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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

-4 Never Before Such Final Great Clearance Clearance Prices Hosiery Most Extraordinar onth Bargains And Savings Greater Than Ever Second Foor Women's $L50 Waists 98c These Values Are Further Proofs of the , Wisdom ii WaitingforDonohue'sPrices Bargains Have Been Replenished and New Bargains Added in In black sateen or madras of tan, blue and Each Department gray stripes and linen collars. The uateua ch Department waists are beautifully tucked and pleated and We think it no more than right to reserve some of our beat values for the last week of our sale for oune out. both are rousing good values. Women should 12Kc for Women's 25c and 35c Hose of-town customers, who were at some disadvantage in getting here for the opening. In view of this fact, bargains seize this opportunity to secure good, practi In plain or ribbed top. The guarantee of our are heavily eplenished and new ones are added, so that savings are as great now as the first days of the great pricel and durable waists while t...

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. — 14 February 1909

S it Grocery One Best Cup of feYu Ever Drank SM t-1ae t Itt Io, tried many times since tht particular flavor ad sauited your taste? UE ot the bet Wa be boad in your flavor and you can al get It at this store In one and tw~-pou.d sealed tins. The brands age: TVORlO-Is the strong and aromat i MRRINGTON HALL-Is the stand atr pedlaum SI rTA-.Is the mild and dainty. Old Homestead Horehound Cough Drops mist the thing for coughs and 0o0s. Good for grandma, good for I s and the baby and good for ; lt brick, per lab 25#, or in X.elephone Us 1or anything you need. We do Mv without extra cost to any part nd otey. Try the telephone ber 1it and delivery; you will' Missola Drug Co. PHIS REXALL STORE.. asmmend Bloek. Mileseela A Good Polishing Oil There are probalty a thousand "fur-. diure polishes" on the market, and not over half a dosen of them are wqrth wasting a bottle on. We have a good polishing, oil\ we have all kinds of varnish ahd know what to do to varnish to make it bright and clean. T...

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. — 14 February 1909

I Eo,.A.L 51 THE DAILY MISSOU LIAN MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 14, 1909. THE BIG DITCH THAT UNCLE SAM IS DIGGING AND THE STORY OF HOW HE CAME TO DO IT A most thorough and Interesting discussion of the Panama canal, of the great engineering project that the United States government has under taken for the purpose of aiding the maritime commerce of the world, was recently presented to a party of friends assembled at the home of W. F. Carey, by W. E. Dauchy, division engineer for the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul. The paper read by Mr. Dauchy is one of the clearest presentatidns of the various phases of the work in the canal zone that has ever been written; because of his connection as acting chlef engineer of this vast project and because of the propinent positions he has long held in engineering circles there is no Individual who is better qualified to render expert opinion upon this subject. Previous to Mr. Dauchy's connection with the canal he was chief engineer...

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. — 14 February 1909

iY ~4 A CONSIDERABLE proportion of our American holidays are, be fore all else, children's festivals that is, children derive the most enjoy meat from their observance. How ever, the one observance that is not only preeminently, but almost univer sally a young people's holiday, is St. Valentine's day. The devotees of the February feast of sentiment include all members of the junior generation from little tots too young to under stEnd the significance of the exchange of pretty pictures to young men and young women who take advantage of the license of this occlsion to make moro or less veiled declarations of regard or the reverse. Oddly enough the origin of St. Val entine's day would seem to give little warrant for the modern custom of ex changing on February 14 missives and epistles, either comic or sentimental Certainly there was naught in the life of Saint Valentine, a bishop or pope of Rome, to suggest the promiscuous dispatch of tokens wherein are con veyed in prose, in verse or ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

il t{ " :ý z,.. The-: - ··-·Ne : ' Over ad Unde Tunic Eff T HE lucky people who can snap their fingers at winterl The happy folk who, leaving behind the rigors and shivers of Jack Frost, may revel in blue skies and bluer seas and the renewed joy of green things a-growing! The thrice happy womankind who are granted more than their rightful share of enjoyment of the filmy, fluffy,. diaphanous things in which womankind is doubly allur ing. For at Palm Ileach summer frocks and summer fabrics come into their own again, and whether one sails into the summerland on one of the luxu rious steamers which take one Into a rising temperature by appreciable de grees, or is whisked overnight from zero to 70 on a wonderful vestibuled fairy express, many trunks go along, full to the ribbon-latticed lids, with brand-new, pretty summery things. Palm Beach Sets the Summer Pace. After Christmas the shlops begin to make brave showings of Palm Beach hats, frocks and shoes. Summery fab rics follow, parasol...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

" Pe"b"e very Day . the Year. X 10ousem e Co. to, 49l~ Wstallr oa n tra t "lL ii le pottoe at Masoela, as seoea-cias mail matter. GUNOUJIPTION RATES (t Advanee) %Le* months !i. .3 al maonthL ............... 4)W S .................. L.$ ld for torean countries. TEIffION NUM3II Busms o Qtle 11 Iuittorial Rooms VUOt8RI3ERf PAPERS tip Missoulan Is analoaUs to give the wa earer aservice: therefore sub da requested to report faulty uiwir~t ea. In orderin paper obsad to new address please give old dde alsa. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis toolae Publlaing Company. sit)3AZt FRBRUARY 14, 1900. , _ i_ '_: _=m== = PASSING EVENTS Flrer.ay's second week possessed little of the midwinter dullness which genetally characterises it and the third week gives promise of being more than ordinarily active. The ap proaeb of the end of the Roosevelt administration with the desire on the part of the president to dispose of some matters that are pending is ac countable for the livel...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

.Ty ,Inappreciation or carelessnss or bad manners, which of the three do you think it is?" inquired a matron who is prominent in Missoula society. "Possibly all three," answered her guest, "but really, would you mind telling me about what you are talk ing?" "Not at all: I meant only the man ner in which the unmarried young man of Missoula disregard one of the common courtesies. I will not say all of the young men, that's almost too broad, but not very much, either. You remember, I suppose, that dinner I gave more than a month ago? The one for the younger Y.eople" Well, you would suppose that every blessed one of those young men would have paid his party call by now, wouldn't, you? Do you know that not more than one or two have been near my house since? When I was first in Missoula, when I was almost a strang er, I worried myself almost sick once about this very thing. Now, I'm getting accustomed to it. No matter what the cause, I think it's bad form. "Then there's another thing. You...

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

4~ ý14ý > ýý ýa. ý;° YAK x f ý , A&WT ~ ~ Y~t .MIwEýM.. ý ý W . 13 ý` / I S'.)ý#ý x ý " Piý { .R I w* vY ý ?lr fT Z 4, P1 it ýý 'ýº ° r a:ý' .ý '" re- ý; is 70! ! a~x "e ýi ý .. ýNr" ki , '2ptr 07,I;- · ~ :~~: ;:i ''- ·; / ý'ý'ý ý"'iTMS, ,u zY "ý.'`.., ý ý/ /%Iii < ý .'1. / ! /ý// , LBTiL',.D In one of the most plo N resque spots of Guilford coun ty, North Carolina, Is to be LoSed the only battlefield of the Rev obttloaary war that has been marked and prescrlbed. This beautiful and historic 'field is the one on which the battle of Gulford court house was fought, one of the most important In that struggle resulting in the freedom of this nation and the Independence of its people. The preservation of this hallowed field is due to the Individual efforts of a little band of patriotic North Carolinlans, 'actuated by a desire to perpetuate the valor of their fore bears. As a result, after a tremend ous sacrifice of time and purse, the field is dotted here and there with noble ar...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

EXPECTED COWBOYS AND INDIANS BILLY SUNDAY. MUCH SURPRISED TO FIND CIVILIZED PEOPLE IN SPOKANE. Spokane, Feb. 13.-There is some thing about the conversion of Rev. Billy" Sunday, who has just closed a series of revival meetings in the tabernacle. where he added 5,786 names to the church membership of Spokane since December.26. The ex-baseballist became a full-fledged "booster" at a farewell luncheon in honor of himself and his family in the Hall of the Doges, where 250 men, representing every branch of commercial, indus trial, financial and professional ac tivity in the city, were hosts. R. B. Paterson, who presided, invested the evengelist with the 150,000 club trian gle, prior to which Sunday testified in open meeting, saying in part: "Spokane has been a revelation to me. I came out here expecting to find every man wearing spurs on his boots, a sombrero on his heand and a gun strapped to his hip. I had an idea everything was wild and wooly and waist-deep in sin and vice. I was dumb-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 February 1909

.. i r. f.Ot the formal opening of the thlater' n plain sight, comes an bit of news that will be wel by the theatergoers of MisN 5I9l matter of fact, there are to !ocements that will interest 14eWa of the stage; both are sat nra ti : w, and still their confir iatto.oe dome but very recently. lIanage la.rnol has announced that Miseoua has been placed on the Sul ,tlaa &id Consldine circuit and that vtaudevlle of the best sort will pre viat the Union theater from passing into oblivion or some such thing. Vkudevllke in the Union will open on Saturday, lFebruary 20. This is, however, only half of the pteepect ahead of the Garden city patrons of things theatrical. Another strong vaudeville circuit is to enter Missoula within a short time. Simons A Stephens, who introduced vaudeville earlier in the season, made announce ment yesterday of the fact that they have enteied into contract for the right to book attractions of the Or phonls circuit, recognised as one of the strongest in this c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 February 1909

THE WEATHERRE! Tody-robably now DAILY MISSOULANM Tomorrow-fdri; wa'rme . s Is bse ar VOL. (XXV. NO. 286. MIBSSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNINGL, FEBRUARY 15, 1909. PRICE . .##7 ROOT INOORSED ON LIBERIA PLAN BOOKER T. WASHINGTON SAYS THAT FORMER SECRETARY HAS GOOD IDEA. COLONY IS IN BAD SHAPE Negro Educator Expresses Opinion That Government of This Country Owes Support to Blaoks in Africa Thinks United States Should Ap point Board of Commissioners. New York, Feb. 14.-Indorsing the view of former Secretary Root that Liberia is an American colony, Book er T. Washlgton tonight declared that the situation in the African re public was serious and that the United States was in duty bound to render practical assistance to Liberia, which was established in 1819 by the United States government. Mr. Washington said: Condition Is Serious. "The present condition of Liberia is serious. There are about 40,000 civ ilized negroes who have emigrated from the United States or as descend ants of people wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 February 1909

WO Special Attractive Investments Iocek 90, south Misula; 18 full lots and 4 fractional lots; 12 lots facing on Stevens avenue, that beautiful 124. toot boulevard; 10 lota facing on Edith street. These lots are all level and 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 tapid increase in value. Price $8,100 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 situated just west of the south end of Stevens street. It is a triangular block, containing over 7 lots, 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 ots as soon as the weather will permit. This is a splendid investment. Price $650, on t...

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. — 15 February 1909

CYPHERS MODEL INCUBATORS In these machines you get the results of twenty years' experience of the most successful Incubator designer and builder ever known-Charles A. Cyphers. The "MODEL" is presented as the most perfect machine ever offered for hatching purposes, a machine carrying the personal guar antee of Mr. Cyphers as follows: MY GUARANTEE I guarantee the Model Incubator to be as represented In every particular. I guarantee that the Model Incubator will hold a more even tem perature, with less attention, than any other make of Incubator. I guarantee that the Model Incubator, when run in competition with another make, shall, in three or more hatches, bring out a larger percentage of the fertile egda in strong, healthy chicks or ducklings than does its competitor. e I guarantee the Model Incubator to satisfy each and every cus tomer. In Construction, Insulation, Heater, Heat Regulation and Circulation, the MODEL has no equal on the market. It has patented features that put it he...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 15 February 1909

r~I~~aL y n 8MNG CO. p.M w st Masa 3re W a aseteda m matter bftSORWFYION ,runs S1 months ................. 4.00 . one year .................. .00 SOne year .. ................ 1.60 added for nrotgn countries. TULRPnONE NUMBER S M Ioe 110 Editorlal Rooms SUCRISERS' PAPERS . 1 MIessoultan Is anxious to give bet crrier service; therefore sub are requested to report faulty at once. n ordering paper to new addresu please give old also. Money orders and checks be made payable to The Mis Publiteing Company. M-ONDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1303. S THE SMOKE CASE. Sis the week which was set by Litt tfor further hearing of smoke case with a view to deter liSg what, it any, means can be spted by the smelter at Anaconda purify the smoke from the big stack d' that its Injury to the farms of the Der Lodge valley will be reduced to mtalaimum. In his review of the sit . daon in the valley below the Wash ~ plant, judge Hunt expressed the be It that there might be some means .mnd by which the objectionable fea...

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. — 15 February 1909

This Morning We Inaugurate Our Annual WHITE _ GOODS T7 SALE Clouds of beautiful underclothes at prices rarely equaled await the scrutiny 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 patteri; she will delight in the qual...

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. — 15 February 1909

rat Blucher Is Popular jPrforated wing tip, and m give "dash" to the S Blacher. Rather extreme in style but just what the live, te chap wants. I don't daim a monopoly i the choicest leather or most skilled labor. We do claim fit style-ervi ce usneualled. And the Florsheim reputation backs 's up. MoSt lefr ar The Frat fls.Oo and ,6.00 O THE MARTIN CO. II THE THEATERS '.he Cohan & Harris comedians, headed by Robert Ober, will present ".ewster's Millions" at the new Her neoi theater February 25. This splen did play set all New York laughing last season and developed into one df the most favored entertainments of the year. Besides its originality in dop struction, plot and story, it con tains a mervelous scenic effect and is 4eioribed and commented upon as one of the wittiest comedies produced in a decade. "The Flower of the Rsnoh." The Landard of excellence in the theetrleal world is being elevated ev er* year, and season after season, we find all of the big managers planning for e...

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

Never Before Such Final Great Clearance Clearance Priict Hosiery Most Extraordinaryos Bargains And Savings Greater Than EverSecond loor of And Grae Women's $L50 Waists 98 These Values Are Further Proofs of the " Wisdom in WaitingforDonohue's Prices Bargains Have Been Replenished and New Bargains Added in Il black sateen or madras of tan, be d Each Department gray stripes and linen collars. Tbl at waists are beautifully tucked and pleated and We think it no more than right to reserve some of our best values for the last week of our sale for one out- both are rousing good values. Women should 12)c for Women's 25c and 35c Hose of-town customers, who were at some disadvantage in getting here for the opening. In view of this fact, bargains seize this opportunity to secure good, praet In plain or ribbed top. The guarantee of our are heavily replenished and new ones are added, so that savings are as great now as the first days of the great price isand durable waiti ihheloeohenre faith in t...

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. — 15 February 1909

's Grocery Oneest Cp o Yoe Ever Drank tientm e many time. ines that partimlar flaves o Iiand o nyou itt ore e a nd & PFini*Oh aokag. B 3 >e lýd of the best ,tiersw to be found In Co yeaor flavor and you can al iAit at this store in one and sealed tins. The brands ORO-I the strong and aromat I bRINTQON HAlL-Ts the stand. rm the mild and dainty. Id Homestead Iorehound ugh Drops the thing for coughs and frw grandma, gooe toe Sthe baby and good for i 10 brick, per lab 54., or in STelepho.e Us w anything you need. We de. vsrw withmdt extra cost to any part Sthe city. Try the telephone r . , and delivery; you will ag C.is 7W9 RIXALL tORRU.$ im tead Sleek. Missoul A Good Po lshnt Oil here are probably a thousand "fur polishes" on the moariet, and over half a dogpn of thgmlr are wasting a bottle on. e have a good polishing oil; we hlhe all kinds of varnish op, jhnow in-t to do to varnese to make it --ght and clean. The sale of Lemon Polishing Oil l a Vary small affair In the midt of ...

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. — 16 February 1909

THE WEATHTHE DAILY MISSOULIAN RED TVOL XXXVda-r. kNO. 287. IOULA ONTANA TUEDAY MORNIN, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. PRICE To -or -Far. le also a 1. VOL. XXXV. NO. 287. MIBSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1909. PRICE . c DIXON STARTS A SPIRITED DEBATE MONTANA SENATOR PRECIPI TATES SHARP DISCUSSION OF NAVAL METHODS. QUOTES SOME CRITICISMS His 'Reference to an Artiole Charging That Ten or -Twelve Members of Committee Have Navy Yards in Their States Calls Forth Fiery Re marks on the Part of Other Senators. Washington, Feb. 15.---Senator Dixon of Montana provoked sharp criticism of naval methods in the senate, today when he referred to magazine articles making special strictures upon con struction at navy yards. He quoted an article charging that 10 or 12 mem bers of the naval affairs committee of the senate had navy yards in their states. Mr. Clapp said if the senate con tinued to protest against these appro priations without cutting them down, the aggregate would continue to in crea...

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. — 16 February 1909

ie dis sh4 tlc. property on street Ik f ~robuilt oq thll morning two lots 40x130 SJfaIs qn South Tons oi e 5 block o wlltng mill, ner the store on the cor ner. There are cement bal cash, if desired. Jas. M. Rhloades (WAL E$I ATE AND INWURANCE DEALER. 41t Iiggins Avienu. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. COLONEL MARSHALL IS HONORED APPOINTED A MEMBER OF THE RECEPTION COMMITTEE AT TAFT INAUGURAL. Colonel Marshall has been honored by appointmlent to membership upon the inaugural reception committee, which will be the directing organisa Alin of the ceremonies inducting Mr. Watt into the office of president next toath. The notification came yester day in a letter from Theodore W. Noeyes, chairman of the committee. 'r:'he honor is a distinguished compli a.ent. It is understood that Colonel Marshabll and Judge Hunt of the fed -eral court will be the representatives I of Montana upon this committee. To I otimel Marshall the appointment comes as deserved recognition of his I services as national comm...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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