...

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. — 19 May 1909

Cream White Wool Fabrics For Your SPRING GOWN What is prettier, what more neat and dainty, than a gown imade of creaml-colored wool fab rics? You cannot make a mistake in purchasing these materials, '-for their soft, clinging texture makes them more in demannd than ever this season. All of tihe cloths we aire now showing are made of fine select ed yarn, shown in, clean ccru weaves. These fabrics wash beautifully and are excep)tion ally stylish for spring and sum Iler wHealr. Mohairs Serges 45-inch wide cream mohair, yard .............750 42 inlh wide 'cram serge(, yard .................. $1 45-inch wide crealm mohair, yard........ 1.00 48-inlch wide cream scrge, ymrd .......... $1.75 Cashmeres Batiste and Albatross 36-inch wide cream cashmere, yard........ 50~ 36-inch wide cream batiste, yard .............150 45-inch wide cream cashmere, yard, $1.19 36-inch wide creami Albatross, yard ......75( American Lady Corsets ,Are correct in every respect. Their styles and quality of material...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

GROUND BROKEN IN ST. PAUL FOR NEW Y. W. C. A. BUILDING V ·· { I I - .a Jjiý rý~Ef MgR a . I lC iJ44 ......-.A.d is St. Paul, May 18.-Women of the Y. W. C. A. from all parts of the world witnessed Miss Drade Dodge of New York, national president of the "association, perform the closing act of the biennial convention, in. breaking ground on a fine site across the street from the municipal auditorium, for St. Paul's new Y. W. C. A. building which will cost $250,000, and possibly $300,000, Thg site. for the structure was NEWS OF THE MINES I Spokane, May 18.-Fourteen feet. of solid galena ore has been encountered on the 600-foot level of the Corfigan property, three' miles west of Wardner, Idaho, owned by the Page Mining com pany. It is believed by experts cotn nected with the Federal Mining & Smelting company that the develop nient of this property will add another important source of bre production to the Coeur d'Alenes, as the strike is one of the best in recent years. The wv.ork ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

ý 1 - all. ·L CA-ItiNALS JUMP TO 11 FIFlITH PLACE `GOSTON AND NEW YO.RK' AMER ICANS RUNNING DETROIT CLOSE FOR HONORS. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. ,Pittsburg ................ 18 8 .692 Chicago .................. Iti 1i2 .571 Cincinnati ................ 15 14 .517 .Philadolphia ........... 11 12 .478 : t. Louis ................ 13 16 .448 New York ................ 10 13 .435 Boston .................. 10 14 .417 lrooklyn .............. 10 14 .417 American League. * Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit .................. 17 8 .680 Boston ......................15 9 .625 3eW Yotk ................ 15 9 .62 'Phil lelphia ........... 4 9 .609 Chil'&i o ........:......:.... 11 15 .423. : t. ~Z(dt .................. 10 .14 .417 evelaitt , :.............. 9 16 .360 W ashington ............. 6 17 .261 NATIONAL LEAGUE. S Three Straight for Cubs. SPhilatlelpIa, ,May 18,-The Phila delphia tea~ lost their third straight .grnie' to Chrcago today. Score: R. H. E. Philade...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

Daily Puzzle COULDN'T HELP IT. There was an old maid of Great Britain Who frolicked around like a kitain. * Her gum fell one day On a bit of crochet, And that's why she sti2ks to her knitain. Find another old maid. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, nose under chin. 1 One of today's little ads " may hold the germ of l A good fortune for you. 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-ROCM ' FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wulf ave. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale; block from court house. Call telephone 314 red. iFOR SALE, CHEAP-ONE LOYT, 50x 130, on South Fifth street west, close in, $350; will take good one or one and a half karat diamond stone as part paymennt. 'Phone 557 red. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. m., , at Elite, hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 May 1909

;, U11$ CO$RNER. .ruit Pineapples, each- ::.......................9..#5 Grape Fruit, Plorldas, each........ 10r Bananas. Oranges. Dollar Berries Vegetables Asparaguq New Turnips Green Peas. Bermuda Onions Green Onions Cucumbers. tadishes Parsley tie Plant California Cabbage tHE BUsy CORNER. Phone N Faces May easily be kept fair if our Ben. soin and, Almond Lotion is appllie before and after exposure to sun and wind. The one perfect lotion that. carn be used on the most deli* Gate skins without injury. It keeps the skin clear, soft and smooth and imparts a delightful sense of cool ness and freshness, It is entirely absorbed and. is not greasy or sticky. 1arge bottles .................................. isouIla Drug Co. Wei.i-ALEt ANp RETAIlt. 4ornaer,,Higgins Ave and 'ront St. Let Us Figure on your decorating SIMONS We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni -ture salesrooms in the northwest and our stock is in keeping with the store. We will be glad to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

• 1THE DAILY MISSOULIAN .... THE WEATXHER fOP FIRST LACE TodayI IIair. "For efficiencyS goe toT 'tomorrow-Fair. Mlesoullan' Cla' s A VOL. XXXVI. NO. 15. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TtURSDAY MORNING, MAY 2O, 19109. PRICE FIVE CENTS THE LAST GAP IS HAPPILY CLOSED MILWAUKEE OFFICIALS AND THEIR GUESTS WITNESS COMPLETION OF TRACK. RAIL SPIKED INTO PLACE At 2:06 o'Clock in the Afternoon Re mnaining Steel IL Sv'ung Into Place and Spike Is Dri,;en, Completing Band of Steel Conriecting Chicago With the Pacific Coast. At 2:06 p. n.' yeste'rday the last rail was swung into place in the main line of the Milwaukee, the first rail way to connect Chicago directly with the Pacific coast, and at 2:21 Division Engineer George Nick swung the hammer upon thel last spikb xWihich was driven home' by four strong blows. The scene of this interesting incident was just a mile and, a half west of the' hietoric spot where tile golden spike of the Northern Pacific was driven a qtaitrter century ago. There was not, howev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

South 5th Street Home I have for sale one of tjie 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. 115 1Miggins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. R UNOOSI1ST LECTURES AT CHURCH PROMINENT PHYSICIAN TAKES "TUBERCULOSIS" AS SUB JECT OF TALK. Before a large and Interested audi ence Dr. E. M. Rundquist delivered an address at the Congregational church last evening, hid subject being "Tuber culosis." Dr. Runquist discussed vari ous phases of the disease, particular izing methods of infection, prevalence aid plans for combatting the ravages of the "great white plague."...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

FORESTRY METHODS AR[ ADOPTED THE GREAT RAILROADS OF THE COUNTRY CARE FOR TIMBER SCIENTIFICALLY. Chief among tie supportlers of the government Ttt its policy of fores preservation andl am:ong the tirst to adopt forestry methods in their timber lands are the various large railroad companies of the country. All of these have to call upon their forests for in enormous amount of timber with which to make ties and lumber for bridges and buildings along the line, and it was not long before they bIegan to realize that something in the lino of preservation mllst be done or the forests would give out. Conlse - quently most of the big railroads of thle country are using expert foresters and are rapidly adopting better meth ads for the caring of their trees. In a letter to the "Railroad Man's Matga zine," a railroad official on the Santa Fe explains the way in which tlihat company is caring for its trees, anm also tells of the success which is be ing had with the use of the eucalyp-' tus tree f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

'lishei $very by in the Year. PUBLISHING CO. 1 tli and 1 West Main Street, Mis te$d at the poatfofico at Missoula, tana, as second-class mail matter. i UBS tRI'PTION RATES. (in Advance) 1tily, one month ..............................$0.76 .f.ily., three months .................... .21 Diatly, six months .................... ... 4.00 . aP ly, one year ................................ 8.00 .:ekly. one year ............................. 1.50 Oi tage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Tlhainess Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub crtibers are requested to report faulty 1dlivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give ;:old address also. Money orders and -heoks should be made payable to . o Missoullan Publishing Company. THURSDAY, MAY 20, 1909. NOW THE "HIGHBALL." This morning there is a continuous line of steel between Chicago and the ',rPificle coast and the plans of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

BAILEY PRECIPITATES A DEBATE DEMOCRATS AND REPUBLICANS TAUNT EACH OTHER ABOUT TARIFF BILL. Washington, May 19.-The senate dropped into a party discussion late today and democrats ahd republicans taunted one another with the dissen sions each pArty has suffered. during the consideration of the tariff. The debate was precipitated by Mr. Bailey, who charged the republicans with having entered into' a cohspiracy to exaggerate and misrepresent demo cratic dissensions in order to hide their own difficulties. This statement .called Mr. Hale to his feet. He as sured Senator Bailey that there was no reason for such suspicion. Mr. Hale declared that there would be no fail ure to enact a protective tariff bill, and that when it was all over the re publicans would support It and all the democrats would. oppose it. Mr. Bailey, resuming, referred to an interview with Governor Johnson of Minnesota, criticising the minority in its attitude toward the bill. "If this represents the views of Mr. Johns...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

Cream White Wool Fabrics For Your SPRING GOWN Wha:1L t is 1r1(il1ier, wh'llat wore ,ý • ]D] rnd le of rerlon-colored wVool fah ..rics? You i ncn' l 'nake 1 mistake in Int1-lmsing tihese uterial., 'Ymakes mlly Iion, ile ellid;illnl Mohairs evr this eason. -inch ide e ohir, 42inch All of he cloths we are nw 45-inch wride U(~am niohaur, ?ard'.~.: OO 48 inlch ~-de crctnl H(ig, ~ 1ind e (1(.75 Ca ere showingatste and Albatro ssf fin "'"'. .r oHý:,.« ed yarn, shownl in 1h(;l 1 ea ln SweavIs. These fralr'i-c wVi tll hean,. tifuIlly :and. are exception ý. -11y slll ,tylish fol' sprin '111 81l, l 1 Mohairs Serges 45-inch wide cream mohair, yard .......... 75a 42. inch wide cretan serge, yard ................ $1 45-inch wide cream mohair, yard....... 1.00 48-inch wide cream serge, yard..........$1.75 Cashineres Batiste and Albatross 36-inch wide cream easlhmre, 'yard .,...... 50 3-inch wid ire ae.m liser, .y:nti............ 75 45-inch widec m l cashtmere, yar d,,1.19 3(-inch wide (ealn AIlbii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

SOME SOUND ADVICE IS GIVEN BISHOP SCADDING OF OREGON, TELLS HOW NEWSPAPER MEN SHOULD BE TREATED. Spokane, Mlay 19:--Netwspaper men should be treated as allies instead of as spies and impertinent meddlers in things which do not concern them. We can take them into comradeship in the work we are doipg and, by treat ing them as friends instead of enemies, secure their confidence, good will and co-operation." Rev. Charles Scadding, bishop of Oregon, said, this in the course of an address on "The Secular Press as t Missionary Agency" at the biennial sessions of the eighth missionary de partment of the Episcopal church in Spokane, when high churchmen from Washington, Montana, Oregon, Idaho. Wyoming, California, Utah, Nevada, New York, Pensylvania and several other states were in attendance. Bishop Scadding intimated that the average minister dbes not know news, when he mentioned that frequently an item of vital importance is con cealed in a mass of matter other wise of not the least intere...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

···-· ··i···'·;. ·,i . -· iiYiL I -· i M 1 \ i -U3--------------------.____~-___~-~~_lr -· - -^,-- ----··-----·-------- --r-r.l_~ ~-_.~ DETROIT IOW LEADS BY ONLY NARROW MARGIN TIGERS LOSE TO ATHLETICS, WHILE BOSTON AND NEW YORK WIN." STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League, Club. W, Mon. Lost. Pct. Detroit .......................17 9 .654 Boston ................ ..16 9 .640 New York ................16 9 .640 Philadelphia ............15 . 9 .625 Chicago ................ ...11 16 .407 St,, Louis ...............10 15 .400 Clevoland ..................10 16 .3,5 W ashington .............. 6 18 .250 National League. Club Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg .................18 9 .667 Chlcago ..................16 13 .552 O na innatt ................15 15 .500 PniiadetloIha ............12 12 .500 t. Louis ....................14 16 .467 e* York ................11 13 .458 Brooklyn ....................11 14 .440 Soston ........................ 0 15 .400 NATIONAL LEAGUE. Ball Stops Pirates. .Throoklyn, May...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

Daily Puzzle p " eo OF COURSE. 1 met a goat and said to him, "The question pray excuse Why do you always wag your chin?" Quoth he. "Because I chews!" Find the goat. A\nswer to yesterday's puzzle: U1side down tnder left art. A AOne of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in tills offier as follows: Box Q.-Four. I X. L,.-One. W. E.-Two. A. C.-One. M. E. G.-Two. J.-One M. C. K.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. SIX-ROOM HOUSE, MODERN, FOR sale; block from court house. Call telephone 314 red. FOR SA LE-THREE LOTS, I N South Missoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 Sotn Fifth west. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. m., at Elite hall. Private lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs. Van Curen. PRESSING SHOP. RED APPLE TAILORING & PRES...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 May 1909

*UBY OMANR. Mlasodlia' Best Grocery We have all kinds of feed always 'on hand. Special for this week: ~1 ca good wheat. 1 cai good oats. Scar chopped feed. i1 car bran a.hd shorts. 1 car whdle and cracked corn. 2 cars timothy hay. Considering the market our prices ,are low on these groode. Special Oranges, per. dozen ........................10n ASK FOR' REILLY'S, PHONE 98. THE BUSY CORNED. Fair Faces May easily be kept fair if our Ben soln and Almond Lotion is applle.l before and after exposure to sun and wind. The one perfect lotion that can be used on the most deli cite skins without injury. It keeps the skin clear, soft and smooth and imparts'a delightful sense of cool ness and freshness. It is entirely ·absorbed' and is not greasy or )sticky. ?iaarge bottles ..................................50 I-. bUlis a DrUg Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. "Corner Higgins Ave and Front St. Let Us Figuire i on your o decorating S.iS'MO NS t "--li We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

THE THEI)IAEMIHOUIR ofxx irn . 'AFio r icie ,C gV OENirToV S Tomorrowv-FN11rMissobi~iaii'aiag d V OK 'X 1VI 1d If, jZýS UL 1 :'ION l ; Fa.-x .01 Oý T.1X ! ýl~l!I, , PRI E . SCENES AT THE COMPLETION OF THE NEW RAILWAY k These pictures, n ode from copyrighled photographs taken a+Wednesday afternoon at Gold creek by R. H1. McKay for The Mitissoulian, Illustrate admirably the isIenes attendant upon the closing of the last gap in the line of steel that unow stretches rrom Chicago to the Pacific coast. In the group 0 standing in front of the locomotive, Chief Engineer Pearson is standing in the center. Oln the pilot of the 'ngine, behind him, is J. H. Ellison of the Winston itrothers company. 1V. 0. Winston is on the right side of the pilot and 13. E. Stevens stands with one foot on the rail it the foreground. In thli picture which shows the actual driving of the last spike Division Engineer' Nick is swinging the hammer and Division Superintendent Marshall, who set the spike, is standing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

Why Pay 1Rent? '`100 Cash, Balance $25 Per Month A new 3-room plastered house, ce ment foundation, good Pollar, plas tered; city water in house, 45x150 foot lot; located on , west side. Price ....................................... .$1,000 $300 Cash, Balance $20 Per Month a good 3-roog cottage, close in on north side, rents steady for $11.00 per month; lot 26x130, city water; this is over 20 per cent on the in vestment. Price only $600. This is a new brick, $100 Cash, Balance $25 Per Month A good 4-room house on south side, plastered, electric lights; lot 40x 130; nice lawn and trees. Prico ....................$..1,400 Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. TO CONSTRUCI ROADS AND FENCES EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS WILL BE MADE ON THE MISSOULA NATIONAL FOREST. Under the supervision of Supervisor D. G. Kinney the rangers and guards on the Missoula national forest are doing a large amount of improvement work, such as building fences an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

PROSPECTIVE 8IYERS. EASTERN MEN, THROUGH KERR COMPANY, MAY BUY BITTER ROOT LAND. Early this morning J. M. Downs, third vice president of the U. W. Kerr Investment company, accompanied by 14 eastern men, will leave for Hamil ton, where the hand of the company will be inspected. A couple of months ago the Kerr company bought 1,100 acres of good orchard land near Hamilton, and has been extensively advertising it, In ad dition to the advertising the land re ceived it has been furnished with fine ater and has been planted' with fruit trees. The gentlemen who compose the party are prospective buyers. Some time today Grant Van Sant, son of former Governor Van Sant of Minnesota, will arrive from Butte, where he stopped last night, and will be accompanied by several friends, also prospective buyers. They will join Mr. Downs and party in the val ley. Mr. Downs and J. R. McMillan ar rived in the city yesterday and made arrangements for the rest of the party, which arrived last night on No. 1. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 May 1909

11f Anýv MMnssUouAN Every Day in the Year, tiAA14 PU13LYSI1ING CO. 129 45 13t West 'iMain Street, Mis 8oula, ontana. Ent atd at the poatfofice at Missoula, MOf tna, as second..class- mail matter, SUBSCRIPTLOO%. RATES (In Advanee), DaUY one month ..................................$0.75 Dait, three months............................ 2.25 Daily, six months................................. 4.00 Daily one year.............. .... 8.00 W e y, one year.................................. 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Buslpess Office 110 Editorial Rooms 'SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoullan Publishing Company. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1909. NINETEEN YEARS AGO. White the dignified members of the federal senate are calling each o...

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