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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

VWith grateful aclknowledgment for their confidence to the holders of its 9,960,106 Policies, the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company presents the following summnary of its condition end aifnh for the year ended December 31, 1908, showing it to have been THE BEST YEAR IN THE COMPANY'S HISTORY RESOURCES ASSETS, $236,927,361.19 OBLIGATIONS Dividends Aportioned, payable 1909, on Partic-. . United States, City and R. R. Bonds, and Stocks. $99,630,935.56 The Metropolitan paid its Policy-holders in 1908 for Death pating Policies, Intermediate Branch . . ..$1,32,7220 Bonds and Mortgages ......... 90,795,319.02 Claims, Endowments, Annuities, Paid-up Policies, Divi- Same on Participating Policies, Ordinary Dept.. 1,203.73 ".Real .. Estate...224d4,627.78 ends, Bonuses, etc., with the amount set aside on (Nor Nrly al this Campany's Ordinay PIolices arNo;Prudpstdai|egat ea te . . . . . . . . . 22,444,627.78 their behalf as increased Reserve at low rate of premium.) Demand Loans on Collateral .....

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. — 20 February 1909

Daily Puzzle THE WAY IT GORIS Hle boasted that he took it straight, RsIt.rsl thus to his petation, Yet undulating was his gait In subsequent perambulation. (Fnd another rounder. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle.-UpsIld down, against chin. - ..+ , . . f One of todays little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you *ET-YOUR ANSWERS. AnsWers to classified ad remain in thl olfloe as follows: Pbre -ight. C. W.-Three. T.--Thae. D.-Three. U. F.- .vo. R. C. E.-Two. J. J.-O'as. D. 8.-One. . 8.-,Otae. C. V,-One. lj FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE--EVEN-ROOM HOUSE. 613 S Id. FIVE-ROOM FURNISHED HOUSE. 518 North 4th st. west. 'FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tags. Particulars at 885 Wolf ave. ROBERT E. DINKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK MIBBOULA, MONTANA. FOR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 1S-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfuralshed as preferred; also 8.room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South T...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

4 Y. of tMrno .2 r . . - *.. . mm52 m A .. ' ;R~ilY~ 35ir~cZ L1 ~ 7~R~lt72 j4 S W1TZERLAND may well be called the diadem of the world; no other country has so great a va riety and grandeur of scenery. In this small republic are seen jagged peaks, snow-covered mountains, defiant gla ciers, fertile hills, rushing waterfalls, placid lakes and fertile valleys. No where do the forces of nature blend more harmoniously. The tourist starts for a trip on the Vierwaldstattersee to enjoy the shimmering waters of the four-armed lake when he is enchanted by a chaplet of mountains encircling the Waters. He wanders about the fer tile valleys of Schaffhausen and is sur prised by the rushing waters of the Rhine-falle, he goes up to the moun tains of St. Moritz and finds a placid lake several thousand feet above sea level. Proud though the Swiss people are of this grandeur it is their mountains they love most, for these sublime, de fiant ranges have stood watch more loyally against foreign invasion d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 20 February 1909

is ttum*s he UTjb4, p u ss ot StuelCat Cofle. o rner wandow and ca sad btaoOet on good ooife t ak eancy saiead peaches, can ....1S+ lled Pineapple, cans .....5 Dates Imported, a lbs .......35 MORRELLS Fancy Hams and S ea,. extra fancy mat, sliced ham, ohipped beef and sliced bacon, in PINNIN HADOIE, La ..9O0 rilsered salmon, lb ......... retpa Chinook salmon. lb ....36* Flour! Flour! We still-haw the record for the beht flour milled. Ceretana is the veerite with the beet bread mak eril sack ... .............. 1.90 m- Stem; sack .......... 1.50 ItI BUIY s OORNtR Phoe" Perfect Stationery Tees letters represent you where ei cannot be personally. They 4ht to convey as favorable an aimptereon as you yourself would shPe. Up-to-date stationery does tedt Ocat much mere than the or a S d repays by the assurance tMYt ar letters are on paper of ONiN'rt form. Then why not come to us? We are showing the ad ewnee sles and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. Ia ael lsei boxes, by the pound and .I tablet fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

THE WEATHER RED DAILY THE DAILY MISS •IA T fomorrowJrTr.H VT [T AN VOL. XXXV. NO. 292. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1909. PRIOE FIY ' WOULD DEFEAT 'UNDESIRABLE MEASURE RESIDENTS OF BITTER ROOT ARE ANXIOUS TO HAVE SENATE BILL NO. 18 KILLED. MASS MEET[ING IS HELL At Request of Senator Miles Romney, People of Hamilton and Vioinity Gather and piscuss Merits of Pro ppsed Act-Unalterable Opposition to Such a Law Is Developed. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Hamilton, Feb. 20.-There was an other mass meeting held here tonight for the discussion of Senate Bill 18, which has aroused so much interest in the valley this week and which is opposed by a great majority of the people of the Bitter Root. This meet ing was called by Senator Miles Rom ney, who returned home from Helena last night, and who today circulated handbills, requesting the people of Hamilton and vicinity to meet tonight And explain to him wherein the pro posed irrigation district law is objec tionable. The'...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

&SInedId U Oil I am offering a good 6 room house, modern, with porcelain bath, furniture, electric lights, cellar, good range, on a 50x130 lot, iclose 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. u-08 I ROTHY O'NEILL GIYES BIRTHDAY LUNCHEON Miss Dorothy O'Neill, the little t.rghter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Neill, WaS hostess at a luncheon served at ltw, home at 626 East Front street, yIsterdsy afternoon in honor of her t.atnI birthday. She greeted the guests In grown-up fashion, making tbem, all,.eel very much at home. The houp was very prettily decorated for the afternoon with red crepe pa per and American flags, while cut flowers adorned the tables. The children played games of 'va kinds during the afternoon and J 4 n a peanut hunt in which Miss ..lta McComb won the first prise, p Wast a beau...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

E IOF THE SEASON SA Remember This End of the Season Sale Will Last for Ten Days Only Slte An Exraordnary Offering in eBlack quantit' ll 1:' he Witi""'i o ei ppotit to m e styles in high-class Misses' Suitse.TheAe onnnr dolhlb. rg frt'hl than th tey have ever gone lined with fine quality satin, and the colors sm ity to t'V'Vy iwomanli: lhese are very handsome are gray, brown, blue and fancy in appearance. imiade to hang well and of ma plaids; various sizes. The regular 0i tt Ps Suits $9.95 B ad cloth Cs Skirts e8it $3.5 Iillth, U a. your choic e of the entire lot today • Ym' .,hoic... to~lay for . .. D raperies Clearance Sale of Shoes ,I dies, it is seldom that you see Illinttd ll'h JI ex'eph)tional op- M elBS Hats Cheap Special Sale of Owing to our intention to keep only the Regal shoes in the future we are cs- portunity fo geleros l OlleyV Vi llg i, A q t( here today. Yl Men. heres your chn to get a swell, Ing nut our present large stock of high- llllotf iaffod tl o ovet look such ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

4 MLn.R 1 ODUNED TO $040GO $ YEARS IN PEN S IlNTiAvY. SCity, Feb. 20.-Robert L. 'o DaUks, Texas, who on Tues et, entered the home of Law 1[. Jones, a millionaire merchant e'R. city, and attempted to extort r om him, was sentenced to 30 In the state prison. entered a plea of guilty to b~ attempted robbery. Judge '. ttshaw of the criminal 3t'sbr whom he was arraigned, ý h I w l ted that he could not sWieasne Bledsoe to a longer term. He sald the near crime was the most dia b4eal one he had ever heard of. In alvwer to a question from the court UBisce maintained that he had no ooEederates, nor did he have any In on of exploding the bomb with he had threatened Mr. Jones the latter's wife and son, who e to his assistance. He merely it, he said, to intimidate the nalre. Mr. Jones, however, told oourt that after he had captured the man kept crying: "Why 't the thing go off?" 10 SUPPLY BILLS PASSED BY HOUSE WahiuIgton, Feb. 20.-Two more of annual supply bills, the diplomatic consular and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

A Store for Everything A[S IA Store for O I trefrEv~gIMIS SOULA MERCANTILE C OMPAYffv Ready for the Opening of the New Opera House Next Thursday-- The Most Important Social Event Missoula Has Known in Years It's a long cry back to the little old barn which served as a theater when Missoula was young. It stood where the City Hall now stands; its stage, the size of one of our Front street windows, was just about right for the companies that came to entertain the early day Missoulians; John Maguire, thb te's veteran showman, was a frequent visitor, often being his own troupe. With its rough benches it served its purpose for a number of years. Later cai e the Bennett, then the Union and now we are about to participate in -- - the splendid Harnois Theater, the finest, we are told, between Men's Correct Evening Dress for the St. Paul and Seattle. Missoula's growth might be traced through its theaters, through them, too, may be traced its social advance- Opening of the w Opera House ment. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

MEN FOR $12.50 e Wt give you your unrestricted choice of any of our men's 'rnter suits. This includes each and every win ter su the store. None of these suits have sold for less t 0.00 and the majority of them are suits that have sold up to $27.50. Your unrestricted choice for M3 onday ..... . . ......... . ..... ..... . $12 .50 NOW, MEN, if you are looking for a strictly high grade suit, nmade by one of the best clothing manufa. turers in the country, here is your opportunity. We must make room for our spring goods. a pair for M ar in a pair for The Martin Co. Gloves. SPEC.LATI. FEORCES OJ [SY UNEXPECTED ACTION ON PART OF STEEL TRUST CAUSES UNCERTAINTY. New York, Feb. 20.-The steel trade position was the one subject of dis cussion in the stock market today. chaotic condition into which the steel trade has been thrown by the anL nounced determination of the United States Steel company to modify prices in such ways as is necessary to secure business, is fully equalled by the con fusi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

Last Da of the Final Clearance The Grea tit S1e Missotula Has Ever Known Will End Monday With Astothtidnhg feductions CLEARANCE OF ALL REMNANTS All former prices, whether clearance or otherwise, have been lost sight of, and all N Not a Remnant Left After Such Prices as These wares are re-marked still lower to guarantee a clean sweep, the truth of which these prices will bear witness. Only one more day, 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 t e of these prizes, be here early, for the power of value giving. As a further proof of our worthiness of the confidence of mina, voile and cheek suiting, worth to $1.50 a Final Clearance ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

sS 1s OusRY s Mapkle SyIp s warranged fore thlt selltng of this high-gradw Pys.. and this brand guarantee from ns Welt.si .wn as the purest .a for Lent l ring the Lenten season we will have a strictly smoked and salt fish depart ment and we are buying in such quantities that will in sure you a fresh stock daily" THlE *USY CORNER. Phone 98 Perfect Stationery Your letters represent you where you cannot be personally. They ought to convey as favorable an impression as you yourself would make. Up-to-date stationery does not cost much more than the or dhnary and repays by the asurance that your letters are on paper of correct form. Then why not come to us? We are showing the ad vance sizes and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. In all else boxes, by the pound and in tablet form. Our 50c box papers represent a variety of colors and fabrics that cannot be equaled. By the pound at 36c; envelopes to match, 2 bunches for Sgc. Missoula Drug Co. PHE REXALL STORE. Hammend Bleek. MissoulA A Good Polishin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

[EDITORIAL SECTION THE DAIITY OMISSOULL A.N A-GES * *.1 MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 21, 1909. Geor e 4ishii tOfArchitect dnod ;i·'~"~ .·; : ~ S~kVec~B~.der 1.r ' ................:.....,. . ..... . . f~. ::. 4;".. ý.. i :: . , ::.. . r ' S .J lipi· MERICAN people never ceased to admire the versatility of George Washington. As a war rior and as a statesman, alike, he won tame in the superlative degree; and yet it is realized that he showed the same exceptional measure of ability in the more modest pursuits of a plant er and a country squire. However. there is one branch of the great man's activities that has been largely over looked by students of the many-sided Washington. This concerns his very considerable undertakings as an #rch itect and builder-operations of such scope that they might almost have sufficed for a career for any ordinary citizen. It is not sought, of course, to con vey -the impression that the nation's first president was professionally an "architec...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

~:a-r k =,,U,,._ Th Tore-do Trrb~ wi; bo`.d2o 4j\ Llne ; ~a;\\ ~IE7 a B the time the March crocuses are flaming along the borders, the summer millinery question is settled in most women's minds. The very first hats, offered prior to the Palm Beach sefsot,, are always tentative presentations of new styles; for what Paris deems the all-desir able thing may or may not please the independent notions of 'American wo men. Witness, for example, the flat failure of the turban last spring. Though Paris took ulp this style enthusiasti cally and many American retailers laid in large supplies of turbans in blocked and frame models, the demand was killed almost at its birth by the monstrous, wide-brimmed shapes which carried the day. Planning the Summer Wardrobe. With February's end, however, styles are pretty well established, and it must be a woman of very little imagination who has not her whole summer wardrobe planned from the viewpoint of the new hats by the Idea of March. Uninitiated folk ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

P Qh L in t T)r. J L JZi Pt U 00. plthe p~satomr at Masttse, 4 III ean a " mAPIRI ( thrw w t.: . : Sas m es ths.............. 4 ti O*e Poo ................. M. o e .. .FE .. I a ded for tfnei n a ootries VELEPWONE NUMBER Orimef a 110ltorial Rooms SUSCRISER# PAPERS M nasre""h is andions to give ct er pieservice; therefore tub e re w eu et* tIndiotil reso ltd a ety. an ortw oulag tatp to new addrue please give old - alo. Moeng ordenr and cheoks be amle paeyabl to The Mis ln bltmattn Company. 4U NDAY. FEBRUARY 21, 1909. PASSING EVENTS The week was fraught with much sit est for Missoula and was of more to tordinary significance. The im plesive eercises of Charter day at tie state university and the Red Ap pie banquet of the chamber of com merce attracted to the city a body of men whose presence here in such num bers was indicative of an interest in the university and in Missoula that was flattering and encouraging. Mis soula is under special obligations to Senator Donlan for his service...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

r minIm I in r13 COAL DISCOVER The Kennedy Creek Gold Mining Company, on going to bedrock on Kennedy Creek, a tributary of Nine Mile Creek, uncovered a number of fine strata of coal. Mr. John Scott, thie president of tlb company, at once sent for a coal expert, and, after receiving his report which was to the effect that -with depth and development there was no question but what there was a large deposit of a fine grade of bit uminous coal, additional land was at once purchased, until the company now owns and controls over 700 acres of what is believed to be high-class coal land. Organization Stock With the showing' in sight, Mr. Scott, not having the means to develop this Only 50,000 Shares Will Be Sold coal property, at once organized a company, The Kennedy Creek Coal and There will positively be only 50,000 shares of the treasury stock sold at Coking Company. Officers were elected consisting of Davis Graham, 10c. The money received from the sale of this stock will all go to pay f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

LAWS qbuiTAk MiA!as To sREU LATE VW4..R SUPPLY ARE ,HIQHLY NECESSARY. .pooaane Feb. 10.-"Elther co-oper abe state laws or federal law will nt ally regulate the water sup t by the riparian rights nor by ti ttoy right but by the eqult ase sutrtbution of water in the irri gated districts." . W. Blackman Of Lawrence, re t of the University of Kansas, lays emphasils upon the foregoing in a let ter to R. Insinger, chairman of the loeal board of control of the seven teenth. National Irrigation congress, of which George E. Barstow of Bars tOar, Texas, is president. He suggests that the congress, which .will meet In S1okane August 9 to 14, as well as foture gatherings should be scientific atoclationa for the solution of speci if problems. "'The earlier congresses," he writes, "'Wre largely modes of agitation and plpaganda. Past congresses have s eed a useful purpose in discussing iae ranges of subjects, but suffi cleat progress has been made so that the future congresses may be more eantitlc...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

One of todayr little ad. may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: Forest-Eight. C. W.-Three. Y.-Three. D.-Three. S. F.-Twe. R. C. E.-Two. J. J.-One. D. S.-One. E. Z.-One. C. V.-One. H.-Two. FQOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. 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 unfuraihed ab preferred; also S-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third btreet. RANCHE8 FOIt SALE. NO. 1-WELL STOCKED CATTLE ranch at less than value of- land alone; 2,260-acre improved ranch, Lewis and Clark county; all good farm land, two-thirds under ditch; plenty of feed and range for 500 to 1000 head 6f cattle. Price, 810 per acre; half cash, balance, five to ten years time; 250 splendid yo...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 February 1909

TA OTABLE WEEK IN THEATRICAL CIRCLES 1s week Vwill be made notable for mq b y1Xrair pie Fugmal opening of the SP * ieer by the wSrw oayitlaj', ,th&h . wlil r hebt Thursday night. a. n now remains to be done but t0 put on the trishing tooches, and in at few days Missoula will have one of itbe best theaters in the notetliwest. at.diag of his new playhouse, Man agelr Harnois said yesterday: "We have spared neither cost nor labor In s-tur efforts to give the city a good theatV. and for my part, I am fully -r *'ith thq' results. No city tn t qlntWy te a better theater than ' i . yl VIil have when the new ,htt.,4g is opened. The work cost a good 61.@000, for we made certain that n.thing but the best went into its 'cefMrtluction, but it was worth it, as ateVaa who looks at the finished build .InS Will say. It will have a seating capacity. of 1,200. and has been built so asa o' insure in every possible way 8the aifety and comfort of the audience. "We started work on the excavation In th...

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