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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 April 1909

One of today's Uittle ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: B.-Four. L. M.--One. L. R.-Three. M. C.-One. Thorpe-One. H.-One. F.-One. H. G.-One. A. H.-One. G. A.-One. FOR SALE-LCITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. PBrticulars at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 28, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. FOR SALE-40x1$0-FOOT LOT ON South First street; good barn, two chicken houses, 13 bearing apple trees, lots of raspberries and straw berries. Address C. T. S., Missoullan, or call at 701 South First. NINE-ROOM MODERN HOUSE; splendid home for large family; hardwood floors; basement with fur nace; price right if taken soon; will take unimproved property in part payment. See owner, Fred Heneolt, 825 Hazel street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. SANDPOINT, IDAHO - COUNTY seat of Bonner county. Next great city of the Pacific northwest. Three trans continental railroads; largest saw mil...

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. — 3 April 1909

T CROOLRY .oTempeg Lenten araro d uad Salt Fish SCASt Fesh Mackerel, ton *ta; very fine; out price, per eaa .......................10~ INO TAA-*-Deep-Sea Shellfish S sWoup, salads and fry; per " ar.. .......................o10 Mskc el-t very fine, for family, for ........................ISs Smoked Fish Tiday we offer some of the very (peslt smoked fish, all daily by ex KIppered Salmon, lb ........20 Desmed Rertag, Ib .........S# Slafk DiamOId Salmon, lb ...S #l Ftaln ]addle, lb ............ 2SO TNh SUSY CORNER. Phone u You Should Know That Fowler's Dyspepsla Cure has cured many Missoullans of severe and distressing stomach troubles, and we guarantee it will care you if you will take it. It is a solentlie preparation, pre pared with care from the purest and best drugs to be had; is a tonic to the general system and will build you up. enable you to eat anything and digest it; make you strong and happy and life worth living. Large bottles, each ....................1... Missoula Drug Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

Today-Partly cloudy. )hdks i7 D" TE IAILY MISSOULIAN -" VOL. XXXV. TNO. 34. IOLA, MOTAA, A MORNING, APRIL 4, 1909 PRIE IV VOL. XXXV. NO. 384. MISSOULA, MONTANA, $N:NDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1909. PRICE FI - - · i··~ NEW BUILDING ASSURED BY VOTE SCHOOL TRUSTEES A'gE AUTHOR IZED TO MAKE $40,000 BOND ISSUE. R. W. KEMP IS ELECTED Out of 448 Ballots Cast, Only Three Declare Against Proposition to Ex tend EduQational Aid to West Side Distriot No. 1 Chooses Trustee by Unusually Large Majority.' SCHOOL ELECTION RESULTS. l'or Bond Issue At Central school........................ 366 A t R oosevelt school ...............-- . ... 79 Total for bonds...................... 445 Against Bond Issue At Central school................ ............. 2 At Roosevelt school.................... 1 Total against bond issue.... 3 Majority for bond issue............ 442 By a vote that, while not as large as it mtght have been, still was prac tically unanimous, the school trustees of district No. 1 were yesterday au...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

thing A New .ood Four Room A neat and new four-room Cotta cottage, modern, cement f-anad tlion and cellar, porce- Just completed, cement lgin bath fiztures, a beauti fallWOx180 lot, cement walks; foundation and cellar, stucco lOcated close in on South finishl. wll construc'te'd; rlOx Thit llltreet. This is a beau- 150-foot lot, splendid loca tiful little home and excep- tionl; just icl'ross the street tionally cheap. Price $2,,5110. froml tlhe Knowles residence. The ltre lot is worth $1,250. I am offering this at a bar gain pIic e of $1,000, on easy Fifth Street $100.00 Home Cash Seven large rooms, mod- the blamtnce $30 per month, ern, cellar, and well con structed; 60x130 lot, beauti- will take a gord four-room ful lawn and trees; good house oni a 40xl130 lot, clohse barn. This beautiful home in on EditIi street. Price is only one block from Ilig- $1,500. \\'hy pay ren.t when gins avenue, on Soutlh Fifth you (ca buy south side prop street, and i scertainly a erty like this at suchl...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

SUPIEME COURT ONLYi MAY DECIDE BILL PROVIDES THAT TRIBUNAL ( MAY DECIDE VALIDITY OF CONGRESSIONAL ACTS. Washington, April 3.&--The supreme court of the United States shall alone have the right to determine the I validity or constitutionality of the acts of congress, if the bill introduced by Representative DeArmand of Mis souri, becomes a law. Concerning the acts of the state legislatures, the 4 supreme or other highest court of the 1 state shall have a similar right. Another bill introduced by Mr. De Armond provides that funds of the 1 United States may not be deposited 1 in any bank which is not the property ¶ of the United States, except by con- I tract for the payment of interest I thereon at the highest rates obtain able, unless for temporary safekeep- 1 ing. The contracts may be made for I not more than a year at a time and a bond must be given by the insti- I tution receiving the deposit obligating it not to lend any money for any 1 kind of gambling venture. Mr. DeArmond ...

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

TMLESS ROCK" TO YIELD MANY MILLIONS OF DOLLARS ATons of Ore, Discarded in Early Days of Cripple Creek, Are to Be Treated at Handsome Profit--New Processes Are Responsible for the Com ing Rejuvenation of Mining District 4{4-w Turn mi ii t PIPLE CREEK MINES. wIý. I'i ions of tons of ore, which in the tiy days of the Cripple Creek dis 9ct were discarded because they re thought to be worthless and l rih ae now lying on the immense ps and in abandoned workings in parts of the famous mining camp, to be treated and made to yield their elusive particles of gold. extracted within the next few Vi$om all this "worthless rock" will mYars millions of dollars. New prooeases for the treatment of Ibw-grade telluride ores are respon t*le for this coming rejuvenation. In early days of the camp, ore that M not run $20 to the ton could not Sproftably treated, and even in the few years it has been necessary 5 discard all that would not run $5, or $8 s. ton. Now It is proposed treat, in large quantities,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

MISSO ULA MERCANTILE CO. MISSO ULA MERCANVTILE ,I The New Easter Ooves Beautiful New Parsols Every woman knows the importance of having them a perfect match. ` The parasol may be the brilliant touch of color so nece~ary to a Very stylish are those in the fancy colorings, to match the new towns. ,e.sful utl-door costume. Or it may be the bit of frivolity--a tltla at The "Monarch"; the finest and the most stylish .............. ...... ruff and ribbons--\\ hich Is forbidden fruit in the rest of the costime. The 'Eskay"; correct in style. color and finish ................ . The "Mascot"; the best medium-priced kid glove ........... ... 5 -* lur first shlwing ,I, b..autiful e., Paresls this week afford a Cihamois Gloves, one-button and gauntlet style... 91, 91.95, 42 slndil . prtunity f,,r 'onn tf make their selections before the Fawnes Silk Gloves, in all the new colorings .....1.00 and f1.25 . sas lly it. gins, as.uring thm of thl best novelties, of SPECIAL-i8-button Kid Gloves in stre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

SKNOWN FRENCHMAN D OUTllN8 ALL ON NEW fORK BASEBALL PARK. New tet. April .--Henri St. Yves of lltaatO won the great lnternational tstboa Derby for proteesional run a. e at the National league baseball purt bare today. Dorando Pietri of el was second; John J. avyes of -New ork, third, and Mathew Ma 1may of Tankets, N. Y., fourth. Tom Learboat, the Canadian Indian, quit ti) track In the th mile, and Alfred thrubb of Nagland gave up in the 9U elik. eth were completely ex hitaed In thying to keep the terrific piee st by the Frenchman. Shrubb med amen struggle from the 20th to the 1bth mile, but the pace was too fast and the dittance was too far for him. St. Tre, almost unknown, covered the Marathon distance in 3 hours, 40 mlantes and 50 3-5 seconds, a remark able performance under the conditlons, aad finished with a fast sprint in goed condition. Dorando was 4 min utes, 47 -5 seconds behind the mnrobman, while Hayes followed the !taitain across the finish line 3 min utes and 60 seconds ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

SPRING OPENING And Only One Week 'Until Easter This opening is of extreme importance to everyone in Missoula and all its sister towns of Western Montana. From New York and elsewhere has come the greatest collection of fashionable wears for both sexes that the h J Garden City has ever witnessed. j ! .On Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday This informal occasion will present for the first time this season's masterpieces in the art of costuming, as well as . elegant hats patterned after the master milliners of Paris. Each department is fairly aglow with Dame Fashion's fan cies, and the handsomely decorated show windows will be their index, displaying the domestic adaptations of pretty Easter suits, fashion's favored coats, waists and shoes, and lastly, though equally as important, an array of beautiful samples of correct tailoring and haberdashery for men. ii / In addition there are many reasons why everyone should attend this opening and do their spring and Easter shop ping at Donohue's: (1...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

.'* 'R·ZL.·I 6. ," Ai ý.wnVM `'r " x;S'ý\ f }',pný; :.k\ y , 4 i". " avv ::. : .:::. tt oy i},i:Y:; ;t t 's .iý.ýýý ' Ttrb2P rZp ,a+nlZ~u~ .?Clllý°.elý' ýCI p 1ý.T'1ý pll?ý9Q12.Gý'CýC.ý x';` .s; C-OW01*ae fA 6- -lc--r HE Panama railroad has behind it a romantic history, but no less interesting is the wonderful record of achievement which it is now making. The original projectors of the line--daring Americans, who reaped lit tie benefit from their enterprise-had no thought that it would become an Indispensable auxiliary to the greatest physical undertaking the world has ever witnessed. A railroad across the isthmus of Panama began to be talked of shortly after the introduction of steam power, but it needed the stimulus of the dis covery of gold in California to put life into the project. Thousands of the 'forty-niners" made the journey to the Pacific Eldorado by way of the Isth t.as. They were carried by steamships to the mouth of the Chagres and rowed up that river to Las Cruces. wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

WONDER OF SCENIC AMERICA IS THE GARDEN OF THE GODS1 Tract of Fantastic and Picturesque Rock Formations Is One of the Most Beautiful Show Places of Continent---Former Property of Railroad Now Owned by Colorado Springs GATEWAY TO THE GARDEN OF THE GODS. One of the scenic wonders of the American continent is the Garden of the Gods, that tract of fantastic and wonderful rock formations, which has just become, by gift from the children of the late Charles E. Perkins, the property of the city of Colorado Springs, Colo. Once the worshipping place of the Indian, who heard in the echoing caves the voice of the great spirit, the Garden of the Gods has now become a point of pilgrimage for the white man. It is visited an nually by thousands from all over the world. The Garden of the Gods is located four miles northwest of Colorado Springs and may be reached by car riage. It is a natural garden of sev eral hundred acres, in which are tum bled huge rocks of grotesque and of marvelous shape. Chief...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

i eif "Uncle Tom's Cabin" will be pre sented at the Harnois theater or Thursday April 8, by the Stetson sompany. There is so much of in. Cient, Jollity, tender sentiment, lively dialogue, spectacular situation and aestic justice in ancient Uncle Tom Tat it will ever be of undying in. itrest to the multitude. It Is all very well to be superior to the lnarm of this entertainment, but it farnalshe pleasure to thousands and there is no offering so enjoyed by young and old alike. The cold critic iS met by the logic of the box-office and throws up his hands. This grand cld stage story illustrates the vagar te of life and the versatility of hu mian nature. The law of compensa tion so dear to Emerson, is strictly observed. The pathetic death of Lit is Eva has no sooner covered the Atidlence with sorrow's pall, then a Atunning cakewalk comes to restore the flooded or the merely drooping soul. The Stetson company is the acknowledged leader in the produc tion of Harriet Beecher Stowe's masterp...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPAN Time to Brighten Up the Home Outside and In The beautiful spring season, the season of buds and blossoms and green fields, is at hand. It is the time appointed by Nature for dressing the earth in new and gorgeous colors, as though, by an inspiring example, to spur us on to the ornamentation of our homes. Missoula's reputation as the prettiest city in the state can be materially enhanced by the judicious use of good paint; homes that are now riat tractive and look old and weather-worn can be made beautiful, and interiors can be made more pleasing by painting and varnishing. Home comforts can ,e enhailnced by the investment in carpets. draperit and furniture. And it all can be done at a comparatively slight expense, considering the returns, with this store to supply everything needed. Ready Mixed House Pleasant, Attractive Dining Rooms MINNESOTA LINSEED OIL Probably no other room in the house is the source of as much pride to the housekeeper as PAINT CO.'S M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

soot Fish DeSs -ee a Ilmeo te e 'er some of tea we. sthoke (fish, all daily by ex Salmon, lb ........ I UlSY CORNeR. Pihse N uShould Know t Fowler's Dyspepsia Cure so .aored many Miesoulians of evere and distressing stomach *roubles, and we guarantee it will eare you if you will take it. It is a scientifi preparation, pre ad with care from the purest best druop to be had; is a tonic *O the general system and will build ,you up, enable you to eat anything nad dlgest it; maze you strong and oappy and life worth living. ILarge bottles, each ...................... Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. m lmmand Sleek. Miessula I. IT'S DEVOE That's AU You Need to Know About PAINT SIMONS 8r.2 maginsas Avenue arpets and Rugs Your spring cleaning will develop the need of new floor coverings and new window hangings. We ` have them-an abundant and well assorted stock of the very latest designs and the very newest weaves. We are exclusive furnish esr and this is our spe cialty. Call and let u...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

EDITORAL THE D..E DAILY MISSOUIAN PA MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNTDA)Y 1MOININGt , APRIL 4, 1909. ANY peculiar positions re then in the big government of the United States, but the most unique of all, perhaps, are those oc cupied by two of Uncle Sam's am ployes at Washington, D. C. These men-known alike to labor and capi tal all over the country-are dedg nated by law as official peacemakerl it is their duty to preserve the peace, so to speak, between the railroads and that big, influentional body of men, the train operators engaged in interstate traffic. The Peacemakers. When these representatives of capi tal and labor are at loggerheads, the two men-Martin Augustus Knapp, of Syracuse, N. Y., chairman of the interstate commerce commis sion, and Dr. Charles P. Neill, United States commissioner of labor-step in and seek to pour oil on the troubled waters by averting a strike and ef fecting a compromise and settlement. The work of these two men has been remarkable in several particu lars. In...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

WE MAKE NO CLAIM FOR HAMMOND ADDITION THAT WE CANNOT PROVE. We have told you that Hammond Addition,is the most desir able residence district in Montana and that it also affords an opportunity for hivestment that cannot be excelled anywhere. We have told you this and we are prepared to show you, if you question any part of the assertion. If you are at all familiar with Missoula and western Montana affairs, you do not need to be shown; you know it to be a fact. But if there is any lingering doubt in your mind, let us call your attention to some things of which you possibly had not thought in this connection. It is certain that you will realize fully the truth of all we have said when you come to think over the matter seriously in connection with the development of Missoula. We are indulging in no idle boasting for Missoula or for Hammond addition. We are not boomers. We simply want to ask you to look at the facts which we present this morning and apply them to the consideration of the...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

~JA, i A, M i Itt ` r ' II 'jj "'Iix N6tlhing 1TLnh~isb dbort~ SNE or two other things does all the world love-besides a lover. One is a bride; another is a holiday. Both may be enjoyed to heart's content at Atlantic City dur ing the Easter fortnight. In fact, perhaps it is this longing for a holi day-this wistful wish for spring and out-of-doors tugging at the jided winter spirit-that takes all the world to Atlantic City- at Eastertide, quite as much as a desire to display and admire glorified spring raiment on the famous board-walk and in the cor ridors of the big hotels. Once step out of the train, along with the rest of the chattering holiday crowd, breathe in the vivifying air, fresh from the sea, drink in the golden sunshine, listen to the almost forgotten voice of old ocean whisper ing promises of summer days to come again-and feel dull care slip away behind you for a brief, glorious space. For this is Atlantic City at Easter eve and spring is not coming-it is here! Easter Br...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

133 Soa 1i1 Wert sia Street, Mis. labia, b..tea.. at the postotlee at Missuoula as saod-aass mail matter SU0JSRIPTION RATES (In Advanme) one month ................ 0.71 thre months .............. 1.,1 tsa months ................ t4. , eU ................. I.M one year .................. 1, Pesibge added for foreign oountri.a TRLIRPHONE NUMSII 3sg bees Offce 110 Uditorial Rooms SUSSORIIIERUIW PAPERS The MIs:oullan is anxious to give the test carrier servie:; therefore sub sorters are reqoested to report fauin eli.ery at oace. In ordering p.psp d to new address please give old also. Mofey orders and obecks .bed be made payable to The Mis a Publishing Company. SUNDAY, APRIL 4, 1900. PASSING EVENTS By all the signs it is spring. The grams is green, the buds are swelling, robins are so numerous that they have ceased to be a novelty, boys are playing baseball, the streams are ris ing, politicians are out in force and showers and snow squalls, mingle with the sunshine. There is no doubt at...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

TY The social dullness of the past four weeks of Lent, and even the perspect of Holy week, cannot quite subdue the anticipations of after-Easter events, and the present joys of Easter openings. Each millinery establish ment is the scene of social gatherings from early morning until evening, and with the flower trimmed hats, pre vailing this year, give the impression of drawing rooms, freshly and elabor ately decorated each day, while birds of gay plumage add tropical sugges tions. Among the important after Easter events already announced is the ball to be given by the Woman's club on Easter Monday, the dance by Beta Phi chapter of the Kappa Kappa Gamma fraternity on the 23rd of "April, and the university play, and iumerous hints of other affairs add a delightful uncertainty. On Monday Evening. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lemley en tertained the members of the Sun shine club and their husbands at their home in North Missoula on Monday evening. Whist was played until a late hour, when refres...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 April 1909

AT WORD Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results Three Modern Homes That Cannot Be 'Duplicated for These Prices $5,500--One si x- roo m house in block 15, Knowles' addition, South Fifth street west. -~--r- $5,000-o-ne seven - room house situated on South Third street west, in 500 block. -$5,000--One seven- room house four blocks from Higgins av enue,, on East Ce dar street. One double brick house, 12 rooms, on East Pine street, only four blocks from Hig gins avenue; terms reasonable. Two lots in block 15, Knowles' addition, 50x100; prices $1,000 to ,$1,100. Will make suitable terms on above. Two lots in block 23, Low's addition; each large enough to build two houses on; price $800 each. One warehouse with plenty of storage ground and track per mit. One five-room mod ern house, including bath, electric lights and range, on. Dickens street; price $3,500, on easy terms. One six-room mlod ern house, best of plumbing, range in cluded; situated on corner of Cooper and Dickens streets; pric...

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