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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

A Fine I Home On University Auenue An excellent new 8-room house, built for a home. Has every modern convenience and is located on two very choice lots. These are the times when you appreciate furnace heat and the many little conveniences that make life worth living. They are all to be found in this beau tiful home--not one lacking. Only $7,500 One-Third Cash CONFESSED BIGAMIST SURR[NI[RSI HIMSELF San Bernardino, Cal., Jan. 15.-A physical wreck from exposure to the blizzards, hunger and thirst while fleeing from arrest, a man giving his name as George Lang of Minneapolis, has surrendered to Constable Bagley of Colter on a charge of bigamy and is now in the county jail. His wife, formerly Miss Elgiva Hurst, he mar ried in 1905 in Minneapolis. They separated a year ago. Last August, after a month's acquaintance, Lang married Miss Pearl Price of Minne apolis,'whom he met at a society function, he says, and six weeks after his first wife's mother made a ro mantic appearance at a recepti...

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. — 16 January 1909

AY MISSOUIAN SSeray I in the TYear. Ps LISHININ Q CO. M uli1 Waseit Mala street, MI. soult, Montana u at the peatofis at Missolats YMetes.. ua seoond-class mail matter. SUBCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) lJally. one month ............... 0.75 DIay, three months ........... 2.25 IWty, siz months .............. 4.00 ly, one year .................... .00 Weekly, one year ................ 1.50 Peetsee added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Basiness Office 110 IDdltorlal Rooms IUBSCRISIRS' PAPERS The' Missoullan is anxlouS to give the beset carrier service; therefore Sub seribers are requested to report faulty deliYegy at once. In ordering paper Mawetd to new address please give old ldrtes also. Money orders and checks Idult, be made payable to The Mls Ieellaa Publishing Company. ISA RDAY. JANUARY 16, 1909. 8ilURL)LRAY. JANUARY 1(, 1909. THE POE CENTENARY. Teday, at the University of Vir ginia, will be inaugurated the week's program which has been arranged in honor of the one-hundredt...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

EXTRA SPECIAL TODAY Good Warm Wool Gloves Special Today EXTRA SPECIAL TO mewas Mitt , 0 dozen Men Heavy All Wool m6 dozen Men's Wool Gloves, 50 dozen Men's Fancy Wor- fireproof bormh Mitts, good quality, warm and durable; medium weight, in dark col- sted Gloves, in good colors, and knttted w i U| regular 50c value, special today; only ors; regular 35c and 50c val- worth 65c a pair, and one lot tar 7Te and $.1* awue ues, special today, only of Extra Heavy All-Wool speal today o Gloves, with double fingers, 25c pair 25c pair r ou 50c pair '5( values, ltoday .,a 5 Year-End Sale Year-End Sale The one great sale to which all Missoula A sale whose reputation for genumie bone and vicinity look forward to as the most im- fide bargains makes it different. Better than: portant bargain event of the entire year. any other "Clearance" sale. Men's Fur-Lined and Fur Coats Reduced Now Comes Your Opportunity, and at a Most Opportune Time, to Buy These Warm Winter Garments at a Tremendous Saving to Y...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

SECURINC OF JURY SLOW WORK ONLY THREE PERSONS HAVE QUALIFIED TO SIT IN CAL HOUN HEARING. Ban Prancisco, Jan. 13.-Three jur era, any or all of whom may yet suc omb to peremptory challenge, have sbee selected to try the case of Pattock Calhoun, the street car mag nat charged with bribery of muni cipal officials, and to achieve this re suit a panel of 150 citizens was thor oughly sifted in search of satisfac tory material during a period of four days ending this afternoon, when court was adjourned until next Tues day morning. The process of exam ination was accelerated today and the attorneys managed to dispose of 20 talesmen within the four hours that oourt devoted to this case. Two or three of this number were not on the assessment roll and the others, with the exception of the single juror tem porarily passed, expressed opinions that rendered them objectionable to ene side or the other. In order to save time, Judge Wil 1am P. Lawlor, who is presiding over the trial, today directed t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

A FEAST OF SPECIAL PRICES The New, Big, Modern Store Is Aglow With These Values Closing Out Sale of Wonderful Sale Unprecedented Sale Suits Continued Men's Boys' Overcoats All $40 Suits to close at $25 $6.50 to $12.50 Values for ^,l.0 ,o O erco ts 6.50 to $12.50 Values for All $35 Suits at $22.50 vercoats All $30 Suits at $21.75 1v rc a s The nuober of suits that come within this range $18 and $20 V alves Sis very great, and likewise the styles, though new, This is the oest rice ever offerd in Missoula are varied and any attempt at detail would be fu. Thi as the lowest price ever offered in Missula tile. Of the many suits the illustration is typical on overcoats for boys between the ages of 5 and of our regular $35 suits, which are to be closed out 16 years. Best of all, the greatest quantity of at $22.50. While the suit is a beauty and a fine these coats that we now offer at this unheard of value, it is only one of the many. All our late price, is for boys at the age of 9 years and...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

SATURDAY SPECIALS IN OUR Jauay ance Sale 29c for 45c Underwear Ladj Swiss ribbed vests and pants, medium weight and well fleeced, full fashioned; in lar es only; 45c values; today, each ................................................. .................... ..... 29 45 for 75c Underwear iLadles' jersey ribbed medium weight elastic and well fleeced; fashioned to fit the figure; come in both snow white and cream; all sizes in vests and pants; regular 75e values; today ..................................................................... .......................................................... .. 4 5 Cotton Batting Special 6c a roll for snow white cotton batting; regular 10c kind;" today, only ............................6¢ 3 1-2 Pound Cotton Batting a Roll 75c Snow white, long fiber cotton batting; enough for one comforter and you simply have to unroll it to make a nice comforter; these are regular $1 rolls and they go today at 75# Shaker Flannel 6c a Yard Heavyweight cream shaker fl...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 16 January 1909

DISMISSAL OF KAI DISCUSSED AMERICAN AND BRITISH MINIS TERS CALL UPON PRINCE CHANG OF CHINA. Pekin, JOn. 15.-W. W. Rockhill, the American minister, and W. W. Jor dan, the British minister today called upon Prince Chang, president of the foreign board, and made representa tions on the subject of the recent dismissal from office of Yuan Shi Kai, a member of the grand council. This step was taken independently of the other diplomatic representatives in Pe kin and without previous communica tion of the intention to the foreign board. The ministers proceeded in accordance with the recommendations made by them with their respective governments. The diplomats here are so divided on the question of approaching China in regard to the dismissal of Yuan Shi Kai that the American and British representatives had to act alone. They disclaim any intervention, but it is thought they objected to the dis missal. The government desires to hold a formal reception of the diplomatic corps, at which the re...

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. — 16 January 1909

REILLY' S M.iNOULA'S ar OROORY Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit .5`Oc THE SUSY CORNER Phone N A Special Offer In order to reduoe our stock be tore Invoicing we offtter our guar anted i-quart fountain syringe for *1.0e. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and w It does not give satlsfaotion we aglee to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PREISRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammead Sloek Cooner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Merit a THERE is merit in our furniture and there is merit in our contention that we are better able than anybody else in town to meet your wants in the line of furniture. We make t a specialty of furniture. We purchase our goods from factories of estab lished reputation. Whn you buy furniture of us, you know exactly what you are getting. It is be cause we are specialists. Let us show you. t J. M.Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS empIete House and Offloe Fur nishins. LUNCH At Noon Chicken Sala...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

L THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Today-Fair and warmer. IV6 Tomorrow-Cloudy. D.lu 1isum VOL. XXXV. NO. 257. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1909. PBIOE CIVE .N , CONVENTION IS OPPOSED TO REDUCTION ON WOOL National Woolgrowers' Association Goes on Record Against Change in Tariff Rate. CHICAGO TO BE ESTABLISHED AS STORAGE CENTER Forty-fifth Annual Session of Organization Comes to Close After Election of Officers and Adoption of Import ant Resolutions---Montana Man Is Elected Treasurer of the Body. Pocatello, Idaho, Jan. 16.-Ogden will entertain the 46th annual convention of the National Woolgrowers' associa tion. Chicago will be established as a great central wool storage center in the west, with the probability that Omaha will be an auxiliary warehouse point. This was decided by the Na tional Woolgrowers' convention which adjourned tonight. Fred W. Gooding of Shoshone, was re-elected president, George 8. Walker of Cheyenne, was again chosen as sec retary, and Lewis Penwell of He...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

***............... . *-- *****ill@@**** - ,,***.*.... ...... ... . l oo- e A Jla.e Ohat Means a Material Saving on very S9tem of Merchandise.--.." Jplendid Bargain Jale of Dependable V'alues--Don't Miss the a qreatest Bargain Opportunity of the Vear qnreatest &conomy.ad . aing 6 Ent of th ear nP en's 0 onderful Price Reductions on Press Goods n1 Sm roderrn Marked down o ,afl Sri r th e JrCsiOon All broken lines of embroideries and insertions, all colors in stock In many instances cost and former selling price are ignored. All and splendid patterns; values ranging from 7c to $1.25 yard; to KUPPENHEIMER'S. the newest and most popular weaves and weights; not a single close out entire line for new stock all go at ............... ONE-HALF Your pick of any $30 and $35 tailored suit piece of this great stock of dress goods held in reserve; all go at and 1.25 silk velvets, all colors, sale price ................... In the house .....................419.45nallkvelvets, a. o1 adprice Your...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

Special ' Special .o75-. . See S Schlossberg's U, Taffeta.... ". . Schlssberg's 45e Chna Silks 29 full 36 inches ide and a rich, handsome ualit 12 H ck Towels 8 sale price............................. ................................. X 1.1 o All silk quality and all colors; reg- A good sise and spleadid .a .g y ular 45c seller, sale price..........29 FIRST SEM I-A N UALtowel, 12 1-2c value e 81.43 Special CLEARING SALE Specia Ribbons Worth to 75e AnThe Very L Iet for 25c Begins Monday, Jan. 18, and Ends Saturday Night, Jan. 30 Calico at, Yard A our big stok of fany ly Two Weeks of Bargain Giving That Will Set the Whole Town Talking This is xositively the very ~at qual All our big stock of fancy ribbons ity ~calico made and the styles are aH going at one low price for this clear- PRUDENT SHOPPERS WILL NOT OVERLOOK THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE FIlOM new and include all colors, and the ing sale. They come in all colors in THE NEW SCHLOSSBERG STORE-ADVANTAGES T...

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

LL MAN TRIES HATPIN :'# IStSFLLY THIN m*. S ..TS TO KNIPL bIecial to The Daily Mlssoulian. . i Jan. 1.--After iockiq( dmas itf t bathteonm aid making * vain 4 b oeanmlt 'suicide stab himselt in the neck with * hatpl.i Sla5o . Reed drove the of hW pocket knife to the hilt ow his ._t ear and bled to death. by people of the house I Dlt breathing and bleeding, bta eaoliOi td Lave him were un Red,. who for 10 years had been a ;Nieat of thin city, was living with S*ill07y by the name of Knapp. 4bOut 10 days ago he was taken seri ly ill with rheumatism, which re ditdat in the development of brain Bover. He becam.e delirious and fears were aroused that he might commit erash act. Last night the Elks engaged Ross 'Vk Wagenen to attend to the pa rmat. During the night he appeared Srally, and it was thought that he oud recover. This morning he t the bath room and, failing to rst!n. the attendant made a search ir lm. Windiag the door locked, he brot It down. Lying upon the floor Ib a pool of blo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

Year-End Sale I MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY Caring D Your .Love Your our Home Should Make This Year-End f Furniture Sale of Utmost Importance Red Tags y<,4 a Red Tags Carry Messages of .--" Mark Hundreds of Savings .... . Bargains Thousands of them were used thatisnmention in this in preparation for your com- advert__ -iseme- - f'u nit-ode and shr ength ing tomorrown every one In all Sour experience ou never saw 11 sale of Furniture and C(urpets which for great big, heaped up, shalken down and o iturers.aends an d eheyngths means a.treatly reduced price, of carpets, etc. They are marked n plain figures. running-over bargains would come anywhere near equaling the Year End Furniture and Carpet Clearance which we guide costs scattered with profusion throughout our • Look for the launch tomorrow. It is to erbrhtet e the greatest o sale of its kind ever known in Missoula--it means the sacrifice of thousands Furniture oand orcarpet ydepart-t Red Tags of dollars worth of good, substanti...

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. — 17 January 1909

MONDAY SPECIALS IN OUR January Clearance Sale 29c for 45c Underwear Ladies' Swiss ribbed vests and pants, medium weight and well fleeced, full fashioned; in la e sizes only; 45c values; M onday, eac ........................................................................... 29 45 for 75c Underwear Ladles' J y ribbed medium weight elastic and well fleeced; fashioned to fit the figure; come in both snow white and cream; all sizes in vests and pants; regular 75c values; M o n d ay ... ......... ...................................................................................................................... 4 Cotton Batting Special 6c a roll for snow white cotton batting; regular 10c kind; Monday, only ........................ 6 3 1-2 Pound Cotton Batting a Roll 75c Snow white, long fiber cotton batting; enough for one comforter and you simply have to unre 11 it to make a nice comforter; these are riKular $1 rolls and they go Monday at 75¢ Shaker Flannel 6c a Yard Heavyweight cream...

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. — 17 January 1909

A FEAST OF SPECIAL PRICES The New, Big, Modern Store Is Aglow With These Values Closing Out Sale of Wonderful Sale Unprecedented Sale Suits Continued Men's Boys' Overcoati All $40 Suits to close at $25 $6.50 to $12.50 Values for All $35 Suits at $22.50 Overcoats 4. All $30 Suits at $21.75 The nu:roer of suits that come within this range and 20 Vlves $ 3 9 8 is very great, and likewise the styles, though new, are varied and any attempt at detail would be fu- This is the lost price ever offered in Missoula tile. Of the many suits the illustration is typical on overcoats for boys between the ages of 5 and of our regular $35 suits, which are to be closed out 16 ythese cts tht e n offgreat this unheard of at $22.50. While the suit is a beauty and a fine these co at we now ofer at this unheard of 1value, it is only one of the many. All our late price, is for boys at the age of 9 years and up hward. The quality and workmanship of these winter models are included in this sale and any- ar e ...

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. — 17 January 1909

IIL'S Three Cans Fancy Table F Pruit 5Oc THE BUSY CORNER Ph.nate. A Special Offer In order to .twes our stook be itoes nvloing wee offer our guar anteed s-quart geontain serin for 1t.O. A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These an fresh goods and are bargains; eoe7 one guaranteed and i it does net give satisfaotion we inee to rp.ee uame. Mssoo* Drug Co. PRESCRIUION DRU ISTS Hammead ilook Coner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Merit T HERE is merit in our furniture and there is merit in our contention that we are better able than anybody else in town to meet your wants in the line of furniture. We make a specialty of furniture. We purchase our goods from factories of estab lished reputation. When you buy furniture of us, you know exactly what you are getting. It is be cause we are specialists. Let us show you. J. M. Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS Sesmplete House and Offlo. Fur nilhings. LUNCH At Noon akoes salad .................. 10 !euit Balad .............

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

TOMUAL SECT~No THE DAILY MISSOULIAN PAGeSBrTO MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1909. THROUGH JANUARY SNOWSTORM AND SUNSHINE ENGINEERING SKILL HASTENS THE NEW BRIDGE 41, 9L~lw~zr6Y Wadell4 rrinj~n~lo? ;n _ Drwn b Sibley Bit;, G, -MLL UTIM 1-11III t 11 ti' 4P4 -5YV d- - "Yes, the water is pretty high just now, but we don't .are. You see, our new bridge is a mighty stable institu tion, and the fl.o.i that'll put it out of business hasn't Ill, down Hell itate canyon--nlot yet. Takle a good look at it, stranger, .tl see how high the water is oni those middle piers. Then: take a look at thle llers themselves- 10 of them, and uachl one double. Do I thing it'11 ever go nut.' Noi Inouei I don't." In Tangible Form. It is an easy matte- to imagine a citizen of Missoula expatiating on the new Higgins avenue bridge during THE LAST OF THE OLD BRIDGE high water season of June, 1910, and explaining its virtues and qualities to a casual visitor, flood-bound, perhaps, by the washing out...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

HE MYSTERY and miracle of genius are again brought home to the world's memory, as we are celebrating the' hundredth anni versary of Edgar Allan Poe's birth. There are those who account him as our greatest man of letters. In point of influence only Hawthorne and gmerson rank with him; in point of originality only Walt Whitman, who camed him "poor, wonderful Poe." Selgom has an equal amount of biog r anrd literary criticism been com prgiped into three words. He was one of be greatest of immortals and one of the Most miserable mortals that evil tred this earth, and his own w.bs may fittingly be applied to him The fever called living Im over at last. .0 was born in Boston; Baltimore is the city most closely linked to his ih where he lies buried; Philadel p i associated with his finest liter ary aGhtevement, and with the pos thlemous defamation of his character; New York saw his deepest misery and contains the most interesting memorial of his career, the cottage at Fordham. This poor sha...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

I· 14 41 i r ~S~I~der~ndiridL2iR c _ _ 'Al ~Z~)EBO~AI~,TYN y fa K pa~11Il~nl I 1fli C*P,4iMMr MI5sax, N.r. ITIyry Garden i as ~Devotee af the Classi D'O ACTRESSIES set the fashions --or follow themn? It may be said that if the actress follows, she folllows so tloWl.l) in the van of Fashion's inspiration that the first lnplression oIf Madamnl' Mode's whimsies are often aceredited to her own originality. That some fashions are set by the stage is indis putable. For exa;imlle: The Jane Harding vell, the Mary Mannering curl, the Merry Widow' hat, the drop ear rings--first worn by Miss Barry more in "Alice Sit By the Fire"-and other costuma items which have leaped into extravagant popularity because in the glamor of the footlights they prove so pIcturesque and attractive. Peter Pan Dominated Fashion for a Twelvemonth. Everybody remembers the Peter Pan epidemic of a few seasons since-how the shops were fairly flooded with Peter Pan hats, Peter Pan belts, Peter Pan i,hirtwaists, collars an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

t dAILY MISSOULIAN AV 5?r tay in the Tear. : ! A PULISBINGo co. aB Ii1 West Main street, Mai souls, Montana. Sed at the postofftoe at Missoula, a a.s seoond.class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES S (I Advanee) one month .............. ..0.75 three months ............. 3.26 six months ................ 4.00 one year .................. 3.00 one ear ............ . 1.50 Pestage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Btenases Offlce 110 Editorial Rooms WUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulan is anxious to give the beat carrier service; therefore rub semlbers are requested to report faulty 4d$very at once. In ordering paper neto new address please give old aUres also. Money orders and checks shgul be made payable to The Mis. gelta. Publishing Company. SUNDAY, JANUARY 17, 1909. STATE PUBLICITY. Among the bills which are before the legislature for conslderation Is one, In troduced by Senator Donlan, which provides for systematic publicity work in behalf of Montana. This measure deeerves the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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