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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 9 November 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER { ol I_. Helena, IMontana, Friday, .A'ozent cr, I. Qo6. 3_5. eekOly by The Montana -lndeater Ctompany. BSASS. EDITOR. boa 3.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Advertisang Rate. on Application. ed u second.class matter April 12, ,te post Otfice at Helena, Montana, he Act of ConresofMarch 3, 879. all Communications to "The Montana jisadealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. EACE! ROBPERITY ! NION !! ,iod By, LaCroix, Goodly By. be gospel of truth is mighty will prevail. illy around Roosevelt was a ie cry which carried with it pration and hope. eader Bass is well, thank you; is the Independent? he Campaign waged by the irman of the County Central amittee by Dr. O. M. Lanstrum shown results beyond the ex tations of the most sanguine, again THE PLAINDEALER has a justified in making the asser a before a chairman was se ed that if Dr. O. M. Lanstrum the man he could conduct a ning campaign. e are pleased to note the re ;ton of Sheriff E. M. Reynolds iallatin County....

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 9 November 1906

NO WAR WITH UTES' INDIANS AND FEDERAL OFFl DECERS CIDE TO AGREE. They Go to Fort Meade While Await ing Settlement-Chief Says "Roose velt Mighty Hunter," and Will Pro vide Hunting Grounds-lndian Bu reau Will Take Charge. TI.e te Indiains ant te go.isent t.enti ha e i. tne to t ri, . It has heeL agil c'- that the lu.I;1 a 1 ,U I CeUia sht ll hate a ptt t5,w s itti the great white lahlt r itn in th' un.iihie tL . tri te shall go to Fort Meaudle iu chal ge of Colon' l ing'  at the Sixth catatlr). tations ark. to 1,'" i-~n- to theta there. ITh- goiterultn i' t was the result of a 1. hour' <i+:+' . nee. Se% vial tint s the lI,-Ii;it, left tl' <un fecriouce, vowing they ' oudII not r tn11111. 'Th') insisted th.ey would nit go back to Utah and that they - wanit'd a new bunting grountlld. (Coloneli Iotlgrs andI Captain (art.-r I'. Johl.,on told them P'resiident ou-et lt wx.i tltake care of theti, and (Ali I t'uka.sin but it to the rest of the I and in this way. Ro.l oset lt, llh nul...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 9 November 1906

|LBOR IS IN IEMANli IT IS SAID THE RAILROADS NEED 510,00 MEN. Scarcity of Men Delaying Work on All western Lines-Pay Reaches $2.50 a Day-Demand for Workmen Felt All over the Country, but West Suf fers Most. From Chicago comes this report: In. ability to tind laborers is hampering the railroads all over the west in car rying out contemplated improvements. At least 50,000 men are wanted, rail road managers say, with practically none on the market. Roads are will ing to pay as high as $2.50 a day. The Western Pacific needs t000 men; the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul, 6000 to 7000 men for its extension to the coast; the Southern Pacific, 6000 for its extension northward through Cali fornia to Portland; the Chicago & NortnOestern, 4000 to 000 men, and the North Coast line a large force for its road from Walla Walla to Seattle. In aditltion to new construction, nearly every western road is doubso tracking and building cutoffs and ma king similar improvements. The Northern Pacific ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 9 November 1906

IfSeatiful , krautiftul H3.rld Stro::dt a :out.'r ar;::a :;a:d Where t:;e Spr:rtt.rflne *u*.;bt ' "tu I On the riT:s .:~' river- -r-it. On the roirjn'- Cr:ý'n.;W r, rera-t Strol:ed the maatiu. ,-r, <. frie m'n tn Where the bud-. "*: /t.1.:1,.- fr:' Deep into the o-.ou- vwoix Wanderea; far. . .--... r; -. Sweetthe ;'.werr-' I -eta'., i..i Incene fror te-.r mea.uw *v., Carolled t:rdi. amona te tr' . Droning. soft.y. 'r.: (-:i thet e. But the .over s.aw l3,r nearr" Buds a-tlaoowm or -vrug of bird. In her cheek- w re rroseL red 'airer than the '~:'ic;:ani fa re(: Sweet witihr her -ricwt-w.t - t';r.;at Dwelt a -oft i. a. ::t o.- no Deeply ;t:n .rC atE .- ' Wasa gln:mpi,< : I'arao::-e Hound about ner wa' t i.:- arm Shieided her from woudiitu iarm: IBees from s!,ower to lower :i!pp't- But 'twa, Heaven, that ihe vp:jrijd:t yrdin Williams The Sewing (ircle met T'hurs day at the reside-nc.e af Mrs. Maeks. last week we inadvertently failed to mention the name of M F. C. Anderson as one ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 16 November 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I. Helena, !Montana, Friday, Novzembe, i6, o906. No. 36. MOiN(TANA rLA1NDEALERN. b ab b Weekly by TIb Moenamn S isdeale compsay. . ASS, .. . EDITOR. g .oo per year, Strictly in Ad- d Advertising Rates on Application. d s secondclass matter April l2, Sthe pos Office at Heless, Montns, a he Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. v all Communications to The Montana a P-jsldealer, 19 South Main Street, e Helena, Montana. t PEACE ! PROSPERITY!! t UNION!!! r It is well for the complexion of a he 60th Congress that the order , ishonorably discharging the bat- t alion of the 25th Infantry was p itbheld until after the election. h True to the spirit of the moss- I democracy the Independent r ys let bygones be bygones. It the same old story in the same way. . In patronizing the various firms the necessities of life we urge ur readers tc look over the adver. 4 ments that appear in these col- 1 inns. It is a good barometer as the appreciation of your patron. t and the p...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 16 November 1906

NEWSOF THE WORLI SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GLOBSE A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. In a rear Ind cul..si:n between a .a,Lt L v re.sLt ant can-a l" I- : .gbt, L oU Inr , r; , .li of ic: Ltu ii..e, .ui., L. 1. (JoU..i of .anwert, lowa. a brake mran on tLe anma; e, sai ailled. Woiuam i nawµ, tLe )J.ung Lo.,un aire, -iejL- w of Harry "luaw, ",ho awaits tra: for k:2.ng nf!urJ VWLt'-. will s"on appear beture a bherfil' grand jary to icfe-Lu i.imsef against ..e vLa;ge rl.aa.e by L.s rnoth'r that ite i at habitual driunea:,. It was r.-ported on reiiaule authority that the .lexicaa Central railroad has been purchasid by the Chicago, Roek islanld A Pacific anld is now a part of hle Rock Island s) stem. The ottliiai election rtturns as the) come in (ut dowSn Goverinor Hloch' plurality in Kan-as. but th,ere is scarcely a p~ssibility now that they w'il bring his pluraiity i*. V '...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 16 November 1906

The Kidneys Wbehn they are weak, torpid, or stagnant. the whole system suffers. Don't neglect thet at this time, but heed the warning of the Aching back, the bloated face, the sallow complelion, the urinary disorder, and begin treatment at once with 0 Hood's Sarsaparilla ¶blch contains the best and safest curat.ve .tb3tances. In usual liquid form or in c1(:o'ol'tld tablets kuuwu as Sarsata bS. 100 dos1 s $1 W. L. DOUCLAS *3.50&93.00 8soes agsT IN THN WORLD Jlm! $4 6it Edge Im Neunlloed atnyprifl sIo.. *OZ ~ tot55f pt. l DA!ua Jos DouglasWo;neOn' Misses and shoesor style, t d te l other mLake I Io ltk e you Into my srger tors at Brocktonl Mass.,and show Whow careully W.L. Douglas shoes ,, mode, nwould then understand why they old their shape, fit better, wr longer, and are of greater value thu any eother make. Whemer yo. lve, YOU aC obtai W. L. .usi shoe. it. ean and pmic i latargpe f"u ead Iuior sBhoes. r, as.o aubsh . o. Ak your daleor l '. L. Douglas shoes S.d imdst you hwv...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 16 November 1906

LOCALS The itlent Hour in the Pers PIlace Alone. I ,tanl' in the Secret P' ace Where none but (;od may hear: I i-ten content. for here I'm -afe. \th only the thought- that cheer. Within the Secret Place I stand. Where naught but Good I -ee: What need I fear with the Christ's dear hand To guard and keep me free. Ecaping from the world awhile, Oh. how sweet it is to know There is always one place free from guile Where earth-weary ones may go. One blessed, sure and safe retreat, Apart from earth's rush and roar; Down in the depths of the heart's great deep Where the mind may learn to soar. The place is fillel with light and peace, With wisdom, strength, and power; 'Tis here that life's bountiful hopes increase In this sacred silent hour. -Ella Caroline Clarke MISS MAMIE WALTON, Teacher of Pianofbrte, Studio 109 Jefferson St., will be pleased to receive her patrons at any time Music furnished on all occasiaon. TEIRMS EASY. Please notify this office when you change your address; or if ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 23 November 1906

)I THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER ---- t-tHedna, IMo,ana, Friday, November 23, 1go6. No. 37. g IO ANA rLAINUEALER. • eekl7 by Tib. M.ntaa FU-  ealetr Oompay. . BASS, . . EDITOR. *2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Advertising Rates on Application. rad second.class matter April I2, Po te pat Oice at Helena, Montaas, de Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. a- Communications to The Montana jIndear, q9 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. pEACE! pRO8PERITY I! UNION I! Snge in Situation as Re te Discharged Soldiers of the 25th Infantry his week has witnessed no material age in the attitude of the admin tion toward the discharged sol of the Twenty-lifth Infantry. the absence of the President pro came in so thick and fast ast the unjust actiou of the Chief utor that the Secretary of War ed the order until he could aaintthe President with the same, he is determined it seems, and I not even give the soldiers a re gi. And it seems now their only is in Congress, and while it y be some time before justice is...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 23 November 1906

FORTY.ONEIROWNEU TWO STEAMERS IN COLLISION ON PUiET SOUND. Steamer Jeannie Strikes the Steamer Dix and Latter Disappears-Cause of Accident was a Misunderstanding of Signals-Water Was Smooth as Millpond-Jeannie Was Not Injured. Seattle, Wash., Nov. 20.-In a collis ion between the steamship Jeannie, be longing to the ...asks Coast company, Captain P. H. Mason, and the Puget sound steamer Dix, belonging to the Alki Point Transportation company, 41 people were drowned Sunday night. There were 79 pasengers on board. The cause of the accident was a mis understanding of signals. The Jeannie struck the Dix on her starboard side Just abaft midships, and keeled her over. She filled with water, then right ed and went down stern first, sinking within five mi-utes of the time of the colosion. The Dix was on ner way to Port Blakeley from Seattle, and the Jeannie was going from Smith Cove to Taeoma to unload ore for the smelter. List of missing: Albert McDury, lumber surveyor. - Pigott, filer. C. ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 23 November 1906

Sood's SarBaPariIla B.rPedy other mediciue in mertt, gasd curs. aes gE -reat as it has been. has ap ta Jost begun. g f' t 'ivbed by actual count more than ta bss Wes in two years. the blon od.sur o al blood dll - hIt mors ad all eptions. eIt ensthw' the stomach, erest ans dIt tbuilds up the whole system. I@ thatl tired feeling and makes the -i0t 1..d form or In chocolated tablets to la Ssr satabs. toodo - )ancing Instructios A simple, yet thorough course of written in structions (book let formt) on the correct dancing of the waltz andt twso-step; every movement illus Strted and ex - jlainod. li ordering, state whether $2. for las ' or gen tlemrl. Pubis d by ýe,,lilt Aedef;ny of Dancing, sokolet, \Nash. Mefn•ce ,. ,. Munuroe, -euretary of Spo cate ('hdi'nier of -ommert'e. • -- . n| m - Fire at Goldfield. Gc!&~ld, Nev.-A fierce fire, swept by a stro tg wind, destroyed the Hotel Goldfield, the leading hotel of the town, possibly cost the lives of three I guests and threatened the d...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 23 November 1906

Hrinlr--n B ker is no: ,-ui l;yC at the Lan b,' Ciui. Next 'Ihursday i! th. I· n Thanksgiving l):nner at St James MIr. Rodg-,rs was in the .ity th;a week from Oakland. Cl. Tr:e to his spirit Spencer Smith says tie President was '.-rtireli right in .::r-is..ing th -'o:diers of th. :2.,tl In:t. J. H. Tucker has accepted a position At the H.l.-na Hotel. Subscri hrrs knowing their sub scription to haie expired will do us a favor by remitting their sub scription or calling at this office, I and paying up, or we will send out I a collector. as we need th." money, t indeed we do,. The la lies' favorite, Mr. I)avid i Gordon. will attend to the )usin,.ss I -nad of thi" office during our ab sence in Butte. The Order of Colored Elks t,, be1Ji organizd in the e.,rl% part ,f De.- i cember will be comnpsed of more fe than thirty-five l harter m.-mbcrse. at J. B. Re.d nas resigwrd Ihis pos tion with the Lambs' ( !l,. Eugene Clark was initi at.in. the mysteries of the Masonic Or der Tuesday et.eni...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 December 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER 1/ . li le/cna, .  ItIana, Fridaa /) em,c '; 7. 1o0.. o gS. bliletl dWeekly hy The Montana plailndealer CompaniIy. SIss. . EDITOR. ,crlIa,tn $- o per year, strictly in Ad ice. Adiveltslllu Ratec on Application. terel as secon,l.class matter April 12, t the I,'tr O)fice at Helena, Montana, er the Act of C~,tigress of March 3, 1879. Jes all (tomunnltcalions to The Montana' plaindealer. 19 South Main Street, Heilena, Montana. PEACE PROSPEI·ITY !! UNION!!! If the comilng Assembly wishes enact a law which will forever ,eiv the gratitude of our best izenhilp. make it a felony for excuse of man who is so de aded to live off the shame of rostitutt. Notring Inl It Periodically a wail from some eap white man who seeks noto ty by opposing the Negro comes tth; this time from some obscure uld-be st t,'sman in Oregon o is goin , to introduce a bill to ohibit Ne;,roes from wearing the ignia of the fraternity to which ey belong, viz: The I. B. O. of of The World. It would ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 December 1906

NEWS OF NORTHWEST WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA ITEMS. A Few Interesting Items Gathered From Our Exchanges of the Sur rounding Country-Numerous Acci dents and Personal Events Take Place-Fall Trade Is Good. WASHINGTON NOTES. Shortage in the milk supply is one of the serious preblems that is con fronting Spokane dairymen. It has been carefully estimnated that at least 1500 acres of fruit trees will he put in by the farmers In and close around Brewster. It is reported gambling dens are again runnirg wide open in Tacoma. Not the slightest effort is being mane to conceal the fact. Jacob Johnson, a Northern Pacific watchman at Toppenish, was fright fully mangled at North Yakima re cently by being run over by a freight train. The State asylum at Medical Lake has advertised to receive bids for 2700 cords of wood for the asylum. The bids will be opened Saturday, Decem ber 8, at 2 p. m. The state superintendent announces that 117 teachers' certificates had been issued to Spokane appli...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 December 1906

oe pimples, bolls. hives se:eea Corbeu. or some other form of erup or rat -- omtimes they eist in the sstem. del: but yfeells of weaknesse lmrnor, aippetite, or general debility. without alonly breaking out e sarsaparilla epels thn. renervates. yed's and tones the whole system. asslgetCshtimony of thouseads annually. hp o substitute. but insist on havdin Hood's Sarsaparilla Is eual liquid formor ln ehoeolated tablet. as Sarsaa 100 dove. $. Attractions ax x - o---..-. " The attractions booked at the Spo ane theater for the rest of the month eso for the month of December, are November 27-28, Ajuerta Gallatin in .Dorothy Vernon of Haddon Hall." November 29, Maxine Elliott in "Her "oreat Match." November 30 and December 1, John grimth in "Ricnard the Third." December 3-4-5, Florence Roberts in -The Strength of the Weak." December 7-8, "Sis Hopkins." December 13-14-1., Max Figman In «The Man on the Box." December 16-17-18, "Peggy From December 20, The Juvenile Boston December 21-22, Ker...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 7 December 1906

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Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER THTWOI AS NI FURHLU. S N. SENAIE AND IHL LEWIIANU GLARK ULLEGATION TO IEH LNN LLGiSLAIIVE ASSEMBLY i V~ ,,, si I,·n *" .4 I, ft ~I - r'9· I, . 1· >7 r, tI · t · .1'. \ ` "I· y_;t .91 · " ý1 ·rc i run haw I rc~l~ h0 w~

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

:'Ii - z- , <4 7: ý t W IE N Pirrre Nade-au brought hi-. Itblooming brile to the Itiver I'.ar ht,he was young and str.mig, fresh from the lumber ramps of l.ake St. John. 11.e had been appointed wharf foreman in his new homen, land Ihand grown old and gray as time wenit on. until a small farm and dwelling, bought with the fruits of his toil. providled a shelter for his declining yet rs. Tºwo sons had been born to the Na de:ns. who, ii they grew to manhood, went nulturally to the lumbnher camps. Af ter a tinei. hiow'ever. attracted by promises of hitglir w .es, and eash p;tayment, in lieu of store t rlde. thtey stught the growing West. \W'hen they left their home they were .lad in provinetlal fashion; when they returlrned, on it visit only. they were clad in storel' clothes and radiant neck wearI. antd It'y tused strange English, such as madet the l'ere Nadeau sick at heart. Fnally, aftelr unbridled depreclation of the uirrouttings in which they were born and bred, they departed ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

NEW OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE 5LOBDE A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Another attempt on the life of Ad miral Dubassoff, ex-governor general of Moscow, Russia, was made Saturday afternoon, but be escaped with slight injuries. Notices have been posted at all cot ton mills in Lowell, Mass., of a Ave per cent increase in wages to go into efect on Monday. About 17,000 opera tives are affected. Members of the house and senate have been denied more salary by a vote of 188 to 106, but house speaker and vice president will draw $12,000 yearly, also cabinet members. Governor Magoon of Cuba has issued a decree directing all rural guardsmen to be especially vigilant in arresting all persons bearing arms witheut II. cease. Another gubernatorial decree provides for the expenditure of $326, 000 for sanitation in various towns throughout the island. St. Louis, Dec. 15.-...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 21 December 1906

R18 MONTANA PLAINAULm I J. B- - I : ?Ia~nd.BlU" 4 'omL teu, VECIe. Adveti 'n f Kate. "."" \yt. T. ra, ,-, Entered as sec' I, ' "a' ma's l, \iI "I , i stSa, at the N t'* a , Aat lena, M ..,an. mnd Jr the A I '.t" , '" ,. | Address all nrnrl al' " Ylt Cil'3t . ti e W .  % s ?leiesrex . IV tioulth Nlen -.I, vrl. liste. No mma. PEACE ! PROSI'..RI IV! UNION!!' A Merry Christma;s ani iI .'ppy New Year to you! (ur )Minion oIf Pear.c,. I'ro.elt'r ity anti nioTitn hotis tgl d for 1:,)7 Join us. The jo'l huonters will I"' tlus' ., the titel .tplp~roatrn" for t.h -.n Vnllilln f the T'r1Ie l I.. r,ltD . Assiembly. One ret"c tluio thllat 1th, I II l'oli'e 1oor'e rouTihl mak' w.th t goi1 grate. ex(lusin the T.'uaal I Chief, for the New Year is that for 1907 thev sihall I'e more courteoust than in 1906. The mnajority of us have no, care as to whether we shall have a green or white Christmas, lprovid ing we are supplied with the long green. Make yourself a Christmas prees ent of a subscription o...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
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