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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 June 1909

HOW TO LOCATE ON LANDS OF THE FLATHEAD RESERVE The detailed instructions as to the method of procedure in the registra tion and entering In connection with the Flathead. reservation opening, as set forth, officially Is as follows: Dear sir: You are informed that a registration for the opening of te Flathead Indian reservation In Mon tana, the Cocur d'Alene Indian res ervaltot in Idaho and the Spokane Indian rgservatmn in Washington will begin on July 15 and end on August 5, 1909. Any person qualified to make either an orig.!nal, a second or an additional homestead entry may register for hands in any or all of these reservations. All who desire to register must go, in person, to the fol lowing registration points to swear to their applications for registration; to either Kalispell or Missoula, Montana, to register for Flatheed lands, to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; to register for Coeur d'Alene lands and to Spokane, Washington, to register for Spokane lands. Applications for registration ma...

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. — 22 June 1909

DO. YOU KNOW \ hat the rtte- Root valley ia the largest of the famous fruit-growing districts of t northwest? That the Bitt r Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, Wenatchee nd Yakima valleys? That the Mclnt6 Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the largest p atS irrigation scheme ever undertaken is being carried out in the Bitte Root? That there are more th 500,000 acres of orchard lands in the Bitter Root?, That there are hundreds of ew settlers coming to the valley this sum mer? 7hat the uiniversity settlemin in the Bitter Root is bringing to the valley some of the most celel ate ollege professors in the country, who wilt make their summer homes here That there are at least three ocber ttlement plans to be carried -out this summer, which will bring men of ealth, refinement and influence the Bitter Root? That there is no other district so attc1c e as to scenery and climate as ihe Bitter Root? The Bitter Root eley A Pacific ...

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. — 22 June 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MISSOULIAN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. Washington, .Tune 21.-Of particular Interest to Miseeomla is the following opinion of the interstate commerce commission in the litigation against the Northern Pacific and other western railroads by the Big Blackfoot Milling company of Missoula, which owns and operates three lumber mills, at Bonner, St. Regis and Hamilton, In Missoula county: "It appears that the Chicago, Mil waukee &. Puget Sound railway quotes rates from St. Regis, but no reference is made to Hamilton or Bonner. This line has points of origin of lumber in this section which are also on the Northerp Pacific lines. The same Is true as to points of destination farther east. We do not feel warranted on the information now available in re quiring it in join in through routes and joint rates. It is, of course, ex pected that fair and reasonable routes and service wfll be arranged for in the sahedules., The defendant, Chicago, Burlington & Quincy faliway com pany,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 June 1909

A qzD fIGHT fOW P UON ATHLETICS HOLD TWO-POINT MARGIN AFTER LOSING A DOUBLE-HEADER. STANDING OF THE CLUBS. American League. Club- Win huAt. Pct. Detroit . .... ..... 19 .44 Philadeithla5 . 2 23 .1 Boston ........... 2 24 .547 Cleveland ... . 27 24 .529 New York ... . 25 25 .500 Chicago ......... 23 2) .41111 Washington . . 19 31 .3119 St. Loo...... 11 33 .315 National League. Club- Won. Lost. Pet, Pittsburg .......... 38 13 .745 Chicago ............. 35 18 .As 0 New rk ...... .. 24 22 .522 CincInnati ............. 28 26 .519 Philadelphia ......... 24 25 .490 St. Louis ............... 23 30 .434 Brooklyn .............. 17 33 .340 Boston ............... .. 13 95 -.271 Intermountain League. Club- Won. LJst. Pet. Helena ............. 26 13 .607 Salt Lake .. ..... 24 15 .615 Butto ............ 18 21 .462 Boise .......... -.. 10 29 .256 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Red Sox Win Both. Boston, June 21.-Boston won two exciting games from Philadelphia to clay, the first 6 to 5 and the second 4 to 1. Score...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 June 1909

Daily Puzzle THE INSOLENT BEE. A "bumble" bees a humble bee, Beeologists do say, But I know this, that one stung me Upon a summer's day, And, contrary to becology, Departed without apology. Find the bumblebee. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, in dress. The hod©hler fi One of today's little ads Q may hold the germ of © fl A _good fortune fot- you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Box Q-Ono W. G. D.-One R. O.-One W. M. H.-One H-. 13.-One C. F. Braun-One A. F.-One Hustler-Three X. 4 X.-One Piano--Eight WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY - THE MIS soula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Cedar street. Highest prices paid for old metal, rubber, bottles and hides. All orders called for. r"hnA 186. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-160 ACRES OF LAND with 65 or 70 acres In crop. Also farming tools (all new), horses, har ness and wagons. Seven head of horses, four working horses and three colts. Ten miles from Mis soula. Gra- Valley. Wm. V. Cyr. FOR SALE...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 June 1909

EILLY'S BUSY CbRNER. Missoula's Best Grocery SPECIAL Rickers' "Half Minute" Coffee Pots Fouttr-quart sizes, $8.27 value. $1.5G0 Two-quart sizes, $1.75 value.$1.25 For This Week. RANDALL'S GRAPE JUICE Absolutely Pure. Quarts, per bottil .00 ints, per bottle 300 'Halt Hints, per both . . 100 Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. Sharpen Your Razor This week we will sell you a gen. utne IMPORTED RAZOR HONE, guaranteed ti give you erfect snt i'sfaction and of tested unulity, [nc 75 CENTS We 'Ravi, only a few left, and if you need ri hono, this in your Reiotnmber to uws 1 our Qtiit 1i I0 livery Service to any part of tlh dLy Phone us, No. 116, and sto how rtilekly your order Is filled. MIssoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL PHONE 16 Higgins Avenue and Front Street. Missoula, Mont. Wall Paper 10lc Double ~ Roll At SIMONS. 312 Higgins Ave. Everything That is best and newest in r furniture and house and office furnishings is to bie : found in the new stock in our new store. The stock includes sonic sur...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

THE WEATHERI) MISSOULIAN1 WR Today-Generali}' fair. 111 D~/ I aondeto seller n bi Tomorrowi-Flair. Concto L. XXVI. NO. 49MISSOTI, MONTArA1, WEDNESDAY 10RNI JUNE 2-, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS - - I f SENATE VOTES DUTY UPON AMENDMENT PROVIDING A FIF TEEN PER CENT DUTY IS FINALLY PASSED. INCLEY POLICY UPHELD[ fter Numerous Proposed Amend ments Are Voted Down the Recom mendation of Finance Committee of the Upper House Is Sustained by a Vote of Thirty-six to Thirty. Washington, June 22. - Late today he senate reached the voting stage in the hide schedule and after sev ral amendments had been defeated he amendment of th'e finance commit ee fixing a duty of 15 per cent, ad alorem on hides was agreed to by vote of 36 to 30. This is the rate of he present law, but under the rulings f the treasury department is appli ,able only to hides weighing more han 25 pounds. The house placed all hides on the ree list, but the committee restored he Dingley policy by adding them o the non-dutiable list. . S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

_ 1 cCormick's Addition No. 2 Located on West Cedar Street I am offering for sale all of McCormick's addition No. 2 with the exception of a few lots, at away down bargain prices, on easy terms of one third cash, balance one and two years. These lots are close in, desirably located; all have city water in alley; many of them have large bearing fruit trees; every lot is a bargain. Call in early before the best lots are taken. , Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins iArenue. Phone 572 HAM OND BLOOK. LOCAL_BREYIIIES Smoke Wm. Hooper cigars. H..Cassalda of Ovando paid this city a business visit yesterday. Call up 665 for Ed's hack. fG. MclItosh of Spokane was a visitor in the city on Tuesday. See J. E. Power for soda watar. H. H. Berry, a resident of Stevens ville spent yesterday in Missoula. Drink John Gund's Peerless beer. John Magee of Hamilton was a vis itor in the Garden city yesterday. Missoula Ice Co. Phone 310 black. R. S. Handy of Kellogg, Idaho, spent ye...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

A DOLLAR SHOW FOR A DIME FAMILY Theater COMMENCING MONDAY THE CENT BIG SHOW Presents A FATAL SCAR." New Specialties, Prices: Lower floor, 15 ; bal cony, 100. Matinee Saturday at 2:30. Next Attraction: "EAST LYNNE." The Grand Cor. Higgins Ave. and Main Street MISSOULA'S NEW AMUSEMENT CENTER. igh-Class Vaudeville Entire change of people every Monday and Thursday. Program HEROLD, THE GERMAN SANDOW BERT WIGGIN, Comedian. Juggler, Cartoonist FREDERICK OLADISIH AND MARY BLAKE In Their Original Comedietta "A Jack and a Queen" Miss Blake, winner of $1,000 Beauty Prize. MISS MAXWELL, Illustrated Songs 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 2516. MATINEE-Monday, Wednesday. And Saturday at 3 p. m. Admission: Ladies, 15'; children, 10¢. The Bijou Theater TONIGHT. CHINATOWN SLAVERY Some realistic scenes from Chinn-, toWn. Illustrated...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

94 r very ay In :te Year: 5TJIL1N PtTBLTHING CO. 6 1,.tWast Main Street, Mix gobtA $ Mintna a t the poatfofie at Missoula, 1* t.l a5second-lass mail matter. 8UA8CRIPTION RATES ý(tn Advance) BayOne month . ........................20.75 gIy4 alit months ......... ....4. 00 l94.1y- one year ........... 8.00 eekly, one year .............. 1.50 :ost n added for. foreign. countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missotilian is anxious to tive the best carrier service; therefore sub oribers are requested to report faulty delivetry at once. Ii -ordering paper chaniged to new address please give old address also, Money orders and checks should be made payable to The )Missouliat' Publishing Company. ED NE 'DAY, JUNE 23, 1909, A SEWER DISTRICT. Ma'yer Logan has acted wisely in asklntgthe south side people who are interested in the proposed construction of a sewer system to meet with the city council for the discussion of the matter This important ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO. °1" O h' t " Blst Pest and Largest 'tore - Vt StOPC of Qo ualitdy 11),(lulir dis(; Ilur st 1 uine and ( aitsfactwui- B I 11 AYR The Greatest Shirt Sale Ever Known in Miss u14 Started off With a Whoop - - Will Keep It Up All Wee4 Hundreds of dozens of good quality, new spring shirts on sale at greatly reduced prices to adjust our stofl. It is ýhe greates event of its kind ever presented to the men. of Missoula and vicinity and one in which all. classes of men reap a harvest. If you didn't get all the shirts you will need for this season yesterdp 75c 1o 1 Negligee Shirts 35c come today, the earlier the better---DON'T MISS IT! 75c Khaki Drill Work Shirts 45c 7; eie50 dizeimen gige Shirts, medium and light colored, in 24 dozen Men's Work Shirts, made fom grae lhaki bs ig striped lateens aiid tain atid other fast colored cheviots; every with extension neckbands, yoke back and duOl stiit g shirt full cut and well imade and ever) one a regular great shirts for servi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

..TRAORDINARY f The Martin store will be cloHed tight abid fart next Thursday and Friday, June 24 and June 25, opening Saturday morning, June 26, at 9 o'clock. The most teirific Unloading Sale of Merchandiasein the history of 31 nta.. ill conmmence at that hour-nothing reserved. Watch the papeirs 'there is some thing doing. THE MARTIN CO. HiJ is Ave. Missoula, Mont. 0IET MflYEMENIS hf 11ff DA.Y Nes ?ork, June 22.-A recovery in Drices }loday resulted from the dim proof of rumors circulated yesterday of Id 1. ' Harriman's sudden and fatal $4bt as, There was renewed' buying fro'6 ;the large commission houses, fromn tvbich selling yesterday gave the Iinpi'essinh of important liquidation. The buying of United States Stocl, the Harriman Pacifies and Reading proved eimposing and had a strong ihfiuoie#on the whole markot. The aiseitlhi, w"is ventured again that t4Ie Inlhg' might happen to account for he. advance in Wabash stocks. Attintjpp was directed also to a re pert # proposed nstatr ic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MISSOULIAN'S SPECIAL SERVICE. 'Vashington, June 22.-Jteports from the Truckee-Chrson project, Nevada, indicate that the agriculture condi tions at this time are better than in any year since the project was oper ated. The acreage of new land Is large and the conditions of crops on the new land is favorable. Two or three storms occurred during May, but the damage was comparatively light, us the farmers understand better the handling of sandy lands and their farms are In condition to withstand higher wind velocities. The ditches are In good condition, and It Is believed that maintenance expenses in the future will be com paratively light. Ninety per cent of all the brieks that have occurred have been caused by burrowing animals, but the number of breaks this year is very nub less than in any year pre vious to this. The amount of water in the canals has been sufficient to supply all de mands. The flow of water in the Car son river is about 1.250 second feet, and the...

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. — 23 June 1909

DQ YOU KNOW That the Bitter Root valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing districts 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? That 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 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 there Is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Bitter Root? The gitter Roo...

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. — 23 June 1909

HOW TO LOCATE ON LANDS OF THE FLATHEAD RESERVE The detailed instructions as to the method of procedure in the registra tion and entering in, connection with the Flathead reservation opening, as set forth officially is as follows: Dear sir: You are informed that a registration for the opening of tne Flathead Indian reservation in Mon tana, the Coeur d'Alene Indian res ervation in Idaho and the Spokane Indian reservation in Washington will begin on July 15 and end un August 5, 1909. Any person qualified to make either an original, a second or an additional homestead entry may register for lands in any or all of these reservations. All who desire to register must go, in person, to the fol lowing registration points to swear to their applications for registration; to either Kalispell or Missoula, Montana, to register for Flathead lands, to Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, to register for Coeur d'Alene lands and to Spokane, Washington, to register for Spokane lands. Applications for registration ma...

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. — 23 June 1909

J - WIfS SU BACD FAST.COlING CLEVELAND BLUES DOWN CHICAGO IN TWO CLOSE GAMES. OTAN6iNG OF THE CLUBS. American League. Club- Won. Loaf. Pct. bet rot.. ......... '6 19 .665 i91jadelphia .......... 29 23 .556 ' 8tt1on ................. 30 24 . C56 Q aeveland ................ 29 24 .547 New. fork .......... 25 26 .490 9 1 Y t . ................ 23 28 .451 ,Waiinoton .......... 19 32 .373 St. I~oiia ................ 19 34 .354 National .League. Oybe Won. Lost. Pet. tO burg .................38 13 .745 Chao ............. 35 18 .060 ' Newa rk .............. 24 22 .522 jQ~iciiwpati ..2............ 8 96 .519 hiladolphila .......... 24 25 .490{ .t. L olis .... ... 23 30 .434 , ooklyn ................ 77 33 .34,01 oston .................... 13 35 .271 AMERtoAN .L.AGUE. Two in' 'Row. Cei~ago, June 22.-Cleveland took. both' games of a double-header from. Chicago today. Scores: First game- It. IT. 32. C hicago ..... .......... ................. 2 6 1 Clevelan.rl . . ............ 8., . 0 Battsleas-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

Daily Puzzle THERI YOU ARE. Her husband wants a lot of "dough" To please his (very whimn Hut she has coin to burn, and so She's just the match for him. Find him. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Left side down, in tree. I v ý4 0 The A One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follbws: Box Q-Ono W. G. D.-One R. O.-One W. M. H.-One H. B.-One C. I. Braun-One A. F.-One Hustler-Three X. 4 X.-Ono Piano-Eight WANTED-TO BUY. WANTED TO BUY THE MIS snula Hide & Junk Co., 521 Cedar street. Highest prices paid for old metal, rubber, bottles and hides. All orders called for. rhonsa 996. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-160 ACRES OF LAND with C5 or 70 acres in crop. Also farming tools (all new), horses, har ness and wagons. Seven head of horses, four working horses and three colts. Ten miles from Mis soula. Grar Valley. Wm. V. Cyr. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-LODGING HOUSE, 10 rooms, at 117 West ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 June 1909

4.1 ouh's Beet Groery SPECIAL ckers'* "Hlf-Minutet Coffee Pots r-qArt lsizes, $2.25 value..$1.50 w' qua rt sizes, $1.75 value..$1.25 For This Week. j>ANDALL'S DRAPE JUICE Absolutely Pure, Quarto, per bottle .. .......OL PAlts~ per bottle ... ......OC Hal' Pints, per bottle... .............10* Phone 98 THE BUSY CORNER. arpen Your Razor hJils week we will sell you a gen ise IMPORTED RAZOR HONE, uaranteed to give you perfect sat tion and of tested tjuality, for 75 CIA f We have only a few left, and It a need a hone, this is your "rancee Strnember to use our Quick De ' very erv ice to any part of the city. Phone us, No. 16, and see how culckly your order is filled. Issaul Drug Co. HOiLk~ES;.EAND RETAIL Hiee Avenue and Front Street. Missoula, Mont. al Pper ..Double CRoll At.. SIMONS 812 Wiggins Ave. werytng at 'best and newest In niture and house and ce furnishings is to lie :> und in the new stoeklin cur n w store. The stock Stuie.de, some surpassing ly fine pieces as well as the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 June 1909

THE WEATHER [E 'T kA J Y IF.. U TT *WRLS Today"- eneraiiy fair.E ' E E Connection btwenbue Tomorrow-Fa ir TH E I AIL Y M ISSO U.LI [A N and seter n the VOL. XXXVI. NO. 50. MISSOlTILA, MONTANA, TH1111 BSDAY MX[ORNIN(, JINE 2., 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS OCAL EAGLES MAKE GOOD SHOWING ISSOULA REPRESENTATIVES AT BUTTE CONVENTION CREATE AN IMPRESSION. arger Portion of Those in Attendance Upon the Gathering Spend the Day Taking in the Sights of the Mining City But Committees Ara Busy at Work Preparing for Sessions. peial to The Daily Missoulisn. Butte, June 23.-The Eagles have inllete possession of Butte, and the ty has been one of sight-seeing for ie greater portion of the visitors, al tough the different committees have t in a busy afternoon getting the ports in readiness for the business ssion tomorrow. George Pringle, ate president, has general charge of e business offices and is making a lendid presiding officer. The Missoula delegation is an espe ally strong one and is making a good pre...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 June 1909

MN0Cormick's Addition No. 2 Located on West Cedar Street I am offering for sale all of McCormick's addition No. 2 with the exception of a few lots, at away down bargain prices, on easy terms of one tlird cash, balance one and two years. These lots are close in, desirably located; all have city water in alley; many of them hate large bearing fruit trees; every lot Is a bargain. Call in early before the best lots are taken. --o Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. HUGH CAMERON DIES. Iugh Canmeron, aged 73, died at noon yesterday at 516 West Spruce street. He was born in Canada and had re sided in Montana for the past two years. He was a farmer by occupa tion. NOTICE. James E. Smith Is leaving the city and notifies all persons indebted to Ilim to pay same at Smith's Siding saloon. How's Thias We otter One Iundred Dollars Reward for anyý c55e of Catarrb that cannot be cored by Hall'Catarrh Cure. F. J. CHENtY& CO. Troledo, 0. ...

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