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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchange woR -- - -,--,-- -....- ...... , - ..---- .. . I - . M One of todar's rttle ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: P. W. O.-Four. W. F.-One. M. V.-Three. T. M.-One L.-Two. A. H.-One. H. G.-One. Thorpe-One. F.-One. No. 1-One. H. B. M.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. LOT 23, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. MODERN FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE on McCormick street. Apply 301 North Second street went. MISSOULA INCOME PROPERTY, netting 8 per cent on the investment. Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. SIX LOTS, 40x130, TWO CORNERS; good 6-room house, barn, ice house, chicken house, etc.; 35 fruit trees, lots of small fruit; an ideal subur ban home; Low's additidh; city wa ter. Stoddard & Price. FOR SALE-40x180-FOOT LOT ON South First street; good barn, two ch...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 March 1909

?-S ' ý ' a. w 4' #` 11 C 1 ll It is always interesting to see Paul hI11nUL1t4 In a new role. In the va riety of personages he has Introduced edttl the past seven years he has .been starring under Jules Murray's banlner, he has invariably been sants I ct.ey,. and. whether as the John etye of modern man about town ,In~Phb'Mfummy and the Humming $rM'" O" the sumptuous, glittering gs 9g eman with the rapier in "Cap thn' Debboanare," or as the college '6by ,.td etoke oar in "At Yale," Mr. SGIlmOre has always giver us a clean eat picture of the hero he is for the noina.tt portraying. All have been drawn with a peculiar boldness of line and clearness of intention. His In-* f, .'u " ".'{ |-·-. . 4, PAUL GILMORK AS TONY ALLEN IN "THE BOYS OF COMPANY 3" iilsenoe, which guides him in his *ork, has made him a striking figure In whatever ooetume or whatever sit uation he may have found himself. Tony Allen, his new part, Is described as that of an, energetic, enthul.astic, .loquient, vivacious y...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

"E THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Today--. ain ow. tivityIOULA, ONTANA, ONA ONING, ACH 29, 1909. VOL. XXXV. NO. 328. · MISSOULA, MO NTA N., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1909.' PRICE FIVB CITY 'ENGINEER WILL MAKE REPORT W. A. MAYO WILL PRESENT OB SERVATIONS ON TRIP TO GREAT FALLS. TELLS OF IMPROVEMENTS Various Phases of Municipal Enter prises, as Exemplified in Windy City of Montana, Are Handled in Interest ing and Complete Manner by Chief of Missoula Department. Tonight City Engineer W. A. Mayo will present to the city council a re port on the improvements of the city of Great Falls, based on observations of his trip to the Windy city last week. Acting on instructions' from the council, Mr. Mayo spent several days in Great Falls, studying various im provement projects, their method of government and the different ways in which expenses are met. The repor, which contains many interesting facts and figures, follows in full: Missoula, Mont., March 29, 1909. The Honorable Mayor and City Coun cil of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

0 Cash On Time 01,600 is what I am offering a new 4-room cot. tape, 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 gpod investment. It will Trent 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. IMPORTANI BISINESS FOR COUNCIL SESSION TO BE HELD TONIGHT PROMISES TO 8E VERY ACTIVE ONE. A speoial meeting of the city council bas been called for this evening to Sialh up some of the old business whleh has been piling up for some time. Many of the ordinances have been before the cty fathers for action for a long -ime and it is desired to get them out of the way, in order to permit the tr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD WILL lNTIIH SPOKANEI ON OWN TRICKS PUGET SOUND LINE WILL BUILD INTO THE WASHING TON CITY. Tacoma, March 28.-When the Chi cago, Milwaukee & Puget Bound rail road makes its entrance into Spokane it will do so on its own right of way and over its own rails. There have never been nor are there now any ne gotiations on foot between the man agements of the Milwaukee and North Coast systems for joint trackage agreements at Spokane terminals or at any other point in the state of Wash iagton, according to an emphatic statement made today by A. ML Inr gereoll, vice president of the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget SBound. The statement was zmade as a result of the published reports from Spokane that the Milwaukee will use the North Coast into Spokane from a connection with its nlain line at Tekoa. The statement also refutes recent reports that Harriman will use the . North Coast. as a connecting link between the Oregon Short Line at Walla Wall4 or Wallula and North...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

c ,oat the postoa e at Miseoula, l as ~oond-a es mall matter. c UiJQRIPTION RATES .i,ý : ...,..........0.7. he' . ............. 2.35 mnthsa ............... 4.00 h e y ea .................. 8.00 , o e *er . ......... 1.50 added for forelign oountries. TELEPHIONE NUMBER sae Office 110 Editorial Rooms - $UB*CRIUERS' PAPERS ;The Mis uilm is anxious to give best carrler service; therefore sub bet' are requeste. to report faull very at once. In ordering paper to new address please give old also. Mor.ey orders and checks uld be made payable to The Mis lan Ue's .Company. MONDAY, MARC9 35, 1903. THE CITY ELECTION. SAccording to the notices by the reg. rion agents, today is the last day p k6MerI,. for the city etetloan is' maes it necessary that some vely work be done today if there is be anything ..like normal vote t at the election. There should be re interest' taken in this matter; iasse, though not partisan in their tute, are etremely important to the Istas of the city and every man ho ha...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN, MONDAY MOINING, MARCH 29, 1909. Furniture Bargains Today MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY . Easter--Two Weeks from Today--High Time to Get R4 e' 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...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

Exquisite Suits You should see these handsome garments and be convinced of their value. Here's a large assortment, all entirely new, crisp and beau tiful, and all exclusive models. It is a relief to know that you won't meet a dozen other people wearing a suit exactly like your own-and then there is that marked style distinction embodied in every suit that certainly appeals to the 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 ...»».......... $28.75 Spr ' Millinery AT $5.00, ,7.50 AND $10.00. All the newest, attractive' shapes; smart, ex clusive models representing the latest Paris and New York styles--hats that are really worth nearly double ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

Big, Modern Sore Resplendent in Spring Re!adines G"di l OVELY," "Magnificent," "Superb," "Grand" and many At the CARPET STORE D ry G o o d s Specials such are the ejaculations of wonderment and appreciation (n the third floor is the largest carpet store and the wHousekeeping needs, materials for houe st s anthat visitors are saying about the wonderfully fine spring showing tis.uuiisnst in Miss oula. Our early shipments of new spring waists, and general necessities now priced at greit 'aiing an t Donohue's. A crowning millinery display and a voluminous flo.,, i vorings, curtains and draperies enable us to supply wabs n eea eeste o rcd tagetsvn t OOU . CO~n the needs of spring house (-](;tiers. Today wewae ofru to the economical housewife. assortment of tfine wearing apparel and furnishings fo'r both sexes empIhasizes the fact te n ds of savpring i our lanes. day we are offering ed ast s in white, stiped that "The Big Modern Store" is. without a rival, the style center of M1issoula an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

WHAT DRY FARMINI WILL 00 O8ME OF THE THINGS THAT MAY BE ACCOMPLISHED ON "WORTHLESS LAND." Beach, N. D., March 28.-Four years ago a section house and coal box. Today a thriving town of 500 people, the center of a prosperous dry farming community of thrice that population. This in brief, is the history of Beach, the metropolis of the Golden Wvalley. Beach owes it growth to dry farm ing. The secret which an old cattle man sought in vain to suppress has been discovered. Some years ago, it is related, this etattlemlan, who ran his herds just over the Montana line from here, thought he would raise oats for winter feed and told his fore man to plant 50 acres. During the summer when he returned to the ranch, he found a magnificent field of grain, waving in the breeze like an emerald lake glistening green in the glow of the sun. lIe looked at the growing oats for a minute or two, then called his foreman. "Tear down these fences and turn the cattle in here. Clear this 50 acres before night." ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

Daily Puzzle SOMETIMES CANT. The songster with a song to sing Can't always get to sing it; The poet with an ode to spring Can't always get to spring it. Find another spring poet. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Upside down; nose under chin. SAOne of today's Itttle as may hold the germ of .good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: P. W. O.-Four. W. F.-One. M. V.-Three. T. M.-One L.-Two. A. H.-One. H. G.-One. Thorpe-One. F.-One. No. 1-One. H. B. M.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 28, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. MODERN FOUR-ROOM COTTAGE on McCormick street. Apply 301 North Second street went. MISSOULA INCOME PROPERTY, netting 8 per cent on the investment. Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. SIX LOTS, 40x130, TWO CORNERS; good 6-room house, barn, ice house, chicken house, etc.; 35 fruit trees, lots of small fr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 29 March 1909

lS'T *ROOLRY ...mpting Lente Sand Salt Fish fine; our price per [ 13 4AVb-Deep-ea Sheilfish S dads an l fry; per , , ........................ o$ tm* 1 very fine, for family, S eIo some of the very S fish, all daily by ex malanon, lb ........510 erring, lb ......... Diamond Salmon, lb ...Ml<# "+ die4 lb ............,O ~igsv CORNEU. Phone U Should Know t11at Pwter's Dyspepsla Cure bas ure d many Miesoullans of svere and distressing stomach trotibles, and we guarantee it will eure you If you will take it. It 1i a scientiflo preparation, pre pared with care from the purest eat best drugs to be had; is a tonic to the geIeral system and will build y(1 up, enable you to eat anything ad ditgest It; make you strongland hilpy and life worth living. Large bottles, each ........................$1 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. ~Washead ilelk. Missoula SEE THE New .Spring Patterns OF WALL PAPER AT SIMONS 112 Higgins Ave. Phone 183 Red 'I . Carpets and Rugs Your spring cleaning will d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

THE WEATHER 31 Today- THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Tomorrow--Fair, warmer. o2 T I'V VOL. XXXV. NO. 3829. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 30, 1909. PRICE FIVE I J.E. PATTERSON NAMED FOR MAYOR DEMOCRATIC CITY CONVENTION HONORS THIRD W4RD ALDER MAN WITH NOMINATION. GATHERING OPTIMISTIC Followers of Thomas Jefferson "Point With Pride," But Do Not "View With Alarm"-Platform 8trongly Endorsing Business Administration Adopted-Aldermanic Nominees. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES. For Mayor-John E. Patterson. For Aldermen: First ward-William Crawford. Second ward-James Corbett. Third ward--H. T. Wilkinson. Fourth ward-John Bonner. In a convention peculiarly optimis tic-one that "pointed with pride" at frequent intervals and never, for a single moment, "viewed with alarm," the democrats of Missoula last even ing selected leaders for the coming city campaign and went on record strongly for a business administra tidn. The city convention, called to order last evening in the district court room, was presi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

lbflies on AVeaue, In block 76, South Mis soula; facing on Stevens avenue. I have all of block 90, the adjoining block, for sale at $100 per lot in part of the block, and $175 per lot for the lots facing on Stevens avenue; on ternis of one-third cash, balance one and two years. The building of all these houses and the ex tension of the city water mains will double the val ve of these lots. I have two choice lots in blocks 55 and 56, facing on Stevens avenue, that are also cheap. Twenty beautiful lots in' block 80, including the four cor ners. Block 80 is only one block away from where these new houses will be built. These I am offering at $150 each, on terms. Call in and I will put you on the road to making money. Jas l. Rhoades NtAL ESTATE AND INWRANCE DEALER. 11¢ Higsn Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. II TI~E1T TO 81 HELDl 1YR JONI PETERSON Coroner W. D. Kendrick went to Clinton yesterday to look over the scene of the accident in which John Peterson lost his life Sunday after 40oo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

ENGINEERS HEAlED UP SWAN RIVER REPORT THAT LINE WILL BE SURVEYED TO KALISPELL OFFICIALLY DENIED. fAccording to a report emanating f rm Ovando and which reached Mis soula yesterday, the Chicago, Milwau kee & Puget Sound engineering par ties, which left here about three weeks ago, have just left that place and are headed in the direction of Kalispell. It is believed that the survey is to be made along the Swan river through the reservation and along the east side of the Flathead lake and into Kalispell. The outfits are at present encamped near Holland's ranch and are vWorking through the Swan river country from that point. The line being surveyed is practically north of Missoula and is about 100 miles north west of Ovando. When seen last night relative to the Ovando report, Chief Engineer Dauchy, while refusing to say for what place the surveying parties were headed, stated positively that Kalispell was not the objective point. DEATH CALLS PIOIIER WOMAN OF BITTER 1OOT Special to T...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

SDay in the Tear. P G CO. 8trLt, Ms fa the postotkee at Misoula, then, as econd-claes mall matter. U RIPfTION RATES k lIvane*) Saone belth ...............$0.76 , three months ........... 2.25 e x months ................ 400 ene a .......... .... .00oo eone., ar. .............. 1.60 de add for foreign oountries. TELEPHONE NUMBER slnees OtS e 110 Editorial Rooms J. USRIBERS'R PAPERS she Mia ealian is anxious to give best map ert service; therefore sub e are requested to report faut at ones In ordering paper to new address please give old ress also. Morey orders and checks Id be made payable to The Mi. _o ?u.bllshing Company. TUr. DAT. MARCH 80, 1909. THE GOLDEN SPIKE. Withotit formal ceremony the last $ke was driven yesterday, just before eaaset, in the long line of steel with hich the 'Chicago. Milwaukee & Itbget Bound company has crossed the gpeat northwest. It was' exactly at S-o'clock when the last spike was dtiven and the track-laying train {hssed from the eastern end of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

FuitureBargasToday MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY Easter--Only Two Weeks Away--High Time to Get Reid 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 f 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 standard, marked and put on disp...

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. — 30 March 1909

Exquisite Suits You should see these handsome garments and be convinced of their value. Here's a large assortment, all entirely new, crisp and beau tiful, and all exclusive models. It is a relief to know that you won't meet a dozen other people wearing a suit exactly like your own-and then there is that marked style distinction embodied in every suit that certainly appeals to the 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 ................ $23.75 Spr ing' 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 really worth n...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

GREAT DITCH ALMOSI READY PLANS OF IRRIGATION COMPANY ARE TO TURN WATER ON WITHIN WEEK. Special Correspondence. Hamilton, March 29.-The largest irrigation ditch by far ever constructed in the Bitter Root valley is nearing completion. Within a week from now it is planned to turn water in from Willow creek and Skakaho creek. This water will not be used for irrigation purposes for a time, but rather to soak up the ditch and test the walls. Within 30 days it is expected that water will be turned in from the main source of supply, Rock creek. The ditch company still has in the neigh borhood of 35,000 acres of land that will be put up for sale within the next two years. The company will keep five or more automobiles for use in showing prospective land buyers over the valley this summer. besides a number of carriages and hacks. A number of settlers, who have already bought land, have be gun arecting buildings and have start ed plowing. Many thousands of apple trees will be set out this year...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

PAYS DEATH PENALTY FOR MURDER MRS. MARY FARMER IS ELEC TROCUTED AT AUBURN PRIS SON-IS VERY COOL. Auburn, N. Y., March 29.--Murimur Ing a prayer for her soul, Mrs. Mary Farmer was quietly led to the electric chair in Auburn prison shortly after 6 o'clock this morning and executed for the murder of Mrs. Sarah Bren nan at Brownsville last April. The execution of Mrs. Farmer- the second infliction of the death penalty on a woman by electrocution in this state-was effected without sensational incidents. Five women, two of whomii were prison attendants, were wit nesses. Father Hlickey, spiritual adl viser of the condemned woImiian, gave out a statement signed by Mrs. Farmer in which she declared that her husband, James Farmer, was en tirely innocent and knew nothing of the crime until it had been com mitted. Led by Father IHickey and \\ith Mrs. Dunnigan and Mrs. Gorman, l\ho have attended her c.mstantly sincei. she was brought to Auburn prison, Mrs. Farmer walked unfalteringly tio the dea...

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