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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

COURT HANlS DOWN DECISIONS FIVE DECREES INVOLVING IM PORTANT PRINCIPLES OF LAW ARE RENDERED. Helena. Jan. 18--The supreme .court today handed down five decis ions, in two of which rather impor tant principles of law are declared. In the Missoula county suit of Lar son against Peppard. involving the recovery of property sold for tax title, the court holds that despite the lapse of years, refund must be made to the tax purchaser before title can Sbe quieted. In the Silver Bow suit of Kauffman against Cooper and Archibald, the court in essence holds that the questions involved must be argued in the brief and the court is not expected to inquire to extraneous issues from those therein contained. For this reason, petition for rehearing is dented. In another opinion the court ordered the issuance of a writ of supervisory control in the matter of the state on the relation of Hattie F. Happel against the district court of Gallatin county. The wife of an insane person named Toepper applied f...

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. — 19 January 1909

TH K' D ARTI LU WITH MILPHISTO," ;F .4AMS #UNDAY'. # ` anIm e. 1. --"sey for me that eitlles to meet Old Me terror unlrveal, In Jim a ght pvilion at Los Angeles, a P bruiry, following my Spo eagsgemeat. Big Jim'll be in my at let.etlong e ou. to tntre me. Will I win? Surest thing. It fromp ma that 're got the punch. The rules are to my alig; a mde 'm s myelt between rounsA ti this town." Rev, William A. Sunday, ex-ball eyle gave out the foregoing at the le of a sermon in the t*bernaole be sle speali4 to rom l persons daily at a serles *t .r eetinpa to close January 25. 'look forward with interest to the neeting with the old boy on the Pa nlaa coast." he added, "and what 1ru do. to him with the upper outs and as ortarm Jolts, swings'and books I'm new bringingn to a point of La my eas traintns wll Jam ,elte4. the nesl bavyr fSee he overlooked portt wrinkles q14 the Asht r e big cites on Puget soun4 Sthe oost, including Seattle. Port d.. , 'aI ca # ca pan ranoisoo, and in the Interior,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

IAL MllllG SHOWS DECREASE FIGURES PREPARED FOR GEO* LOUICAL SURVEY INDI CATE LOU. Reports received by Edward F. Par ker, statistician of the United States geological survey, from state officials and others closely in touch with the coal mining industry in the several states indicate that the output of the bituminous coal mines of the country fa 1908 was between si0,400,000 and $30,000,000 short tons. If the final re terns are found to agree closely with these preliminary figures they will in dicate a decrease in production of lb to 20 per cent as compared with the production in 1907. The following table gives estimated percentages of decrease in the output of the principal coal-producing states: Alabama ....... .............. 10-0 Arkansas ...................... 25-30 Colorado ............. ........ 10 Illindis ...... ... ............ 0 Indiana ........................ 20-80 Iqwa ......... ................ 0 Kansas ........................ 20 Kentucky ...... ............... 15-18 Ma...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 January 1909

REILLY'S IMSOULASA T' 35 GROOURY Three Cans Fancy Table , ,,Fruit 50c THE IUIY CORNER Phene NS .A Special Offer In order to reduoe our stock be re Invoioling we offer our guar sated 3-quart fountain syrin.e for p1.00. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents The . are resh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and i It does not give satlsaotion we egree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESORIPTION DRUGGlSTS Heamend Sleek Omrner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Merit 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 factbries 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 kSmplee Houe and Offle Pur nishings. LUNCH At Noon C.aken Salad ........

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

THE WIUTHER1UL AIN THE DAILY MISSOUIANw Toorro XX-Pobbly. 260. I LA, MNTANA, WEDNEDAY MRNING, JANARY 20, 1909. PRI IV VOL. XXXV. NO. 280. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1909. PRIORE . O APPEALS BILL PROVOKES DEBATE MEASURE RELATING TO PROCE* DURE IN CRIMINAL CASES ASSAILED BY LONG. MAlY BILLS INTRODUCED Montana State Senate in Committee of the Whole Abts Favorably Upon Several Measures Reported to It. Aot Providing Relief for Family of Deputy Peyton Approved. Special to The Daily Mlssoulian. Helena, Jan. 19.-While both the senate and house sessions were large ly devoted to routine business today, there was some interest in the higher branch by reason of a debate be tween Long and Meyer over the bill introduced by the latter, relating to appeals in criminal trials. Long as serted that the bill would affect the substantial rights of the man on trial, while Meyer said it would not. Meyer said there was general demand for the law and it hag the indorsement of the stat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

u..m_.. _.._._s . meeI _.. A Jale .hat Means a Material Javring on s ,ery SJem of Merchandise--- "plplendid Bargain Jale of Dependable Values--Don't Miss the Greatest Bargain Opportunity of the year qreatest &conom and aving 6vent of h. ear & ' * (Oonderful price eductions on Dress goods A d ary Down to 1a4 4rus. "ý n t7on (tin' OAll 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 0 and $26 tailored sut... piece of this great stock of dress goods held in reserve; all go at $1 and I1.25 silk velvets, all colors, sale price .........................9 in the house...... ...........$19.458 hl $n all $1.25 s velvets, all colors, s al e price................... Your pick of ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

S__ecial___ _110 Special 7 Back $1.10 , Special • Specia'_____Taffeta... " chlossberg's Schlossberg's -_ __Sclsbr' 45e China Silks 29e full 36 inches wide and a rich, handsome quality, 12e Huck Tow s sale price ............................ ............... ...._............. 1.10 All silk quality and all colors; reg. A good size and splendid quality ular 45c seller, sale price..........29 FIRST SEM I-ANNUAL towel, 12 1 value, sale pri Specal CLEARING SALE Special Ribbons Worth to 75c Jan. The V The Very Best 5, for 25c Began Monday, Jan. 18, and Ends Saturday Night, Jan. 30 Calico at, Yard Sc All our big stock of fancy ribbonsnly Two Weeks of Bargain Giving That Will Set the Whole Town Talking This is positively the very best qa 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 c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

(Bn Advanae) n meath ...... .....e.75 three months ............. 2. S.............. 4.00 one . "..."... "..... ... 5.00 iAn.ý t w e ULItorial Rooms *s InoS' PAPERS S$e Ieouan is anxious to give Io. arier Nertloes therefore sub ase requested to report faulty - at ones. In ordering paper to new address please give old alse. onsey orders and checks be made payable to The Mis YMUESl Pubishing Company. WUZDMNSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1909. S GREETING. renM all parti of the great state Is his diocese, birthday greet will be sept to Bishop Brewer to -. Upon this day the beloved church pasaes the three-score-and-ten in his life's journey, a journey y*e has been fraught with earnest amort, but which has been. for the met part, through ways of pleasant ass and along paths of peace. For al. dnest thirty years Bishop Brewer has at the head of the diocese of - ans, which he has seen develop a miyslonary district into fu'l dighesta honors. During these thirty cers, Bishop Brewer has endear.-d ilnmself to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

In the Realm of Sports WILL SURELY FIGHTI AGAIN MONEY IN SIGHT TOO BIG INCEN TIVE FOR JEFFRIES TO TURN DOWN. New York, Jan. 19.-Jim Jeffries is still working like a beaver every day. They all go back for just one more ight. Jeffries is like the rest of them. He is sure to pull on the gloves for an other fight. As Digby Bell says, Jeff has no more chance of staying out of the game than a terrier with tal low legs has chasing an abestos cat through hades. John L. Sullivan, when he was at the end of his string, took one more chance and fought Jim Corbett. Bob Fitzsimmons, after he had been out of the game a year or so, came back and let LiI Artha Johnson bump him on the jaw for the count. Terry McGovern jumped back into the ring only to let Bat Nelson ham mer him around. Jack Dempsey returned to the arena after booie had made him a wreck and Tommy Ryan beat him until it was stopped. They all do it. Jeffrieq never did love the fighting game. He hated to fight. He was big and strong and ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

Coati aild Suits at Less Than Hall They have got to go and at prices less than cost of material. There are only a few left. $3.49 for........................$7.50 Coats $4.69 for...................... $10.00 Coats $5.49 for........................ $12.50 Coats $6.79 for...................... $15.00 Coats $7.39 for ........................ $16.50 Coats $11.59 for ....................... $27.50 Coats All Furs at Half Price Every fur in the store, including ladies' fur coats, just exactly half price. THE MARTIN COMPANY MARKET MOYEMENTS ARE DULL PROFESSIONAL TRADERS FAIL TO CREATE ANY EXCITEMENT IN STOCKS. New Yark, Jan. 19.-The profession- 4 al traders on the stock exchange to day apparently had the market to themselves, and their efforts to move prices met with so little success that they practically abandoned them and left the market in its dull and unin- 4 teresting state the latter part of the ( session. Some strengthening In fluence on sentiment was due to a movement among insuran...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

OLD-TIME EPIDEMIC REVIVED TARANTISM OF YEARS FOUND IN HYSTERIA OF MODERN FADS AND CULTS. New York, Jan. 19.-That the pub lic kissing of popular heroes and the showering of attentions on freak mu sicians, of which this country has had numerous recent examples, is a form of hysteria and a revival of Tarant' stm, the strange contagious disorder that spread over southern Europe during the 14th century, is suggested by the February number of Appleton's magazine in an article by Dr. Pierce Bailley, an eminent authority on nervous diseases. It is pointed out that Tarantism was characterized by dancing, jumping and throwing about of the arms. Today it would be rec ognized as hysteria, the disorder by which the higher part of consciousness loses control and becomes more or less subordinate to the subconscious sphere of mental action. In the days when the mysterious disease to which the name Tarantism was ap plied spread consternation through Europe, the whole population of vil lages, schools...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

il SE WORSHIPS fIAL gCOIS NFRtANCHISED WOMAN REPRE SENTS EXTIEME SWING OF THE PENDULUM. New York, Jan. 19.-The tendency of the "new" woman to avoid home duties, to enter the professions and occupations of men and to regard marriage as hampering a "broader" and more 'intellectual" career repre aents merely the extreme swing of the pendulum in the movement which has birought to women many rights and opportunities not formerly enjoyed by them, according to Annie Nathan Meyer, who is one of the prominent conservative leaders of women's movements. In this respect she likens Women to the American negroes after they were freed from slavery, when they wanted to do only the things that, they hMa seen forbidden to do prevl tuasly. Following a similar impulse, women have been ambitious in their new-found freedom to rival men in education and business and have toked with distaste on the work Which they were better fitted to per form. "The problem of the future will be how best to fit women for ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

SELECTION OF JURY SLOW WORK TASK OF SECURING TRIAL PANEL IN PATRICK CALHOUN CASE 18 DIFFICULT. Ban Francisco, Jan. 19.-Today's proceedings, opening the second week of the trial of Patrick Calhoun upon an indictment charging the offer of a bribe to a Ban Frpnciseo supervisor, resulted in no addition to the three men who were temporarily passed last week, and it was evident that many days will elapse before the taking of testimony is begun. Out of a body of 160 citizens summoned during an in tirmission of two days, all but 56 escaped service before the opposing attorneys were given an opportunity to test the talesmen for bias and pre judice. i The preliminary examination by Judge William P. Lawlor was pro longed until within an hour of ad journment and of the men whose names were actually placed in the box but three were questioned. Two of these admitted bias, and the third, a former street car conductor, who was 4ischarged by the United Railroads prior to the first strike of its em I...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 January 1909

MOSOuLA 'asst uSOOBRY Three Cans Fancy Table Turit 50c THE BUSY ORN#tR PeWe 0 A Special Offer In lrdl to re.ae our stoek b fore lvateg we offer our gesr. oateed -quart tountain syrtange for ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Not Water Bttle or 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are paagains; every one guaranteed and I it ses not give eatisfauton we egree to replace name. Missoula Drug Co. PRSCRIPTION DRUGGISTS HNamend Bleook Corner 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 OIDAR AND STEVENS Semplete House and Offloe Fur niehinoe. LUNCH At Noon Chicken salad ..................104 r aldt ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

T o THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Tomorrow-Rain or Snow. Io O T A O m VOL. XXXV. NO. 261. MISSUOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1909. PRICE FIV OR FIRE ON LAKE KILLS MANY WORKMEN LABORERS TRAPPED IN BURNING CRIB AMID ICE-FILLED WATER, PERISH. FIFTY-THREE ARE MISSING Explosion of Powder in Chicago Wa terworks Structure a Mile and a Half From Shore Spreads Death and Destruotion-Majority of Those Not Reecued Are Known to Be Dead. Chicago, Jan. 20.-At least 53 work men are included among the list of missing and the majority of these are known to be dead as the result of a fire that had its origin today in a powder vault attached to the interme diate crib in Lake Michigan used in the construction of a new water tun nel connecting with the south side of the city at Seventy-third street. Ninety-five workmen were employed. in the crib and in the connecting tun nel at the time of the fire. The hos pitals of the south side are filled with injured. City fire boats, as well as the tugs of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

A Jual.e hat Means a Material ,awing on & iery atem of Merchandise---, p oplendid Bargain Jale of Dependable Values--Don't Mis the qreatest Bargain Opportunity of /the ear qreatest onomgyand . avin Vent of the. ar the ' nonderful price Reductions on PD oods tAll 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 91.25 yard; to KUPPENHEIMERS. the newest and most popular weaves and weights; not a single close out entire line for new stock all go at ................ONE-HALF YTour plck of any $30 and $35 tailored 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 ..... in the house ........................48 g1 and $o1.25 silk velvets, all colors, sale price ........................... Your pick of any $0 and $7.50 and-tailor- remarkably low clearance prices that will appeal to all a 65 vel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

$1,250 Cash Balance in One and Two Years Will take a new, thoroughly modern 6-room concrete block house; well construct ed; plastered; finely fin-. Ished; concrete cellar; large bath with porcelain fixtures; fine corner lot 50x130; lo cated on South Second street. This is one of the best home buys in Missoula. Price of property $3,750, on the above terms. Immediate posses sion. To look at this splen did new home means to buy it if you want a good home cheap. pr ~~.b. PRELIMINARY DEBATE ANNOUNCED UNIVERSITY ORATORS TO HOLD TRY-OUT TOMORROW-8TU DENT LIFP. The try-out to select a team to rep resent the university in the annual de bate between Washington State college and the university will be held to morrow night In the Evans Literary hall, under the auspices of the Haw thorne Literary society. The question for debate has already been submitted by the Washington State college de baters and the side which the univer sity will take will be selected tomor row night. The question is, "Res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

wsa lPriots a tis or .l u oo"trter. bres are month ...............0.Isb three months ............. a.l8 at months ................ 4.00 one yeanr .................. 8.e · l~: . o e r ................ 1.00 e foT foregn oountriis , l . 1HON E NUMMER S Ottles 110 bditorial Rooms IlPJai RSERSV PAPERS , Mb Wtusoulhp L anxilous to give best arrier irtsvloe theratfre sub are requested to report faulty at onoe. In orderirg paper to new address please give old alo. oney orders and oheokas Tb e . plapable to The Mis iga Oemprmy. , ?tURSDAY, JANUARY, 21, 1909. POR WESTERN MONTANA. i E-r a consultation with the chami gt1 of commerce and with reprosenta ts of the business interests of Mis i s, Hamilton and other western ienataaa towns, the management of ihe Missoullan has decided to under take the preparation of a special edi steo, to be published at an appropriate Wte in the early spring, which will be devoted to the exploitation of the resources of western Montana with s special view to Intere...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

HIGH WATER CLAIMS VICTIM ONE MAN 18 KILLED AND AN OTHER BADLY INJURED IN ICE JAM AT GOLD CREEK. The afirst fatality, due to the pres ent hih water, was reoorded from Gold Creek yesterday, where 'Roy Robblas, as employe of Desks & Decks, contractors for the Northern Pacific, was killed in an ice Jam, while a fel low workana was so seriously In jured that his recovery is not be lieved poasible. The accident occurred at 10 o'clock yesterday, while the men were en gaged in an attempt to loosen an ice jam which had formed against one of the Northern Pacific bridges and threatened to destroy the structure. Robbihs, who was about 22 years old, is said to have slipped, falling be tween a huge block of ice and the pier of the bridge. His chest was crushed and death was instantaneous. While attempting to rescue Rob bins, a laborer, whose name has not been learned, lost his footing and fell into the river amid the jumbled mass of Ice which surged threateningly about him. He was seized by o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

Cats lnd Suits at Less Than Half They have got to go and at prices less than cost of material. There are only a few left. $3.49 for.. "" .............$7.50 Coats $4.69 for......................... $10.00 Coats $5.49 for........................ $12.50 Coats $6.79 for........................ $15.00 Coats $7.39 for........................ $16.50 Coats $11.59 for ...... ........... $27.50 Coats All Furs at Hall Price Every fur in the store, including ladles' fur coats, just exactly half price. THE MARTIN COMPANY MARKET OPERATIONS A OECLINE A DISINCLINATION TO DEAL IN STOCKS IS GROWING C C PERCEPTI BLY. New York, Jan. 20.-There was per- C crptible growth today of the disin- E olinatlon to deal in stocks, which has been increasing for several days past. J The first quarter of the sessio{d showed a spurt of activity, which 9 seems to be due to hopeful testing I operations by the profesional ele- u ment. With the failure of .these efforts a to arouse any interest or attract any U following ...

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