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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

OELMAS IS SCOREE SEVERELY PROMINENT ATTORNEY RAKEC OVER THE COALS BY KAN 8AS CITY MINISTER. Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 23.-Rev. Cy rus Townsend Brady, formerly of To ledo, Ohio, at a banquet of the Sone of the Revolution here last night, de livered a scathing denunciation of the "unwritten law" and openly named Delphin M. Delmas, H. K. Thaw's fa mous counsel, as the "$100,000 coun sel for degenerate aristocracy, who utters insults to God and humanity." Mr. Delmas last night delivered the Washington birthday oration to the Kansas City Bar association. Dr. Brady said: "There is no unwritten law in this country. It was only because of the unwritten law of taxation without representation that the great war of the revolution was fought. "This $100.000 counsel for degenerate aristocracy comes here to our city and utters these insults to God and hu manity in our midst. Will Kansas City stand for it? The jury down in New York turned it down, as it should be turned down. He (Delmas). says he is ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

# I U Dar in the Tear. PVU HING CO. 4 W st MIan UIst, Mis 4eg.., Hatease. at ' air -olass mail matter IPTION RATES ... a. .u .............. ..8. o*e year .................. :.0 aded or freign countries. TLEPHI0NE NUMIIER OtfIos 11* Editorial Rooms RIERS'R PAPERS Msedlan Is sations to give em Srir srvioe; therefore sub te reqaitedi to report faulty to oew aidees oplease give old re s. V o eyo orders and cheoks Sbe made ayable to The Mis .a PbUlshig Company. iDN , ZP BRUARY 2t. 1.6. A ~RE SwIUN. SWe. matter what the calendar tells .e Lspring. No matter if the re from Colorado, Illinois and other climes tell of snow and wind. Ssprig. N31 matter it there is a gll int the breese, that hite your face a you walk home, it's spring. Calen 4ar or do calendar, snow or no snow, II or io chill; ite spring. And by eis sigr you may know it-that there ; baseball talk in the air and that it the ,rIbi.tad of talk. Here in Mis Lla we are getting ready to be rep y--ted in the new league; there ap te-rs...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

RAILROADS PETITION GOVERNOR FOR PARDON RAILROAD MEN APPEAL FOR EX ECUTIVE CLEMENCY IN CASE OF H. J. KEELEY. Special to The Daily Missoullan. Plains, NPb. 2S.-Petitions to Gov ernor Norsl are being circulated and iga p by' the rallrod men in this vicinity, asking the governor to grant a pardon for i. J. Kepley, now under sentence of eight months in the peni tentiary. The petittons will be pre sented to the governor during the pres ent week and hopes are entertained that Keeley will soon be free. Ii. J. Keeley is the Northern Pacific dispatcher whose trial last November ended in conviction on the charge of involuntary manslaughter, involving the death of Engineer Valentine in the Olive wreck, which occurred on Sep tember 5, 1908. Efforts have been made to get a new trial for Keeley and it is possible that this case will be brought before Judge Myers during the pres ent term. A large number of railroad men have interested themselves in the case and will make a strong effort to secure K...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

Belts, Combs, New Parisian Grape Jewelry. Also a swell line of Crepe Waists. Every one a beauty. Inspect these today. The Martin Co. $PICION DEVELOPS II MARKET 8PIRIT OF DISTRUST PERVADES DEALINGS ON CHANGE DUR ING THE DAY. New York, IAeb. 28.-Suspiclon and distrust of the speculative position in the stock market spread with rapid growth today and brought the fabric of values down with a crash. Various factors combhbed to accentuate the weakness. The serious view taken in London of American disturbances as shown by the heavy declines there yesterday during the New York holi day paved the way for a renewal of the downward course. The weak early market resulting from these conditions was expected and the alert profes sional element among the traders stood ready to take advantage of the decline to take stocks and came to coVer short contracts put out last week. The buying steadied the mar ket.momentarily, but it proved a tech nically weakening factor when the de cline was renewed and t...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

ROOSEVELT WILL MAKE TRIP AS CITIZEN AND SPORTSMAN President of the United States Will Not Travel in Africa and Europe as Potentate- Preparations for Trip Are Elaborate. Theodore Roosevelt, fifty years of age, having, on March 4, with his re tirement as twenty-sixth president of the United States, completed over twenty-five years of public service, has decided to take rest and recrea tion in a two-years' trip abroad, half of which will be spent in Africa under British flag as a faunal naturalist and the British flag as a faunal naturalist, least three of the big capitals. At the head of a scientific expedition outfitted by the Smithsonian Institu tion of Washington he will, with his son Kermit. and three American na turalists of note-Major Edgar A. SMearns, J. Loring Alden and Edmund Herler-make a collection of mam mals, birds, reptiles, insects and 'bo tanical specimens of central Africa, which will be deposited in the United States national museum at Washing ton. The Itinerary. The...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

bstats and Deeds Now Ready-ABSOLUTE TITL During the past week we have received hundreds of inquiries regarding Turah townsite, which we started to advertise the first of the month; we have been compelled to wait until now for the marketing of lote b on oaccount of a delay in the preparation of the abstract of title. Now we are ready; the abstract is filed and is absolutely all right; there is not a flaw in the title to these lots and you can get one do mate of thee if you will hasten; there are not many of the lots and they will go quickly; the Northern Pacific will before long begin the construction of its freight terminal plant at this place; these lots are ithin 100 yards of the roundhouse. 'there will be t a lively little town at Turah; get in on the grondi floor and own a lot. There will be openings for hotels, restaurants, stores and other lines of business. If you are to enter any of these lines. you will need a lot. We have the lots. The'v are ours. We are not agents for any...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

Daily Puzzle 1 1 A REBUQUE. There was a young man of Dubuque, Who sought for a wife who could cuque, When the girls learned his plan They said, "Nasty man*!" And promptly his company shuque. Find the young man of Dubuque. Answer to yesterday's puzzle: Upper left corner down, under basket. AG One of today% little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: R. C. E.-Two. Board-One. E. Z.-One. W. F.-One. J. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. ROBERI E. DINKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK. MISOULA, MONTANA. FOR BALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively: all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 8-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. WANTED-REAL ESTATE. WANTED-HOUSE, 4 OR 5 ROOMS, modern; Center or Rattlesnake; give lowest c...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 February 1909

S IT 0 ROCERY We have, arranged for the selling of this high-grade Maple Syrup and this brand needs no guarantee from us. Well known as the purest made fish for Lent D I the tenten season we w hate a strictly satkedand salt fish depart ment ahd we are buying in such quantities that will in st'e you a fresh stock daily. THE BUIY CORNER. Phone N Perfect Stationery Your letters represent you where you cannot -Ie personally. They ought to Oonvey as favorable an impression as you yourself would make. Up-to-date stationery does not oost much mere than the or dinary and repays by the assuranoe that your letters are on paper of correct form. Then why not come to us? We are showing the ad vance sises and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. In all slse boxes, by the pound and in tablet form. Our 50c box papers repr.eent a variety of colors and fabrics that cannot be equaled. By the pound at s8c; envelopes to match, 2 bunches for 25e. Missoula Drug Co. PINE REIALL STORE. Hammond Blook. Missoula Wall Pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

THlE WEATHER T-Le ANi Today--lMlr; warmer. Is . ,. Tomorrow-r. THE DAILY MISSOULAN VOL. XXXV. NO. 296. MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUITARY 25, 1909. PRICE I m~~~BO i i] i i i i NORRIS NAMED FOR FIRST OFFICE GOVERNOR OF MONTANA CHOSEN PRESIDENT OF THE DRY FARMING CONGRESS. ARID SOILS DISCUSSED Interesting Addresses Are Delivered 'Relative to the Proper Treatment of Ground in Semi-Dry Distriots and the Sest Methods of Conserving the Moisture in Such Land. Cheyenne, Wyo., Feb. 24.-Discussion of the proper methods of treating arid soils occupied the attention of the Tranmissouri Dry Farming congress today. When James McColl, represent Ing Australia, took the chair, there was fully double the attendance of the opening session, delegates who had been delayed having arrived in large numbers. Edwin L. Norris, governor of Mon tana, was unanimously chosen presi dent of the congress for the ensuing year, and his selection makes it evi dent that Billings, Mont., will be se lected as...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

I anm 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. NEW RED APPLE GIRL IN ANACONDA MR. AND MRS. JOHN H. TOLAN ARE THE HAPPY PARENTS OF A LITTLE DAUGHTER. There were hundreds of delighted men who listened the other night to the banquet speech of John H. Tolan In response to "Red Apple Girls;" ier are hundreds of Missoula peo who have known Mrs. John H. the chalming young woman wR# punshed the iyppiration for that o i tribute to womanhood; her ome was Missoula, and she meI friends here. Under these qgl, ces there is special local in 1t a telegram which came to .lMisoullan office last night, and w h rea as follows: "A. L. tone--Our...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

MISSOULA'S MODEL THEATER WILL BE OPENED TONIGHT NEW HARNOIS THEATER. After a year of hard and unceas ing labor the efforts c C. A. Har nois and tht ' who have co-operated with him to build a better theater, will be rewarded tonight when the "Brew ster's Millions" company formally opens the new house. Mr. Harnois put in a hard day's work yesterday and when he went to bed last night it was with the satisfaction that the last detail in the preparation for the opening tonight was completed and that, unless some thing unexpected happens, the pro gram will run off without a hitch. It is planned to have speeches from some of the leading boosters of the new the ater movement tonight before the show begins, so as to formally observe the opening. It will also be one of the biggest society events of the year and as one man said: "If the money we had to pay for new dresses had been put into the theater there would, have been nothing to it." Yesterday after noon the painters, who have been at wo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

rr pcut, ue at the postoatoe at Missoula. a second-class mail matter. SUSCORIPTION RATES (In Advans) ine month ............... $0.75 Sthee months ............... L.6 l ix months ............... 4.00 ewa year ... ...... .00 elI o ear ..... ........ 1.50 added for ftreiln countries. TELII HONE NUMISER S Oirr see 110 aditorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS T IleMlsoullan Is anxious to give et gearner service; therefore sub teie requested to report faulty at once. In ordering paper to new address please give old also. Money orders and ohecks be made payable to The Mis n Publishing Company. TRURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1908. THE DAY OF HARNOIS. If Charles A. Harnois gets a little eheety today he is not to be critl (llsed. He has a right to feel proud of what he has accomplished in the past year; the beautiful new theater that will be formally dedicated to igCht is a building that would be a dredit to any city in the land. In hat *unday' Missoulian Mr. Harnois told briefly the story of his experien...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

SUNDAY AND LANCGE GET TOGETHER VETERAN CHICAGO BALL PLAY ERS GREET ON COAST AFTER MANY YEARS. One of the first men to greet Evan gelist Billy Sunday upon his arrival in San Francisco was William A. Lange, a prominent real estate man, but known the country over as "Lit tle Eva" when he, with Sunday, played on the great Chicago team, says the San Francisco Call. It was the first time that these world-re nowned tossers had met in 20 years, yet they knew each other at first glance and fairly jumped into an em brace like ardent lovers, long sepa rated. "Well, Bill, old boy," exclaimed Sunday, "you look like a man who has prospered since you left poor old Pop Anson and the rest of the gang back in Chicago. How's the batting eye, anyhow? It does pie more good than anything else to meet an old pal like you after all these years. Sit down and tell me all about it. Lange sat down and the famous pair fanned and fanned over the hap py old days. They looked at each other like a pair of youngster...

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. — 25 February 1909

SArrivals of kew Goods Yesterday's express brought new Belts, Combs, New Parisian Grape Jewelry. Also a swell line of Crepe Waists. Every one a beauty. Inspect these today. The Martin Co. MARKET MOVEMENTS MORE STABLE DISORDERLY LIQUIDATION RE CEIVES A CHECK AND BUSI NESS IMPROVES. New York, Feb. 24.-A check came today to the disorderly liquidation that was demoralizing to the stock market. The preception that the course of yesterday, itf continued, would lead to that result prompted some measure of support. The large abshort Interests were prompted to re duce their short lines with the signs of a greater stability in the market. This demand was a potent influence in the recovery of prices. The buying demand, however, was languid. After periods of dullness, caused by the mutual indifferences af buyers and sellers, the traders tested the market by advancing bids. ahe undertone of the market was, therefore, firm, although lacking ag gr'esslve strength. London was an plrently as confuse...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 February 1909

ALLEGED SWINDLERS ARRESTED MEN ACCUSED OF BUNCOING SCORES OF PERSONS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY. Little Rock, Feb. 24.-That their field of operation extended over the entire country and their victims num ber nearly a hundred, and that almost $1,000,000 has been secured in the last two years, is the declaration of the officials who caused the arrest yester day of J. C. Maybray and three al leged confederates, leaders, it is charged, of a thoroughly organized band of swindlers on a charge of us ing the mails to defraud. In search ing the effects of Maybray last night records were found giving the names, the authorities declare, of men who were victimized, as well as those of over 300 others, stationed in every state in the Union and several prov inces of Canada, whom, the officials assert, acted as agents of the men. During their residence in Little Rock the quartet occupied a h6me in Pu laski Heights, a fashionable suburb. A suite of offices in a downtown of fice building completed the local...

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. — 25 February 1909

ftfracts and Deeds Now ReadyABbOLUTE TITLE S t'. . he pst week we have received hundreds of inquiries regarding Turah townsite, which we started to advertise the first of the month; we have been compelled to waituntil now for the marketing of these lots on account of a delay in the preparation of the abstract of title. Now we are ready; the abstract is filed and is absolutely all right; there is net a flaw in the title to these lots and you can get one or more of them if you will hasten; there are not many of the lots and they will go quickly; the Northern Pacific will before long begin the construction of its freight terminal plant at this place; these lots are wtiql 100 yards of the roundhouse. There will be a lively little town at Turah; get in on the ground floor and own a lot. There will be openings for hotels, restaurants, stores and other lines of business. If you aur to enter any of these lines, you will need a lot. We have-the lots. They are ours. We are not agents for anyb...

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. — 25 February 1909

Daily Puzzle WELL VERSED. When we go sleighing, one can see She knows what thereto appertains. Without a single word from me She smiles and slyly takes the reins. Find an old man watching them. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Right side down, in decorations. One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you ~n~~~fi GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain In this office as follows: R. C. E.-Two. Board-One. E. Z.-One. W. F.-One. J. J.-One. • , FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. ROBERT E. D1NKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK. MISSOULA, MONTANA. FOR BALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 8-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. WANTED-REAL ESTATE. WANTED-TWO COTTAGES, FOUR or five rooms: location to be south of N. P. tracks and east of Bitte...

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. — 25 February 1909

wows Nopk u We have aMrnged for the idllag of thid high-grade Maple Syrup and this brand needs no guarantee from us. Well known as the purest for Lent D the Lenten season we . 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. THE SUSY CORNER. Phone N 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 mere than the or dinary 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 sizes and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. In all slse 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 80c; envelopes to match, 3 bunches for 250. Missoula Drug Co. MHE REXALL STORE. Hammodd SIlok. Misseula Wall Paper Remnants 10C P...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

THE WEATHERDAILY MISSOULIAN Today--Far; warmer. What you want; the I elCaE d Tomorrow--Fair. MIS S ON will help yo et t. VOL. XXXV. NO. 297. MISSOULA, MONTANA, I"II1.\1 M. )ININ(. EIIIiAIY L't. 1909. PRICE FIVE CENTS COURT RULING CUTS BOWN PENALTY JUDGE'S VIEW OF UNIT OF OF FENSE LIMITS POSSIBLE STANDARD OIL FINE. ACTION CAUSES SURPRISE Position Taken by Anderson as to the Number of Offenses Upon Which Big Trust May Be Penalized Cuts Possible Penalty Down From $29, 240,000 to a Small $720,0U0. Chicago, Feb. 25.-From Judge Lan dis' fine of $29,240,000 to a possible maximum fine of $720,000 is admitted to be the meaning of a ruling made today by Judge Anderson in the trial of the Standard Oil company of In diana for alleged rebating. The rul ing was informal, but it almost cer tainly will stand. The court of apl, peals in ruling out Judge Landis' great line elimionati the view that each carlot of il Ion which a relate was acplteld onIstitulted a .'parate offense. 'rTIher we\re 1.462 o...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

a Home !rice Terms ht? blaok lae ' cement cellar, modern throughout, a fine 50x 180-toot corner. This is a swell home. $1,000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. OO-A splendid new 5 S 0 m eoiage on Sher wood street, thor oughly modern, ce iment cellar, 45x130 lot; good location; $1,800 cash, balance 2 years. ,900L--For a splendid 5 room house, new, on Cooper street, close in, two beautiful lots, bearing fruit trees; one-half cash, balInce long time. $1,500-A good 3-room house, on Edith st.; 40x130 lot, lawn and trees; $100 cash, bal ance easy payments. Jas M. M. Rhoades RrAL. ESIATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 11 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. LIFE INSURANCE MAN . IS DEAD EDWARD A. TEMPLE OF DES MOINES WELL KNOWN IN MISSOULA, PASSES AWAY. There are many people in western Montana who remember Edward A. Temple, president of the Bankers' Life Insurance company of Des Moines. .Mr. Temple visited Missoula several times as the guest of D. R. Beck, and he had a pleasant ac quaintance with man...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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