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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 May 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER V .Heklena, Montasa, Friday, iMay I 1908 N.. s7 MOTANA PLAINDEALEI. Week ly by The Montas Pildeater Company. SL BASS .. . EDITOR. $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad Advertising Rates on Application. a.second.class matter April Ii, uthe Post 1ffice at Helena, Montana, the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. al Communications to The Montana riadealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. ROSPERITY II ION !! N UNION THERE IS NGTH. t is to be hoped that the grand ference of the A. M. E. Church ich met at Norfork, early this nth will not in. the natural nt of things have anything to with Brownsville. OULD SEND A COLORED ALTERNATE he Republican convention ich meets at Butte on the 14th t., should by all means give ir loyal ally, the colored voter, ition, and it would be the -nently and proper thing for convention to at least give one of the alternates to the blican National Convention. here are more than 1000 ne voters in this state, 95 per ob which have been loyal at...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 May 1908

TOWN LTSi'LP fL[ SLIDE HITS QUEEC VII.LAGE WI1 FAT A. RESULTS. Thirty of the Population of Notre D,.me de SaIette Known to Have Perished - Those Who Escaped Were Found Panic Stricken and Pre:;; :ing to Leave. I InLil-t hoeAririrt (if Nin 11:l!1ý ii,- f'i ni i Ilansl(.t of SNin-t la!,i i :11 i, !t, . Ic Il ~ 1("ý Iron11 11,1- oL :1 I -, rAidi ritns ii -itu at li:,.ti. l j141 o I r!!ai II nI, hi , :Ht arc ' i.'li i iiiltrjii turart.-. iririrj1w. far III liar b- 111d i t . d f, - uý . '\ rai s f or d - .: s hav( li'i n ini r ring -.ii ow :1(l ('' 0L1 ihii jroii~iiiiii'iit" nd **i atllis hi-t:c twuii ri'~rlrs.r ('iri) lin t tihe rlvr. At. SurIdli i, iii ii lug, just as the little ii~trilr-t Ii' anr toi :sir for ar~ni-y iiiUnii r,:il o,1 thii iuinlairiiitii '!liii- t sli dIit low-ri-(i Ii(' ti'., r. IL nore a rath of dit nh andi li--I i-il-i in its ii way and tiris-" who a.i iii at!~ LIP-i who" thtir l~iii, -(Ii i-i rig ii,' ii i-i-.. lilt bul h'' 1111d l. i is . - of irr'Ic n ~ ~t arl I...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 May 1908

All. Humors ire matters whihh the skin, liver, rdneYs9 s ul other organs canrlot take care a d Fithotlt he'1p . rimples blils, eczema and other erup- l n loss of appetite, that tired feeling, bilious turn, fits of indigestion, dull head. abesand many other troubles are due to t a.. They are removed by Hood's Sarsaparilla In usual liquid form or in chocolated iabetsknow i as frfatabs. lOOdoses$1. fi Drainage a [ , ,:.i 1 ,, n i l d;" 1 I ' lu tll "l ' 1! .st; a . -. the :ig ,st rat f h.:, .- " It w ill in. o Irol' lrt ly ti, fld. Ou f. l i..I t tl:; about it. C(i " t' t t' r and but C IAt:" diret't froai as, tal ! Ii '.! (l ' of our cut pri les ant Denny Renton Clay & Coal Co., Iwtmau IBldg., Seattle. Ask for l! l,'I Crackers an'd let the best. NOT M '\H!: !Y T!HE TRUST , ·- -- No. IF' tlollu-l ltt, r Is being 'mnip rtet into ( ip'!i· , .. ld :at 15 c. .it I nite' Stotws . 1 a li'-ati. 'hithe- the Citil'a. -ro I~. " aT . nln a t ý.in I . . .MALARIA l iMalaria ) >; (Ine to im...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 1 May 1908

LOGALS Trade with the Helena Packing Company. Mr. W. C. Rose was a very wel come visitor in the city this week, he has been abseit fsom his home' for so long that it was like old times to see him around. ile has a big contract at Taft `Mont. hauliing frei ght which will last until September after which he is contemplating go ing on another contract over in Canada. Dave Knott is over from Great Falls on a visit. Mr. Chas. Denwiddie is a new arrival in the city from Colorada Springs, He is a paper hanger and painter by trade and will make this his future home. Mr. Wm. Knott of Topeka Kan. TA arrived in the city Tuesday morn- b ing, Mr. Knott is a Tenor Singer A and comes to take part in one of N our local quartettes. S The Colored Band is making ex cellent progress and in no far dis tant time will be ready to play in public. Mrs. D. H. Harris is reported on the sick list. at H. C. Simmons is now a full fled 2 ged West Side Park Tender. ev Mrs. J. B. Bass will take an exten ded trip in...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 May 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER S_ Helena, Montana, Fviliq, May g90o8 NO.. 28 -pblItr uWeekly by The Monm tua ilainldetler Comnpany. S!: Iss .... .EDITOR. _,bsriptn, 1 $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad ivace. \ !vetiSing Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 12, 6ob, at th' P',st Ollice at Helena, Montana, ,Ider the A, t of Congress of March 3, 1879. Addre a'll (',nrnminicalions to The Montana I airlealer, 19 South Main Street, Helena. Montana. PEACE! PROSPE'RITY !! UNION!!! i= "4. - IN UNIO)N T'HERE IS STRENG III. 'l'hc illmerial order of \Wind Jammier, tef n years stanuing in ,\I11 l al:t ha\ve' albout deci(de'l that the inignua of their ,)rlei shall Ie a Ilack suit ,f clothes, s, all c lorc l lretlCicrn are warned to Ie car(.ful not to wear V bla. suits or t, jail they g for hi, enoriltl'ii iflenise again- t Cociety. f Elk. il 1hi. i ty :eekiin a li: le chll,,t, n ItI. tc \ ;. i the exlp : -. f the c ,lired race. who pirlui.t hem fr ll l), C onllit1 g illel lllersý ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 May 1908

FLEETSAREATFRISEO FORTY-SIX BATTLERS FORMED UNE IN TIE BAY. All Vessels of Pacific Fleet Joined Those of Atlantic and Made Grand est Review Ever Held in History of Nation-Every Kind of Fighting Craft in Procession. The entry of the great Atlantic fleet through the Golden Gate into Ban Francisco bay provided for the most formidable and picturesque naval display in the history of the nation. All the vessels of the Pacific fleet joined the Atlantic battleships outside the Golden Gate and steamed with them through the harbor entrance to the anchorage in the bay, where the review of the navy was held. Prac tically the entire fighting force of the navy, with the exception of a few new ly commissioned ships in the east and a few gunboats in Philippine waters, was in the great column of white and buff vessels that threaded their way between the headlands of the gateway -Point Bonito on the north and Point Lobos on the south. Forty-six vessels were in line and tihe long column stretched as f...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 May 1908

Pacific Coast Is Wild with excitement Over Kohler& Chase's $100,o0o.oo CONTEST With a $3,000 Weber Art Grand piano, 14 other pianos and players, a fine 40-acre farm, and many other val uable prizes, the temptation is too great: and those who never before have been interested in contests of this kind, are entering in this great voting contest. Soume of the prizes are as follows: Lot in Huntington Park, San Fran cisco; 29 scholarships, including plumbing, electrical, plastering school, Wilson's Modern Business college, the largest and best equipped business college in the Northwest; 10 two weeks' outings at the most oelebrated hot springs on the Coast: 150 violin outfits worth $50.00 each; 100 talking machines worth $35.00 each, and many other valuable prizes aggregating over 2,000 individual prizes to over 2,000 persons, valued at $100,000. The above mentioned 40-acre farm is to be given to the contestant hav ing the greatest number of votes on May 5. 1908, at midnight. Write con...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 15 May 1908

Trade with the thle naI Pnckin Company. J. D. Yancey was over from Butte Wednesday as a witness for W. R Holland. Mrs. Cole and sister Mrs. Ilarri: left Wednesday for Watertown N. Y. on a visit to their husbands who are members of the 24th Inft. The Minister. Institute meets in Great Falls next Wednesday. Presiding Elder Hubbard is in Helena this week where he held quarterly conference. TE1 BRIGHT STARS BREAK THE REIORD. Well can they be called shooting stars as their report came as a sh,,t from a cannon 157. So- Did you ever here of 12 womoen raising that much money at once? Mr. Lock ey & Co. donated them the use ol their building on 6 Ave and Allen St. And the exhibit made by these ladies was indeed a credit not only to the Bright Stars but to the en tire community of women, Mrs. Elenorah Johnson Pres. of the Club held the banner high. She sparred no time in assisting Mrs. Osborne to make a grand down town show All of the Bright Stars labored in some way to make this affair a ...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 May 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALE' Helena, Montana, Friday, May =) 1908 N&. 2p TA PIAINDEALEB.. Weekly by The Montana Pledealer Compalny. BASS, . EDITOR. $2.oo per year, Strictly in Ad. Advertising Rates on Application. as second.class matter April 12, s* F post Office at Helena, Montana, its Act of Congrefs of March 3, 1879. al Commut'cations to The Montana Vhladsaler. 19 South Main Street, Helena, Montana. FEACE! ?RO8PERITY I! UNION It IN UNION THERE IS NGTH. AFRAID OF HIS HORSE Evxidently aftel all judge ments fearedCle111Ce1ts feared brig upon himself the wroth three or four hundred Elks in city the being one of them), arbitarily refused to rule on legal questions involved, al gh he stated that it was his ief that the law was clearly legislation and therefore null and void. ounty Attorney, I eywood all along been perfectly frank the premises and was willing a ruling on the constttution y of the same, he has simply ormted his duty in presecuting case, andl he has done all in power for a...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 May 1908

HUSBAND WASIRUEL SO DAUGHTER OF MAYOR TOM JOHNSON WANTS DIVORCE. Was Married to F. Mariana March, 1907-She Wants Custody of Their 5 Months Old Girl-She Lives With Parents and He in New York-Only Lived With Him Few Months. Elizabeth Flournoy Mariani, better known as Biessie Johnson. daughter of Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland. has filed suit for divorce against Frederico Mariani, the Italian, whom she married in her father's home. Mariani is accused of abandonment, gross neglect and extreme cruelty. Mrs. Mariani asks an absolute di vorce, alimony and custody of their baby, Margaret Evelyn, 5 months old. On this point at least, it ia reported, Mariani will evince strong opposition, and will utilize such rights as he can, being a citizen of Italy. After an acquaintanceship in the east and a courtship in which like sympathies in music and drama played their part. Mariani, a scion of an old artistocratic European family, came to Cleveland and married BIessie on March 23, 1917. The wedding...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 May 1908

What is Pc-ru-na? Is it a Gatarrh Remedy, or a Tonic, or is it Both? Some people call Peruna a great tonic. Others refer to Perna as a great catarrh remedy. Which of these people are rightt Is it more proper to call Peruna a ca tarrh remedy than to call it a tonic? Our reply is, that Peruna is both a tonic and a catarrh remedy. Indeed, there can be ns effectual catarrh remedy that is not also a tonic. In order to thoroughly relieve any cave of catarrh, a remedy must act only have a speolso action on the mucous membranes affected by the oatarrh, but it must have a general tonic action on the nervous system. Catarrk, even in persons who are otherwise strong, is a weakened coadi. tion of some mucous membrane. There must be something to strengthen the circulation, to give tone to the arteries, and to raise the vital forces. Perhaps no vegetable remedy in the world has attracted so much atteutisa from medical writers as HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS. The wonderful of this herb has been recognized...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 29 May 1908

loll bade with the Helena Packing Compaay. The >ºsy Bees met at the resid ceot of Mrs. Ed. Johnson 212 S. E wiag last Thursday eve. and .ejoy able time is reported. lest weeks literary was an exce Jent one, the debate created quite a1 interest. Charley Cole has goae to Great Falls. The Dresaland quartette canuto greif is short order. A few of the elect gave a cose aorporadie party on the east side last wesk. Jac alley still has a very oai ie sNeord sad they go andeetme S'comie out the way that they gso . Mr- Wa. odsks who has been am Me sick list for thepast *ak is mm The slem del es to b O Jitý-iltforts r to K oe i~ ~~IUWS~ Owedv.wd h ýy80 , ter The Plaiadealer will issue is j few weeks isgrand souviner editiot itwi-be a thing of beauty and joy iosver The band boys are eager to gel to the point where they can coma out and play in public and are wor king hard to that end. Mrs. Clarinda Howard has sued Jaumes Hloward for absolute divorce she allegs desertion as the cause. The Stag...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 June 1908

THE MONTANA PLAINDEALER V IA Helena, Montana, Friday, 'AiA4J_ N.. 00 pebtiheId Wrekly by The Montana plalndeater Compansy. J BASS, . . . EDITOR. 5bateriptiun $2.00 per year, Strictly in Ad 5nce. Advertising Rates on Application. Entered as second-class matter April 92, , a the Post Office at Helena, Montana, ,oder the Act of Congress of March 3, 1879. Addeess all Communications to The Montana Plaindealer, 99 Scuth Main Street. Helens, Montana. PEACE ! PROSPERITY I! UNION I1I IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH. *\n'luIw it is better to mind yutir oi int business, Iove your fello im"ln, and cease transgress ing. Republicanism means oppor tunity to a great many of us, de mocracy fallacies nican destruct ion to the entire country. It is never a good principle to meddle in anything and besides it shows a very tough disposition even, alto it may he garnished a1n tilsled. Remember it is the church and he doctrines for which it stands hat condemed us to adecent re suceed us in another century of va...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 26 June 1908

Trade with the Helena Packing Company. T'Ihe band bays did themselves and the race a credit on aInst Fri day evening when they asetnflll o in Byrd Lodge Hall, and enter tained axboutt seventy-five guests with a number of choice select ions and serving a delicious sup per which was enjoyed by all. JB. . Bass, editor of this paper left Sunday afternoxn for Des Moines, to attend the Western 1ts Association, after which he will visit his old. home inTopeka, and thence to Chicago, to atend the big meet, the entire staff wish him a pleasant trip. \11iýý .11annie \\ altont iý nt ing in ltitte. NI1iss litler. a ld NIrs. Fii terx of Butte are the guest. of Nlr and NIrs. Rev. \\. ( )h.lu ae. NIr. kd. (;lean. wi lihas been (n the sick li-t. is able t( be aruundl again. Mliss linnie Jhlinsuin and N1im BIutler tried to make a rece rd fir themselves Ioindal by toying Nit I lelena, now NIinnie .any walking is disagreeable. \I r. C, I. Nlason arrived \\ed nesday from NIobile, Ala. Mr. Martin left l...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 July 1908

TUE?4NTA PAINDE - Vet:' Hs~mdM ~ 4y 17 I9Gt.~; Vol aiit¶'s PIAVIW II Iý i'hm- ..._ T I TUB , UUI8!t IsM1fLlt1Ih ,blIaIed W.4b1V o rLb TMone" Ig BASS. . 3DMfOR. gbycription P.zoo. 1,jw. SWeud M Ad. ,c.AdvEShtk Raas M A.Ihaaioa. Satered as goa.4. -ro Apri as, 14at the po~0Sst em" #t , Mastsb., seder the Act of CS 0 Yc Ib h 3.579. £dd"S'11 C..SPI Me-lb. Metamma plaindeall'. Nb Eul Sweet, Hdm, Msmmu PEACE! PROSPERITY II UNION 111 IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH. FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES i iliamlH. Taft Of Ohio FOR VICE PRESIDEN T JAMES S. SHERMAM Of' Neer York It looks lik. Tda sd Sheaman win a walk. childiw* - at Qulu a u mmWhfch is among th fousmost in Country and alldeptrtment3 spedal inducSUntS for the ' of ar youth. rom anu aoemlG and ll other the Sig We will subserve their own intercat and of their country by giving Sirupport to the rpblican tick Editor J.L. Thompon of the Iowa der is enttled to much credit the creditable manner in he arranged for the Annual meeting everyting...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 July 1908

NEWS OF THE WORKL StliT ISPATI;ES FROM ALL PFATS OF TIE GLOBE A Review of Happenings in Both Eastern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Histerloal, Political and Personal Events. Cholera has broken out among the troops at Camp Gregg, near Manila. Three scouts and one civilian have died from the disease, and the camp has been placed under quarantine reg alations. Lieutenant Jones of the First cavalry and Lieutenant Muldoon of the Philippine scouts have been stricken. William Ellis Corey and his beauti ful wife, Mabelle Gilman, have forced the doors of aristocratic society an have dined with princes and royal dukes, says a special from Paris. By a vote of 20 to 14 the senate de feated the state referendum prohibi tion bill. This probably will end the fight for prohibition in Louisiana at this session. A similar measure was recently defeated in the house. In the last few weeks Stuyvesant Fish, former president of the Illinois Central, is said to have sold approxi ma...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 July 1908

MINES AND MINING. New York.-Lead quiet, $4.471/2a( 4.5... Lake copper dull, 12/@12.c. Silver, 6t3%c. The appointment of P. F. Roosa as manager of the Dominion Copper conm pantl S mills and smelter near Gree!. wood, IB. C., has been made. (Ile of the largest ore bodies ever opened in the state of Washington has biCee encountered in the property of the LIakeview Mining company, located in the Oroville camlp, where a long' crosscut tunnel bha cut through a g,,id-copper ledge, which has been demonstrated to be 75 feet in width. 'The ore encountered is of a high grade, minst of it of clean shipping quality, containing high values in gold and coliper. A permanent branch of the Amer ican Mining congress has been organ ized in Spokane, entirely separate from the Stopers of the World. The purpose of the congress is the further ancte of mining interests in the field and legislative hallb. What is thought to be the most val uable carload of ore yet sent from the south Rossland belt has been s...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Montana plaindealer. — 17 July 1908

Trade with tl I lhelena l'acking Compa.ny. Mis., Vera Simmons is now ser ving as an apprentice in this offic having taken the first degsee work, of the Printers trade. And before long expects to be a full fledged compositor. Mrs. Mamie Walton Jacobs who stole a march on all her acquaintances and got married in Butte came over from Butte and visited her parents and friends dur ing the Carnival. Mrs. Geo.M.l.ee and Mrs. Will Mason left Friday foxr an extended visit in the east, they expect to be gone untill the latter part of Sept Mrs. I.ee will her Sister in ChicAo md Mrs- Mason will visit her rel latives in St. Joseph Mo. Mrs,William Walker of Bozeman visited Mrs. C.E.Meevoy during the Carnival, while here She wAs royally entertained by her friends A swell dinner was tendered het at Waltons hostelery and she en oyed her trip to the utmost. The Helena Colored band of which much has been written about in these columns made their first ap pearance in public on last Satur day at the big...

Publication Title: Montana Plaindealer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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