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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

1 and 1 Kimono Flannels Apron Ginghams A multitude of patterns in blu, and brown eheets; ev lfrull assortment, light and dark colors, many with neat eryone knows that this is very peal n od Gs border designs that greatly improve upon the beauty of rarely ev oern kowdts this eo spedatock a up; a kimono. The values stated are exact and yarde ever offered Good time to stock upc are now on sale at, yard .. yard ...................................... Ladies' and Children's 25c 1 o 9c Calicoes at... Sc Fleece-Lined Hose .TA. . . . .ot. X Hl Thee are a new order, just arrived. Our first lot Our own brand upon them is a guarantee of their re- not last long, nor will tnese. The assortment is wasi liability. The children's line is heavily ribbed, extra AanId not expect to hae many left at, Sc elastic; ladies' bose are doublenw sole, . . double yar .a..................t. heel and toe; all sizes; now, pair ........ ._._._._.__ __ __ __ Wonderful Sale Men's Overcoats vand . $12 .50 Unprecedented...

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. — 21 January 1909

i' I~r_~Yr~kXaSc~PrnAVTBLACKCANNET 10 'k l SHEN the announcement was first made that the United States secret service might be investigated by congress as a se (quel to the present controversy be tween the president and the national legislature, the suggestion provoked the most widespread interest through ,out the country. No wonder, for the secret service has long been the most mysterious branch of our national government, the one federal activity regarding which the public at large could learn very little and regarding .which their curiosity naturally In creased, proportionately The keendess of .the reading public for peeps behind the scenes at the headquarters of the "black cabinet" in Washington is attributed in part to "the fact that the scope of activities of /the secret service has increased great ly since Theodore Roosevelt entered the White House. It was this broad .ening of the secret service operations that congress protested against last year and finally put a stop to by...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

SAN FRANCISCO NEEDS MORE WATER THE HETCH-HETCHEY RESER VOIR SCHEME DISCUSSED BEFORE COMMITTEE. Washington, Jan. 20.-The legal status of the Hetch-Hetchy and Lake Eleanor reservoirs scheme for water supply was discussed today at the final bearing before the .house com mittee on public lands. City Attor ney Long of San Francisco told of the steps taken by that city to se sure this reservoir site in the Yosem ite valley from the federal govern ment. The San Francisco delegation con sisted of City Attorney Long, City Engineer Manson, Dr. A. H. Glannini of the city council, Walter McArthur and J. T. Gallow of San Francisco and former Mayor Olney of Oakland and representatives of the Spring Val ley Water company, which supplies San Francisco with water. City Attorney Long filed with the committee certified copies of corre spondence between the city of San Francisco and the Spring Valley Water company tending to show that the city had made three distinct ef forts to get a bona fide offer o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 January 1909

Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit SOc THE BUSY CORNER Phone N A Special Offer In order to reduc. our stook be tore lavolein we ofer our ruar sateed 3-quart fountain syringe for 41.00. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and It It does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Blook Corner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Biggins 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 furnitufe 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" aemplete House and Offioe Fur nishings. TODAY Cream Caramels Plain and Nut, a Mlissoula-Made Leader ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

TTH Tod-Pro THE DAILY MISSOULIAN l Tom orrow-Colde. NR DY O ,A MUTCTHE IVES AA VOL. XXXV. NO. 262. MISSOULA, MONTANIA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1909. PRICE FIVE CEs:. BOTH HOUSES ACCOMPLISH RESULTS NUMEROUS BILLS ARE PASSED BY EACH BRANCH OF THE LEGISLATURE. TAX BILL IS APPROVED Measure Providing for Submission to Voters of the State a Proposed Change in the Constitution Regulat ing the Taxation of Property, Passes Its Third Reading in Senate. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, Jan. 21.-Both the senate and house did more business today than on any other day since the session be gan. The senate held two sessions and the house but one. At the morning session the senate passed the follow ing bills on third reading: No. 12-Providing for the submis sion to the voters of an amendment to the constitution relative to the tax levy, as follows: Up to $300,000,000. 3 mills; from $800,000,000 to $600,000,000 2 1-2 mills, and above the latter, 2 mills. No. 15-Authorizing the employment ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

1 Jale .hat Means a Material Saving on &evry Jiem of Merchandise---. JSplendid Bargain Jale of dependable Values--.Don't Miss the greatest Bargain Opportunity of the Year eatest &conomy and Ig ont of the. far ' le -nderfIl pri P edutions on ,ress qoods ,fi .Smbarderles Marked Dovn to 14a1f Price n W onderf ul rcood 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 820 and $36 tailored uit piece of this great stock of dress goods held in reserve; all go at $1 and 1.2 silk velvets, all colors, sale price...... ........ 9 in the house ......................$19.48 B1 and $1.25 silk velvets, all holors, sale price ............ Your pick of any $20 ad 27.50 hand-tailor- r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 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 liosses sion. To look at this splen did new home means to buy it if you want a good home cheap. RAILROADS LANDSLIDES BLOCK TRAFFIC STORM WORKS HAVOC ALONG LINE OF GREAT NORTHERN IN WASHINGTON. Seattle, Jan. 21.-Destructive land slides, ctrrying hundreds of tons of earth, along the line of the Great Northern between Ballard and Ed monds, last night, 'carried away the telegraph and telephone lines, and prevented for an indefinite period the movement of trains and generally worked much inconvenience. Yester day the first overland train of the Great Northern to reach Seattle in 17 hours arrived. A series of slides oc curred at ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

5r A r, i t he Tear. PUdLE3VNG CO. .T,. )Y 5, treet, Im. ted at the postoftioe at Missoula, = as second-clas mail matter. SUESSRIPTION RATES (In Advanee) Sone month ................ $0.7 ly, three months ............. .6 ly, six months ............. 4.00 ly. one year .... ... 8.00 , one year .................. 1.00 Wkly, one ealr' 1.50 added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER olliness OffIle 110 Editorial Rooms UBICORIBERS' PAPERS The Mlssoullan Is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub sorlbers are requested to report faulty ettvery at once. In ordering paper amanged to new address please give old &ddrees also. Money orders and checkr Sould be made payable to The MIR ioulla Publishing Company. F'RIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1909. THE FEDERAL BUILDING. Yesterday's Missoulian gave the news that the senate has favorably considered the Dixon bill which pro videe for a substantial increase in the appropriation for the Missoula feder al building. The purpose of this add e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

"SULPHURED" FRUIT NOT HARMFUL CALIFORNIA HEALTH SQUAD GROWS HEALTHY ON SUL PHUR TREATED EDIBLES. San Francisco, Jan. 21.-Dr. A. J. Atkins' "health squad," formed to test the effect of California "sul phured" fruit on the human system, has finished the ordeal with results that the experimenters declare give a complete refutation of Dr. Wiley's charge that fruit dried by such pro cess is unhealthy. Of the nine men who ate the fruit every day for a month, all except one gained in weight, and the one who lost attri butes the fact to a great loss of sleep which he suffered during the month. All of the subjects ate from four to five eunces df the sulphured fruit daily bxcept Policeman E. P. Rich ardson, who ate that quantity three times a day. The policeman showed the greatest gain. Chemical tests showed that each one of the subjects consumed about 16 grains of sulphur dioxide during the experiment. The results of the test will be sent to Washington today to be used by the California dele...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

Coats afid 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 9' $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 ialf Price Every fur in the store, including ladies' fur coats, just exactly half price. THE MARTIN COMPANY MARKET MOVEMENTS ARE GULL AN UNCERTAIN, WAITING ATTI TUDE PREVAILS ON THE PART OF DEALERS. New York, Jan. 21.-The move ment of prices of stocks today of tsred little of interest, the striking .eature of the market bcinrg dullness. It is not entirely clear what I. await ing, but the waiting attitude is mai test. Prices are moved Lut slightly either up or down. No obstables to speculative activity ar: found in heo money market, which contint.cs to relax without any effoTt from the v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

f and 18c Kimono Flannels S aving Apron Ginghas c for ....................,..... Full assortment, light and dark colors, many with neat A multitude of patterns in blue and brown cheenl ev border designs that greatly improve upon the beauty of eryone knows that this Is a very special price u a kimono. The values stated are exact andrarely ever offered Good time to stock up are now on sale at, yard ........................ 1 1c yard .................... . ................... Ladles' and Children's 2k 1c HATe 9c Calicoes at FleeceLined Hose. ........ 9c Calicoes at .. . Our own brand upon them is a guarantee of their re- These are a new order, just arrived. Our first lot did liability. The children's line is heavily ribbed, extra not last long, nor will these. The assortment is varied elastic; ladies' bose are double sole, double tnd we d not expect to have many left at heel and toe; all sises; now, pair .............. yard ...................................... Wonderful Sale Men's Ov...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

iV~ VFkrk44Axeman 4 6 ~inrde bick Lxrciee U u-rbev ,·e~·h r ý ý ý ýrl ý, r3 ý NGAGE in a discussion withn tn average New Yorker upon acts of heroism and he will at once exclaim: "Heroes! Why, man, the real heroes of New York, and in fact of the world, are the men who fighi fires in this city, and there is not a man in the department who would not perform some signal act of bravery it which hair-breadth escapes and res. cues figures were he called upon to do so, or given the opportunity to vol. unteer his services for such work There are not 100 men in the local de, partment who, at one time or an. other, have not performed some teal entitling him to a Carnegie medal." The New Yorker, although the most provincial citizen on earth, since hlt Ideas of the world at large are con. fied to those interests which alone concern his dearly beloved "New York," is not alone in this opinion for after all the members of the New York fire department have no equals oh earth in their chosen vocation...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

WEALITH IS NOT ALL IN LIFE NATUAALIST DECLARES THAT MILLIONAIRES ARE NOT HAPPY PEOPLE. Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 21.-Join Bur roughs, the naturalist, who It visiting here, believes that few millionaires are really happy. He is quoted in an interview as follows: "I do not believe in the doctrine at tributed to John D. Rockefeller, that if you want to make your wife happy all you have to do is to give her plenty of money. I do not believe the possession of money and happiness are synonomous. If Mr. Rockefeller is quoted correctly he is making a dec laration that, I believe, American women all over the world will resent. They want love first of all if they are provided with the right instinct. "I sat behind Jay Gould in school and once he wrote a composition on a slate for me when I needed ideas. That day he needed 70 cents and I gave him the sum for two old school books. I saw him later in life when he was worth $70,000,000, but I do not think he was happy. The money fire was blazing in his...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 January 1909

SULA' oW'S Three Cans Fancy Table Fl Frit 50c THE BUSY CORNER Phone N Solace Hair Insoles Will keep your feet warm, will keep your feet dry, will keep your feet from getting sore-in fact, they are a ne cessity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PrRWaYiPION DRUGGItTS t ammond Blook Oonme Picture Frames at Simons 312 Igglns 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 CEDAR AND STEVENS msplete House and Offle Fur nishinge. 200 Music Folios Instrumental and vocal, for 10 Cents Worth 50c and 75c. McHAFFIE BROS. WANTED Every business man in Missou la to call and inspect the EDISON Business Phon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

THE WEATHER THE DAILY MISSOULIAN -" Today: Snow and colder. O O T AYR Tomorrow: Snow; colder. o ]A O VOL. XXXV. NO. 263. MISSOULA, MONTANA; SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 23, 1909. PRICE PFsl c NOISY CROWD BREAKS UP INOUEST THRONG FORCES DOORS AND BREAKS WINDOWS TRYING TO HEAR EVIDENCE. MRS. HANCOCK EXPLAINS Wife of Murdered Man Declares She Would Not Tell All She Knew ,on Witness Stand Beoause of Fear of Samuel Walker, Whom She Asserts Made Threats Against Her Life. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, Jan. 22.-A riotous crowd this evening broke up the coroner's in quest which was inquiring into the death of John Hancock, former pres ident of the Helena Miners' union, who was lured from his home a week ago tonight and murdered. The wit nesses had been examined and the ex amination of a third had just started whtn Coroner Flaherty, who had threatened, if the noise did not cease. to adjourn the inquest, made good his threat. The crowd lingered around the building for an hour afterward...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

Ohe Cast Day of the ig Clearance Jale SruhMly a great sale form every view point---one that has meant much to more homes in Missoula and Western $Montana than any sale ever given by this or any other store. INone but the best merchandise that money could buy has been offered at these matchless prices for the last day. 3argais in every department will be put out with an unstinted hand. By all means attend the last day. n the en's Jection onderul price ductions on rss oods All broken lines of embroideries and insertions, all colors in stock Se Moonderful price Rrductions on press goods All bro klir earkd ,doin to caol itrico 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 $30 and $35 tailored suit piece of this great stock of dress goods held in...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

A Great Investment A Beautiful Corner 140x150 This beautiful corner will make you a handsome profit. It is on the corner of South Sixth and Orange, at the junction of Stephens avenue. Five lots, each 30x140 feet, only three blocks from Hig gins avenue. I am offering these lots for only a few days at $100 less than their val ue. There is at least $1,000 profit in this corner in less than one year. Price, $2,500 for the five lots, and they are a bargain. PRESIDENT TRANSMITS COMMISSION'S REPORT (Continued From Page One.) to the increase of a man's wealth or power. The time is coming when a man will be judged, not by what he has succeeded in getting for himself from the common store, but by how well he has done his duty as a citizen, and by what the ordinary citizen has gained in freedom of opportunity be cause, of his service for the common good. The highest value we know is that of the individual citizen, and the highest justice is to give him fair play in the effort to realize the be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

$s i 551 west nma Ireet, iis the ett o the Tear.Miul, oIasa s oiH-tasse mail matter. SUIaCRIPTION RATES (la Adveane) one monath ................0.75 tSre, months ............ L.5 six months ............ .. 4.00 one year .................. .00. one veer 1.50 So ator foreign oeettrles. TELEPHONE NUMBER Slinesa Office 110 3ditort·l Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulan is anxious to give ·M em oauter arv owo therefore sub Sare re r aMted to eport faulty 4 e at once. In ordering paper ebped to new address please give old itS also. Money orders and checks idM be made payable to The Mis soullan Publishing Company. -SA" URDAY, JANUARY 2, 190I. IT MEANS MUCH. Missoula does not seem to realise fully what great significance there is to her in the approaching opening of the Flathead reservation. Other cities which are concerned in the matter are more wide awake than this; Kalispell has been pushing forward a publi city campaign that has advertised her advantages to a great extent and in this...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

OFFICIALS OF COUNTY RETURN ASE8SSOR AND COUNTY COM MISSIONERS ARE BACK FROM HELENA MEETING. Yesterday Missoula county's dele gation to the-meeting of the assessors and county commissioners of the state at Helena returned, full of the idea that the sessions in the Capital city had resulted in much good. The men from Missoula had an important part In the meetings of the assessors and commissioners and they are confident that much was accomplished. The Missoulian has had, day by day, a faithful account of the doings of the county officials of the state from its Helena correspondent. Yesterday Assessor N. P. Kroone spoke as follows concerning the Hel ena meeting: "It was a splendid meeting. Out of the 27 assessors in the state 24 were present, besides 35 county commis sioners. We perfected an organisa tion of both sets of officials, the ac tive members of one being honorary members of the other. A great deal was accomplished, and I think the two associations will be powerful factors for...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

IIHE LAST DAY Of Our Big January Clearance Sale SBRING8 OUT MANY BROKEN LINES AND WE WILL MAKE THIS THE BEST DAY OF ALL. WITH PRICES CUT TO BEDROCK WE CAN NOT EMPHASIZE TOO FULLY THE IMPORTANCE OF A VISIT TO THIS STORE TODAY. EVERY THING INTENDED FOR WINTER WEAR HAS BEEN UNMERCIFULLY SLASHED. COME TODAY, SURE. ~Z& i iz~iitc" RAILROADS FLOOD WA1EHS HAVE SUBSIDED NORTHERN PACIFIC BRIDGES CHASM AT EDDY-STREAMS EAST NEARLY NORMAL. Supertntendent Rapelje, who spent thursday in Helena, returned to Mis soula yesterday. He reports well of the conditions on the east end of the livision and said that all fear of a pneral flood was over and that all of dse streams emptying themselves into tle Hel4 Gate river have subsided to Su appreciable extent. He further stated that what trouble there was from water in the Garrison yard last Thursday was of a very minor na 5tre and no ill effects were apparent ysterday. The offirials succeeded in rushing a *Umber of cars of rock to Gold Creek early yes...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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