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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

TNSTANDARD June brToh Doh Fashion Sheet The D. . Donohue Co.s The Designer For June and StandardG Given Away Gratis L7 Are Now Ready for You Millinery Opportunities At $7.50 and $10.00 we offer the finest line of swell trimmed hats that have ever been shown in Missoula. In order to get the rich and dressy effects that these hats give you would have to pay almost twice as much elsewhere. There are more than 100 in this new assortment, which is. a choice line direct from a VNew York manufacturer. Don't fail to see them. You are sure to like them. Read these extra special prices: Children's Straw Sailors, with colored braid edges on the brim, ribbon bands ending in long streamers; a good 50c value; extra special at...... 25 Women's Straw Sailors in natural, black and colors; good values at $1; special at only .................................................... ............................................... 5 0 Dip Brim Sailors, bleached straw only, wide satin ribbon 'sashe, very chic...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

,. I IUl 1 IS "W DI" CITIZEN8 OF ,PROSPECTIVE ME. TROPOL o, TOF BFTER ROOT PICK TITLE. Special Correspondonce. Hamilton, May.22.-A name has been given to the new toWyn now being built as. WaxS", peQI, 4, d" bcln,,the tite selected, by'he ,first ctizens. Ward would seem tb hte, at: bright future, situated as it is on the Northern Pa cific a"nd '§ roti d sou' of the best land In the entire Bitter Root Valley. Its citizenship will be drawn from those who have purchased land In Ward's cove and from the Kerr company. These people are of the finest sort, progressive, alert and al ready prosperous,, With the resources ok a fertile soil to backl them, and Ward should become a model town. SThere are already from 200 to 300 people in the district from which Ward is to, draw. its population, and there are almost as many houses. The build ings for the new town-the first and most necessary ones-are now planned and are to be put up within a short time. A postoffior is to be established and, befor...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

SPORTS TIGERS LOSE GRCIP ON FIRST PLACE ATHLETICS FAKE LEAD, WHILE BOSTON AND: NEW" YORK ARE TIED FOR THrRD. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. Club-' Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia '......... 17 10 .63' Detroit ..................... 18 11 .621 Boston ...................... 17 11 .607 New York ........... 17 11 .607 Chicago ...... .....13 17 '~ .433 1t. Louis .................. 12 16 .429 Cleveland .................. 11 18 .379 Washington ............ 8 19 .296 National League. .Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg .................. 18 10 .643 Chicago .................... 18 13 .581 Philadelphia ............ 13 12 .520; Cincinnati ................. 15 16 .484. New York ................ 12 13 .480 -Prooklyn .................. 12 14 ,.462 St. Louis .................. 14 17 .453 Boston ........................ 10 17 .370 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Twenty Pound Air. Cleveland, May 22.-Washington broke even in the series with Cleve land, winning today, 4 to 1. Twepty two men st;uck out in the game....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

ssorilua's Best Grocery We have all. kinds of feed always, on hand. BSpiriat for this week: 1 .bir good wvheat. 1 car good oats, 1 fir citdaile. : .eed . 1 jair ( t'ah °admi .lorts. i1 bar wh'le, and -hraelted 'corn. 2 ears tfiibothy hay. Considering the market our prices are loj, i t b .~a odea . Special qrangcs, per dozep ..... ....10€ ASK FPOk aILLY','.PHdNE e.. THE BU. CdORNED. Post Cards. Our stock of Spuvenir Postal Ogirds repirasents the latest and choicest productions Besides aill te novelties that are desirable we are showing many other lines that' jirove popular wherever :displayed., iJndoultedly yoidr distant 'friends 1 ill be more' niterested' in local vieWs.than anything else. We have a lklenic1] variety of them; Come in and look these goods over. WTe are always pleaqed to show them. Iissoula Drug Co. MtoHOiWAL~ a A&DRmT:AIL. Hilplns .vSnus and Front 8treet. -s.ave money on yonr and Paint by getting our prices. 312 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store .i 1',pretty w...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

IEDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY NISSOULIAN 1 T 1 MISSOULA, MONTANA, S"NDIAY 31OININ(G, MAY 2, 199. ... ....... ..--- --- -- - .. ........- :: $1 I. f/Je ne '.Y14YAM cA zrIL -'r PLB(fcFO3PTHL~ a6' 01' ýe csre-ic;p(ýi zze · Cep 1*aýglrP2IZ s: Cacr ýýocze a.ýýýý.ýs~crxC'otýýý Ceý.ýS ýý : aý:."ý.' ' ýý " as >". ý,ý hý" ý ... :d? .ý ti ,>:1aQF' 1 . S S .4'r lý ti +'C :. "A ý`ý :...` 't., t,. ·I.: i. :.. ·..· ·. / ,- - - --- ------:·;a iuS T1 TII pioe iCl.r li o coilmmllity of SlBeverly, Mass., is to succee d O)yster h.la.y, ,ong Islalnd, a:s th, "ullliln1er c(lapital" of thie nation. (I'olutil'll, in I stately, (loI orli) us sort of way, is Piresident Taft's lately chosenoll New IEnglaglll a vacatioln re treat. T'ohere is nothil particulatly rusltie and rugma ill.un tils p1rdion of the famed "Nurthi Shore" uniless it be the rockbounid coast line. I ta thier does it present natuire with her 'hair combellld. To' he suret , L)an Nat ure hais done mullh for this favored spot, but the land...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

r N.OTEWORTHY THEATRICAL ATTRACTION![1 ::IS OFFERED TO MISSOULA PLAYGOERS Zn a theatrical peason unusually rich Iu 4Q()9nig al offerings, "A Nidsumu rlJer Nightss Dream," as presented by the G... qreet Players, with the Rus slat4 StT ny orehatra, promises to be 4 event of importance. It is safe to t:y that such a performance of a: h aespearean play, has never before .e ".brotught to Missoula. and it is un btedly just as safe to prophesy t tlh~i audience at the Hnrnois next Sarday evening will he one of the arst in the history of the new the ate4 ginning Monday night, Donahue's Plrra one of the best repertoire conarles in the northwest, will take possssioha of the Harnols stage for flie ihts. The company, indlvidu allni n alleotively. is well known in Miaduila. bonahue's Players drew caluicty houses during their engage meait loon after the Harnois was opne.riatd, as new plays and special tiefp° to l be featured, should repeat P ,n Greet Players. Arrangemnents have been completed for,...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

$4 s s2' T oc i~jj; :;"1·.......==...=i -.ith J3rdid Pa 9 1ne WrThte 1-ohair ~LLft - xv~irih Crochet; Button.' . furiously in Paris between the advocates of the Moy.n age and the Louis modes. Pa 'quin is all enthusiasm for the the clinging, dignified medi eval styles. Callet is. turning out gay Watteau effects. Whether wee shall he wearihg tunics and coiffures roped iTpA)S of Chiff0n :with pearls nex.t winter, or panniers, i<....N' powdered tresses and patches is as o Lc . .. yet a mooted question. Even Daiqe as alluring cre'alons from both cone these oionels joined over tlhe hips by panel in the shape of a shallow htp testants for her favor oake their ap- a netting of knotted cords. With this yd1e ending at the front in a long pearance. ,ostum is shown one of the big oblong which falls to the knees. Yoke Autumn will settle the question, but, black 4bats which are a fad of the and panel, of course, are heavily meantime, the devotee of fashion is summer with colored costumes, weig...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

.eay Jn tbe Year. . CO. >tare <at'the lpoetfotlce at Missouta; Mona aq setcolnd-class mail matter. lJUBCRIPTION RATES (In Advino.) Dal3S, lth e month ......... ................. 2.26 a i ri ntihs.. ....... ............:........ 4.00 natl ,e Fearr............................. .oo Wpeeky onte year;:........ .................... 1.0 Post.il.Added .l r foreign countries. 1LEPHONE NUMBER Biisusle Offlce 110 Editorial Rooms ;.. B.CRI ERB' PAPERi The 3.lsgouUeiai is anxious to give the besi:-ar.ier service; therefore sub- I s ltsber. are- rdquested to report faulty deliver at. Once. In ordering paper chan.e; to ,new address please give old idresq also. Money orders and chics should be malde payable to The. llsoplian Publishing Company. 8UNDAY, MAY 23, 1909. I.SING EVENTS ESrdlas .oatinues, as elusive as the vote -ot the tariff bill; some days it see!nighigit here and the :next day there is ,another guess coining. But the 9at week brought a more certain advan., in. the matter of sprin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

the evening a tempting supper was table was artistically dcerated with served. pink carnations and fernh and was Slaid with covers for 10. A dellicous Mrs. Pease ls Hostess. menu was served in several courses. Mrs. George Pease entertained a, Those present were Mesdames WiVllkin ý~iio~ u i, I~r.rnatm al affairs number of her friends at an enjoyable .son, W..O. Winston, Hiram Knowles, were the result of the beautiful weath er of the.. early part of the week and although the- inclement conditions whiph prevailed later were the cause of the postponement of several func tions, the week proved gayer than any for some time past. A number of par ties are planned for the coming week, and the presence of several visitors in the -city, is the excuse for others td be given in the neatr,future. The month of June promises the usual number of weddings that always are solemnized hI this most popular month, and while a few are annouinced, sev eral will be decided surprises to the friends of the hap...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

M~soulian ,, 77 M soulian Class Ads Brin; $:w L ...ts g I Thato toApeApp t Anyo4Re Desbig a Dar. gaiaujoIuhaue * #1,80 cash, balo GO Q a~ "' SAW 5-room inodero a '~ " te y Vý4re 6~ 0x180 'Jot; ce vIa;' fil~ a cation; c one irk` tj g yi *ýreb west. I$- you are Q., n ' or { tome, to loo)k at iteýa ne~ to , FI ~MNCE ,$2moo $500 er;a, balan.e on long tI1w, will take a new, modern 4-r6d h6d$e"on Aa4ne strfet; new, Well bul jt, p'.i cellgr; splendid locality and n iglgboiK. jp9.4; 45xtIQ. lot; cement Walks.- A ni ce home; µ good invettilent. . r: C 3 FIRS INMI~RANCE 4750 4700 Will take a 7-rpoom, brick house, otl a fine lot 704176, on East :.Jret street, 8 blocks from the First NatlIasgl Bank. The Tround alone Is worth more than I am asking for this place; fine large trees; cembpt walks; one of the mgqst desirable locations in Missoula.: This iq a fine and profitable invest4mept. FIRE INSURANCE p)ooo 01500 cash for two choice lots, with two housee-one 4-room and done 3 room; both houses p...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

Depenridable Medium of Sale or Exchange A W One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. •ni~~ I~~ GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Z. Y. X.-One A. C.-One Z.-One 3. X. L.--One M. C. K.--One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FURNi.KhEI) COT tage. Particulars at 825 WulI ave. FOR SALE-NICE LITTLE HOME; 50 foot lot; 5 blocks from bridge on South Sixth street; $1,200 It sold at once. Phone 444 Black. FOR SALE-THREE LOT', IN South Mi:asoula addition; fenced and planted to garden and trees; water on lots. See owner, at 701 South Fifth west. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. ', THREE LOTS, 3-ROOM HOUSE, city water, well improved ,with fruit and garden; the cheapest place in 1 .iissoula. $800. 1035 Cherry. -;'TRUCK AND POULTRY FARMS All sizes; easy payments; good mar kets; fihe climate. Send 10c for four months' subscription to the Virginia Farmer, Dept. 65, Emporia, Va. TUST. OiNE MIORE LO' 50x130 ON South .Fifth street, west, $3...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 May 1909

FIFIlla.PPUT IWU I kU i I MITROPOIS SRQAND TRUNK SYSTEM PLAN NING NEW TERMINAL CITY ON THE PACIFIC. Vaoncopver. B. C.. May 22.-Tn ac cordanle with an arrangement be tween the government of British Co lumba and the Grand Trunk Pacifi' railway the first joint sale of town site lots of the city of Prince I'll pert, the future western tirniniaol o, the Grand Trullk . I'Paiific. tiranscon tinental line, will begin here neixt Tuesday and will be continued from day to clay until next Saturday, May 29. Each party will offer 1,000 to 1,200 lots selected from ia ll ints if the townsite, so that lpr'atically ev ery block in the future city will be represented alt the sale, Hundreds of prospective purchas.ers of Prince Rupert tovnlots have arrived here already and others tre comning from all palrts of the Dominion. A brisk demand for lots is expected and it is believed that 'nearly all of the town sites offered will be taken. ;Prince Rtlxpert, which is detlined to be oale of the most Imlportann...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

TE WEATHER m TAILY ISTO LAN TVQ .rrow-FXIr. H EImUAYaoullan'. CE FIV eg j VOL. XXXVI. NO. 19. MISSOULA, MONTANA , MONDA IAWRONING, 111:11 24, 1,909 -------PI TC FIVEGT A SNSATION EXPECTED 'TODAY FURTHER DEVELOPMENTS IN CALHOUN BRIBERY- GRAFT TRIAL ANTICIPATED. HELMS MAY. BE 'RECALL'ED Judge Will Be Called Upon to Decide Whether Heney May Disregard Order of Court of Equal Jurisdiction and Open Alleged Stolen Papers Taken From Burns. San Francisco, May 2".-leovelatlon of alleged conspiracies in the San Francisco bribery-graft cases, plots and counterplots, double dealing and "diamond-cut-diamond" methods of opposing detectives in the obtaining of evidence, that read like a page from "Old Sleuth" or "Nick Carter"; accusations of perjury by attorneys for the defense, charges that efforts were made to bribe witnesses, refer ence to the dynamiting of the home of the prosecution's star witness, and dramatic situations when half a dozen ' belligerent lawyers were on their feet 'at the same ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

V iable baD ask at 49s ard ql Rmitation ieatherbfoom Jkirts A 70th," ftill fibr' S0cpta Table itnen, highly finished and -mde with rich, elaborate designs; a Damask sure to wash well Here is an extraordinary petticoat bargain; a beautiful line and w r apedidly. containing all the colors for your choosing. ' you seen the monster birthday cake? It contains 13 gold pieces and 13 prize checks. I Cs worth see lng. In building this coke it was necessary to use 70 pounds of hour, 100 pounds of sugar, 30 dozen eggs, 25 pounds of butter, five gallons of milk, one and onie-half pints of extract. 'The circiuiference of the cake is 12 feet, it is 4 feet in diameter, 1.1 1-2 inches in thickness, and actually weighs 268 pounds. We want every lne to have a taste of our inammoth cake. Be here Saturday, sure. nen Crash 7 /-2c 0orth I>c 184ocb, pure linen Crash; a very loft crash, free from filling; whatever you may need for this season should be bought here at this special price, Al ,Du Haord qin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

hit the Heart of the City Only two blocks from Shapard hotel, a good five room modern house in fine condition, facing oi4 two streets; lot 30x170; good barn, fine trees and lawn. This property will rent read ily for $360 per annum and with a little change it would bring in $480. This is a splendid proposition. Price, . $2,750. A Splendid Modern 5-Room Home on South 5th Street New, thoroughly modern; good cellar; elegantly fin ished; new range goes with house; a splendid, location, 50x130 foot lot, cement walks. I am 'offering this property at $600 less than it is worth. Price for a few days, $2,925, on terms of half cash. Look this up for a bar gain. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115. Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. ITRAIS ARE ON TIME WITH NEW SCHEDULE Yesterday the new schedule on the Northern Pacific began and when No. 4 pulled in yesterday morning it was running on time on the new card. No. 3 repeated the perforniance and there seems to be no doubt as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

s11s t lavr ±y ta is th ear. 74AZ'S ?UDLISHIWI~l+i Co. 08 ak11 Weer Main Street, MllA soula, Montana. :*ntered at the postfotice at Missoula, Uontana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) 'illy, one month................ ..0.75 airy, three months......................... 2.26 six months.............................. 4.00 .one year................... 8.00 on -er. _..... 1.80 Pote.°e dded for- foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business 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 athatiged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missolilan Publishing Company. MONDAY, MAY 24, 1909. THE OPENING. Everything is settled now regarding the opening of the Flathead reserve tion; President Taft's proclamation, signed Saturday, gives us the details. There is a sl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

MISSOULA. MERCANTILE COMPANY Let the Buffalo and the familiar initials, M. M. Co. be your guide to Missoula's oldest, largest, and best store-the store of quality . ý chandise, honest prices, fair dealing andsatisfaction, always. Missoula's Best Muslin Underwear Sale Starts Today On every count Ave have plane1d this Sale to 1i the Best-best iii stilm best in r w:i t(/, best in qutli t, best i 1 1A lW'EN. We urge it bemuse we know io4st womiue have underclothes in buy at this seasouse the daintiness and refinemtent of the styles will charm ever feitiniiie heart, because quality and making will delight the thrifty and careful, becaue of the very unusual and attractive spcial ' es that will preI ail, aking 11 y 71 ill6 Bargains in Women's and Misses' Suits That Will Npot Tarry Long More good news for women and misses who would, get the tutmost of style, service and satisfaction in a suit for $25. Last week's selling played havoc in our lines at from $30 to $33.50, leaving us with a bro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

QSITF FECTS IN Wash Suits and Dresses Our asson(i cnnts of wash w utits and (itesses have never been littIter, and you will find this season's offerings lie lest in style and ( diality. IJDainty jmuuper dresses of rep and linens in all the l1en Jig i;; 'olor, (iharmllling one-piece .1 ingerie i anti lanwa dresses, effectively tirinned with lace and with tucked flounce. You will find thete all attractively priced at Sf$7.50, $8.50, $10 and $12 Special Ribbon Offering Ifeavy, pure milk taffeta ribhbol in all ( l o I, 4aiitl : inches wide, 490 and 45e gal 8 t.. .s; per yard ..................... ..............2. 8c An Important Mid-Season Clearance Sale OF MILLINERY 3Joday we place on sale every triturned hat it ,greatly ri ediiedtpiees. The entire stock must Le losed out, - onsequently tlese liw p1rices w ilp 1fevi.i~./ There a good variety to choose froi, i'teluding largo and sma'N shapes; no two aliie, and all beantitutiully trinnsed\ in turaiKs, mnushroom iand lbell shapes. 'FOUR S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MIaOuLIA1'S SPECIAL SERVICE. Washthgton, May -'2-1.-Encouraged by the success met in the introduction of man', fdreign crops in this. eotratry, Uncle ;aip I now planning a world dearch for quick growing trees and for hardy, nutritious forage plants.. I'The reforestation of cut-over afld burned-evef lands and the revegeta tidn of overgrazed and. trampledzout ranges axe important factors -in tbe longevity of two great imiustsies lumbering and stock raising. it it can help itself, the government is not go ing to let a ,sinlne oppiortunity pass whereby the timber supply may be re lilnished or the interests lof stock bien ' be protected. Lumber, meat, wool and hides are necessari~ products. iii the supply of which e teryone )fas a direct 'and vital interest. Farsiglfted plia s for both fordst snd rage 'Improvementet have conse quentiy been formulated and an im portant` rogressilve step Is marked in the co-operative agreement just made between the forest service and th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 May 1909

GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT OP CONSTRUCTION AT LAKE Como GOES TO COAST. Special Correspondence. tatlnilton, May 23.-Grant N. Brit toil, who has been general superin t ldent of the constrtotion work at Luke Como fo'* nes'ly a year, has resigned his positiont and will go to Seattle and other coast paint&a. Mr. Britton will be amu ceeded by E. M. flbBrum, an eastern man who only reiently arrived In the litter Root. $. 1, Owesp gtperintendent of the dleariiig foioGe tow at Work clearing the reservoir site above Lake Como, wis in the city yesteday qn, business. iir. Owens st~ted that ils end of t*ts work W*4 lpr'pit rapidly and i8 thought aveg3tlg Wotuld be in allape b4 the time t9 water would have to ie ai:M the lake. Dr. It it intds trip to sis soula t stedh. Miss Nu Vivian, who is attending the state ts*Invrtity at Missoula, e up jriddy ~vening andl ppnt terday at ti e 1. J. Shannoftn home a guest of the Misses O(ate and Monica S inl. , Miss Vivian. re turned to i^fot la this moaning. ...

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