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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

RAILROADS PRESIDENT EARLINC GOES THR1 UGH HEAD OFC., M. & ST. P. STOPS FOR ONE BRIEF HOUR IN MIS SOULA ON WAY WEST. At 6:15 last night President A. J. Earling of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound arrived in Missoula on a special train bound west to the coast. The president and his party spent only a short hour in Missoula and got but a brief glimpse of the city as they werd whirled through in automobiles. The special arrived in Butte Thursday night and the party spent the night there, leaving for the west at about 10 o'clock yesterday morning and arriving in Deer Lodge at about 3 o'clock. From Deer Lodge down the train made fast time, arriv ing In Missoula at 6:45. Mr. Earling was met at Butte by Superintendent Marshall of this division, who escorted him over the mountains. This is Mr. Earling's first trip over the western extension and is made in preparation for the opening of the road west of Butte on July 1. The train which brought the party is tho first first-class tr...

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. — 12 June 1909

bltvery Day in the Year. 3N PUBLIBHING CO. 20 ,nd 1:1 et Main Street, Mis *oula, Montana. 2edt the Utttice at Missoula, St aas secondtiase mail matter. SU38CRIPTION RATES (In Advano*) 4ýty three mionthse........... ~.. . 9.2y baI*y -months......................... 4.00 DAily, one year ........ ....... 8.00 Weekly',, one year ............. 1.60 Posdae added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER SStainesa Office 116 Editorial Rooms Si880'iI8ERS' PAPERS The Mitsollianj is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub di*rthers are requested to reptrt faulty elvery, at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old 4adre5s also. Money orders and c1k should be made payable to The Missoulian Publishing Company. SATURDAY, JUNE 12, 19009. GETTING READY. The ityt administration is squaring around for the organisation which is essential to good management. Yes terday morning The Missoullan con tained Mayor Logan's announcement that he had selected J. A. Vealey to b...

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. — 12 June 1909

The Best Suit Bargains We'vetve O ffered at $12.5 0, $15, $18 News of Great Importance to Every Man Who Would Save When we say, "the best suit bargains we've ever offered at $12.50, $15 and $18," we mean 4, 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-wind a1 our ability to swing a great cash deal that is responsible for this extraordinary offering- manufacturer of note was anxious to work up into suits his remaining stock o spring fabrics before starting on fall goods, we made him an offer which wac accepted and now the suits are here and on sale at prices that will clear out i the entire purchase of several hundred suits in short order. We guarantee every suit to be satisfac tory in every way and to be the best value ever sold in Missoula at the price ýflZaoýd4 ')ftj4M~CQf¢ 'Co Come Ear1f for a Good Choic While every suit involved in this offerin...

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. — 12 June 1909

Our Saturday Offerings Unsurpassed for Value Giving Unusual Offerings Throughout the Store Below we mention only a few items whioh will give you a good idea of . ; the low prices that will prevail throughout the entire store today. - IGreat price reductions await you. Every item represents the very new est and most desirable merchandise. " COME TODAY AND SI) A IE IN THE4E BARIiAINS .L a Suits . Cut to Bedrock Today begins.what will unquestionably prove*to be the greatest and best suit sale we have ever held. All remaining tailored suits, with out reserve, will be marked to sell at these comparatively low prices. It's surely a wonde:ful opportunity and no one should miss taking advantage of these price concessiins. $25.00 and $22.50 ladies' tailored suits ........................$15.48 $30.00 and, $27.50 ladies' tailo red suits ..........$19.48 $35.00 and $32.50 ladins' tailored suits .. ...........$23.48 Table Damask 69c Yard , 72-inch wide, satin finished table linen, heavy quality...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

GANTIC STOCK-REDUCING SHOE SAL & NOW ON IN THE BIG WHITE SHOE STORE & Thousands of Pairs of Reliable, Shoes for Men, Women and Children Are Marked Down te Sale Prices Without a Parallel The Big White Shoe Store carries only those shoes of time-tried quality, universal familiarity, and recog nized worth. Hence, it+ is only natural that such great price-reductions should attract great throngs of eager purchasers. Take advantage of today's offerings while the opportunity permits. Men's W. 1. Douglas $4 Shoes Women's Oxfords Worth $2.50, Only $1.50 Only 150 Pairs---Buy Now; Prices Never So Low 25 Two hundred pairs of Two hundred pairs of A7women's . kid Oxf;rds, women's golden brown with patent tip, welte(l Oxfords, perforatedtp 7Aand turned-edge soles, welted and turnedeg Standard shoes for one-third less than you can. buy footwear of good aterial, soles, stylish lasts them anywhere else in the world. neat hasts and (lever good weararesisting This great stock-reducing sale has ...

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. — 12 June 1909

'hat fe Bitter sot valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing diftrits of the dohwest? athm 64lit4r hoot Ii larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, Wenatchee and Yakima valleys? That the Mcintosh Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the largest private irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being caried out in the Bitter Root? at there are more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter R oo t? That there are hundreds of new settlers coming to the valley this sum That the university settlement in the Bitter Root is bringing to the v ey eome of the most celebrated college professors in the country, who willemaike their sumntrer homes heref liat thlqre are at least three other settlement plans to be carried out this summer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence tho Bitter Root? That there is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Bitter Root? The gitter foot Yalley A Pacific Slope ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

Crowds! Crowds! Crowds! In Daily Attendance at Our EveTFRybdyMoeThaRPEasdWt 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 bargains 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 Examples Here ( ý > ýd ý >> 'yl d i d ri ,l 'ý l l...

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

V. C rr L 'v ý ,ý ,ý ý 0 HELENA TEAM iYFN A Sf111-flu PITCHING IN SPLENDID FORM, DUNA ALLOWS SENATORS 'UT FOUR HITS. StANbING OF THE CLUBS. Infermou,4ain League. Club. W,. 1ýoet. Pct. elena ............ 9 .699 It Lake ........ 18 12 .600 .tt ... ...............15 14 .517 tse ...................... 8 24 .200 American League. Club. Won. Lost. Pet. JDetrolt.."..........29 15 .659 Philadelphia ........24 18 .571 1 w York .......... 22 18 .550 eston ...........24 20 .545 yeveland . ... 20 22 .478 icago .......... 18 22 .450 St. Louis ........... 17 25 .400 ashington .........13 27 .325 National League. Club, Won. Lost. Pct. Pittsburg ...............33 12 .738 Ghicag9 ...................29 18 .617 tincltziatl .............26 22 .543 New York ................21 19 .525 ilad1 hZia ..........18 23 .439 . Louli ................19 27 .419 o oklyrs ..................17 26 .395 Ston ......................13 29 .210 Butte, June 11.-Butte scored the first shut-out this "agon on itst own grounds, d...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 June 1909

Daily Puzzle VERY TRUE. This world is full of spinsters sad; Who overdid their bluff And fuller still of s adder wives Who didn't bluff e nough. Find a married woman. Answe to Yesterday ' Puzzle-Upsi do lown between figures. Thee ),l©tll1 One ofetoday's lIttle ads may hold the germ of d flm A ©good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remali In this office as follows: W. X.--Onc. W. M. H.-One. A. '.-One. X. Y. Z.-One. X. X.-One. X. 4. X.-One. H. B.-One. A. R.-Two. R. O.-One. X. N.--Seven. C. F. Baun-One. FARM FOR LEASE. EIGHTY-FIVE ACRES IN CROP; only four miles from Missoula; 55 acres grain, 20 acres corn, 5 acres potatoes, 5 acres garden, good soil, p!enty water, five-room house, farm ing tools. Will sell lease and crop cheap, as owner is engaging in busi 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 BlUY - THE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Cedar street. Highest p...

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

WI0 lesoula's Best Gicery i cafn Chiil Con Carne, can....20O exican Tarniates ... ..........20~ LOAj ark Sauce, bottle...........35 Shrimp, Sauce, bottle-...... .........54 Anchovy Sauce, bottle ..................50 ikint, sauce, ho p,......;......25.R C, & 13. Grated Cheese, bottle..6O Gopher (Brand Pork andi Beans, fa &ay grade, 3-lb. cans, e ch....,2O For; ri ay and Saturday only. k hone 98 THE aUSY OORNER. GOOD CIGA R Within certain limits, there is. a chance for a difference of opinion as to whether cigars are good or not. No one brand is sure to slit everybo4y, but there are certain brrands Which come petty near It aildI thiW Is the kind re endeavor keep DI our opinion at least, sie; have the best assortment of a gars in the city and shall be glad tCAny time to have the opinion of a otkers who are not already fa illllar with our line. Qne thing is certain, that we always pay enough to get good brands and are quite sure that we get what we pay for.C issouit Drug Co. WHO...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN . Today-Generally fair. Follow investments n Mis Tomorrow-Fair, soullan clasMsifed advert .m VOL. XXXVI. NO. 39. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNI, AY MOILNIN(N, JiNE 13, 11)09. PRICE FIVE CGE~bT IS NOW READY FOR THIRD READING SECOND READING OF TARIFF BILL IS SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED. REAL PROGRESS IS MADE When Measure Is Again Taken Up for Consideration by the Senate It Will Be for the Final A tion Upon Will Be for the Final Action Upon Free List Items Disposed of. Washington, June 12.--Having com pleted consideration of items of the tariff bill that had been passed over under objections by senators during its second reading, the adjournment of the senate today marked an important period in the progress of the meas ure. When the bill is again taken up it will be on its third reading for the final disposition of items upon which the most pronounced objections have been made. In completing the sec ond reading of the bill a number of items in the free list were disposed of. W...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

-rwo Brooks Street A fine location for a first class home, 60x130 feet, with big water main in street and good residences all around. Property in' this vicinity is bound to advance rapidly and will soon double in value. A home here will be a pleas ure and prove highly profitable besides. I can not too strongly recom mend the purchase. $1,200 cash or $1,250 half cash will take these two choice lota. -o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER *lft Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. WILL UDELIVER ADOHESS AT NEIGHBORHOOD CLUB The Neighborhood club will hold a meeting tomorrow evening at 8 o'clock at the Congregational church. The feature of the meeting will be an ad dress by Dr. C. A. Duniway, presi dent of the state university, on "The Plans and Needs of the University of Montana." This address should be of interest and, benefit to the friends of the in stitution in this city, as it gives an opportunity for discussion of matters pertaining to the school. It is espe ciall...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 June 1909

[NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD RAILHOAD STRUGGLE GOING ON HARRIMAN AND YOAKUM FIGHT ING'FOR CONTROL OF TRAF. FIC INTO MEXICO. San Antonio, Texas, June 11.-Evi dences are not wanting to prove that a gigantic struggle has been going on under the surface between Edward. H. Harriman on the one hand and B. F. Yoakum and James J. Hill on the other for the control of a new trans continental railroad system which will handle the bulk of the traffic between the United States, the Republic of Mexico and ultimately reach the Pan ama canal. A group of Southern Pacific engi neers have been in the field between this city and Brownsville. and it is understood that a complete survey with maps and profiles" has been made. E. B. Cushing, engineer of maintenance and ways, is in the city and has held several conferences with the business men on the subject of the proposed railroad. He has de clined to state positively that tlie Harriman lines would undertake the building of the road, but has freely discuss...

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. — 13 June 1909

The Home OF COURSE - Is the Foundation OF OUR Great Furniture Removal Sale Those of us who live our best add to our homes as we add to our selves, and in the same way we dress our' homes pretty much as we dress ourselves. To be in readiness when the time comes to occupy the new home being made for our Furniture and Carpet departments is the object of this sale, as far as directly concerns us. To make your home more livable, more elegant, is what prompts you to take advantage of it:. The sacrifices we must make to accom plish our end are your gains---and no mean gains, either, since hardly an article in either of these departments but flies a red tag, the saving signal, and Prices Are From 10 to 60 Per Cent Below the Regular M. M. Co. Values I _--- I I I J-- ':ulan1 In - m • .r' -I Il ,ar l Which means that the opportunity of many years is being crowded into this event, and that if you are building your new home or refurnishing your old, if you have found something that should be rep...

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. — 13 June 1909

Missoula's Oldest, Best and Largest Store The Store of Quality Merchandise, Honest Prices and Satisfaction--ALWAYS Great Ball Game Today--Missoula Giants vs. Deer Y VOU HAVE your favorites, of coura~ you may have it all figuired out jus -o.,."", who's going to win, and why, anv S-. ';.: how; you may be posted on "form" an. -f. , have the strong points of every player dowi -- -- ilki2U.. fine; or you may not care much about it, o %· be anywhere between these extremes. iMen are like thiat aolut their clothes as, wvell as baseball; sonf .are over-critical, a me Ore careless, hut the great majority us want good clothes; and want to be sure of getting then W.e've got th rit the right things for all of these men-the iti the indifferent, Ile sensible. 're either Of these, acciori is; I I min'4 eitenin tanceI ... Our Own Premier Clothe 'The finestl- r' ady-to-w'eir clothis inle. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes The clothes that nare uled good d a "make good," SWoolworth Clothes a, : All-w...

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. — 13 June 1909

MONDAY OFFERINGS Unsurpassed for Value Giving ::Unusual Offerings Throughout the Store ý·.. ...::.:.:_::.:: _a Below we mention only a few items which will give you a good idea of the low prices that will prevail throughlout the entire store tomorrow , "%r«'"'" = /I ý__` Great pri(ce reducttions await you. LEvery itei represents the'very new-i est and IIumost desirable merchandise. (:COME MO\Nl)AY ANl) SHAHI.E ItN THIESE BRGAT INS Ladies' Suits Cut to Bedrock Monday begin. what will Inijuestionably prove to be the greatest and blst suit sale we have ever held. All remaining tailored. suits, with ".. ... out reserve, 'will be muarltd to sell at these comparatively low prices It's surely ia wonderful opportunity and no one should miss taking' advantage of them price concessions. $25.00 and .$22.50 ladies' tailored suits ...................... 5.48 :::::::::::30.00 and $27.50 ldis' tailo red suits ........... ...19.8 :35.00 and $32.50 ladi's tailored suits .................. 23.48 Tabl...

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. — 13 June 1909

GIGANTIC STOCK-REDUCING SHOE SALE . NOW ON IN THE BIG WHITE SHOE STORE & Thousands of Pairs of Reliable Shoes for Men, Women and Children Are Marked Down to Sale Prices Without a Parallel The Big White Shoe Store carries only those shoes of time-tried quality, universal familiarity, and recog nized worth. Hence, it is only natural, that such great price-reductions should attract great throngs of eager purchasers. Take advantage of today's offerings while the opportunity permits. Men's W. L. Douglas $4 Shoes Women's Oxfords' Worth $2.50, Only $1.50 Only 150 Pairs---Buy Now; Prices Never So Low AT)' hundred paidrs of Two hundired pair of i~omen's kid Oxfords, women's golden brown with patent iip, weltei l Oxfords, perforated tip, A t aid turnld-edge soles, welted and turned-edge Standarnd shoes for one-third less than you can buy footwear of good imaieriyl, soles, stylish lasts and them anywhere else in the world. neat lasts and (lever good wear resisting leath This great stock-re...

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. — 13 June 1909

S YOU " KNOW 'ahet the ~it.+,Root valley is the largest of the famous .fruit-growing distriots of the-northwest? That the Bitter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, Wenatchee and Yakima valleys? That the Mcintosh Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the largest private irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being carried out in the Bitter Root? ' Tat there are more than 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Root? 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 itAike tetr summer honmes hered Th#ti tho ee e b at- least three other settlement plans to be carried out this summer, which will bring men of wealth, refinement and influence thoe Bitter Root? That there is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate Sas the Bitter Root? R YII...

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. — 13 June 1909

RIcIN H BAWLBALL . mE ro we i1 - 4>" sack and Jhnstone. Attndnce, 400. I'mpi - 'ar-ney. WASHItTON TAKES LOR ANIANS Moren Has ,e Goods. WESTERN LEAGUE. ANOT ER St. Louis Jne 12.-Philadelphia At .....a_,. P iAY__ TODAY from St. Louis, 3 to 2. Moren gave C At , incoln-Lincoln, 3; Sioux the local team but two hits. City, 5. TAIL-ENDERS TRIM LEAGUE Score: R. H. E. At Topoka-Topekla, 4: Denver, 3. St. Louis ................................ 2 2 0 sfh/. . ( MISSOULA TEAM WILL MEET LEADERS, GROOM ALLOWING Phila delphia ......................... 3 10 1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION, DEER LODGE AGGREGATION BUT FOUR HITS. Tatteries-Salice, More and Bresna- / I+ O TU ban; Moren and Dooln. Umpires- At Indianapolis-lndianapolls ltitu- ON SOUTH SIDE GROUNDS. Einslie and O'Day. waukee game postponed; rain. ATRTL IN¢. OAF TI". f:1 I _. • .-.... - At Louisville--Louisville St. Paul National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet. Pittsburg ................ 34 12 .739 Chicago .................. 30 18 .625 New Yoik ......

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. — 13 June 1909

_M Mjsou1ian Class Ads Bring Sure Results A oi One of today's Ifttle ids may hold the germ of good fortune for you. r 7ET YOUR' ANSWERS. vxeaWft~ to ' ela8sfied ads remain 1# thf OffIee foalilows: . X--One. ., M. H.--One. A, V.-one. X:. Y, Z.-one. x X.-one. X: 4. X.-one. IE -ne. A. R.-Two. -Y.-One X. N.--Seven. i. aO..n-One, Plumber-Three. CC. F BEun-One. FARM FOR LEASE. EIGHTY-FIVE ACRJES IN CROP; qnly' fiur miles from Missoula; 55;aer~p graIn, 20 acres corn, 5 acres catood, 5 acres garden, good soil, p~ty..water, flve-room h0use, farm hiZto.s1. Will. sell lease and crop cb~j , a iowiet is' engaging In busl $1Q perfcre will take It'if you, "p yulh ( `ulckl Snap at. $1,200, but, $8D4 tfake°s it. FR. MA Cobban Realty WANMSD-TO BUY, WANTED. TQO RUT -- THIlE MIS soula Hide & Junk. Co., 5.21. Cedar Str pt.. Highest prices paid for old ,etdL rubgr. bottles ar.8l hles. All cal¶e. ced..fo. for. oi 688. FQR SAI,5- EA4 C}STARE. 0 SA$- 440 ACREi 6 OF rI;AND .twl, 65. or 70,, acres' in cro...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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