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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 February 1909

CLAYBERG'S ANTI-ALIEN LAND BILL INTRODUCED IN THE LOWER HOUSE Measure Provides That Five Years After Its Passage No Foreigner Shall Be the Owner of Property in Mon tana---Styled After Drew's Proposed Law. Special to The Daily Missoullan. Helena, Feb. 17.-The Romney bill, providing for the creation of the office of commissioner of horticulture, is evi dently going to have a rapid passage through the senate. It was introduced yesterday, referred to the committee on horticulture, and today was reported favorably by that committee and or dered printed. It will be finally acted upon in the upper body not later than Monday next, and so far there has been no opposition developed. The senate this afternoon passed, on third reading, Cockrell's bill which amends the local option law. There was no debate on the measure either in committee of the whole or at any other time. But three senators voted in opposition to it, Everett of Chou teau, Fairbanks of Sanders and San ders of Cascade. There we...

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. — 18 February 1909

v- Dally Puzzle GOOD RULE TO FOILýOW Don't. and you'll be alone; For the U. 8. A. will never pay A cent to the Great Unknown. Find another man who does not advertise. Answer' to yesterday's pussle: Upelsae dwn in dress. verOne of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: Forest-Elght. C. W.-Three. Y.-Three. S.--Three. I. F.-Two. R. C. E.-Two. J. J.-One. D. 8.-One. M Z.--One. K. K.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE--4EVEN-ROOM HOUSE. 612 5. 3d. IVE-ROOM' FURNISHED HOUSE. 518 North 4th st. west. FOR SALE-FOUR-ROOM MODERN house. Address C. V., Missoulian. SIX-ROOM HOUSE FOR SALE; close in. Address box 672, Missoula FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 865 Wolf ave. A 40-FOOT LOT, CLOSE TO NEW high school. Address box 672, Mis soula. ROBERT E. DINKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK. MISSOULA, MONTANA. FOR SALE-FOUR. SEVEN, EIGHT an4 12-room houses, ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 February 1909

r* il itROM PAI AWAY MEXICO TeYAA WHATA · AT* We RECVOTI MOftALS. TMT SAYS SU R. LL colima, CotL ep. Mexico. PW..T4M. ~DearS 4n:-Pnlb-Tar-Iloley T g libetraed me from errtain for someweeks wih a ydeath. Glsnlemen, for six it .m Lhufrered from a annoying, baking 04l eougb that attacoed me mor S d ongly on cold nllhts, mak of your Dr. Bell LOTU t mPe uffer Trrte peain. Honey. After a few doen eonsulted all the doctors of onesy muarew ieeed r ad othle city, bdut .oee gave me wha Cogh etoly CIO l. wrmaneon relief. A true tFoaolt, andiel IN rtunedficind reoomm t.hat I I bring uned only the c aar bottle .i nh UbRo It and n an iainc edlble FoduShixer. y doses I oorld id so ml Or.r Dell PineTA TOrNHoney I Poire PhnoTUr ad Pure Howney, combined by a sclmntifio procem with varios other Ingredientb. The contents printed on every bottle. OUR STRONGEST RECOMMENDATION--It Has Been Sldd For Sixteen Year With a Steadily Increasing Sdale. Ask for DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY, And Take No Substitute. Lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 February 1909

s Best Grocery Three Flavors of aker-ized Coffee iOlumnt all the Flavors that are in Pine Coffee. R-lZ describes our method l co@ee. It dlstingulshes Ter . A guarantee of care and . sit that manufacturers gIner £aly a not consider necessary. All 99i0" by the same process that bas made famous 3mbe1 hs Rib Slehhd O t--<.m d) 'hs theb sems and eemaltc HOO008 YOUR FLAVOR bP Sa 'F'nd-Out" package, price 80,c W.oek eoatains three separate boxes --one of each flavor-then for all igwn e can supply you with the Alntleal oeffee you select, put up In be and two-pound cana. Old Homestead Horehound Cough Drops Jast the thing for coughs and oolds. Good for grandma, good for roter anad the baby and good for as lla ta brlok, per lab 25#, or in t*# packages. Telephone Us Ye' anything you need. We de lver without extra cost to any part of the oity. Try the telephone auntber 1i, and delivery; you will Uke It. Missoula Drug Co. PHI RIXALL STORIL Nammend Blomk. Missoula A Good Polishing Oil 'There ar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

THE WEATHER RED A-PLU$ Today-Patly cloudy. £ T TEE DAILY MISSOUmIAoN VOL. XXXV. NO. 290. MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1909. PRICE v .I . THE WHIPPING POST BILL IS PASSED BY THE HOUSE Despite Strong Opposition Measure Receives Safe Majprity and Women Applaud. ACT PROVIDES SEVERE PENALTY FOR WIFE BEATERS Also Prescribes Lashing for "Secretaries"---Adverse Action on Miscegenation Bill Is Reconsidered---Legislators Leave This Morning for Missoula to At tend the University Exercises. Special to ehe Daily Missoulian. Helena, Feb. 18.-There will be but few members of the legislature but will attend the Charter day exercises at the University of Montana. Both branches today adopted a concurrent resolution providing that when the legislature adjourns it will be until Tuesday afternoon. The members will leave here in the morning for Mis soula and some of them expect to re main in the Garden city over Sunday. There were things doing in the house today. It began this morning ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

A Splendid Dome Bay on South Sixth St. I am offering a good 6 room house, modern, with porcelain bath, furniture, electric lights, cellar, good range, on a 50x130 lot, close in, on South Sixth street, for $3,000, on terms of $1,000 cash, balance long time. Why pay rent when snaps like this stare you in the face? Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. BUILDING ACTIVITY UNDIMINISHED WINTER WEATHER DOES NOT SEEM TO AFFECT BUILDING OPERATIONS. The good weather which has pre valled so far this winter has been in valuable to those who have buildings in the course of construction, and the builders all over the city have been making the best of the opportunity with the result that with one or two exceptions all of the big buildings now in course of construction are under cover and prepared for any sort of bad weather. The Lucy block on the corner of Pine street and Higgins avenue, which was the chief sufferer in the last storm, is now ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

Some Corset Dont's Don't go to your tailor with an old, soft, ill-fitting corset and expect to get the same results that your well-formed sister would get. Have your figure and corset in perfect condition, then take care of your gown. Don't buy a particular model because it looks well on another woman, as it may not look well on you. Don't wear one corset all the time and expect it to wear a year-it is cheaper to have two or three corsets on hand. Give your corset an airing, straighten out the bones, roll it up, let it rest for a day-it will give much longer service. Don't have your gown fitted first and then buy your cor set-get your corset first and then your gown will fit. Don't go to a store where the main object of the saleslady is to sell you a higher priced corset than you care to buy. Go to The Martin Co. and get the American Lady Corset and get a model that will suit your individual figure-no matter whether the price is high or low. The newest models of the famous American ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

every bay in thhe ear. 1tg; UPea sWme Co. : street, Mi/ ld at the postoffle at Missouls, S, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advasse) oe taonth ...... .....$0.7i three months ........... 2.26 six months ............... 4.00 de year ................ 8.00 one year ............. . 1.50 Ptage added for freilgn countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Dliness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub setrbers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old ui4dfs also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis soelilan Publishing Company. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1909. WELCOME. Missoula welcomes today the mem bers of the legislature who are to be bWe to participate In the exercises of r day at the state university later, to join us in the annual Md Apple banquet. The city hopes itat every member of the eleventh lasembly will be here an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

TELLS OF TRAVELS OVER WORLD ALLEGED BLACKMAILER BLED 80 SAYS HE HAS TRAVELED AROUND THE EARTH. Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 18.-Robert Benjamin Bledso, who confessed his identity last night, gave a number of additional facts to the police today. Bledso is the man who tried to extort $7,000 from Lawrence M. Jones, the millionaire marchant, by the use of a dynamite bomb. Bledso said he was well known in Dallas, Texas, leaving Dallas about 1900. He since has had a strange career. He has been around the world and has worked for many firms in California and Wyoming. In 1904 he was employed by Ed Olney at the latter's horse ranch at Pierre, S. D. Bledso says his hair changes color. Sometimes it is reddish and at times black. This latter statement leads the police to believe that Bledso dyed his hair, which is now black, and the of ficials are still Inclined to doubt his story. Bledso said that in 1903 he was em ployed at the old Napoleon mine, near Angles, Cal., under the name of Bob Arthur. He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

Daily Puzzle ~1. , MY NEW GIRL. Her blue eyes mind me of a doll. Her flaxen braids are fair to see; 'Tis truth to may that, all in all, She's Just as Swede as she can be. Find her lover. Anawer to yesterday's puzsle: Left side down under chair. SA One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you OET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remaln in this offio as follows: Forest-Eliht. C. W.-Three. T.-Three. D.-Three. U. F.-Two. R. C. E.-Two. J. J.-One. D. 8.-One. S 5.-One. C. V.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE, FOR BALE-SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE. 612 8. 3d. FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. 518 North 4th st. west. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. A 40-FOOT LOT, CLOSE TO NEW high school. Address box 672, Mis souls. 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 8-room house, 20 lots in Lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS ACTIYE STAGNANT SPIRIT OF PAST FEW DAYS GIVES PLACE TO SHOW ING OF ENERGY. New York, Feb. 18.-The stagnation that has prevailed in the stock mar ket was changed today Into an active selling movement without any coun terbalancing demand to meet it. A severe inroad on prices was the con sequence. The whole market hinged on the developments in the steel trade. While no formal announcement was made during the session of the stock exchange, it was generally known that conferences were going on among of ficials of the United States Steel cor poration, which were likely to issue changes in the schedule of prices which had been firmly held by the corpora tion. The notable effect on sentiment produced by this development owed its depth to its abrupt reversal from the supposed determination of the corpor ation to hold its former policy. Re ports that independent steel companies were making concessions and were getting what business was going on were met by deprecatory comment...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 February 1909

LY'S 's Best Grocery Three Flavors of Sker-Ized Coffee iYS:"Sall the Flavors that are in Fine Coffee. MAMR-ItzRD describes our method q i coffee. It distinguishes A guarantee of care and =that mnuuacturers gener t cons.ler necessary. All by the same process that Mai. tfamous Ishe mssawmd meemade 04M00 YOUR FLAVOR from a "Find-Out" package, price 3Oc, whh contains three separate boxes -one of each flavor-then for all tae we can supply you with the tentlesl ooffee you select, put up in one and two-pound oans. Perfect Stationery Your letters represent you where you cannot be personally. They ought to convey as favorable an Impression as you yourself would amse. Up-to-date stationery does not eost much more than the or dinary and repays by the assurance that your letters are on paper ot cooMect form. Then why not come to us? We are showing the ad Va6 sizes and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. In all sise boxes, by the pound and in tablet form. Our c0e box papers represent a variety of colors ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

THE I- DAILY MISSOULIAN VOL. XXXV. NO. 291. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 20, 1909. PRICE FIY LEGISLATORS ATTEND DEDICATION OF NEW LIBRARY AND ARE GUESTS AT SUMPTUOUS RED APPLE BANQUE GOVERNOR EDWIN L. NORRI. FORMALLY DEDICATE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY Dr. Oscar J. Craig Presents New Institution to Governor Edwin L. Norris Who Conveys Keys to President C. A. Duniway---Ceremonies Marked by Splendid Addresses Made by Drs. Craig and Duniway and Governor Norris- Members of State Legislature Witness Formalities in Body. The official dedication exercises of the new library building at the uni versity were begun at $:30 yesterday afternoon, beirg delayed somewhat on account of the later ese of the arrival of Governor Edwin L. Norris and his party, consisting of Lieutenant Gover ior W. R. Allen, Senator Edward F. Donlan and members of the legisla ture, who came over from Helena to assist in the dedication. The appearance of Governor Norris and Dre. Duniway and Craig in the assembly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

ASplendid louse DBuy on South Six h St. f I " am offering a good 6 room house, modern, with porcelain bath, furniture, electric lights, cellar, good range, on a 50x130 lot, close in, on South Sixth Sltreet, for $3,000, on terms of $1,000 cash, balance long time. Why pay rent when snaps like this stare you in the face? Jas. . PRhoades "i AL ESTATE AND INSLRANCE DEALER. I11 Higgins Avenue. Phone 872 HAMMOND BLOCK. ICIAlRE M'GEE KILLS HIMSELF DOIPONDENT BECAUSE W[lET HEART JILTED HIM, YOUNG . MAN COMMITS SUICIDE. Cosnvl eed that, as his sweetheart ha4 spurned his atfections, life was no teager worth the living, Claire Mc Gee, 1h years old, killed himself yes terday afternoon at the residence of his mother, Mrs. Thomas Lewis, at 717 South First street. The body of the young man, with a bullet from a 21 ealiber revolver through his heart, was found at 5:05 yesterday afternoon and it iS supposed that the suicide was committed about 20 minutes be fore that time. There was but one chamber e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

END OF THE SEASON SALE Remember This End of the Season Sale Will Last for Ten Days Only M isse ' W offer a quantit" of this i r's lat' An Extraordinary Offering in t 'Bla krtun styles in high-class Misses' Suits. These A Oing f ur dollars go fairth r than they have ever gone B S come in fancy worsteds and kersey cloths, before, in black skirts, too; an every-day neees lined with fine quality satin, and the colors T A D I' sity to every woman; these ,ire very handsome are gray, brown, blue and fancy ..j I in appearance, made to hang well and of ma S uplaids; various sizes. The regular 9 terials that will iteanr, such as price of these has been $18.50; a 1Kas. brilliantins and fi Syour choice of the entire lot today $ " eulirn; the i0al( toa run to 8.i0. for ...................... .. . .............. "lfI ch ic oda fo ..........U.. Clearance Sale of Shoesle Ontpeurn i Cltearance Sale of Shoes Ladies, it is seldom that you see printed such an exceptional op- Men's Hats Cheap Special Sa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

fltnU TJOULIAN rfibe _vy In the twr. AN PUBI$SING CO. tI a West Mot Street, Mis . ... . .W a, Montb l .... WatereG at the postoffice at Missoula, o.ataai, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) one month ................$0.75 three months ............... 2.25 lsx months ................. 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 one year .................. 1.50 ]Be8tat added for ·freign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Beakaead Office 110 Editorial Rooms $USCRIBERS' PAPERS Shb MliSoIlian Is anxious to give the bat oalrier service; therefore sub peibeft are requested to report faulty at. once. In ordering paper a to new address please give old addtss also. Money orders and checks ouIaM be made payable to The Mis Eslian Publishing Company. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1909. THE BANQUET. As an attractive feature of Mis atala's calendar, the Red Apple ban qget must be given a permanent place. Last night's affair at Ye Olde 11n was in all respects a delightful oocasion; it brought...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

Clothing Clearance MWtAIIIA MERCANTILE en White Goods Slec ....e. MISSOULA MERCANTILE COC oncl As Good as Ever Co SATURDAY SPECIALS Men's Sweaters Women's Shoes 100 of Them at Half Price Boy's Shoes Regular $3.50 and $4 Values $1.45 IBoys' Shoes will march out We have rounded up all our Men's Sweaters and the bunch, 100 todli to the quickstep music of All broken lines and odd lots of Women's Kid Lace Shoes, made with garments, will go on sale this morning at just ONE-HALF their regu- ixtr.e l low prices. lar selling prices. Th 'y are good all-wool garments, in plain and turned soles, in sizes 2 1-2, 3 and 31-2, are grouped into a single lot fancy colors and in fancy combinations; almost all sizes, but very for today's selling at less than half price. The styles are goold, and few of some. the materials and. workmanship are strictly first-class, some of the Regular $1.50 Sweaters, Re75e gular $4.$2.00 Swmeatrs 00 11iaktel' ill the country being iprep,,l'nted iii Ii toffering. It is t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

SWEtMI COURT HANDS DOWN OPINION IN CASE OF JOHN QARWOOD VS. OTHERL to ihie Baily Miusoullan. Feb. i.--.Tllh supreme court down an opinion today in the oew oCp a~ John L. Garwood Wattee Corbett, W. 8. Tal ae Dygert and Barton - snit brought to recover gsLge. The plaintiff alleges 4Blt feadents Induced him to $i e Utploymenet as a stationary .h Butte and go to South ud., to .tel stock in the Butte e Copper Mining company, S pany, whkit it is alleged, had esistence ia, lt. The judgment d in the Sliver Bow district o awarded doarw damages of $1. tfronm each of the plaintiffs. The pntifft made a motion for a new tri which Judge Bourqtun granted. Itoi fromn the order granting a new that the plaintiff appealed. In o opinion rendered today by Justice 90ltk the supreme court affirms the fisr granting a new trial. tFrO BUILD MORMON TEMPLE. n ,rancisco. Feb. 19.--Accor4ing Wta.Dlder H. A. Smith of the Latter BD Saints, who is in this city, a *rmon temple is to be built in San l.uncisco with mo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

Final Clearance Saturday ad Mond y The Greatest Sale Missoula Has Ever Known Ends With T Days of Astounding Reductions CLEARANCE OF ALL REMNANT All former prices, whether clearance or otherwise, have been lost sight of, and all Not a Remnant Left After Such Prices as Thee wares are re-marked still lower to guarantee a clean sweep, the truth of which these prices will bear witness. Only two more days, and this great sale will be a pleasant Dress Goods Remnants 29c Silk Remnants Very Low All remnants now left in the great sale are Only a few pieces left, but none are worth less rememberance, and will have passed into history as a notable achievement in the forced out by a price ridiculously low. Plain than $1.00 a yard; good widths. If you would or fancy patterns of Henrietta, mohair, Pan- secure one of these prizes, be here early, for the power of vaiue giving. As a further proof of our worthiness of the confidence of ama, voile and check suiting, worth to $1.50 a Final Clearance pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

MEN FOR $12.50 We give you your unrestricted choice of any of our men's winter suits. This includes each and every win ter suit in the store. None of these suits have sold for less than $20.00 and the majority of them are suits that have sold up to $27.50. Your unrestricted choice for Hatulrday .. .......... ................1........... 12.50 NOW, MEN, if you are looking for a strictly high grade suit, made by one of the best clothing manufma turers in the country, here is your opportunity. We must make "room for our spring goods. 85e 48e 48c Underwear Special Men's Dress Shirts Men's Work Shirts Regular $1.2d5 ibbed Wool Odd and broken lines are in- Regular 75e sellers for to. Underwear today at the re markably low price of 85c. eluded in this lot. Some day only. This is a hummer. sold as high as $1.25. Regular 75e sellers at....48¢ 5#a pair forThe MarCo 5 a pair for Men's Canvas Men's Canvas 3loves. Mloves. SPECULATION HALTS SUDDENLY LATEST DEVELOPMENTS IN IRON AND STEEL INDUSTRY ...

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