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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

BITTER ROOT LEAGUE IN PROSPECT HAMILTON APPOINTS THREE REPRESENTATIVES FOR BASE BALL CONFERENCE. Hamilton, Feb. 25.-Baseball prom ises to get an early start in Hamil ton. A meeting of the enthusiasts has been held and there seems to be much interest in the game. The promoters have decided that there will be no salaried players this year. A commit tee consisting of W. O. Fisk, George K. Dick and C. C. Chaffin will confer with managers of proposed clubs in the valley towns in regard to forming a league. The county clerk and recorder's of fice so far this month has made a rec ord that has not been equaled in the county. Up to last night $476.25 has been received in fees, and if the same ratio is continued it will be the best fee month in that office. E. F. Groff was in town yesterday from his home on Willow creek. To day he is moving to a farm near Vic tor, which he purchased of Martin Cramer, where he will reside with his family. County Assessor F. *B. Tanner is busy these days making...

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. — 26 February 1909

ItJ DAJIY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISOTUIJAN PUBLISHING CO. 1It and 131 West Main Street, itle soula, Montan.. Entered at the postoffloe at Missoula. Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance) Dally, one month ................0.75 Daily, three months ............. 2.26 Daily, six months ............... 4.00 Daily, one year .................. 8.00 Weekly, one year .... ......... 1.50 Postage added for f)reign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Bu.iness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub scribers are requested to report faulty delivery at once. In ordering paper changed to new address please give old address also. Money orders and checks should be made payable to The Mlls souliar. Publishing Company. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1909. RESPONSIBILITY. The case of Mike Lonmbardi, found guilty of selling whisky to minors, de veloped the fact that the man didn't know that ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

IN THE RAILWAY WORLD "GOLlEN SPIKE" DAlI NOT FIXED PUGET SOUND OFFICIALS SAY THEY CANNOT SET TIME FOR FINISHING WORK. "It is to laugh," said a local Puget Sound railroad official yesterday, when confronted with the report, sup posed to have emanated from Seattle, naming a date for the driving of the golden spike on the new line. "To think," he continued, "that the Seattle office is able to figure out the exact date when the track will be laid, and to fix an hour for its celebration, is the wildest sort of imagining. We have 60 miles of track to lay between Missoula and Garrison and our force lest night had only reached Gold Creek, a distance of about nine miles from the starting point." The official made the statement that progress had been slow during the past week owing to the recent organ ization of the working forces. He gave it as his opinion that the move ment from this time on would be more rapid, however, but said that he jould not confirm the Seattle report trlat ing to a p...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

( #7 . N'" ^ Sri:: 'ý '* rrK Y4-, A t: .-·.. ý 'aU- , --.=rM!niC. "A' 1 ,PlkY11 I7rz :L J'22W HE fur seal is fast going the way of the elephant, the buf falo, the sea otter and other animals of the kind that do not breed freely in captivity and are killed by man for their skin or horns, A com paratively few years-unless an ex traordinary change is made in pres ent conditions-will see the practical extinction of the highly interesting pinniped from which we derive the most useful fur known to civiliza tion. The popular idea quite generally confuses the fur seal with the hair seal. As a matter of fact, except for their name and the general outline of their form, they have nothing in common. In all else, and especially in their habits, they are quite dissimilar. Every attempt to keep the fur seal in captivity has failed and so, aside from the hunters, very few persons have ever seen one of these animals, al though almost everyone thinks that he is familiar with them. The hair seal is t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

ASBESTOS IS FOIINO IN IDAHO .DfICOVERY OF NON-BURNABLE MATERIAL REPORTED NEAR BIG WHEAT FARM. Spokane, Feb. 25.-What is declared 'by experts to be the most important disoevery of asbestos yet made in the northwest was encountered en L. H. Ayer's wheat farm at Estes, Idaho, in the Palouse country, southeast of Spokane, near which opals were mined several years ago. The land contains vast bodies of the heat-resisting sub stance, which is from 18 to 20 feet thick. Chemists in the University of Idaho at Moscow pronounce it to be of the finest quality. Mr. Ayer gave a bend for 10 days on 100 acres at $200 an acre to Spokane parties after de clining an offer of $2,000 cash for 10 acres. He has reserved 11 acres for his house, barns and orchard. The land board of Idaho has issued a permit to the Kamiah corporation to remove asbestos clay from state lands near Kamiah until next sum mer, when an official inspection will be made with a view to leasing the land on a royalty basis. Manager Hofs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

Abstracts and Deeds Now Ready-ABSOLUTE TITLE 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 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 not 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 within 100 yards of the roundhouse. There will hbe 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 are to enter any of these lines, you will need a lot. We have the lots. They are ours. We are not agents f...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

Daily Puzzle -7C DISASTER. How quick the thrill of mortal joy From out the heart hath sped. When on the street that horrid boy Find a boy Upset you with his sled. Answer toYesterday's Puzzle-Upside down, at foot of trees. SAd 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 office as follows: R. C. E.-Two. Board-One. E. Z.-One. W. F.-One. J. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE TOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave ROBERT E. DINKINS REAL ESTATE AND BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIEI ROOM 7, ALLEN BLOCK. MISSOULA, MONTANA. FOR SALE-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 12-room houses, respectively; al modern and furnished or unfurnishec as preferred; also 3-room house, 24 lots in Low's addition and tw( blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 41' South Third street. ROOM AND BOARD. BOARD AND ROOM: 602 W. PINE ,ROOMS AND BOARD. 519 B. FIRST MACHINISTS. MISSOULA IRON WORKS; MA_ chine work; brass and iron castinj made to order...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 26 February 1909

REILLY'S MI88OULA'8 BEST GROCERY Tempting Lenten Canned and Salt Fish TEN CASES Fre.h Mackerel, In cans; very fine; our price, per can ............ ............1 0 ENO TABA-Deep-Sea Shellfish for soups, salads and fry; per can ........................10O Mackerel-2 very fine, for famcily, for ......................... 2 65 ' rooked Fish Today~ e pffer some of the very finest sot efl fish, all duail by ex press. Kippered Salmon, lb ........ 20 Dre.sed Herring. lb 5........ 2 Black Dilamond Salmon, Ib ...25 Finnin Haddle, lb ............ 20 THE BUSY 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 dinary and repays by the assurance that your letters are on paper of correct form. Then Nhy not come to us? We are showing the ad vance sizes and style of WHITING'8 PAPERS. In all size boxes, by the pound and In ta...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN I THE WEATHER NO. 98. MI LA, ONTANA, ATRDA RNIN, FUARY , 1909. PIOE VOL. XXXV. NO. 298. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1909. PRIDE PVyg LOWER HOUSE USES KNIFE FREELY TRIMS SUNDRY CIVIL APPRO PRIATION BILL IN MANY' MATERIAL POINTS. HEATED DEBATES OCCUR After a Week of Consideration. Recon sideration and Quibbling Over Va rious Provisions of the Measure, the Lower Branch of Congress RadioaJly Changes and Passes It. Washington, Feb. 26.-After drag ging along for a week the sundry civil appropriation bill, carrying $137,000, 000, was passed by the house tonight with many material amendments. The debate at times was very warm. A rule was brought in by Mr. Dalzell, making it in order for a majority to pass a bill under suspension of the rules instead of two-thirds, aroused the democrats under leadership of Mr. Williams to criticize the appropriation committee for not affording, as was charged, more time to study supply bills. This led to an incipien...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

You a Home If Price 4d Terms Were Right? Would Any of These Suit You? 33,75I---Por a beautiful 6 room modern cement blOck home, 'cement cellar, modern throughout, a fine 50x 130-foot corner. This is a swell home. $1,000 cash, balance 1 and 2 years. 83,000-A splendid new i room cottage on Sher wood street, thor oughly modern, ce ment cellar, 45x130 lot; good location; $1,800 cash, balance 2 years. ,S200--For a splendid 5 room house, new, on Cooper street, close in, two beautiful lots, bearing fruit trees; one-half cash, hal:nce 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. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higglne Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. ELEVEN ARE EXAMINED FOR FITNESS TO TEACH The county examining board, con sisting of Mrs. Pearl T. Marshall, chairman; Dr. M. J. Elrod and Prin cipal J. F. Thomas, conducted a teachers' examination yesterday at the Roosevelt school. Eleven candidates we...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

U A Stupendous Sale of Beautiful, Shimmering Silks - The Most Remarkable Values Ever Seen I 3r L All Records Broken! On Sale Saturday and Monday Only 2,000 Yards of the New Fancy EXTRA EXTRA 1,500 Yards of the Fashionable Dozen Handkerchiefs Three Pairs b ose I Jngla Silk on Sale === . v a~ Rajah Pongee on Sale -P handkerchiefs, hemstitched and both find and coarse ribbd, regu cross-barred; $1.00 \value .....500 lar $1 o value ...............504 All the Newest and Worth in the Regular EXTRA EXTRA In the Prettiest and Worth in the Reglar Most Popular Selling Way 85c Two Lisle Vests Dollar Face Veils Most Becoming Colors Selling Way 75 Spring Shades a Yard. Hurry a,,,dies fine ribbed. lisle~e., tast e ..i.. tu ...o silk net chenille do.t You've Ever Seen U a Yard. Come trinmmed; regular 50c value; two' in Prow n, navy. black and trine; For Saturday and Monday Only r... o.... .. ..50 ..rer ,.,, ............ The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered Fashion has decreed that silks will be much ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

mtiML.Y MBSOULI&tA a Wvery Day In the Year. UAtolastaISHNo co. w 1 1 pht ,Main Street, Mi.. Bsea*, Montas. ed at the postoffice at Missoula, IuoatsM. as second-class mail matter, SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advanee) aity, one ontth ................0.75 il.dy, three months .............. 2.25 , six months ................. 4.00 ly, one year .................. 8.00 Weekily one year .................. 1.60 Postage added for freign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Baciness Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUSSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoultan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub *osibers are requested to report faulty elivery at once. In ordering paper ibanged to new addreu please give old iddress also. Money orders and checks gOould be made payable to The Mis e.,lian Publishing Company. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1909. BOOST FOR IT. The friends of the orchard Industry ate with satisfaction the fact that he orchard-inspection bill is receiv lat the favorable consideration of the sena...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

'Everything for Everybody MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY Everything the HE MISSES IT, who does not share in the savings this store now affords men on the balance of its stock of this season' Saturday clothing. Everybody but "Monte" Brewster II wants to save, it's the first law of economy, Men's Fancy and here, today, is an opportunity to buy the best men's Fancy Vesi suits and overcoats ever shown in town, at practically You can satisfy your hobby for t. afancy vests today and save ONE HALF TRICE THIRD the usual price. We offer our P R I entire stock to select from-many choice patterns, in plain white and This clothing clearance will come to a close within a week's tillle; it has fancy ducks, and mercerized fabries, Sbeen the most wonderful sale of good clothes ever known in Missoula-it domestic and imported fancy flannels has averaged over twenty suits sold a day since it started on the first of this and in silk vestings, including our / month; last Saturday nearly fifty suits were so...

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. — 27 February 1909

Advance Showing of Spring Wash Goods The wash goods section is a busy place these days. The splendid advance showing of new things in sheer and medium weight wash fabric's is a powerful magnet. It's always the better plan to make the selection early, not only to secure the Iest designs, but this is the opportune time of the year to do your sewing for spring. New Challies Linen Sultings Galatea Cloths An entirely new assortment of 32- Linen-finished sultings; nothing 20c Yard inch wide challies, medium and dark hbetter for mluum weight wash shades, In Persian and floral pat- In light, medlun and dark effects, terns; some with border effects, suits, in colors, ro.seda, tan and polka dots and stripe designs; only for, yard ........... ..........15l blue; 36 Inches wide, yard ....20~ the best quality; yard ....... 20t Suesine Silks China Silks All the wanted shades, also black and white, in this lHeavy weight China silks, in all the leading spring col popular fabric for evening gowns an...

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. — 27 February 1909

REFORMERS TO MEEI IN HAMILTON INCREASE IN NUMBER OF SA LOONS IN VALLEY TOWN PROVOKES PROTEST. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Hamilton, Feb. 26.-The county commissioners will meet Monday morning in their regular quarterly session at the court house. They will be in session until the business of the quarter is completed. Bills against the county must be presented by Monday noon to be given considera tion at this session. The funeral of M. A. Crawford, who died Wednesday morning of Bright's disease, was held this morning at 10 o'clock at his home on Sleeping Child. The Civic club, or moral Improve ment socieWt, which was organized to bring about moral reform in civic af fairs, will have its first public meet ing in the Lucas opera house Sunday afternoon at a o'clock. W. T. Groom, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league, will be here from Helena to address the meeting and Attorney E. E. Hershey of Missoula will also speak. Much complaint has been made on account of the rapidly in cre...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

JURY NOLDS Nlt RESIPONSIBLE Fon uoamrotIroN OF PER JURY IN GOULD CASE. New York. Feb. 26.-Mrs. Margaret STea)iwife of Benjamin Teal, one of a et ~ MoWn theatrical managers .n t4i try, was found guilty of ?ubpa n of perjury in the dl orce ease of Helen Kelley Gould ,gatest PIank J. Gould. Mrs. Teal" was sentenced to serve qae year In the penitentiary on Black :elSre island. " As the verdict of the jury was pro ,*ounced, Mrs. Teal sank to her knees And was lifted to a chair by atterid anta. She then buried her face in her ,buff. bs of th. jurors was weeping s the . tl was announced and esentence imposed. All the urors a ,;commendation for olem cy. Jqdge Foster in sentencing Mrs. 'I eaid he would not add to her tfierlags by referring to her record, t~-~vllh he said the district attor f ad cquainted him. The judge d that he had been gatey _ by the touching bearing of r. ,: whb bad sat beside his wife oat the trial. Counsel for rs Teal said he would apply for a Brttleate of reasonable do...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

Daily Puzzle A SEASONABLE RHYME. Oh, wise or dull or fast or slow, A carpet knight or hero; Man wants but little here below Below what's known as zero. Find the weather' man. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Upside down, in front of man. dOne 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: R. C. E.-Two. Board-One. E. Z.-One. W F.-One. J. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. NEW TEN-ROOM HOUSE; APPLY 612 S. Third. 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 unfurnished as preferred; also 3-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. ROOM AND BOARD. BOARD AND ROOM: 602 W. PINE. ROOMS AND BOARD. 519 S. FIRST. MACHINISTS. MISSOULA IRON WORKS; ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 27 February 1909

Tfmpta Lenten asd an~d Salt Fish `i T aC*r Presh Mackerel, In s*sw very fine; our price, per can ........................1 o I NO TAIA-Deep-Sea Shellfish t" r soups, salads and fry; per ue very fine, for family, tar ....................... Smoked Fish ToIda we offer some of the very einest soeked fish, all daily by ex bi`tped Salmon, lb ........90O Herring, lb .........9S# planiond Salmon, lb ...9S4 rad e, lb ..:..........s0 S "U S CORNR. Phone N Perfect Stationery Your letters represent you where O.v cannot be personally. They ought to oonvey as favorable an impression as you yourself would Wake. Up-to-date stationery does not oest much more than the or dlpwry 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 f.brics that cannot be equaled. By the pound at 85c; env...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

THE WEATHER NO MATTER ""THE DAILY MISSOULIAN" Today--Genrally fair. What you want; thT lamPI Tomorrow-Fair; colder. will help yo t. VOL. XXXV. NO. 299. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY 1ORNINO. 1'EIUWAIAC :S. 1901. PRICE FIVE CENTU BOOTH FACES CONSPIRACY CHARGE PRESIDENT OF BIG FISH CON CERN AND FORMER ASSISTANT TREASURER INDICTED. HIGH FINANCE SCHEMES Prominent Business and Society Men Are Accused of Conspiring and Se curing Large Sum From Chicago Bank by Making False Statements of Firm's Business Condition. Chicago, Feb. 27.-W. Vernon Booth, president of A. Booth & Co., the so called fish trust, which went into the hands of a receiver last September, and F. R. Robbins, former assistant treas urer of the company, were indicted today. They, "with others to the grand jury unknown," are charged with entering into a conspiracy by means of which they secured, "wil fully, maliciously, feloniously," etc., the sum of $300,000 from the Co'nti nental National bank of Chicago. The two men are jo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

kautiful A Full Block This is a block that is sure to be on or near the car line running to the fort. There , saurely $50 per lot profit in ,this block in less than six months. The Price Well, it is so cheap that if you have a drop of specula tive blood you can't pass this up. The whole block goes at $100 per lot. Well located and in a growing district. Act quickly; it's a snap. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. VIOLATORS OF GAME LAWS ARE PUHISHiT Word reached Missoula yesterday that two men named Rosenleaf and Oscarson had been tried in Philips burg on the charge of seining fish in Echo lake, ani, pleading guilty, had been fined $50 and costs. It was on September 24 of last year that the act was committed, 250 pounds of fish being taken with the seines. At the time nothing was done, although a rancher of the vicinity took the seines and fish away from the men. On February 12 Deputy Game Warden H. D. Vance visited the scen...

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