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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 June 1909

EXPLAINS POSITION OF__ROAD PAESIDENT L. W. HILL OF GREAT NORTHERN DISCUSSES GRAND JURY CASE. St. Paul, June 9.-L. W. Hill, puesi dent of the Great Northern Railroad company today gave the Associated Press the first authentic statement of the position of the (reat Northern Railroad company relating to the de mands made upon it by the grand jury of Spokane, Washington, to furnish certain documents in connection with the indictments against its former at torney, M. J. Gordon. The interview crediten to James J. Hill at Spo kane is stated not to be authentic, as Mr. Hill refused to discuss anything connected with 'the grand jury inves tigation after leaving the jury room. However, he did agree to the furnish ing of these documents before the board. This was done today and the secretary, by the order of the board, sent this communication: "The board has carefully considered the request made of its chairman by the grand jury of Spokane to send to it from the company's files and recorcd in ...

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. — 10 June 1909

pQ You KNOW That the'aitter Rs6t valley is 419 largest of the famoub fruit-growing districte of the nortlfivest? That the Bitter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood ,ivry Wenatchee and Yakima valleys? iia the Mcintosh Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? TRIi Whe largest private irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being ear1Vit out hi the BItter Root? That there more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Rodtf That there are hundabds of new settlers coming to the valley this sum. That thre tn'isssity setttem, t tn the Sitter Root is bringing to the valley some of the most celebrated college professors in the country, who will make their summer homes here? That there are at least three other settlement plans to be carried out this summer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence the Bitter Root? That 191a is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the thr RIdot? As itrRoot Valley APeffiz...

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. — 10 June 1909

Crowds! Crowds! Crowds in Daily Attendance at Our REAT FURNITURE REMOVAL SALE Everybody More Than Pleased With the Wonderful Bargains Never in the history of Western Montana has there been a Furniture Sale to compare with the one now in progress here, never have prices been so ruthlessly cut, never was there such an occasion in which everyone, whether in need of a single piece or furniture for a whole house could be benefited. At times since the sale started the crowds have been so great that it was utterly impossible to attend to the wants of all on account of our cramped quarters---the very reason for this sale---but if you were not waited upon yesterday, come back today; you'll find our assortments replenished from our enormous reserve stock and bagains such as you never saw before---COME TODAY. The New Swinging Bridge Will Bring Southsiders Over in Force Many of our south side friends have braved the round about trip, through mud and rain, to attend this sale, many have used the...

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

1 BOSTON AMERICAN TWIRLERS PITCHERS EDDIE CICOTTE AT LEFT, AND BOBB' STEELE, AT R IGHT. X inga strong 4iw every department of' the game, but handicapped by injuries that have put stars out of action ft, various periods, the Bo0ston Amer leans are playing one of the surprise games of the season. Too many young sters was, the way the dope artists figtgfd Lakes team in pre-season pre tiofens. 'Norle, however, undertook to sag that-ooaton would be out of the running. It was an unknown quantity but the 4ti ijy ids shown., With splendid batting and a pitch KIHH[L MAKES 1000 HIS _OAST CHAMPION OF MIDDLEWEIGHTS KNOCKS OUT JACK O'BRIEN IN THIRD ROUND. ,Philadelphia, June 9.-Stanley Igetchel, .the middleweight champion, tonight defeated Jack O'Brien in the thlfd. round of their bout, thus accom piushing a feat that Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion, failed to cc oomplish some three weeks ago. The fight was stopped in the second min ute of the third round after ()'Brien had been knocked down ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 June 1909

Daily Puzzle BOY'S FINISH. An auto, a boy, An auto, same boy, Great pleasure, great joy; No pleasure, no joy; A hole in the street- A funeral, sad tale Hole and auto both meet. An auto now for sale. Find the boy. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, in dress. The Aj One of today's little ads may 1ol4 the ;orm of f A ,, _ good fortune fot you: GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: W. X.-One. W. M. H.-One. A. F.-One. X. Y. Z.-One. X. X.-One. X. 4. X.-One. H. B.-One. A. R.-Two. R. O.-One. X. N.-Seven. FARM FOR LEASE. EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES IN CROP; only four miles from Missoula; 55 acres grain, 2,l acres corn, 6 acres potatoes, 5 acre, garden, good soil, plenty water, five-room house, farm ing tools. Will sell lease and crop cheap, as owner is engaging irrbusi ness. $10 per acre will take it If you 'peak quick. Snap at $1,200, but $800 takes it. R. M. Cobban Realty Co. WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO' ' BUY - THE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 621 Ce...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 June 1909

UVY ORN7R. Wappl' Bpt Grocery MeIcean Chili Con Carne, can.... 7O (ettican Tamales ........................20¢ Parr Yan Sauce, bottle ................84 Shrimp Sauce, bottle......... . Andhovy Sauce, bottle..................500 Minmt Sauce, bottle .......................254 C. & B. Grated Cheese, bottle .500 SPECIAL Gopher Brand Pork and Beans, faney grade, 3-lb. cans, each......2O4 Por Friday and Saturday only. Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. GOOD CIGARS Within certain limits, there is a chance for a difference of opinion as to whether cigatrs are good oor not. No one brand is sure to suit everybody, but there are certain brands which come pretty near it and this is the kind we endeavor to ,keep. In our opinion at least, we have the best assortment of cigars in the city and shall be glad at Any time to have the opinion of smokers who are not already fa miliar with opr line. One thing is certain, that we always pay enough to get good brands and are quite sure that we get what we pay f...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

TH'ETHE DAILY TMISSO ULIAN "u - i----- Toda- -Sh rs; warmer. A F l ri s VOL. XXXVI. NO. 37. MISSOULA, MONTANA, 1'111I)AY 3.15 ININ . I.U . 1 1 1,.1.U PRICE FIVE CENTS -~~ -- PRICE FIV CENTS _ THREE KILLED IN RAILWAY ACCIDENT TWO PASSENGER TRAINS COL LIDE HEAD-ON JUST OUT OF VANCOUVER, B. C. TWO, ENGINES SMASHED Train From Seattle to Vancouver Crashes Into Anothcr That is About to Run Upon a Siding-Delay to One Passenger Caused by Open Drawbridge Cause of Accident. tr'aoilt iver, 1 1I. C., Jinel 10.i: - TW on gineers, lRobert tNiholl :illd A. N. Mv lpheters, were killed outright and a fireman, Iae IuinknowIt, ialsio met instant death this aflerlnoon in ia head-oln collision on the (Irlet North ern railway near BIurnaby, five miles out of Vancouver. The trains in col lision were No. 274, whlichl left Se attle at 8:30 o'clock this miiorring for Vancouver and which was due at 3:30, and a local train bound for Ladner, B1. C., which left Vancouver at 2:45. The Ladner train vwas delayend ....

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

It May Look U.nreasonable To You, But It Is a Fact That I can sell you aI new five-room house, well con structed, closet and pan try, good cellar stoned up, on a 50x130 foot lot, close in on South Third street, one block west of the flouring mill, for only $700 cash and $1,000 in two years. Think of this a moment; a new five room house and a 50-foot lot in this locality for li1,700. 3Do you find anything else anywhere like this? I think not. Now if you are looking for a snap grab this; you can't beat it. -o Jas. M. Rhoades 1E4AL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. ShtggIn. Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. W, A. ILARK TO SPEND OAY IN ;ARDEN ClY W. A. Clark will leave Butte on No. 15 this morning for Bonner, where his privy i ce.. Will be detached and han dledby a switch engine during a, brief inspection of the holdings of the mil lionaire: Later the car will be brought to Missoula, where Mr. Clark is ex pected to arrive at about 11 o'clock. He will remain in the city until even ing, when hi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

tOe TONIGHT 15c FAMILY Theater PFIRMANENT STOCK THE CENT BIG SHOW in th1 great Ale ricull p]ly "A True American" SEE--The great iT leslhips Thile tgrealt explosion ouir liUi Actis. New Specialties. Matinee, iaiurlay, :':30 Next Attrac iion "WoiimaIn Againlst. V IIIlll." The Grand Cor. Higgins Ave. and Main Street MISSOULA'S NEW AMUSEMENT CENTER. High-Class Vaudeville Entire change of people every Monday and Thursday. Program DOROTHY LAMB & CO. Presenting a Co(nicdy Act Entitled "A NIGHT WITH THE RED MEN." DICK TRACY A Singing Comedian of Ability. CARBERTY AND NEILSON Com edy RSketch Temn. MISS MARGARET BOLANDER Illustrated Song. MOTION PICTURES. Entire change of performers Mon days and Thursdays. Entire change of pictures Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays. Continuous Performance -- First performance, 7:30 p. m.; admission 150 and 25g. MATINEE-Monday, Wednesday and Saturday at 3 p. m. Admission: Ladies, 150; children, 10¢. $10 REWARD 1'or information led ling to the lease of a bui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

H DAILY MISSOULIAN l ublished Every Day in the Year. MISýOU-JL N PUBLISHING CO. X29 ad 181 We-9t Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. `"itered at the postfofice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) .gil, one month .................................0.75 ',.ily: three months............................ 2.25 balily, six months .................................................... 4.00 PDaily, one year................................ 8.00 W eekly, one year....... ......................... 1.0 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER r uislness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUUBSC'RIBERS' PAPERS i The Missoullan is anxious to give ,the best carrier service; therefore sub *oribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper j .,ihanged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and sheoks should be made payable to the Missoulian Publishing Company. PR FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1909. FOR MONTANA'S GOOD. It is we...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

The B st Suit Bargains We've Ever Offered at $12.50, $15, $18 News of Great Importance to Every Man Who Would Save VWhen we say, "the best suit bargains we've ever offered at $12.50, $15 and $18," we mean it, every word, and- when you see the suits themselves you'll agree, as dozens of men did yesterday, that they are values the equal of which you have never seen. It was a favorable trade-win4 an4d our ability to swing a great cash deal that is responsible for this extraordinary offering.-a ; manufacturer of note was "anxious to work up into suits his remaining stock of spring fabrics before starting on fall goods, we made him an offer which was accepted and now the suits, are here and on sale at prices that will clear out. the entire purchase of several hundred suits in short order. Come Early for a Good Choicer While every suit. involved in this offering is a good styhle and is well ade from good, dependable mattrilr : ybu might have soute preferen1te as to color and pattern and f...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

e ar tin Company Ctearance Time has arrived to close out broken assortments in all de partiments. great price reductions will prevail during the balance of th we`k.' Big bargains await you at every turn. Read! Read! 89c Seamless Sheets $2 Bedspreads $1.35 69cheavy crocheted white bedspreads, 7 • henmlned ends, large size andl good HoIusekeepers attentlion! Here's a patterns ...... . .. ........... $1.35 speaielal offering in' beddinig. 'Full siz0 seamless sheets-made of heavy Lockwgod bleached sheeting 18c Absorbent Crash with wide hems, for Yard 12 1-2c "9c Very firm, both bleached and un ,bleached pure linen crash; excel Lockwood make pilloWv cases, 42x lent for roller towels or for kitchen 86-inch size, pair ...................344 use. AMERICAN Dollar Corsets LADY CORSETS Special Price 7 Theae corseta.are made of excellent quality coutil, in good styles, with hose. supporters alttached. Positively the best dollar corset made; while they l -st ,. .... ....................... . . ....

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. — 11 June 1909

SHOWIIG INTEREST IN MEETING ARE PAYING PARTICULA' AT TENTION TO DRY FARM ING CONGRESS. Spokane, iash., June 10.-Thetre is molre than ordinary interest among the ranchers in eastern Washington in the dry farming congress at Billings, Mont., October 26 to 28. and it is ex Ipected that practically every county east of the Cascades will be repre sented by strong commercial organiza tions and farmers' unions. 'The Spo Imane chamber of commerce, the na tion apple show and the Spokane & Inland Empire electric railway system will also probably send dry farm pro ducts to the international exposition there, October 25 to 29. Governor Marion E. Hay of Washing ton, who is in Spokane for a few days, probably is among the most enthu siastily supporters of the inovement. He has lived in the dry farm districts in eastern Washington the last I2i years and is thoroughly familiar with what the solution of the problem means. It is likely that Governor Hay will attend one or more. sessions of the co...

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. — 11 June 1909

Q YO IrOW That the: Bitter Root valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing districts of the iorthest.tt That the Bitter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, Wenatchee. and Yaknma valleysa Tiit .the Meolnesh Red alple attains. its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That tb.e. largest privat\e irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being, ciarkid out in the Bitter Root? That there are more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Roof THat there are hundreds of new settlers coming to the valley this sum mer? That the -university settlement in the Bitter Root is bringing to the valley some of the most celebrated college professors in the country, who will make their summer homes here? That there are at least three other settlement plans to be carried out this summer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence the Bitter Root? That thper is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Brttpr Ropt? T. he1' ...

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. — 11 June 1909

A . 1 !ý 1' ! ' 4Ti|ý iI p M 1 "0 ,1 ] " EM ,I l Aý ý M v ;) 1 y d 0r Crowds! Crowds! Crowds! In Dally Attendance at Our SGREAT FURNITURE REMOVAL SALE Everybody More Than Pleased With the Wonderful Bargains Never in the history of Western Montana has there been a Furniture Sale to compare with the one now in progress here, never have prices been so ruthlessly cut, never was there such an occasion in which everyone, whether in need of a single piece or furniture for a whole house could be benefited. At times since the sale started the crowds have been so great that it was utterly impossible to attend to the wants of all on account of our cramped quarters---the very reason for this sale---but if you were not waited upon yesterday, come back today; you'll find our assortments replenished from our enormous reserve stock and tIcgains such as you never saw before--COME TODAY. Hardly an Article in Our Carpet and Furniture Departments but Has Been Reduced in Price. Only Room for a Very Few ...

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. — 11 June 1909

& Tk 1O 1'1Lfl _7·r:- SEA DOGS. HELENA WINS FROM BUTTE IN THE .RAIN AND SLUSH UN DER REEFED SAIL. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. Intermountaln League. SClub-- Won. Lost. CPet. Helenai ................ 20 8 .714 Salt Lake .............. 18 12 .600 Buftte .................. 14 14 .500 Boise .................... 6 24 .200 National League. Pittsburg, ...... ..... 32 12 .787 Chicago .................. 29 17 .030 N.w "York ..... :....... 21 18 .558 Iconta ati .............. 25 22 .532 Philadelphia ........ 17 23 426 St: Louis .............. 19 26 .422 Bkvolet y ............. 17 25 .405 Boston ............... 12 29 .293 American League. Detroit ................... 29 14 .674 NeW. York ............ 22 17 .564 Phliladelphia ........ 23 18 .561, Boe3titY:.............. 24 19 .558 Cleveland ............. 19 22 .463 Csicago ................ 17 22 .436 t Loui ................ 17 24 .415 Washington .......... 12 27 .308 BSutte, June' 1O.-ýThe Helern Sen ators showedi: themtselves good sea (Pogs as 'w...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

Daily Puzzle 4.' NO IN DEED. The maid who fishes for a compliment Is like the angler who Is forced to purchase what he cannot catch. Not the proper thing to do. T'ind an angler. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Lower left corner down-right side of auto S One of today's little ad* may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: W. X.-One. WV. M. HI.-One. A. I'.-One. X. Y. Z.-One. X. X.--one. X. 4. X.-One. II. B.-One. A. R.-Two. R. O.-One. X. N.-Seven. FARM FOR LEASE. EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES IN CROP only four miles from Missoula 55 acres grain, 20 acres' corn, 5 acre potatoes, 5 acres garden, good soil plenty water, five-room house, farm ing tools. Will sell lease and crol cheap, as owner is engaging in bust ness. $10 per acre will take it if yoi "pak uikc!. Snap at $1,200, hu $800 takes it. R. M. Cobban Realt. Co. WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY - THE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Ceda: street. Highest prices paid for o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 June 1909

?4Iss a's Best grocery Mexican Chili Con Carne, can....920 Mexican l'Tamales ........................ 20 Pan an Sauce, .bottle ..............3 Shrimp Sauce, bottle.................. 5 Anchlovy- Sauce, bottle....................0O Mint Sauce, bottle ....................... 25 C. &. 13. Grated Cheese, bottle..540 SPECIAL Gopher Brand -Pork' and Means, fancy grade, 3.-lb. cans, each...... O0 For =ridgy and Saturday only. Phone 9 THE BUSY CORNgR. GOOD CIGARS Withln certain limits, there is a chance for a diffeitence of opinion .,as to whether -cigars' are good or' not. No one brabd is sure to suit everybody, but there are certain brands which come pretty near it' and thts is the kind we endeavor -to keep. Tn our opinion at least,, : ye have the best assortment of cigars in the city and shall be glad at any time to have tlie opinion of smokers who are not' already fa miliar with our line. One thing is certain, that we always pay enough to get good brands and are quite sure that we ge...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

THE WEATHER I)AILY SUNSIANN Today-Local showers. 3.I OU O T N FollowA raIn, aV s Es Tomorrow-Local show ers I5 ows the class a ~OL. XXXVI. NO. 3S. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATUIHDAY MO01UNING, .IUNE 12, 1909. PRICE FIVlC' T ENATE VOTES A FURTHER DELAY ECLINES TO CONSIDER fAX AMENDMENT BEFORE JiUNE EIGHTEENTH. 0OOL[ AIFFHOLDS SYAY alley Charges That Undue Influence Has Been Used to Defeat Proposed Income Tax Amendment to the Tar iff Measure-Senator Cummins Is Severe Upon Father of Senate Bill. Washington, June 11.--The income ax shared with the wool schedule in he senate's attention today and, after discussion for an hour or umore, it as postponed until June 18 by a ote of 45 to 34. This action was the esult of a motion made by Senator ldrich which followed a charge by enator Bailey that undue Influence las being brought to bear against the roposed income tax amendment to the ariff bill. Mr. -Aldrich declared that e knew of no such effort, but pleaded r the postponement of the question nti...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

It May . Look Unreasonable ToYo u, But It Is a Fact That I can sell you a new five-room house, well con ustructed, closet and pan try, good cellar stoned up, on a i0x130 foot lot, close in on South Third street, one block west of the flouring mill, for only $700 cash and $1,000 in two years. Think of this a moment; a new five room house and a 50-foot lot in this locality for 91,700. Do you find anything else anywhere like this? I think not. Now if you are looking for a snap grab this; you can't beat it. -0- Jas. M. Rhoades 4EAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER '4iggnma Avenue 0hon. 72 HAMMONC SLOCK THE _WAIHER After the rainy spell enjoyed by the people of this neck of the woods, yes terday was a relief. The thermometer began to climb upward and the sun was on duty all day. The observa tions: Maximum ... ........................70 M inimum ....... ......... ........44 At 6 a. m. Thermometer ...........................46 Barometer ............................26.90 At 6 p. m. Thermometer ....

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