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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 July 1905

Ull- * Ohilcirtiii •«ml Pc/v#»' Babv M <VfcnpinjB. A complrlf Hue nf Stetson and Patterson- . HLA.TS. HA.TS. And oiher'e>)t'a|>*r«rHde«. A nice line of (Japs. The'Urnfst linein town o< Mens’ mid Boys’ •SweJIest -Largest >r line of Golf Shirts. 2)r. y. j{. "Uilleti, Columbia S’allsj 97femt. <3 HA N DM OTHERS ^ ki (arpel 4 1:. r . : . t'l ^ II A I. Soft drinks, of all kinds ICE CREAM bliifM’bg l»K8Mt Coliiin>-ian office. Nntli-o tin-idiangs in F. B. Siryk«r’» imM. I'- fZ:- Tvo‘- Britiinf pni'ar by' the bulk at the ' ('nhlmbii**! rtfflce. (V.x ViHtiona*? «l,28 i-.*-nt* per lx>x at Ci Dinbiu Fu.U I>mi I ' C". All th- litteal inagazinpa anil periodical* «t the'Cnlnwibla Fall* Dru* (5o. Mr, mid Mr*. Roy Ebb rly were vUit<>r* with ftti'iiiU here Monday. Clavton Snyder whs ill it few dava Abie week bob is now recovering. 'County Attorney McKeonn was n town Tuesday morning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 15 July 1905

Claim* 8h* I* Vitally Proceeding*—Ru**la hi A BEARING AT ENCE. Interested Favor* Sugge*- tlon, but Japan Will Not Consent— Armistice Looked for Middle of August. Washington, July 11.—China's request to be represented In the Wash-. Ington conference, on the ground that ■he la vitally Interested In Its proceedings, has been received by the president and informally transmitted to the belligerents. Whether the president has received the formal replies can not be learned, but it can be . stated that while Russia is inclined to favor the suggesUon Japan will not consent to 1L Japan has already made public her assurance that Manchuria is to be restored to China. That is one of the principles for wiloh-sho says she has been fighting. Japan regards herself as fully capable of executing this promise without the assistance of China, and in view of China's inability before the war to cope with Russia in Manchuria, the Japanese government Is unable to see what possible service a Chinese represen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 July 1905

foinmbmii VOL.III. UO.2. COLUMBIA FALLS, MONTiiHA, JULY 22, 1905. iC^Mir*. l.tirriHln PHm SUt pm T*,. MURDERER CAUGHT VAS MAKING ESCAPE TBBODGB ' TBE ONIIED STATES. Criminal Had Cut Throat of Hla Wife While They Were Living at Belmont, Mass.—He Haa Confessed the Crime—Says His Wife Had Lied to Him and They Had Quarreled. La Junta, Col., July 17.—John SchIskloskas, a Russian, wanted at Belmont. Maas., for the murder of his wife last'' Wednesday night, was arrested at La Junta this afternoon by Sneriff Barr while passing through the city on the Santa Fe railroad. The murderer confessed and gave the full details of the tragedy, which has been puzzling .the Massachusetts officers. He said that he and bis wife were drinking and quarreling Wednesday afternoon, and, continued their quarrel at a park that night, when her taunts enraged him to such an extent that he cut her throat with a penknife and threw the body Iq a gully. Thursday he started for the west, making no attempt to conceal hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 July 1905

BXXK8) ■MiCBirnoH—12.00 per yeas in advanee ADTBKTIBISC p?r square iG—display—D. ... . J&onthly. LocaM-10 cent# per line each la Ml tic a.. Special ratea by contract. • ‘'Entwad -FW). '3,»ieQ&,' at.Colnrobia Alla, Mont., aa second claae matter, fl^d«T,Aet ol Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. July 22,- 1903. mm my ib Helena, Jrily Iff.—Edgliah and New York capitalists are to build a railroad across the central portion of Montana, which will connect the Great Northern and Northern_Eacific .systems, but at the same time be an independent company. Marcns L. Hewett, president of the Montana. Northern Railway company, reached'Helwna today from London, which he says he succeeded in interesting Ehglish capitalists, among them, Gnbbins it Co'., of 65' London Wall. J.’ Plerpont Morgan is among .the more noted New Ybrk subscribers. Thb road will be buiH from Basin, 20’ milea-sonthtof Helena, toKlliston, connecting the Northern Pacific and thence to the Flathead valley, o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 July 1905

•, eompVlft line ol . . . Meoft' X^ulies* ---■ mm. Babv Moccasins. A cotnpleU line oi Stetson and Patterson- • TZAJTS. H^lTS. And oiUer cbeiqxr grade*. A nice line of Caps. Tke largest line in town ot Mens” • and Boys’ TEe Swelleit * and Largeet line of Golf Shirts. 0r. ^ jf. TjtUefi, USB m Columbia Jells, 77/ant. OR AN r>M OTHER’S 4 Ka? (afpet -i By the side of the * Magnificent creations of today,, is the difference in the gsiib of a peasant and the King. Is' evidence of a refined home, and you can find all socb evidences you desire m a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at Hie Rofeinson: Furniture- Co. XmUepatt, JfOMfc- J H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW •tactics m State and Federal Courts andhefou the Land Office Uotary Public-, Postoffice Block. Kalispell - - Montana. tot Northern l it Coiumbia Falfe • TIME OARI>r West Borsb. Ro. 3, departs ..10 :05 A. M. Ro. 1, departs 10‘:28:P.'M. Bast Bound. Ro. 4. departs &:50 A. M. No. 2,departs • 9:lf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 22 July 1905

THE WORLD SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POI1FR OF THE GLOBE. I A Revlayv of Happonlno# In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Hlstorlctf),'Political and Personal Events. The crop report does not support the predictions that a famine is com log In Russia. Private advices from Washington say that Governor Carter of Honolulu will reconsider his resignation. St. Petersburg.—Negotiations for the Russo-French commercial treaty have been started at the ministry of finance. ■ Reports of the existence of opldom les and contagious diseases among the Russians continue to reach the Japanese army. It Is stated that the management of the Southern Pacific railroad has decided to supplant Japanese section hands with Greeks. Lieutenant General Chaffee and party of army officers who are to attend the French army maneuvers, will sail from Naw York August 19. The recent national convention of the Young People's Christian union of the Unlversallst church elected Frederic...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 July 1905

Columbian. VOL. HI. TO. 3. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. JULY 29, 1905. i Pri* SL» »« Ymt. NEWS OF THE WORLD SHQKT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POUfTS OF THE GLOBL A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Weatern Hemispheres During the Past Week—National, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Herr Mueller, the Austro-Hungarian civil agent who has been supervising the reforms in Macedonia, died in Salonlca recenHrr There are 60 warehouses in Whitman county, Washington, and Latah .county, Idaho, and every one of them will handle on an average 15,000 bushels more this year than last. Seattle is raising |1600 as a contribution toward Nome's exhibit at the Lewis and Clark exposition. Bielstok, Russia.—A bomb was thrown in the town killing several persons and severely wounding a number of others. Including the chief of police ai^d his son. Edward Nash, president of the American Smelting & Refining company, died at his home in Omaha from the effects of a stroke of paralysis susta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 July 1905

Columbian. VTUKDAY. •f aiomFnox—|S.OO per yeer in advance lay—»1. per square 10 cent* per Hue each Special rates by contract. ■ • eb. 2.1906, at Columbia as second class matter, Act of Congress of March 3rd SATURDAY. July 29, 1905. ( "For all practical purpoees, from fence . posts to inside finishing, I have for . years maintained that our tamarack, or [ as it is now called, larch, is superior to | any other timber sawed in this country,” says E. K—Cartier Van Disscl, manager of the Sawmill rhoeniz, and 1 perhaps one of the best [losted lumbei- ^ men in the city. ^ _ “When exposed to the earth or weather it is slower to decay than any other wood cut in the west that I know of; it isstrong, stronger even than fir, and for ornamental purposes many k prefer it to any other species of lumber wood. Then, too, it is pientilul. 01 l all the lumber manufactured in the In- . land Empire 26 per cent is larch, and larch comprises 75 per cent oi all the timber sawed in Montana. Eastern buyers a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 July 1905

Hae a complete line ot . . )£ .Mens’. . Xiadies’ •Children ond Boys’ Baby Moccasins. A complete line of Stetson and Bartterson- • H^TS. HLA.TS. And other cheaper-gradee. A nice line of Caps. fThe larKcet line-in toivn of Mens’ and Boys The Swellest nud largest Line of Golf Shirts. f O R A N D M O T K E R’S 4 hi (arpel A By the eide of the * 'Magniflcont creations of today, is the difference. in the garb of a peasant and the King. I Is evidence of a refined home, and you can find all -snch evidences yon desire in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at 'The Robinson Furniture Co. KaUtptll, Mont. . J H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW •Practice in State and Federal Courts and before the Lan'd Office -'Notary Public, Postoffice Block. Kalispell - - 11001808. feat Norfat It, It, Columbia Falls TIME CARD: West Bouan. ‘No. 3, departs •. ;i0:05 A. M. ■No. 1. departs 10:23 1*. M. Kiel Bocks. No. 4, departs 8:50 A. M. No. 2, departs 9:10 A. >1. Kalispeli. Bbakch. ■East—No. 246 a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 29 July 1905

- THEY BOLD TWO CONFERNCES ON UPERIAL YACHT. In Gulf of Finland—H»» Cautad a Great $#neatlon In 8t. PeteraburB— Unpleasant Results Expected From Franc*—They Hava Furnished Thalr War Money. St. Petersburg. July 25.—The meeting between the cxar and kaiser, which took place on the Imperial yacht Hohentollem In tne gulf of Finland, hmm caused even more of a sensation here than did the news that Russia consented to consider President Roosevelt's peace offers. Incidentally there are grave feelings that this action on the part of the czar will be followed by unpleasant results In France, which Is not likely to approve of the head of the Russian nation conferring with her ancient enemy. Inasmuch as French bankers have furnished the sinews of warnr the past, this phase of the situation Is considered. to say the least, very unfortunate by loading Russian politicians. There Is an absolute dearth of official Information regadlng the meeting between the two rulers. Other than to admit that they ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 August 1905

COST CHICAGO STRIKE. t '3 SHORT TELEGRAPH ITEMS FROM ALL POINTS OF THE GLOBE. A Review of Happenings In Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past 'Week—National, ■ Historical, Political and Personal Events. Secretary Wilson of the department of agriculture says he will not resign. Commander Thao Burgdorff, U. S. N., retired, ullod-recently in Philadol phia from a complication of diseases. United States Senatof Lodge was received by King Edward at Buckingham palace Saturday. Ho was presented by Ambassador Reid. A cablegram from Havana states that Cub^ had instituted a rigid quar an tine against all gulf ports from Tampa to Sabine river, Texas. The normal school of British Columbia will be located in Vancouver on one of the-two blocks recently bought from the Canadian Pacific railroad. The receivers for the bankrupt Merchants’ Trust company of New York are directed to pay all depositors of that company 10 per cent of their deposits. Telegraphic advice from Washington, D. C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 August 1905

ian. . Et**t : . LABDOKK, Editor and Owner. RATES: f.00 per year in advance ADYBanaiKO—dliplay—|1. per sqoare >. monthly. Locals 10 cents per line each " insertion. Special rates by contract. 4 . “Entered Feb. 2, 1905, at Columbia 'Falls,.'Mont.,‘.as second class matter, , uiider Act of Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. August 6. 1905. ■ J Kit HI AT ION IN THE FLATHEAD. ,. That the roost favored spots in Flat- ’’ head comity would be far more productive with irrigation than without, no well posted man can doubt. Time has demonstrated that more than half the land nnder cultivation in the valley will only produce fair crops in seasons of unusual rainfall. A casual examination of the valley will convince any one that more than one half of the arable land of the valley cannot hg, successfully cultivated without irrigation. There is a .' soper-sbandatice of water available, at anyaltmde desired to irrigate the entire valley. The Kalispell papers have lately been ] agitating the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 August 1905

■ Has a complete lino of . . . ivlens' Ladies' Children and 'Boys’ « m Babv Moccasins. A complete line of Stetson and •Patterson- • BLA-TS. HATS. And other cheaper grades. A nice line of Caps. The largest line-in town Of Meals! •andrBoy s’ The Swellest and Largest iiine of Golf Shirts. j. t. ROBinson & (otomto falh Mm r m ! G- TR A N D M O 9? H E R’S 4 ki Carpet 4 Bv the tide of the "Magnificent creations of today, is the difference in the garb of a peasant and the King. 'n ■■miv<#wii Is evidence of a refined home, and you can find all each eti•dences ydli desire 1 in a variety of new and elegant designs and colors at The Robinson Forniture Co. KalbipiU, Mont. H STEVENS ATTORNEY-AT-LAW • ^Practice in State and Federal -Courts and before the Land Office ^Notary Public, Postoffice Block. Kalispell - - Montana. Mlrtkotll - Colnmliia Fails TIME CARD: West Boi'sd. '>'o.‘3, departs .10:05 A. M. ■Ko. I, depart* 10:23 P. M. Ka81 feoUND. >’0. 4, d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 5 August 1905

ir 1 IDAHO, HOHTANA, jHHP k F*w Interesting Item* Gathered From Our Exchangee of the •urCountry—Numerous Aocldents and Personal Events Take Plaoe—Outlook le Bright WASHINOTON NOTE*. . Preparations for harvest work are being made and many machines begin the season’s run this week. Horticulturists of Stevens county report that the orchards are growing an abundant yield of late fruit. From the school census nearly completed. Ballard flgures out a population of 2,000, or more than double what it was live years ago. Operations are progressing rapidly on the Northern Pacific's new turntable at Oift Spokane roundhouse. The new turntable complete will cost $6000. Thomas Warren, a pioneer, who crossed the plains from Kansas before railroads we*e thought of west of the Missouri river, died recently at Northport. The members of the state board of health are reported as fearing an epidemic of typhoid fever in certain sections of the state where the disease has been prevalent for several weeks. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 August 1905

-■ »' '4'. r ■ a* m (Cnlumbian. ' Ti .. c Slnjle Cople* 18c. Subscription Price tLSt per Yf«r. COLUMBIA FALLS. MONTANA. AUGUST 12, 1905. VOL. III. NO. 5. ENVOYS IiNTRODUCED RUSSIAN AND JAPANESE DIPLU■ATS EXCRAN6E GREETINGS. Notable Scen^at Oyeter Bay—President Roosevelt Introduces Them and Entertained Them at an Elaborate Lunch—Preeldent’a Notable Toast—* Hoped tor Just and Lasting Peace; Oyster Bay, N. Y., Au«. 6.—History was made Saturday In Oyster Bay. Russians and Japanese clasped hands and greeted ona-anotber with all outward evidence ot cordiality, and for the flrat time since nations began to have relations one with another, an executive of a great power received the envoys of two belligerent countries on a mission of peace. President Roosevelt, on behalf of the United States and Its people, extended formal greetings to the representatives of Russia and Japan. Introducing the plenipotentiaries to one another and entertained them at an elaborate luncheon, at which they fratern...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 August 1905

-fiSST w?fc!,u pMK “ ' ' rates br contract. Feb. 2.1905, at Columbia as second class matter, Congress of March 3rd, SATURDAY. August 18,1905. Tbe Flathead is getting ready for a i ahow next year that will eclipse the Lewis and Clarke exposition. The i-Kenea that characterized the opening » and settlement of Oklahoma will be rei enacted in t.be Flathead country within . the next two or three years. The land . hanger now manifested by home hunt- . >era in the valley, is the first ominous rumbling of the coming storm. The Flathead Reserve ia probably the best job-lotof homes Uncle Sam has to disi .pose of, and the signa are multiplying . that the history of the opening of other > reserves, intensified, will repeat itsell .. here. Magic cities will spring into - .existence in places unthought of now. » The bad man, oi every description, will ^ be there with his gun and bis game. A ^ trip down the Trail will be a tame affair « in comparison with what may be daily } ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 August 1905

li. {. Mu •Has * oompleto tom, 61 . . mn i Mens Ladies’. Oliildven coid Boys’ Baby Moccasins. f ycompleta line of Stetson -and Patterson- • HA.TS. HLA.TS. And other cheaper gradei. A nice line of Caps. The largest line In town of Mens’ •and Boys The-'Saelteet and Latest I/me '(ff Golf ^Mrts. j. t. cornu & and k|eon| (otaraSa Ms Mm L^}( c'r' "GRANDMOTHER’S 4 Ik! (jptl , Br the nde of the * KagnlAcent oreations of today, la the difference hi ‘the garb of a pessarifand the King. ilttlMOMT la evidence at a refined home, >and yon can find all each evi•dences you de*re in a‘variety of new and elegant designs and •colon at 'The Robinson Furniture Co. KmlUfU, t Mont. -J EC -STEVEN'S -ATT QBKE^-AT-LAW ^Practice in State and ‘Federal Xfenrta and'before the‘Land Offiee ^Notary Pnblic, Peeteffice Block. Kaliepeii MonUna. TOWN AND COUNTY NEWS Shipping tags at the ColamWao office. How would you like be the ice- man? Type writing paper by the balk at the Cefembian office. Ja...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 12 August 1905

a *. t d AsnuiKsmi MONT’S YALEf TAIES BIS PLACE IN IOYAL SOCIETY. MMta Countew »nd EflecU Reconciliation aa Her Husband—Expoeure and Suicide—Woman Accuses Bogus Nobleman of Desertion and Exposes Him—Valet Is to Be Tried. London, Aug. 7.—A strange story ot impersonation, with a tragic sequel, has Just been unfolded in the law courts of Home. Count Adriance BenIpulli, an eccentric nobleman,'-ehargea his ralet, Antonoro Paolo, with having caused the death of Countess Beni culli. Taking advanUge of the extraordinary resemblance between hint self and the valet, the count employed his valet to Impersonate him at varl ous social functions in Romo and elsewhere, while ho himself devoted his time to his hobby of collecting and repairing ancient locks. Paolo, provided with money and good clothes, moved -UT the best soci oty and was everywhere received as the count. Meeting the Countess Ben' iculil at a ball the valet paid her assiduous attention. The countess was pleased, but greatly surprise...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 August 1905

Single Copies ICc. Subscription Price $2.50 per Yeir. HEAD-ON COLLISION TWELVE PERSONS KILLED AND TWENTY-FIVE INJURED. Accident Happened on Nickel Plata Road at Klshman, Ohio—Caused by Misunderstanding Orders—Passenger Engine and Three Cars Leaped Over Freight Engine. Cleveland. Ohio, Aug. 14.—A last eastbound passenger train on the Nickel Plate road collided with a westbound freighU&L'KtBhman, Ohio, near Vermillion, resulting In the death of 12 persons while at least 26 others were injured, eight of whom probably will die. The wreck, according to the offlcials of the company, was caused by a misunderstanding of orders, or neglect to obey them on the part of the crow of the freight train. The Deadj Charles W. Pool, engineer of passenger train, Conneaut, Ohio. Joseph Alexander, Newark, N. J. Frank Weaver, Findlay, Ohio. Nine Italian laborers. The Injured Include the following: John W. Long, Cleveland. Richard A. Long, son of J. W. Long. Louis Rhelnbold, Bascom, Ohio. E. E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbian — 19 August 1905

I' i/ - ADTEummo—dlaplav—$V. per square < monthly. Locals 10 cenU per line each {naartlon. Special rates by contract. » '*• Entered Feb. 2,1905, at Columbia ♦ Falla, Mont., "aa second clan matter, v under Act of Congress of March 3rd, U78.” SATURDAY. August 19,1905. . StatUtitiana claim that the world’s .production of gold for the last eight ' y Mr8 j| equal to one fourth of the total ’ prodhetion for the preceding five hun- • dred years. In other words, during the - last eight years, the world has added to . its stock of gold two and one half billion " dollars. The present year’s output is f expected to reach three hundred and .fifty million dollars. The present enor mous output is due to modern methods . of mining and vastly extended fields of , operation. Tha,proaent output is due to permanent causes and may be ex- . pected to increase for many years to come unless the metal is demonitised or its production limited by law. With , euch quantities of the yellow metal bei...

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