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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

THE WEATHER A MISSOUTLIAN Today-GOenerally fair. m .ToInorrow--Fair." .... . . ..io a w VOL. XXXV.- NO. 298. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 22, 1909. PRICE FIV ,,. ,-.'. , ,,,'., ,, r m. -- ,. m . '.'";'.. . _ . . . . . ,o ' ' '' .. . . .. . .. . .. " . . . -,,, ,-., ,,u ". . . . FLEET IS HOME ON DRILL GROUNDS RETURNING BATTLESHIPS AR RIVE OFF VIRGINIA CAPES AND REST THERE. TO BE REVIEWED TODAY President Roosevelt Will Inspect the Great Array of Fighting Machines And Waters Are Already Filled With Mleasure Craft-Officers to Be En tertained by Navy League. Fortress Monroe, Va., Feb. ,1.-The returning battleship fleet reached the southern drill grounds, 50 miles off the Virginia capes, early today, and the battleship Connecticut was in constant wireless communication throughout the afternoon. The fleet will remain on the ground until 5 o'clock tomorrow morning, getting un der way at that hour in order to make the capes by 10 o'clock, and begin passing the Mayflower at the...

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. — 22 February 1909

A Splendid ton 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 $8,000, 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 INUIRANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. OFER APPROACHING FOOTHILLS HMRD BROWSING ON JUMBO'S SIDE ATTRACTS ATTENTION OF MANY PERSONS. Many people of Missoula were yes 4erday able to witness what is very enusual. A herd of deer numbering 25 or 30 head made their appearance on Mount Jumbo. It was shortly "after noon when the advance guard of the animals made its appearance, and in a abort time there were many curious people of the city watching them. i The first bunch numbered seven and la. the second there were ten or twelve. It is estimated that all to Igtheb there were 80 of the anlmaid browsing on the side of the well known old hill...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

Grand Opening The Beautlmal New Harnois Theater Thursday Night, February 5S With The Celuu & Earris Comediams In Frederick Thompson's pro duction of Winchell Smith and By ron Ongley's dramatisation of George Barr McCutcheon's cele brated story IBREWSTER'S MILLIONS With ROBERT OBER And a superior company of play ers. A wealth of scenic effects exact ly as witnessed an entire year in New York and Chicago, showlnrthe wonderful,; realistic YACHT SCENE. Brightest, wittiest, smartest com edy of recent years. Teeming with originality, sparkling with satire. Beats now on sale. Remaining reserved seats, $6.00; general ad mission, 82.60. Union Theater Home of AdvLne Vaudeiile C. A. HARNOIS, Manager Week Commenoing Matinee Saturday, Feb. 20 And Every Night Except Sunday OVERTURE ...... Prof. Fitshugh The Dainty Soubrette Miss Gladys Van Illustrated Melody Miss Mamie Daily Redwood and Gordon Society Sketch Artists. LATEST MOVING PICTURES. SATURDAY MATINEE, 3:00 P. M. EVENINGS ........7:80 A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

YI R MISSOULLAN .b i terv y Day in the Year. N PUtULIBSiG CO. -l West lMain Street, Mis souls, Montana. t tlie postotee at Mi7sotle uoas stnd-class mail matter. C USOCRIPTION RATES (In Advenoe) one month . three months ............2.25 X, x months ................. 4.00 , one year .... ...... 8.00 , one year ............. .... 1.60 added for f!reign countries. TELEPHONE NUMIER new Office 11ii0 Editorial Rooms SUB. CRISERS' PAPERS Missoulian Is anxious to give best carrier service; therefore sub ate requested to report faulty at one. In ordering paper to new address please give old rees also. Money orders and checks be made payable to The MIs Puablishing Company. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1M09. THE FIRST. e most familiar of all the ept a which have been written upon first president is that which de him to be have been "first in first in peace and first in the r of his countrymen," That analysis of the character oa tge Washington shows him to have a many-sided man, a man of va attainments ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

IN THE RAILWAY WORLD ITHEATRICAL SPECIAL MAKES GOOD RUN 'SEN HUR" TRAIN ON SCHEDULE TIME-OFFICERS HERE TODAY. The "Ben Hur" special made a good run over the division to Butte yester day, keeping close on the schedule giv en it from Trout Creek to the Copper city. The train, which was made up of ,11 cars, left Trout Creek at 7:50 yesterday morning,. reache Dixon at 10:45 and pulled into Miaoulal at 1 o'clook yesterday after noon. A short atop was made here for. engine change, the train pulling out at 1:80 p. m. At 4.85 the special was reported pulling past the station at Garrison and at 8:45 it steamed into Butte. Conductor Zeke Thompson had charge of the train over this division with engine 2103, delivering the equip ment at this terminal. East of Mis soula two engines handled the train, Engineer Bates being on the 2413 and Giese on the 274. The latter engine will be used to pull the officers' spe cial west out of Garrison at 7 o'clock this morning. It is figured that Gen eral Manag...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

MEN FOR. $12.50 We give you your unrestricted choice of any of oul' 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 _Mondlay ......................... ............................. . ..12.50 NOW, .MEN, if you are looking for a strictly high grade suit, made by one of the best clothing manufac. turers in the country, here is your opportunity. We must make room for our spring goods. Men's Canvas Men's Canvas M3oves. Gloves. Von AT THE Bijou Theater Monday and Tuesday Evenings February 22 and 23 MATINEE MONDAY "Tale of a Thanksgiving Turkey" "AN AWFUL SHOCK ." Illustrated Song, "Oh, Take Me To My Mamma Dear," by Ed Levasseur. "A RAGGED HERO." Washington's Birthday iMATINEE At the LYRIC This Afternoon, 2:30 to 5 We have something extraordinarily good to offer you. Adults 10c. Children 5c. Notioe of Closing Streets and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

Last Da; of the Final Clearance The Greatest Sale Missoula Has Ever Known Will End Monday With Astounding Reductions CEARACE OF ALL REMNANTS All former prices, whl hr cleranee or otherwise, have bmen lost sight of, and all 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 Dress Goods Remnants 29c Silk Remnants Very Low prices will bear witness. Only one more day, and this great sale will be a pleasant 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 value giving. As a further proof of our worthiness of the confidence of ama, voile and check suiting, worth to $1.50 a Final Clearance price is...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

Missoula needs it. The Kennedy Creek Coal and Coke .Company is going to supply the needs. When?. Mighty soon. Their core drill has arrived, an expert has been employed to superintend the development and all arrangements completed for thoroughly developing the coal measures. Now, I want every man and woman who is interested in the future o Missoula and believes in themselves and that they should share in the big profits that will be made, to come into my office and let me tell them of the oppdrtunity that is within their grasp? It is an unusual one and will never occur again. One lucky investment is worth a lifetime of labor. 41 41 I am offering 50,000 shares of the treasury stock I sof tnie Kennedy Creek Coal and Coke Company at 10 cents per share. I firmly believe that this com idny owns one of the big coal mines of the northwest, and that coal is going to be KING in Western I ontana, as it is elsewhere. More fortunes have been made in coal than in any other one thing. Your chance ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

BRIEF NEWS NOTES OF HAMILTON PREPARATIONS BEING MADE FOR ERECTION OF A NEW BUSI NESS BLOCK. Special Correspondence. Hamilton, Feb. 21.-Concrete blocks are being made for a business block on Third street for E. Erickson and Peterson brothers. The building will be located on the east side of Third street, south of the postoffice. The building will contain two stores, one to be occupied as a garage and the other will contain Peterson brothers' business, which is now located oppo site the courthouse. The building will be of concrete, the blocks being manu factured in a shed temporarily built on the rear of the lots. A. V. Platt went to Missoula yes terday to remain several days while conferring with his brother in regard to placing an apple packer he recent ly invented, on the market. Mrs. Cudner, wife of the auditor of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation com pany, arrived last evening from Chi cago for a visit of several weeks. Superintendent P. J. Shannon re turned Friday for a short vi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 February 1909

4a SI? GROCERY Shave arranged for tlhe melnllg of this high-grade Itaple Syrup and this br ad needs no guarantee from us. Well known as the purest made. Ibh for Lent :'the Lenten season - ;have a strictly µ and salt fish depart m and we are buying in suek quantities that will in tsu e yoa a fresh stock daily. TH iustSOv CORNER. Phone M Perfect Stationery SYour letters represent you where you cannot be personally. They Ought to Coavey as Tavorable an I mpresaon as you yourself would make. Up-to-date stationery does I t east much more than the or :dtnery and repays by the assurance that your letters are on paper of correct form. Then why not come to us? We are showing the ad vance slees and style of WHITINGW PAPERS. In all sine 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 I8c; envelopes to match, I bunohes for Sic. Missoula Drug Co. TIlE REXALL STORE. Hammond leedk. Missoula A Good Polishin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

THE THE WEAHEAILY MISSOULIAN. TRED A--S VOL. XXXV. NO. 294. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 23, 1909. PRICE FIVE~7 WOULU EXTEND EXCLUSION LAWS CALIFORNIA SENATOR WOULD HAVE ANTI-CHINESE ACT AP PLY TO ALL ASIATICS. PRESENTS A RESOLUTION Lester 0. Burnett Submits Substitute Measure to That of Caminetti, Ask ing Congress to Broaden Immigra tion Act So as to Exclude PeoplI of All Undesirable Classes. Sacramento, Feb. 22.-Senator Lester G. Burnett, chairman of the senate committee on federal relatfons, has prepared the following resolution as a substitute for the measure drawn by A.. Caminetti of Jackson and Marc Anthony of San Francisco, relating to Asiatic exclusion: "Whereas, The progress, happiness and prosperity of the people of a na tion depend upon a homogeneous pop ulation. "Whereas, The influx from the over populated nations of Asia of people who are unsuited for American citi senship or for assimilation with the Caucasian race has resulted and will result in loweri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

Smith Missoula I am offering you a great big moneymaker this morning; 20 beautiful lots, all level, 4 of them corners; near the water main extension; sure to be near the car line to the fort; the 20 full lots for $2,500, on terms of $800 cash, balance in one and two years. These will ac tually bring $5,000 in less than two years. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. CHARLES S. SUMNER IS DEAD IN BUTTE Charles S. Sumner, a former well known resident of this city, died yes terday morning at his home in Butte, after a protracted illness, kidney dis ease being the immediate cause of death. Mr. Sumner was for years a Miseoula man, being connected with the clothing department of the Mis soula Mereantile company; during his realdence in Miasoula he married Miss Catlln, daughter of Pbpe Catlin and sister of Mrs. Frank P. Keith. From .1soula be went to Butte to become manager of a clothing establishment, Sad that city has since that ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

HIS FIGHT HAS ONLY COME[NC[D RAINEY DECLARES HE MERELY' SCRATCHED THE SURFACE IN PANAMA AFFAIR. Washington, Feb. 22.-Asserting that his recent speech in the house rela tive to the purchase by the United States government of the Panama can al had brought upon himself "villifica tion and misrepresentation and abuse almost without a parallel in the his tory of that body," Representative Rainey of Illinois today dunvered in the house of representatives .i lengthy speech in reply to the charges that the information upon which his re arks were based was obtaine.i from -convicts and blackmailers," this accusation having been made openly in the house by representative Lover ing of Massachusetts. A La John Paul Jones. 'True loyalty to this great enter prise," Representative Rainey said, "means that you must expose and -Ie nounce all kinds of graft in cennec-, tion with it in order to avoid the pit falls in which the French companies tell, and I propose to do this whether it meets with the ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

*rery Day in the Tear. y,° OTUAN PUvLISHING CO. 1*4 1$1 West Main Street, xis anals Montaaa. 4 P@5tii at aioula, seo.aas 1MMQitid!ý nEl matter. U iON RATES (Ih Advanee) tt eh ae month ...............$0.75 . three months ............... 3.45 Sst months ............... 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 one ear .................. 1.60 1estage added for tfreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER a eess Office 110 Editorial Rooms " ~ ~ ~ - +,, ., ,,-,.'- - ' SUISCRISRRS' PAPERS The Mlssoul.an is anxious to give lbet carrier service; therefore sub. bers are requested to report faulty Slvee at once. In ordering paper to new address please give old dress also. Money orders and checks be made payable to The Mis - Publishing Company. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1909. AT ANCHOR. IZmpaeselvely and inspiringly the ON e dispatches this morning tell of i#bhomecoming at the Amerl th' fleet that has circumnavi the world and, sate and nd has dropped anchor, once again pi home waters. Yesterday's specta te In ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

SEBALL OUTLOOK PROMISING MEETING OF FAN8 REVEALS DIS POSITION TO GET INTO NEW LEAGUE. J. S. Barnes, the baseball promoter who is here in the interest of the In termountain league, met with the lo cal enthusiasts in the office of the chamber of commerce last night for the purpose of discussing the pla ing of a team in Missoula for the seAson of 1909. The attendance at the meet ing was small, but the details con nected with the proposition were taken up seriatum. Mr. Barnes stated that he was prepared to submit a propo sition to the Missoula promoters to finance a team in this city for the new league, but believed it would be best for the town to take the matter in hand locally. Mr. Barnes said that in his many years of baseball expe rience he had always found it best for the "home folks" to own the baseball club. He said that, in his opinion, local ownership was 'more or less of a guarantee of attendance. In view of the ema.l attendance last night it was decided that the commit tee, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

Daily Puzzle BUMP! The boy stood on the Icy walk, Whence all but him had slid. Zip went his heels, up went his feet, And "wowwow" went the kid. Who else slipped? Aaswer to yesterday's puzzle: Upper left corner down between ho.boe. CýC One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this offioe as followes lPorest--ight. C. W.-Three. T.-Three. D.-Three. I. F.-Two. R. C. E.-Two. . J.-One. D. 8.--One. . .-One. C. V.-One. .-Two. POR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE, ' 0TR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage Particulars at 3251 Wolf ave. ROBERT BE. DIN DIN8 REAL ESTATE c AND BUSINEB8 OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOFK. MISSOULA, MONTANA. .1-- ---- -T: FOR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 2-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. ONE - DAY PROPOSITION ON south side; 4 beautiful lots on cor ner,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

.IN THE RAILWAY WORLD JIM HILL BUYS NEW ENGINES GREAT NORTHERN PREPARING FOR BIG SUMMER PASSENGER TRAFFIC WESTWARD. When on May 2, the Great North crn inaugurates its fast train s-led ule betw'een deattle and Chicago, it will have what are, considered by railroad men the finest passenger lo comotives ever constructed for heavy and fast passerger service, says the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. These en gines will have 73-inch drivers, will carry 150,000 pounds weight on the drivers, and in order to maintain a high rate of speed, will carry 150 pounds of boiler pressure, with Schmidt superheaters in use. This is the report of the prepara tions, according to G. H. Emerson, superintendcnt of motive power of the Great Northern, who is inspecting the power on the system. "We have the pleasure of saying in regard to our road that we have begun to receive two new styles of engines, one of which is new to trans continental lines," says Mr. Emerson. "We have at Everett the first of the four ele...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 February 1909

AP - ,!,'!.... ErS 4.A'S 61T GROCERY Weh's. ple Syrup a iav arranged for the elS g of this high-grade Maple Syrup and this brand naeeds no guarsutee from us. Well anpwn as the purest fieo Let IhQing the Lenten season we will have a strictly smoked and salt fish depart meat and we are buying in such quantities that will in sure you a fresh stock daily. THE lUIY CORNER. Phone N Perfect Stationery Your letters represent you where you zcannot 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 dinary and repays by the assurance that y4tr letters are on paper of correst form. Then why not come to ts? We are ahowing the ad vance ailes and style of WHITING'$ PAPERS. in all Ilse boxes, by the pound and in tablet form. Our 50c box papers lepresent a variety of colors and fabrics that cannot be equaled. By the pound at 35o; envelopes to match, 2 bunches for 25c. Missoula Drug Co. H'II REXALI STORL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

THE WEATHET - ANT 'a Amis omorr THE DAILY MISSOULIAN VOL. XXXV. NO. 295. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1909. PR.o. ma GOVERNOR NORRIS SIGNS GLACIER PARK MEASURE Resolution Asking Congress to Pass Bill Cre ating National Play Ground, Is Approved. THE LOWER HOUSE HOLDS A BUSY NIGHT SESSION Members Fail to Arrive for Day Meeting Because of Train Delays and Adjournment IsTaken---Governor Puts Signature on Bill Attaching Teton to Cas cade Judicial District. Special to The Daily Missoultan. Helena, Feb. 23.-Governor Norris eis afternoon attached his signature o senate concurrent resolution No. 2, which asks congress to pass the bill creating Glacier National park. The executive also notified the senate that he had signed Senate Bill No. 32, which attaches Teton to Cascade county for judicial purposes. The house did not transact any business this afternoon, owing to the non-arrival of many members. The change in time on the Great Northern delayed those from southern Mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

-MU I an offering you a gret big moneymaker this morning; 20 beautiful lots, all level, 4 of them -corners; near the water main extension; sure to be near the car line to the fort; the 20 full lots for $2,500, o> terms of $800 tahm' bali.ee in one and to years. These will ac tually bring $6,000 in less than two years. Ja;. AL. Rhoades REAt ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. t 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. EbCOI)KT DIES OF TUBERCULOSIS Word was received here yesterday eOf ir death of Ed Corbett, a former Miblula resident, In Los Angeles, of ooa.uthption. It has been known for seme time that Mr. Corbett's health W~s rapidly declining, and Missoula relatives were summoned to the bed eil6 last Saturday. Death came, however, before these relatives could readh Los Angeles. Mn Corbett was 35 years of age, and NIM in and about Missoula for 15 yehks. Some years ago he was en geged in lumber driving on the Black uaot and Nine Mile streams, and later eitered into partnership with h...

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