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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

THETHE WEATHERAILY MISSOU PLIAN PE Tod-ludy; warmerV Oa2 1. Mt. lOL oorw1o oI V VpL. XXXV. NOS 271. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1909. PRIC3 FIVE STORM AND tIRES CAUSE' SUFFERING AND LOSSES Blizzard Swoops Down Upon East and South Where the Homeless Shiver in Its Icy Grip. FLAMES, FANNED BY WIND, DESTROY MANY HOMES Town of Nowata, Oklahoma Is Almost Wiped Out of Exist. ence by Conflagration Which Firemen Are Unable to Combat Because of Intense Cold---Tene ments Burn in Brooklyn, N. Y. New York, Jan. 30.--Tle center of the western blizssard reached this city today. Accompanied by a high west wind, a heavy fall of wet snow suc ceeding a rair,iall throughout last night filned the streets with slush which threatened to delay all city transportation, except the subway;, frequent accidents to pedestrians were reported. With the front windows of the street cars thickly coated, motor men were unable to see pedestrians dodging across the streets and slip pery crossings and ...

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. — 31 January 1909

One Hundred Dollar LOTS In South Missoula I have the only lots left itn ilouth ]Miaeoula offered at 1100 each, on the easy terms of $10 cash and $5 per month. The street car line lrig to Fort Missoula is re to ran near these lots and then these lots will bring 00 each. Why not take a chance? Everybody else is making easy money invest itig in South Missoula lots, why not you? They are go. lng fast and will soon be all gone. YO1iG HOSPITAL IURSE DIES AT FAMILY HOME Miss Emily Ada Price, aged 22 years, died luast night at the home of her 'parents at 9 o'clock. Death was cauged by dilatation of the heart, and came as the culmination of an illness wblok lasted exactly a month. She bad been ill with typhoid fever, and only last night at 5 o'clock the attend ing physicians had pronounced the fever gone, althbugh they knew at the •time that the heart action was bad. * Miss Price had been employed, up to the time of her illness, as a nurse at St. Patrick's hospital, and was known as a capabl...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

See Other Ads See Other Ads on on Pages 4 and 5 Pages 4 and i Great Clearance Sale of Shoes To be well shod is important, whatever good shoes may cost. It's unwise to take risks, from the health viewpoint; it's unwise to take chances on "bargain" Shoes, as regards either styles or quality. But when the opportunity is presented of buying MISSOUIA MERCANTILE CO. SHOES at less than regular prices, better be here early. Broken lots, links not to be reordered, full lines of which we have too many, but every pair GOOD SHOES, not shopworn, not damaged, not out of date. A Great Occasion, Truly! Come Early Tomorrow Bargains in Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes for $1 95 A general collection of broken lines, formerly sold at $2.50 and $3.00 a pair; all good, sturdy shoes, among them men's satin calf lace shoes and gun-metal Blucher. $3.50 Vici Kid Shoes for... SGood quality vici kid shoes, made in Blucher 4 bstyles, with medium single soles; shoes that will fit well and wear well, reduced fro...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

SROADS !t a HuMe[ tll HUMBLE CAPACITY (lAICSMAN ON IOWA RAILROAD PLANi TO MAKI HIMSELP SERVIA'8 KING. Weeking on a railroad at Numa, Ia., it a humble capacity is a man named theodore Max Streu, who claims to he the rightful heir to the throne of efvla and demands that the powers at Europe give him his heritage. Strea was born in Zobllts, Saxony, ead came to the United Btates when he was 12 years old. His father, who also put forward a claim to the Ser visa throne, was, however, wise enough to content himself with mak lag the claim and then retired to a aonastery, where he died. The story 80" back two oenturies to 1704, when b learvian Csar Lasar made a last stal effort to free his country 11m the bitter thraldom of the ,One night the palace at Belgrade lltantined with a red glare and Ishabltants awoke to the shrieks slaughtered women and the yells of hting men. The little 7 year old Prince Andrea, heir to the falling trone, was aroused by his frantic bother and a faithful servant. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

THIE DAILY MISSOULIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1909. I Shoe Bargains OAwor e Men's Clothing and Bos' Furnishings Trill " l N OW FOR IT--The Greatest Clothing Sale Missoula has ever known, the event held in anticipation by almost every-ad . within reach of our store, here at last. More interesting than e er be. fore because of the amount of merchandise for clearance and UNUSUAL PREPARATIONS to make it so! We start the ball rolling Tomorrow Morning at 8 o'Clock The man who has waited until now to buy a suit or an overcoat has probably done so because he wanted a bargain. It is important to him that he gets a bargain, a real bargain. He wants clothes that are as stylish, as well made and fit as perfectly as if he paid full price. This is the place and now is the time for that man. Thqusands of garments-suits, overcoats, trousers, raincoats, fur and fur-lined coats and everything in furnishing--all greatly under price. o Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothing. Manhattan shirts, include...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

",uarnJ Now for the Best Low Prices EMBROIDERY VALUES ,. YEAR tTuesday morning, beginning at 8 o'clock, we will inaugurate another Big Embroidery Sale. Lawn and Swiss corset cover embroideries, dainty new designs in the best of needle work. NOW IS THE TIME TO SAVE MONEY BY SPENDING IT HERE. The prices are so low, considering quality, that you are practically getting double value. S(e our display window for bargains. 21c Yard Nota 35c Yard for 35c Embroideries Yard Sold For 50c Embroideries 1,000 yards lawn corset cover em- Until 1,200 yeard of lawn and Swiss broidery; all new patterns with corset cover embroideries that are beaded edges, for ribbons; an ex- Tuesdaya" positively worth 50e a yard; there eellent assortment and priced so Ere about a dozedt dainty designs low that it would pay you to in- from which an excellent selection vestigate. Don't forget the price, r can he made. D)otn't forget the yard ........................................ 21 0 n in price, ya d ..................

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

ACTRESS IN DEFENSE OF THEATER RETORT COURTEOUS GIVEN TO BILLY SUNDAY BY A WOM AN OF THE STAGE. (Jessie Shirley in Spokane Chronicle) Having read Mr. Sunday's attack upon the theaters I feel it my duty as a woman and an actress (the daughter of a minister and a student of the bible) to correct the erroneous impres sions which may have been made in the minds of many who listened to his sermon on "Amusementas Mr. Sun day is either densely ignorant or ma liciously untruthful, as almost every statement he made regarding the theater is false. With a reckless dis regard of facts, he throws his venom right and left, and repeatedly prejures himself as a minister of the gospel, while his coarse and offensive lan guage (which would not be tolerated in a respectable theater) arouses the disgust of every true christian and the ridicule'of the outsider who mere ly looks on. Probably he realises that he can reach his class of hearers more di rectly by the use of smut and slang, for in every commun...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

REILLY'S IIA00ULAS BiST GROCERY Buy Groceries Here ane quality reigns supreme er rapld selling makes stale eoods out of the question-where psits are always most reasonable Swhere clerks take real delight you. i ngton Hall are still the Agents here-we have the exclusive sale for Mls sutle. Startling announcement in a few lays to interest you. Porse ............ ....'.......40W THE BUSY CORNER Phoe Nm 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 ceusity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Blook Corner To Get Pure Drugs You would go to a drug store. To get tim 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 ad Paper House S12 Higgins Ave. Rugs Never before have we had such a remarkably fine line of rugs to show to our friends as is the new lot which we ha...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY MISSOULIAN PAGES 9 MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31, 1909. :y I e ::f.. · ý.ir ~ :..I ,A~ý :}'ý22`,4" a'1.%) ý t p^: r ýa i Y ý ý,< 3)fývý:;"ý,''ý'. tff`'< k ý y.C: 'r . ' "c. , ' ...t ý x fi ' r rý ý w :t~r~t' d ý'T. ^ýf `'1Mf ~j. ` ,ý f : .r:. . fifill: :fY )ý` ,a`ý0 .yn,{ ý, i: {l · ýSI O '1 M:l (I 'b ? ,}' w : r:: ",:r, ."ýý +Yhý. ý '" 'ý. ' e ýi : ý J l 11 'Q l T HE country which today and must for months continue to be of constant interest to all the world is that section of the fair Italian southern country and that island of historic memories, Sicily, which were involved in the Titanic grasp of the earthquake of December 27 and 28. Americans are disposed to look on this land as of slight importance and noted mostly for poverty and its crop of emigrants to this more-favored land of the west, yet Calabria, in the toe of the Italian peninsula, and Sicily have .figured largely on the pages of European history. Poetry and prose liter...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

S°DAILY MISSOU.IAN MPMiea 1Avery Day in the Year. MUIOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. iM and 181 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana. lit red at the postoffios at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in Advanoe, Dally, one month ............... $0.75 Daily, three months ............. 2.26 Dailyl. si months ................. 4.00 Daily, one year ......... ...... 8.00 Weekly. one year .......... 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBtCRIBERS' PAPERS The Miusoulman is anxious to Sive the best carrier service; therefore sub soribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. tn ordering paper ohanged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis seullaa Publishing Company. SUNDAY. JANUARY 31, 1909. PASSING EVENTS. SLooking backward over the events of the seven days that have just oolsed, the week seems to have brought more than its share of stir...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

STY! The social dullness prevailing at this season of the year is most unusual, as the weeks preceding Lent are as a rule remarkably gay. Social affairs are being planned however, and as Cupid plays the leading role in sev eral, the supposition is that this will prove the lull before the stream o. functions attendant upon announce ments of engagements. Several gooa attractions are booked at the Union opera house for the coming week, ana a number of clubs postponed from last week will add to the pleasurt. of this, which promises to be varied as well as numerous. Silver Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Spurgin cel ebrated their 25th wedding anniver sary on We4nesday evening in a most delightful and appropriate man ner. A large sleigh conveyed their guests to and from their home, the splendid sleighing proving a pleasant feature. Dancing was indulged in un til a late hour, and special dances, the Highland Fling and several jigs by Mr. Spurgin were the source of much enjoyment....

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

All Our Fine Coats, Suits and Furs Are Scheduled to Go at Half" Price The women of Missoula will appreciate this offer for they know our regular every-day prices are the lowest in Missoula. When our regular low prices are divided by 2 the ladies realise there is something doing here. They know that there. are bargains here which are not found elsewhere. Hence our clearalce sales are by far Missoula's biggest bargain eremts. You may select any of our fine winter coats, suits or furs and be fitted by an expert dressmaker, guaranteeing a perfect fit and you will be asked to pay just one-half the reg ular price of whatever garment you may deciae upon. Our Entire Stock of Children's Dresses at One-Half Regular Prices SFinal Clearance of All Millinery Women's, Misses' and Children's Hats at Almost Any Price You Choose to Pay. Please remember the season is scarcely half over and these hats may be worn for several months to come. $1.50 for Trimmed Hats Worth to $10.00 40 pattern hats, excel...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

41I-ANNUAL .rgain Event Monday, Feb. 1, at 9 a. m. ILL KINDS OF SALES, "CLEARANCE" rery store in Missoula has had some kind of a incement and we ask you to come and see how past month. ' But then you no doubt have at how genuine and satisfying have been the bar ere to select from; you know after all that our o other sales compare with them in value giv Lch opens here Monday morning will be the ix months, or since our last clearance sale, has Tort lengths, broken sizes, odds and ends, which and better store for you to shop in; (now four oor). Each floor is chock full of high grade e rarest bargains ever shown in Missoula. illed with Clearance bargains in men's, women's and children's :s, wash goods, domestics, gloves, hosiery, notions and fancy )f this floor and is well stocked with men's suits, overcoats, hats , with its magnificent stocks of women's, misses' and chil Sthe mecca for women of good taste. Here the styles are al must attract big crowds during the sale. The third floor ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

e . Jacket built of£ Lce A LAS that only the pretty woman Is charming in a negligee! Tno boudoir gown is essentially a revealing garment, and its revelations are apt to be uncompromising for the unfortunate who is not endowed with at least passable freshness and fair. neps. Half of the charm of a negligee ii,'s in its suggestion of informality; in the loose sleeve that slips up to show a rounded arm; in the unstudied folds that must owe their grace to the per fection of the uncorseted figure; in the collarless neck which is trying to any but a white and round throat. In negligee, the pretty woman is at her prettiest; in a Paris built negligee, all afluff with lacy cascades and agleam with rosy silk shimmering through cobweb fabric, she is fairly ravishing --and very well she knows it as a rule. But such an artful wizard is Paris mother of all these intimate luxuries of the feminine wardrobe, that even the poor, plain woman's negligees are calculated, like her gowns, to bring out onl...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

One of today's little ada may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Forest-Four. C. W.-Three. Y.-Three. D. B.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. POR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 3-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two a blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. A NICE HOME AT A SACRIFICE; fine 60-foot corner lot on Fourth street; lawn,, fruit and shade trees; cement walks; water in house; fence and stables in good repair; must be sold at once; please call Monday; only $600 cash and $800 on time at $ per cent. No. 1000 South Third street. FOR SALE-IDEAL STRICTLY MOD ern home on South Third street, only $6,000; carefully built with view to comfort, durability and conven Lence; cement block walls make it warm and cozy: eight rooms; bath, cellar, hot water heating plant; elec tric lights; hardwood floor...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 31 January 1909

_ _ _ Iii~ "I'M BUSTED" SAYS ANSON BASEBALL ID THROWS UP HANDS I i' FINANCIAL EMBAR*ASSMENT. By Tim Murnane.) Boston, Jan. 30.-The innocent child grieves but momentarily over a broken toy. Man grieves over a lost friend. The lover of baseball grieves over the downfall of a great player, and all bow their heads over a shattered idol. A few days ago the wires sent out the news from a courthouse in Chica go, "Old 'Anse' Is broke." The old Roman of the ball field was cornered by a howling band of creditors and aeknowledged manfully, "I am busted." A. C. Anson was the idol of the ball field for twenty years or more. The school boy might be at a loss to name the resideat of the United States. but aever tailed to name Anson as the great ball player. Upright in his deal ing with men, a conscientious worker for those who employed him, and In a position to get everything the game could afford in the way of salary and glory. Too bad, but it's a fact that man is usually judged by results. Anson...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

THE WEATHER Tom-r THE DAILY MISSOULIAN VOL. XXXV. NO. 272. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 1, 1909. PRIOB WILL PIERCE HILL NEAR BONNER PUGET SOUND RAILROAD MUST TUNNEL MOUNTAIN TO AVOID HIGH WATER. WORK TO BEGIN AT ONCE aore Will Be 700 Feet Long and Lo. oated About 200 Feet South of Pres ent Site of Grade-Clark Dam Im' Improvements Will Make Rail road's Position Untenable. Eatrly this week Winston Brothers, the contractors, will begin the drilling of a tunnel for the Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound railroad through the big bluff immediately south of the Clark dam, below Bonner. This an nouncement was made recently by the Puget Sound line officials, who stated that the drilling of the mountain had become imperative in order to permit extensive additions and improvements at the south end of the dam by Sen ator W. A. Clark. It will be remembered that during the high water of last June the Puget Sound people lost a consideraon, amount of their "dump" from the dam westw...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

mdred OTS In South Missoula I have the only lots left Sp th iasoula offered a. 1O0 ac, on the easy it of i) cash and $5 per mon , h. e street car line going to Fort Missoula is to run near these lots e theq lots will bring each. Why not take a chance? Everybody else is atking easy money invest in 'South Missoula lots, 'y not you? They are go tat st and will soon be all AUTIORITIES ARREST BOXCAR PILFERER T. J. Cleary, special agent of the Chicago Great Western railway, with headquarters at St. Paul, arrived in M dity yesterday, and early this nm.layn started on his return trip, ac ampsaalsd by W. M. Stephens, alias S. B. Bradley, who is wanted in Min aseills for the alleged robbery of a lsMi r la the railway yards at that lfpea his arrival in the city yester. day Mr. Cleary notified Sherift Gra raA,. giving him a description of the ban wanted. The sheriff started on the search, and at noon had located his man In the Montana hotel on Rall streAt. At first the man denied itentity, but ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

bee aler Ads - See mer Ads Pages 4 and s Pages 4 anad Great Clearance Sale of Shoes To be well shod is important, whatever good shoes may cost. It's unwise to take risks, from the health viewpoint; it's unwise to take chances on "bargain" Shoes, as regards either styles or quality. But when the opportunity is presented of buying MISSOULA MERCANTILE CO. SHOES at less than regular prices, better be here early. Broken lots, lines not to be reordered, full lines of which we have too many, but every pair GOOD SHOES, not shopworn, not damaged, not out of date. A Great Occasion, Truly! Come Early Today Bargains in Men's Shoes $2.50 and $3.00 Shoes for 1 A general collection of broken lines, formerly 9 sold at $2.50 and $3.00 a pair; all good, sturdy shoes, among them men's satin calf lace shoes and gunmetal Bluchers I $3.50 Vici Kid Shoes for... ii Good quality vici kid shoes, made in Blucher *2 4 5 S I tyles, with medium single soles; shoes that will fit well and wear well, reduced from $...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

t etr bay in the Tear. ULAN PUBL.SMING CO. il181 lset Main Street, MiL soule. Montana. tsered at the postottice at Miasoula. -ontana, as second-class mail matter. " SUBII IPTION RATES (in Advance: bily, one month ................ 0.765 _... three months ............... 2.25 six months ................. 4.0U Daily, one year .................. 8.00 Weekly, one year ................. 1.50 Postage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Buslness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUtSECRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper dhanged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis saulian Publishing Company. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1909. MORE OF THE SAME "It has not been noticed, however, in jtr. Dixon's career that he has ever 4bown a disposition to do any boost ing for anyone except himself." This from a column-lon...

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