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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 5 June 1909

Daily Puzzle ,A DOG FIT. A very small dog from Paree Once chuckled and laughed slth great glee, "Although 1' m a pup, One thought cheers me up Pa's pants can't be made to lit me." Find the pup. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Ri'ght side down, in head. dº One of today's little ads may hold the germ of ýIb a A _good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: 13.-2.-One. S. M.-One. A. R.-One. 1054--Two. C. G.-One. X. 4 X.-Two. 1H. 13.-One. . 0. P. X.-Three. R. 0.-One.'. X. N.-Seven. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROC M FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-TWO FIVE-ROOM houses, two lots; nice lawn, fruit and shade trees; ten blocks from postoffice; terms. Phone 070 black. FOR SALE-EIGHT LOTS IN Dali's addition, block 45; with small house and other outbuildings. Prlc, $900. See A. F. Snoef, corner of Eleventh and Grant. DANCING LESSONS SURE! WE CAN TEACH YOU TO c ance. Classes Wednesday and Sat urday, 7:30 p. o., at ...

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. — 5 June 1909

BUSY CORN.9(A raer Ad eed 20 cents per lun 4 i iglt on Friday last. b.ut e are still selling ~Ceretana "TI1 World's iest Flour" at t4e low price of $1.90 per sack. ?hone 98 ':THE BUSY CORNER. BUJNTE'S FAMOUS. SEVILLTA CHIOCOLATES, FIFTY CENTS PER POUND Misoaia Drug Co. 1,*OLESALE AND RETAIL ig i s Ave. and Front St. PHONE lB Get Your Jap-a-1ac At SIMONS "812 Higgins Ave. We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ture salesrooms in the p hwest and, our stock il in keeping with the sore. We will be glad to have you call and see how we are situated. You will be pleased, we are sure. J..LLucy& Sons CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET. Complete louse and Qffce Furn ishing,. COLONIAL PARLORS Formerly Howard-Spa, DEJIC1OU; ICE CREAM, SUN DAES, SQDA0, PHQSPHATES. Ho neihiade Candies, Tea, Choco 1ate, .d Boutilon, Ice Cream and Punch, Teas, Etc. PARTY ORDERS A SPECIALTY. la. :. sices Right. 1gy SCQMAQHT, Prop. tlshtng Tackle Spi t ilmbooq Rods, 75q# up. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

ThE WEAfTER T TL1 !alloy-'Generally f1r. T j *;onorrow-IFair. VOL. XXI. NO. 31.A VOE,. KXBVI. 180. 31. ;; MISSoa A, MONTANA, SUXDSY MORNINGS(, JUNE G , 1909.PrOF~ A BUSY WEEK FOR STATE SCROOL TWELFTHi ANN4UAL COME=N.CE MENT EXERCISES OF UNIVER SITY OF MONTANA BEGIN. B ALARfEATI[ TOIAY This Aftbrnoon E. F. Lyman of Great Falls Will Preach to Graduates and Interesting Program Will Terminate in Publio Reception to Be Given by Dr. and Mrs: Duniway. The annual commencement week of the University of Montana will beghi this afternoon with. the baccalaureate services in University hall at 3:30 o'clock. The sermon will be delivered' by Rev. 1E. F. Lyman of Great Falls. His subject will be "The Trusteeship of the Trained Mind." Monday evening the annual recital of the school of music will be held. Class day exercises will take place on Tuesday afternoon. Wednesday is field day, and the time when the alumni return to visit their alma ma ter. The annual banquet of the alumni association will be...

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

': and Wood ·Claim For Sale 160 acres of timber (patent ed), 1,000,000 feet saw tim ber, 5,000 cords of wood; 2.50 cords cut and in rick. Only 7 1-2 miles from Missoula. Good road right to land. Easy haul to town. The cut wood ready for market is worth $750. There is 5,000 cords of wood stumpage worth $2,500. The 1,000,000 feet of saw timber is cherap at $2,500. This brings the 'actual value of thisl property to $5,750, and I am offering it. for a short time, at $2,800, on terms of one half cash; $2,000 less than it is actually worth. -o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MEMORIAL SERVICES TO BE HELD TODAY At 1:30 o'clock tils afternoon all Inembers of the Woodmen of the World are urgently requested to meet at the annex of the Odc Fellows' hall to attend in a body the memorial services to be held at the Missoula and Catholic cemeteries. All who can co so are urged to bring flowers. The graves of the dead members will be dec...

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

PRICES THAT TALK Tomoirrow we w ill give -oe some prices thit will talk for themselves. In our Ladie s' RuleadytO-;V'l department wie are quoting priebs on s.tull of the hudsoinest sul is ever sho'll in this -city, and every lady who wishes to buy a suit will not leave the store without purchasing. LADIES' SILK BLACK AND WHITE Ladls' uil °. "° "'.Heatherbl00m s hits Messalne Jackets Silk MessallneWaists eatcos Made up In the very latest styles of French made in the latest stales of MNletstllne sills, Very elegant designs, tthunmed with la,' Petticoats batiste, covert cloth, fancy MDerose, in all lind with Skinnr satin and trimmed with and buttons $0.0 to $9.00 Plhin black and light striped, .ell made l the latest shlados, such as old rose, wisteria, and extra full siz,, $2,.,, teday.1a .5 nay Niue, nets green and tau pe. a ' Net W aisds 1Ms l $.0.00, Mon,,a, ............... ýýYI3.. Net ' a s {s ........ $,.. .,, ... .. .,o,.oo, 4lon,,a, ..................... X `1.95 ti l M e ssa lin...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

MADE IN HAMILTON Hamilton, June 5.-The plumbing department of the Valley Mercantile company's store was moved yesterday from the O'Hara' building to the building recently occupied by Peter son Brothers with their paint shop. Peterson Brothers have moved into Why Don't You Do It? You want good lots. We have them. Let's trade The Prices and the Terms are Reasonable LOTS $400 to $600 FRANK P. KEITH, Agent 103 Higgins Avenue, Missoula. BIG BLACKFOOT MILLING CO. BONNER, MONTANA The Largest Manufacturers of Rough and Dressed Pine Lumber IN THE WEST Mills at Bonner, St. Regis and Hamilton, with an An nual Production of One Hundred and Sixty Million Feet. Complete factories for the manufacture of Box Shooks, Sash, Doors, Molding and all kinds of Interior Finish. Estimates Furnished From Plans Largest stock of seasoned timber always on hand for the prompt filling of orders for the com mercial trade. Write for price list. Retail yards in Butte, Helena and Missoula, dealing in Lumber, Mill Wor...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

Don't Miss the News of Our Carpet and Furniture Removal Sale Out-of-Town Customers Are Invited to Attend Our Carpet a on Page 16 of This Morning's Paper Furniture Removal Sale at Our Expense Positively the greatest opportunities for buying carpets and furniture ever presentd in western Montana. Read the Removal Sale ad on page 16 for cetails of this offer. Besides selling the best furniture at extr Savings of from 25 per cent to 60 per cent on desirable home furnishings. low prices, we pay your rairoad fare to Missoula and return. The New Outfit for Yourself and Your Home Awaits Your Selection He GET READY FOR WARMIER T) AYS! This great store is at lyour service. It is Missoula's primncipal distrihulting center for sunmmr I,'. llsO)NS and suitnuer F' INI NIIlN( . This is the season of transition-time f parnel of lighter weight and brighter hue; timne for getti ng out(doors and lettinig the outdoors indoors!. You'll need prltch a1( lawn funitur1 , l(. rch shades, sumimer flon r 'nvei...

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

Special Prices on NEW WASH GOODS We offer, commencing today' , man.y splendid lines of this season's newest wash fabri s at decidedly less than regular prices. Th+ileh A'sSobImett of ver y Latest Patterns to Select From 138/2 cents Yard 10 cents Yard BBeautifall figured lawns and batistes in a An aexc(llent assortment of figured lawns wide range of strip-. floral and dotted de- in light and (ldark colorihg, some with lbor signs;.4. .inches wide and regular 20c der effects; regular 15c Wash fabric; spe wash fabric; sale price, yard ..........131-2¢ cia.l sale price, yard ..............................10O itte Cotton and Gingham Fabrics 19 cents Yard 12//2 cents Yard Merceri Md aehdras cloths, birred lNain iobks and plaid Swiss-all proper mate Scotch dress ginghams in a goodly assort 'ridls for waists" and dresses; 27 inches ment of striped, checked and plaid desiIgns; ivirAe, regular 25c and 30c values; ipecitdl absolutely fast colors; 27 inches, wiide i'ale price, yhrd ...... . .......

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

TEN THOUSAND PAIRS SHOES For Men, Women, Boys and Girls Are on Sale in the Big White Shoe Store It's a gigantic stock-reducing sale of shoes, and it presents an extraordinary opportunity to the people of this community to buy good footwear at very much less than regular. The shoes concerned in this sale are good shoes, too, for only the most reliable makes are carried in the "Big White Shoe Store." Today's bargains are exceptionally good. Men's Shoes $27 SHOES AND OXFORDS $275 Women's Shoes J1. and Oxfords *'%5 For Women---Values to $4 . and Oxfords - 1t1.JV ,VALIES 1TO $4.00 One hunudred and fifty painls of Queen Qn'l ity shoes inll patent. cllt o vi 'ci kid, plain More Than 500 Pairs, Regular Value $2.25 olre than 130 pairs of men's shoes of the late or Ilt'neher lace, Iunined or welt edge soles; cost. yeu $3.30 and $4 anywhere else Hundreds upon hllndreds of lest weur-resisting leathers and desirale in the 'nited Sates; offered in this sale at ....... .............. $2.75 pairs o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

Q uI'4 Best AA4 aced4 26. cents per hu'n dr dweight on Friday last, but we are still selling. i ceretana "The World's Finest Flour" at the low price of *1.90 ser sack. THE BUSY CORNER. BUNTE'S FAMOUS SEVILLIA G1RoILA PTES, FIFTY CENTS PER POUND Missoula Drug. C.. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Higgins Ave. and Front St: SPHOON & 14 Get Your Jap- a-Iac SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. MOD- We are in our new store and. pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ture salesrooms in the northwest anpd our- stock is in keeping with the store. We will be glad to have you call and see how we are situated. You will be pleased, we are sure. J, M. Lucy &,Sous COQIER.H.IGGN$ .AVENUE AND PINE STREET. Complete House and Office Furn ishings. COLONIAL PAAROIRS Formerly Hoqw rd-Spa. DELICIOUS ICE CREAM, SUN' DAES, SODAS, PHQOSPHATE8. Home-made Candles, Tea, Choco lat4e and Bouillon, Ice Cream and Puinch,, Ices, Etc., PARTY VORDERS A 8PECIALTY. Priops Right. HENRY SCHACHT, Prop. Fjshtl Taskle Spljt Bamboo Ro...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

STANDARD DRAMA A NEW FEATURE AT THE FAMILY :,.: ý.s THE 'VAN DYKE COMPANY, THE ORGANIZATION THAT IS TO OPEN THE FAMILY THEATER MONDAY NIGHT IN "ACROSS THE DESERT." The Family theater will be rixe-onesd Monday night by en excellent sto.k organization that will supply first class comedy, driint and viiinit li, for".the summer months. Two houl: of entertainment will be given nigi.l ly" fir the smallest possible prilt of adrtrassion. While the comnpainy i:; a IN LITTLE, OLD NEW YORK New York, June 5 i.--Imoi (' tlll'l, h the loss of the vhole country is eve.r year from deaths due to is ai, which are readily lprevelntahble, iite i estimated from statistics \' lhich Iaik just been collected herei by thal burIthIi l of" municipal research. This it;: urea show that the cost of Now York CLty alone froin this cu- is i ,iie,i than $100,000 0,000, il. o" ur , 1. Ili.s: t:, is not actually paid out fort tIh privi lege:-of having typhold fever, tcuberIu losis and other diseases, nlri \\onut lthi ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

IE DAILY MISS0ULIAN S i Pul. d Every Daly in the Year. SI t.IAN PUBTIHIJ 1NG CO. 119 ao Il West Main Street, Mias soula, Montana. Entered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montas as aecond-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES ,'. (In Advano.) Daily, Ipt month ......... ...... $0.75 Daily, three months ................... 2.21 Daily, six months.................... ....... 4.00 Daily, one year........ .......-. 8.00 Weeklt' one year.... ....... ..... 1.50 Postatg added for foreign countriesa. '"ILEPHONE NUMBER Busin Office 110 Editorial Rooms '*JtBSCRISERS' PAPERS ThA jilssoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribery are requested to report faulty deliirf at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and ebeoks.,should be ,nmade payable to The l,.issoulian Publishing Company. BUNDAY. JUNE 0, 1--09. 'xt SSING EVENTS June came suddenly. Its weather, cameg as abtuptly as tearing off the .calendar leaf. The chilsly...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

'A11 .: J-t.--; The bright beautiful weather of the past week has brought forth numer ous delightful social affairs and in spite of. high water and the incon 'iences attendant North and South Missoula are as friendly and inti lmate as ever. For today a number of pleasant picnic and outing parties are planned and as it Is the firsc Sunday summer propitious for such afftairs,,a number of others are apt to indulge, while the majority pf those left in town will walk or drive, any thing to get out of doors, and Greenough park, which is looking its prettiest, will doubtless receive a great deal of attention, In the social affairs of the week probably the Junior -prom was the largest and of most interest to the greater number of people, but receptions, dances, din ners, weddings, and card parties have all- been enjoyed, 'n_ ".- pleasant anticipation of more to- cone has not been lacking. Pretty Home Weddirig. One of the prettiest home weddings of the year was that of Miss Eliza beth Schill...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

seitatlive Business Houses of Mssoula, Mot taia ranfacturers o y  yof s Dxn' Fo ot s for THe joy of (ving is increaed by Di di Eherybody. WM. HOOPER o IGAR. e. / rarr t arsou1 rro ,PHONE 528LK Sr 1a""" M)/k"trO O: Fi"ne Gard Gt t tfrese 'I .. lnWholesale and Retai nn OnlytA dLM th, b d el AMNARBLES ho neJ. o 2 n ILene S; Moond. no ',.e s Ty'r ee 2 . .. Carriages n an ngines" Interna W e ttudra lern on8t nl u .C ... . o toc aw/ l OUR gLEoEo .a... .oloOS / Garden City Bakery. tloneOULA5Flrs PndeCa. rNermattegth price ao IuoMdssoulaaarbe&GraniterWorks CE Lr welnds hOP anufacurer nl Dealer in noOnly tei to n puro et materilcdnthItALIAN AN AMERICAN MARBLESr anlcthe of o ur et ad u SCOTCH, SWEDISH AND AMERICAN at2u .tl of bread nr ypastryunder GRANITES MONUMENTS, TABLETS k RJ . s trict tt ; D l / .e l. /y sa nir n e - a tary co n d itio n s. r A D H E A D S T O N E n Uho ne 5F applOcation. My facilities for IrOducing and 'a, f i oEnCl.t hne59 P. 0 . Box 245 furnishiing the finest work...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads rematn In this office as follows: H. B.-One. X. X.--One. C. G.--One. " A. R.-Two. R. O.-- One. S. M.--Two. W. X.--One. X. 4X.--Three. X. N.-Seven. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROu M FURNISHED CoT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOUR-ROOM MODERN HOUSE. New. Easy terms. 1516 South Fourth west. 'I, ORl SALE--FI VE-Rt i)(M 11 tIUSER and lot. (lose in. Terms to suit. Owner, 810 West Pine. FOR SALE-TWO FIVE-ROOM houses, two lots; nice lawn, fruit and shade trees; ten blocks front postoffice; terms. Phone 170 black. 1-O'R SALI-E1;IGHT LOTS IN Daly's addition, block 45; with small house and other outbuildings. Prica $900. iSee A. F. Snoef, corner or Elleventh and Grant. IBEAUTIIFUL MISSOULA 110ME. Seven large rooms, mtodern, partly furnished; cement wtlks and collar; 45 fruit and ornamental trees, ber ries, garden; Lwo-story barn, 12x30. Aniy reasonalt!i terms; $3,500. 1516...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 June 1909

SA MERCANTILE COMPANY MIlSSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY I tissele's Oldest, lest and Largest Store The Store of Qudity Merchandise, Honest Values Satisfaction Always Now Comes the Greatest Sale of Carpets and Furniture Missoula Has Ever Known Tremendous Reductions to Lighten Our Task of Moving A Red Letter Event for Everyone, Whether in Need of a Single Piece or a Complete Outfit. Hardly an Article in Our Entire Stock but Has Suffered a Grt at Price Cut We've outgrown our clothes; every department in the store demands more room; we are going to move our Furniture and :Caret dqdpartments into more spacious quarters in the new Chaney block now nearing ,completion. To move a stock as large as is contained in thes, e.~dpartments, even for a distance so short, is a prodigious task aud an undertaking no than would enter lightly upon. The immensity of the stock necessitates a terrific cut in prices in order to insure quick removal the minute the new quarters are ready, so Tomorrow Morning We La...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

THE WEATHER HLMISSOULIAN =AT. FIRSTPLAC V O L . X X X V I. N O . 33. M ISSO U LA , M O N T A N A , M O N D A Y 1(1H1N I \N( , dJ ' [N E 7, 191)09. P R IC E F IV E C E N T S GREAT FA4LLS MINISTER SPEAKS REV., E. FENN LYMAN PREACHES BACCALAUREATE SERMON TO UNIVERSITY CLASS. GRADUATES GET ADVICE Seniors Are Told of Life to Come and Manner of Best Answering Its Questions-Pastor Delivers Eloquent and Polished Address in University Hall-Commencement Week Begins. Before a large crowd of students and parents, Rev. E. Fenn Lyman, pastor of the First Congregational church of Great Falls, started com mencement week yesterday afternoon with the baccalaureate sermon at Uni versity hall. Mr. Lyman's sermon was full of kindly advice and criticism for the students and, taking his text from Isaiah, 50:4, "The Lord Jehovah bath given me the tongue of them that are taught, that I may know holy to sustain with words he that in weary," he showed the duty. which the student, educated at the cost of his p...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

l'F Wood Claim For Sale 160 acres of timber (patent ed), 1,000,000 feet saw tim ber, 5,000 cords of wood; 250 cords cut and in rick. Only 71-2 miles from Missoula. Good road right to land. Easy haul to town. The cut wood ready for market is worth $750. There is 5,000 cords of wood stumpage worth $2,500. The 1,000,000 feet of saw timber is cheap at $2,500. , This brings the actual value of this property to $5,750, and I am offering it, for a short time, at *2,800, on terms of one half cash; $2,000 less than it is actually worth. -0 Jas, M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 116 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. WOOD IS R[C[IVED OF fiLO MAN'S OFATH Word has been received by Mrs. C. C. Lowney of this city of the death of her father, Edward Red mond of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The old lam,.. Who has two great-grand childreni, was 79 years of age but had, despite that fact, been in very sound health until a few hours before his death. The funeral services were conducted in Cedar...

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