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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 8 March 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. Helkna, Moulama, 'Friday, March 8 , 1907. N.. q. iQfAiA LAINDEALR. , weebkly by The Meoasse pesingUdlr Oopeam. j DASS, . DITOR. ptio $2s.oo0 rear, Stiety is A' Advertising Rates on Appeutbon. eared s e*eond.cela ahater Apri is, N the roet Ofdce at Heless, Moatana, the Act of Congress of Merch 3, 879. da Communications to The Montass lhiadealer, 19 South Maim Swreet, Helena, Montnma. PEACE ! PROSPERITY I! -UNION!!! bism the last week of the toth Iift- assemmy auu in i auv U 4a some of the embryo man. The pdlitidl pot is not even sim ring at thsastime. The iniqateas 'ufly bill was knocked out in the first round. There is a gleam of light still in sight, especially so, when poor old Missouri ahd the Texans in Okla homa do not Jim Crow, With the drastic anti gambling law which has just been enacted, the duty of public officials is plain. No organization can grow and 6d ve' which have for their spon. men who have proved to be reii 'ble and dishonest, and the ...

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. — 8 March 1907

NORTHWEST STATES WASHINGTON, IDAHO, OREGON AND MONTANA NEWS. 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. Representatives of the bricklayers and masons' unions of Washington met last week for the organization ot a state conference. rMs. Neal Cheatham of Coltfax, wife if the former state auditor, is dead at Puyallup. General Manager J. B. Ingersol o1 the Inland Empire ciystem, has placed an order for 250 boxcars for use of the Spokane company. The cars are to be delivered prior to July 31. They will be 40 feet in length and of k0, 000 pounds capacity. Because his friend, J. A. Wallis. with whom he had been drinking, had laid down on his bed and was some what slow in getting up wh n calied upon to do so, a young man named Allan Flink struck Wallis three times on the head with a heavy iron instru ment, fracturing his skull and ratis Ing his death at the town of A...

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. — 8 March 1907

Catarrh Is a constitutional dimeSa otiglnating in impse blood and requiring constitutional treatment acting throaUb and parifying the blood for its radical and permanent cure. e greatest constitutional remedy Is Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated tablets known as Saresatab. 100doeaml. Nasal and other local forms of catarrb * relievli by CatarrletU, which allay in pgarnatlon and deodorize discharge. 8l0u. ALEXIEFF IS AGAIN IN POWER ftssia's Grand Ducal Clique Is Now In Control. Despite the turn taken in the pro posed internal reforms for the navy, te minister of marinc, Admiral Bir fleff, has tendered his resignation and is awaiting itt. acceptarce early next week. The retirement of Admiral Bir ilef is coincident with the reappear ance of the emperor's former viceroy in the far cast, Admiral Alexioff, who, after a season of the deepest impqrial .ijpleasure. again is in favor and prob ably will be made president of the comtfission which is to elaborate the na15 ...

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. — 8 March 1907

Trade with the Helesa racking and Provision company. The Lagrippe asemrs o be oa a rampage juat at present. Mrs. A. J. Walton who met up h with a painful acoident last week is N rapidly improving, at ci Corporal Soott formoerl#hith the J 94th. Inft., has just retuj'n.d fy f ek Phillipines. his o rw'a . as to conditionsbou the a'>cl a ~. dare aay7. . ' Fing hat agent The it. J es literary change their nig( of meeting so .* ', that people are bec- co to as to what rigj to attend. 1Mrs, S. P Ktoper departed Tu eslayfor her home at Kansas City Kansas.. And did the St., James liJp adjourn that the membe shake the "Hamn T migh might 18Rtt h *ited in Bozeman tri' . reports an enjoyable many queries as to the A1NDEALER. We take note from an exchange t atClover Smith, better known as "Bad Boy" is in Seattle at this particular time he had on too much speed and was about to be called down. Bernie Barbour mabe a business trip to Washington this week. The Ham Tree looked good to the colored c...

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. — 29 March 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol I. Hldsa, MoMeuas Friday, March 2, s190o7. No. 5. Mo0NrA"NA PL NDEAIM1. heetly by Tie me sam iil~ i ompassel. BASS. . DITOR. Po p.oo per year, Sweryl ia Ad Advert sing Rais Appesston. .s t eoNd.clts mlter April 1s, I e poet Ofce at Hetlse, M tslest , Ike Act of Congoe of Much 3. 1179. * Coemalnicatdio to The Moatus Fljdeater, 19 South Mala Street, n eleua, MRoswa. EACE! ROSPERITY I! NION!!! .._ --+-- e Political pot is not even sim ng at this time. ith the drastic anti gambling which has just been enacted, duty of public officials is plain. o organization can grow and ,e' which have for their spon men who have proved to be liable and dishonest, and the er they realize the same the uer will their progress be more We are not in the exposing ess but the head grand of of a certain order which is en oring to get a foothold in this .on, has by his conduct retard t order more than be knows PLAINDEALER will yet up some of these leeches in true light, ayor Dunn...

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. — 29 March 1907

NEWS OF THE WORLD SHORT DISPATCHES FROM ALL PARTS OF THE GULODE. A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week--Ntional, Historical, Political and Personal Events. Iaisuli, the bandit, has taken refuge in the Tazerdut mountains. The amount of national bank notes now outstanding totals $596,197,569. Dr. Jose lgnatio, a well known law yer and author, died at Washington re cently. The county local option law was de feated in the South Dakota house last week. The Ann Harbor railroad was fined $15,000 Friday for giving secret re bates. Mrs. Russell Sage has donated a mil lion dollars to the Renuselaer insti tute of New York. Sixty-lour bodies of victims of the Stuart mine disaster at Charleston, W. Va., have been recovered. The. United States senate has passed a bill increasing the pension of sur vivors of the Indian wars from $8 to $12 per month. The dispute between striking loco motive firemen and the Southern Pa cific railroad was settled by arbit...

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. — 29 March 1907

STOP WAR THIS TAILK PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT URIES NEWSPAPERS TO CUT IT. In the Japanese FuseHe May prom. Ise California That No Mere Coolles Will Come to Coast-Mikado to is sue Order-But People of Golden State Are Not Easy to Convince. president Roosevelt is urging news paper correspondents to do all ia their power to minimise the talk of a pos sible war between the United States and Japan. He is explaining in detail the method by which he expects to avert any further irritation between the two governments. He expresses the utmost confidence in his ability to bring the San Francisco school au thorities to his way of thinking. He, therefore, feels no hesitancy in ask ing the correspondents to deny that the situation is serious or acute. The president had a special audience recently with the correspondents of those newspapers which are staunch supporters of his administration. To the mombers of the party he expressed his positive belief that when the San Francisco authorities take up the ...

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. — 29 March 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision company. The Lagrippe seems to be on a rampage just a' present. The St. James literary change their night of meeting so often that the people are beceming con tased as to what night to attend. We take note from an exchange that Clover Smith, better known as "Bad Boy" is in Seattle at this particular time he had on too much speed and was about to be i called down. Rev. Jordan Allen formerly pas tor of St. James is in Butte this week enroute to California, he will visit Helena next week; Rev, Allen I is superintendent of the hospital C at Kansas City. which is an adj- t unct of the Western University at a Quindaria, and nis present trip west is in the iuteaest of that in- o : atl Joe Lewis is new souJourniog in Butte. Mr. Fred Anderson and wife left the city Tuesday evening for the east. The Autumn leaf social club gave one of their swell function at the Manhattan club rooms last Monday evening, the same was given as a farewell to Mr. Ander ...

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. — 12 April 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Vol. I Heklna, MAltaa, Friday, April 2, oo. - No. 46. 1iI MOTANA PLAINDEALER Ps.blshed Weekl by The Montana plalndtler Company. j B. BASS, . . . EDITOR. .cription $.oo per year, Strictly in Ad nvsac. Advertising Rates on Application. Eatered as second.class matter Aprdl 12, at, u the Post Office at Helena, Montana, esder the Act of Congrtle of March 3, 1879. Adden all Communications to The Montana plaindealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. PEACE! PROSPERITY!! ,UNION I!! We have another guess a corm ijg as to election results. In IUnion there is strength, With the spring time clean ul the police should clean up the vag The spectacle of strong ablebod ied men perpetually in idleness i a disgrace to any community. Hew to the line let the chips fall where they. may. The newcomers who came tc our city to work at the Brcadwatei have the stamp of intelligence a bout tnem, and we believe are nol to be confounded with the light. sing bug waiter who so freque...

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. — 12 April 1907

ýol "Tommy," observe( the promising young business man, shortly lafter he and the divinity student had gone up stairs, "this thing of boarding Isn't wha:t it's cracked up to be." "I 'm sure I don't think that we have any reasorn to compllaii," said the divin Ity student. "The food is wholesome and plentiful, and -"xeedingly well oeoked, In ily opInlon." "I'mn not kicking on the provender," said the promising young business man. "It's about as good as you'll get In a boarding house, I guess." "It's far better than the averge;," sail the divinity student, warmly. "That chicken to-night-" "What Is It makes you fellows so fond of chicken?" said the young bust ness man, In a slightly Irritated tone. "There's no scriptural authority ror chicken, is there? Tes, the chicken was all right, but-" "But what?" "Oh, I don't know. Somehow-" "Didn't you like the beaten biscults?" "I told you the grub was all right, didn't I-for boarding house grub? Only-well, there's always that mob." 'Everybody s...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 12 April 1907

Tie Vaga·tL there was and he madr his paysr aEven as you and II) Sa n boneand a hank of hair ara aind a bone ied her th wonma o did not care), the fool becalled her his lady far ( aven you and I1) the years we waste and the tew we And the work of our head and hand to the woman who did not know ad sow we know that she never could know) And did not understand. feel there wee and his goods he epdt (Even a you and II) and faith and a u' intent d It wasn't the least what the lady meant), Sfool ust follow his natural bent, (ven a you sad I1) te toll we lost and the spoil we lost, -ad the excellent things we planned, to the woman who didn't know why, (SAd now we know that she never knew why) Jad did not undestand. fool was stripped to his foolish hide (Even as you and I I) Which she might have seen when she threw him aside (Ea It isn't on record the lady tried) B ome of him lived, but the nost of him died (Even as you and I I) A It Isn't the shame and it Is't the blame hat stings like a wh...

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. — 12 April 1907

101118 Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision company. Last month Chas. A. Johns n was awarded a certificate on com pleting his couvse in mathematies for the couJse he is taking in me chanical engineering in the Inte rnalicdal school of correspeddence. We recently received a commus ication from J W Bush who is still holding fort at the Gwllatin Valley Club in Bozeman; he avers that while it is a lonsome town it is all right his spare time he puts in han ging trouf that he also holds his as a nimrod that while he has not the lnck of Arthur Palmer and Jas. How. in killing bar he got the smal er game in it's season and a Plenty of it. The Plaindealer will be given a grand complimentary concert in the near future at Electric hall the details are now being arranged and we shall be able to make an nouncement as to date & ect. by our next issue. We shall in the near future have an abundance of help from the southland, it is our ambition to get our plant In shis shape for botn job ...

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. — 26 April 1907

THlE MONTANA PLAINDEALER Hdsku, Muonts, Fvruk, April 26, 1907. N. 47. Vol. 1 - - IONTANA UAinunnnaussn. Wgol byTM Ma.aa ,ASs, * - EDITOR. .o0 pas "r Sartgdy ta Ad V/rasg Rates *n App5"Ifion. 0***jaod.clas wnaeSr Apdl as, 6* Pot O~ice at Heless, Monanae, SAM of Co~mr of March ), £379. as Com ications to The Montana deal.r, 19 Soah Main Street, Heleat. Muontaa. ACE! oBPERITY ! ! NION I ! ! ,had hoped in thus issue ye given the names of allof e who are to five their assis e at :he grand benefit con sext month complimentary his publication, but on ac of circumstances over *h we had no control we are to do so; but :u facs to that every indication points his concert being one of the best ever given in Hel,. a ill consist of musical selec both vocal and instrumen a quartette and chorus sang * This concert will be given the Electric hall the latter t of May, the tickets will be sale next week, it is the hope tmanagement to dispose at least Soo tickets in advance ext week we will run a ch ar...

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. — 26 April 1907

4 MEN~ VASE (O) 3Nidl4thAsed Woman in 5orlety. An entertaining ofIl 1. 1y wh friendship I enjoyed used to say., w Mme bnpatience: "Becate tli' T. aw fit to remove Bantbur- is no ri son why I should be ir. :I to : 1ag but women's inunr'I.' Nt 1 at t she mourned the lai. It.zYir. ;,-t slacerely, but her a tI : inid at a narrowness of .O7 r .:::... which accentuated Jar 1:ne; q a In fact, it is a hardlih:j, to .e I to a one-shied soil: lIfe., ao it !i a misfortune which happ".: t, Lnn;: middle-aged wonr n a:, r .1 sr:.rN"y ever happen to a mtin of any age: for ordinarily a man 'an have as Flu.'! feminine society as ho c!'a-', but what will the neigh!i. rs say about an elderly woman who aInttj,'ir Is that I. order to preserve a 1 o :- .d healthy view of life she must ,-"k ti..h soelty of men? It will hardly ibe ' -;.it-* thatit tbe exclusively feminine 1i va rse than I th exclusively maseuline pu1,,t of v "w. True, one sometimes hI, ri of the .."tr falling of certain cl:,= -" of m-n- -1...

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. — 26 April 1907

LEAD LONELY LIVES, MOST DANGEROUS LIGHTSHIP STATION IN THE WORLD. That Maintalaed by Unele Sam OR Nantucket, Mass., Is Noted Hardy Sallormea Who Comntantly Face Perli in Many Ferms. Probably upon no reef guard station in tba world have the lives of brave and bold men been so often hazarded as 1:p) on the Nantucket Shoals light ship, which Is located forty miles south from Nantucket, Mass. More than halt a century has elapsed since the govern ment first stationed a lightship at this dangerous and lonesomag spdt. Until recently the lightship was a sa. equipped vessel, but now it Is steam propelled; yet whether operated by steam or sail the dangers and hard ships of the men confined on it are one and the same. Forty miles out at sea, cooped in the little shell that, day after day and month after month, swings and tugs at its 7,000-pound anchor lying in 18 fathoms of water, the life of the Ivan tU'ket lightship sallorman Is one of almost complete Isolation from the first of November unt...

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. — 26 April 1907

Trade with the Helena Packing and r)iii)ln company. Mr. Alonza Leatherbury is vis iting in Helena this week he is tak ing a much needed rest and will be in our midst for a month. Ii. W. Robinson is down from Elliston, he is busy shipping ore from his mines at that place. W. II. Mason chef at the Gran don was " caller at this office this week, he is a practical printer and all around newspaper man whom we welcome to our city. Several parties are contemplat ing a trip to Hutte next week to atteud fne grand ball which takes place Wednesday evening. The Never Sweats ball team under the management of Uncle Dave Gordon will cross bats with the Hub nine at Central park Sun day everyboly should turn out and see this game as without doubt it will be a good one. T. S. Thomas of the Broadwater seems to be the season. Our only I Hicks has shipped F to help construct the Milwaukee i railroad, a F. E. Gordon better known as c Blondie hot footed it back to his home at White Sulpher Springs where h...

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. — 10 May 1907

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER gd. r Hdkna, Mosta., Friday, May to, 1907. No. 48. WeeKl? by Tbh Monm . DA. *. . EDITOR. Sa.oo per 7. Surtcdy i Ad Adw Atilue as on Appkeation. s ueond-.kcs ~ner April ts, , the Pad Odce at Heleu, Momt0as, */ Ad of Conaress of Much 3, 1879. a Communicadoes to The Montana Inwdtehr, g1 South Main Street, "delM, Monsas. PEACE! pROSPERITY I UNION I I! Doing something. We are in receipt of a com aication from Mr. J. Richards. Swaiter at the Montana Hotel Anaconda. lie gives an opto c view of the status of our in that city, and says that g all lines there is a decided provement, and that they are ing an effort to Do SOMETHING. We are glad that these condi maintain, and that we have hben of our race who note the , and are striving for a higher nship. We appreciate very the invitation of the citizens Anaconda, extended through R. ichards to visit their city as i guest, and we shall certainly ge ur business so as to be the good people in Anaconda next month. Our Viett...

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. — 10 May 1907

SUMMARY OF NEWS SHORT CONCISE ITEMS FROM DISPATCHES. NEARLY ALL PARTS OF THE WORLD REPRESENTED HEREWITH. John V. Gates, who is going abroad for an extrended trip, and who recent ly annuunced that his firm would re tire from the Wall street district, is quoted in an interview as declaring that he has abandoned Wall street for good. Another heir to the millions left by James Ilnry (llnt) Smith of Chi cago has oeen found in South America. Whether there is likely to be a con test of the will from that source has not been developed. Silas Ely, a 17 year old. negro boy, was lynched at Shreveport, La., re cently for assaulting a little white girl. Between 15 and 20 workmen were killod ani many others lost and injur ed by the breaking of the big dam at Chihuahua. Mexico. Monroe flallsbury, the well known horse,breeder of San Francisco, died at New York recently. It is stated that E. H. Harriman has told the owners of the El Paso & Southwestern rallroad that unless they accept his propo...

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. — 10 May 1907

ee T rust Doctors If yOU are suffering from iopure blood, thin blood, de bilitY, nervousness, exhaus tio, you should begin at once iith Ayer' s Sarsaparilla, the Sarsaparilla you have known ill your life. Your doctor knows it, too. Ask him about it. _nlelr Itere ts daily antion of the bowels, i Ilndi.en vts A.re Ftoured, eauaiu t hned *Wgjii f f. o t"aMrlllft 1l dmAct gently. t bye nore"st Itio oE CTOtheol t for'mu 1a of all our eaedietle. POLICE LIVING ON GRAFT. ix indictments Are Found Against icago has for yers e Ubeen violatings Loehtr by rl ovtigatin of the police. department which resulted yesterday 1sx ondictments Aret Founed gainst our Chicagoit May 6.-That the city ofives Chicago has for ears been violatinis the civil servicl law was brought to ight by the inrestigation of the police blur city oficers and two detect-iv tration. Rev. Cook Found. New York-Rev. Jere Knode Cook, former pastor of St. George's Episco pal church at Hempstead, L. I., and 17 year old Floretta Whaley...

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. — 10 May 1907

LOCALS Trade with the Helena Packing and Provision Company. W. Webb of St. Paul was a vis itor in the city Thursday, and called on THE PLAINDIALER. Gus Thornton, who is now working on a large ranch near the city, visited the city for a few days this week. Thr Helena young men are wailing and moaning. As it seems C. H. Mason has brought out a galaxy of young men, who have appropriated all the available yousg ladies. They are now sing ing "Do not forsake the old for the new." The Luzon Bees will play the Fort Harrison team Snnday at the Park. The knowing ones see that Marlowe of the Broadwate- has something up his sleeve, but that Napor has the bunch bested. At this writing Dudley Payton is very low at St. John's Hospital. The Ministers' Institute, and Young People's Convention at tracted large crowds all the week, especially so at the evening ses slons. Only three week until the great Plaindealer Benefit Concert at the Electric Hall. Miss Fanny Fitzgerald will have charge of the refr...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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