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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 May 1909

BIG FIRE THREATENS GASOLINElANK FLAMES ARE RAGING IN RAIL 'ROAD YARDS OF RIO GRANDE AT GRAND JUNCTION. Grand Junction, Col., May 5.-Ignited from a fire originating in a string of freight cars at 3 o'clock this after noon, the fire in a warehouse in the Denver & Rio Grande yards here con taining 20,000 gallons of oil, is beyond control, and it is feared that the roundhouse and machine shops that adjoin the burning building will be destroyed. The roundhouse has been emptied of engines and has caught fire several times, the flames being extinguished only with the greatest difficulty. A cistern containing 4,000 gallons of gasoline and covered with a mound of earth is located but 30 feet from the blazing warehouse, and the firemen are working in constant fear of an ex plosion that will wreck all the build ings and scatter the flames in every direction. No attempt is being made to extin guish the blazing oil tanks, but every effort is being made to prevent the ignition of the gasoline...

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. — 6 May 1909

,'OU will never forget the comfort of that last pair of PLORSH.EIM BLUCHERS. This one - the HYLO tCheral Patent Colt had an equal-it has he "ball room" necessary to properly fit most feet - And-yet the toeismoder. ately pointed and graceful. :Always-whatever the last - the FLORSHEIM Shoe is " Natural Shape." The Martin Co. MARKET MOVEMENTS OF THE DAY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITIES RECORDED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. New York, May 5.-The stock mar ket showed today the winning influ ence of the commodities clause deci sion in some subsidence of activity in, a mixed tone in the speculation. There were elements of strength, but they were diverted to the less influential quarters bf the list except for a late advance in Southern Pacific. In the usual market leaders, Reading and Union padific, the fact soon appeared that effective selling orders were placed in the market to meet any fur ther advance in prices. The effect was to dampen the enthusiasm of the bull party and to prompt to gre...

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. — 6 May 1909

Montana State Fair $12,000 in Purses and Stakes AT HELENA September 27-28-29-30 an? October 1 and 2, 1909 Harness Races No. 1--Merchants' Purse 2 :12 Pacers ......................................$1,000.00 No. 2--Bankers' Purse 2:25 Pacers .....................................$1,000.00 No. 3 Free-for-all Pace ..........................................$500.00 No. 4--Montana Bred Two-year-old Pacers ..........................................$350.00 No. 5--Montana Bred Three-year-old Pacers ..........................................................$350.00 No. 6--Lewis and Clark Purse 2:18 Class Trotting ......................-. ...................... $1,000.00 No. 7--Montana State Fair Purse 2:30 Class Trotting.............................................$1,000.00 No. 8--Montana Bred Two-year-old Trotting ................ ...................$350.00 No. 9--Montana Bred Three-year-old Trotting ....................................$350.00 No.10 Free-for-all Trot ...............................

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. — 6 May 1909

WASHINGTON NEWS THE MISSOULIAN'S SPECIAL 8ER VICE. Washington, May 5.-Senator Ray or, of Md., in his speech on the jar it last week related a disastrous ex 1rierce that befell him over his pub lication of a book on the tariff. it Was 20 years ago when Mr. Rayner *4,5 running for congress from one of the Maryland districts. He had been iit congress for a few terms. During one of the campaigns Mr. Rayner sald a friend advised him to write a book on the tariff and distribute it (freely through the district, compli Inenting him on his great knowledge 6O the tariff, and saying it would help in the contest which was waging rather warmly. Rayner having a Worthy adversary. "In an evil hour 1 took the advice," said Senator Ray ner in his speech. "I wrote the book hitd distributed it well. It was a Work of 160 pages and had an eager iarket. But I was defeated just 160 totes and I have always thought that it the book had been a thousand pages I would have been defeated by a thousand votes. Thi...

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. — 6 May 1909

Daily Puzzle .5. I'° A. WISH. IEwsh was anhelepat Iwst I wa an eleha t, TAn waelktanahournor two, HTo deorat emybaome. Whl pepl com an Bo Aun'i manner an't so f ine, Find another clown. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Right side down, above head. 0 One of today's little ads good fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: A. 48-Five S. S.-One N. H. P.-Four H. 10-One E.-Two H.-One M. C. K.-One M.-One X. Y.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. NEW FOUR-ROOM MODERN COT tage on Plymouth street. Phone 439 red, or see J. F. Harrington. FOR QUICK SALE-4-ROOM HOUSE with 60-foot front; shade and fruit trees; south front on Toole avenue; $1200; terms. Ask, 317 Higgins ave nue: house vacant. HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, BATH, TWO ranges, linoleum on bath and kitch en; owner occupies 4 rooms; rents the balance for over $50 per month' corner lot,. 60 x 80, five blocks east of Higgins avenue on proposed str...

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. — 6 May 1909

RREILLY 'S BUSY CORNER. Coffees Barrington Hall, 8 flavors, lb 40# Diamond W., lb ...........................40¢ White House, lb ............................4O0 W ad4 o, lb ..................................... 1 Pheasant Millars, the best cof fee in the city at the price, lb 25# For the convenience of parties who have not used Barrington Hall cof fee we have it put up in %-lb. tins whleth*e are selling at, each....10# RECEIVING DAILY Asparagus Green Onions Pie Plant Spinach Barbgur's Lettuce Radishes THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 9S Scabless Potatoes AND Smutless Grain Both are insured by right use of the right kind of formaldehyde. It costs but about one-half cent a bushel to free seed from the smut germ and there are few places where so small an expenditure will yield so large a profit. Get the reliable grade of FORMALDEHYDE that we carry and you can depend upon satisfactory results. Full di rections for use on each bottle. Special attention given to mail orders. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLE...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 May 1909

THE WEATHER THE TATTY MISSOULIAN Today-Fair,. YPRICy FVEl e fENT Tomorrow-Fair, mT RU JH..UL TheMlola. VOL. TXXVI. NO. 2. MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 7T, 1909. PRICEFV ET CARE OF BOY CAUSE OF TROUBLE MR. AND MRS. JAMES P. LEE ARE ARRESTED ON TRAIN HERE FOR KIDNAPING. ARE GRANTED FREEDOM After Telling Story to Officials of the Sheriff's Office, Accused Man and Woman Are Permitted to Go to Ho tel-Indications Are That Hysterics Started Apparent Sensation. James P. Lee was surprised when Under Sheriff Miller arrested himon a Northern Pacific train here yesterday and told him that he was charged with kidnaping the 6-year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Peabody of Marysville. To say that Mr. Lee was surprised is only half expressing the situation, for he and his wife, who was also on the train and subjected to arrest, thought that they were taking the child to their new home in St. Regis with the full consent of its parents. Under Sheriff Miller was also surprised, a little later on ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 May 1909

$800 One-Third Cash Balance in one and two years for a choice 50x130 lot, reasonably close in on South Sixth street. This is the 'cheapest 50-foot lot on Sixth street west. $750 60 x 130-Foot Corner On Stevens street, close in to built district; 60x130 corner, on terms of 1-3 cash, balance one and two years. This is a beautiful building cor ner. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. D1R. GOD WILL REMAIN UNTIL SATURDAY NIGHT FINDS IT IMPOSSIBLE TO GET AWAY FRIDAY, AS WAS HIS INTENTION. This has been, indeed, a very busy week for Dr. Dodd. Many names are still on his waiting list, anxious to con suit him before he returns home to Butte. More than 200 people have been fitted by I)r. Dodd at the A'-ssoula hotel during the past month and his work has given such exceptional satis faction that his practice has grown beyond his fondest expectations, his patients of a few days experiencing such relief that they invariably return with s...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 May 1909

PROGRESS IS MADE IN TRIAL NINE WITNESSES IN PATRICK CALHOUN CASE ARE CROSS EXAMINED DURING DAY. San Francisco, May 6.-Good prog ress was made today in the trial of Patrick Calhoun, president of the United Railroads, nine witnesses for the prosecution having undergone an interrogation before court adjourned for the day. It is the anticipation of those familiar with the evidence that will probably be presented in the com pletion of the case that arguments will be reached before the end of next week, and the case will go to the jury in less than two weeks' time. The evidence presented today all went to the subject of the money al leged to have been paid to Ruef by Tirey L. Ford, general counsei for the railway company, acting as the agent of Mr. Calhoun. Toward the close of the day three employes of Tirey L. Ford's office were called to the stand and related what they knew of a visit to Ford's office by Ruef in 1907, it being the claim of the prosecution that it was on this occasion th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 May 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 189 and 131 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. Entered at the postoffice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month ................$0.75 Daily, three months ............. 2.25 Daily, six months .............. 4.00 Daily, one year .................. 8.00 Weekly. one year ................. 1.60 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER. Business Office 110 Editorial rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoulian Pubishing Company. FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1909. STILL ON DECK. Speaker Cannon, hale and hearty, is seventy-three years young today. He retains the gavel and the congratula tions which he will...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 May 1909

EUGENE HOWARD SUES FOR DAMAGES SUIT IS BROUGHT BY YOUNG MAN AGAINST ROCKY MOUNTAIN TELEPHONE COMPANY. The Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone company was made the defendant yes terday in a heavy suit for damages, the suit being filed in the district court by Eugene C. Howard, a well known young man of the city, who was formerly employed by the com pany as lineman. The complaint states that on April 16, 1907, the plaintiff was employed in the regu lar discharge of his duties as line man, and was working about one mile from Quartz, in the Coeur d'Alene district; that in his work he was com pelled to climb telephone poles to a height of 30 feet. The plaintiff alleges that on ac count of a pole having been rotten and decayed at its base. It brdlt with his weight and hurled him to the ground, injuring him internally and externally and causing numerous at tacks of paralysis since the accident. totally incapacitating him from work and injuring him permanently. The plaintiff holds the company res...

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. — 7 May 1909

Daily Puzzle ~- rý AN ANCIENT SORROW. Tite m} thinal nymphs, a. a loonking glss. tseed a limphid spring, ci ate; But, oh. the sorrow of if! Each lw s Had no hat to fix an stmilght. Find a modern lass. Answer to yes-terday a Iuzz r laft corner down, in clown's clothes. The h©fl1Ii One of today's little ads may hold the germ of Of l Ugood fortune for you. GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: A. 48-Five S. S.-One N. H. P.-Four H. 10-One E.-Two H.-One M. C. K.-One M.-One X. Y.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-ONE 6-ROOM HOUSE, 1-2 block from Catholic church. C. C., Missoulian. NEW FOUR-ROOM MODERN COT tage on Plymouth street. Phone 439 red, or see J. F. Harrington. HOUSE, NINE ROOMS, BATH, TWO ranges, linoleum on bath and kitch en; owner occupies 4 rooms; rents the balance for over $50 per month; corner lot, 60 x 80, five blocks east of Higgins avenue on proposed street car line. A...

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. — 7 May 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS OF THE DAY TRANSACTIONS IN SECURITIES RECORDED ON THE NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE. New York, May 6.-The professional traders in stocks were puzzled to lnow what was going on in the mar ket today under cover of the striking movements in a number of stocks of the lower class. Attention was fo. cused on the industrial stocks and sudden advances were made in a great variety of these, some of which have not appeared on the tape records for a long time previously. The general list, including the stocks of the more substantial class, were also more re sponsive to the rise in specialties, and opinion in the board room was that realizing sales were going on in those stocks in continuation of the move ment yesterday. The bulk of the busi ness was done at the level of prices of last night, nevertheless. These ad vances were not marked at any time and there was a constant wavering in thep rice level which reflected the un certain tone of the speculation. The sharp rise in a miscell...

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. — 7 May 1909

REILLY'S BUSY CORNER. Coffees Barrington Hall, 3 flavors, lb 40# Diamond W., lb .. ......... ....40# White House, lb ............ ...... 40# Wadco. lb ............................f1 Pheasant Millars, the best cof fee in the city at the price, lb 25# For the convenience of parties who have not used Barrington Hall cof fee we have it put up in 34-lb. tins which we are selling at, each....100 RECEIVING DAILY Asparagus f Green Onions Pie Plant Spinach Barbour's Lettuce Radishes THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 98 Scabless Potatoes AND Smutless Grain Both are insured by right use of the right kind of formaldehyde. It costs but about one-half cent a bushel to free seed from the smut germ and there are few places where so small an expenditure will yield so large a profit. Get the reliable grade of FORMALDEHYDE that we carry and you can depend upon satisfactory results. Full di rections for use on each bottle. Special attention given to mail orders. Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hammond Blo...

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. — 8 May 1909

E TWHE )AILY MISSO ULIAN " THE WEATHER AYOU GET IT Today-Fair. If you advertise for it in Tomorrow-Fair. The Missoullan. VOL. xxxvI. NO. 8. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 8, 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS DEATH RHATHiER THAN PRISON MRS. BOYLE SAYS SHE WILL KILL HERSELF RATHER THAN GO TO PENITENTIARY. WOMAN IS NOW ON TBIAL Alleged Accomplice in the Kidnaping of "Billy" Whitla Declares That There Is More to the Story Yet to Be Told but Insists That She Has Not Been Allowed to Tell It. Mercer, Pa., May 7.-Relying entire ly upon the contention that the Penn sylvania courts hove no jurisdiction in her case, counsel for Mrs. James I-I. Boyle, charged with aiding and abet ting in the kidnaping of "Billy" Whatla, today refused to offer any evidence in her behalf. Arguments will be made tomorrow. The prosecution claims that Mrs. Boyle participated in this state in a conspiracy to kidnap the boy, which is combatted by the defense, which will endeavor to have her turned over to the authoriti...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 May 1909

$800 One-Third Cash Balance in one and two years for a choice 50x130 lot, reasonably close in on South Sixth street. This is the cheapest 50-foot lot on Sixth street west. $750 60 x 130-Foot Corner On Stevens street, close in to built district; 60x130 corner, on terms of 1-3 cash, balance one and two years. This is a beautiful building cor ner. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. EXPLOSION VICTIMS TO BE BURIED TODAY The last chapter in the explosion of last Monday, when five men lost their lives and a number of others were seriously injured, will close today when the remains of the four victims will be interred with ceremonies appro priate to the occasion. The remains of Teleddore"Olson will be buried at 9 o'cldok this morning from Lucy's chapel, while the remains of Charles Andd6fon will be buried fron) ,.he chapel *t 'ib o'clock. The remains of Neto Hildo and Simon Mack will be builed at 1t anr 2 o'clock, respectively. The...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 May 1909

ARE INJURED ACCIDENT NS SUPREME IN NA GUARD ARMORY RAILING BREAKS. 7.-None of the 60 per In last night's accident, hletic meet in the new d armory has died, but of Captain Maurice sistant adjutant general Washington and of his 11 a huge building, had pleted, but had not been ted and was being used time the occasion being ck meet in which the nt amateur athletes of were entered. The audi large and the balcony The contests were he performers did well son of Portland, the dler of the London s, who last night set a r the 50-yard hurdles by istance in 5 1-4 seconds. keen interest when the thon runners came out is contest was drawing with F. L. Jackson of Ed Crabbe of Portland in the stretch, Jack rd ahead the spectators wildly excited, crowded rmsy iron piping that only guard around the whole east balcony rail utwvard and snapped. gave way first, but in a second the entire sec Is long went down and )ple above fell upon the crowds below. did not fall were dazed. noment the rush to the nd ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 May 1909

p AUY MISOvIULAN Sblished Every Day in the Year. :SaiSOULTAN PUBLISHING CO. 1 i and 181 West Main Street, Mis i oula, Montana. ilientered at the postoffice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month ................0.76 Daily, three months .............. 2.26 Daily, six months ............... 4.00 'fasly, one year ................ 8.00 Weekly, one year ................. 1.560 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER. Business Office 110 Editorial rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty 4elivery at once. In ordering paper dhanged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Missoullan Pubishing Company. SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1909. THE OPENING. There appears to be no doubt that the opening of the Flathead reserva tion will take place this year. 'When Senator Dixon was a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 May 1909

BERNSTORFF A GUEST AT LUNCHEON GERMAN AMBASSADOR DELIVERS ADDRESS TO HIS FELLOW COUNTRYMEN. Milwaukee, May .--Count Von Berstorff, the German ambassador was the guest of honor at the lun cheon today at the Deutscher club, an aristocratic German organization. He spoke in a happy vein. "I had occasion last evening to state that it had been an ardent delire of mine to visit the most German city of America as soon as possible. It gives me great pleasure to be able to repeat to you in my mother tongue, how grateful I am for the splendid reception that was gven me in this city. I recall a pretty story, the truth of which however, 1 would not like to guarantee. There may be some fic tion in it, but even so, it still re mains significant. According to this story his majesty the emperor once asked an American gener I who habu been invited to attend the Germn:e maneuvers, whether he had ever be fore been in Germany. The American general is said to have replied: "I have never before been over ...

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. — 8 May 1909

Saturday's Extraordinary Values ... Suits at $18.75 ..: All of our $25 and $27.50 suits to be soldi at this lIw pri1,l I, al l alterations free of clirge. THE SUITS *h ! ii new spring:\ l g 'models in fit iia m ii weight Iml(tq'itls, serges, am lnia s and noveltV 'f fl'ts. Ma ., dif1errnt models for you to (IchiXse friomi 1ni-fitid; \eIry coat5 linedl with good satin and s'plendidly tailored. Special for SSatrday Only $18.75 oppi! . This is an unusual oplortunity for this 1tin of he se'son. Yoll ShouItld not mniss it. !I . Millinery Reduced Greatly $!).50 and $10 trinnetd hats for ........... 7.25 Ladies' Knit Vests Best Apron Ginghams Lace Curtains Less In snow white, jersey ribbed, 68 ygayi 980 pair. sleeveless style, tape and lace A Inmskeag apron I hckcld gingiih , Regular $1.50 quality fw'lss and necks 1Q0, 154, 20¢, 20 , 354 bh.et Cquality, usuallly ils at l c Nottinghani I(ie curtains, in white yard. and ecrus, 98¢ pair. Hosiery Special Val. Lace Insertions Barber Towels 50c ...

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