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

MANY INSTRUCTIVE PAPERS ON FRUITGROWING ARE READ Special to The Daily Missomlia. Hamilton, Feb. 11.-The following in teresting papers on horticultural sub jects were read before the twelfth an nual meeting of-the Montana Horti cultural society in this city today: FRUITGROWING IN OREGON (By Rt. C. Bean.) Oregon one of the immensely resourceful states of the Union, is also one of the largest of the Pacific north west states. It contains an area of 06,030 square miles or 61,459,200 acres. From east to west it is 360 miles long, from north to south 290 miles. The state has 33 counties. Three moun tain ranges traverse the state from north to south; the coast range, 10 to. 20 miles from the ocean; the Cas cade, 100 to 150 miles inland which divides the state into eastern and western Oregon, with its dozens of snow capped peaks towering thous ands of feet above the surrounding country, while the shadows made by forests, canyons and the rock-ribbed sides or the hoary sentinels from tints an...

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. — 12 February 1909

There Are Many Good Reasons for Buying SThese Lots--Let Us Present a Few of Them We own the Turah townsite. It is only about 300 yards from where the Northern Pacific will build its new freight termilal plant. There will be roundhouses, shops and c'oal docks and scores of men will be employed. It will be necessary to have stores, hotels and [residences and Turah townsite affords the very opportunity for business or for investment that the keen capitalist will appreciate. And it takes but little money to secure this property. We are ready to transfer to you as many of these lots as'you want. The lots are excellently located; the prices are reasonable; the terms are easy. Come around and see us. SLocation Terms Turah townsite is about 10 miles These lots are all 40-foot front east of Missoula; the lots are sit uated on the north side of the age; the depth of the business lots tracks of the Northern Pacific; they is 100 teet and of the residence lots, are high and dry above the river; ...

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. — 12 February 1909

INCREASE IN SALARY REPEALED BILL PASSED BY SENATE EN ABLING KNOX TO BECOME SECRETARY OF STATL Washington, Feb. 11.-A report was made to the senate from the commit tee on appropriations relative to the president's statements concerning the attitude of congress toward appropria. tions for the support of the secret service. Senator Hemenway, who pre sented this report, added that the pres ident was not justified in making the statement contained in his message to congress. Just before adjournment today the senate passed a resolution in the ex act form which it had been passed by the house, declaring Feb. 12 to be a special legal holiday in the District of Columbia and the territories in honor of the centenary of the birth of Lin coln. A bill was passed also repealing the increase in the salary of the secre tary of state from $8,000 to $12,000, so as to permit Senator Knox to accept appointment as secretary of state. secretary McLaurin made a speech in opposition to the passage of any b...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 February 1909

One Best Cup of Youee Ever Drak s D you recollect It? Havea't you tried many times sinoe daplioate that particular flavor so exactly aulted your taste? gl, thte first time in history you -We. lbuy a "Filed-Out" Peokage 41 SdedwCed&fe flavors It esoateains over pound of the best eotee ye ever tasted. The a t~hre Savors to be found in dileo e .ueeach in a separate box, Anw prpair.fed by the process that Choose your flavor and you can al ways get it at this store In one and two-pounad sealed tins. The brands are: VIGORO-Is the strong and aromat is. BARRINGTON HALL-Is the stand ard medium. 8IESTA-Is the mild and dainty. Old Homestead Horehound Cough Drops Just the thing for coughs and colds. Good for grandma, good for mother and the baby and good for us all; In brick, per lab l5#, or In 10# packages. Telephone Us .or anything you need. We de liver without extra cost to any part of the city. Try the telephone number 16, and delivery; you will like It. Missoula Drug Co. THE REXALL STO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

H THE DAILY MISSOULIAN f morro-F XXXir; er. 284. IOULA, MONTANA, ATURDAY MORNING, FERUARY 13, 1909. PR l VOL. XXXV. NO. 284. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1909. PRI V ROOSEVELT LAYS CORNERSTONE OF LINCOLN MEMORIA POOL SELLING IN MONTANA LIMITED SENATE PASSES THE HOUSE MEASURE PROHIBITING BET TING ON OUTSIDE RACES. GOVERYOR TO SIGH BILL Act Which Effectually Puts Pool rooms Out of Business and Limits Raoe Meets Within the State Laoks but the Execoutive's Signature to Be oome an Aotive Law. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, Feb. 12.-The poolroom 'and racetrack men, who have been so active during the first forty days of the session of the legislature, folded meir tents today and left the Capital city. .All their efforts were unaval - ing to prevent the elimination of the poolroom evil in Montana. This morn ing the senate with but one vote in opposition, that of Muffley of Broad water, passed the house anti-poolroom measure, without an amendment. The bill will...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

A Beautiful Home At a Sacrifiee I am offering this morn ilg an exceptional buy in a SOUTH SIDE home, lo cated on Woodford street; has 8 beautiful rooms, mod ern, almost new and in fine condition; a 'swell 90x130 .oot corner; beautiful lawn, shrubbery. shade and fruit trees; splendid barn and chicken house. There Is Nothing Like This In the Town That is offered for any such money as this most beautiful property, and this is. only for a short time at this price. The owner is going away, and if he can sell quickly, he will do so; if not, the place will be withdrawn from sale and "rented. If you are interested in a swell home cheap, here it is. Jas. M. Rhoades THE REAL ESTATE AND IN SURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Ave. (Hammond Blook) Missoula, Montana. TO BUY *MACHINERY. Messrs. John D. Porter, J. P. Por te, James Clarkston and L. B. de Witt of the railroad contracting firm of Porter Brothers & Welch were in the city yesterday. The firm has the seotraot for boring a tunnel in Spo kane ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

ABRAHAM LINCOLN EULOGIZED BY NATION'S PROMINENT MEN At appropriate exercises held yes- tie terday throughout the country to comrn- agal memorate the one hundredth anniver- ist sary of the birth of Abraham Lincoln. of 1 representative men of the United tim States delivered addresses eulogtzing ior the life and work of the martyred bec president. President Roosevelt was trer chief among the speakers at the cor- thra nerstone laying ceremony on Lincoln cau farm, where the old log cabin in had which Lincoln first saw the light of wis day is to be preserved within the ver walls of a marble memorial hall. In siti practically all of the principal cities for of the country the occasion was fit- din tingly observed. The addresses deliv-his ered at various places of celebration ha follow: th EULOGIZES MR. LINCOLN ha (By T. Roosevelt.) J We have met here to celebrate the hundredth annivetrary of the birth of one of the two or three greatest men th of the nineteenth century; of one of the great...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

THE DAILY MISOULIAN, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1909. e Oer You This 0 ortun r Investment you take advantage of it you will find that we have counseled you wisely. We ask you to inquire into ipro dostl6n; you will find that there are good reasons for our confidence in Turah townsite. It is located near to the important terminal plant which the Northern Pacific is planning to build in connection with the changes in its freight division arrangements. The lots are well located, they are sanitary, they are pleasant and convenient. Location Terms Torah townsite is about 10 miles These lots are all 40-foot front east of Missoula; the lots are sit- age; the depth of the sated on the north side of the age; the depth of the business lot traeeks of the Northern Pacific; they is 100 feet and of the residencelos oe high and dry above the river; 150 feet. The latter are cloe the have a southward slope that against the hills, with a fine mouth gives them a fine exposure. The ern exposure, aff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

STUDENTS IN SCHOOLS OF THE CITY PAY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN'S MEMORY Interesting Programs in All Grades From Primary to the University Set Forth the Grandeur of Martyred President and Emphasize the Lesson Taught by His Devotion and Patience. The schools were the principal fac tor in Missoula's Lincoln day cele bration yesterday, the day being ob served with unusually good programs in all of the city rooms as well as the high school and the university. At the university work was not suspended during the day except at 11:30, when the students met in Convocation hall, where they were addressed by Dr. lUnderwood on the subject of "Lincoln as a Student." Dr. Underwood told in a forceful way of the great difficulties under which young Lincoln prepared himself for his great work. The pro gram was under the auspices of the Hawthorne and Clarkia Literary so cities, and was as follows. Selection-Orchestra. Gettysburg address-Bess Bradford. Second inaugural address-Arthur O'Rourke. "The Characteris...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

tj b postattlos at Muaoula, p oa thsu wail matter. , .. .........0.7 months ............... $.15 S*nths ................. 4.00 r ... ............. .00 ,on year ............ ... 1.80 adied for foreign countries. . ' TIL H.ONI NUMSER .o... o i* Udterial Rooms UssOaNtISERS' PAPERS tbhe Misoulian is -aioess to give S- bt carrier service; therefore sub. .sub- are requeste4 to report faulty sat eonOs in orring paper Sto new address please give old 1U'"ss aiso. Money orders and checks oWuld be' made payable to The Mis seUan Publishing Company. S..'ATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1909. MORE LIKE IUSINEI4 . The present gait of the legislature IA the poolroom matter indicates that luiaps Montana is not to be left with he stigma upon her name of being tGe only state In the west that coun Meanoes the poolroom evil. There has heen a seemingly needless amount of m)arring over this question in the as embly, but at last there are signs that the legislators have awakened to the tact that something is demanded...

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

Never Before Such :Hosiery Bargains These Values Are Further Proofs of the Wisdom in Waiting forDonohue's Prices Women's 25c .and [35c Hose in plain or ribbed top. The guarantee of our faith in the satisfaction that these hose will give is evidenced by our own name stamped upon them. A superior quality for small money. Double heel and toe and absolutely seamless. Clearance price is 2 pairs for 254, or, pair .................................. 12 1-2 Women's 50c Hose Best maco thread, fast black cotton, with or without split foot as desired, garter top, come in boxes of three pairs. A splendid quality and the best bargain of the season when you con sider the quality and durability. Clearance price, 3 pair for $1.00, or, pair, 33 1-3¢ Children's 25c Ribbed Hose In two classes, the close ribbed or wide ribbed, as you prefer. They are knitted in such a manner as to give them a double reinforced knee and silk finished throughout. A very few 19c hose among this lot to make up com plete siz...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

IK P~PTTICOAT SPECIAL TODAY Just 50 of these Beautiful Taffeta Petticoats--some with embroidery flounce and some plain. JFor Today Only .... $289 THE MARTIN CO.' STIDENTS IN SCHOOLS OF THE CITY PAY TRIBUTE TO LINCOLN'S MEMORY (Continued from Page I.ve.) Reoitation--"When We Are Grown," aix cabildren. urs song. First and Seoond Grades. (hisa Mamie Plant, Teacher.) Bong--"America," school. Re4tation-Vira Bayes. Rsrtatlon--Morgan Campbell. Recitation-Walter Werthen. Recltation-May Alien. Realtation-Charles Derby. SBng-"We Are Little Soldiers," tationm-Luke Harris. R tation-Will Kennedy. Recitation-Agnea Werthen. R ation-Harry Gilmour. tlon-Grace Jesmore. "What I Will Do"-Walter Moody, Marvin Drury, Leo Harris, Clarence Eakins, Louis Lehr, Muriel Horner,. Recitation-Valentine Robinson. Recitation--Sam McClellan. Reacitation-Mabel Smith. Recitation-Gertrude Moody. Recitation-Mildred Bchmell. Song-"There Are Many Flags." Recltation-Maude Drury. Recitation-Tyler Broman. Recitation-Fred Bus...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

STUDENTS PAY TRIBUTE TO _UICOLII (Continued from Page Eight) Song-"Our Nation's Flag," school. "My Flag"-Bernice Williams. "No Month a Prouder Day"-Doro thy Johnson. "Lincoln's Story"-Four girls. "'Tis Splendid to Live So Grandly" -Dorothy Maloney. "A Riddle"-Guy Furnish. "Generosity"-Inis Pigg. "Let Us Be Like Him"-Alice Gran ger. "How Things Seem"--iHarold Grant "Red, White and Blue"-Harry Walraven. "For My Country"-John Britt. Reading-Jean Swayne. "America"-School. (Miss Carrie Craven, Teacher). Song-School. "Was Lincoln King?"--Hllman Er ickson. "The Log Cabin"-Delight Hunt. "February"-Roy Kuhl. Song-School. "For My Country"-Everet Doney. "Lincoln"-Charles Drury. "His Mother"-Lorene Monahan. "His Mother's Influence"-George Sullivan. "The Dog"-Ofial Bricknell. Song-School. "Granting a Pardon"-Margaret O'Mera. Reading-"Lincoln," Velma McDon aid. "Good Habits"-Clarence Engbret soit. "His Slate"-Elvin Adams. Dialogue-"Washington and Lin coin," several children. Song-School. HAWTHORN...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 February 1909

s Best Grocery 1ikt One BestCup of f You Ever Drank D OUa rtoeollct it? ' i .k 't you tried many times since to Iuioat h ftat sartioular flavor s*att e ,,tod your tate? Qi . r.st Irew ia history you W buy a "Find-Out" Paekage em eatd Che eb 3 flavWos e to be foound hn Choose your flavor and you can al ways get it at this store in one and two-pound sealed tins. The brands VISORO-Is the strong and aromat IARRINGTON HALL--Is the stand aid medium. S#ITA--Is the mild and dainty. Old Homestead Horehound Cough Drops lust the thing for coughs and colds Good for grandma, good for mother and the baby and good for us all; in briok, per lab 6S#, or in 10 packages. Telephone Us For anything you need. We de liver without extra coat to any part of the City. Try the tejlephone nuafber 16, and delivery; you will Mlssoula Drug Co. 'ISHE REXALL STORE. Hammond Sloek. Misoule NEW CAR OF DEVOE PAINT JUST ARRIVED. LET US SOLVE YOUR PAINT TROUBLES. SIMONS Paint am Paper House 312 HIggins Ave. II Rugs Never...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

THE WEATHER RE JPU:: _ I THET DAILY MISTCTTAX R Today--f. T Ha jTom mwro - Flr j ··rorY )lWi VOL. XXXV. NO.2. MISOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909. Pg I uv 1Co CANAL WILL BE BUILT DESPITE THE OPPOSITION "I Am Going to Push the Work and Stand Be hind the Men Who Are Doing It," Says Taft. DECLARES TASK IS BEING ACCOMPLISHED HONESTLY President-Elect Urges People to Support the Men Who Are Laboring to Construct the Big Waterway---Goeth als Declares Ships Will Be Running Through the Big Ditch by February 1915. Birmingham,' Feb. 13. - Talkin- through Loilsina, Mississippi and Alabama, President-elect Taft today had the gratification of being heart ily received by large and enthusiastic crowds who had not voted for him. Several times he made his apprecia tion plain. At the same time he left a touch of irony as a reminder that his predictions had surely come true, &nd not only did the south seem will ing to accept him as their president, but his greatest desire was to be ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

Speelal Attractive Investments Block 90, South Missoula; 18 full lots and 4 fractional lots; 12 lots facing on Stevens avenue, that beautiful 124 foot boulevard; 10 lots facing on Edith street. These lots are all level apd excellent laying. They are sure to be on or near the car line running to the fort. They are com paratively close in and there is no question about their rapid increase in value. Price $3,100 for the entire block, on the easy terms of $1,000 cash, balance in one and two years. This block will double in value in one year. The car line will surely do it. Block 99 South Missoula Another Swell Buy This block is situatedl just west' of the south end of Stevens street. It is a triangular block, containing over 7 'Iots, bordering on all sides with 100-foot streets. A good locality; sure to be on the car line or near it. A beauti ful building location. City water will be near or on these lots as soon as the weather will permit. This is a splendid investment. Price $650, on...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

I STARTLING SACRIFICE OF LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUITS No Woman In Missoula Should Miss This Extraordinary One-Day Sale Ladies: On Monday we are going to offer you the greatest opportunity Specials Our yl l Spe ials In Ladies' Furnishings ever known in this or any other city to obtain a high-class tailor-made coat and skirt for less than half cost. We find we have more of these suits SILKS Finle Lawn Waists than we ought to have at this season of the year. Quantites of goods are ar- Hrere are some marvelous values in high-class silks. Ladies' fine lawn waists, with fancy tucked fronts; regular $1.50 value; a riving daily and we need the room, so the order is clear them out, and as Rajah pongee silk, our first shipment Mold out almost as soon as they e -' bargain at .................. ................. . .. ........... u ..76¢i. . a consequence our los is your gain. nd come in all the wanted colors; tnd shipmentlk actheually worth 1.00 a ya; Net W aists These suits come in fine broadclot...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

o: m AIIIIASENMLY WILL NOT , AV TWO TO ACT UPON , ,, MANY MEASUREL t. ý t b The Daily Mtssoulian. 1b. 11--With e.as than so Sthe eleventh ls | *e. blyeand with a total of W-IM introduoed, and but a small of them acted upon finally, it Mg Iltiout to gune what will be toe the great majority. When was taken by both lrMay until Monday afternoon had cleaned up every bill readv r reading, ndl It can be rea, how mnan? there are yet in the s of aonmmittees. The Joint steer tsitxoamtlte will get work the com committee will get to work the week, having already been and It is thought it will en to make a record in the matter t; res it succeeds in forcing to the opinion of a good many peo. I the eleventh assembly had not anythlng in the way of general Y on except enact the anti-pool bill,. it would have been entitled thanks8 of the people. The out aq. ft the fight between the pool. awm peopid and their opponents was li,;8o0Ut until Thursday. The gam bI* element counted on a deadlook e the King ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

Tomorrow We Inaugurate Our Annual I WHITE GOODS SALE . Clouds of beautiful underclothes at prices rarely equaled await the scrutinyA of feminine Missoulians. The counters are piled high with snowiness, mak ing our Dry Goods department the most splendid Underclothes Store Mis soula has ever known. The sale comes a little later than usual, other stores have had their sales, but we have it that the majority of women have pre ferred to await this event---and they were wise to do so; their confidence in our White Goods Sale---in us--will be rewarded in characteristic Missoula Mercantile Co. manner. Better Assortments, Better Styles, Better Qualities, Better Values With Her Eyes Closed a woman can quickly detect the difference in our White Goods Sale garments this year by merely feeling the materials and the embroideries. With her eyes open she will see the whiteness and cleanliness of all the garments, showing that they are new, hence up-to-date patterns; she will delight in the quality ...

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. — 14 February 1909

I Popular Perforated wing tip, and quarterl give "dash" to the P.t Iucher. Rather extreme In style but just what the live, p4todate chap wants. We don't claim a monopoly Site choicest leather or most skilled labor. We do claim fit style--service euuallewd. And the Florsheim reputation backs us up. Neo rSyle aroe Frat 1$5.00 .and ,16.00 THE MARTIN CO. IN THE RAILWAY WORLD APPOINT GENERAL ROADMASTER JOHN M. HURLEY GIVEN SUPER VISION OVER ROCKY MOUN TAIN TRACKS. Amaounoement was made yesterday at the Northern Paclflo headquarters of the appointment of John Hurley to the position of general roadmaster of the Rocky Mountain division, in cheerp ot si1 track maintenance be tween Trout Creek and Helena, in oluding the districts from St. Regis to Paradise on the main line, St. Regis to Wallace on the Coeur d'Alene bmah, from Missoula to Hamilton and Derby on the Bitter Root and dtem Garrison to Butte. In the ad sihietration of the Rocky Mountain divisio's track affairs. Mr. Hurley 1ill have ...

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