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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 January 1909

THE WEATHER PEOPLE THIRK Tomorrow- THE DAILY MISSOULIANN JA R VOL. XXXV. NO. 267. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 27, 1909. PRICE FIVB 08II 5% DONLAN'S BILL IS PRESSED FORWARD ACT FOR DIRECT ELECTION OF SENATORS RECOMMENDED FOR PASSAGE. MEASURE CAUSES DEBATE Residents of Carter Petition Legisla. ture to Change Boundary Line 8o as to Add Town to Missoula County -Derry of Missoula Gives Notice of Bill Authorizing This Change. Special to The Daily Missoullan. Helena, Jan. 26.-As the house pushed the democratic primary bill a stage ahead in that body last week, so the senate in committee of the whole today advanced the Donlan bill fer the expression of the popular choice for United States senator, by a strict party vote. The bill came up late this afternoon, and Senator Long of Flathead took occasion to make a long political speech in opposition to it. The debate was opened by Meyer, and Long fol lowed. The latter wanted to prolong * the debate, but the majority would not ...

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. — 27 January 1909

$50.o Cash hanace $16.00 Per Month For four beautiful lots, 120x130 foot corner, on North side, near water main and will be near the car line. Here Iu a bargain for these lots are offered much less than their market value and their location as to water and oar service will make them increase in value very rapidly. THE WEATiHEB The warm glow of the sunshine yes terday was suggestive of a season more nearly akin to slpring than mid winter. The observations for the day are as follows: Maximum .................44 Minimum ............. ....30 At 6 a, m. Thermometer .................35 Darometer ...............26:80 At 6 p. m. Thermometer ................85 Barometer .............26:80 Ught northeast wind. MEETS WITH ACCIDENT. Miss Florence Thompson, who sprained her ankle last Friday night at the roller rink, is able to be out to day for the first time since the acci dent. Miss Thompson, who is an ex pert skater, was doing some fancy I turns on the roller skates when she t slipped and fe...

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. — 27 January 1909

DONLAN BILL IN ITS AMENDED FORM WILL BE SENT TO THE LOWER HOUSE The Measure Which Has Received the Republican Indorse ment and Which Is Expected to Meet Opposition From the Democratic House Majority Has None of the Objec tionable Features of the Oregon Law. Helena, Jan. 26.-In its amended form, as it will go from the senate to the house, the Donlan bill for the pri mary nomination of United States sen ators is as follows: At all general elections next preced ing the election of a senator in con gress by the legislative assembly of the state of Montana, there shall be placed upon the official ballots by every county clerk the names of all candidates for the office of senator in congress that have been certified to the county clerks as hereinafter pro vided. Any elector of the state of Montana, qualified for the office of senator in congress, who desires to become a candidate for such office, may file in the office of the secretary of state, not more than 90 nor less than 30 days prec...

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. — 27 January 1909

i MISBOTTLIAN Dy ti the Year. A >aLrteING CO. ad 141 West Main Street, Mis souls, Montana. l _re at the postoffice at Missoula, woa , as secono-olass mall matter. 41Uo$RIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) oae moath ................ $0.71 three months ............... 2.25 a s months ................. 4.00 ty, one year ................ 8.00 ekly, one yar ..............1.50 added for forlign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER tamasea Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBICRIBERS' PAPERS 'he Miasoflan is anxious to give Mn baet catrler service; therefore sub are requested to report faulty vMerl y at once. In ordering paper I!banged to new address please give old tzdraes also. Money orders and checks Ihoumd be made payable to The Mis (lmllan Publishing Company. WEDNEIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1909. 'AN ANNIVERSARY SENTIMENT. "L thank God, that if I am gifted with little of the spirit which is able to raise mortals to the skies, I have Sat none, I trust, of that other spirit which would drag angels down." these words ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 January 1909

IRRESISTIBLE Like a snow bank in a chinook- that's how our supply of those 190-page fashion books melted away yesterday. So great was the demand for the Spring Quarterly STYLE BOOK ILLUSTRATING THE Ladies' Home Journal Patterns that the number left for today's selling will fall far short of going around, so make sure of your copy by coming early-- early. It's a Wonderful Value Here's a book that has no equal in the fashion world; it is bigger and bett, r, many times, than any other, so large that it requires 13c postage to bring it through the mail. It is la' i-hly g.,tten up, with full pages in color and half tone, thousands of illustrations and no end of authorita tive information on the suhject of IDresa for women and children. We sell it at ouur Pattern C ,unter for 20c and with it give FREE any 15c pat. tern the customer may select, either now or 5 later, bringing the cost of the book down to Missoula Mercantile Company DONLAN'S BILL IS PRESSED FORWARD (Continued From Page One....

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. — 27 January 1909

EVERYITHING IN WIITE The third' day of the Big White Sale will be a repetition of the first. The crowd was here all day buying and they were loud in praises 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. Extraordinary values at 59*, 984, $1.23, $1.98, $2.29 35e and 39c grade for 25¢ a yard $2.9s, $3.29,. $s.98, $4.19 and ...... ...... 6e.29 20c and 25c grade for 15 a yard Muslin Nihtgown 15c and 18c grade for 10¢ a yard 12 1-2c and 15c grade for 7T a yard TO PLEASE THE OST CRITICAL. White Waisti And at pr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 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 male i of the greatest interest to every woman who can use a suit between now and the beginning of summer. Whether you need a suit this moment or not, it will repay you to attend tis Ssale, because the suits involved are late winter models and desirable for spring, being " * popular types in sharp, straight line effects and Empire modes. Trimmings, coloring and patterns are also in direct line with advance spring styles. for there is no marked change listed for the coining season. When you have carefully read each item you will have realized the truly excellent val dj ues that may be had for so little money, and when sucih savings are offered on an entire stock of suits it behooves every woman to investigate ...

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. — 27 January 1909

bILItoS IN VESTED, CAPITAL PUNISH MENT II LIVESTOCK WONDERFUL IH4WING blADE BY THE FIGURES PREPARED BY AGRICULTURAL EXPERT. OMhI iU' SL. I.-I-he livestock now on 4 e4ca farmna has the stupen ouas value of $4,$80,000,000, according to Mi edtimatq of the crop expert, B. W. (IoqW, in his annual review in the Orange Judd Farmer of this city. During the last year there has been a shritkatge in Value of sheep and hogs, but a net galn in this form of agri eultural wealth amounting to $137, 196,000. or about as much as the an nual contribution to national wealth ftri t.ftt.tobus enetls. This report, based upon returns from every county in the country, carefully tabulated, gives empheAtic evidence of the general return ot prosperity for the country as a whole. Not only has there bcen dur ing the past yr an increase in the value pet f or most classes of live stock, but also an increase in the number of animals so owned in all classes except cattle other than milch cows abd hogs. This showing ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 January 1909

LITTLE PAUPERISM IN HAWAII CONDITIONS IN ISLAND TERRI; TORY ARE NOT FAVORABLE FOR ITS DEVELOPMENT. Honolulu, Jan. 26.-The absence of beggars or any kind of mendicants upon the streets of Honolulu is one of the things which is always remarked with surprise by strangers who have traveled to any extent, especially out side of the United States. Although in the population of some 45,000 souls, made up of races of almost every color on earth, there are many poor persons, it is a rare thing to find one begging from door to door, or asking alms in the streets. Occasionally a specimen of the genus hobo drifts in on some of the vessels from the out side world in the guise of a sailor, and becomes a conspicuous object on the streets for a few days, but the visitor may be practically certain, should he chance to have an appeal made to him for assistance, that the solicitor is not a resident of the city. The native Hawaiians are rarely beggars in any sense. They are gen erous to a fault, but ha...

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. — 27 January 1909

IOLLY'S eou(sL A ser em ooUy Buy Groceries Here Where quality reigns supreme where rapid selling makes stale goods out of the question-where atoes are always most reasonable and where clerks take real delight In plual you. Eton Hall We still the Agents here-we bhae the exclusive sale for Mis sewia. Startling announcement in a few days to interest you. Pound ...................4....O 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 esuity to any one who has ever used them. 15e pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Slook Corner To Get Pare Drugs You would go to a drug store. To get the Best Paint go to a paint store. We do not keep drugs, but we do keep Paint Try our free prescription for your paint trouble. SIMONS Paint au Paper Bouse 312 HIggins Ave. Lace Curtains T HE first arrivals are here of our new spring stock of lace curtains. The styles are entirely new...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 January 1909

THEV WEATHR THPROPR E PSC V Today-artly cxl. OU UPI PIVE O VOL. XXXV. NO. 268. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TIIURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1909. PRICEi i FEDERAL LAND POLICY MAY PRECIPITATE FIGHT Stockmen Differ Widely on the Subject of Gov ernment Control of the Public Domain. MOON ARGUES AGAINST INDORSING PRESENT PLAN Appears Before Committee and Submits Several Resolutions Denouncing Regime Now in Force--Matter WilL Probably Be Threshed Out on Floor of the Convention Today. Los Angeles, Jan. 27.-The American National Livestock association listened today to a series of addresses upon a variety of important subjects, in con nection with the industry and ad journed tonight, awaiting the report of the committee on resolutions, which will be made to the convention at 10 o'clock tomorrow. The entire two days' sessions have been in complete harmony, but it is expected that the question of the adoption of the resolu tions will bring a contest on the subject of indorsing federal control of the publ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 January 1909

I'DO IT ,NOW! Not Tomorrow FOR TOMORROW IT WILL BE SOLD. THIS BEAU TIFUL HOME WILL SURELY BE SOLD TODAY, NOT TO|MORROW. THERE ARE ENOUGH PEOPLE IN MISSOULA LOOKING TO PICK UP SUCH HOME BARGAINS AS THIS THAT ONE AD IS ALL THAT IS REQUIRED TO SELL A SNAP LIKE THIIS: I am offering you this morning without doubt the best bargain in a home that is on the market. A new thor oughly modern beautiful 4-room house, bath, closet, pan try, large hall, splendid cellar, new furnace, new range all coanected; two large porches; everything new and first cllss; electric lights, telephone, everything modern, handy and new; two beautiful lots on corner; fine lawn, trees and good outbuildings; will be right on the car line on the east side. This home is well well worth $3,000. It can't be duplicated for less than $2,400 and the lots would be cheap at $800, and for 48 hours I am authorized to sell it for $2,500 on terms of $1,500 cash and $1,000 in one year at 8 per cent interest. The range, linoleums, l...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 January 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD RAILROADS POPULAJE CITIES SUBU'RBAN TRAFFIC TO BUSINESS CENTERS 18 OF IMMENSE PROPORTIONS. In the early morning the train shed gives first sign of the new-born day. Before the dawn is well upon the city the great area that run into those dis tant vistas in wonderful symmetries are hissing and alight, and the first of 600 incoming trains is feeling its way into the gloom of the shed. Some few trains have started out with the early mails and the morning papers, but the great rush into town is yet to begin. Even before dawn a thousand little homes without the city have been awake and fretful. The gray fogs of the night lie low and lights begin to twinkle, lines of shuffling figures find their way to the nearest railroad sta tion. It is very early morning when these begin to pass through the gates. From the broad concourse at the head of the train shed the day, as seen across the tracks, is still struggling with the fog that rests across the yards without. The ...

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. — 28 January 1909

DA*MYMSSOU hbsU.v "every Day in the 'eae. I u N PUBLIB ING CO. r at West Main. Street, Mi pdo l, Montag. t p iweae at Mussea. ae s cihass mail matter. one month ................10.8t i . thre months ............ 2.25 y, lt months ................. 4.00 one year ................ 8.00 one year ................. 1.60 added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER "o a Office 10O Editorial Rooms * i 0MB RItERW PAPERS Th isulian is anxiulous to give be bat osarie servioe; therefore sub b aarb requested to report faulty vrat once. In ordering paper to new address please give old also. Money orders and checks eI44 be made payable to The Mis J PEli n ?ublishing Company. Ek UR1MAY, JANUARY 28, 1903. WIPED OUT. Testerday's vote of the national home of representatives was unani mans in support of the proposition to temove the speech of Willett of New York from the official records. The lotion was well advised; nowhere In the oountry did the vituperative New Torker find an indorsement of his Pos...

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. — 28 January 1909

WIRELESS OPERATOR A HERO MAN WHO SENT MESSAGES AP. PEALING FOR HELP FOR RE PUBLIC, REMAINS SILENT. New York, Jan. 27.-With the sur vivors from the steamships Republic and Florida quartered in hotels throughout the city or with friends or relatives, with the Florida in port and the Republic under 40 odd fathoms of water south of Nantucket, Saturday's disaster has practically passed into history. Although many little details and interesting points yet remain to be cleared, technical instruction of salvage and of responsibility are the principal problems which remain un settled. The wreck, barring a few minor criticisms will be regarded as one of the most picturesque and at the same time, admirably handled in history. Captain Sealby and 41 officers of the Republic who arrived last night on the derelict destroyer Seneca, are yet to be heard from but a statement from Captain Sealby is expected to day. It has been noted with interest that J. B. Binns, familiarly known as "Jack," the Repub...

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. — 28 January 1909

Don't Forget The Big White Goods Sale at the Martin Co. Great Savings on All Muslin Underwear, Laces and Embroideries Sale Lasts All Week. The Martin Co. PRICES ON STOCKS ADVANCE LIGHT BUYING HAS EFFECT OF STIRRING UP MARKET IN SOME QUARTERS. New York, Jan. 28.-Prices of stocks were lifted in various quarters today. The dealings were not active at any time, but the demand was unsettled by the various reports of railroad deals, and the offerings were so incon siderable that light buying sufficed to afake an impression on prices. The plethoric condition of the money mar ket relieved the holders of stocks from any pressure in securing financial re sources. Interest rates are declining. The interior keeps cup an abundance of shipments to this center, for which no employment is found at home. New York trust companies are pre pared to comply with the 15 per cent reserve requirement, which goes into effect on February 1, compared with the 10 per cent cash reserve now hold, and these instit...

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. — 28 January 1909

PIANS TO ABOLISH BUREAUS NEWBERRY EXPLAINS SCHEME FOR REORGANIZATION OF UNITED STATES NAVY. Washington, Jan. 27.-Secretary Newberry today made public an elab orate explanation of his plan for reor ganization of the navy department, which recently received the unanimous approval of a body of men who hqve been ,prominent in naval affairs, called together at the direction of the presi dent. The essential features contem plate the abolishment of the bureau system at the navy yards, to the end that unnecessary work may be avoid ed and simpler methods of adminis tration prevail, the enlargement or the general board of the navy and the re organization of the board on construc tion so that there may be more com plete co-ordination in the work of the navy department and more general representation on these important boards. To develop the usefulness and activities of the general board by rearranging its membership is desir able, Mr. Newberry says. He proposes that it consist of the admiral o...

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. — 28 January 1909

j .: 4 4.. Zo mc9T Rc~'CLIre~m ",ý toJ;" ; 'UJ .ILEG the American merchant marine has dwindled greatly during the past decade, and While the stars and stripes is an un famillar ensign on the taffrails of hlips that plow the seven seas, there ,as been a steady Increase in the -umber of craft In our coastwise fleet -nd thousands of vessels, ranging from small 10-ton sloops to 6,000-ton steamers, ply along the shores of the 4itlantic and Pacific oceans, to say 4lothlng of the Gulf of Mexico. Of all maritime business, there Is tone that equals in extent of in the lumber of veessels employed that of he terapsportatlon of soft or bitumi ous coal.' lgagsed. ftr this phase of coastwise olnem.roe are about 400 vessels, the )afority of *Wiich are schooners and ar... and they go to and fro like huttls in a loom weaving the cloth f :dohimerce' and industry. Now and 4hen, as. though It were the breaking f a thread, a barge or a schooner is bst, but for every one that is claimed y the sea there i...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 January 1909

Daily Puzzle 0 Always room for one more. Fino one more. Anawer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Right side down, in skirt. AOne of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you ~~,, ,,,, GET YOUR ANSWERS.. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: C.-Two. M. G.-Two. Y.-Three. D. S.-One. C. W.-Three. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE TO buy a thoroughly modern 4-room cottage and bath; furnace, range, lin oleums and small incidentals in cluded; immediate possession. See Stoddard & Price for particulars. FOR SALE-FOUR LOTS IN BLOCK 84, South Missoula addition; five room house, cellar, barn, henhouse, coalshed; all fenced; water in yard; price $8,600: $1,500 cash, balance on time; worth investigating. Robert E. Dinkins, room 7,' Allen block. GENUINE BARGAIN-NEW, MOD ern house, large parlor 16x19 feet; fine 60-foot corner lot; cement walks, lawn, trees and large cellar; new range and carpets: all for $1,800, half cash: also another house for $1...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 January 1909

t .y Groceries Here br quality reigns suprme where rapid selntnlg makes stale out of the question-where are always most reasonable a wheMre loerks take real delight l ptasing you. arrlngton Hall n' still the Agents her--we be the exclusive sale for Mis soues. Startling announcement In a eW days to Interest you. Pound ................... 4o0 THM BUlY CORNER Phone 9 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. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Blook Comer To Get Pure Drugs YTo would go to a drug store. To Net the Best Paint go to a paint store. We do not keep drgur, but we do keep Paint Try our free prescription for your paint trouble. SIMONS Paint and Paper House 312 HiggIns Ave. 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...

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