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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 March 1909

SPOKANE CELEBRATES ITS TRIUMPH WINNING OF THE RATE FIGHT AGAINST TRANSCONTINENTAL MARKED BY A JSBILEE. ' Spokane, March 5.-Manufacturers, jobbers, merchants and residents of Spokane will be invited to participate in a great jubilee to celebrate the city's triumph before the interstate commerce commission in the famous rate case, instituted against the trans continental railroads operating in this territory. The celebration is being ar ranged by the interstate commerce committee of the Spokane chamber of commerce under the direction of A. W. Doland and Jacob A. Schiller, who have fought for equitable rates from Chicago and eastern points since 1892. Tihe date has not been fixed, but it is announced that Mayor C. Her bert Moore will proclaim a civic holl day about the middle of March. When the interstate commerce com mission, headed by Martin A. Knapp, declared in its decision that the freight rates imposed upon Spokane are higher than those to Seattle, a more distant point, and held ...

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. — 6 March 1909

Beautiful New Spring Models Rich exclusive suits. made right by manufac turers of renown and fitted to your figure by the best fitters in the city. We feel so confident of our ability to give you a perect fit that we ABSO LUTELY guarantee our work in fitting. No mat ter how much your suit costs, if you don't get a perfect fit you are not get ting what you should. From $15 Up A Word About Spring Wash Goods Now is the time to think about your spring wash dresses. The pret tiest patterns we have ever shown are now here, and the new challies, linen suitings, the great variety of colored lawns, the new French ging hams, to say nothing of a wide variety of fancy white walstings will meet with your favor. See them. Sacred Heart Academy Pillow Tops A new pillow top idea, made for us specially, and prettily tinted, showing the Sacred Heart academy. Price 75c Each The Martin Co. MARKET MOVEMENTS RESTRMIN[ dPERATIONS IN STOCKS ARE CONFINED TO NARROW LIM ITS THROUGHOUT DAY. New York, March 6.-T...

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

INTEREST IS AROUSED BY' WILL QUESTION OF RELATIONSHIP OF MRS. 8ELBY TO SHARP IS RAISRD. Los Angeles, March 5.-Much inter eat is manifebted here in the state ment that Mrs. Zelda Selby, the daughter of "Lucky" Baldwin, and now the wife of an Oakland confec tioner, may prove to be a grand daughter of Abraham Sharpe, the former sergeant of the San Francisco police department and life-long bosom friend of Baldwin. This report has been rumored since the filing of the will of the famous plunger, when he named Mrs. Selby as one of the bene ficiaries of his $25,000,000 estate. It was not known here that Baldwin had a daughter by that name until the will was probated. Abraham Sharpe came to Los An geles several days prior to Baldwin's death and remained at his bedside until his demise. It was published at the time that his presence at the millionaire's bedside was the result of a pledge made between Sharpe and Baldwin many years ago that which ever reached his deathbed first the other would ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 March 1909

MT FROM AMERICA IS DISEASED. INSPO.TOR AT LONDON DE UCARS8 BIG SHIPMENT CON. TAINTS BAD GOODS. London, March 5.-Startling allega tions concerning the diseased condi tion of some recent consignments of Ameriean meat are contained in a re port by Dr. Williams, medical officer of the port of London, presented to the city council today. In a shipment of meat that arrived February 2, Dr. Williams reports that he found that 523 sheep livers and 180 lutgs were diseased out of a total of 3,400. There were also 800 frozen car ssesm on board this ship, of which 15 were minus the lymphatic glands. One carcass was affected with tuber culoess. 'There Is no necessity," Dr. Williams ies, "of removing the lymphatic glands unless with some specific ob $act, and presumably in the case of the 15 carcasses found without glands they had been discovered on inspec tion in the United States to show some evidence of disease." Continuing, the doctor pointed out that in the above consignment more than 600 cas...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 March 1909

Daily Puzzle I r i $t CERTAINLY NOT. There was once a fair maid of Northampton, Whose favorite corn got stamped on; She swore soft and low, Said "I'd have you to know That my toes are not here to be campton." Who stepped on her toes? Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Left side down, in coat. 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: L. R.-One. W. F. Benner W. M.-One. E. A. K.-One. J. J.-One. . H. G.-One. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE; 925 Defoe street. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-TWO OF BEST LOTS - in block 57, South Missoula; in quire 519 East Front street. FOR SALE-FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 11-2 lots, partially improved, in desirable location on Alder street; only six blocks from postofflce. The price is reasonable, with best of terms. Inquire 644 Toole ave. FOR SALE-BEST 6-ROOM HOUSE on Phillips streets; built in 1908; 6 lot...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 6 March 1909

6f'gt woo ath aia r . T' .3 p. AM - ::l orvul Iraoo f aSýt Smyt iu imo of Wurarirh ·sserrnst tbat all the zMai*. + ote~a?*b for yn vlth Just the potency eatvos tolem. "eeia nJoy t17 sowd 1 th phynfiann at tbhis r s- `t does not meter '"s 'write your, ptuosllption 19 W t=uV that it it Is put - that V@r ii got ox r"A. Than~~ :8rtri 4Ot Set us hsa your ooufi ..; . c o? o Ut - e *XAI 4 4 Na.. **M. ~ht *A-J.AC 4hWc#Y r i!. 6 11U. 01r 000W1 .·i~A al :.,Carte of F. A. 4 "y l atert sties. Fr mia othe ALL market. ib·8a j;,,Omplet.] Noune and Oeff Prnishingg. LUi LucyAS4~ , san AND $TEVSN andee OMfi Fur CINA s .n4 ouute. Soo our win ýýý .. c;~,:.. jJI~ dew gnhokbssnaa Io Mt aid m Them 4 .@ ~46smaudN g~uThcm ,1 aearet'wt "AlS RSML. IRIHE H5 OkOPLUE YOU KNOW AND, SOME OF TNI THINlG THEY SAY AND DO. iuaso s tivoe delegalon re turne4fiea afternoon and last light from Helena and AL hIts ,nembos o"1 tagion of the gIs ia mem bers of the house delegation were cor dWly greeted by their friends, and th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

Today: Fair. I no mor prmanent than Tomorrow: Fair the rilas ad user.'. VOL. XXXV. NO. 306. 1MISOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY .)1;NI N(, M.\1I'II 7.19 PRE FIVE CENTS . .. .. . .. . ... . .. . . . .. . .. .... . . .. .. .. . ... . .. .. .. .. ......__.~ .. .. ._. ... _ _ .__ __. ._ . . . ,,, ISSUES A CALL FOR EXTRA SESSION PRESIDENT TAFT WRITES PRO CLAMATION CONVENING CON GRESS ON MARCH 15. TARIFF MAY BE REVISED Proposition to Change Date of Inaugu ration May Also be Considered-All but Two Cabinet Members Take Oath of Office-National Conserva tion Committee to Continue Extant. \\Vashington, Marclh 6.-All but two of the nine members of President Taft's cabinet are now in office. Six, including Sccretaries Knox, Meyer, Ballinger, Wilson and Nagel, and Post master gieneral Hitchcock took the oath of oftice in the cabinet room to day. Attorney General Wickersham was ,sworni ill y.esterlday and Secretary Dickinson and Secretary MacVeagh will iprsenit themselves for duty with in a week or so. It w...

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

AFARM IN TOWN..... S 160 Acres Joining the Piatte4 Portion of ijBou1a I am ofefihg you this morning what I consider one of the very best investments on the market; 160 acres of land just south of the state university; there are about 10 acres iW the flat that would cut up nicely in town lots that would sell for more than I am asking for the entire 160; the re mainder would cut up in 10-acre tracts and sell quickly. This land faces the South Missoula Land company's land that they are going to plat up this spring and beau. tify the whole flat in front of it. You can more than double your money on this tract of land in less than six months; there is a good well, stoned up; a small house and other outbuildings; some fruit trees and one and three quarters miles of wire fence. I have a 10 days' option on this land for $3.500, on terms of one-half cash, nIlnce in one year, andl it is a great buy. Look it up if yoi are in terested in cleaning up three or four thousand dollars quickly. a LEG...

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

! MO CORSETS FOR SALE HERE. CORNER HIGGINS AVENUE AND PINE STREET. MISSOULA, MONT. SOLE AGENCY FOR McCALL PATTERN rthRemembering, Always Bear In Mind That We Save You Money MorN jning Sneclals rSALE OF I Mtlernoon SnecialsRTIG HOSE, best -.,a IPAPER 53Rd quality, F On Sale FrOmn8 a. m. to In.ies Ol.ly SO2nv pair or 3 pair Iý Our Daylight for .315ZOht Basement In Our Ready-Made Department f ia It is very rare, indeed, that such a spleudid oplpoitunit fancy booefr $1.00 pongee silk with the new polka dot ef- itself right at the thieshold of the coming season, to mnake suh a Long Japanese crepe kimonos, silk and satin trim- r fects . .............. 121 big saving as we are offerinig today; 11e Waoilul (certainl ada istm y nou ing, actual $4.00 value ....................................r.0 g w 0 R K $1.50 figured messalines, beautiful figures and polka to see them, as, being samples, they wa on't last long. Short kimonos of fancy cotton eiderdown, regular SHIRTS for dots, new spring arr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

MANY BILLS SIGNE[ BY GOVERNOR MEASURES PASSED BY THE RE CENT LEGISLATURE ARE OF FICIALLY APPROVED. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, March 6.--The following bUills passed by the Iegislature during Its recent session have )been approved by Governor Norris. House bills passed and approved: No. 11-An act appropriating money for the payment of per diem of the officers and attaches of the eleventh assembly. No. 12-Appropriating money for tile payment of incidental expenses of the eleventh assembly. No. 13-Act appropiriating moiney for the payment of nlllc:ig. and per diem for memnbers of eleventh itsN(,- bly. No. 25-An act to alpplrcve, legallize anti adopt the division rand arrange ment of the revised t ides of Mon tana of 1907. No. 3--Act amending Sc.. 611 of Ire vised statutes reltinflg 1 t)th u- of voting machines ill counties rot cities. No. 20- Act alpprorllia ting 11ot1C\ for the Stat. O)rphans' home at Twini Bridges. for nitt -"tiri Jctanilary andi t'lciruary 190!. No. 3--...

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

IA Store for Everybody MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY A Store for Everything' isli • en' Fine Clo hino " M~~~ONAY is the first day of Spring in out e' Clothing store. The exhibition of NewS and Summer Clothing is ready, and such an A tion it is, too! Not a few straggling handfuls-mere ly enough to put a veneer on lingering winter goods. * <1J~ Oh, no! But an exhibition of entirely new goods, over a thousand suits, elf not to mention the topcoats, spring overcoats and raincoats. An exhibition so /:-: :." .• , /broad in character that every man who comes here will find just what he " wants, at the price he wants to pay. An exhibition of clothes ready to wear ... such as will mark a new epoch in the clothes-selling business, for their styles, their fabrics, their workmanship, their fit. An exhibition that far out distances any previous attempt of our own, and by comparison will make any i:: AUother seem small indeed. p: C "A little early for spring clothes," you may say. Not a bit of i...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

New Spring Suits... +ANr\Ie watiting youmr inspectlioa ffll~ apluo'tval. Tlhe styles now lie g sh11 wnht l i re i'(i n lestim.lly t14 lhest New Yol'k hs llptitI c edrthl '.]; ti. 4l' v ity ofi I il l hI , i l' l t lili it it111(1 orsI llds a 1ight to - p llease "l illil" ltlte1, 111(1 ihf I iqlltV till l till g low ri lts W t .pI't' Iaskiglt. V. tulld icall Iy u pat it llrtei i fen tlit o f t . h ll m i t ' p tittl g l oit 5 k\'=nlits- co{llar., ss ol dlHh sl., c'll'ff, ill facllt, eeriqy ;;.])ll'l (i O111 .Iil'IIOIIN l~l11111N f i 'i('((I ati~li g • ~~~Exper'lt allter'ing frt'tn off c~halge. 1liNir'dH Spring Wash Fabrics $15, $25, New effects in printed dress lawns, light 15 $18.50, and dark effects in both floral and dotted designs; dress ginghams in plaid and striped designs, and all plu.til it $2 .50 and ~$30 only, yard ............................................. t -5 C Stunning Millinery New creationsl in spr'ing iuilliiit , repItllteenting .il tlll .14. vanced ideas, II1r( n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS MODERATE SPECULATIVE FRATERNITY OP ERATES ON THE LONG 81DE, BUT TO LIMITED EXTENT. New York, March 6.-The specula tive fraternity operated on the long side of the stock market, but on a moderate scale. They seemed td draw favorable conclusions from the action on yesterday's market of the Kansas City Southern stocks and Canadian Pacific group based in one case on rumors of coming control by E. H. Harriman and on the other on an ab sOrption of Wisconsin Central into the system. The effect was seen in the favor shown today of stocks of minor systems which might be merged to advantage in larger systems. The confidence with which several such stocks were pushed forward was not at all impaired by the fact that the Kansas City Southern itself was quite violently reactionary, under the weight of profit taking sales, while the Canadian Pacific group was neg lected and inclined to be heavy. Outside of the rather obscure stocks to which the speculation turned, the market opera...

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 March 1909

REILLY'S MISWOULA'S ElST GROCERY Tempting Lenten Canned and Salt Fish TEN CASE8 Freah Mackerel, In calls; very fine; our price, per can........................10y ENO TABA-Deep-Sea Shellfish for soups, salads and fry; per can.......................10o Mackerel-2 very fine, for family, for.......................250 Smoked Fish Today we offer some of the very finest smoked fish, all daily by ex press. Kippered Salmon, Ib ........204 Dressed Herring. lb .. 25 Black Diamond Salmon, Ib ... 25 Finnin Haddie, lb ............ ZO THE BUSY CORNER. Phone 6 Health Insurance The scientific service afforded by our prescription department is a sort of health Insurance. It makes certain that all the reme dies that may be prescribeld for you will have just the potency expect ed of them. We enjoy the confi dence of all the physicians of this locality and it does not matter which one writes your prescription they will tell you that if it is put up at our store It will be put up correctly, and that you...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

EDITORIAL SECTION THE DAILY MJESSOULIAN PAGES 9 TO ° MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAI. Y MOiNINIS;, MArI('II 7. 1909. _IE A5 'bjNEý SOf YA~ dy -v uu1nolnps o I+t" a h. Ih n , I n r i· ý" Y. y : i Y 1X ' aY' \ A ý t<° £ vG " ia 3Y~:-~ AYfL of;`m 2 \ t .: \e CT'O e Qtte " ai l.RIi j ýI IýI N a retronlspect of the year 1908 I probably the most striking thing about the period will be the won derful advance made in the sphere of aerial navigation. In no lprece(ling period of equal length has one frac tion of the accomplishmnents of 1908 been achieved. New records for dis tancel, height andi practically every thing else were imade. and feats per formed which even one year previous \\would have been deemed the raving. of atn unbalancedi mind. More flights were made in every part of the world in (every ,onceivable type of air cleaving machine and the pIublic at large began to reslpect the prophecies of those who foretold a practical utili zation of these strange birds of pas sage for sport. et,...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

r . . 0. :':.·- .. . ,· ,.. CU A ·· ia s '.,~ "::~ ';rll "?:.~I'... S HOULD thie r plublic f 'ulbt lapse Into the samelt .te. - mnent chaos that has btset her throughoult her storlmiy hi-tory site will still have( solmethingl fr u w"hich it thank the ptrovisiottnl gVltelainieint of the I'nilted Stateis. 'ltr'hre will re nluin tlhl roadsl that tits c'ountry has built during the past two years and there is int wayiy In whicih the masses of liil' pt'opile a';ll estc'ale a lasting benefit from them. I overniiO Chli rles E:. ,MagootnI and the Anmerican troops hItve withdrawn froIl ('iuba. TI'le \vitIok for w hic.h they hald been sti1t to the isl:ltnd watits ottilhetel. Ordtntir ir t Iha i'ien ri stored where gUtrillal wurfat' haod pireviously existedl. Tl'he Ipeoptle hatdl been soolthed anllli quietled frolltn the heat of Latin fiitltiotit l stlrt' tf atl broughlt Into the rt'guolir ttllt: flelltflll pursuits of the IaiII1y itlldUt'sttIl I: - portunltlies offered lIy thIli fair Ioand. An...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

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Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

THE DAILY MISSOUUIAN Published Every Day in the Year. MISSOULIAN PUBLISHING CO. In and 131 West Main Street, Mis soul-, Montan'.. Entered at the postoffice at Miassoula, Montana, as second-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) Daily, one month ................ $0.7 Daily, three months ............ 2.25 Daily, six months .............. 4.00 Daily, one year .................. 8.00 Weekly, one year ................ 1.60 Postage added for '?reign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Buitness 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 Mis souliar. Publishing Company. SUNDAY. MAIt..I 7. 1909. PASSING EVENTS 'Twas a busy we.ek. Probably It was busier than any otIer w 11 shall harle for a lung tier; thea cat tainatlio t f importan...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

ILTY Although the Lentn seaso In tay prove lacking in large and elaborate functions, numerous small and infur ral gatherings provide prlety of en tertainment for the majority. At one of the recent gathterings Lent, and the various methods of observing it. received considerable attention. Tile truly dev\out, of course, observe it in the conventional way. while to nlany it is merely a convenient time to rest or to provide tile spring wardrobe. However, even among thosi who do not belong t anlly church the ceustomn of denying one's silf sil ething is growing, although aI few decidedly ob ject to giving up anything and as sert that they have to give up things necessary to their happiness all the year around and that tile idea of any additional sacrifice is absurd, one young lady even declaring that her life was a continual fast that she was intending to break as often as pos sible. Even among those to whom Lenten duties are regarded as ex tremely serious there are few who are as strict ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 7 March 1909

'(I'b v r ' "what are they waltlng for?" "I wish they Would hurry," "I wonder how they strange things so reallstl cally" such expressions are often heard before and during tile iprogress of the play at the theater. To, the uninitiated It Is a matter otf (on jecture as to how the stage i. pre pared for the production of a play. Nine-tenths of the theater-going pub lie have never been behind the s.enes. and should they have an opl)ortunity of l itnessing the setting of a stage for the production of a play, it would no doubt seem to thenm an in . c: :..·: " '.· /·.i:S·.< ··., ..; .... :,. ... ...··' · ., ORN E I H.M SC '.; R T R R . CORINNE IN THE MUSICAL SUCESS. THE GIRLS FROM BERLIN" describable scene of turmoil and con fusion. The suceess of a lay tde pends largely upon the sc11illi reI quirements and to tile Inti who ar range and Ilalite the necessa;ry sc e ery in proper position for ieah act. Some plays reqclil'e il0ol' sce*lc lvy than others and .linsuctiuli Iv iiiire time is ...

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