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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

Shoe Bargains MOND AY WE. see Ad on ..ge DA Y ..,,...$. Men's Clothing and iys' oyte Furnishings r _________I OW:FOR IT--The Greatest Clothing Sale Missoula has ever N known, the event held in anticipation by almost every man within reach of our store, here at last. More interesting than ever be. Sfore because of the amount of merchandise for clearance and UNUSUAIl PREPARATIONS to make it so! We start the ball rolling This Morning at 8 o'Clock The man who has waited until now to buy a suit or an ov\',rc(oat has probably done so because he wanted a bargain. It is important to him that he gets a bargain, a racctl bargain. Ile wants clothes that are as stylish, as well madi and fit as perfectly as if he paid full price. Thi. in the pila c and noiw is the time for that man. Thouaandu of; garments-suits, overcoats, trousers, raincoats, fur and fur-lined coats and everything in furnishings-all greatly under price. HV , Iart, Schaffner & Marx ('lothing, Manhattan shirts, included. A Sa...

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. — 1 February 1909

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 sveta. You may select any of our fine winter coats, suits or furs and be fifted 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 decioe upon. Our Entire Stock of Children's Dresses at One-Half Regular Prices Final 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, excellent shapes and styles, ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

I-ANNUAL _rgain Event s This Morning at Nine LL KINDS OF SALES, "CLEARANCE" very store in Missoula has had some kind of a uncement and we ask you to come and see how e past month. But then you no doubt have at w 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 ich opers here Monday morning will be the ix months, or since our last clearance sale, has hort lengths, broken sizes, odds and ends, which and better store for you to shop in; (now four lodr). Each floor is chock full of high grade e rarest bargains ever shown in Missoula. filled with Clearance bargains in men's, women's and children's ks, wash goods, domestics, gloves, hosiery, notions and fancy of this floor and is well stocked with men's suits, overcoats, hats , with its magnificent stocks of women:s, misses' and chil is the mecca for women of good taste. Here the styles are al d must attract big crowds during the sale. The third floor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

ait Now for the Best Low Prices STalks NoPrevail EMBROIDERY VALUES oT YEAR 'Tuesday morning, beginning at 8 o'clock, we will inaugurate another Big Embroidery sle. 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 HE1tE." The prices are so low, considering quality, that you are practically getting double value. See our display window for bargains. 21c Yard Not a 35c Yard For 35c Embroideries Yard Sold For 50c Embroider:es 1,000 yards lawn corset cover em- Until 1,200 yards of lawn and Swiss broidery; all new patterns with corset cover embroideries that are beaded edges, for ribbons; an ex- Tuesday positively worth 50e a yard; there cellent assortment and priced so are about a dozen dainty designs low that it would pay you to in- from which an excellent selection vestigate. Don't forget the price, Morning can be made. Don't forget the yard ....................................... 21 M o i price, yard ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

I7/ OLD ST41YE/ ffou cASE YT~IE ICH IN romance, fable and le gend, the abode of a French king while in exile, the scene of the occasional wanderings of the spirits of an old mission priest and his sweetheart, a fair French maiden whom the mandates of the church kept from the arms of her priestly lover, and the dwelling place of a dog, said to be insape, that obeys un heard commands and at times accom panies his spirit master in a ghostly vigil-such is Fondavera, the oldest residence on the historic Bardstown pike, two miles distant from Louis ville. Ky. The hcuse i. Indeod a travesty on its name, for the Spanish word "Fonda," meaning "place of rest," arnd "Vera," the Russian word mean ing "in all truth," were never more misapplied than to this quaint old building around which the colored peo ple of the neighborhood declare the restless spirit of its former occupants roam at midnight and re-enact the turbulent scenes of their past lives. The Old Stone House. The "place of unrest," as...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

Daily Puzzle C-4 O Find her lover. Answer to Saturday's Puzzle-Upper left corner down in coat. A (f One 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: Forest-Four. C. W.-Three. T.--hree. D. S.-One. FOR' SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-FOUR. SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also S-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE; REAL ESTATE; THE Phelps ranch; 20 acres adjoining race track; in high state of cultiva tion; 10 acres of bearing orchard; best buy in Montana for market gar dening, truck farming and fruit. In quire at premises. FOR SALE-RANCH. A FARM BARGAIN-170 ACRES OF orchard and farm land; 50 acres in bearing trees; balance of land in grain and hay; eight-room house: outbuildings in good condition; lo. cation ideal; 1 1-2 mil...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

ISLANDERS ON WAY TO CONIRESS PROMINENT MEN OF PHILIPPINES WANT TARIFF TAKEN EN TIRELY OFF. San Francisco, Jan. 31.-On their way to Washington. where they will urge the passage of the free trade bill which will come up at the special ses sion of congress that probably will be called by President Taft. John S. Hord, internal revenue collector for the Philippines; Daniel O'Connell, sec retary of the Manila Merchants' asso clation, and Arthur J. Francis, a prom Inent business man from the Philip pines, arrived yesterday evening on the Pacific Mail liner Asia. The three representatives of our in sular possessions in the Orient are well fortified with facts and figures on the industrial, commercial and agrt cultural conditions in the islands, which they will lay before congress to show why the tariff should be taken off of the imports and exports in the Philippines. Mr. O'Connell stated that as a result of the tariff there is a serious depree sion in the islands, but predicted that if the...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 February 1909

- s.I m lm u Ut mommvY y r a ceries Wears q rewert e r-e where rap dtllnt makes state "ibll out of the question-where ifodes are alwa· i most reasonable al were erks take rem delaght hhtm sNail We a atilt the Agentsl here-we bat the eadlusive sale for wi tees. Startling passeae t in a fa aysi to Interest you. .Pene .......... ...........40I THE BUSY @ORNER 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 cemity to any one who has ever used them. 15c pair Missoula Drug Co. PReIORIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Sleok Corner To Get Pare Drugs Yeo would go to a drug stor. To let the Best Paint go to a paint store. We do not keep drugs, but we do keep S aint Try our free presoription for your paint trouble. SIMONS Paint am Paper House 12 Bllggins 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 have just unpacked as the first installm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

THE WEATHER KUU T1IU A~ LTPEft II 4 HLER THE DAILY MISSOULIANN __ To Vr. NO. 27. IOULA, OTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1909. VOL. XXXV. NO. 273. MMISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2, 1909. Paw MILLET TELLS OF TIMBER DEALS ADMITS HIS COMPANY SECURED MUCH LAND THROUGH "DUM MY" PURCHASERS. DENIES UNLAWFUL INTENT Montana Manager of Big Lumber Com pany Relates Story of How 13,76. Aores of Valuable Timber Holdings Were Purchased From the State Investigation to Be Lengthy. Special to the Daily Missoulian. Helena, Feb. 1.-The investigation which is being made by the special committee, of the land department atf fairs, promises to be a prolonged one. Two sessions were held today and the prospects is it will be next week be fore the committee is ready to make its report. The two important witnesses today were George McRae, superintendent of the Northwestern Lumber company, and G. W. Millet, Montana manager for the Julius Neill Lumber company, a Minnesota corporation. The latte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

Business ocafton Wzx140 feet, fronting on South Higgins aveanue, only three blocks from end of bridge. This is without doubt the best buy in business property offered for sale at the price. It will not be tWo years until South Higgins A'anue will be built up with store buildings. This property will then bring four times what is asked+ for it today. Price, ,I4,+L tpr the entire 90 feet: *aqiha*f cash will handle. SIUD NIS TO TEST CEMENT NEW CLA88 TO BE ESTABLISHED IN ENGINEERING DEPA'RT MENT OF UNIVERSITY. j'r the purpose of enabling Lhe chaeiistry and engineering students at the Unltversty of Montana to secure practical experience in cement testing, a plans in this work will be started at the university this week, work to be doee on cement to be used in the con straction of the new Higgins avenue bIdge. It is designed to have the stu dents do all the actual work of test lag, and the results obtained by them wti be checked and verified by the engineers in charge of the bridge work. I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

POLICY OF SERVICE AS TO MINING CLAIMS AN DEVELOPMENT IS DEFINED r .eord Pinchot, Chief Forester, Explains Department's At titude in Long Lettetto W. G. M Stone, President of Colorado Association---Epitsle's Full Text. St would be impossible to define the policy of the forest service in regard to mining claims and mining develop ment within the national forests in clearer terms than has Gifford Pin chot. the head of the department, in a scent letter. The letter was addressed to W. G. M. Stone, president of the Colorado State Forestry association. The letter in full is printed below: United States Department of Agri culture, Forest Service, Washfng ton. . Office of the Forester, January 9, 1909. Mr. W. G. M. Stone, president, Col orado State Forestry Assn., Denver, Colo My Dear Mr. Stone: I keenly regret that, because of the commission which I am now bearing to the Republic of Mexico at the di rection of the president, I am pre vented from accepting your invitation to attend the annua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

at the postottlfe at Missoula, ) tL ,as se otad-olas. mail matter. SUIScRIPTION RATES (In Advane;* thl. rone month ....... .... 0..7 , thee mouths ............ . a, ix monuths ....... . 4.00 ea e year .................. 8.00 Weitoy. nee year ................. 1.50 Postaee added for foreln countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Realaess Offloe 110 Editorial Rooms SUUCRIBERS' PAPERS Te Missoullan Is anlous to give the best carrier service; therefore sub sorlbesr are requested to report faulty delivery at opnt In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mi soulian Publishing Company. TUII DAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1900. RAINEY ANSWERED. It Rep.ementatlve Rainey of Illinois was In earnest In his attack upon Pres ident Roosevelt and, Mr. Taft In the Panama matter, he must realise by this time that his dope was all wron.. Eve* since the delivery of his speech In congress, Mr. Rainey has been re pelving evidence that he was wrong...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

Bargains Barg W HEN this store advertises a Clearance, there's something doing at the corner of Higgins Avenue and Front Street. People know what to expect, are never disappointed, often get better values than we promise. This sale is the ex ception only in that it is better than any previous Clearance Sale this store has put forth; we have the word of hundreds of customers who came yepterday. For downright values, quantities and qualities of goods offered, it is a sale without precedent in Missoula, and even though yesterday's crowds taxed our selling capacity to its utmost, the sale has hardly any more than started. Today, every day, until the last bit of stock is disposed of will be a bargain day. A Sale That Has No Competitor Either in Quality, Quantity, Varieties of Goods or Values Offered Unapproachable Bargains in Men's Clothing Footwear Bargains MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S MEN'S For Men, Women and $12 & $12.50 $15 & $16.50 $18 & $22.50 $25 & $27.50 $3...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

ýý.iqj M Il, l ; a r · ~ RR~~i fIRIIRERY CASE SET ENDED (?$A CKLEM INSISTS THAT HE A.A *APPROACHED" IN QIANTIS.OUI SERIES. campre Billy Klem of the National lague, formerly an umpire in the ttaerioan amoiation, in his first geagaest about the celebrated "um bribery adaadal," has admitted it was be who was the object of l, attempt at corruption just before the final game between Now York had Chicago, which resulted in a vic tiTr for the Cubs and gave them their third straight pennant. 'leim told probably much less than A tenth part of what he related in his affidavit to President Pulliam, but that someone had made a definite at tempt to bribe him to toss the vic lpry, if he could, to the Giants, just is he was passing under the grand stand to start the game. The umpire made his statement when asked why he had banished Ar te Hofman from the game that day and had allowed Chance to remain and play through the battle. It will be remembered that Horman and Chance became embroiled with the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

Great Semi-Annual Clearance a The Greatest Bargain Event of the Whole Year In Full Swing Ill I~~~~Y a In FullSMI lll lll."l Come Today and Take Advantage of the Greatest Price Reductions In the History of Merchandising In Missoula All Our Fine Coats, Shoe Carpets Men of Missoula! Suits and Furs Excellence Curtains, Linoleums Your Golden Opportun At Reductions Conspicuously Are Scheduled to Go at BelowanyofMisseula'sFrormer and Rugs Cheap sale rices Carpet Remnants Half Price and Less Your Choice of Nearly 500 Suits H A F PR IC Shoe Department in Basement Remnant 10 1-2, velvet stair carpet, worth and Overcoats only Men's $2.50 Shoes Clearing at $1.75 $1.25 yard; only, per yard............. ...62 1.2 Men's calf lace and Blucher lace shoes; a Remnant 13 1-2, heavy Axminster carpet; The women of Missoula will appreciate this offer, for they good, medium weight shoe for ordinary serv- worth $2 yard; only, per yard ..............90 know otur regular every-day prices are the lowest in Mis...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

Today Is the Day This morning we place on sale two great embroidery specials. Those who know what these two lots represent know they are the best embrqidery special this store has ever offered. -21c Yard T 35c Yard Fot.35, Embroideries For 50c Embroideries 1,000 yards lawn corset cover em- D 1,200 yards of lawn and Swiss lroldery; all new patterns with corset cover embroideries that are beaded edges, for ribbons; an ex- *A positively worth 50c a yard; there cellent assortment and priced so BA ire about a dozen dainty designs low that it would pay you to in- from which an excellent selection vestigate. Don't forget the price, can be made. Don't forget the yard ....................................... 21 price, yard ...............................35¢ The Martin Company MARKET CONDITIONS ARE BETTER DAY'S DEVELOPMENTS PRODUCE A FIRMER TONE IN STOCK . DEALINGS. 'New York, Feb. 1.-The day's devel opments were regarded as negatively favorable to stock values and a firmer tone of the market ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

Daily Puzzle February 2.--Ground hog day. l th weather man. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Upside down, behind her. ,-- .-j-------- One 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: Forest-Four. C. W.-Three. Y.-Three. D. S.-One. FOR 8ALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 3-room hoase, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE; REAL ESTATE; THE Phelps ranch; 20 acres adjoining race track; in high state of cultiva tion; 10 acres of bearing orchard; best buy in Montana for market gar dening, truck farming and fruit. In quire at premises. FOR SALE-RANCH. A FARM BARGAIN---170 ACRES OF orchard and farm land; 50 acres in bearring tfees; balance of land in grain and hay; eight-room house; outbu)ldings in good condit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 2 February 1909

REILLY'S Mi.OULA.S BEST OROOERY Buy Groceries Here quality reigns supreme rapid selling makes stale roo out of the question-where psA are always most reasonable and Where clerks take real delight In pliting you. Barrington Hall We are stll the Agents here-we have the excluslve sale for Mis souls. Startling announoement in a few days to interest you. Pound ....................... THE BUSY CORNER Phone N The Drug Drugs come from all parts of the earth. There are thousands of them. To be able to Identify them, test them and compound them properly is obviously a task that re quiree long experience. The Druggist Who endeavors to serve you in a right manner must use endless care In the selection and handling of his stock. We exercise suoh care; we know that the drugs we sell are worthy in every way and we charge nothing extra for the protection we offer you. Missoula Drug Co. THE REXALL STORE. Hammend Blook. Missoula To Get Pure Drugs YTo would go to a drug store. To get the Best Paint go...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 February 1909

THE WEATHER ':- Tomorrow--Rain or Snow. D M S O U ][A N It re ft rentVOL. XXXV. NO. 274. OULA, MONTANA, WEDNEDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY , 190. PRI VOL. XXXV. NO. 274. M-ISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 3, 1909. PRICE FPIE clas NAVY OFFICER IN SERIOUS TROUBLE CAPTAIN OF BATTLESHIP GEOR GIA IS ACCUSED OF BEING INTOXICATED. UNDOE ARREST ON VESSEL Rear Admiral Wainright Charges E. F. ,Qualtrough With Imbibing Too Free ly at Banquet and Officer Is Relieved of His Command-Court Martial Called to Try Offender. Gibraltar, Feb. 2.-Captain Edward F. Qualtrough of the Georgia, ope of the battleships composing the fleet un der Rear Admiral Sperry, is today un der arrest on board his own ship and will be tried by court martial on a charge preferred by Rear Admiral Wainright that he was under the in fluence of intoxicants at a reception given on shore a few days ago. The captain was relieved from duty by the rear admiral immediately after the re ception and the executive officer was place...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 3 February 1909

Apartment Fieator Residence Corner I am offering you this morning an exceptional good flat or apartment corner, 90x130 feet on a 100-foot street; city water; in choice location; south and east front; close in, on Brooks street, near the new high school. Price $1,800. Two inside lots In the adjoining block sold recently for $1,400. Here is a good investment. JUSTA BOXING MATCH THAT'S ALL THE PARTICIPANTS IN THE TAFT AFFRAY SAY IT WAS ONLY A FRIENDLY MATCH. Deputy Sheriff Nesbitt came In from Taft yesterday afternoon, having in bcharge four men who are accused of having been concerned in a prize fight st that place Sunday morning. The men were arraigned before Justice Dyson at 5 o'clock yesterday after noon; their bonds were fixed at $25 each and they will plead at 9 o'clock this morning. The accused are Hart and Dixon, the men who wore the gloves; Carr, in whose place the al leged fight was pulled off, and Wi mond, who is said to have officiated as referee. The participants in the af...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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