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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

S£IT1Y One of the moat deuightful parties of the season was that given on Tues day evening, January 12, when Miss Bertha Marshall of Great Falls, now visiting at the home of her aunt, Mrs. W. H. Hutchinson, on West Spruce street, was pleasantly surprised by a large number of her friends at the Hutchinson home. Promptly at 8 o'clock those invited met at the home of Miss Alice Brewer on Madison arteet, then proceeding to the Hutchin son residence, where a delightful even ing was spent at whist, after which prizes were awarded to the successful players; those securing the prizes be ing Misses Carrie Reeves, Grace Ma hanna and Theresa DeRyke and Messrs. Larey Marshall, Ray Lynch and Henry McCullough. At midnight a delicious luncheon was served, after which dancing was indulged in' until an early hour. Those present were the Misses Grace Mahanna, Bertha Mar shall, Carrie Reeves, Alice Brewer, Bessie Hutchinson, Lillian Wenzle, Theresa DeRyke, Nettle- Edwards, Lil yian Sherwood, Jessie Hu...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

* *- T//EPASSI/VGo tAe WOODEMY L. VESELS OF THE OLD NAVYAA B/ING RELEGATED TO THE S.CRAP ,IL4P C ,. 5/ ···:·:·/ HT E ALE of the old sloops-of S war Saratoga, St. Mary's and -- terprise, after having been ootdoemnofd by the government they served so well, brings vividly to mind that the "wooden walls" of the old nary &re rapidly being relegated to 1 tea, when the Monitor and the Merfisuac fought their famous battles In Hampton Roads and the onlooking wami4 Jc 'Ye0 that the days .1 wooden fighting ships waee over, the three crafts that have lately been cast isiA as unfitted for service, were Just in their prime and were numbered among the finest vessels of their class in the whole world. Today these same vessels, when com pared to the mighty battleships New Hampshire, North Dakota, Delaware and others of the class, are as com parlag a smooth bore 12-pounder to a 12-inch rifle or an ox-cart with an au tomobile. B wt even though they suffer by compartson, and are considered un worth...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

APPENDIX IS USEFUL ORGAN LONDON SURGEON SUGGESTS TRANSPLANTING INSTEAD OF REMOVING. The statement was made recently that the surgeons of a London hospi tal had discovered that the vermiform appendix had uses which made It dis tlnctly worth preserving. The Lancet contains a paper read by Dr. C. B. Keetley, senior surgeon at West London hospital, before the surgical section of the Royal Society of Medicine on "Why and How a Sur geon Should Attempt to Preserve the Appendix Vermiform." Dr. Keetle,'s experience is summed up in the phrase, "an appendix transplanted is an ap pendix disarmed." Has a Potential Value. After referring to Sir William Mac Ewen's demonstration that the appen dix has physiological uses possibly, if not probably, of considerable import ance, and that it is not the useless and merely vestigial organ that it has been represented to be, Dr. Keetley says it has also a potential surgical value, which appears greater and more as tonishing the more experience one gains of...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 January 1909

the Realm of Sports WHEAP 1f ISES WIN CLASSICS TALES OF DERBY WINNERS THAT COST THEIR OWNERS SMALL SUMS. Btorles of Derby winners having bin sold as youngsters for exceeding ly small sums are fairly numerous, and without going too far back into the recesses of the past at least two instances can be sited of animals des tined ultimately to win the "blue rib bon of the turf" which as yearlings no one thought good enough to buy. Voltlgeur was one of these, and the other was Thormanby. Voltigeur was bred by Robert Ste phenson in 1847 and as a yearling was sent up to be sold at the Don caster sales, a reserve price of $1,750 being placed on him. Not a man was found to bid that much for him; con sequently he was withdrawn. In all probability he would have re mained unsold had not Williamson, a relative by marriage of Lord Zetland, seen him and, having taken a fancy to him, finally persuaded his lordship to buy him. His judgment was triumphantly vin dicated, for not only did Voltigeur win ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

THE WEATHER TTT Th AdT~ TH W.THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Tomorro-CVOL XXXV. NO. 258. MIOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 18, 1909. PRICE V VOL. XXXV. NO. 258. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 18, 1909. PRICE IE . ;! FAMILY FOURD DEAD 1N BATH W. L. 8bELEY, WIFE AND DAUGH TER ARE DISCOVERED WITH HEADS IN TUB. MURDIER AND SUICIDE? Indications Are That Husband and Father Killed Other Occupants of Home and Then Destroyed 8elf-He Had Been National Bank Examiner for Illinois and Was Hard Up. Seattle. Jan. 17.-W. L. Seeley, an attorney and former national bank ex aminer for Illinois under Comptroller of the Currency Eckles, his wife, Mrs. Kate M. Seeley, a member of the Na tional Society of Daughters of the American Revolution, and his daugh ter, Miss Rene Seeley, a student at the University of Washington, and a mem ber of the Delta Gamma sorority, were found dead in a bath room of their home, 307 Eighteenth avenue, in the fashionable Capital hill district, at 1 o'clock this afternoon...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

-i ......-...s u A Sale .7hat Means a Material Jaaving on Svery Jtem of 1erchandise-.-f ._plendid Bargain Jale of Dependable 'alues--Don't Miss the qreatest Bargain Opportunity of the Iear qreatest &conomy and . aving Vent of the ar .n th e - -C tio 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-ALF Your pick of any $30 and $35 taUored suit piece of this great stock of dress goods held in reserve; all go at $1 and $1.25 silk velvets, all colors, sale price ........... ....-..-.79 Your pick of any $20 and $27.50 hand-tailor- remarkably low elearance prices that will appeal to all as 65c velveteens, all colors, sale price ......_............ _ ....... 41' ed suit in the house ...............$...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

chlossbers $1.75 Blackchlssberg's Special ~chossbergosyI.____lossber _ 45c Ch.la Silks 29c . _1Il I full 36 inches wide and a rich, handsome quality, 1c sale price ............................1.10 12Oc Buck Tom All silk quality and all colors; reg. A good size and splendid qualitj ular 45e seller, sale price..........2 F IR S T E M I-A N N U Atowel, 12 1-2c value, sale Ribp ae CLEARING SALE Speal Ribbons Wollt toThe Vey P. RIbonr 25C eons Monday, Jan 18 and Ends Saturday Night, Jan. 30 caucoat, Yary 5e Only. 25 Weks o1 Saturday Thiss positively the verybest All our big stock of fancy ribbons Two W eeks Bargain Giving That W ill Set the W hole Town Talking ty calicoi made andthe hstylestareall going at one low price for this clear- PRUDENT SHOPPERS WILL NOT OVERLOOK THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE FROM new and include all colors, and the ing sale. They come in all colors in THE NEW SCHLOSSBERG STORE-ADVANTAGES THAT MEAN GREAT MONEY-SAVING OPPORTUNITIES- FOR SURE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

.. _ 9 ..ýF.ý. N.., MI s U r.,ln the Tear. t . at . . te. co. I- nca ---5. Sat the po~ttomre at Mleouta, as secoad-olas mail matter. $U.MSRIPTION RATES (In Advanee) , one month ................ $0.75 three moonth ............. e.35 six months ................ 4.00 one rear ................. 8.0 1m dbLst tot foreign ountrie. TEtlPHONE NUMBER O ttlee 110 Editorial Rooms " U3RIBERS' PAPERS T -he aMmo n Is anxious to give S) r lrer service; therefore sub S are requested to report faulty &at once. In ordering paper aied to new address please give old Miess also. Money orders and checks gJLOId be made payable to The Mls W.ulsa Publishing Company. ONDA ANtAR 1, 1901. MONDAY, JANIJARY 18, 1909. A LOOK AHEAD. : Y'erday morning it was the pleas apt privilege of The Missoulian to *s authoritative announcement of ate foot that the work of constructing lse mew electric railway will be start dt as soon as the weather will permit. t its gtrnday edition The Missoullan also gave dOnsiderable spa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

Year-End Sale I M ISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY ICleng Dayi Your Love for Your Home Should Make This Year-End Furniture Sale of Utmost Importance Red Tags Red Tags Carry Messages of / r Mark Hundreds of Savings .Bargains Thousands of them were used I "." that find no mention in this in preparation for your com- advertisement-odds and ends ing today, every one means a In all your experience you never saw a sale of Furniture and Carpets which for great big, heapedup, shaken-down and oadf furniture and short lenths greatly reduced price, marked -- - - - of carpets, etc. They are in plain figures. running-over bargains would come anywhere near equaling the Year End Furniture and Carlpet C:learance which we guide costs scattered with -, - - - - - -profusion throughout our Look for the launch today. It is to be the greatest sale of its kind ever known in Missoula-it means the sacrifice of thousands Furniture and Carpet depart ments to direct you to Red Tags of dollars worth of good, substant...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 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 large sizes only; 45c values; M onday, each .................................................................... 29 45 for 75c Underwear Ladies' 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 75c values; M onday ............................... ........ ................................... .............. ........... 45 Cotton Batting Special 6c a roll for snow white cotton batting; regular 10c kind; Monday, only ..........................60 3 1-2 Pound Cotton Batting a Roll 75c Snow white, long fiber cotton batting; enough for one comforter and you simply have to unr' 11 it to make a nice comforter; these are regular- $1 rolls and they go Monday at 750 Shaker Flannel 6c a Yard leavyweight cream shaker flannel, 27 inches wid...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

DONLAN'S PUBLICITY BILL PRESCRIBES A METHOD FOR ADVERTISING MONTANA The Work Is Placed in Direct Charge of the Commissoner of Agriculture, Labor and Industry and He Is Given Such Assistance as Will Be Necessary to Carry Out the Work of Making Known the State's Resources. Special Correspondence. Helena, Jan. 16.-Senate bill 24, in troduced by Donlan, is one of the measures before the legislature which is attracting attention. The bill is popularly called the "Publicity Bill" and it is believed that it will pro vide an economicl method for prop erly advertising the resources of the state. The text of the bill follows: A bill for an act to increase the duties of the commissioner of the bu reau of agriculture, labor and indus try; to provide for the collection and compilation of statistics for the use of said bureau, by counties and by cham bers of commerce, commercial bodies, farmers' institutes, co-operative socie ties of farmers, state fed erated trade unions and other industrial ass...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

`Delinquent Tax List of Real and Personal Property of Missoula Coun For the Year 1908 (Note--Al seutioal property In the I tUllowing list is in townships north of 4ges" west of the Prinolpal Meridian et Moetms) OCLA A. tesl Proprty. Amount Dellnquent. Allison, Rebeoc, lot 20, Or c 'ad Hormes No. 8........3 7*81 Asnador Umelting Co., smelting plant ....................... 1 .10 Amador Railway Co., right-of way for railroad and rolling stock; x.38 miles of railway at $a.000 per mile............ 878. Amedor Coasolidated Mining & Development Co., lots 1, 10, ii, 17, 18, 24, 2 to 9 inolu sire, 12 to 16 inclusive and 19 to 83 inclusive, block 10; 1. 10, 11, 17, 18, 24. 3 to 9 Inolusive, 12 to 16 Inclusive, and 1 to 38 inclusive, blook 11: lots 1, 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 2 to 9 inclusive. 12 to 16 In clusive, and 19 to 23 inclu sive, block 12; lots 1, 10, 11, 17, 18, 34, 2 to 9 inclusive, 13 to 18 lnclusive and 19 to 23 inclusive, block 13; lots 1, 10, 11, 17, 18. 24, 3 to 9 inclusive, 12 ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

I IN THE RAILWAY WORLD NITT MAY SUCCEED DEMAND FOR EMPTIES SLADE TACOMA OFFICIAL SLATED FOR BIG JOB-PALMER AND RAP ELJE TO BE PROMOTED. The report of the retirement of George T. Blade from the general manageehip of the Northern Pacific railroad has brought forth much lo cal comment relating not only to the retirement of Mr. Slade but to his probable successor. In Missoula railroad circles it is taken for granted generally that Mr. Blade will soon leave the Northern Pa cific and will be found in the active management of the Delaware, Lacka wanna & Western. It is not believed, however, that the Northern Pacific will look farther than its own lines to secure a successor for the retiring offi cial. Semi-officially it is asserted that H. C. Nutt, who for the past two years has been general manager of the Northern Pacific lines west of Trout Creek, is being prominently mentioned for the position. Succeed ing Mr. Nutt, Bert E. Palmer is be lieved to be the logical man with J. M. RapelJ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 January 1909

REILLY'S MIOSOULA's 3361 @ROOMRY Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit 50c THE BUIY CORNER Phene 3S A Special Offer Ina e. to reduce our stock be. ios ravoioig we offer our guar sateed 3-quart fountain syringe tor "1.00. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fre sh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and tf it does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS i anmmend Sleek Osnow Pieture 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 tje 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 GEDAR AND STEVENS Somplete House and Offloe Fur nlshinges. LUNCH At Noon Chicken Sala...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

THE WEATHER 1N Today--Putly Cloudy. k whe . . "I romorrow-aXin or snow. D IO L ouIV C OU EI a -IV YT VOL. XXXV. NO. 259. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1909. PRICE FIVE DONLAN'S BILL ACTED UPON FAVORABLY MEASURE PROVIDING FOR POP ULAR ELECTION OF SEN ATORS IS REPORTED. TWO CHANGES SUGGESTED Consideration of the Bill in Committee Causes a Party Division and the Re. turn of a Minority and Majority Re port, the Latter Favoring Enaotmmnt of the Proposed Law. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, Jan. 18.-More important rqgislation was projected in the as sembly today than on any other since the beginning of the session. One was a bill dealing with the state landsa Governor Norris sent to the senate and house a communication embracing the reports of the commissions he appoint ed recently on state and timber lands belonging to the state and accompany ing the reports was a bill agreed upon jointly by the commissions. In the house the bills went to the committee on conse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

Se - r.sýs..m, mm"......t -e: .. " 4 Jale Ohat Means a Material .'aing on &e.ry teanm of Merchandise---, %pJ'plendid t argain. Jale of D pendable Values--Don't Miss the jgreatest Bargarn Opportunity of the glear ireatest &conom nandJaing &Vent o ,the ar Sonderful price Reductions on tress Goods sbroldrl Marked own ato f rc nn tre 8prc d on onS 1C 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 $20 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 ......................4e all colors, sale price ... ....... Tour pick of any $20 and $27.50 han...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

_l$i.75 Black $l I"lssbrg' eeld Special cossberg's Specia1~ - k Sc1hlessberg's i e. nhlst~t~nmnf .llTaffeta ... o. S hlo hsb er 45e China Silks 29e full 36 inches wide and a rich, handsome quality, 1" sale price ............................................................ 1.10 12$ Huck To All silk quality and all colors; reg. A good size and splendid quIl-t ular 45c seller, sale price.......... 29 FIRST SEM I-ANNUAL towel, 12 1-2c value, sale price sw' CLEARING SALE Special Ribbons Worth to 75e """"i Best"* S25c Began Monday, Jan. 18, and Ends Saturday Night, Jan.30 Theaoat, ard nlybig stock of fancy ribbons Two Weeks of Bargain Giving That Will Set the Whole Town Talking This is positively the very best qual All our big stock of fancy ribbons ity calico made and the styles are all going at one low price for this clear- PRUDENT SHOPPERS WILL NOT OVERLOOK THE ADVANTAGE OF THIS FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARING SALE FROM new and include all colors, and the ing sale. They come in all colors i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

mB DAU.Y MSSOULIAN b every thy in the Year. eil tjSag~x PV 3BLUZHZO 00. t35 ma) i* West Mias street, is- ) hed at the pcetoftloe at Missoula, Moneuta, as seoond-class mail matter. SUISCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) Dail,. ene month ................ 0.6 three months ............. 3.35 six months ............... 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 Weekly, one veer ................ 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEUPIONE NUMBER Business Ottfie 110 Editorial Rooms UBSOCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulan is anxious to give1 the best carrier service; therefore sub sricbers are requested to report faulty dsivery at once. In ordering pape dsat.ed tO new address please give old address als. Money orders and check houMl be made payable to The MIs oeiMaa Publishing Company. TUBiSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1909. SIXTY DAYS. Over in Helena there has been start ad the rumor that the eleventh ar sembly will have a short session. This 65 a rumor that generally obtain' ,ir eulatlon when the legislature ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

PRESIDENT ATTENDS JUBILEE EXECUTIVE DELIVERS APDRESS TO NOTED GATHERING OF METHODISTS. Washington, Jan. 1&-Introduced by Bishop Cranston as the "apostle of the square deal," President Roosevelt in an address tonight at the African Dia mond Jubilee mass meeting held In the Metropolitan Memorial church, which the late President McKinley at tended, declared that he would hot come before a Methodist gathering if he had not attempted to give them a square deal. "In addition to the square deal in our own country," he declared, "I want Methodists and others to help me give the square deal to Japan. I will see to it that in doing this our own citizenship is protected. "You know I am not a mere senti mentalist. I am not rn the least afraid of invoking the 'big stick' if it is necessary, but I should be ashamed to invoke it unless it was necessary. And I want to see us, while insisting on justice being done us, equally careful to do justice to others. The national government, by agreement...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

T AY 1SPECIALS IN OUR iyClearance Sale 29c for 45c Underwear Ladies' wi ribbed vests and pants, medium weight and well fleeced, full fashioned; in la.g sizes only; 45c values; Tuesday, each. .... ......................... 29 45- for 75c Underwear mfosey ribbed medium weight elastic and well fleeced; fashioned to fit the figure; both snow white and cream; all sizes in vests and pants; regular 75e values; Cotton Batting Special 6c a roll for snow white cotton batting; regular 10c kind; Tuesday, only ........................6 3 1-2 Pound Cotton Batting a Roll 75c saow 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 Tuesday at 750 Shaker Flannel 6c Yard Heavyweight cream shaker flannel, 27 inches wide; it's an excellent cloth at 10c a yard; 10 pieces, while they last, at, per yard ......................... ............................ .. ........ 6 New Flannelettes 9c Yard Persia...

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