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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

HE WEATHER THE F Tomorrow--Snow, colder. I AILY MI SSOIAN hou t VOL. XXXV. NO. 243. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNIN(G, JANUARY 3, 1909. PRICE M OUEIEN HELLNA RECEIVES INJURY 18 CAUGHT IN MAD RUSH OF PANIC-STRICKEN SURVIVORS AND BRUISED. STROMBOLI IS RESILESS Great Volcano Threatens to Become Aotive-Relief Work Among Strick en Sicilians Is Becoming More Ef fective-Pope Will Make Appeal to Catholic Bishops of the World. Rome, Jan. 2.-The great danger which the king and queen of Italy arp facing in their noble efforts among the stricken people of Sicily and the south was brought home to the people when word was received here that Queen Helena had been injured. Fortunate ly her- injuries were not severe, but it is realized that any moment another calamity might happen involving the serious injury or even the death of theilr majesties. Not one among the rescuers has shown more self sacrifice than King Victor Emmanuel and the queen, too. has taxed her health and strength to the utmost in...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

There Is Big Money In Any of These V, C~w lots within half a tilodk of the N. P. depot; |9,130 feet; a big bargain at SB500; only $500 cash need. Two lots, each 40x130 feet, ton i.otth Third street; ce ment walk in front and city water within 10 feet; a spe cially fine opportunity for the home-builder, as I can make terms to suit the most modest purse; $375 each. Six fine lots in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im proving most rapidly and are an excellent buy; $250 each --one-third cash, balance one and two years. THEATRICAL MAN GIVES FREE RIDE TO "KIOS" Manager H. W. Van Dyke of the Sutton Opera company adopted a unique method of advertising his show . yesterday, when he procured a bobsled and team and invited every boy in "'town to either mount the rig or attach his handsled to any available hook or staple attached to the bob. On the second trip down Higgins avenue the Outfit was piled four deep with , houting, cheering, and screeching ."kid's, while han...

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

RAILROADS SLUMP WAS OF SHORT DURATION ROCKY MOUNTAIN DIVISION IS MAKING UP FOR LIGHT HOL IDAY MOVEMENT. The temporary slump in train move ment over the Rocky Mountain divis ion received an awful shock yesterday. when, in 24 hours 28 freights were moved east and west out of Missoula. Nor were these trains made up of non-manifest cars. As a matter of fact every train moved east was nearly sol Id manifest, two of them being 54s train. It is a fact worthy of some note that 18 of these trains were ordered during the working hours of the night shift, though some of them were not moved out of the yard until about 10 o'clock yesterday morning. The westbound movement was of a good class and subject to good runs over the district. A few empties are being moved in that direction, but in most Instances the trains .are being made up of through loads, the cars, when empty, to be returned loaded for eastern points. The two No. 54's were made up of stock, fresh fish, apples and imported goods bound...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

S4,. .t roP oo0e ABROAD WITH A i HAT IN P1IROSPCT ON HI8 RETURN. ioaitkii Jan. .-Arobbishop William (cOnaeltl Wril leave Boston next week Japan to engage in his second tr-ltee as a diplomat to the court of :t l mikado. Once before he per :I.S the service, and this time the ,4 itona he is to carry on between I 'Jap.nase ruler and the vatican e4qually important, and equally to be tewarded with promotion recognition by the pope. Archbishop O'Connell will return :t me by way of Europe, and it is ru .gored that if his mission to Japan is ,crowned with success it is extremely ,lkely that when he leaves Rome next summer it will be as an American car 4nast. There are a number of circum al.a.ebe that tend to strengthen this *idbpbeoy. Reliable advices from Home during past year have borne the assur ce thl America is to be given an Startlnal in the near future. The ol n a better and larger repre santation of the non-Italian element in 'tie direction of the Catholic, espe 'tally with regard to...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

EVERYBODY MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY EVERYTHIN A Hat Full of Coal Lasts All Night in Cole's That is a tre- HOT BLAST mendous fact for Blast is the most sweeping users of heaters. statement ever put behind $10.50 Your fire is nev:er a heater, and it puts us in out! the lead of all stove deal- Up A hat full of coal ers. in a Cole's Hot Let us show you this re Blast burns all night, and in the morn. m ark a b 1 e heater-this ing instead of building the fire, shivering clean stove--this continu in a chilled room and waiting for the fire ous fire holder-this ex to heat up, you open a draft only. pense cutter-this beauty. And there is fuel enough left to warm Take note that this up nicely. heater burns soft coal. We not only say this. We guarantee hard coal, wood, slack, lig. it, and our word is backed by the largest nite or cobs-and we manufacturer of soft coal heaters in guarantee it against any America. heater, size for size, at We guarantee a saving in fuel of a twice or three times ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

NUARY LEARANE SA SEIZE YOUR OPPORTUNITY And Buy Winter Goods at Less Than Actual Cost: . The big January clearance sale starts Monday, January 4, and we will include everything E - . of a wintry nature in the big sale.k 'The heart las been cut out of every article intended for winter wear, and we have performed a surgical operation on all winter goods and have cut down to the very bone. The Winter Goods Must Go and our shelves must be clean to receive the spring merchandise. If price and quality (slunt, we will accomplish our Ipurpose. Our Reputation for Backing Up Our Advertising With the Goods is too well known for us to dwell at length on that, and we only ask you to read this ad carefully and then come and Syou will find everything as represented. Unmatchable Reductions on F lurs Hosieryand Underwear Prices Blankets and Comforts .t That Pulverize Competition f l ~2R5 During Our January Sale At Half Price ThatPulverizeCo.petiton ,X .u oYou ned l(ook nowhere else if you wish " " (...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

Stock Reducing Sale in Men's Wear and Shoes for All---Big Price Concessions Throughout A careful examination of our stocks, after the heavy Christmas buying, reveals an overload in several different lines. Inventory comes soon after the first of the year and we must not have any needle., stocks or overloads in our "stock-taking," no matter how good the qualities. Our following this rule explains why our stocks are always fresh and new. The reduced prices are made to insure quick selling and bring stocks down to normal. TAKE CAREFUL NOTE OF OUR HIGGINS AVENUE WINDOWS Severe Price Reductions on Men's Men's $3 Calfskin Shoes Now Men's $3 and $3.50 Heavy WorI SuOnly $2.25 Shoes Only $2.50 F in e S u its a n d O v e rco ats A solid leather shoe throughout and guaranteed to give Workmen will find this shoe the best for the money that satisfaction. By satisfaction we mean that you will be thor- they ever tried. There is no shoe on Lhe market, either east $35.00 suits and overcoats oughly p...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

LY S ulmSouLA's SarS RooSRY Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit 50c THE BUSY CORNER Phone N A Special Offer In order to reduce our stock be fore Invoicing we offer our guar anteed 3-quart fountain syringe for 11.oo. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart 2 Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargaina; every one guaranteed and It it does not give satisfaction we agree to replace .aane. Missoula Drug Co. PRrSCRhPTION DRUGGISTS Ilmmend Blook Corner Art Calendars at Simons 312 Iggius Avenue The Worth OF ANY piece of furni tures lies in' its lasting qualities. Varnish and putty conceal structural defects and the furniture that looks best does not always wear best. But our stock com. blues appearance and dura bility; it is made by the best manufacturers in the world and their reputation is based upon every piece. We guar antee our wares and the prices are ,reasonable. J. M. Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS Complete House and Offioe Fur nishings. Beginning Today at 10 a.'m. Special Sal...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION ° THE DAILY MISSOUILIAN PAGES 9TO MISSOULA, MONTANA, MUXI)AY MOIHNIN;(, JANUARY 3, 1909. . ... . -- -- •- ......n. "-- - - ""---- "''"---- ""- m. m mmm ·-- ram,- -m --- -- - -- ---- ---- --- HISTORY MADE RAPIDLY IN MONTANA THE STATE AND ITS CITIES MAKE NOTEWORTHY RECORD IN TWELVE MONTHS. The' year just past has been, to Montana and Montana people, excep tional in every way, exceptional in disaster and in •progress, as well. The spring floods were unusually bad and was the principal disaster of the year, causing a loss of thousands of dollars to the state and retarding seri ously the progress of the railroads building. By death Montana has lost many of its pioneer citizens, the most prominent among them being the late Daniel J. Hennessy of Butte, while the loss through accident has been un usually great. Moreover, the rough and uneducated element which was brought in by the railroad construc tion has caused the state officials much trouble through crime. These losse...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

STIRRING RECORD OF A BUSY AND PROSPEROUS YEAR I t . i'Wla' . """ --- . -.'.., . . . . . HISTORY MADE RAPIDLY IN MONTANA (Continued from Page Nine.) class office-E. S. Paxson settles in Missoula. W"-Mrs. Henrietta Schnepel of Phllipaburg, a pioneer of the state, dies at her home-Big Blackfoot Milling company resumes operations at Bonner. 30-Democratic city convention names candidates 31-Republicans hold enthusiastic city convention ano nominate ticket. APRIL l--Idwin Norris takes oath of office as governor of Montana. 2-Dr. David Starr Jordan delivers lecture in Union theater. 4-Mrs. George M. Hayden, the singer at the Lyric theater, shot on the street by her husband-Peat and Ambrose elected trustees of school district No. 1. 5-Announcement received of Car negie fund for the benefit of state university professors-Democrats and republicans split honors in city elec tieo, each electing three men. --Good roads campaign started M Orchard Homes-Miners in Butte are paid off for first time ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

dd w 05 II V` 1,., I, I 14+ .,q € ,I.i 18Ul j Gown . a~·i N breathless, down-hill coast to Lent. Into these six weeks are crowded in rapid succession some of the most important social events of the winter; for by the beginning of Lent, of course, evei,'body who makes the smallest pretention to oeing of the social elect, is established under expensive south ern sunshine, not to return to the bleak north until, with Easter, spring sartorial considerations revive inter est in the metropolis. The good old Knickerbocker custom of" offering one's neighbors good cheer at the year's opening-a custom which unfortunately fell into such disrepute in the late eighties that a chilling card basket on the doorbell greeted all would-be purveyors of friendly greet ings-has been revived again in the form of hospitable dinners, at-homes and New Year dances for the younger folk. In the social seventies the women folk of the Knickerbocker household began preparation early in the day. The groaning board ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

Iar V A1Y m UssoUuAN Save rn ay in the Ysear. lMAOULAN PUBLISHING CO. go anU 1t1 Went Maim Street, Mis aouls, Montana. Oatted at the postoffioe at Missoula. Me1 ta*a. as seoond-elass mail matter. SUSOCRIPTION RATES (Is Advanoe) b ,IW. one month ................ 0.75 Dtly, three months ........ 2.35 s-a- lt x months ................. 4.00 oneaeer *.0...... ..00 . one year .................. 1.00 Pe.aee added for forelgn countries. TELIPHONE NUMBER -aslaesa Otffi. 110 Iditorial Rooms IUMSCRISERS' PAPERS The Missouelsa is anxious to give the best carrer service; therefore sub aoribes are requested to report faulty eliery at once. In ordering paper ashed toe new address please give old addrtes also. Money orders and checks ahould be made payable to The Mis souliaa Publishing Company. SUNDAY., JANUARY 3, 1909. POW$$lM AND PROSPERITY. Down in Georgla Mr. Taft Is rap. idly becoming acclimated. It is be coming a question of whether Mr. Taft is marching through Georgia or Georgia is marching...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

n IETy'. Among the social happenings of the week should be enumerated the enter tainment of President and Mrs. Duni way and the members of the univer aity faculty in Helena while attend ihg the annual meeting of the state teachers' association. On Wednesday afternoon Mrs. William H. Hunt gave a tea at her home in honor of Mrs. Duniway to which many of the ladies of the Capital city were invited to meet the wife of the new president of the state university. Miss May Murphy, a graduate of the university, gave a luncheon to Mrs. Duniway and the alumnae of the state university in Hel ena on Wednesday, at her home. The schoolmasters' club banquet Tuesday evening at the Grandon hotel was at tended by the Missoula delegation of teachers and professors. Tuesday evening the Montana alumni and mem bers of the faculty gave a dinner at the Grandon. Adjoining the Montana table was the Iowa alumni, where a dinner was given in honor of President McLean of the University of Iowa, Hon. E. C. Day, ex...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

~;ii· i ~ CIAL ELECTION Mi beeeby gven that a speola w . be held In the city or my of Missoula and etabt :'a t , on Tuesday the 9th dal V'!e + v, 19.01, oommenoing with the at ; o 'olok a. m., and ending "l thei+ bour of i o'clock p. m., oI a i day for the following purposes: 1--P1r the purpose of submitting te to resident freeholders of the city it Ml#e4oala whose names appear or the tax roll of Missoula county, Mon taes, pesoeeding such election, the ap piletion of J. R. Wharton for a tfrneblse for the construction, main teataa0 and operation of an electric tln Ulway system in the city of MINomla county, Montana, w is to be In the words and fotllowing, towit:- se It ordained by the city council of Mssoutil noeatea L That there is hereby granted a authorised by the resident freeholders, whose names appeared on the city or osenty tax roll, atr an eleo tio. hkll for the purpose of authoris ing the same, as provided by an act of the legislative assembly, approved Marhb 5, 1908, to J. ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

WILL DIG FOR GOLD AND TUNGSTEN HUGE SUM IS EXPENDED ON GOLDEN CREST PROPERTY-. COEUR D'ALENE NOTES. Spokane, Jan. 2 --Gold and tungsten ore. will be mined in the Golden Crest company's property in the Murray dis trict, where M. H. Haymnan, president, and Edward Baer, secretary, are mak ing inspections and investigating the extent of the tungsten deposits. It is announced that new machinery will be installed to the work the mine ex tensilvely next spring. Fully $150,000 has been expended in the development of the property, the work including the building of a flume two and a half miles in length and the driving of a long tunnel at an expense of $60,000. There is now a 20-stamp mill on the property, but as the gold output must be handled on a large scale to pay well, from 20 to 30 stamps will be ad ded. The new line of the Idaho North ern railroad will allow the company to ship considerable gold ore without milling it, and thus the ore can be sent direct to the smelters. The Gol den C...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 January 1909

SARK JUST PASSED ONE OF UNUSUAL INTEREST IN SPORTS Y OF YEAR'S FIGHTS PA$8INO OF JOE GANS THE CHIEF FEATURS OF THE AMERI N RING IN 19)/. ,I thee is any one thing that can be he*. ae the chief feature of 190I i the Ametdean ring it is the passing of Joe Oans from the championship. After being a leading factor in his Alvision for a decade and after a ca eser of more than 17 years in the squared circle, the "old master" has at last recognised that years will tell. When Battling Nelson knocked him out twice in succession-July 4 and september 9-Gans realized that his hope of regaining the title he had held for years was gone. But he has stepped down from the throne with a record equaled by few in the country. Although many considered him the best man at his weight for years be fore that date, his first legitimate claim to the title came in 1902, when he knocked out Frank Erne in the first round at Fort Erie. From that time until this season his career was a long record of victories, save...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 January 1909

THE WEATHER THE Today-Snow; colder. for TOmorro.--Part McloLudy. AJ o "m VOL. XXXV. NO. 244. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONI)AY MORNING, JANUARY 4, 1909. PRICE PIVB GAiRDEN CITY GIVES TO VICTIMS "MISSOULA CATHOLICS CONTRIB UTE TO DESTITUTE OF SICILY AND ITALY. MONTANA _FOLLOWS SUIl King and Queen Return to Rome Work of Relief Is Being 'Rushed Both at Washington and Rome Military Rule in Calabria-People Are Becoming More Calm. At St. Francis Xavier's church yes teiday morning Father Albert J. -Trivelli appealed to his congregation in behalf of the suffering thousands In Sicily, who have been rendered destitute by reason of the fearful cat aclysm which has recently visited that island. The result of the appeal was a donation of $35, which will be for warded direct to Rome by Father Trivelli. It is probable that the cam paign for relief funds for this cause will be carried on more extensively in the Catholic institutions of Missoula and county, the collections fromh this source to be remitted ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 January 1909

hre Is Big Money .ny : of These lota within haltf a the N. P. depot; 180 feet; a big bargain at • 9; only $500 cash need. T lots, each 40x130 feet, Son South Third street; ce ment walk in front and city water withif 10 f4et; a spe elally fine 'opportunity for the honme-builder, as I can •pj.retirms to suit the most n~qist purse; $375 each. Mia fine lots in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im ~potirng most rapidly.aad are ?In ekxellent buy; $05O each --one-third cash, balance one ndI two years. 1HE WEATHEt Considerable sloppiness existed both under foot and overhead yesterday, de .reasing church attendance. It was chiblnook weather all right, but of an unwelcome sort. The observations: Mazimum ...... ...........44 Minimum ......... ........34 At 6a. m. Thermometer ............38 Barometer ...... ........26:43 At 6 p. m. Thermometer ...... .........9 Barometer ..... .......86:56 * S4outheast wind. T sce of precipita tion. GOES TO POOR FARM. * Dan McGutre, a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 4 January 1909

AT THE LYRIC MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS, JANUARY 4 AND 5. Baseball Series Season 1908 You've been clamoring for another baseball picture. Here it is. You can see the championship Chicago-Detroit games as plainly as if you were on the ground. See Frank Chance, Joe Tinker and all the big ones in action. Shows Tinker's home run and the players disputing the de cision on account of ball having dropped in the crowd. It was taken by the Selig Polyscope Company, of Chicago, which accounts for its excel lent photographic quality. "A Night Out" Or He Couldn't Go Home Till Morning A comic picture from the Vitagraph Studios, which .reates genuine hilarity and develops some new ideas in funm-making. We guarantee it to drive away the "blues." "A Dearly Paid for Kiss" Anothler beautiful drama for which the Lyric is becoming popular. You will surely appreciate this one. E. Worth Crampton in "Dear Old Yankee Land" Read Both Sides of Your Ticket Union Theater C. A. HARNOIS, Manager One Night Tuesda...

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

Z&AL.Y MISiOULIAN e very Day tI the Year. pUAKUBU NG OCO. ' 11 i West. M) n street, MIs **tth, Moatant. lhttered at the postoftice at Missoula, 'Inntta. ar second-class mall matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Daily, one month ...............$0.76 .4ly, three months ............. .26 six months ................ 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 ,Weekl. one year .. ....... .. 1.60 .etge added for foreign colntries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUISCRIBER8' PAPERS The Misseoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub :sortbers are requested to report faulty }delivery at once. In ordering paper uhanged to new address please give old 'address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis soullan Publishing Company. .MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 1901. GOVERNOR NORRIS. This is inauguration day at Helena. Governor Norris will today be inducted Into the office to which he was elected last November and in which he suc ceeds him...

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