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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

A Stupendous Sale ot Beautiful, Shimmering Silks The Most Remarkable Values Ever Seen S All Records Broken! On Sale Saturday and Monday Only 2,000 Yards of the New Fancy EXTRA EXTRA 1,500 Yards of the Fashionable ' iDozen Handkerchiefs Three Pairs Hose India Silk on Sale One dozen ladies' fine cambric Thre pairs of bos' and g h Ra ah Pongee on Sale handkerchies, hemstitched and n oth bhfne and coarse ribbed, rhgu cross-barred; $1.00 value .....50O lar $1.00 value ............. 500 All the Newest and Worth il the Regular EXTRA " EXTRA In the Prettiest and Worth in the Most Popular Selling Way 85Two Lle Vests Dollar Face Vels Most Becoming Colors Selling Way 7k Spring Shades a Yard. Burry Lades' tine ribbed lisle ests, lace ine tuxedo ilk net, henille dots You've Ever Seen U a Yard. Come trimmed; regular 50c value; two in brown, navy. black and wine; For Saturday and Monday Only or . ...................r 1.00 ale .......... The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered Fashion has decreed that s...

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. — 28 February 1909

~cmm BASEALL HOPES O GLIMMERING APATHY ON THE PART OF MIS SOULA BUGS LETS DIAMOND POSSIBILITIES DIE. The annual spasm of Missoula base ball enthusiasm has run its course and it looks as if the national game will be played in the Garden city dur ing the season of 1909 as heretofore-a game with anybody, once in a while. A week ago Missoula fans were wrought up considerably by the ap learanoe of J. S. Barnes, representing the promoters of the Intermountain Baseball league, and for an hour or two it really looked as though this town was going to shake off its feel ing of indifference and get into league harness without delay. The move aent, while it looked good and healthy at first, died a-bornln'. As a matter of fact, the committee, which started out last Tuesday, did its work faithfully and well for two days, but met with so many rebuffs from so lcited business men that the work was abandoned and the committee dis solved in utter disgust. One ot the committeemen, when seen yesterday r...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

LABABRA IS RECEIVED AT CAPITOL NEW MEXICAN MINISTER IS FOR MALLY PRESENTED TO THE PRESIDENT. Washington, Feb. 27.--Cordial ex pressions of friendship on both sides characterized the presentation today to the president of Senor Don Francis L. L LaBarra, the new Mexican am bassador to the United States, by Sec retary Bacon. Senor LaBarra said his government and people have the heart iest wishes for the constant increas ing popularity of the United States. The president said in reply that he tendered every good wish for the in creasing prosperity of Mexico and on his own behalf asked the ambassador to convey to President Diaz the ex pression of his personal regard and earnest wish for his welfare and hap piness. President Roosevelt paid a high compliment to Senor Creel, the retir ing ambassador, whose mission, he said, "has so signally contributed to perpetuate and strengthen the mutual good will of our two countries and whose departure is felt by all as a personal loss." REAR ADMIRAL ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

New, Nifty Apparel for Spring Wear I Quite a showing of the new suits is now% . here. Every express brings more new, snappy, up-to-now models, NO TW() ALIKE. They come in all the new shades, and they have been priced to sell quickly. V We are showing them from $15.00 up. New Millinery SSome of the new stunts for spring are here, and from now on we will show a nice line--from $3.48 up. New Belts NEW CORSETS Wash Beautiful elastic belts The radical changes in fashion has e- Goods with the new Parisian hape buckles; also the cessitated entirely new lines for the figure. popular Co-ed belt. The straight back with the long, graceful Now is the time to think cut lines over the hips, are now correct, and about your spring wash can be easily obtained by the very modist. dresses. The prettiest patterns we have ever New Combs shown are now here, and New C mtbe new challles, linen mbrace all that is new American Lady Corsets sutngs, the great va rlety of colored lawns, the in that line. The Pa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

MARKET OPERATIONS IRREGULAR PROFESSIONAL ELEMENT IS AC TIVE FOR A BRIEF PERIOD DURING THE DAY. New York, Feb. 27.-The professional contingent was active during the short session of the stock exchange, which ended the short week and their opin ions showed great variety and irregu larity. The strong upward impetus during the first hour carried prices to the highest level since the demoral ized break at the opening of the week. As stocks became dearer there was some decrease in the buying. The way thus opened for reaction. This was based on the dread of the coming Monday, set aside by the supreme court for handing down decisions, and the expectation that the commodities clause test case would be included in the decisions. Operators who pro fessed to have read the inaugural ad dress of the incoming president ex pressed satisfaction with its tenor and a belief that business confidence would be fostered by its contents. There were in circulation in the finan cial district well defined rep...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

REILLY S MIWSOULA% E3ST OROOIRY Tempting Lenten Canned and Salt Fish TEN CASES Fresh Mackerel, in cans; very fine; our price, per can ............... .........1W ENO TABA--Deep-Bea Shellfish for soups, salads and fry; per Car ........................10 , uohdybel-! very fine, for family, for ......................... 5# Smoked Fish Tor ,nwe. offer some of the very finest,.'aoked fish, all daily by ex press. Klppeebd Salmon, lb ........SO0 Dressed Herring, lb .........SI6 Black Diamond Salmon, lb ...25* Finnln Haddie, lb ............200 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 yeu 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 sises and style of WHITING'S PAPERS. In all size boxes, by the pound and in tablet...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

·. THE IDALY MISSOULIAN PAGES 0O O MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1909. .... :..:.: -.. .·:~ .-~~· v. ". . . •. ' , "' . . '-: : j::", , ýý :,. fit, f \.. ,rr l aý iii· Lar~· HE American republic, as be comes a nation with supposedly democratic ideals, is not much given to that pomp and splendor which characterizes the ceremonies at monarchial courts. Nevertheless, the souvereign people and the na tional government do co-operate once every four years to produce an im pressive spectacle that in imposing pagentry is quite the peer of any state function to be witnessed any where in the world. The occasion for this climax of popular display is the inauguration of a newly-elected pres ident of the United States, and since these is always greater popular in terest and a more elaborate program when a president is inaugurated for a new term than is the case when a chief magistrate is Installed in of fice for a second term, it goes with out saying that the inauguration of 19...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

opn ., Centenary, Rear s hLor e//Faire Ini' !! itt :· i.. . r .o , ia r. :::jj !i1!! .: iii i:::... . f " " .·"i. : . : !. °1 il-~. ::.,....... ::.:.....:1~ f~asr~~ C~31tUý7 .rron1 ýtrý.brý5ýhrelý1e t'i(.lENE\', theit Itusslitan novelist, c oined the maith lous epigramn, misquoted by Hluneker, that "there are about :a tlthoua(lnd ladles ini Europe in whose armls (lhoplin yielded up his spirit." Huenker mnakes it half a hundred countesses, which, of course, leaves open possibility of the other 950 having some other rank. This epigram and famollius love affair with George Sand hate put an atmos phere of imlropltrety aboliut (hopin's life, as if he had been some polyga mous pasa of nmusic, whois' Iogri pher had need to be lnew Lepori'Ill to catalogue his conquests. In reality. Frederic Francois Clhopin --orn 100 years ago this first day of March- was ia somewhat domesti cated genius of the highly susceplti ble sort. lie fell in love tas rapidly as a duck takes to water, and he fell out...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

AISTT 4 4'-.··. : .. : I1 kc~ T&1 rmbride j~t:eat:t·dr: h '7. T1 ·6 Dee Cogoin:Be on liet·· A inevitably as Santa Claus makes his reappearance with Christmas, the separate waist comes back with spring. There is no gainsaying the fact that the preserv ing dressmakers have established the all-in-one-piece frock in the foremost rank of favor. For all ceremonious occasions the costume en princess is by far the most aplpropriate and graceful, the effect of smartness be ing possible with the one piece frock, however simply made, that could never be achieved with a skirt and shirtwaist, no matter how handsome in itself each garment might be. But all the same, along with the spring time dandelions, the shiri vaisi per enially blooms. Coolness Is Favored. A feature that keeps the sltirtwai.t from annihilation is its coolness-and its possibilities of fresh daintiness front frequent trips to the laundress. No matter how smart and trig the cotton or linen frock may be, it is never quite as ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

THE DAILY MISSOULIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. 129 and 131 West Main Street, Mis soula, Montana.. Entered at the postoffice at Missoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (in Advanoe) Daily, one month ..............$0.75 Daily, three months ............... 2.25 Daily, six months ................ 4.00 Daily, one year ..................... 8.00 Weekly, one year ................ 1.50 Postage added for .ireign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS The Missoullan 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 Mis souliar. Publishing Company. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1909. PASSING EVENTS We are in the midst of the rush of the closing days of congress and state legislature and, adding to the interest w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

ff~tTy Of course it has been admitted by every one over and over again that the event of all events of the sea son was the opening of the Harnois theater on last Thursday evening. The story of the success of the evening has been told fully In The Missoullan with the exception of the social side, of which little has been said. When Lenten resolutions were made it is very evident that with the ex ception of the opening of the new theater" was added, for probably never in the history of Missoula has there been such a gathering of so ciety people as graced the Harnois theater on the evening of its intro duction to the public. The handsome interior of the building, which came as a surprise, even after much an ticipation and expectation, proved an appropriate and handsome back ground for the beauty and exquisite costumes of the guests. Especially in the spacious boxes, where evening dress prevailed, the gowns were un usually handsome, and after the long years that the old Union did duty, ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

PLAN AND PURPOSE OF THE NATIONAL FORESTS tContinued From Page Nine) der the circumstances by a prudent man in the effort to make a home and farm for. his own support. More than this cannot be required. less should not be accepted as a compliance with the law. Rights under the desert land law. may be acquired by any citizen of the United States, twenty-one years if age, or any person of that age who has declared his intention of becoming a citizen of the United States, except that persons who have acquired title to or are claiming under any of tihe public land laws, except the mieiral laws, through settlement or entry made since August 30. 1890, any other lands which with tile lands last applied ftor would amount in the aggregate to more than 320 acres can not make a desert land entry. In defining what are desert lands which may be so ac quired the interior department hodl that "lands which produce native grasses sufficient in quantity, if un fed by grazing animals, to make an ordina...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

AOne 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 ag. 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 8-room house, 20 lots in Low's addition and two blocks in Daily addition. Inquire 417 South Third street. FOR RENT-OFFICES. OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT. THE Briton. DESK ROOM FOR RENT, GROUND floor. M. Solomon, 212 Higgins Ave. TWO OFFICES TO RENT. J. B. Bryan Real Estate Investment Co., 120 Higgins ave., 2d floor. ROOM AND BOARD. BOARD AND ROOM: 602 W. PINE. ROOMS AND BOARD. 519 S. FIRST. FOR RENT-HOUSES. CHEAP; 3-ROOM FURNISHED house; 238 North Secon...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 28 February 1909

THIS, THEN, IS TO ANNOUNCE One week ago today I announced that I would sell 50,000 shares of treasury stock of the Kennedy Creek Coal and Coke Company at lOc a share to raise money to pay for the big Keystone percussion core drill that the company had purchased and furnish a working fund. Already more than 30,000 shares have been sold and the drill is paid for; it is now on the company's property, and will be drilling in a couple of days or sooner. That it will prove the ex istence of big bodies of high-grade coal I feel certain. I NOW ANNOUNCE That I will not further advertise Kennedy Creek Coal and Coke, for enough additional stock will be sold within the next few days to exhaust the allotment of the 50,000 shares of treasury stock at 10 cents. I ALSO ANNOUNCE That it will be necessary for you to act quickly if you want any 10-cent stock, for when this allotment is sold no further stock will be offered for anything like 10c a share. This enterprise deserves the support of every ma...

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

THE WEATHER NOMAE T ay--Partly cloudy. Wha will hpyoull > VOL. ;RTHE DAILY jAyMISSOULIA M Tomorrow-Cloudy.MISSOULA, MONTANA, MOND OIG MARCH 1, 190. PRICE FIV VOL. XXV O p.MISSlOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY M1OINING. MARCH 1, 1909. PRICEFIr SIXTIETH CONGRESS PLACES ROOSEVELT IN LIMELIGHT Review of Work of Legislators Shows Only One Appropriation Bill Sent to President. IIAY INYESTIGATIONS ILLUMINATE ADMINISTRATION Discussion of Secret Service, Panama Canal, Brownsville Affair and Tennessee Coal & Iron Company Are Most Prominent Features of Session That Will Come to an End This Week. Washington, Feb. 28.-Now that bil lion-dollar sessions of congress are the rule, little other appropriation legis lation can be edacted during the short session, and the one to end this week is no exception to the rule. The ap propriations probably will be the largest on record, even exceeding the $1,008,500,000 provided for at the first session. As only one of the 15 gen eral appropriation bills has been ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 March 1909

A Full Block This is a block that is sure to be on or near the car line running to the fort. There is surely $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. WELL-KNOWN WOMAN TO BE BURIEO TODAY The funeral of Mrs., Freda MacDon aid, who died at St. Patrick's hospi tal on Saturday evening, will be held this afternoon at 2:30 from the Pres bwterian church, Rev. John Counter mine of Victor offilciating. The pall bearers will be E. E. Yutsey, John Boyn, W. J. Scott, James Cameron, Vatl Hammer and George Fox. Mrs. MacDonald, as was announced yesterday In The Missoulian, was the wife of Kenneth MacDonald, foreman for the Big BlaCkfoot Milling com pany at Potomac. She was the daughter o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 March 1909

New Harnols Theater C. A. HARNOIS, Manager. 8 Nights, Commencing Monday, March I Dick P. Button Presents. Donahue's Players Opening Play "My Dixie Girl" A ROMANCE OF OLD KENTUCKY. High-class vaudeville between acts. Change of play and special ties nightly. Beat popular priced show on the road, the verdict of press and public. Prices-25#, 35#, 5O#. Box seats-75#. MATINEE SATURDAY. Seats on sale Saturday, 10 a. m.; secure them early. Union Theater C. A. HARNOI8, Mlanaebr Rome of Advanced Vaudeville LIFE MOTION PICT1JRES. Entire change of program, com mencing Saturday matinee. GRACE CARROLL. All-around Dancer. CHIYO. Great Japanese Juggler. IllustrateQ song, "Wildflower," by Miss Mayme Daly. MISS BURDETT. The Singing Soubrette. Special Feature-Held over for Saturday only "FERRA, THE IRON MAN." LATEST TINTED MOVING PIC TURES. Matinee 3:00 p. m. Nights, 7:80 to 8:30. Prices, 10# and 2O#. FOR Wines, Liquors and Cigars For the holidays phone J. E. POWER Family Liquor Store Corner Main and ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 March 1909

St Year. 0 CO. and 1* jSe NMStreet, His soula, Montan . at the poetoffice at Missoula, M , a s oond-class mail matter. S USCRMPTION RATES (in Advano*) buy, one month ................$0.75 three months .............. 3.1 siLe moath ................... 4.0 one year .................. 8.00 one year .................. 1.50 istatge added for fwreign countries. T.LEPHONE NUMBER paines. Offi0e iO Editorial Rooms $IUOifIBERSi' PAPERS The Missoulian is anxious to give best carrier service; therefore sub. bers are requested to report faulty lwety at o.oe. In ordering paper to new address please give old ress also. Money orders and checks ould be made payable to The Mis eoulanr. Publishing Company. MONDAY, MARCH 1, 1909. HERE IT IS. A week ago the Montana Lookout, asserting that the opposition to Sen ate Bill 18 had its origin in the black hearted, soulless, grasping Amalga MIated company, promised that we *owld have the complete history of the bill as soon as the Lookout was able to get hold ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 March 1909

PASSENIERS GLOOMY BUT HOPEFUL THOSE WHO HAVE EMBARKED ON THE FINANCIAL SEAS ARE AGROUND. Special Correspondence of W. M. Biggs Co. On board shin "High Prices" aground on Cape Hopedeferre'l, Tar riffrevision Islan(1, Feb. 27.-' he past week lAd apparently bee lected by an unkind fate as the pr per time to unload a conglomerate collection of misfortunes )n cthi head.;l of the patient, and impatient passengers of the ship and of the entire passengeir list Mr. Con Gas, who can usually be relied upon to do the unexpected is the only one who has been able to smile in the face of adversity, al though several others are making heroic efforts to maintain a brave front, if only to the extent of mak ing faces at it while itp back is turned. Troubles began to accumulate early Tuesday morning when during a blinding snowstorm the ship was driven ashore on this inhospitable island and during the panic which followed the shock a number of tpie passengers were quite seriously ih jured by falling spa...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 1 March 1909

Daily Puzzle . March 1.-Frederick Chopin, the composer, born today in Answer to Saturday's Puzsle-Upside down, nose u r .er n. One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain la this offloe as follows:. R. C. E.-Two. Board-One. NI. Z.-One. W F.-One. S. J.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. NEW TEN-ROOM HOUSE; APPLY 11U 8. Third. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT ae. Particulars at 815 Wolf ave. RO RT E. DI6IINS IAL ESTATE £AN B U ES QP'PORTUNITES aooK ALZN BLOCK. MI ,. MONTANA. FOR SALEB.-FOUR, SEVEN, EIGHT and 13-room houses, e speotively; all modern and furnished or unfurnished as preferred; also 8-room house, 80 140e in LOW's addition and two blocks in Daily additiop. Inquire 417 Soath Third street. FOR RENT-OFFICES. OFFICE ROOM FOR RENT. THE Briton. DESK ROOM FOR RENT, GROUND floor. M. Solomon, 212 Higgins Ave, TWO OFFICES TO RENT. J. B. Bryan Real Estate Investment Co. 130 Higgins ave., 2d floor. ROOM AND BOARD. ROOM AND...

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