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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

RICES THAT TALK Tomorrow we w( ill hi0e you some prices that w ill talk for theimselves. In our Ladies' Reado-to -' ear department Iwe are quoting p1 ices on somut Of the haidsomiist suI Is ewer showliu in this city, and every lady who wishes to buy' a slit will not leave the store without pu)r11tasine . * ' 0 LADIES' SILK BLACK AND WHITE Ladies' Suits Messaline Jackets Silk Messaline Waists Petticoat Made up in the very latest styles of French made in the latest steles of Massaline sillk, r lgntdsgs rnue ihlc Petticot s,, Veyeeat des1gn,s trie with lace 1 batiste, covert cloth, fancy M lrse, in all nO linl ti' a t I $iglht l t Iu btll maIe the latest shades, such as old rose, wisteria, N t r navy blue, nee' green and taupe, 25t (\1 1ý b C t$1001 _Monda $17..... 75 ...........Silk Messaline $1.00, '01 r :..:......:::: $13.75 W l l (Q $$0.00, M1nday . . 2.75 $ $1295 special price on net waists for Mondry $50.00 Monday $37.50 only; whito, cream and cru; $6.00, Mol $ 0 Ladies' Jackets ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

DAILY M~SSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 189 and 131 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. Entered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in Advance) Daily, one month..................................$0.75 Daily, three months ............................ 2.25 Daily, six months..... .......... 4.00 Daily, one year............ ..... 8.00 Weekly, one year................ 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SU8SCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian in 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 Missoulian Publishing Company. SUNDAY, JUNE 7, 1909. Trh .Mltssoulian is deeply apprecia tit he many kind words that have uuun and written regarding its isplidi us--ei t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

0ISSOULA MERCANTILE tOrePANY l55ULA MERCANTILECONN Missoula's Oldest, Best and Largest Store The Store of Quillty Merchandise, Honest Values Satlsladlen alwl INow Comes the Gets aeo apt n untr Missoula Has Ever Known Tremendous Reductions to Lighten Our Task of Movig 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 Great Price Cut We've outgrown our clothes; every department in the store demands more room; we are going to move our Furniture and Carpet departments into more spacious quarters in the new Chaney block now nearing completion. To move a stock as large as is contbined in these departments, even for a distance so short, is a prodigious task and an undertaking no man would enter lightly upon. The immensity of the stock necessitates a tertifk .t in prices in order to insure quick removal the minute the new quarters are ready, so This Morning We Launch This Rousing Removal Sale The...

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. — 7 June 1909

.4, Special Prices on NEW WASH GOODS We offer, commencing today, many splendid lines of this season's newest wash fabrics at decidedly less than regular prices. Excellent Assortment of Very Latest Patterns to Select From 13½ cents Yard 10 cents Yard Beautiful figured lawns and batistes in a An excellent assortment of figured lawns wide range of stripes floral and dotted de- in light and dark coloring, some with bor signs; 42 inches wide and regular 20c der effects; regular 15c wash fabric; spe wash fabric; sale price, yard.....-....131-2' cial sale price, yard ........................10 White Cotton and Gingham Fabrics 19 cents Yard 121/2 cents Yard Mercerized Madras cloths, barred Nain sooks and plaid Swiss-all proper mate- Scotch dress ginghams in a goodly assort rials for waists and dresses; 27 inches nient of striped, checked and plaid designs; wide, regular 25c and 30c values; special absolutely fast colors; 27 inches wide sale price, yard .........................................

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

TEN ThOUSAND'PAIRS SHOES F'or Me Women,Boys and Girls Are on Sake in the Big White Shoe Store It's a ntic stock-reducing sale of shoes, and it presents an extraordinary opportunity to the people of this mmunity to buy good footwear at very much less than regular. The shoes concerned in this sale argegood 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 $Hee SOES AND OXFORDS 1 Women's Shoes I f and Oxfords & ., For Women---Values to $4 207 and Oxfords - * le V VAL1iES 'I) $4.00 One hundred and lifty pairs of Queen Quality slums in patent Colt (r viii kid, plain More Than 500 Pairs, Regular Value 52.25 More than 150 pairs of men's shoes of the lace or Blucher lace, turned or welt edge sedhs; cost You $3.50 andl $4 anywherle esue ltidirlds upon 111u11dreds of best wear-resisting leathers and desirable in the Inited States; offuihd in this sale at ............ ....................... $.75 pai...

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. — 7 June 1909

WE5`LYS" Special Correspondet ce Ii.itdh, Jhne 0.- alter W. Wit der .of the lipmbeft finnof Wtilder & Good; who have their plant ai Libby, Montf.; hat ho.eh in the Bitter Root fit' sev¢ al days, part of which time he hasa stit at the lumbet camps of the Anano hta Coplper 1filstng company oh Lick prok, where he has been mating ,a stpiy of.'he wgrkfu~gs of ,tle "don .key" engines which the company is Busing it its loggtng operatitotw. Mr. Wilder was faIvorably impressed with -the engine syttemt of logging and ini .tends to use that method at his own plant. Mr. Wilder returned to Iibby this morning. MRS. POWEN BURIED. Special Crreiapondence. V t T, Joine C. -The funeral of Mrs. Chrisaina Bowen was held from the Presbyterian church yesterday after noon, the funeral service, being con ducted by Rev. George A. Blair. Mrs. Bowen came out from Kansas a few Scars ago to live with her datugir , rs. Jennie Williams. Site had b lh.fi poor health. The deceased was bp3r, -It .Gernmany in 1835...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

Don't Miss the News of Our Carpet and Furniture Removal Sale " Out-of-Town Customers Are Invited to Attend Our Carpet and on Page 5 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 5 for details of this offer. Besides selling the best furniture at extremely 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 Here GET i lt,!I t FO )112irf ti lt 1 l )tt Thi)At 's l i t rti at w t iii is at }uij n 'si t ir(,. It i lilt. it tie tpi ) rin((it hi t ut t. ul Vtil II ft tilu tuIt(tt. Stnl ttnullrl' utit)Nt tin( sui lut' NIt1t11 This is the se tts it of trn sptsinti d f ap pare tl' Ifigiitr 1wei~ghtI alt Irighter hlnt; iiut for "'etting o l~lutan ur a letting Ith tuthortus indoor"'. you'll needl !((...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

IAI-ENE &n1 PENITENTIARY TIYN MAMD1ER __.____ WHIPS GIANTS BUTLEJ KEEPS HITS WELL SCATTERED AND BOISE OUT FIELDS MINERS. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Intermountain League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. HeletA . ................... 19, 8 .704 K 55 e "..."...1e.... 15 12 .556 Butte ...................... 14 13 .519 B oise ........................ 6 21 .222 National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsbutrg ................ 29 12 .707 Chicago ........... 28 16 .636 New York .............. 20 17 .541 Cincinnati .............. 23 22 .511 Philadelphia .......... 17 20 .459 Brooklyn .. .........."" 16 23 .410 St. Lotuis ............... 17 25 .405 Boston .................... 12 27 .308 American League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit .................... 27 13 .675 Philadelphia .......... 23 16 .590 New York .............. 21 15 .583 Boston .................... 21 19 .525 St. Louis ................ 17 21 .447 Cleveland .............. 17 22 . .436 Cli1dago ................. 16 22 .421 Wasbh igton ..........

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

Daily Puzzle L / , A I.1XM1, Y TH' IT. 110' 0001(10t 10; ay ital, (Couldn't hold i t at all, Put woutd drip it in some way or other, Till at last the y found out HolY it all c" arne aboutt. IHT was little Miss Mu ifet's big brother. Find it iiss M fl e liit. Answer to Siturdiys Puzzle--Left side dorn, against lady. AJ One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS, Answers to classified ads remain i thi 0 office as follows: it. I,.-One. X. X.-One. C. G.-One. A. It.--Two. It. (.--0(Je. S. M.--Two. W. X.-One. X. 4X.-Three. X. N.--Seven. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE--IlIRTY AR((ES R(IC improved lad. '11burb I)Of .Miasumiat Throe nid ine-half iiles from city, ideal location, yonif water right, 2Ph bearing fruit treet, 69 'Iransce-lent tiab apple treet; gf-ow four-ron cottage, barn aned other buildings; all tinder ficne. EPverything goes with the pluto. -$2,000 v oulid not buy last year's products. $200 an were will (ayturn thils plaicc. C. P. lil...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 June 1909

REILLY' BUSY CORNER. Missoula's Best Grocery FLOUR Adyvnced 20 cents per hum dredweight on Friday last. but we ace still selling Ceretana "The World's Finest Flour" at the low price of $1.90 per sack. Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. BUNTE'S FAMOUS SEVILLIA CHOCOLATES, FIFT 1 CENTS PER POUND Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Higgins Ave. and Front St. PHONE 16 Get Your Jap-a-lac At SIMONS 312 Higgins Ave. 1OVED We are in our new store and pretty well settled. We have the finest furni ture salesroomus in the northwest and 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 & Sons CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET. Complete Hiouse and Office Furn a1hinge. COLONIAL PARLORS Formerly Howard-Spa. DELICIOUS ICE CREAM, SUN DAES, SODAS, PHOSPHATES. Home-made Candies, Tea, Choco late, and Bouillon, Ice Cream and Punch, Ices, Etc. PARTY ORDERS A SPECIALTY. Prices Right, HENRY SCHACHT, Prop. Fis...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

THE WEATHER SFIRST LC _ I[LE DAILY&MIJSSOULJ~IANJ=R Today -Sho~ers warmner.O TomorroL i -INF 1[ h N PICE FIVE VOL. XXXVI. NO. 34. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TU7ESI)AY MlOIRNNU, ~J "NI S, 1909. PRICE FIV ET LIVELY DEBATE ON TARIFF BILL SENATORS ALDRICH AND BEV ERIDGE ENGAGE IN SPIRIT ED CONTEST. AMENDMENTYOTID DOWN Dolliver's Amendment to Strike Out Committee Report, Placing a Duty of One Cent per Square Yard for the Process of Mercerization Is Lost by an Unusually Close Vote. Washington, June 7.-The senate chamber was again today the scen, of a lively contest. Senator Aldrich, leading the conservatives, and Senator Beveridge, heading the progressives, did most of the talking. 1 Both son ators were frequently on their feet and there were many sharp conflicts between them. Beginning the session with a vote on the recommendations of his committee for a duty of 3 cents a square yard and 20 per cent ad valorem on the fabric known as win dow hollands, Senator Aldrich was apparently somewhat e...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

Did You Ever Stop an'. Think That just as long 'as you made no effort to get a home that you would always be a rent payer? HOW DOES THIS SOUND TO YOU? A splendid five-room house, large rooms, electric lights, hot and cold water, beautiful lot, 80x130 feet, fine lawn, fruit and shade trees, well fenced, house in fine condi tion, newly painted and papered: The price? Well, it is only $2,200 on terms of one-half cash and the rest just the same as rent, only $20 Per Month Virtually this splendid home would only cost you $1,100, as you will have to pay rent anyway and won't it be better to pay rent to yourself, and own your own home? Call in and I will show you this beautiful home; it is located in Low'* addition, sollth part of town. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 't' -NI1gins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. liiEAII[ Yesterday. Was a day of coldness, clouds and showers. The observa iong 'ý.. . Maximum ....................................50 Micimttn .....................

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD SPOKANE SURPASSES STI PAUL HILL SAYS THAT INLAND EM. PIRE DOES MORE BUSINESS THAN COAST COUNTRY. Spokane, June 7.-James J. Hill, chairman of the board of directors of the Great Northern Railway company, who was the principal rleaker at the formal opening of the Alaska-Yukon Pacific exposition at Seattle on June 1, confirms the statement that the business done by the Great Northern at Spokane is considerably greater than that at St. Paul. In support of the foregoing he quotes figures which. tell an interesting story of the growth and development of Spokane's busi ness in five years, showing a gain of 109 per cent in passenger receipts and a gain of 144 per cent in freight re ceipts, or a total gain of 174 per cent. For the period mentioned the statis tics of Spokane business are: 1904 ...........................$1,827,502.38 1905 .......................... 2,140,429.43 1906 .......................... 2,612,285.42 1907 .......................... 3,149,471.33 ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

:' DAILY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISS1OULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 189 and 181 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. Entered at. the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month.............................. _$0.75 Daily, three months............................ 2.25 Daily, six months.................................. 4.00 Daily, one year...................................... 8.00 W eekly, one year.............................. 1.60 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan 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 cheeks should be made payable to Tlie Mlssoullan Publishing Company. TUESDAY, JVNE 0, 1909. THE TIME SCHEDULE. Whether or not a railway time card is ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPA SSOUL A MERCANTILE Missoula's Oldest, Best and Largest Store The Store of Quality Mercheadise, Honest Val essA Ib Even Yesterday's Rain and MU'd Could Not Keep the Crowds Away From Our c Great Furnt ue Removal Sale Tremendous Reductions to Lighten Our Task of Ma A Red Letter Event for Everyone, Whether I Need of a Single Piece or a Complete Outfit. Hardly an Article in Our Entire Stock but Has Suffered a Great Price Cut This Rousing Removal Sale Is Now in Full Swing The goods are all of the very highest character--the most artistic furnishings designed for the modern home--the mere fact ,ha we are ,.ompelled e larger quarters testifies to the quality, style and dvaue of our carpets ,and furniture. Now this magnificent stock is offered to the people at prices so low that cost or actual worth is absolutely lost to sight. It is pre-eminently the most important carpet and furniture event in the history of this concern or In weter Montana. It means a saving of t...

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. — 8 June 1909

The A von Tans are "The" Thing Made over special "Natural Shape" low shoe lasts non-slipping heels-famnous comfort bringers. "Can't be beat" for style and service gConlvance yourself get a pair. They're ready for you to step nght into-and no breaking-in. Mort styles $5.00 THE MARTIN COMPANY MARKET MOVEMENTS OF TUE DAY New York, June 7.-The speculative appetite for stocks lost some of its zest today, to judge by the irregular and uncertain movement of prices and a sharp break at the close. There was animated influx of new or ders to buy from the outside, such as are looked for especially on Mon day morning during the progress of a speculative campaign and prices as usual were opened as high as pos sible, with benevolent ihtent towards those having stocks to sell rather than towards the early buyers. Reading was selected as the principal meduinm for the supporting operations of the butt party. The manner in which the blocks of thousands of shares of that stock were thrown about from o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

TEN THOUSAND PAIRS qf 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 and Oxfords *e VALUES To $4.00 More than 150 pairs of men's shoes of the best wear-resisting leathers and desirable styles are included in this great Stock Be ducing sale. Typical examples of the price making power of the "Big White Shoe Store": Seventy-nine pairs men's vici kid shoes, Blucher. lace, Fashion toe, half military heel; a dressy business shoe; values to $4; sale price ...................... $2.75 Sixty-four pairs men's gun metal calfskin shoes, medium toe and medium heel; a de sirable shoe for general wear; values to $4;...

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. — 8 June 1909

DO YOU KNOW T¶'hrt he Btfter "odt valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing districts of the northwest? T#h Athe 8itter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood ,ilvr, ?fethatchey and Yakima valleys? Sthat Othe Motsteetsh Reed apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Rtoot? ,hat the largest private irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being carried out in the Bitter Root? ' ,That there are more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Root? That there are hundreds bf new settlers coining to the valley this sum* mar? That the university settlement in the Bitter Root is bringing to the Palley some of the most celebrated college professors in the country, who witlmake their summer homes here? .'ýTlhat there are Mt least three other settlerwent plans to be carried out tais sMmer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence tho Sittei Root? That there is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Bitter 4Roo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 June 1909

~*~y~M?~-5fed ~ ~ ~1WX4~I~DE I17, histot y of the world's wars would in ac much of their lmors and T nh thLxn tvwo-thirds their terrible losses of humuan lives if the frightful ravages of epidemius in military cartps were omitted from the lists of thiý dead charged against each campaign, For disease, not the sword or buy onet or the deadly rifle nor the great cannon belrhirg shot and shell, has been the real reaper of the great ma jority of soldier dead through all tha ages. For every man dead from wounds four lave died from disease. Plagues of siasy kinds have deciritat ed the ranks o armies, but in modern warfare i0' latecilltts of typhoid has been respdnsiblc for sending more men to the hispi 1st in war tite thian any other single diasuse. This is beeanse during actual war conditions mar y soldiers are speedily enlisted from civiliant ranks and be cause the authorities of ill nations have persisted{ and for thUt matier, still do persiso, is having sanitation around great ,militar...

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. — 8 June 1909

PISI FIMJtS AFTER KEE tI$4- QUIET FOR THREE WEEKS TWO PUGS ANSWER THQ.MPSON. The truth of -the old proverb that "it never rains blit it pours" was thoroughly dermonstrated yesterday in the rizaiter of answers to the chal lenge of Toting Thompson, the ligh`" wteiht' who is spending a couple of modtlis hiere in trainlig. Fbr thre' ,weeks or rather, to be polite, a fort. night and a balf. Ever since Thomp son first put in his challenge, there has lietn a remarkable dearth of at1lwerd. Tn fct[ the lack of answers hk 6 ,e6n so very noticeable that ifntmibn had brought in another and alor® t ieeiic challenge for "Kid" ( '1eshby of Wallace. Yesterday, how.. ever, tfto answeas began to come in. Whlether the answvrers had just ar ri~ed .i town or not has not yet been deterthined, but ait any rate two young men of pugihltic inclinaittons and aspirations appeared with the state ment that they were Meady to do bat tle with Thompson or anything else which this poor, benighted burg has oh the' st...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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