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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 January 1909

STEVE[ISILLE VOTES IMPROVEMENTS PEOPLE DECIDE IN FAVOR OF WATER WORKS AND ELEC TRIC LIGHTING SYSTEMS. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Stevensville, Jan. 6.-At a special election held here today, the citizens cast an overwhelming vote in favor of bonding the city in the amount of $25,000 for the construction of a water works system. The total vote stood 37 for and 7 against the proposition.I The question of granting C. B. Mc Carthy an electric lighting franchise was also voted upon at the same elec tion and won out decisively. Mr. Mc Carthy will proceed immediately with all the details of erecting the electric plant, which will be constructed on the Burnt Fork creek, about 10 miles east of the city on the old McGlnley ranch. A dam was constructed at that point some time ago for the operation of a grist mill. At the next sitting of the town council an ordinance will be passed authorizing the issuance of the wa ter works bonds and a call will be made for bids covering the construc tio...

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. — 6 January 1909

the Test, Stret, Mis tt ýtorteftae at Missoula, 1r q ondq.. l satil matter UBUC .RIPTION RATES (in Advance) . .........,.. 8 .: on. e year .............. 1.00 added for foreign oountries. TELEPHONE NUMBER 4ssii ess Ottfie 110 Editorial Rooms VUSCRISERS' PAPERS 'The MiJiians is anxious to give the bet carlier servioe; therefore sub .triee are requested to report faulty *.*vuey at once. In ordering paper 5aWed to new address please give old addr.sa also. Money orders and checks aeolid be made payable to The Mis 'e5llila Publishing Company. W DNMSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1o90. WELL DONE. tWere could be nothing more satie. lAetory than the result of the special eleotion yeestrday, unless the ballots hbad been oast unanimously in favor of the railway and light franchises. A 'tn-to-one vote is pretty good; it tamps Missoula as a progressive city, wilitng to. take advantage of every op -peitnity to further her Interests and liherallfy disposed toward those who are willing to co-operate with her. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 January 1909

BUSY TIMES IN COAL REGIONS ANNOUNCED THREE ACRES OF FUEL MINE DDAILY IN THE ROSLYN DISTRICT. Spokane, Jan. 5.-Every independent company operating in the Roslyn dis trict in central Washington, west of Spokane, is increasing itscapacity and there is every indication that the com ing year will be the most active in the history of coal mining in this state. Five companies have been added to the list since last February and the North ern Pacific railway has been obliged to add another train to handle the shipments. It is announced that more than three acres of coal is mined daily. The Northwestern Improvement company now has an output of 7,500 tons daily, for railroad consumption. It now employs more than 2,000 men. The next largest mine is the Roslyn Fuel company, operating two and one half miles north of Roslyn. The out put of this mine has now reached 500 tons daily, and the entire product goes to the retail trade. The Roslyn-Cas cade company's mine was last year greatly inproved and...

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

THE BIG SALE IS ON And Missoula's shoppers are out in force. The winter goods are moving fast, for prices have been cut to the very core. Quality and value have been lost sight of in our desire to rid the shelves of winter merchandise, and we will accomplish what we set out to do, as the values are irresistible. Millinry January Clearance of Ladies' Suits waist Values Just like finding them at these prices, and the price on That Represent Real ealch suit is so far below first cost that it seems a shame to Money Saved let themn go, but they've got to go. $3.39 fr $6.50 Net Waists. $8.98 for $18.50 suits $14.59 for $30 suits $4.98 for $6.00 China Silk Waists. Your Choice $2.69 $91.79 for $25 suits $1X.39 for $35 suits 43.98 for $5.00 China Silk Waists. $11.79 for $25 suits $2.9s for $4.00 China Silk Waists. $19.89 for $45 suits $21.69 for $55 suits. $2.29 for $4.50 Flannel Waists. of any trimmed hat in the $1.79 for $2.75 Batiste Waists. house; some worth as high as Less Than Cost for...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 January 1909

GOVERNOR NORRIS READS ADDRESS TO LEGISLATURE Continued From Page One.) the constitution provides that with an assessed valuation of less than $300, 000,000' the rate of taxation for state purposes may not exceed 2 mills, and with an assessed valuation of $300,000, 000 or over the rate may not exceed 1% mills. The income received from the tax levy of 1908 was approxi mately $630,000. It seems assured that in 1910 the assessed valuation will ex ceed $300,000,000, and in this event the income of the state from the source named will be only $450,000. This is a matter of sufficient mo ment to cause us to pause and give most careful thought to expenditures. I ask the exercise of the greatest pru dence in making appropriations. The legislative assembly makes the appro priations, and with it lies the respon sibility. I can only point out the dan ger and you must avert it by limiting appropriations. If the assessed valuation increases in 1910, as I confidently expect it will, and if you do n...

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. — 6 January 1909

GOVERNOR NORRIS READS ADDRESS TO LEGISLATURE (Continued From Page Seven) than the legislative assembly, legally authorized to take such further action in the premises, and all matters relat ing to such sales and the hearing had, are submitted and referred to you for such action as you may deem advis able. Alaska-Yukon- Pacifio Exposition. The Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition will be held in Seattle this year, com mencing in June. Judging from in formation received concerning the management and the financing of the exposition, I believe it will be a most successful undertaking. A proper exhibit of the resources of the state would undoubtedly prove of value. My judgment is that the con dition of the general fund will not permit of an appropriation sufficient to make a creditable showing. If you deem otherwise, your action should be prompt, as the time is very short for the gathering of exhibits. Employers' Liability. The wisdom of the fellow servant law heretofore enacted has been demo...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 January 1909

Daily Puzzle " - - - - - Find another coaster. Answer to Yesterday's Puzzle-Upside down, nose against nose. d 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: K-One. F. B.-One. E. L.-One. L.-One. J. B.-One. E. B.-One. F.-One. M. 20-Two. Lee-Two.. W. S.-Two. J. E.-Two. J. M.-Three. Box "7-Four. FOR RENT-HOUSES. FOR RENT-NEW 5-ROOM HOUSE. Phone 533 red. 3-ROOM HOUSE. INQUIRE 417 South Third street west. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT FURNISHED ROOMS FOR LIGHT housekeeping. 1001 Vine street. TWO FURNISHED HOUSEKEEP ing rooms, in connection with bath; 509 South First. FOR RENT-FURNISHED ROOMS. 420 EAST FRONT. WIILSON BLOCK. 121 W. PINE. FURNISHED ROOMS-201 E. CEDAR. 117 W. CEDAR, OVER ORVIS' STORE FURNISHED FRONT ROOM. 325 East Front. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM; 415 West Pine street. THE LENOX-FURNISHED ROOMS; steam heat; no housekeeping. TWO FRONT ROOMS; ONE SUIT able for four. 501 East Pine. FURNIS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 January 1909

imsouLA oil er BRooIRY Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit 50c TiE BUSY CORNER Phone 9$ A Special Offer In order to reduce our stock be fore invoiolng we offer our guar anteed $-quart fountain syringe for "1.00. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents Theee are fresh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and If it does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Blook Corner Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue The Worth F ANY piece of furni tures lies in its lasting qualities. Varnish and putty eonceal structural defects and the furniture that looks best does not always wear best. But our stock com. bines appearance and dura bility; it is made by the best manufacturers in the world and their reputation is based upon every piece. We guar antee our wares and the prices are reasonable. J. M. Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS Sompeteo House and Offio. Fur nishinga. CUP Qf COFFEE With Whipped Cream Free to Ladies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 January 1909

THE WEATHER THE DAILY MISSOUIAN Tomorro--now; . O. 247. IOLA MONTANA THURDAY MORNING JANUARY 7 1909. VOL. XXXV. NO. 247. .MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1909. PRICE RATE MEASURE UNFAVORABLY REPORTED SENATE COMMITTEE ACTS AD. VERSELY UPON FULTON'S RAILROAD BILL. FORAKER'S VOTE DECIDES Proposed Act Prohibiting Roads From Increasing Freight and Passenger Tariffs Without Due Notioe Meets Opposition but May Be Forced Be fore Upper House for Further Action Washington, Jan. 6.-An adverse re port of the senate on Senator Ful ton's bill to prohibit railroads from increasing freight and passenger rates without due notice, was made today by Chairman Elkins of the committee on interstate commerce. The action anticipated a message from President Roosevelt calling attention to the need for further legislation on railroad rates as indicated by the recent decision of the supreme court of the United States in the case of E. H. Harriman against the interstate commerce commission. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 January 1909

ere is Big -Money " Any of These ir*o lots within half a bock of the N. P. depot; 0x130 feet; a big bargain at $1,100; only $500 cash need Iwo lots, each 40x130 feet, Ion South Third street; ce ment walk in front and city water within 10 feet; a spe cially fine opportunity for the home-builder, as I can make terms to suit the most modest purse; $375 each. Six fine loth in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im. proving most rapidly and are an excellent buy; $250 each --one-third cash, balance one and two years. RICH STRIKE IS MADE N THE H, E,& M. MINE Special to The Daily Misoullan. Wallace, Jan. 6.-What Is declared by experts to appear to be one of the richest strikes made in the Coeur d'Alenes for many months was made today, when the drift in the H. E. & M. mine opened into a vein three feet In thickness of almost pure lead, with first-clasb milling ore on either side. "We have a second Bunker Hill & Sulivan," declares J. M. Edwards of North Yaki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 January 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD BURLIIDl IRENS N. P. LEASE REPORTED THAT THE "Q" WILL CONTINUE TO ENTER BIL LINGS OVER OLD LINE. A renewal of the lease which en ables the Burlington Railway company to run its trains into Billings from Huntley over the tracks of the North ern Pacific came as one of the re sults of the conference of the officials of the two roads in this city yester day and last night. It could not be ascertained, however, for what num ber of years the lease is to continue. A complete inventory of the ter minals, the buildings and other prop erty of the Burlington was taken by the officials who made a careful and thorough inspection of all of the property. The new union passenger station, which is nearing completion, was also visted and the officials of the North ern Pacific stated that while the work has been delayed to a slight extent, the interior portions of the structure are now being finished rapidly and the ne*v building will be ready for occupancy about February 1. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 January 1909

any li the tear. WaJuRr*am co. M Wst Main Street, Mis souls, Montana. W4t the postottice at Missoula, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in ,Advanoe) one maonth ................$0.75 Sthree months ............ 8.25 y. six months ................. 4.00 ly o year .................. 8.00 one veer ............. 1.50 added ftr foreln countries. TRLEPIHONE NUMBER -usrlnes Offtice 110 Editorial Rooms IUBBCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoultan Is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefnlt, rub airibers are requested to report faulty klvery at once. In ordering paper uanged to new address please give old .ddr ss also. Money orders and checks dsould be made payable to The Mis s·ultan Publishing Company. TRIW3DAY, JANUARY 7, 1909. CONSOLIDA ION. In his message to the legislature Governor Norris correctly intcrprets the suggestion made by Presideni Dutnway of the state university rela tive to the administrative unity which is desirable in the management of the state's institution...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 January 1909

In the Realm of Sports 8ASEBALL WAR NOW AYERTED NATIONAL COMMISSION MAKES FINAL SETTLEMENT OF MINOR'S TROUBLES. Cincinnati, Jan. 6.-The final settle ment of the minor league troubles that threatened a baseball war was ratified at a brief session of the national baseball commission today. By an agreement already reached, the American association and the Eastern league get all they asked for, excepting a separate organization en tirely outside the National association. These organizations together with the Pacific Coast organization are placed in a classification of their own to be class "AA." They are to have the right to draft players from the Southern and Western leagues now in class "A," as well as from all the lower classes. All players drafted by major league clubs from the smaller leagues cannot be sent back to such leagues without first passing through the "AA" leagues. The "AA" leagues are to be permitted to draft territory from the minor leagues under certain conditions, and...

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. — 7 January 1909

The January. Clearance Sale Still Continues Think of buying winter goods at bedrock prices. Think of buying blankets, comforters and all heavy goods at practically cost. Fill your winter wants now. 6~5 2'3aCtO A NEW DISTURBANCE IN MARKET NEW YORK CENTRAL STOCKS TAKE A TUMBLE AND ALARM SPECULATIVE HOLDERS. New York, Jan. 6.-The stock mar ket had apparently disposed of the disturbing effect of the collapse in Consolidated GCa before the day's ses sion at the stock exchange had, pro ceeded far. This factor had no more than lost its influence when a drop in New York Central intervened to give a fresh start to the nerves of specu lative holders of stocks. The reaction in New York Central was based, like that in Consolidated Gas, on previous excessive speculations, although not carried to such length as had been that in the gas stock, nor was the news which caused the speculators to feel misgivings so definite or so abrupt as that offered by the supreme court decision in the gas case. The...

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. — 7 January 1909

COOPER IS ELECTEO CHAIRMAN RAVALLI COUNTY COMMISSION ERS ORGANIZE-HAMILTON NEWS BREVITIES. Hamilton, Jan. 6.-The board of county commissioners have organized by electing O. C. Cooper chairman and Joseph Appolonio purchasing agent. A. J. White was appointed justice of the peace for Ward township, he and J. F. Morris having a tie vote. C. A. Bailey was appointed constable in the same township. Work will commence this week on a new business block. It will be a con crete structure on Third street and it will contain two rooms on the ground floor, one being used for a garage and the other for a paint and paper store. *The building will be situated just south of the Ravalli County bank building. Dr. Adam Owens returned last eve ning from a visit during the day at Missoula. Yesterday was the coldest day ex perienced in Hamilton this winter, th lowest temperature being zero. The people were prepared for the sudden change, as the weather bureau had given the forecast in ample time to prepare...

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. — 7 January 1909

LYS BES cT GRocCERv Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit SOc THE BUSY CORNER Phoie n9 A Special Offer In order to reduce our stock be fore intoicing we offer our guar anteed 3-quart fountain syringe for "1.00. ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart Not Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and if it does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST$ Hammond Blook Corner Picture Frames at Simons 312 liggins Avenue The Worth OF ANY piece of furni tures lies in its lasting qualities. Varnish and putty conceal structural defects and the furniture that looks best does not always wear best. But our stock com. bines appearance and dura bility; it is made by the best manufacturers in the world and their reputation is based upon every piece. We guar antee our wares and the prices are reasonable. J.M.Lucy& Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS Somplete Hous and Offlo Fur. niehinga. 15#, 2o¢, 25¢, 3O0 Hot Lunch HOWARD'S "Ole minute se...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

l..HE.WTH THE DAILY MISSOULIAN I Tomorrow-.-now; Cold. Cold O RIA Rmake Ie VOL. XXXV. NO. 24& MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1909. PRICE F : PRICE FIVE UPPER HOUSE COMMITTEES NAMED SENATE IS FIRST BRANCH OF LEGISLATURE TO FULLY OR GANIZE ,FOR WORK. MANY BILLS INTRODUCEt In Assignment of Chairmanships Sen ator Donlan of Missoula Is Awarded Two-Lower Body Makes Record in Number of Notices Given of Mess.- ures to Be Presented Later. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, Jan. 7.-Committees were named by the senate today and by this action the upper house became the first branch of the legislature to be fully organized for the work that lies before the eleventh assembly. Speak er McDowell of the lower house an nounced that he would name the com mittees in that branch tomorrow so that when the week-end adjournment is taken, both bodies will be prepared for work Monday. The feature of business transacted in both houses today was the large number of bills introduced. T...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

9-s7 JaMal Orders a aps a mtrl aving on When unable to attend thia great Hila of morohandis-a spler* bardain ale writs us your wants did 4Margn sale of dependable 1 H E G O LD EN RU AdeLE'ailom and c "vtuee-don't miss the greateatop. you llyt _a honeat valueos w.if you tnl of the year. u w ere here in prion Great January Clearance Sale t7his Js Hot a profit Alaking Sale. but a qenuine Bona Fide Clearance Jale Of All Minter 4 ines and , il Broken .,ines in Whatever Department 'hey Are Found: a Jale in Which You Can Buy /igh Class Merchandise at Actual Wholesale Cost. 7'he mere announcement of our January Cleanup Jole is enough to crowd our store every hour from the opening until the closing day. Because times without number we have proven our ability to give genuine seasonable bargains. During the twelve days' sale not only winter goods but sOrery item of mer chandise in our mammoth stock will be greatly reduced in price and the saving is well worth your while. Be on hand every day. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

There Is Big Money. In Any of These Two lots within half a block of the N. P. depot; 60x130 feet; a big bargain at $1,500; only $500 cash need ed. Two lots, each 40x130 feet, on South Third street; ce ment walk in front and city water within 10 feet; a spe cially fine opportunity for the home-builder, as I can umke terms to suit the most modest purse; $375 each. Six fine lotb in block 52, South Missoula. They are right where the city is im pI oving most rapidly and are an excellent buy; $250 each -one-third cash, balance one .,l tw. years. --S CREENHOOD MARRIES GREAT FALLS GIRL Special to The Daily Misoulian. Great Falls, Jan. 7.-The marriage of Miss Leah Wallensteln to Henry Greenhood of Missoula occurred last night at the home of the bride's parents in this city in the presence of a number of relatives and intimate friends of the bride and groom. The wedding was an extremely simn ple one, the ceremony being per formed by Rabbi Abelson of Helena. The bride was attended by her paren...

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. — 8 January 1909

usfa. Mostam. **asiulOt at Mleola., as second-tass mail matter. '. G CRIPTION RATES (Isa Adveas.) :month ................ 0.7 aig months ............. 0.06 S·lt hmoaths ................ 4.00 , iea t..r ................. 8.00 . . . . ................ O 0l ar r oelon couatries. TELEIWHONE NUMSKR Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUJMCRItRER' PAPERS IWho MlsouMau is anxious to give 8 bera t arrier service; thernre rub r are requested to report faulty b"oi at once. In ordering paper e 'to new address please give old also. Money orders and checks be made payable to The MI. Publishlin Company. MUPDAT, JANUARY 8, 1509. THE PRESIDENT'S SALARY. Yesterday there was reported to the senate a bill which provides for the lasesse of the salary of the president to one hundred thousand dollars. This is a& 'tep toward the practical solu t.on of a question which has been dis cussed as long as the proposed change ii the date of inauguration. It is generally held that the salary of our hiet executive Shoul...

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