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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 30 March 1909

Daily Puzzle v A ' WHAT HAPPENED. She pressed her ruby lips to his But, with the osculation o'er, Enrapt in holy blis. It was not hard to find world That, though she took her lips away, In one ecstatic kiss; The ruby stayed behind. Find him. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Right side down, nose at right boot. One of today's Ilttle 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 O T tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. LOT 28, 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, Missoula, Mont. SIX LOTS, 40x180, TWO CORNERS; good 6-room house, b...

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. — 30 March 1909

8 !? SOOIRY and Salt Fish NDARES waFesh Mackerel, nla S ;very fine; our price, per " . ... ... ................ 80 fARA-Deep-Sea Shellfash for soups, salads and fry; per bass ......................1.Wb # Ma*1eil-u very fine, for family, • ;. ............... ...... . sls S`:i oked Fish Tita we o son ae of the drey Ub sahed fish, all daily by ax paed Salmon, lb ........m10 bessed Herring, lb ......... 5I hack Diamond Salmon, lb ...s . 3 ranta Haddle. lb .... .......3.O0 IUSY CORNER. Phane M YA hould Know Thl -Iwler's Dyspepsia Cure has ourea many Missoullans of delere and distressing stomach tetublee, and we guarantee it will oare you if you will take It. It Ia a scientifle preparation, pre pared with care from the purest sad best drugs to be had; II a tonic toDb e general system and will build yoe Op, enable you to eat anything sad digest it; make you strong and b4ippy sad life worth living. Large bottles, each ........................91 Missoula Drug Co. WH4OLEALE AND RITAIL. umlues...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

7FTHE WEATHERL TT 7 Today-Fair. -e~vity J J J ZJ.MS OLN . ,,, f be ~ g. I " a ...g. Tomorrow-Fair, warmerm,. VOL. xxxV. NO. 330. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEL)NESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1909. PRICE FIV3 . · TARIFF DEBATE GROWS VERY HEATED DISCUSSION OP COAL AND LUM BER SCHEDULES PROVOKES 80ME LIVELY TILTS. TEXAS MAN HEARD FROM Dies Acouses Kitchin of Being a Free trader, Which Draws Fire Prom the Former- Congressman Says That a Year Ago Even Bankers and Trust Companies Had No Money. Washington, March 8).-The tariff debate waxed warm in the house to day. A revival of the discussion of the oil and lumber schedules was like setting a match to both products for the subjects proved of absorbing inter est to the members who entered gen erally into the debate. To Mr. Vree land of New York was accorded the privilege of explaining the position of the independent refiners who want the countervailing duty on crude petroleum retained, while Mr., Kitchin of North Carolina, in an exhaustive treatment of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

Avenue, In bloctk 76. Soutllh Mis Ssoula; facing on Stevens avenue. I have all of block 0, 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 terms 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 ue of these lots. I have two choice lots in blocks 55 and 56, facing on Stevens avenne, that are also cheap. Twenty beautiful lots in block 80, including tile 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. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INWURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 579 HAMMOND BLOCK. PROFOUND IMPRESSION CREATED BY SERVICE The best attended meeting in the series of services being held In the Methodist church was that of last night, and the spirit of the meeting through...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

I IN THE RAILWAY WORLDI HARRIMANADYVOCATES STRIKE IS IMMINENT GIANT COMBINE COLOSSAL RAILROAD MERGER IS HOBBY OF MAGNATE CON TROLLING MANY LINES. Denver, March 30.--If E. H. Harri man could have his way, he would bring all the railroads in America into one giant combination under one head, and begin immediately the expenditure of $250,000,000 or $300,000,000 in im proving the weaker roads, both physi cally and financially. In this way, he says he believes he could do the kreat est good for the government, the peo ple of the United States generally, tol the shippers individually and finally to the owners of railroad stuck. Mr. Harriman spent two hours in Denver today as the guest of the chamber of commerce, then departed on his eastward journey. "If we could, we would throw our cloak over the weaker lines through out the country and begin immediate ly the expenditure of between $250, 000,000 and 300,000,000 to improve them," said Mr. Harriman in an in formal talk at the chamber of co...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

St td spoi o at Metoula, aa, s sSe.ond-elus mall matter. *IUDURIPTIO" N RATES tbs -. 2.25I . .' ee ................ 7 ,il mYouths *4.00 y, ne5 ye a .................. .00 . a 0 r ..nya ....... 1.50 added for foreign countries. K TELEPWONE NUMSEim I Oiaea> a 1 ditorial Rooms US4SCf1*Et1 RE PAPERS Te MIs: oullan Is anxlous to give e beet carrier service; therefore sub , hoer e fte r eL. edl to report fauý. ves at oane. n orderinglr paper to new auddress please give old dess also. Money order. sad checks houlld be made payable to The Mis .ian lPublishing Company. . .W.N DAY. MARCH 21, 1903. ý;; A GOOD OPPORTUNITY. T onight the republican city conven Ui:on has a great opportunity to accom ilh much good for the benefit of the ,. The attempt of the democrats onday ngllht to name a ticket which i*ould mean everything resulted i the .il.ection of a list of candidates which eeans nothing. Personally the dem doratic nominees are good men and *Dod citisens; but they have been se ,eoted in s...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

PREPARE TO FICHT COMPETITION, SENATE COMMITTEE ON FINANCE WOULD CHANGE TARIFF DUTIES ON SILK. Washington, March 30.-Information that Japan will soon compete with the United Btates in manufacturlng every character of silk goods for which raw material Is now imported into this coutrly entered largely into the con sideration of the silk schedules today by the senate oommittee on finance. The resulit was a decision not to adpnt the ratee of the Payne bill, which for the most part provide for the re-enact ment of the Dingley rates. Instead a table wae prepared fixing specific duties for every article. These arp in tended to equal the compound rates now existing, which are a combination of specific and ad valorem duties. The facts placed before the commit tee in regard to the ability of Japan to manufacture every form of silk goods used in the United States were startling-as to the cheapness of the manufacture. If the ad valorem rate is to be continued the actual values and the consequent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

rt Attractive pring Millinery 7At Prices Sto Suit S Your Purse S$Ex .lusive miodels at ` 1 onl-thiird li'ss than y'oil have to) laY else wvhere(. ]?p()|| $2.50 to, $12.50 Prettiest Suits in Missoula At Prices That Please Absolutely tlhe best valuIis', lit eat models and a 1Ir'f(et fit. These are three essential things i to consider when getting your spring suit. You will find all of them here. No charge for alterations. Priced from $15 Up to $40 New Silks For Sprint Wear .'Tese 3313 silk dlays it the lir till ('(31lultuy's. 1 tssailiin s, Fouilar(ls slltlu ('liffoll. ITaffetat silks are in grealt de(tIii1d( this slr'ing for evening as well as street wear. These soft silks MI(eet all r((lremi entsi , i wear splendidly, andl their clinging t(l 1ure iiltkes thim nimost r ladaptable to spring fiashili(ons. Foulards and Messalines 89c and $1.20 Yard 27-inch wide figured Messalines and 1Foul.a(Is in dotted and figured designs. Exclusive dress lengths in wanted colors, and at prices allowi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

NEW NOVEL HAS ITS SCENES LAID IN SPOKANE TERRITORY I Several towns in western Montana, northern Idaho and Oregon and east ern Washington furnish the leading characters and the locale for the prln cipal scenes of "The Chrysalis," a stirring novel of the northwest by Harold Morton Kramer, one of the galaxy of Indiana authors, who deals with situations of the strongest emotions and passions that humanity can know in a convincing way, hold Ing the Interest to the close of the 400-odd pages. Mr. Kramer passed several 'years as a newspaper writer In the northwest in the early '90s and was in Spokane and other parts of the west during the late financial distur bance In eastern money centers, which figures prominently In his novel. The brook is the first recognition of this part or the northwest in litera ture, and it is predicted by the pub lishers, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard com pany, Boston, that the story will be dramatized for the stage for early presentation. The story opens at a Yale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

CtRWDS VISITING CONEY ISLE DESLPITE FACT THAT SNOW STILL LIES UPON GROUND, PEO PLE THRONG TO PLACE. New York, March 30.--While tiny patches of snow still linger in the sunless nooks of Coney Island, the great summer playground is today being laid open from one end to the other for crowds that already number well up to a hundred thousand. No earlier start of the ocean pleasure parks about the city has ever been re oesrded within the memory of thle amusement authorities. Millions of dollars and thousands of men are now being lavishly spread over the beaches In gigantic preparations to slake the vast thirst caus.dl by it long siege of winter (onlfi.crenlt. Every catch-the-penny 'ontri vance that haa ever lbeen delvised is being set up in gilt and tinsel along the many miles of plank prniolnade that cover all the available sadrll stretches within reach of this me tropolis. Even the bathing lhous men have already managed to entic('e a few shivering victims Into ti ,, strf. land nothing i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

Daily Puzzle o -v 1 0."ýýý y. · "hs POOR LAMB. Mary had a little lamb, She bought cheap for cash; She had it baked, then stewed and boiled, And next day she had hash. Find the cook. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Right side down, in cushions. IO One of today's little ads may hold the germ of flMgood fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: M. V.-One. T. M.-One. L.-Two. P. F.-One. H. 0.-One. A H.-One. H. M.B.-One. L.M.-One. No. 1.-Two. M. F.-One. Thorpe-One. F.-One. P. W. O.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. LOT 28, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Mlssoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. TWO LOTS DALY ADDITION; LOTS 11 and 12, block 85. Apply 518 Mc Cormick street. 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, Mlssoula, Mont. SIX LOTS, 40x18...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 March 1909

`1+ 5ý'` i k l km ýI tIN" .a.a sgla m saladus and fr; per er-- y in . fo, totallmah we .er some of the yew smoked fish, all daeiy by box We nata.dde, lb ............ S • ?KB BUSY CORNER. Pb's. U You Should Know I I orr l rll , I i i •lll ThM P row's Dyspepsla Cure h .a red. many Missoulians of svee and distressing stomach troubles, and we guarantee it will cure you if you will take it. It is a scientific preparation, pre pored with care from the purest d best drugs to be had; is a tonic to the general system and will build l pp, enable you to eat anything and igest it; make you strong and happy end life worth living. Large bottles, each ........................ 1 Mlssoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Maesseld Slek. Mliso ls it r ilnlepsaafn M SEE THE New Spring Patterns OF WALL PAPER AT SIMONS t1p Nliggie Aw. Phan. IN Red Carpets and Rugs 'Your spring cleaning will develop the need of new floor eoverlngs and new window hangings. We have them-an abundant and well assorted stock of ...

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

. THE DAILY MISSOULIAN l"-i VOA.. XXXV. NO. 331. MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1909. PRBIO ANDREW LOGAN IS SELECTED TO HEAD REPUBLICAN TICKET City Convention Is Replete With Enthusiasm And Totally Devoid of Anything Discordant PLATFORM CALLS FOR BEST OF ADMINISIRATIONS Otis Worden, F. W. Morris, J. G. Ambrose and H. L. Bayes Are Party's Candidates for Aldermen---Choice for Mayor Is Made After James M. Rhoades Withdraws From the Race For mayor-Andrew Logan. For aldermen: First ward-Otis Worden. Second ward-F. W. Morris . Third ward-J. G. Ambrose. Fourth ward-H. L. Bayes. In a convention that was replete with enthusiasm and entirely lacking in anything discordant the republicans of Missoula last night placed their hopes in the keeping of Andrew Logan and adopted a platform that called for the best of administrations for the city, one that declared for progress and economy, improvement and busi ness. Of the accredited delegates only three were absent last evening and, u...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

blOck 76, South Mis soula; facing on Stevens avenue. I have all of block '90, ora· jiining block, for at00 per lot in part of the block, and $175 per lot for the lots facing bn Stevens avenue; on terms of one-third cash, balance one and two years. The bqilding of all theme houses and the ex tension of the city water mains will double the val ue 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, includ(ng 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. I. Rhoades REI. ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 116 HIglAis Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. . W., E. DODD OF BUTTE WILL OPEN AN OFFICE AT THE MISSOULA HOTEL APRIL 8, AND REMAIN UNTIL APRIL 25. The most successful specialist on eye and nervous diseases in the west. Has hundreds of patients in and aro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

HEARING ON AlTES IS CLOSED CASE IN WHICH SOUTHERN' PA CIFIC 18 DEFENDANT 18 BROUGHT TO END. Reno, Nev., March 31.-Shortly aft er noon today Special Examiner Lyon closed the hearing for taking testimony in the case of the Nevada railroad commission against the Southern Pa cific mompany and the Nevada & Cal ifornia railway. The testimony of fered by the plaintiffs supported their contention that the merchants of Ne vada were being charged rates in ex cess of the scale charged the so-callel California terminal cities, such rates to Nevada points under the service rendered being discriminatory and un fair. The testimony further showed that goods delivered at Reno direct from the eastern point of origin were charged the same rate as the shipments that moved to the coast and then dis tributed fr m those points to the in terior. It was further shown that no necessity existed for hauling ship ments over the heavy and expensive mountain grades and then returning them to Reno. In this sen...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

D~v La h r. emill mitt. S ..2............;07 `.' :Lor..... ... 1.11 e .5UfolatriOS. TLt QWS ONE NUMSIt Swilte.a Of te 11Z @dl4torWa Rooms 4 U 0ORl3E PAPERS '<Th t[* Eoule to sansous to give .the belt ,osi eri illoe; therefore sub :se r betor. rub6 to rport tnu I at D y. ordering pipero to t4iSS please give old aelso,. 5 brdera and checks dbe payble to The Mis ,eoulian Pu company. *pVP~A.TM . EAWU 1. 1010. 4 A 4460 1'ISKw. - The re.5Ub31 city convention last a jpint dli both as to candidates f and as platform. Andrew Logan e ;,is a s.nt who bas been long identified i t with tim business interlats of the city if and he ts a man who can be depend- H °ed upon to carry out the platform e pledges of the party which nominated c him for the office of mayor. No man in the city is more familiar with mu niolpal conditions and no man is bet .tar qualified to meet the responsibil- ti itles which devolve upon the chief ex ecutive of the city. The declarations of the republican platform are sin...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

O.H. LI HHPURCHASES' THE MISSOULA MAIN STREET HOTEL PROPERTY1 CHANGES HANDS FOR A GOOD PRICE. One of the largest real estate deals of the season was completed yester day when the Missoula hotel building and its furnishings, complete, were sold to O. H. Linn of Wallace for $75,000. The deal was made by the W. H. Smead agency; it had been pending for some time, but yester day the final steps were taken and the transfer was completed. Mr. Linn, the purchaser, is the superintendent and principal stockholder of the Success, the Monitor and the Buffalo Mining companies. He has had busl ness interests in Missoula for a long time and is well and favorably known here. Mr. Linn has organized the Missoula Hotel company, associating with him self James A. Walsh and P. J. Con roy of this city. The company will at once entirely remodel the building and it is expected that it will be opened for business in 30 days. The plans for remodeling include the re .construction of the first floor front on M...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

_ At Prices to Suit Your Exclusive models at one third less than *you have to pay else where. From $2.50 to $12.50 At Prict ~hat Please Absolutely the best values, lat est models and a perfect fit. These are three essential things to consider when getting your spring suit. You will find all of them here. No charge for alterations. Priced from $15 Up to $40 New Silks For Spring Wear These are silk days iat the hiur till Coll lanli's. Messalines, Foulards andl chiffon. Taffeta silks are in great deumand this spring for evening as well as street wear. These soft silks meet all requirements, wear splendidly, and their clinging texture makes thean most adaptable to spring fashions. Foulards and Messalines 89c and $1.20 Yard 27-inch wide figured Messalines and Foulairds in dotted and figured designs. Exclusive dress lengths in wanted colors, andl at prices allowing only a small margin of profit. Sulaine Silks 47 1-2c " Plain Messalines 89c A bA.lutiful soft silk and linen fa- A . bic that...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 April 1909

FUNGI AND BACTERIA CAUSE DECAY REASONS FOR ROTTING AWAY OF WOOD IS SCIENTIFICAL LY EXPLAINED. Piles driven by the hut dwellers of the Baltic, centuries ago, are as sound today as when first placed. The wooden coffins in which the Egyptians buried their dead are still preserved in perfect condition after thousands of years of service. The longevity of timber under these two extremes of climate and moisture conditions has naturally made people ask, "'What causes wood decay?" The answer is, fungi and bacteria, low forms of plant life which live in the wood and draw their nourishmer.t from it. The little organisms-are so little that a microscope is required to see them, yet their work results in the destruction of billions of feet of timber each year and the railroad corporation with its cross tie bill run ning up into seven figures and the farmer who spends a hundred or so dollars a year for fence posts are alike drawing upon the knowledge of ex perts in all parts of the world in ef fo...

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. — 1 April 1909

4 . 1 h ý ý J : > J fJ f x Y ,,.:: ,',vs . k( f, t f ~P~7 c~I:,~' A .£t:::v' A :4 ,. " rtr1p J 'r. ~''x':%:.. aLýcY.:nxv..... i , QýIýýrB·d ata 'r'2 O NE of the greatest 1 rohlems tnat confront the experts of our navy is the rapidity with which the modern ships of war age, for try as they may, the constructors cannot prevent the present-day battleships from becoming back numbers in a few elort years. The average period during which armored ships are ccn sidered first-class vessels ranges trom between four to six years, while any warship over that age is gi.lerally held up as an object le.son of \\hat a great sea fighter of the present day ought not be. Take the battleships Mas.schujsetts and New Hampshire for instance; these illustrate how short a period a modern battle-hip ranks as a first class sea fighter. Ten years ago the Massachusetts was one of the largest ind most powerful warships in the world, and it was claimed that she could sink, in less than an hour, the best vessel...

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