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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

STRANGE. A snake in a popular zoo Tried; to swallow goat or two The goat made a splutter, "I thought that the butter FWould melt in his mouth," said the gnu. Find another goat. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, between two figures. The I/,v E©1 I. VL oM A-One of today's little ads :may hold the germ of O flm Mgood fortune for you. C- 0l hegrmo GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows:.. B.-2.--One. S. M.--One. A; R.-One. 1054.-Two. C. G.-One. X. 4 X.-Two. H. B.-One. O. P. X.-Three. R. O.-One. X. N.-Seven. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROCM F. URNISHED COT tage. Particulars at. 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-THREE-ROOM HOUSE; water in yard; lot 30x130. 713 Cooper. PEAUTIFUTJL- M18 UTIA U iOM ; 7 large rooms, modern, partly fur nished; cement walks and cellar; 45 fruit and ornamental trees, berries, garden; two-story barn, 12x30; any reasonable terms; $3,500. Phone 238 black. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO dance. Classes Wednesday an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 June 1909

*m%,, et ,e per tm " t: g on Frida, last, Wort..ld's i'hi; PISW per suck~ THE` BUYCRNER ;1(:sV. .n s eto dIihve your dtrtg uiiaj 4d~tiug the time _tie bridge It tl.. It Tefrence, h9w ieýgor ekaift" ypur oa'der' is, we w',. e 1t *ithout extra carr full 410s 'of drugs a +riug gtore a~esprleas. tiatr Co. WH9OLESALE AND RETAIL $3Uins ~Ave, ;mnd Front St. 'Mave moeney on, your Mn aper by getting our prices. .812 Hliggins Ave. I We are in our new stoke l piretty well -settled. e iave the finest furni e salerooms in the northwet aiid our stock i| in keeping with the s.ore. We will be glad to "ihave you call and isee how p are situated. You- will :. pleased, we are sure. J. M. C Sons CORNER' UE AND Complete House and Office Furn CN IAI ORS Formerly Howard-Spa. DELCIOAUS IC0E CREAM, S&JN SA1 SOE0DA%, PHOSPHATES. rtJe-pmade Candles, Tea, Choco late, and Boufllon, [ce Ciream and PA.Y..rADERS$ A SPECIALTY. H~ENRY SCHAQHT, Prop. r :#shing T lacle - = plit Bamboo odeo 75 up7 We keep everythin...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

ISHE 2I1T~~ L7~T TSAT I 0 , XVL NO. 27. MISSOULA, MONTANA, W'flDNESDAY 3IOfNING, JUNE 2, 199. PRD MOR OPENIG ANNUNCE i asThat Will Govern Registration and Entry n Lands in Reservation Given in Detail. TiHE LCAL LAND OFFICE REEYIES A BULLETIN Deltiled Stattenent of ulles That Must Be Observed by Tliose e'sfirmg to S'ecu Lands it, the FIathead, Coeur d'Alene and Spokane Reservations Con tained in Letter From Fred Denilett. A (dtailed statement qf the rules thd 'egulations which will govern, the application for registration, and eptry upon lands In the Flathead, Coeur d'Alene and Spokane Indian, reservatlo e, to be opened on July: 15 is cgntalned in an dfficial letter from Unted Statps Land Comission ef FrWd flennett to James W. Wit ten, tpferlntendent of the open ing. Th se rules and regulations, were decided tjpon at a conference of the 'jchbrai land office officials and arb approved Secretary of the In trior it, 4. alIinger. The letter in the form of an' official bulletin of the dep...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

*i't.ý acto the w~gthese t1 'o los o $550~ for both, ajd R $~AAiºp URANOE tf » t 4~a+'1vshif. Phone 671 I MO S LOCK If 1 the weah,1 of )Aay waa ýpow-. Oc iita yesterdy", piu-pairfec., 7tci~t~t have' hoexh eausnter, a1-' thuhsm pepe this early' in th gme bmlan edhi~d of thp heat. The lb~ that $oird~ntay bry 10 do ~ofilk '4oreeu 4 In the had~e, ýi *yoisi Waet rln>4fo1,the fitnday in he Theh obooeivatfonsr 'Maximum . ... ......t Minitun :n~s....... ...46 .............. ..:...«...............46 barometer.......... AR' p. ni. owxiromeote ........................r ~ ''~dutor............6.72 .,wind ?Imii th~ abuthw*.rt. For i SGprained 'Ankle. As vusualiy treated, a sprainled ankle, will disabl tle ' ii-`f a'8 peruon 'for! a , jo1tht or' plo1, ,but 'by appy1yat. ACt~homeiai'ab Ltlninarit and obdery-` frgthie,:ii'oti~its 'with each bli~tlo" 1til?,,t 4'r "may' be effected in ma~ny vaaes 'gy les 'than 'one week's. a. ^ 8wb1 ' # ration.' 'Try it for 'a' .sprain or 'bru se, of .when laid' ub...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

FOOD' E#lC O'itR 'TEMRR&RVY CROSSING WAmasW ' 3UMED LAST EVEN NG. es~s&t ~ of a lbng dttoiur tq Gkos fe'1tsol river, li no* nf' arn e eening, ait ahout 6 9'olock, tl e er'7he Ajectioh 6f' City Fnl er M(90 anti Alderman Jensen th s, }t liging hritge across the gap wein the two portion of the temporary. crossing, and allowed pa de rians to Bross to the south side girn, wgge barred fqr a time, owing t Vthe ,tqt ,hait the suspension brid e way '54, jpovlvded with guard as, ar 'it wa deemed a somewlhat risky: proceeding for. the iadies to, attempt tltg cdsslifng. "ater the bridge Was deelared;safe f6td'all. it. will be an in' de lfte' period before wagons will be able to crass at thili point, as the swinging bridge will carry only pedes trians. The new suspension bridge is prac tically the saahe kind of 'itrttiture that was sWu g over tie- south e11 - net last eumrer, bit is, 6i1 chtiide, shorter.- Mr; Mayo stated last night that '8 9oollas it could be ascertained at xwh s e the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

btrfofte at 2fso1680 a .. 4.00 . ear .......... 19.50 4for, fori'egn actrntries. zri"LEP14ONX' UMSER in3~la i)sff . 110U30itorial Roomle p , m: 1 SERB' PAPERS ha , )~soiitai s anxious to give~ t be 'rtt brvlce; therefore sub-' k; . r4epeted to report faulty ivery #n ~ orderlng paper 4 d pa-7yable, to. " ' °l l gn . lP t l b ls h i n s co pn i a n y.10 ON` %JOB. lie Ilrbeen 1 fr the peope' o~ walls to ", +or the soutil } e lie' eiicite4.,x 711My *Words of com~ ax dation for t]!ý idj' .and his' as~ *ttes n f ý in 4tnr'ation° e footlbridget t e pening .in tempporary ;bfi , left "by thdr .f i#11 prove *i C~onvenient~ Sthae iedeliitii * t. tramp s cit arond y n stre¶ `a pwovided. s n ei' ul9oýthat th~ #1yQC ad hia s 'soci tee 4f on the~ lý'ý *W kel Qba misunde~rstood. tr .y'twrdi te who were, 4le wthat lr'n* thle jr:of drit 'abv nh. Vn Brenstreet `' i til'th eb Pp n ngrn the safety b)t ubtot~rut . .~It is 1144 1tJ p, plr~pos a eit * authorities ^to be Op *rv444 °°.l ths.. af~tter, but ' ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

ASNGJTON NEWS THN ,I0Lb 4'ou 1e ;ptIAL SR VIo.L Washington, , . Jne 1.-4-'he civil service commission has an nounced two examinatiorn for govehit khent postionit whih 'will be held' in June at Mlss8isla. The first, on June 16, is to sedtiie :an inspection :,of furnittire for the army, with staftoii at chlcago, 'a. $150 aa 4 $165 a nihtlth; On June 80 the .exaimiination Will be to secure a timber cruiser for the general i4pri4office service in the field, at 7 per diem. The war department has granted Captain Laurence Halstead, of 'the Sixth infantry, "at' 1'ort Missoula, leave of absence for a month and a half beginning Julys1. The 1008 report of Mips Estelle Reel, the superintendeot of,. the Indian schools, ,Jp an, interesting document, showing, the :advance .of the red men of'. Amernia. It: is a document of 47 p rges an ..came-, from the press of tie Chilocdo Indian Training school in Oklahoma It is replete .with illus trations ',sbowihg the change education has made in the Indians....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

I styast$5s - 4 4 :1> * . MAR, I1S RAN8ACMONS stffý iU Is RECORDED ONt. YORE° TOCK EXCHANGE. ew Y "1.-The forbnation of a s a i" to 'y itro duce tflk hiited State steel securities to Th1 P8ari bourse un4or capable auspices ti'e ' in &ss reportL in d att r erio i effort than atn to overcomae s tir many difticulties arid intricacies of te i oqrse regulations and the Fr, ih iyn applying , 5'reign secur in that mxarkeet. One of the striking pa sages In the inte amywof i. H. nail before his rifling for spoke .i contemptuous terms of the s ppedftion. $at ' isis railroad Aiopw mainsesie apply. to the foreigi mar tlots to secure a ready sale fat their s writ9ips, ac he could sell S150,9%Ql O..Utid;ciddib bpnds l fiv rInin t;eps It )Agi'ilpit among 14 ks, asd nt ers generally, however, tiht the development of this country is so farg short of its ultimate oppor t 'ltythat resort to tforeign supplies nc apitat - ktifll rofitauble ind do ng Oktent, e$snary. The prospects of t Uh;Ui b tit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

V.. AUTOMOBILE RACERS [EAYEN[W(YORK FIVE GCARS START IN LONG OCEAN-TO-OCEAN CONTEST FOR SEATTLE FAIR. New York, June 1.-Five motor cars competing for a $2,000 trophy offered by Robert Guggenheim started today from the NeW York city hail on a 4.000-mile endurance run to Seattle. Mayer McClellan sent them away with a gold-mounted starting pistol at 3 o'clock, just before President Taft pressed the button in Washington that officially opened the Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition in Seattle. * The cars and their drivers were: Two 15-horse power Ford run abouts, Frank Kuly 'and B. W. Scott; 50-horse power Acme: George Salz man;. 40-horse power Shawmnus,, G. A, Pettingili; 45-horse power Italia, Gus Lechleitier. 41 There Were originally 13 entrants. When first proposed the race was dis ccilntenaned by', the Manufacturers' Cogmtest association, which does not approve speed 'contests in violation of the law. The American Automobile association took the ground that as an international, contest...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

i3Li~1 -0 ker t.ilb s the beet ace in t heststa dnn ,o rs in ti ake 6ýd- ta is n tehe twhich we sdlc$.k'* prop hle he atend to othermt 4ua Te tr adaphIseek mp hanam as thtOmest place he i vyr,p tee; tW Ka'vnl hm '4 itat lc fo his (er:anent tat ebby thbezrikM4'4O tiieb F2. i le 9 a dt dv l ft~ieir A` sur i pnib ye ti t ha ecogni at once '4 1ese hittire certain t from tease in yau and that his money, :pfaeed here, wilt' grow while lie attends to other mat hers. Take thosdirsn*ppase of 4 fle qUCW t Mime loca tion athi 4i 'ae `wants an Ideal place for his permanent ,, , Mboe tids 11 aevqy cond telots ye just far enough from tp , on itess - eestert aeity 'u0 1ere qaet and 'bsencei of - ~ ~ ~ w .+*) fiM~ ~h active tor. ouhfare; they are delightfully 'tid ie d ke no hit , soul re nrutidg 'oA, Atn i JveOtein, the cUHau aon Edditon ,1 the'nt and the vrlclsdmt ,o#n e . the hgh aj ofl is on its western hedge, n ýsi;*~ pr. mw.:ýe ct,.: TJý¶ ixee a~n t tui1hese lo area Infedication of what: ' dt...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

DailyPuzzle )'REPARING FOR SUMMER. Dan .Cuid's cleaiilipg house today In fickle Dora'*. heart, For summer guests he's making way, All others must depart. Find a smnmmer boader. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Lower left corner down, behind goat. The One of today's little ads may hold the germ of 0 fl A u good fortune for You. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Anawers to classified ads remait in this office as follows: B.-2.-One. S. M.--One. A. R.-One. 1054.-Two. C. G.-One. X. 4KX.-Two. I1. B.-One. O. P. X.-Three. R. O.-One. X. N.-Seven. FOR BALE-CITY" REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROcM . FURNISHD COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wulf lve. FOR SALE-THREE-ROOM HOUSE; Water in yard; lot 30x130. 713. Cooper. DANCING LESSONS SURE! We-l @A14 'ACHi YOt T4o dance, Classes "Wednesday and Sat S1rday, 7:30 p. m., at Elite hall. $rivate lessons at any time. Call at Paxton block. Mr. and Mrs. Van Curen. PRESSING SHOP. R1Th APPL3 :TAILORING 4 PRESS»' ig shop; better ' work for less; 514' ondy,.phone,458 red, MATERNI*FY HOME. STRIC...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 June 1909

";o YTCORNS`Y a l`i .olw pricdo , ~14ý 4r1 ak.,uatodeivl :your- dr'ub Wecry u 1 line of drugs, VHLESALEAND ETAIL Hign v. wt' "Front 8t. ý?e C10~ alb your ah taper by gettib Qu tr prices. ~312 Wg us Ave. are l iour new s ore e have the fitnest fiiurni 4orth e t °ed, our stoc' We wilb.ga to ve yoiu ,call awlt we how, . e acre situated. You willli pleased, we ,re sure. CO NE 1ISgINS.AVENUE AND Complete Wnu4e ani Office Furn ;; ForI~ elHoward-Spa. CIDA OPA eo , P HOSPIATES. ~ae-Made ` anides. Tea., Choco 1a'e d,.4ulloi. ", ce Cream and PARTY Q; fi,,PCA.Y I N Y FANT,,Prop, keeeverythie in Tackle. Our i~q toBuý II.. yes, it was uwr app4no iihtIe But it ,was.g . #w'Put o Jofe otit tht rt t t te1 sea.Ws rerslraten.It -, it iske bwaiis gbt ,reief ta tf gardfners whoo )t $nn ,;wo rypg. sout .seedr ntjit had. not propted to. tie extent etht n4' tug le:geninatsdan c visie tq the :.ye4 3, Atict therenwas 'a artdm pods moneost th$ Lilaqe ;to 'get 'out; Jito 4&I 1ýirp2 all 9 :oQ(1L9" Most of t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

TE WEATHER THE FIA T TV MISSOtTILtA.N Tomorrow-Fair. DIAEo 1tUfVE goeN VOL. XXVVI. XO. 38. AIQ~ll , MSpu~k ONTANA, TIIUR8DY HORNING,, JUNE, 3, 1909. PRICE 9IE ADE CITY ATTRACTING SENTO NTICE SENATOR DONLAN SAYS MIS SOULA 1S THE WESTERN TOWN MOST TALKED OF IN EAST. MANY PEOPLEARE COMINC Missoula Man 'Returns From Trip East With Glowing Account of the Attention That Is Being Given Montana and Especially the Coming Flathead Opening-Talks With Ryan. State Senator Donlan returned yes. terday morning from a trip to New York, Washington and other eastern "cities. The trip was a matter of per sonal business, and as soon as it was transacted Mr. Donlan returned home. Seen at his home last night by a Mis soulian reporter, Senator Donlan said: "I had a pleas".s trio, though a busy one. I epent'two days in Wash ington and went from there up to New York, where I had business Which kept me for a couple of days. Two days more were spent in St. Paul; the rest of the time that I have been gone has b...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

!eg on South Higpnas re directly aros the mtreet from the Hendmond addition, where lots are ellig for $00 each. a G3rgg these two *or 8t00 . r both, and khey are dirt cheap. -4 . . ihoades A. ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER: I HIggwin Avenue. Phon* O7n iM~ssq~p sLOCk. MISSIfiEHS FAVRY PIBdtIfY SCHiEM Testerday the county commissioners ie a letter from George B. , imml piigrt agent forn:. the. co, agiltalee & Puget 84tuti, ir stdvgrtlsing Montana's re * ppecial car filled with. bits of livid and orchard. While comilssionere took no definite ac n,"if t W 1hatbtood that they re= the proposition in a favorable t?, aan that they will attempt to d, a representation for Missoula retail liquor licengp was gralii aerdy by the commissioners so u cEachbon, who wilL open a satoo Mc amara's landing on the MITadlC TAKEN HOME. : LLa4Et Vh* 6se Panbrum, Weed iAmtheti brtde of four days, was takens bank to the reservation by her irate p*rtate Ar ": d Mr#. John Panahr of, .ooko. t other member of th....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

IIREA L AY WORLD LOLQ tIADF .IS EASY ENQINEEft' AY THE CROSSING OF THE EDIVIDE IS EXCEL LENT AT THAT POINT. F. W. Gilbert was in Missoula yes terday fronm his home in Lolo, and gave some interesting details of the work Of the surveyors in the Lolo pas." 'Lolo' 's busy thesp days; the mere handling of the supplies for the surveyois furnishes a good deal of husid'ds, and the preparations for construction work, which are going on all the while, add to the new life which is being infused into the little town at the foot of the pass. "There are, I think, more than 180 men in the pass at present." said Mr. Gilbert to a Missoulian man yesterday afternoon. "There are four Harriman outfits and three of the Northern Pa cific. Pack trainis are moving up the pass every day with supplies for these camps, and they carry a lot of stuf ; it takes a good deal to feed so many 'men in the field. "We have, as you know, a regular telegraph office at Lolo now, and the operator has plenty of business. We ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

btnb very Day, in the Year., nd 11. ~e 'am eet, "too ?at the postoteice at Missoula, 7d > as. 860oo.414 malt m titer. 11 Ca~~ P 'tN R 'T'i ` (lts Ac noe) b three months. ... ......-..... ... 2.25 asx months ... 4200 Sone year. ... .. ... ..» 8.00 p. Dans year ... .......... 1,54 added for foreign countries. TERLUPHOE NUMBER tee Office :10 Editorial Rooms tUJB80RIGER8' PAPERS e Missoulian is anxious to give th beet carrier service; therefore sub a ere are requested to report faulty l ery At once. jn ordering paper ged'to new address please give ol 'addre s also. Money orders and sh aould be made payable to h Missoullan Publishing Company. THERtS f N .8,1909. WEJiCOME 0O J$2Th. ming into the ntorthwest to spy out th nd and to dia er new territory for the operatlon' of, /hicago enter pr7 the doatltoiaat representatIves of the grtit eotral metropolis f as Missoula l evening. Mis so is pltoeitd to extend cordial gr ong to 'ttwe 'ji ti4le. They come fro aeogd to n and they have come to...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

REMARKABLE SCHOOL DOWN IN TENNESSEE President W. G. Frost of Berea col lege, a class in forestry and some of tfe charming co-eds. Berea, Ky., June 2.-The recent de cision rendered by the United States supreme court relative to negro and white students in Kentucky colleges has' brought to the front one of the most remarkable institutions of the south land. 'Working along: modestly from year to year, Berea college has attracted little attention outside of its own state but it has been a great factor and a great storm center ever since long before the \var. The decision forded the separation of the white students and the blacks and called for more funds. Mrs. Sage and others have comb forward with magnificent gifts to the amount of $500;000: This is largely due to the enb'rgy of its president, Dr. Frost. For 40 years.-from the time of 'the emancipation :proclamation until the passage of the separation law in 1904, Berea;..was freely. opened to all. negro studentsi'wbo .cared to enter i...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

s 'it d sh Underwear -ss , Muslin Petticoats SCorae overs, maere ,t. good ua lity Underskirts of ine duality muslin, `' ttrl CO wth n t of, vietet have deep ruffle flounce withs wide lawe '' ýbrdt4~i ii nsrtiin anI il"bb n leo~alipgk ;x ,, , ..3 pat;i '~,ti.f . a "'.....:es-' . '.1 n"'' nertion, tucks and lu ao l g ~te; s e vial ..... . . . . $11.39 Nightgowns Drawers of flie grade, soft finishot cam Wbif, wrlgh puffit Mthi'le Swiss em- Cambric Nightgowns, with Mttare briidery and Clustered hicks; special, yoke of erbroilery edging, nale with ,' .. r h~~air .. ...... .. .......,....' 9 liberal fullness; special .... .... 69¢ 1ia `.S , Knit ,Underwear EXTR*-Vohmer A' Wnhinfe rim porlted fast bJ f)k. the, vgulatr Bo quality Sp ecilsl silk finishedlisle hosiery nhsol-triy1 ~fr .25~T~xiaquality, lov Omk sleeve ......fr4TN "iMS alstan Maco hos- ls et, lace trimrnmnec; regu lery and tan :.- styles, full regularl made,'is.al seeas, SSo quality, on slap 25¢ ,. ladies' jersey ribiedl kolt d...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

__ V $ OR v I IIIII.. COMING FAOM BEHIND MINERS WIN 00T AFTER LEADING, 6 TO 0, UP TO FIFTH, BOISE IS FINALLY DEFEATED. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Intermountain League. Club. Won. Lost. Pet. H elena .....................18. 6 .750 B utte ........................13 11 .542 Salt Lake ................13 11 .542 B oise ........................ 4 20 .167 National League. Club. Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ........... 27 . 12 .692 Chicago ............24 16 .600 New Yorl .......... 18 17 .514 Ptiladelphia ....... 17 17 .500 Brooklyn ............ 16 16 .471 Cincinnati .......... 19 22 .463 St. Louis ............ 17 24 .415 Boston ................12 26 .324 American League. Club. Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit .....................25 13 .658 Philadelphia ............23 15 .603 New York ................20 14 .588 Boston ......................21 17 .553 St. Louis ..................17 20 .450 Cleveland ..................16 22 .421 Chicago ...................15 22 .405 Washington ...........11 25 .306 Butte, J...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 June 1909

kere Itis Take It The best lots in the best town inrl g,4 q st lte in the .best na t'it World4lh is the claim whip we make for prop erty irl < airihdiid" addition. These lots. are ideal in their 1ualities., Xf a, man is seek. ing a site for a home, these. lots itihsb him as n the best place he'has ever seen; they win him at ftflCe by the beauty of their location and the delight of their surroundings. If he is an in vt tor,"hd ' coguites;' at once that 'these lots are certain to fncrease in value and that his inoxiey, .placed he %e,. will grow while he attends to other mat ,t "alta' the 'first phase of the juestion-the home loca Lion; the mnan who wants an Y", IdcEl pice .for l plrmanent jbode finds, here every condi tidu that he edald desire. These ots are just far enough from b _eijer i 4'he city it(d ~et ,t'nd 'hbsence of the bustle tof the actie thor, bughfairj~leAcldlkhtfully situated in a commanding loca tion, with the finest view in the world' Alwa s spread out before hemn ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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