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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

THE DAILY MISSBBOULIAN, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1909. m SCHLOSSBERG'S SCHHLOSSBERG'S SCHLOSSBERG'S SCHLOSSBERG'S SCHLOSSBERG'S S1('l1t().BERI(t' SCHLO8R BE(RG'S CIILOSSBERO'S SCH308O SSB0 . 'I Regal Shoes for Men and Women See Our New Carpet Department The Regal shoe is the beat $3.50 and $4.00 shoe on the market today for fit, And you will be pleased with the new fabrics and bright design in floor appearance, comfort and wear; there Is nothing that compares favorably with it, cw verings. This department is second to none in Missoula and our prices are 0 even when you get up into the $6.00 and $7.00 class. We are exclusive agents for always a little lower than you find elsewhere. .lnoleuma, upholstery goods, this great make and every woman and man in and around Missoula should draperies silk plulshe, art dInim . Madras hangings, etc, are shown in profu form its acquaintance. The new spring shapes are now in and they are para- n goas of beauty. They come in all widths, all new to...

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. — 7 February 1909

..r . ý ý ý a ý aa rr 1sqbag~~ ~rD HELENA OPPOSES NEW SLEAGUE CAPITAL CITY BUSINESS MEN DECLARE AGAINST INTER MOUNTAIN CIRCUIT. The ptoposed Intermountain baseball league, which W. H. Lucas is said to be fostering and which will have in its circuit such towns as Butte, An noonda, Helena, Livingston, Bait Lake and Ogden, Is not receiving any great amount of enthusiastic support from any of the towns in Montana. Helena seems to be opposed to the league and advocates instead a state organisation. The latter proposition would make an opening for the Mis soula club The following article, taken from the Helena Independent, gives a good idea of the reception Lucas may ex pect when he calls on the C apital City business men next week: "Now that the spring months are close at hand and the major leagues will soon send their teams south for training in preparation for the opening of the year's schedule, baseball looms up as the sole topic of conversation among the enthusiasts of outdoor sports...

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. — 7 February 1909

ANNUAL WHITE GOODS SALE We are pleased to announoe that this event, which so many of our customers have so anxiously awaited, will begin a week from tomorrow, Monday February 15. Lowered Prices Mean Something to You When Coming From This Store You can't turn a corner nowadays without being confronted by "clearing sales," "bargains," and that sort of thing; they're offered to you on every hand, and nearly every page. You are just as keen for these opportunities to save money as the merchant is to make a sale, but Consider two things: The character of the store making the offer, and the character of the goods offered. If you'll do that,, we'll both be benefited. This store is known as a high-quality store; we never have any other kind of merchandise to sell, at any time or any prices. We are now in the midst of our Midwinter Clearance of Men's Clothing and Furnish ings and are offering values in these lines that have opened the eyes of hundreds of men last week and will continue to do...

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. — 7 February 1909

NEW ARRIVALS IN Ladies' Suits The first of the new ones are here and they are swell, in fact, beau tiful. Take a few minutes' time and drop in and see them. kew Waists Among other spring arrivals we are showing a beautiful line of lingerie waists, at about the low est prices you have ever had an opportunity to buy them for. The Martin Co. DEPRESSION EXISTS IN MARKET UNDERTONE IN GENERAL LIST OF STOCKS CONTINUES TO SE UNSATISFACTORY. New York, Feb. 6.-The undertone in the general list of stocks continued deprbteed and the effect was offset less effectually by special points of strength amongst the lower priced stocks. A rather steadier tone of mnOuej markets and expectation of the bank statement showing a clear de crease in the margin of the surplus were advanced as ostensible reasons for some of the selling of stocks. The bank statement did not appear until after the market closed, and It was said by bankers that the slight advance in money rates was having the effect of bringing in...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

Great Semi-Annual Clearance Sale Tbe Giving qf Bargains That Has Nonplused Competitors Come today and be prepared to make great savings HIGH CLASS MERCHANDISE ONLY We have nothing of an inferior grade to offer you. Ours is the better sort and we offer H urry, M en, H urry them at prices cheaper than you can buy inferior qualities elsewhere. Of course, we have Your Choice of 100 Fur Sca s many odd lots, short lengths and broken sizes, but our merchandise is all new, some worth to 00 on scarcely a day old. We attempted from the very first to make this the greatest and mostrt to 8.00, only The Greatest Suit Opportunity f successful sale that Missoula ever saw and you need no word from us to tell that it has ex t4N'( t' our fondest expectation. the Year is Going by with The bargains being rich, rare and magnificent, coupled with a bigger, better and more modern store, has attributed to our great success. Essential. of course, is our prompt and 9 every setting of the sun ' o teous servic...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

KRELLY S Buy Groceries Here Where quality treigns mpreme where rapid selling makes stale goode out of the question-where pies. always most reasonable sau where clerks take re delIght In aigtr you. ', ah ington l anl are still the Agents here-we tie the exolusive sale for Mis eael. Startling announcement in a Bew days to interest you. Peamm .......................40 THE BUSY 00CRNER Phane 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 quires long experience. The Druggist Who endeavors to serve you in a right manner must use endless care In the saelection and handling of his stock. We exercise such care; we know that the drugs we sell are worthy in every way and we charge mothing extra for the proteotien we etfer you. Missoula Drug Co. THE REXALL STORE. HImmend Block. Miseoula NEW OAR OF DEVOE PAINT JUST ARRIVED. LET US SOLVE YOUR PAINT TIROUBLES. SIMONS Paint...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

EDITORIA SECTION MISSO LIAN PAGES 9O 10 MIBSSOULA, MONTANA, SU AY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7, 1909. J m L' .c rte- 'ýyN'aldan vic tý """"` : l~/~ g7Y~·~ Lt q.. JP"9 :i r y , r i ,ý ýbrýhe PIvaseo~l reoad. Pr ~ ' ;Q ýW t Ysr/'" Y Y t ý 1 ··-: Abraham Lincoln personally and intimately, none can rival Col. William H, Crook in the posses sion of vivid and unique recollection of the martyr president. Colonel Crook was the bodyguard of President Lincoln during the most interesting period of Lincoln's life, and naturally he came more closely and continuous ly in contact with the great American than did any other individual. At the time he was a young man, observ ant and keenly receptive of impres sions. Fortunately there has also been an opportunity for Lincoln's bodyguard to sYpplement his close range first impressions with an esti mate of Lincoln formed from the van tage of greater perspective and ren dered convincing by comparison with other presidents. The latter has been possible because Col...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

ho n the SM..I .,aroIEt rAXZ~ Si 5 ~v ·~~-, FE~ idfZ R i carasCJtefdJ4' HARLES DARWIN was born on the same day of the samne year as Abraham Lincoln-February 12, 1809, just a hundred years ago. It is one of the most remarkable con Junctions of all history--the emanel iator of a race and the liberator of thought ushered into the world to gether. One is almost persuaded that there must be something in astrology, an one compares the character and destiny of these two great nmen akin in so many ways, In kindness of heart. Infinite patience, devotion to truth, heroic courage, dauntless bat tie and ultimate victory! Darwin, who had been ridiculed and denounced all the latter years of his life as the "Monkey Man." was huried in Westminster Abbey when he died. His grave, by design. Is only a few feet from that of Sir Isaac Newton. The one discovered the key to Inor ganic matter; the other to the veiled portal of life itself. By the time Darlwn died his theory of evolution was generally accep...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

La eWinCerJ as LABO f f . . s . ~ ..*· \r It' v yQ ": 1 ?.:>+:iij':'J 'ij:'Ll"}}:.v':}'::.;:: :i'" 1 b:I, :ii: vA" COfQ'Tea i: Ibr I ;'?b4 :;!. ? ,' h d. Co? p~y::'L' "1!{'}.:?i:. }:::..'"> .}. i+!y. "<:jy.; ii v?:j::;!.."++ \ .:n' ":::':iij.}f '.;":S '::>}'i':iý1:i ! . ý ý1 ? : s " :; ·;h : a a'' ' Yt' ,.rý. r . ;:":; 4 :'':;%'ý:j:;'";:. rL,ý!Stý<::":, ýf ,j ' Li > ;{: .: Y } 3 J , .VA : .:? hi. ~v :rf.:':'tl~f". J y ·-:;:i:S: f '?L {:t}"kL:ý :':' ýiLjv"i ,;;qy" is ". ~dt W ITH each recurring season n greater magnificence of ral- e ment is called for. Once the c useful "winter coat," with its accom panying furs, served all through an season as a sufficient covering for n any occasion, except when full eve ning dress was called for. Now we have changed all that-or i at least Paris, our arbiter, has. The N handy "winter coat" is no more. There must be, beside the essential tailored suit and rough topcoat, for stormy weather, a sumptuous evening wrap and as many dres...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

h r Dery in the Ytear. t1VA* PUBLIUIING CO. 1W a.t 181 West Main Street, Mis. ela, Montana. SMM/ied at the postofftloe at Missoula Mtetna, as second-class mail matter SIUBCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe: D.I' uone month ............. .8$0.7 DEWl, three months ........... LS Dl si months ............... 4-.0 , one year ................. L.4 Pestsl added for foreign countriea TELEPHONE NUMIWRS Bnelme Offiee 110 Editorial BIrms SUBtCRIBERS' PAPERS The Mlssoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub cortbers are requested to report faulty deivery at once. In rtlering papes elaaged to new address please give old address also. Money orders and cheeks shbold be made payable to The Mis sellan Publishing Company. SUNDAY, PEBRUARY 7, 1909. PASSING EVENTS Flebruary, always an important an niversary month, is this year particu larly signlficant by reason of the fact that, 1909 is the centenlal of many birthdays, notably great amongst which are those of Lincoln, Mendels sohn and...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

ILTy The social attractions of the past week have proved not only numerous but varied. Dances, dinners, card par ties and college functions have vied with each other for popularity, and were all gratified in a most delightful manner. Probably the most pleasing of all events was the club meeting at which Mrs. Theresa Bandmann an nounced her intention of giving land to the Women's club, thus making possible the long cherished plan of a club house. The "Senior Swing Out," a pretty custom in college life, proved inter esting and was a source of much pleasure to those participating in the event. The skating rink lost none of its popularity during the week, the excel lent weather and the good condition of the ice, attracted new devotees to the sport each day. For the literary inclined, the reading of Miss Ruth Kellogg on Tuesday evening at the public library proved an instructive and delightful diversion. In fact it may be said that society for the past week has proved all things to all p...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

ýe'sIn 14Unc/e C&zm' w46 ty~f bode/l P VA ID. ON, FA...- WCEe r o t* k · Ab* 4 .x At.Pd'a··v r I ý ý I "z The officials of the navy department at Washington are very busy just now preparing the plans for the bat tleships most recently authorized as additions to the American navy. Ere President Roosevelt made his memor able request to congress for the money to build these ships It had been de termined that the new fighting craft should be recordbreakers In every re spect. The naval experts are now bending every energy to make them oome up to expectations and they have had an additional incentive to outdo all previous efforts in the crit clasms that have recently been leveled against some of the features of our existing bhttleships. Spurred on by the picking of flaws in the floating fortresses that had long been regarded as practically perfect, the naval ar chitects and engineers are exercising every precaution to provide for every up-to-date adjunct in the new mis tresses of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

A. F D04@ 0San One of todaya little ad' may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this offioe as follows: D. S.--One. Y.-Two. R. M.-One. S. F.-Two. S. F.-Eight. B. S.-One. D.-Three. E. Z.-One. C. W.-Three. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-LOT AND 5-ROOM house; telephone, electric lights and water in house. 810 West Pine St. ROBERT E. DINKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK. MISSOULA, MONTANA. FOR 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 blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. FOR SALE-RANCH. FOR SALE - RANCH: CORMIER ranch, two miles from Huson, Mont.; 960 acres hay and grazing land, with first-class water right; substantial buildings. Inquire A. J. Violette, Missoula, Mont. A FARM BARGAIN-170 ACRES OF orchard and farm land; 50 acres in bearing trees; balance o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 February 1909

SCEAIl TVELERSARE AN AVERAGE OF TWO PERSON8 A MINUTE SAIL PROM NEW YORK'S PIERS. New York, Feb. 6.-Th army of transatlantic travelers who arrive in and leave New York every year is greater than the standing military force .any. country on earth. It is la indpod than the population of an y s country with two exceptI tt ng over 2,500.000 ev ery ye. Last year showed a falling off of transatlantic travel at this port of nearly a million from the av erage, but even so its proportions were tremendous. Every day 1,470 ocean travellers arrived and 2,400 de parted. In other words a transat lantic arrival took place every fifty seconds, while some one sailed away every forty seconds. In all 670,680 persdan came into the country through tise port and 859,841 left it, the east ward travel being in excess by 178, 801. To handle this travel an ,equip ment of one steamer of the largest type now in existence sailing each day is necessary. The greater part of the travel both east and west bound as m...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 February 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN " Tomorrow-Generally fair. H E 9 1~Nt 1 ISSOA IAI I VOL. XXXV. NO. 279. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1909.. PRICE PIVOE1. WILL DEDICATI MEMORIAL HALL AIAN$ ARE COMPLETE FOR CERE MONIES AT OLD HOME OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN. BLUE AND GRAY TO UNITE Old Soldiers of the Union and Those of the South to Join in Honoring Memory of the Martyred Executive. President Roosevelt" Will Take a Prominent Part in Program. Louisville, Ky., Feb. 7.-Simple and yet splendid with the presence of the first citizen of the United States will be the homage paid the old homestead of Abraham Lincoln in Larue county, Kentucky, on the occasion of his cen tenary, February 12. The plans for dedicating the marble memorial hall by President Roosevelt have been ful ly arranged. It has been determined that the five trains that will be run to Hodgenville from Louisville on February 12 shall bear the various delegations and that the representatives of the republican and democratic commit...

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. — 8 February 1909

Triangular Block South Missoula Containing over seven full lots, block 99, South Mis soula. This is a beautiful building site, the block be !!g a triangle, having streets n a.ll sides, makes it deli rAble.' Tlis is only about $90 per lot.. Price of the entire block $650, on terms of $50 cash, balance $25 per month. T'his block will bring $1,000 cash before one year. MUST SERVE NINETY DAYS FOR LARCENY tleorge Ayres and Thomas Lyons, two residents of Taft, convicted of petit larceny, were brought to the oobnty Jail yesterday by Deputy Sl er ttf Whiter Nesbit to serve a sentence of 90 days inflicted by the Taft Jus 'tice of the peace. The crime for whlh the men were sentenced Is that of re "moving goods from a storehouse In Taft. -iNSTRUMENTS OF RECORD The following Instruments were filed in the office of the county recorder lat Saturday: Deed-J. F. Harrington to Mary $urns, lots 13 and 14 In block 6, South Mladsula. Deed-C. C. Hall to Ida M. Porter, 1 t. 11, 12 andi 1 in block 76. Url...

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. — 8 February 1909

CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS EXPLAINED BY A LEARNED LECTURER Dr. Francis J. Fluno, of Boston, Presents the Doctrine of This Church in an Instructive Address in Which He Sets Forth the Fundamental Truths as He Sees Them and as His People Accept Them. At' the Union theater yesterday aft ernoon an interested audience lis tened to an instructive exposition of Christlan Science by one of the na tional leaders of the church, Dr. Fran cis J. Fluno of Boston. George E. Baumgartner, second reader of the Milsouls church, presided at the meeting. The audience was large, and the distinguished speaker received the respectful attention of all. He said mudh that was new to many of his herer~s, and all that he said was 1o tereaiting. The lecture follows: (hr'tian Science, without a name is sinte'lr being; known, understood and foun' 'demonstrable. It is the science of being, the science of life. It is the knowledge of truth, and true being, reduced to a system. It's name de fines it, for it is ...

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. — 8 February 1909

E3aDAILY MISSOULIAN ;PbJIsked Eerv Day in the Year. M$ OUUetA PUBLIItING CO. tI ad 181 West Main Street, MIs soula, Montana. isane4 at the postoffloe at Missoula. Mebana, as second-class mail matter. SUSSCRIPTION RATES (lsa Advanse: ully. one month ......."....7.... spay, three months ............... t.3 S.x months ................ 4.00 ors year ................. 5t5 Weekly, one year ................. 1.60 Postage added for foreign countries. ar " TELEPHONE NUMBER Businem Office 110 Editorial Roems SUStCRIBERS' PAPERS , The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier ervice; tberefore sub. sribers are requested to report faulty Swiery at onae In WeMein paper shanged to new address please give old adress also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis solUan Publishing Company. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1909. ACOUMULATING EVIDENCE. It there has been any doubt in the mind of any member of the Montana legislature as to the way he should vote on the poolroom question, that ...

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. — 8 February 1909

ANNUAL WHITE GOODS SALE We are pleased to announce that this event, which so many f our customers have so anxiously awaited, will begin a week from today, Monday, February 16 Lowered Prlees Mean Something to You When Coming From This Store You can't turn a corner nowadays without being confronted by "clearing sales," "bargains," and that sort of thing; they're offered to you on every hand, and nearly every page. You are just as keen! for these opportunities to save money as the merchant is to make a sale, but Consider two things: The character of the store making the offer; and the character of the goods offered. If you'll do that, we'll both be benefited. I This store is known as a high-quality store; we never have any other kind of merchandise to sell, at any time or any prices. We are now ih the midst of our Midwinter Clearance of Men's Clothing and Furnish ings and are offering values in these lines that already have stirred hundreds of men into action and will continue to do so...

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. — 8 February 1909

NI1W ARRIVALS IN Ladies' Suits The first of the new ones are here and they are swell, in fact, beau tiful. Take a few minutes' time and drop in asd 'see them. New Waists Among other spring arrivals we are showing a beautiful line of lingerie waists, at about the low est prices you have ever had an opportunity to buy them for. The Martin Co. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AND SCIENTISTS EXPLAINED BY LEAMWED LECTURER (Continued from Page Three.) to $ frow1lng world that would Uber ate .. world from its seeming self and null it free from its seeming self and make It free, indeed? There is more true leve and unselfish devotion to the canse of humanity made manifest in . woman of the twentieth cen t y Baker G. Eddy, than has b dpayed ince the time of Him wp stood up in the faoe of mortal nj and said to it, "Ye are of the fatr, the devil, and the lusts of the fjater ye will do. He was a murderer fif# the beginning and abode not in the truth, for there was no truth in hbti When he speaketh a lie he spa...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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