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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 January 1909

Hu WEATHER PEOPL oorrow-. THE DAILY MISSOUIAN VOL. XXXV. NO. 265. MIISBOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1909. PRICE IF~V _ __ _ ___ _ _ _ _ _ _ .... O*-TS MORTALLY WOUNDED STEAMER FINALLY SINKS BENEATH SEA Republic, Palatial Boat of the White Star Line, Disappears at 8:30 Sunday Night. LATEST REPORTS INDICATE THAT SIX LOST LIVES Doomed Craft Was in Tow of Revenue Cutter Gresham and Derelict Destroyer Seneca, on Way to New York, When She Went Down, at Point Near No Man'b Land, a Small Island. New York, Jan. 24.-The palatial ocean steamership Republic of the White Star line, which was in collie ion with the Italian liner Florida early Saturday morning off Nantucket, Mass., went down at 8:30 tonight. No one was lost. Her passengers were taken off many hours before and are on the steamship Baltic, which was off Sandy Hook at a late hour, making for this port. The Republic was in tow of the revenue cutter Gresham and the derelict destroyer Seneca, proceed ing to New York, when ...

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. — 25 January 1909

h bn Rule. Missoula. Montana.hone o ack olden Rules he olden ue Misoula Montana, Phone Blalackck reat 1Muslin Underwear and White oods iale aMlday and every day this week admirers of high-class Undermuslin and Wash qoods are invited to come to this store and inspect the most elaborate essrtments in these lines we have ever brought out. We have used 6very resource at our command to make this a truly great sale from the purchaserrs view point, our very best has been done to get and give matchless bargains every day of this white sale .ll IMarked at 20 to 33 1-3 Per Cent Reauctions From the Regular Jelling price Corset Covers ightgowns White Petticoats Jpecial Jale of Women's prawers Combination .uits Corset Juccess SHORT AND LONG Children's Mear Children's undergarments, made of good smooth muslin, thoroughly mades all seams felled and eome double stitohed. This asertment Swill be divided into three *reat lots and marked at ynhe.rd of prioe White Goode sale. " Lot 1 consists of drawer...

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. — 25 January 1909

You Can't Get Milk From a Wooden Cow You've got to obtain it from a real live pro ducer. No matter what you want, you've got to send-your demand where the supply is to get it. A Missoulian "Want Ad" carries your demand right into the hands of the people you want to reach, whether you desire work or to- employ a worker, to rent a house or seN a stove. To the small merchant whose business does not warrant display advertising "Want Ads" offer unlimited opportunities-one sale, in most cases, more than paying for the cost of the ad. A Missoulian "Want Ad" spells R E S U L T ending with a dollar sign. +** MONEY IS SUBJECT OF SERMON "STEWARDSHIP" IS HELPFULLY DISCUSSED BY CONGREGA TIONAL PASTOR. Yesterday morning, at the First Con gregational church, Rev. Dwight S. Bayley preached a very practical ser mon on "Stewardship." Three texts were used, as follows: Hag. 2:8-"The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith Jehovah of Hosts"; I. Cor., 6:19 20-"Ye are not your own, for ye were bought...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 January 1909

SMISOVtLIAN S+ very Da in the Year. 3'Vo bUUHING Co. s s, & $31 Wes Main Utreet Mis somae, Montana. Rt, at the postoffia e at Missouta, NMe t a as second-class mall matter. SU~ORIPTION RATES (In Advanee) I . one month ............ "O.91 S Daly., Ai months ............... 4.00 , one year .................. 8.00 W one year ................ 1.60 added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Bsness Otffice 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub aesubers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper tihaaged to new address please give old addrwes also. Money orders and checks .S h ld be made payable to The Mls soallan Publishing Company. MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 1909. THE FOURTH WEEK. At Helena, today, the legislature will resume its work. The operation of the lawmaking routine has advanced some of the more important meas ures before the assembly to a stage where they will receive definite con ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 January 1909

IN THE RAILWAY WORLD MINING COMPANIES WANT CARS MINES ALONG THE LINE OF NORTHERN PACIFIC SHIPPING MUCH ORE. The Northern Pacific recently ar ranged to move 200 empty oars up the Coeur d'Alene branch per week, to be distributed at the various ore shipping points on that line. The demand for empty equipment for immediate load ing is fast increasing and, according to the local railroad officials, the time is not far distant when even this heavy movement must be greatly augmented to meet the demand of the mines. All of the mines located in the Coeur d'Alenes are making steady shipmgnts of their products, and are taxing the capacity of the transporta tion company to supply empty cars for loading. The Philipsburg branch, too, is mov ing large quantities of ore from mines along its line, one mine alone, the Bi-Metallic, loading 65 cars last month. Since the first of the year, however, the BI-Metallic and the Hope Mining companies have increased their orders for empty cars, and are now gett...

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. — 25 January 1909

EV.ERYTRING IN 'WIITE 1 The Great White Sale Starts Monday, Jan. 25 This is our annual white sale, and our sale for 1909 will 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 c 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 so many tempting bargains that we shall not attempt to describe them all. We give below only a few of the many price offerings. They all suggest enormous savings and you who have attended our sales in the past know that we do not exaggerate. ý.- Two Live Wire Embroidery Specials Pull width corset cover embroideries; dainty, new uedges in vine and foliage patterns; excellent needlework, giving wearing quality as well as beauty; large range of patterns to choose from. .I4€...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 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 greate.st suit sales that we have ever held. Such new and pretty suits of such well-known quality, at suich uncommon prices, will make this sale * r of the greatest interest to every womanl who can use a suit between now and the beginning * .1 of summer. Whethtr yon need a suit this moment or not, it will repay you to attend this try ;;sale, because the suits involved are late winter mnodels "and desirable for spring, being ' popul r types in sharp, straight line (fftcts and IEmiirei modes. Trimmings, colorings Sand patterns are also in dir·~' t liine wit h adlvance spring styles, for there is no marked change listed for the coming seison. SrV When you have carefully read each item you owill have realized the truly excellent val ues that may ihe had for so little monry, and wht(n suc.hn savings are offered on an entire stock of suits it behoove...

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. — 25 January 1909

]87aiz~LIH ez - ~~l~i I " y4 ;eB S: "k "(L:':4'": :Z :*2 . · :>S'Q ''H: y &o iT.,2. O . Artýý" ý2oRZ.ý J1.!'I.TJ ,ý,,ý' ,t}}ýý`.:':, Vi' ": ax.:>, ILY ý ICiY I· I I EZ4'wue' a-:ra '.:: /.'Y ->7:'8 SHE sea-otter was first introduced t9 the knowledge of scientists through the investigations of Steller, the naturalist, to whose famous treatise, "Do Bestils Marinis," we owe the earliest descriptions of the sea cow, the sea-lion, the fur-seal and the sea-otter. Steller was a member of that last fatal expedition of Vitus Bering which discovered the Commander islands. On November 4, 1741, (old style) the Saint Pete r,returning from the discovery of the mainland of America, passed the southern extremity of Copper island, and, on the following night, landed its sourvey-stricken crew upon Bering isl and. On this repellant shore they were forced in the extremity of their sickness to abide for the winter, bur rowing in holes like beasts and ward ing off the Icy blasts with skins of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 January 1909

WESTERNERS IN EAST ELECT OFFICERS ROCKY MOUNTAIN CLUB OF NEW YORK CHOOSES GOVERNORS OF 1912 CLASS. The annual meeting of the Rocky Mountain club of New York was held at the club rooms in the Waldorf-As toria on January 12. The following were elected governors of the class of 1912: Thomas H. Leggett, the well-known mining engineer. S. W. Eccles, president of the Ne vada & Northern railroad; presildent of the Cumberland Ely Copper com pany and associated with the Guggen heim Exploration company. Major H. C. Davis, banker and mine owner of Washington and Alaska. William J. Palmer, formerly of Butte, Mont., and now a stock broker in New York city. Colvin B. Brown, the New York rep resentative of the California promotion committee, representing the financial and commercial bodies of California in the east. The other members of the board of governors who held over are: John Hays Hammond, the well known mining engineer. William B. Thompson, mine owner and banker. Albert J. Seligman, br...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 January 1909

REILL'S UISSOULA's sQ? Sooui Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit SOc I"H SUSY OORNER Phon* 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 eeeity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammend Sleok Corner Picture Frames at Simons 312 H-ggias Avenue Lace Curtains THE first arrivals are here of our new spring stock of lace curtains. The styles are entirely new and are, we think, the daintiest creations ever shown in these indis pensable adjuncts to an at tractive home. It will afford you pleasure to look over this line. You will find the prices reasonable. J. M.Lucy& Sons OCDAR AND STEVENS Somplete Houe and Offio. Fur nd.ing. 200 Music Folios Instrumental and vocal, for 10 Cents Worth 50c and 75c. McHAFFIE BROS. WANTED Every business man in Mlssou Ia to call nad inspect the EDISON Business Phonograph Use by business men all over the world. ORVIS' MUSIC HOUS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 January 1909

THE WEATHER rwPE rniw OLZ.THE DAILY MISSOULIAN MN VOL. XXXV. NO. 266. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MIORNING, JANUARY 26, 1909. PRICE -"ITh FEDERAL JUDGE HUNT DENIES WRIT OF INJUNCTION SOUGHT BY FARMERS AGAINST THE.WASHOE SMELTEI DECISION IN "SMOKE" CASE IS FAVORABLE TO DEFENDANT Jurist Refuses to Order Reducing Works Closed But Retains Bill of Complaint That Evidence May Be Heard as to Whether or Not a Check on Fumes Should Be Installed. "-That if enjoined as prayed for their smelter must close; that if it does close their business and great property will be practically ruined; that a major part of the sulphide copper ores of Butte cannot be treated elsewhere within this state; that thousands of de fendant's employes will have to be discharged; that the cities of Anaconda and Butte will be injured irreparably by the general effect upon internal commerce and business of all kinds; that professional men, banks, business men, working people, hotels, stores and rail roads will be so vital...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 January 1909

I kdn Rube issoula, Montana. Phone 270 lack Oh qolden Rule's 7he qolden Rule, Missoula, Montana, Phone lack great Muslin Underwear and White qoods Jale Monday and every day this week admirers of high-class Uindermuslin and Wash qoods are invited to come to this store and inspect the most elaborate assortments in these lines we have ever brought out. We have used every resource at our command to make this a truly great sale from the purchaser's view point, our very best has been done to get and give matchless bargains every day of this white sale 4ffll arked at 20 to 33 1-3 Per Cent Reauctions From the Regular Jelling Price Corset Covers Mighegowns Wlhite Petticoats bipeclal Jale of Women's ,Drawers Combination J'uits Corset uccess SNORT .ND LONG Children's Wear Children's undergearments, made of good smooth muslln, thoroughly made; all seams felled and some double stitohed. This assortment will be divided into three gVeat lots and marked at unheard of prices '4during this muslin und...

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. — 26 January 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD RECORD TELEGRAPHI CUTOFF IS FORMALLYIBILGARIAN'S LEAP CIRCUII MESSAGE TRAVELS 7,000 MILES TO REACH A POINT 126 MILES DISTANT. The remarkable telegraphic feat by means of which a message traveled 7,000 miles, or almost one-third of the distance around the earth and passed within three feet of itself at one point in its circuitous route, in order to cir cumvent a flood-blocked, direct span of 126 miles between Butte and The Missoulian office at Missoula, is still causing the telegraph world to marvel. Charles H. Jett, night chief opera tor of the Postal Telegraph-Cable company at Denver, Colo., is writer of an article published in the Telegraph Age, a New York publication de voted to land line telegraphs, sub marine cable interests and radio-tele graphy, in which he says: "During the flood of last June in Montana all railroad communication between Butte and Missoula, Mont., was disrupted for a period of several weeks. The Postal Telegraph-Cable company, and i...

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. — 26 January 1909

*rar Day ilt the Tear. PUBLSHING CO. Iaz We*t lmi treet. Mis Ule aM'.-ca-l mail matter. - USeQRIPTION RATES (t Advanee) one month ............... 0.75 w , three months ............... .256 Msi months ................ 4.00 oe per. .................. .oo o. ne year ...... .. 1.50 +- added for torei~g countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER 8,glmaea Offlee 110 Editorial Rooms S IUSOIRISERS' PAPIRS the M1soutlan is anxious to give ithte beat carrier service. therefore sub soribers are requested to report faulty .-Vlery at once. In ordering paper 4ange.d to new address please give old S., alasO. Money orders and checks liU e b alade payable to The Mis *wglian Publishing Company. t: ,*- It, JANURY , 2. i909, rTem WASHOE CASE. The substance of Judge Hunt's de S..lon in the celebrated Washoe smelt ' er amoke case is that, upon the show al ,made, taere are no grounds upont lawhich an Injunotion can be issued aInlst 'he smelter and that the plain tfltf farmers are not entitled to dam ages. Judge Hunt doe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 January 1909

SURVIVORS ARRIVE IN PORT VICTIMS OF SCHOONER 8OQUEL DISASTER LANDED AT PORT TOWNSEND, WASH. Port Townsend, Wash., Jan. 25.-De tails of the wreck of the American schooner Soquel were brought here with 12 survivors and the bodies of Captain Charles Henningsen's wife and his 3-year-old daughter, by the revenue cutter Manning this after noon. Captain Henningsen said: 'ji was bound in past Cape Flat tery. The approximate location of that point was reached Sunday, Janu ary 17. An observation in order to ascertain our position had been im possible for six days. In a few hours two feet of snow had fallen on our decks. At 8 o'clock the course was changed so as to take us out to sea. We had passed Cape Flattery and were blown onto Vancouver isl and." Captain Henningsen says -the Soquel struck' at 12:30 a. m. Saturday. His wife and children were in bed at the time. Lifeboat lashings were removed and in this Mrs. Henningsen took a po sition beside her husband, the captain holding the child. A l...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 January 1909

EVERYT ING IN WhiiTE The second day of the Big White Sale will be a repetition of the firt. The crowd was here all day buying and they were loud in prises of the offerings. They will be here again today and all this week. Sale of Embroideries Muslin Underwear Values Prices that represent savings of That Will Surprise nearly one-half. Swiss, cambric and nainsook embroideries and inser- MUSLIN SKIRTS tions at nearly one-half, and one Beautiful creations in white skirts which will please at sight. must see the designs and quality to All made good and full with dust ruffles, gathered stitched draw appreciate them fully. bands and in every skirt you will find the best of workmanship. SExtraordinary values at 859. 984, $1.23, $1.98, $.329 35e and 39c grade for 25% a yard $2.9s, $8.39, $a.98, $4.19 and ................. $6.19 20c and 25c grade for 15¢ a yard Muslin Ni ht owns 1520c and 12c grade for 10¢ a yard 12 1-2c and 15c grade for 7? a yard TO PLEASE THE OST CRITICAL. And at prices th...

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. — 26 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. Bush new and pretty suite of such well-known quality, at such uncommon prices, *Pll make th is s ". 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 tLis S* sale, because the suits involved are late winter models and desirable for spring being 1 * popular types in sharp, straight line effects and Empire modes. Trimmings, colorlinp and patterns are also in direct line with advance spring styles, for there is no marke 3 change listed for the coming season. t, When you have carefully read each item you will have realized the truly excellent val Sues that may be had for so little money, and whep such savings are offered on an entire stock of suits it behooves every woman to investi...

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. — 26 January 1909

PimHOUS FEVER,8COURGE ofthe CATTLXYARDS FiA 1t/e&cr ii·· .I~ y'. is ý"; cý'?G· s ýýs r~E'° ý?ý II :y-",.ry, :;' rap +i:"rii :i:r: a~L~s R i CENTLY the United States authorities were called upon to -g~at and defeat aphthous fever, the deadly and dreaded scourge of the cattle ranges and yards. All the tremendous resources of the na tional government were exerted to cut off ia detail the mysterious forces of this unseen, yet remorseless enemy of our greatest single source of na tional wealth; for no other land of production equals in value the output of our livestock industry, including, as it does, over a dozen important branches of.sub and by-products, any of them involving a trade mounting far up in the tens of millions. The livestock trade of the United States in a single year runs close to a billion of dollars, and when all this has been devoured there yet remains an invested capital of over a billion more in the form of actual livestock or products evolved from the varied and...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 January 1909

THE FIRST TO SCALE LOFTY PEAKS DUC D'ABRUZZI HAS HONOR OF EXPLORING WONDERFUL MOUNTAINS IN AFRICA. The latest addition to the mys teries of Darkest Africa which has been solved by modern sclen. tists and explorers is the great snow range of mysterious mountains in the dark continent called the Ruwen zori. This name was given to this vast stretch of snow clad mountains by the first man of the modern world whose eyes rested on them. This was 9ir Henry M. Stanley. The history of the Duke of Abruzzl's famous trip to the heart of Africa and up the snow clad sides of Ruwenzori has been given to the world by the cavalier, Filippo de PFlippi, a name that sounds like a concoction of a fairy tale, yet the brave cavalier is a scientist of con siderable fame. Stanley, in 1901. before the Royal Geographical Society of London, ex plalned the great interest attached to the Ruwenzori mountains and ut tored a wish that some fouture daring explorer should venture to climb these lofty African mountain...

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. — 26 January 1909

REILLY S Three Cans Fancy Table 50c ,THE RUSY OORNER Ph"ne m 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 cessity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Mammend Ileek orner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Lace Curtains T HE first arrivals are here of our new spring stock of lace curtains. The styles are entirely new and are, we think, the daintiest creations ever shown in these indis pensable adjuncts to an at. tractive home. It will afford you pleasure to look over this line. You will find the prices reasonable. J. M. Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS emplete HMose and Offloe Fur nlehings. 200 Music Folios Instrumental and vocal, for 10 Cents Worth 50c and 75c. MciAFFIE BROS. CONCERT Edison Records FOR FEBRUARY TWm Minutes and Four Minutes Tuesday Evening, Jan.26 ORVIS' MUSIC HOUSE Henley & Eigeman . Grocers Seassere to Price A Hanley W...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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