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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 February 1909

THE DAILY MISBOULIAN, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8, 1909. 1 Great Semi-Annual Clearance Sale 'The Giving lQf 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 Hurry, M en, Hurry I them at prices cheaper than you can buy inferior qualities elsewhere. Of course, we have Your Choice of 100 Fur Scarfs many odd lots, short lengths and broken sizes, but our merchandise is all new, some worth to $8.00, only scarcely a day old. We attempted from the very first to make this the greatest and most The Greatest Suit Opportunity f successful sale that Missoula ever saw and you need no word from us to tell that it hatoex ended our fondest expectation. the Year is Going by with The bargains being rich, rare and magnificent. noupled with a bigger, better and more modern store, has attributed to our great suecess. Essential, of course, is our prompt...

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

flNll II TlE LOCAL MARKETS FACTS AND FIGURES RELATING TO GOODS SOLD BY MIS SOULA DEALERS. There was not a change in prices la any of the markets during the Week and nothing new shown for sale. The wholesale departments report a week of activity and the retailer de clares that business is daily growing in volume. In the wholesale markets the fol lowing prices held. Oats, $1.60; wheat, $1.25; baled hay, $10 per ton at shipping stations on the Bitter Root; loose hay offered on the street at $14. Potatoes, $1.14 to $1.25 per hundred weight. Apples are quoted on a range from 11.06 to $1.25 per box. SButter, choice creamery, 32c and 35c per pound; ranch, 25c per pound. Iggs, Bitter Root ranch, $12 per camS; eastern cold storage eggs have gone off the market. In the butcher departments there have been no price changed during the past week. The quotations are as fol lows: Good beef steers, $4.00 to $4.50, with a good demand; hay fed cows, $3.75 to $4.60, demand strong. The call for hogs is ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 February 1909

GRANT MANY MINERAL PATENTS LAND OFFICE STATEMENT SHOWS DEMAND FOR BIT TER ROOT PROPERTY. The land office has just completed a record of the number and names of the claims for which mineral patents were issued during the last year. Many of the claims are situated in the Bitter Root district, in which there has, heretofore, been but few applications for patents. Following is a complete detailed statement relating to the claims and also the location: William Crawford received patents for the Boulder, Clinton Maid, Capital, Klondike and Martha claims, the min eral survey in each case being Robert Sibley and the attorney H. H. Par sons. The properties are situated near Clinton. Edward Donlan received patents for the Tarantula, Copper King, Detroit. Josephine, Artie, Humbolt, Highland Chief, Chapeau, Caledonia, Ottawa and Sumpter claims. The surveying was done by Robert Sibley and the patents were secured by Welling Napton. They are located near Clinton. Andrew Jacobson secured a patent f...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 February 1909

Buy Grcarles Ifsre 1 .a rtt- relgam ·uame iele rapiL selling make stale gee.s out of the queston--where L ae always most roonable where olerks take real deuht 4Lngso Hball Wrilke stil the Agents here-we ib th euesti. ale for Mi-. e I. Startins aunounaeement In a law da>s to Interest you. srued ......................4" rT. BUSY OORNER Phe, M The Drug Drugs come from all parts of the earth. There are thousands of them. To be aibl to Identify them. test them and compound them pegprly Is obviously a task that re ares leonr experience. The Druggist Who endeavors to serve you In a tight manner must use endless care he the selection and handling of his stak. We exeriotse such care; we hoew that the drugs we sell are worthy In every way and we charge nothing extra for the protection we offer you. Missoula Drug Co. PHI1 REXALL STORE. Memmend Sleek. Missoula NEW CAR OF DEVOE PAINT JUST ARRIVED. LET US SOLVE YOUR PAINT TROUBLES. SIMONS Paint am Paper House 12 Bliggins Ave. Rugs Never before...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

THE WEATHER PEOILETWK E"THE DAILY MISSOULIA N Toda--L r, . Nol O8 I. mR I W iV r Tomorrow--Not 80o O OTTF DIV (· I NiI VOL. XXXV. NO. 280. MIBBOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9. 1909. PRIOE I ( STATE TREADS UPON RISKY GROUND PRESIDENT WARNS CALIFORNIA IN TELEGRAM TO SPEAKER STANTON OF ASSEMBLY. DENOUNCES SCHOOL BILL EIReoutive Deolares Those Who Advo oate Anti-Jap Legislation Are Fol lowing a Policy That Combines Min imum of Efficiency With Maximum of insult and May Cause Mischief. Washington, Feb. s-"The policy of the adminlstratiot is to combine the maximum of efficiency in achieving the real obect which the people of the Pacific slope have at heart, with the minimum of friction and trouble, while the misguided men who advo cate such action as this against which I protest are following a policy which combines the very minimum of effi ciency with the maximum of insult, -and which, while totally failing to achieve any real result for good, yet might accomplish an infinite a...

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. — 9 February 1909

three Red Specials iMorning 6A beautiful 60x130 foot corner, south and east front on the eity water main; just a trifle over one block from the new high school; close to Higgins ave., near Univer sity ave.; will be close to car line; two inside lots in ad joining block sold recently for $1,400. These will go for a few days at $1,250, and they are a pickup at this. A Trlangular Sblock Containing over 7 lots; streets on all sides of the block; it lays well and woul'I make a beautiful building location; located one block from south end of Stevens ave. Price, $650, on terms of $250 cash, balance $25 per month. The car line to the fort will go near this block, which will double its value. 90 x 130 Feet Three swell lots in Glen wood Park, near Higgins ave. and near the city water. This is a fine building site and a good investment. The car line is sure to go near these lots, which will double their value. Price $420 for the three on terms of $150 cash, balance $12 per month. IAS. M. RHOAD...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

COO0 AIVERTISING IS VALUABLE OFFICIAL OF HARRIMAN LINES TELLS WHAT MAY BE AC COMPLISHED BY IT. Advertising is a matter of deep per sonal concern to the fruit grower and especially to the five thousand men who are directly interested in the orange and lemon industry of south ern California, according to Mr. E. O. McCormick, of the Harriman lines. This industry has added $16,000,000 to the national wealth of the the past year. and Mr. McCormick in an address told the members of the California Fruit Growers' exchange. at their convention in Kansas City this month, how they can increase the use of their product and make it even more important in the markets of the United States. Mr. McCormick said in part: It has even been a wonder to me, how it can be that men and organiza tions can muster up the courage to put large sums of money into lands, factories, machinery, and materials; incur big payroll liabilities, and other obligations; then, when it comes to the most important factor of al...

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. — 9 February 1909

SLY ?MISMOUIJAN iI..r ,, ae'e Day in the Year. "NUMUIr1AN PUBUUSNG CO. .A i i a . e,,t W Street. .I. al the optoatles at Mlasoult, as aond-,olamas mall matter. $USIoRIPTION RATES (in Advanme one month ................ .s three months ............... L lix months ................. .on yIe* .................. SL S o ne year ..... ...... ..... 1.1 added for foreign countrlie. TLEPHONEI NUMIISR se Office 11ii0 lditorW looms SUl#CRIERR' PAPERS The MisouUan Is anxious to live the best carrier rvicoe; therefore sub aribers ars requested to report faulty ltivery at onc In a~nering paper sasgei to new address please give old addire also. Money orders and checks sboldt be made payable to The Mis Iullat Publishing Company. Ti U DAY, FEBRUARY ., 1101. IN HAMILTON. This morning the sesions of the Montana State Horticultural society Wit begin at Hamilton. There is ev pgy indication that the' session this goar will be the beet meeting that the 5gaaisation has ever held. The at t.adance in good; Mi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

THE DAILY MIBBOULIAN, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 9, 1909. ANNUAL WHITE GOODS SALE We are pleased to announce that this event, whioh so many of our customers have so anxiously awaited, will begin a week from today, 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 already have stirr...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

MNlW ARRIVALS IN La dies' 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. ew 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. STRENGTH IS SHOWN IN MARKET SOURCE OF IMPROVEMENT IS TRACEABLE TO OPERATIONS TO COVER SHORT CONTRACTS. New York, Feb. 8.-The source of the strength in the stock market to day was traceable apparently to op eratlons to cover short contracts put out last week. The movement was distinguished by a subsidence of the special advances in individual stocks. On the other hand, the general list came in for more active buying de mand today. The prospect of action by the California legislature on the question of Japanese children in the public schools in opposition to the ad vice of the national executive was reported more likely than at the close of last wee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

M'GOWAN INDICTEG BY JURY WELL-KNOWN INDIAN AUTHOR ITY ACCUSED OF STEALING FROM UNCLE 8AM. Guthrie, Okla., Feb. 8.-Samuel Mc Gowan of Degraffe, one of the best known Indian authorities in the country, was arrested here today on a Sederal grand jury indictment charg ing him with embezzlement and mis appropriation of federal funds while superintendent of the Indian school at Chilocco, Okla., from 1904 to 1908. He was released on bond. The indictments which ,were returned on Friday last, consist of nine dounts alleging embezzlement and five alleging false counts. The charges allege that McGowan con verted money belonging to the Indians to his own use and also took grain and livestock, and that he made false vouchers, thereby securing money from the United States subtreasury at St. Louis. There is an alleged shortage of $1,500, and the indictments indicate that an addition sum was wrongfully secured. Agents of the, federal government have been working on the McGowan accounts for almost a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

Here's Another Real Estate Opprtunity EXAMINE TODAY We have control of the new townsite of Turah, which lies about a thousand feet from the ground upon which the Northern Pacific has surveyed for it's new roundhouse, shops and coal docks, which will be the equipment of the new freight terminal. These lots lie on high ground, which slopes from the foot of the hills down to the tracks; the lots are admirably adapted for sites for hotels, business houses and residences. There will be a lively town at this place; you should look into our proposition; it will interest you. The plat of our townsite was approved yesterday by the county commissioners and we are now ready to transfer to our customers as many of these lots as they desire. The title is clear; the lots are excellently situated; the prices are reasonable; the terms are easy. Let us show you. Location Terms Turah townsite is about 10 miles These lots are all 40-foot front east of Missoula; the lots are sit- age; the depth of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

TOO1) WEAK TO TALK TO REPORTERS ARIZONA MINING MAN WHO WAS SHANGHAIED IS SUFFERING FROM INJURIES. Tacoma, Feb. 8.--8o weak was the condition of T. A. Cox, general mana ger of the Arizona & Pittsburg Mine & Smelting company of Tucson, Ariz., today that visitors and reporters were denied admission to his rooms at St. Joseph's hospital. It was said that he will receive visitors in a few days. While there is an air of mystery about his experience, he is said to speak like a man who is holding back a story of great wrong done him. Asked if he would give the name of the ship on which he had been so long, he replied that he did not know the ship's name. The ship will land at San Fran clsco again is all he would say. "If my friends and the public have been able to wait for several weeks to learn the details of my disappear ance, they can now wait another day," he said. He complained of hav ing a sprained back and legs, and de clared he lost 20 pounds in weight since falling into the...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 February 1909

SREILLY $ bay Groceries Here whe rapid sellin makes stale Mt where clerks take real delight Splseasinga you. rrinnon Hall are still the Agents her-we Ha the extclusive sale foar Mis. Geo. Btartingr announcoement in a few days to interest you. Pemand .......................40 THm BUSY CORNER Phone $ The Drug Dreang come from all parts of the earth. There are thousands of them. To be able to identity them, test them and compound them ipwtely Is obviously a task that re ques leon experlence. The Druggist Who endeavors to serve you In a right manner must use endless care ie the selection and handling of his stock. We exercise such oare; we kmow that the drugs we sell are worthy In every way and we charge nothing extra for the protection we ofer you. Missoula Drug Co. T)HE REXALL STORL. lHammend Blook. Missoula NUW OAR OF DEVOE PAINT JUST ARRIVED. LET US SOLVE YOUR PAINT TUOUBLES. SIMONS Paint ad Paper Rouse 1 BlHtgglns Ave. Rugs Never before have we had such a remarkably fine line of ru...

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. — 10 February 1909

WTE THE DAILY MISSOULIAN VOL XXXVday-no. 281. IOULA, ONTANA, WENEDAY ONIN, FEBUAY 10, 1909. PICE FIVE O VOL. XXXV. NO. 281. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORlNING, FEBRUARY 10, 1909. PRICE FIVE MONTANA FRUITGROWERS WELCOMED TO HAMILTON Twelfth Annual Session of Society Opens Un der Most Auspicious Circumstances. FINEST OF STATE'S FINE APPLES ARE IN EVIDENCE Growers of Luscious Fruit From Every Section of the Com monwealth Gather to Discuss Subjects of Vital In terest to the Horticulturists---President Duniway Delivers an Address. Staff Correspondence Hamilton, Feb. 9.-To gaze upon a sloping display of luscious fruit-ap ples, apples, apples-banked in grad uated rows from the footlights to the rear of the stage, shimmering in elec tric radiance, the artificial light heightening rather than reducing the natural tints and beauties; to be be guiled by good music; to listen to the logical eloquence of President Duni way of the state university and the instructive address of M. L. Dean of t...

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. — 10 February 1909

Values Three Red Hot Specials This Morning A beautiful 60x130 foot corner, south and east front on the city water main; just a trifle over one block from the new high school; close to Higgins ave., near Univer sity ave.; will be close to car line; two inside lots in ad j6oning block sold recently for $1,400. These will go for a few days at $1,250, and they are a pickup at this. A Triangular Block Containing over 7 lots; streets on all sides of the block; it lays well and woull make a beautiful building location; located one block from south end of Stevens ave. Price, $650, on terms of $250 cash, balance $25 per • n onth. The car line to the ; w it will go near this block, which will double its value. .90x 130 Feet Three swell lots in Glen Wood Park, near Higgins ave. and near the city water. This is a fine building site da good investment. The ear line is sure to go near these lots, which will double eir 'value. Price $420 for the three on terms of $150 0ash, balance $12 per month. ...

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. — 10 February 1909

CONFER ON JAPANESE OUESTION GOVERNOR GILLETT AND MEM SERS OF LEGISLATURE DIS CU88 ALIEN MATTERS. Sacramento, Cal., Feb. 9.-Following a conference on the Japanese ques tion tonight, Governor James N. Gil lett declined to discuss the matters under consideration and the strictest secrecy is being maintained by three assemblymen who were called into consultation. They were Grove L. Johnson of Sac ramento, author of the Japanese school segregation bill which passed the lower house last week, and will be. up. for reconsideration tomorrow; Speaker Philip A. Stanton, who has fought desperately against all anti Japanese legislation, and J. P. Tran sue, assemblyman from Los Angeles, who has been one of the administra tion's warmest supporters in the house. It is understood that no defi nite promise was made by Johnson to agree to further postponement of an other vote on the school bill, but that he would do so if certain anti-Japa nese legislators would indorse the pro gram. The measure ie 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. — 10 February 1909

llODAILY ?IsOULIAN lbahed Uverw Day In the Tear. MIMOUMAN PUB'LSING 00. th du 81 West Man street, Mis esods, Meataaa. aWteS at the postofftoe at Missoula, Vdeas, as second-class mall matter. SUSCRIPTION RATES (In Advanee: Der. one month ............. $0.75 , three months ............ L , six months ................ 4.00 DaLy, one year .................. 0 Weekly, one year .............. 1.60 Poedage added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editor*li Rooms SUBtCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub sorlbers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In cering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis soultan Publishing Company. W.lDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1909. DAYLIGHT. Just before 10 o'clock last night at 9:42 to be exact-the Montana gang broke through the last ground in the east heading of the St. Paul pass tyn eel and the atmosp...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 February 1909

ANNUAL W ITE GOODS SALE We are pleased to announce that this event, whioh so many of our customers have so anxiously awaited, will begin 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 already have stirred hundreds of men into action and will continue to do so as long as the sale...

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. — 10 February 1909

98c Waist Special For Thursday About 80 of these beautiful Lingerie Waists, all this season's make, fresh and clean, from the manufacturers, worth a great deal more, but they all go at 98c on Thursday. See them in our north window. The Martin Co. MARKET MOVEMENI LETHARGIC INTEREST IS MAINFESTED IN ACTION OF CALIFORNIA LEGISLATURE. New York, Feb. 9.-The stock mar ket lapsed into a lethargic condition today after a demonstration of the futility of the attempts to extend the upward movement of yesterday. The demand from the shorts left uncov ered after the selling of the end of the last Week was early exhausted and there was no further demand in sight. There was a good deal of interest in the action of the California legis lature on the bill to segregate Japa nese children in public schools, re garding which no news was received from Sacramento during the stock market session. The action of the money market precluded any anxiety over the outlook in that field, such as was suggested by ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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