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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

This Big Modern, Up-to-Date, Reliable Store Gives You Best Bargains, Best Merchandise and Best Service Every Day in the Week Read the story of today's offerings and see if there isn't a saving for you on something that you made up your mind you must have at once. You know if you get it here, whether it is in the line of women's, men's or children's wearables, you can depend on its being right. There are extra inducements today on ladies' and men's suits, shoes, millinery, muslin underwear, waists, draperies, rugs and carpets. Come and get your share of the big'bargain offerings. CROWNING CLOTHING EVENT THIS SEASON Men'sF urnishings Priced Extremely Low Ours is a sale, wherein the giving of big values in men's clothing for a nominal sum Sale of Men's 75c Silk Ties at 3 for $1 of money is a strict adherence to deeds, not words. Here is a saving of $10.00 on a (,l know that yol never in your li.t paid less tlhan 3a0 for a s.lk four-in-hand; 75e is the regula' iprice of these pretty tie...

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. — 27 June 1909

SDO YOU KNOW SThih .the Bitter Root valley is the largest of the famous fruit-growing *dihtriets of the northwest? That the Bitter Root is larger than the combined areas of the Hood river, ,Wpnatchee and Yakima valleys? That the Mcintosh Red apple attains its highest state of perfection in the Bitter Root? That the Ilrgest 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 mker? 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 tho Bitter Root? That there is no other district so attractive as to scenery and climate as the Bitter Root? The Bitt...

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. — 27 June 1909

AMERICAN BISON SOCIETY PUBLISHES ANNUAL REPORT President Horanday Tells of Establishing of Buffalo Preserve by United States Government and of How Bill Was Urged by Mon tana's Junior Senator---Some Interesting Facts. Friends of the buffalo in Missoula and Montana halve received copies of the second annual report of the Amer iean society, of which Dr. Morton J. l'lrod of the University of M onitana is a prominent member aLnd officer. Fea tures of the report, which is made up in a 2..page volume, with many illus tr:ations, are ieporits of the society's president, WiVlliam T. I-Iornadny ofl tile New York zoological park, and1its se retary, Ernest Harold l3aynes of Ciin cinnati. Prominent mention is marlde of Dr. Elrod, who is a member of the society's hoard of lmini tgers iand On ~" Z ·'1~' ; · " : ··.t j ....iii.: ··'' r" ·r r' · ~· ·i ·r' ·:;: ·- ·::;~ .·,,~ i.. "'~ r ··~ . ~· · · ' ~·.. . ~ · . ·~~ ·. ···;.:. ·.1· i'r ,·r p i'" ~· ;:7).:~ · -q·o·r· ·-· ·-r ·-·,:~,:i" .;":rl· ~I· · :...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

P1# ITS TARIFF SISuoC ; A DUTY ON COCAINE WOU'LDO AID POLICE DEPART MENTS OF COUNTRY. New York, June 2f.--eelaring thiat all the police reands of the country would be greatly helped if a practi eally. prohibitive tariff was placed on foreign cocaine and internal revenue restrictions on the domestic supply of the deardly drug, Theodor,, A. iHing haio, police commissioner of this city, ias 'today written Senator" Aldrich urging that congress give thirs protrc tion to all Amnrican homes. '1'h) siread of the cocainc craze in New York city hals beionlr "wides. rieal and insidious," (leneral tinghamlllll points out, and already his deirartlrlerrt has listed 63 drug stores as sslllrrlced of extensive Illicit sales to victims of tils' drug. If this national eivil is to be checked, it Is tile opinion of the pIolice head ihere, congress rllust at once follow tile recomrrllrllndationiii of the American Health league Irrull shlllt off by a tariff tax the secret sources of supply from iabroad by...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

LATEST NEWS OF THE DAY IN THE REALM OF SPOR "FIGHTING DICK" HYLAND KNOCKS OUT LEACH CROSS IN FORTY-FIRST ROUND One of the Most Sensational Fights in Modern Ring History, Char acterized by the Gameness and Recuperative Powers of the New York Pugilist-Dentist---Cross Has Better of Early Rounds but Weakens Later. DICK HYLAND A~ND LEACH cROSS Arena, San Francisco. June 20.-- "Fighting Dick" Hyland knocked out Leach Cross of New York In the 41st round of a scheduled 46-round battle at the Colma arena this afternoon. The fight \vas one of the most sensa tional of modern ring history and was characterized by the gameness and re cuperative powers of the Now York pugilist-dentist. He was floored fully 15 times during the contest and after the 25th round fought practically on the defensive only. All .Cross Until Twelfth. This was Cross' initial battle on California soil anti the first time he had fought oyer 10 rounds. He start ed in as chipper as a lark. For the first 10 rounds he was the ac...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

l! S 1 1:sou 1a's Best Fruits Arriving Daily P inenpplesR Penches Plums Apricots : Stf'awbcrries Raspberries Oranges Lemions Limes WATERMELONS PHONE 98 THE BUSY CORNER. Sharpen Your Razor This week we will sell you a gen ulne IMPORTED RAZOR HONE, guaranteed to give you perfect sat isfactlon and of tested quality, for 75 CENTS We have only a few left, and if you .need a hone, this is your chance. Remember to use our Quiick De livery Service to any part of the city. Phone us, No. 16, and see how quickly your order is filled. WHOLESAL E AND RETAIL PHONE i Higgins Avenuae and Front Street. MjesOulia, Mont. SWall Paper 1Ocf Double |:: , Roll At SIMONS 812 Higgins Ave. Everything That is best anid newest in furniture and house and office furnishings is to lie found in the new stock is our .new store. The stock includes some surpassing ly fine pieces as well as the substanttial, wear-resisting furniture which comes from the best makers, Call at the new store. J. M. Lucy& Sons CORNER HI...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY MISSOULIAN SPECIAL FEATURES M[ISSOU3LA, MONTANA, SUNIDAY MI1,NINI(, JU'NE\ 27, 19)09. l~ll.1--.-·-----------llllill·--' - ~ L - -·r - Y A ,c t I< ME ANr _ i •.AF-e ==== ..ii Only one woiman inl thi' whilll United States can enjoy alt ;.. tin the unique distinction of tIe ing the first lady inl tl', land. Mirs. William H. Taft must iJerfor:c iei2 oi sidered the most distinguished hostess at this time in the United States, and just as her famous husband lhas around lim notable adIvisers, cotilllos ing his cabinet, so Mrs. Taft hue the counsel and support of the chief ludly in the househlold of each ciabinet offi cer. In the l'resent iur''en emeni'it Mi. Taft has one the better of his better halt, in that the presidient has nine law'ful and legal advisers in his cabinet, while the willful and confirmed bacit. lordom of Postmaster General I-litmhtl cock has hitherto dterived Mrs. Taft of one of the normal quota in her (ci cle of cabinet ladies. There is a ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

L EATI L AIMERICAN ACTRESS HSTROUBLE AHEAD IN COURT "s' ir New York, June 26.-The famous rGlacia Calla, who has received more notoriety than perhaps any other American beauty who chose the stage as a profession, faces suit. Through the activity of a trio of French detec tivee, in the vicinity of her home town to light that a new move in the case to light that a new more in the case is coptemplated. It declared that suit is soon to be brought in the courts of France Which, for sensational evi dence, will totally eclipse the action in which the famous New Hampshire beauty charged her husband, Paul E. Roy .Of Paris, with the murder of her brothlr, Charles Carkins. Headed by Mons. Primeaux, one of the cleverest sleuths of the French capital, these detectives have been collecting evidence, and have been shadowing Glacia Calla since she left her home in Newington last summer, shortly after the indictment of her husband for murder by a Portsmouth Jury. The detectives have examined the cour...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

Ar J~zzile oface~re ! r VdyIA Tramm ý> A ,of,;:,i 'ace a, E br9 iY2 ýý,,_ ., ; ;: ' ý ýý I 11111 : >t>tý "_ ; ý ý >'.' < ass: ?ý ý;', !. t ý ýý ý' ý"ý ,)Nk} `7\:15 a:'aý ý 'ý.` `:. ' ý . litl ý {,: '" ,','~ a c ;ý ' ltl J( I ý'!I ld I ý.,&° ý\ .r"' ý, a~ pBs~~ 8alllfll(;~~ ;~'6; : rff .4 tf %y ,t.C: 1 / g 7{ It s.. s,, r ..3 " <~n~asr--~ p~S~~- l~ HOSE . fo'.us who are beginning steathily, in the fastnesses of our own chambers, to pluck out the first tell-tale gray hairs, remember the days when basques were worn in summer time; when tightly buttoned, tightly fitted, capably whaleboned bodices, lined with good, strong silesia, were debined entirely proper for cus tunces to be worn on sultry summer days. How nous avons change tout cela! Now we fare abroad of a midsummer afternoon with garb so coolly diapha nous, so frankly revealing rosy flesh and rosier lingerie' ribands beneath that the old-fashioned bodice with its stout lining -aid unyielding, snugly stretche...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

u jhed Every y i9 n the Year. 0OttA u _ P"thaslmNa co. 1$ and 1,1 'West Main Street, Mis sotl;, Montana. rd at the poetfotice at Missoula, utana, as second-class mail matter. iSUSCRIPTION RATES (in Advance) D.: ly, one month ............. $0.75 Dail y, three months ................... 2.25 : Daly, six months .............. .............. 4.00 Daily, one year ............................... 8.00 W eekly, one year................................. 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. ... ELEPHONE NUMBER s:'- iness Office 110 Editorial Rooms "SUBi CRIBERS' PAPERS 'ii he Missouilan is anxious to give thie best carrier service; therefore sub adilbehs are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give : old- address also. Money orders and Sheiks should be made payable to a, he Missoulian Publishing Company. SUNDAY, JUNEi 27, 1909. PASSING EVENTS -Aternating rains and sunshine have brought joy to the heart of the agri cultur'st, and wh...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

ýNý , * ý ~a _. of .. .«v...... ý. f.,t "ý ýk " Yr ýý i ýi Mý pý.s , t ~~: ,r'~~ #ISEY".s .·- i, 1 00 4.^ýý,, ý a.r i' r ý fwý ý .5""ý+n ý ý ý S The events: of the week have been fewv and informal In character; society hdA been sav lrg its energy, and per haps, tob, its, dihles, for the great cir 6us; ehildt'en were in demand, and not inany were 'overlooked on the ausbi ,lons daoy. Matuy little parties 'were planlned to see the show, and so great was thet Interest shownr that a large nurhber of people were on the.'grounds early to see the fascinating work of unloading the wagons, animals, etc. On this day (ill are children again, great and small. Dancing Party. One of the inoot dellyhtful affairs of the week' vas" the "german," which waVB 'gi'ven Friday evening in Btarbor & Marshall's hall by a number of young ladies. While the .affair was limited in numbers, yet those present were of a delightful geniality and have participated iri many pleasurable events prior to this ohe. The...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

K ý . . ,: ;, r, " ` ,. :t l tt:%:",',;ý!?:::q::; 4 /-7,Z a»ý ý R ýarLi ý .T IS little wonder that people in 1 crowded districts, shut in by, brick and mortar, deprived of lowers, with none of the privileges of `country life,. should thirst for substi tutes, for woods and fields and the glimpses of rural landscapes that i.lrksi aford. Parks for cities are. a Seiid .born of necessity. The health and happiness of the public demand .that open spaces should be provided Sor. public use. President Roosevelt' was the. first to suggest that sol liions of municipal probleias might be ob ,tained through congress having direct control of the city governmenit at Wsthington and making it a model muninipality. If this were feasible one of the first movements wohuld be toward the establishment of a park syestem, for open places and public pilaygr'tunds are necessary for the de ývelopxment of wholesome citizenship. Though the park movement has grown wonderfully In the past few years, so that approx...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

Is not much money for a lot which is close in and which is covered with bearing fruit trees. I am ready to sell you any or all of the lots in McCor mick's addition No. 2, which are not occupied. These lots are strictly a city proposition; they are close to the business center of town and they are delightfully situated. The addition is reached by West Cedar street and extends back to Toole aveuue.. There are about 200 lots in my holdings and I am going to sell them at figures which are better than reasonable. These lots are the closest-in proposition there is on the market; they are just the place for a home for a man whose business is in town and who yet desires a place where he can have a little orchard and a good yard. The 200 lots have been priced at figures which range from $200 to $500. The top price is for the lots that are covered with bearing fruit trees; that is cer tainly the lowest figure that was ever made in this city for this sort of an offer. The average price is $350...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

HOW TO LOCATE ON LANDS OF THE FLATHEAD RESERVE '.The detailed instructions as to th milethod of procedure in the registra tion and entering in connection wit .the Flathead reservatimo opening, a set forth officially is as follows: Dear sir: You are informed that registration for the opening of It, Fllathead Indian reservation in Mon tans, the Coeur d'Alene Indlan res ervation in Idaho and the Sp,okon 'Indian reservation' in W slhinglor will begin on .July 15 anl cnd uo August f5, 1909. Any person qualifier to 'make either an orig.nal, a seront 'or an additional homestead entry mai register for lands in rtny or all 01 these reservations. All who delriro tI register must go, in person, to the fol lowing registration points to swear tI 'their applicationt for registration; to either Kallspell or Missouia, uMontana, to register for Flathead lands. t, :Coeur d'Alene, Idahto, to register for Coeur d'Aline lands and to Slplkane, Washington, to register for Spokane lands. Applications for r...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

Representative Business Houses of Missoula, Monan Dixon Foot-Form THE SMOKE HOUSE SShoe Store tAK/ J: CIGARS 119 Hgins Av N anufacturers of Fie Hb a Cht of tr in 125 0'r1'bo y. W 1^. I-lOOPER CIGARS './aitOE err icinMIER epSUpplies a, T,.1 Lu TAhe a t e r ' Kt e r S r P L ad Vager ni, ... ,,, nP; N and, Who..sale adt h('tO ii a" TX ., ole " ... ,... . " rUL PnEMIER CE yRE B y V, issoulaMarbe&GraniteWorks W o r{ a L BESNPROP 112-114 WES SPRUCE ST., MISSO LA. AouleSE, SCENIC G ORE'IN ' PROP.U" 1 t .ýda adnpf /ls /s M M to turer and Dealer in 11i Ith b""t 0.. 1 1 uita( l1 ii'i Is n the ITALIAN AN AMERICAN MARBLESE p S,. m u an :dUture of our br' o SCOTCH, SWEDISH AND AMERICANO eh d ..~Hardware O p atr -undr ', GRANITES D MONUMENTS.O.TABLETS SiSt , , A large stoc1k of the above always on hand SIPhone 569 P.O Box 245 / / furnishing the inest work in the sate are un p) V apl tion O S L N My facilities fur produciLSng andC Western MonUlana F/ourin1 Co. 0 You Own Your Own liome? The Bes...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

T WO Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Rests M ulliluian : R.uni y previous advertise ine.t h"t3e been too busy to write a; new one. and this will remind Deo le that Over the Western Montana Bank You Wil Find '.R.VanVaIel Me WIIsqI you a i¶ e ~oi th . sist pos.ibl termsti, andt at 1he JoW('i, posible O 1$ice4. o trdtdlh:e to 'ShOW vot, i and von ar e eanesttlV re(uest'ed to look him' up before biur chi~ing.' a Few r.3 --Buys a cosy cot tace of 4 rooms, concrete founda tion and cellar walls: city water; plastered; lot 40x130 feot, and room in stable for 4 horses fAind cow. $2.250-A good 5-room - cottage; electric libhtl, city water and a bathroom ready: dele gatitly pap red; 80x130 feet ground, on n corner"; shade, fruit trees and shrubbery; fine lawn, and a rood barn. $*25004-Six-rooui modern ,i hOiust, close hi to school facilities, ,n south side: a well built and comfortable home. $2,250--A live-room mod ern cottaLe. con veniently located. A finely planned home, and a bargain. THESE...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

ADependable Medium of Sale or Exchange A. wo SThe m.Mass A4ho,, Ad One of tday's little ads may hol. the germ of good fort une for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: G.-One. Timber.-One. 555.-One. Chas. i'. lBr'aun R. O.-One. Pla ao-Si-:. 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. " ,on 656. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. LEAVING(} CITY; WILL SELL cheap four lots in block 19, South Missoula addition. H. I., Missouliain. 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- Volley. Win. V. Cyr. FOR SALE-400 ACRES ON TIHE west side of the river, between Grantsdale and Hamilton, $90 per acre; 160 acres of the above in or chard. 480 acres between Stevens ville and Florence. Ab...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 June 1909

PAGE OF MISSOULA BOOSTERS--ALL LIVE, ONESexrieed O NDeEW LOGAN. FRANK MIX. FRANK GLEASON DgrocerR. on tomtrsts in H. J. RIESLAND. C. P. CHERRY CHARLES SCHg at resident of Missouila that hie coulld A bas('btll player, ,9 fam from tim own glasses anld is l'tecognized as at leader *I will be" knowr Fh t live anyw here ols o if le w ould, b.gin nig tn d t S ue 'essru l me *ch at . is profession, tha n k n o w j ht ll lwe is always )n the square O nd Y s Hns pina e is headquarters for news lSandsomCt li lpoputlar, and magatzhnes atnd you/'ret weultcole RUSSELL & NEWQUIST* poses to niake i there. ..i CýýFGREEN & ELLINGHOUSE is mao but he has to look afterT proprietors of the Eclipse stables are ','. meperenct horstoc n a nd ;, hii es. f"h ey hel up-te', Sblacksmith shop once inrin a while toe. w young men who have started abee- he . i"/.'.'''.high-class nmeat market and are mak- - op things goingng it win. They remayor part of the town e stsouthart a good blacksmith. andgood place...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 June 1909

THE WEATHER '"TEiILY MOAWIRELESS Vor X lXouI. OO MadIAYL0AN and seller Is tENTS VOL. XXXVI. AO 53., MISSOi'rA, MlONTA'NA, MCI)\AY 1' )11Iý\It. N. .1NE 28, 19O9. PRICE FIVCET RIDES AGAINST DE ATH ON HORNS OF BUFFRLO Bison Goaded to Madness Charges Roundup Rider's Horse and Gores It to Death JOHN DECKER IS HERO OF THRILLING EXPERIENCE Infuriated Beast Lifts Steed Upon Its Horns and Half Carries, Half Pushes Animal and Rider for a Dis tance of Three Hundred Yards or More Across Corral at Ronan. With his horse impaled upon the horns of a rnaddened 'buffla , Johnnie Docker, expert roundup rider, hi: a ride against death Saturday on the Flathe'td reservation such as fe taen experience and live to tell the story. The horse was gored to death by the infuriated beast and it is little short of a miracle that its rider escaped wnith out a scratch save a fet minor bruises, sustained when he and his horse were thrown front the horns of the beast. Decker's thrilling ride to what seemed certain de...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 June 1909

nmigh Quality Merchandise THE [you lill Be £atis f ied The Golden Rule, Miissoula's ost popular tr*ndinn center, will shortly undergo <l enilire change of man- ___ N______I__ginning with (1 Tiesday, July t, i Goiden our agement, and beginning hlis mlorning our inn I Clear- wil lo is dok rn, in ide that in1.tord iofl ince Rule }rill be known as it ('hangs of Pitni Sale, eulire stook may he made, aur upon itrol dltisi fo, which grealeo and niore svweping redil ions bare the new uanagemeut will assume Boni been made in every depaitt n I n of Ihis great sin., Bang Your f'riends lOith ýou and . ttend his qreat ,Vale r-is. will he resiuieil anclei the same nait . Potions You axe urged to attenul. -.9t Wi Bet ou Cstn eeftMl rervive the stine storonus treatmn,, ad o are in-iled to make this store your shopping oot. CHAN M SAL The new firm which will soon take over the control of the Golden Rule has great plans for the future, and in accordance with the wishes of the incoming management, ...

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