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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

Half Price Sale of Women's Suits Every Woman's Suit in the House Will Be Sold at Just One-Half the Original Price This morning we start one of the greatest suit sales that we have ever held. Buch new and pretty suits of such well-known quality, at such uncommon prices, will make this sale of the greatest interest to every woman who can use a suit between now and the beginning -* * *I * of summer. Whether you need a suit this moment or not, it will repay you to attend this sale, because the suits involved are late winter models and desirable for spring, beilg popular types in sharp, straight line effects and Empire modes. Trimmings, colorings and patterns are also in direct line with advance spring styles, for there is no marked change listed for the coming season. I4 When you have carefully read each item you will have realized the truly excellent val u nes that may be had for so little money, and when such savings are offered on an entire stock of suits it behooves every woman to i...

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. — 23 January 1909

t3l Our Fine Veling,, he d MORRIS, 318 Hi ins $17 grade Successor to Connaugliton Company i $11.2 aWear Suits. All high grade in material and workmanship $0 THIS IS AN INDICATION OF THE TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS THAT HAVE been made in every department of our store. You know the character of our stock; it is the highest type of the ready-to-wear goods that can be found. You do not, however, know the prices; you could not even guess them; there was never in the history of Missoula merchandising any such a slash, and this sale is without precedent in this city. Look over the figures that we give here and, from your knowledge of our stock and its high quality, tell us if it is not a fact that this sale is the most amazing bar gain offer you ever saw. Whatever You Need in Woman's Wear Is HereI fyi at Prices Unprecedented in Bargain History Everything in Our Regular Stock Goes These Reductions Affect All Lines Underwear Ready-to-Wear Suits Hand Bags Here are two items taken from the list of s...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

TEMPEST AND QUAKE DEMOLISH TOWNS TERRIFIC STORM AND TREMBLER SPREADS DEATH AND DE STRUCTION IN MOROCCO. Ceuta, Morocco, Jan. 22.-A terrible tempest, accompanied by a torrenial downpour of rain raged for five hours last night over northern Morocco. There were no casualties in Ceuta, but reports brought in by native runners from the Phmara territory declare that several small villages have been overwhelmed and many persons killed or injured. Several American colleries and sup ply ships are anchored in Negro bay, between Ceuta and Tetuan, awaiting the arrival of the American battle ships.. No damage to these vessels has been reported. It is impossible to ascertain whether the landslides to the south are due to earthquakes or to inundation. The lower portion of the town of Ceuta was inundated. The foregoing communication cor roborate the message received last night from Tetuan saying a severe earthquake shock in the region south of Tetuan had wiped out several villages and that hundreds...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 January 1909

tIi.LY S$ MSSOULA'S ST SOOY Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit 0 Oc THE Busy OaNRNER PhoneM 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 essity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESORIPTION DRUGGISTS Nemmed Bleek 0rmwer Picture Frames at Simons $12 ioggias 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 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 STIVIEN Sempiete House and Offioe Fur nishings. 200 Music Folios Instrumental and vocal, for 10 Cents Worth 50c and 75c. MclAFFIE BROS. WANTED Every business man in Missou la to pall and inspect the EDIS...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

THE WEATHER PEOT d- THE DAILY MISSOULIAN fo VOL. XXXmorrow-PtV. Clo. 2dy4. IOULA, ONTANA, UNDAY MORNIN, JANUARY 24, 1909. PRIE FIVE VOL. XXXV. NO. 264. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1909. PRICE FIFE COLLISION OF STEAMERS JEOPARDIZES MANY LIVES Liner Republic Carrying Seven Hundred and Sixty-one Persons Rammed by the Florida. WIRELESS SIGNALS BRING RESCUERS JUST IN TIME Big Ship Bound for Mediterranean Ports Is Struck During Dense Fog Off Nantucket Island---Mysterious Elec tric Waves Bring Salvation to Those Threat ened With Death irr the Waters. Nantucket, Mass., Jan. 22.-In grop. ing her way through the dense fog off Nantucket lightship at dawn today the steamer Florida, of the Lloyd Italian line, bound to New York from Naples, dealt a death blow to the outward bound steamer Republic, of the White Star line, laden with pleas ure-seeking passengers for southern Europe and with supplies for the United States battleship fleet The steamer Florida, proving to be less se...

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. — 24 January 1909

s hqolden Rule. Missoula. Montana, phone 270 Black qolden Rule's .he Goldn Rule, miss oula, Montana, Phone 0 lack reat fluslin Underwear and lhite qoods .ale Monday and every day this week admirers of high-class Undermuslin and Wash goods are invited to come to this store and inspect the most elaborate psortments in these lines we have ever brought out. le have used every resource at our command to make this a truly great sale from the purchaser's iew point our very best has been done to get and give matchless bargains every day of this white sale A11 tharked at 20 to aa3 1- per Cent Reauctions From the Regular Jelling price Corset Covers Mg/ghgowns White petticoats Jpeclal Jale of -Women's praweg)s Combination uits Corset Jccess SHORT AND LONG Children's Wear t Children's undergarments, made of good smooth muslin, thoroughly made; all seams felled and some double stitched. This assrtment will be divided into three great lots and marked at unheard of prices ddUring this muslin under...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS "N E M O" CORSETS AND "R E G A L" SHOES_ _________ Second Week ol Schlossber's January Clearane Last week hundreds of Missoula's shrewdest shoppers bought at the Bright Corner, and we have arranged a Just R eceived price-slashing for this week that will make the buying public so interested that nothing should keep you away. R ibbon Special New Line of Rugs, Carpets, Draperies Little Worth to 50c Yard and Linoleams at Special Prices SU U or Only.. ....... This is your chance to buy magnificent spWidth 100. All pure silk metalic taffeta ribbon, mThis ins ou chance tpersonal sele icent ions of our n one's clothes and to make that little go just as far as possible is the problem with many women these days. in shades of black, light blue, brown, cardinal, roy buyer. The values are the greatest ever known in Whether it's wearing apparel or household effects that's wanted, it can be purchased here at the lowest prices of at blue and green; 190 for ribbons worth t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

OLD MANUaON8 ARE WRECKED TO MAR WAY FOR MAIL. OQAO TERMINALS. SL raw, yIan. 33.-Through the heart the old aristocratic section of St. NI ,oo line is making its way lMe the city and will spend several of dollars to overcome the ouo disadvantages of topog ws ich stand in the way of ob * n adequate space for its pas. and freight stations and tsr liaks S oome of the finest man st ( old days stand in the path the t1.May, and these are being and cleared away entire to a path for the construction section lnvaded by the railway in the early SOs, occupied by the of the most wealthy residents th eity, many of whom had lived that vicinity since the old trading when Sit. Paul was an upp-Mis pt etpoet. oradual changes t about. the removal of wl. denmes of the socially elect to 'd atriots, several miles distant, .ll old homes have since been but noes of decayed respectabil l' Paul's peculiar topography , hills made it impossible for th0ne to acquire terminals, ex bt raversing this ancient restl d...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

OPPERCUT ANTIWOTE FOR PAIN DR. ROLLER DISCOVERS A NEW AND EFFECTIVE METHOD OF ANAESTHESIA. Bince Dr. B. F. Roller announced .that he intended taking up the boxing gase, sport writers In all , parts of the country hab oeommente0upon the fact. Here is a good .one from the Miseapolls Tribune: "At last the prescription for the reel, unadulterated knockoaat capsule has sbeen discovered. The, profession of pugilism, gradually elevated through the noble efforts of those past masters of heavy thought, Jack O'Brien; James Edward Britt and Kid Broad, has reached the unhop4 for hblghts of the medical profession. "Dr. B. F. Roger, a practicing:phy slci of- seattil, Wash., want to giht Kaulfman for the rig to amnt lC Johbson. Thd' dotor' ex-utlnie*rty of Pennsylvana fot ball hero. Since leaving college his medical nibs has gained some fame wrestling with several husky pa tients who refused to remunerate him for services rendered with the bowie knife. "One day the doctor wad scheduled to perform ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

SEVERYTIHING IN IWITE , The Great White Sale Starts Monday, Jan. 25 This is our annual white sale, and our sale for 1909 Awill eclipse all former efforts; in fact, it will be the most colossal white goods and embroidery sale we have ever attempted. We have long been known as the value-givers of Missoula, and the values in this great white sale will be short of mar velous. Our New York buyer did things up brown in securing for us the greatest embroidery values we have ever had, and this item in our white sale offers no many tempting bargains that we shall not attempt, to describe them all. We give below only a few of the many price Qfferings. They all suggest enormous savings and you who have attended our sales in the past know that we do not exaggerate. Two Live Wire Embroi4er Specials Full width corset cover embroid~ries; dainty, new edges in vine ad foliage patterns; excellent * ineedlework, giving wearing quality as well as beauty; large range of patterns to choose from. 21 a t y...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

Half Price Sale of Women's Suits Every Woman's Suit in the House Will Be Sold - at Just One-Half the Original Price We have started one of the greatest suit sales that we have ever held. Such new and pretty suits of such well-known quality, at such uncommon prices, will make this sale of the greatest interest to every woman who can use a suit between now and the beginning S' . . of summer. Whether you need a suit this moment or not, it will repay you to attend this sale, because the suits involved are' late winter models and desirable for spring, being g * * popular types in sharp, straight line effects and Empire modes. Trimmings, colorings and patterns are also in direct line with advance spring styles. for there is no marked change listed for the coming season. I When you have carefully read each item you will have realized the truly excellent val Iues that may be had for so little money, and when such savings are offered on an entire stock of suits it behooves every woman to inv...

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. — 24 January 1909

REILLYS Three Cans '.ancy Table i ~ ruit 50c ". IBUOY CORNER Phone N Solace Hair Insoles Will keep your feet warm, will keep your feet dry, will keep your feet from getting more--in fact, they are a ne eeesity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Slook Corner Pleture Frames at Simons $12 Higgins Avenue FC Lace T RI Curtains T HE first arrivals are here at of our new spring stock of lace curtains. The styles bi are entirely new and are, we til think, the daintiest creations t ever shown in these indis- at pensable adjuncts to an at tractive home. It will afford D you pleasure to look over w this line. You will find the di prices reasonable. s J. .Lucy&Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS m S.mpiete House and Offloo Fur nishings. d1 200 Music Folios H Instrumental and vocal, for D 10 Cents t Worth 50c and 75c. b MciAFFIE BROS. WANTED Every business man in Missou- re il to call and inspect the EDISON Business 3 Phonograph Used by business m...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

w cn THE DATILY MISSOUIAN -PAos l* t MISBOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1909. - n_ m__ m m nm. mm .m.. m .m m moe ..m . Mw PII 5 v,, in, I ~I ·. i1 i :·~~~~~~3 laaltrarimar'····.··· MERICA'S trade and political interest in the Orient are likely to show most markedly for many years to come the impress of the in fluence of the special mission, which has been discharged without undue fuss of feathers by the speclal im perial Chinese embassy, which has just visited the United States. Owing to the recent spectacular government 'hake-up" at Pekin, that put a new nand at the head of foreign affairs in China, the members of the special embassy shortened somewhat their stay in the new world. However, it was only the social program, that originally contemplated elaborate en tertaining, that was curtailed. The official mission of the visitors extraor dinary was discharged just as origi nally planned. The orientals who have recently been the republic's temporary guests comprise the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

ii, _ ,. ..__ .. . . .. . townes' Rid All Our ine Veiling, vthe MORRIS, 318 Higgins reularprice 1.7y grade Successor to Connaughton Company $1125 For any o our $25 and $30 Ready-to- 25 Wear Suits. All high grade in material and workmanship fH~IS IS AN INDICATION OF THE TREMENDOUS REDUCTIONS THAT HAVE been made in every department of our store. You know the character of our stock; it is the highest type of the ready-to-wear goods that can be found. You do not, however, know the prices; you could not even guess them; there was never in the history of Missoula merchandising any such a slash, and this sale is without precedent in this city. Look over the figures that we give here and, from your knowledge of our stock and its high quality, tell us if it is not a fact that this sale is the most amazing bar gain offer you ever saw. Whatever You Need in Woman's Wear Is Here at Prices Unprecedented in Bargain History Everything in Our Regular Stock Goes I These Reductions Affect All Lines .I...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

"$ 4 ,, Z4 .14'7~ . . ., .,F T IS A beneficent dispensation of the arbiters of dress which per mits almost, unlimited latitude in the garb of out-of-door pursuits. Or perhaps Fashion, realizing in this case the slenderness of her sceptre, grace fully yields a point to expediency. Freedom, comfort and adaptation to the needs of the occasion make ath letic togs a joy of the wearer. The unalterable essential is that the rai ment shall not hamper the move ments. The picturesque quality that should make these informal wearables attractive silhouettes against the background or windswept sky, misty winter woods and the brown or snow white 'hillsides, allows many indul gences of individual artistic whimsies. The vivid brunette who kn ts a scarlet silk handkerchief about her throat under her skating Jacket R knows very well that a cobwebby lace yoke under sumptuous furs is the fashion, but the flaming handkerchief below her rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes makes her a picture against the d win...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

Tat ýAs pW455 moai mater. r' SR~o toIs RTO ATUS 00s Advana. m~on~y~h. .4.00 i~·":: e l e VI*PtI@UN NVUMSf G * RuR# PAPRRS ig aaEl@Uf to give sM.bs; tbmetor. sub Uº to report rfaulty ~Iew uuhS ..0601 give old (t. WIUA2 3. 443 d peWº11 !o checks AY, ZAMAR'T r~ub W*i HY Ti f* TL . worelIt elg the past weeks {mI l e at the mort o' td ' awh rames who wa e nde I a* SIt si Heh t to in replystl to "the We erldat." In these wet It is tte tashloe to abuse ti Ionta eosse tie .of the ntfon, woo sta enelmies Ind pleasure In IatUalgete ia Intemperate Ian ogtsad when men who are not w5rt y to be mentioned In the same bri with Mr. Roosevelt seek .to adti their oraving for notoriety by the delivery of torrents of vitupera tion, it is refreshing to read such men timents as those expressed by the scholarly gentleman who occuples the federal bench In th6 Montana district. These words, uttered. by Judge Hunt to closing his address, should be read bw all and especially by those who have been chuckling ov...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

TY Jaauary's third week, though char acterised by weather conditions that made it diffioult to get about, was in teresting from a society point of view; there were many ent rta.nments of particularly pleasing ch rcter in ad dition to the regular club sessions and card parties. The keynote of the week may be said to have come from the college fraternities, their circles hav ing been the scenes of two unusual events. First among these was the nationalizing of the women's Delta Sigma society, which gives the local sorority standing in what is regarded as the highest ranking organization in the country. The closing days of the week brought the formation of an alumni chapter of the Sigma Chi in the city, the meeting Friday night at the chapter house being a pleasant occasion. The most pretentious and the most successful event of the week in society was the annual ball of the ladies of the B. R. T. auxiliary, which was given Friday night at Elite hall. The affair was perfectly man~ged and...

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. — 24 January 1909

0. '4 .: W who ke Cai & 7c~~eswowp areddlnMiq~~~~U T HM most peculiar acolgnt that ever came to my notf* hap pened to a commercial titveler in Massachusetts. He had been out late, and in returning to his howl wandered beyond the town limits, and before he realised was plowing through stubby fields in inky dark ness. Of a sudden he plunged over a bank, and just managed to throw his body around sufficiently to clutch the endge of the earth with his fingers. For hours it seemed he hung there. At last he could endure it no longer and let go. He dashed dpwn-down about six inches and then stopped. He had been hanging all the time with his feet almost touobhil' the ground. In the morning they pulled him out of an unfinished wel. He was crying like a baby, and his hair, that had been raven black the night before, was white as snow. In this, as in many other accidepts, the funny and the tragic were closely blended. There was an old fellow for instance, who crawled into an empty spirit ho...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

TYPHOlD FURN1SHES NEW STOMACH DREADED DISEASE RENDERS ONE ALMOST IMMUNE TO OTHER AILMENTS. To be struck down by disease seems a most undesirable things, yet there are many living today in the fullest en joyment of very excellent health who but for an attack of some disease would have lived a life of almost per petual misery. These people were, first of all, vic tims of indigestion in its .worst form, and only those' who have experienced it know what true indigestion is. Struck down by typhoid fever, they came through the trying ordeal cured of indigestion, for one outstanding ec centricity of typhoid' is that if you pass through an attack safely it gives you a new stomach. In fact, after an attack of typhoid the victim is usually left with a stomach like an infant. This is the grand chance offered to one who has suffered, it may be for long years from acute indigestion. If only he takes care, after an attack of typhoid he need never know indiges tion again. Be it remembered that any...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 January 1909

i iII-.: ý.; ý ý i0 4 8A1I" IELSON TELLS HIS STORY PAM. L'.rL* SSRAPPnR GIVES rAN ACGOUNT OF HIS FIRST FIGHT. The story of the life of Battling Ndl Son is probably the first of its kind : be actually written by a puJ&Zlirt. elson, according to his manager, wrote every line of the manuscrpt atlout assistanee, and it will he r1inted Just as he penned it. to tnif tery he has told in simple but ophi style the first inolden:s in s fightitng career. His effort as a ter is all the more remarkshio wMen it is known that "The Battler" baa not attended school regularly sernc $erwas E3 years old. During his 12 fears of ghbtl.g Nelson has saved $00.OOO, most of which he has In vested in real estate. He has large geelty holdings at Hegewlek, Ill., and be. beep mentlened for mayor of that Nelson's first fight was in a circus tent with a man connected with the show, who had been touted to be able to knock out anything of his elmas. He was called "Walace's Un known." After telling how he entered...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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