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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 March 1909

IN THE RAILWAY WORLD STEEL GANG EARING ' MISSOULA TRACK-LAYING OUTFIT AT THEL MA-WILL BE IN MISSOULA NEXT WEEK. Announcement was made yesterday that the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound track-laying outfit would reach Thelma by 6 o'clock last night, and would make two and one-half miles' progress during the day. Thelma is about 10 miles east of Missoula and about seven and one-half miles east of the point where the Puget Sound line steel will be coupled together.. The local officials are of the opinion that the rails will be joined aobut Wednes day night. This will give the new road a complete track through both ways, with the exception of about five miles between Bearmouth and Hell Gate and a short distance at Nimrod station, where the company will use the tracks of the Northern Pacific until about June 1. Steel laying was finished in the St. Paul pass tunnel early this week, but there remains a stretch of about 1,000 feet to be coupled up at the east por tal. This will be fini...

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. — 27 March 1909

t .'. SPRING'S CHARMING MILLINERY AT $5.00, $7.50 AND $10.00. All the newest, attractive shapes; smart, exclusive models representing the latest Paris and New York styles-hats that are really worth nearly double what they are priced at. Every new tendency in shape of brim and crown-effecti ve shapes in Neapolitan, Milan and- French chip are here portrayed. The new models include the large turbans-large flat shapes and bell models, beautifully trimmed with wings and flowers. All the new spring shades are included. Exquisite y_ -+ Spring Suits Suits At $23.75 You will agree with us when we say the suits we are offering You should see these hand- at this remarkably low price are some garments and be con- the best ever. Here is a collec vinced of their value. tion of jaunty new suits'from Swhich any one can make a se Here's a large assortment, all lection - striped serges and entirely new, crisp and beau- satin Prunellas in newest tiful, and all exclusive models. shadves and most correc...

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. — 27 March 1909

Big, Modern Store Resplendent in Spring Readiness Dry Goods Specials "LOVELY," "Magnificent," "Superb," "Grand" and many At the CARPET STORE such are the ejaculations of wonderment and appreciation On the thd floor is the largest carpet to Houdekeeping needs, materials for house dresses and that visitors are saying about the wonderfully fine spring showing handsomest in Missoula. Our early shipments of new spring waists, and general necessities now priced at a great saving at Donohue's. A crowning millinery display and a voluminous floor coverings, curtains and draperies enable us to suPly to the economical housewife. assortment of fine wearing apparel and furnishings for both sexes emphasizes the fact the needs of spring house cleaners. Today we are offering 25c Madras and Mercerized Wais.tings in white, striped that "The Big Modern Store" is, without a rival, the style center of Missoula and western some gool savings in our and figured designs, specially priced at, yaft..............

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 March 1909

POSTPONEMENT OF REACTION INDICATES LACK OF INCLINA TION TO 8ELL STOCKS. New York. March 26.-The dullness of the stock market was accentuated today, but the character of the mar bet was but little changed. Reaction is postp~ied in spite of the running of the dd. and, and from this it is inferreig ibt there is no inclication to *ell sto k' The demand remains, how Over, at ery 4ow stage. Interest today Centered chiefly in a few low grade Stocks and the movement in these had no other reason, so far as was re vealed, than the suspected operations of pools in the stocks. The Gould group was unevenly strong. There were continued rumors of a compre bensive plan to reorganize the Mis Souri Pacific finances. Atchison showed a belated benefit from the good net earnings for February. There was reported a likllhood that the anthracite companies would dis oontinue mining operations on April 1 in the event of a failure to reach an agreement with the miners by that time, rather than continue work p...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 March 1909

Daily Puzzle MAKING THE MOST OF A PROVERB. "I dreamed last night, my dear," she "Ah, do you know, my dear," said said, he, "That you bought me a new` spring "That by contraries dreams go hat, all? And I kissed you like when first we So you'll wear this spring, it seems to wed me, And never had had a spat." The hat that you wore last fall." Find a more indulgent husband. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Right side down in skirt. AOne of today's little ads n ,ay hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: M. V.-Three. J. J.-One. L. -Two. M. R.-One. H. G.-One.' No. 1.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 23, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. -MODERN FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE on McCormick street. Apply 801 North Second street west. MISSOULA INCOME PROPERTY, netting 8 per cent on the investment. Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 March 1909

T ptiag Lenten Caed and Salt Fish T"~ AM Fresh Mackerel, in eans; very fine; our price, per can .......................10# NO 'tAIBA-Deep-Sea Shellfish et so"tps, salads and fry; per lokerel-- very fine, for family, fr .. ..................34. ,Smoked Fish Today we offer some of the very fnlest smoked fish, all daily by ex ZIppered Salmon, lb ........ s0 Desmed Herring. lb .........S5# Black Diamond Salmon, lb ...954 Sranin Raddie, lb ............90S THE BUSY CORNER. Phone M TOILET PAPER We are overstocked on some kinds, and to close out offer OIA SHELL TOILET PAPER AT So PER PACKAGE. This is a nice, soft paper and is a bargain at this price. Our stock is not large and it won't last long. OTHER KINDS. Wobndrous, 4 packages for ........S54 ..Waverly, 3 rolls for ......... 35.......... W aldort, $ rolls for ....................1`4 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hamrrond heok. Misseula SEE THE New Spring Patterns OF WALL PAPER AT SIMONS 812 Higgins Ave. Phone 139 Red Carpets a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

THE WEATHER SPRING |THE DAILY MISSOUULIAN =: Today-oRain or now I. VOL. XXXV. NO. 327. MISSOULA,. MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MAhRCH 28, 1909. PRICE FIVE CEET . - - - I w· t U•V1' V 1n A V f I A * I II I -r INDIANS AND OFFICERS FIGHT PITCHED BATTLE fn Sanguinary Encounter at Hickory Ground, Okla., Two Deputy Sheriffs Are Killed. EFFORT TO ARREST CREEK CHIEF CAUSES TROUBLE Five Officers Who Attempt to Serve Warrant on Leader of Band Engage in Desperate Encounter With Red Men ---Third Member of Party Is Wounded and National Guard Is Ordered Out. Oklahoma City, Okla., March 27.- - In a pitched battle at Hickory Ground at 6 o'clock this evening between a posse of five officers and 20 Creek Ilhdians of the Snake clan, Officers Edward Daum of Checotoah and Her man Odom of Checotoah were killed. Frank Jones and William Carr, other members of the posse, escaped without injury and fled to the settlements, where the news of the battle was tele phoned to Sheriff Odom of McIntosh county. Frank Swi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

0Cash $800 On Time : ,.O00 is what I am offering a new 4-room cot t just being completed; well built, with stucco plaster, cement foundation and cellar; city water in house; electric lights; a large lot, 50x150, facing on two streets This splendid home is located just across the street from Judge Knowles' handsome resi dence and is a splendid property. Here is a fine home and a chance to get away from the rent man, or a good investment. It will ,rent for $20 per month. Call in and let me show you this. JAS. M. RHOADES REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572. HAMMOND BLOCK. LOCAL BREVITIES Smoke Wim. Hooper cigars. A. B. Ollnch of Butte paid this city a business visit yesterday. Ring 268 black for Ed's hack. J. 8. Keith of Bonner spent a few hour. in the city yesterday. Meet me at the billiard parlors. Mike Power came down from Ham titin yesterday on business. Jaese M. Rhoades, fire insurance. C. 8. Morgan of Spokane is a Mis eoula visitor for a few days. Marh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

HARNOIS THEATER C. A. Harnois, Owner and Manager. ONE NIGHT Tuesday, March 30 JULES MURRY PRESENTS Paul Gilmore IN "Boys of Company B" PAUL GILMORE A MILITARY COLLEGE COMEDY. One year Lyceum Theater, New York City. Full of Youth, Ufe, Vigor and Music Social Dramatic Event of the Season Carriages 11 p. m. No free list. Prices, $1.50, $1.00, 50c. Seat sale Monday, 9 a. m., at Harnois Theater. HARNOIS Theater C. A. HARNOIS, Manager. Friday, April 2 BOSTON FIRST TIME HERE PHILA. New York's Bigges and best Chicago's As presented one entire year at the Knickerbocker Thea ter, New York city; three months at the Grand Opera House, Chicago; also same in Boston and Philadelphia. Charles Dillingham's Complete Production By Henry Blossom and Victor Herbert, authors of "Mlle. Modiste," headed by Walter Wells, as "Con Kid der;" Neil McNeil as "Kid Conner;" together with sup porting company of 60, augmented orchestra and the famous sextette of DUTCH KIDDIES Which New York Raved Over SEE The Escape...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

SWILL ANIOUNCE PLANS I4E COMMITTEE WILL REPORT SHORTLY-OTHER BUILD INS GOING UP PAST. The building weather received its first check in the past month yedter |'y, when the light rainfall in the aft. ernoon stopped the bricklayers on ser eral of the buildings which are going qp, but for the most part the new -tructures are well enough along so pat the work was not affected in the least by the dampness. Up at the Lucy block the interior finishing has been well started and the builders were busy yesterday putting In the front along Higgins avenue. All of this freat will be filled with show windows, the marble bases of which were being put in yesterday, and the Stildlng will be one of the best busl ness structures in the city when it is inieshed. Both floors are to be psed by Mr. Lucy for the accomodation of his furniture business and he is making the building fit his needs. Elks' New Buildina. The foundation work for the Elks' new building has been finished an preparations for the compl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

SeeOurFurnitureAdonPage 16 MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY Carpetand RugAd sPag Easter--Two Weeks from Today--High Time to Get Ready If everybody reached the depot just on time, half would be left or the train would be belated. The woman or man who comes in the day before - Easter shall be served as carefully as the attendant rush will permit, but why wait until the last moment? We are ready to serve you now and you know that early buying has advantages worth considering--first of all there's the advantage of leisurely selection and complete, not picked over ,stock to select from. Next, if alterations are required, we can give them the necessary care instead of rushing them through. Next, the satisfaction of feeling that / the thing is done and you can quietly watch the late ones in their hurried efforts. DO NOT WAIT FOR AN "OPENING." This formality was dis pensed with here several seasons back. As fast as new goods are received they are inspected to see that they come up to our standar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

Exquisite Suits You should see these handsoue garments and be convinced of their value. Iere's a large assortment, all ,ntirely new, crisp and beau tiful, and all exclusive models. It is a relief to know that you :won't mneet a dozen other people wearing a suit exatly like your ownu-and then there is that marked style distctinction embodied in every suit that certainly appeals to thq person of taste. We alter all suits and skirts without charge. Spring Suits at $23.75 You will agree with us when we say the suits we are offer ing at this remarkably low price are the best ever. Here is a collection of jaunty new suits from which anyone can make a selection-striped serges and satin Prunellas in newest shades and most correct styles. Easily worth $27.50 to $30.00. Our price ...................... p23.75 Spring's Charming Millinery AT $5.00, $7.50 AND $10.00. All the newest, attractive shapes; smart, ex elusive models representing the latest Paris and . New York styles--hats that are rea...

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. — 28 March 1909

Big, Modern Store Resplendent in Spring Readine Dry Goods Specials "LOVELY," "Magnificent," "Superb," "Grand" and many At the CARPET STOR r G o o d s specials such are the ejaculations of wonderment and appreciation On the third floor is the largest carpet store an the Y . On tihe third floor is the largest carpet stoe n Housekeeping needs, materials for house dresses and that visitors are saying about the wonderfully Jine spring showing handsomest in Missoula. Our early shipments of new spriug waists, and general necessities now priced at a great saving at Donohue's. A crowning millinery display and a voluminous floor coverings, curtains and draperies enable us to supply to the economical housewife. assortment of fine wearing apparel and furnishings for both sexes emphasizes the fact the needs of spring house cleaners. Today we are ofelg S that "The Big Modern Store" is, without a rival, the style center of Missoula and western some good savings in our 25a nd figured designs, speci...

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. — 28 March 1909

NO TABA-Deep-SeT OERYsh aSmod aked Salt Fish CAMN CASS Fresh Mkerel. in ~ ; a'v finwe ; our pome of the ver eSalnon, lb ........SO# R err.n. , b ..........S. # Diamond S almon, b ...Sllfi THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 99 on Should Know that Fowler's Dyspepsia Cure has cured many Misnoullans of severe and distressing stomach troubles, and we guarantee it will cure you if you will take it. It is a scientific preparation, pre pared with care from the purest and best drugs to be had; is a tonic to the general system and will buiy eld you up, enable you td eat anything and digest.it; mane you strong and happy and life worth living. Large bottles, each ....................... i ssoula DrugN Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 8aummend Blelk. Minowula. hatprin Patterns OF ALL PAPER 1It Higgins Ave. Pheone 19 Red Carpets and kugs Your spring cleaning will develop the need of new floor coverings ana new window hangings. We have them-an abundant snd well assorted stock of the very latest designs and the very ...

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. — 28 March 1909

EDI..T. scmj THE DAILY MSSOU IA AN AEI 7 MISSOULA, MON'ANA, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 28, 1909. \~-- VR sI.U 1w v ~: \ '4V '·?:~ i~~e MIMIV d n, Qre 8are Pct c 1'? Am t~e~rlcd irl a a _In _ I i T H1E Gatun dam has a well established position as the bug aboo of the canal. The Chagres used to be the arch-bogey, but now the structure which is designed to restrain that vexatious stream has usurped the first place in the interest and apprehension of the public. The criticisms and suspicions that have been directed against the great dam can only be accounted for by the fact that it is the key to the whole plan and the most essential feature of it. Any discredit that can be cast upon it affects the entire lock level project, and so the opponents cf the canal concentrate their attacks on what they consider the most vulnerable quarter. The average individual, lacking tech nical knowledge of the subjest, is prone to accent these strictures. To him the mere side of the huge mound involves a menace...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

UNION PRINTERS REST ,WHEN DAYS OF WORK ARE O'ER UNION PRINTERS' HOME. COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. Through the co-operation of 45,000 unlon printers In the United States and Canada, there is maintained at Colorado Springs, Colo., a home unique among the humanitarian insti tutions of the world. A model from hioh other unions and fraternal or auisations have copied methods, the Union Printers' home is supported by a 15 cent monthly asseement, which means that each member of the Inter sational Typographloal union gives to the home one minute of his working time every day. This yields an annual saiome of $90,000 for maintenance and mLprovebments. The oritinal $10,000 gnl by G. W. Cbilds and A. J. Drexel met the Julia A. Ladd $1,000 endow meat re the only contributions ever atmpted. SinWe the main building was dedi nalld May I1, 192t, the growth of the h6ms has been wonderful. In these 17 -e-rs, total expenditures have saeunted to $100,000 and the property today is valued at $1,000,000. The a...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

57'BRING OUT .PIAT . IOIL TE 3 " i filh Sat-t ai Trimmmy ~ ~ 7~YB~B 8`~~" IIP SINE feithers, tradition tells us, make fine birds; but upon con templating some of the wonder ous frocks in process of preparation for Easter festivities, one is con vinced that the dressmakers make even finer birds. Half a dozen important weddings al ways occur during Easter week, and these occasions, almost invariably taking' place duriftg daylight hours, bring forth the very pick of spring sartorial creations for street wear. Easter weddings are of course the social events to take place in town before the beginning of the summer exodus and even they are crowded into a week of busy preparations for flitting to Europe and other spots more salubrious than New York in the dead season. Spring and autumn brides who have country homes, or who can borrow or acquire country homes temporarily, press them into service for jolly out-o;-town wed dings; but Easter is apt to be bleak, muddy and showery in the' countr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

.PUhlIs G cO. o tkan Soetrc, Mis 4U*ttRIPTION RATES (In Advens.) mouth ................0.71 ont ............. LU W ear.......... 1.50 TlLUPIONi NUMSl W esiba one1 i. adistoril nRooms eUC0RI ER1 PAPERS ot . lan ls anxious to give the s rt l service; thereore sub Sto port fault at oe In ordering paper c to aeW address please give old da alo. Mor ey orders and checks be made payable to The Mie Publlahlan Company. $UNDAT. MARCH . , 1901.. PASSING EVENTS 801Wig's finrt week brought good we.eh.r and good news to Missoula; the sunshaine has established a new wortls record for March and its very persistelne has overcome the skepti cle.m of the doubters, who are agreed, at last, that there is no bluff about the sanouncement that, spring is here. As a fitting accompaniment of the weather of tile week came news which, like the sunshine, swept away some doubts that had existed in the minds of some of western Montana's people. In the list of news announcements of the week first place in rank of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

XY More and more as Easter grows nearer the plans of functions to fol low grow more numerous and the prospects for a strenuous season more certain. Of course no one will deny that the Easter weddings will be of interest to the greatest number of people, but dances, dinners, card par ties, and, in a saort time picnics and fishing trips, will furnish various pleasures for all, and surely if any one leads the simple life it will be from choice, and not from lack of something to do. Sunshine Club. On Wednesday afternoon the Sun shine club was entertained, for the last time this season, by Mrs. Murphy in South Missoula. An unusually pleasant and busy afternoon was spent, cards and a flower guessing contest being attractive features of the occasion. In cards, Mrs. James Maher was awarded the first prize, a souvehir spoon of Missoula: the sec ond, a cup and saucer, was won by Mrs. W. H. Hutchinson. and the con solation by Mrs. George Peas. Lunch eon was served in the middle of the afternoo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

CENT Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results To JIM RHOADES FOR THE Bargains Homes 3250--I am offering in this property an exception al bargain; a good 5-room modern house, almost new, with 73x130 feet of ground, on Blaine street, just one block from the new high school; 73 feet facing on Blaine, almost on Higgins avenue. The land alone is worth $2000. This is an exceptionally good buy. 4M -Another big snap; a splendid 7-room, modern home on South 5th street, east, one black from Hig gins avenue, in one of, the choicest residence, spots in Missoula, 60x130 foot lot; fruit and shade trees, fine lawn, goqd barn; partly furnished. This property would be cheap at $5000, and if you would examine it you would agree with nmp. But for a short time $4250 takes it. $450---For one of the choicest homes in one of the best locations in Mis soula; a new 7-room mod ern home, located on South 5th street, east; a beauti ful 60x130-foot corner; splendid trees, fruit and shade; lawn and shrub beryi go...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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