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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

S THE WEATHER THE AILY MISSOULIAN Today-air. O. 309.D IOL IVNISSOUIAN1I 1 VOL. XXXV. N.O. 309. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1909. PRICE PI t PERSECUTION OF PARIMAN ALLEGED WITNESSES TESTIFY THAT LIEU TENAN " IS VICTIM OP SU PERIOR'S ANIMOSITY. EVIDENCE IS PRESENTED Proseoution Closes Its Case Against Dootor and Defense Opens With Testimony That Aooused Has Suf fered Persecution at Hands of Cap tain Dunoan for Six Months or More. That Lieutenant Wallace E. Park man, now on trial before a courtmar tial at Fort Missoula, has been suffer ing persecution at the hands of his luperior officer, Captain L. C. Dun can, for six months or more past, was the sworn testimony of Major J. H. Beacom and several other officers who were witnesses for the defense before the court yesterday. The testimony of Major Beacom, who was post com mandant at Fort Missoula until re cently, was of particular importance to the defense and his statements rel ative to the conduct of Captain Dun can...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

wers 1t buys that sure to crease In value $140 each for two beautiful lots in Glenwood park; they are level, lying up high, and a beautiful building site; $90 cash, balance on easy payments. $125 each for your choice of two beautiful corners, one two lots, one three, in Glenwood park; terms, one-half cash; these will surely double in value this *k'O each for four most beautiful lots on Brooks street, block 53, South Missoula. The city water mains will be laid in front of these lots soon and they will bring $500 each be fore one year; terms, one half cash, balance one and two years. $500 each for your choice of eight beautiful lots on Woodford, one block from old high school; these are the cheapest lots, consid ering the location, on the market today; terms, one third cash, balance one and two years. $1,200 for three choice lots in a choice location, close in, on Stephens avenue; these lots are actually worth $500 cash and will sell for that inside of 90 Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE A...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

MAKE MORE CHANGES IN TIME TABLE OLD LINE WEST WILL BE KNOWN AS THE aVARO MOUN TAIN BRANCH. Owing to a decision of the Northern Pacific officials to redistrict the west end of the division, making the route from Missoula to Paradise by way of St. Regis the main line, and the line over the Evaro hill a branch instead of district No. 2, Trainmasters Hag erty and Chester have been compelled to revise time card No. 29B, which was prepared last week for publica tion. In the changes the new line to Paradise will appear as district No. 2, district No. 3 being from Paradise west to Trout Creek. When the lat ter district is turned over to' the Idaho division for operation the Rocky Moun tain division will continue to be oper ated as a two-district division, ac cording to the rules now in force. The train schedules as given in The Mis soulian several days ago will be sub ject to no change whatever. West bound passenger trains will be sched uled on the main line to DeSmet, the remainder of thei...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

ra DQ ai the Yfer. M UU&N PUBLIHING 00. lahR 111 Weet Main Street. ll. seals, Montesa, atb V estofltce t Mlels second-class mail mattr. PTPION RATES (M Advance) Mof1 d1 o ............... $0.76 T, months .............. .35 ,shi months ................. 4.00 * ye ar .................. 8.00 one year . 1.60 added for fareign countries. TELEPHQNE NUMBER .ins Office 110 Eitorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS the Missoulian is anxious to give tl~ beet carrier service; therefore sub efibers are requested to report faulty dSivery at once. In ordering paper aoasged to new address please give old agdrees also. Money orders and checks liould be made payable to The Mis Iliar. Publishing Company. 'WHDNI0SDAY, MARCH 10, 1909. . ... . . . -, , THE SCHOOL BONDS. ,While there has developed 1no oppo sition to the proposed issue of school bonds for the purpose of raising funds with which to construct a suitable building on the west side, it is well enough to make the proposition clear eld to have the f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

JEFFRIES WILL NOT MAKE STATEMENT RETIRED CHAMPION SAYS HE WILL TALK WHEN HE GETS GOOD AND READY. New York, March 9.-When Jamei J. Jeffries was seen tonight at the theater where he Is playing a vaude ville engagement and shown the As sociated Press interview with Jack Johnson, in which the negro champion declared himself ready and willing to meet Jeffries or "any man in the world," the big fellow grinned and said nothing. , The Victoria dispatch was read to Jeffries a paragraph at a time with the low pedal on that part of it which had reference to him, but after each pause the big Californian rubbed his thin and muttered "nothing to say." When that part of the interview in which Johnson declared talk of Jef fries atill being the champion tired him was read, Jeffries leaned against the door and laughed. When Jeffries was asked to dilate on the point, he refused, saying, "nothing to say." The possibility of a match being arranged between Johnson and Ketchel roused Jeffries, however. He...

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

New Spring Suits Are awaiting your inspec tion and' approval. The styles now being shown are unquestionably the best New York has pro duced; the variety of mod els in serges, Panamas and worsteds ought to please every taste, and the beauty of all is the low prices we are asking. We would call your particular attention to the -tailoring in our suits-collars, shoulders, clffs, in fact, every part of our garments presents finished tailoring. Expert altering free of charge. Suits priced at $15 10 $30 AMERICAN LADY a I CORSETS SEvery woman who pur chases an American Lady Corset is assured of style, comfort and health; mod Sels of all descriptions are in. Come here and secure that particular corset * . which will improve the de fects and give perfection to your figure. Priced from .,.............$1 to $10 Stunning Millinery New creations in spring millinery, representing all the advanced ideas, are now on display in our ready-to-wear department ; extreme styles are not fea tured this seas...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

HEARING MOTIONS AREDENIED FFORTS OF STANDARD OIL TO SECURE NEW TRIAL IN MISSOURI FAIL. r Jefferson, City, Mo., March 9.-The otions of the Standard Oil company Indiana and the Republic Oil com fny of Ohio for a re-hearing of the uster suit recently decided against hem and for a modification of the udgment were overruled by the Mis ouri supreme court today. The position of the Waters-Pieroe 11 company was upheld, the motion f the attorney general for an abso ute ouster of the Missouri company eing denied, the compliance with the ourt order recently filed by the com any approved, and the judgment of uster against it being suspended. The effect of these decisions is to xpell the Indiana and Ohio com anies from Missouri and to restore he Waters-Pierce company, 60 per ent of whose stock is held by the tandard Oil company of New Jersey, he right to do business within the tate. No formal opinion in the premises was read, Chief Justice Valliant simply announcing the gist of the court's decis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

WUORFOUL GROWTI FOR COTHAM ENGINEERS PREDICT THAT POP. ULATION OF NEW YORK WILL BE 19,250,000. New York, March 9.-In a little more than one generation from the present day, that Is in 1950, this city, according to the figures of experts, will be not only the largest in the world but one which in population will surpass anything now dreamed of. Engineers who have been com #l0ling data in this connection as sert that at the half century mark New York will have a population of 19,250,000, or more than twice the present population of the whole state These figures are based on the growth for the last 119 years, that is, since 1790. In 1910 it is estimated the population will be 4,810,000, which will have increased to 7,000,000 in 1920, to 9,800,000 in 1930, to 13,700,000 in 1940, and finally to 19,250,000 in 1950. Of the live boroughs which constitute the greater city, Brooklyn, it is figured, will then be the largest with 7,000,000, while Manhattan, the portion of the city below One-Hun...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

Daily Puzzle " - J BETTER DAYS. The water's clearing up once more, And men, with much delight, May rise and hasten to the shore, The fish can see to bite. Find another fisherman. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Lower right hand corner, 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: J. E.-Two. H. G.-One. W. L.-One. S.-One. W. F. Benner- C. I. M.-One. J. J.-One. E. A. K.-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--FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 11-2 lots, partially improved, in desirable location on Alder street; only six blocks from postoffice. The price is reasonable, with best of terms. Inquire 644 Toole ave. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE - 20 acre farm two miles west of Missou la. Address, T. M., Missoulian. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES. WANTED-AN INTEREST IN GOOD paying bus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 March 1909

t1 n4and Salt Fish . Ats; very fine; our price, per ia .. ..... .. ........10 S`a TASA-Deep-agea Shellfish : soupe, salad. .ad frverl uero very 11ne, * t a t-W S offer some of the very finest amok d fish, all daily by ex Spered Salmon, lb .. .....Se essed Herring, lb ......... S lack Diamond Salmon, lb ...JW# aiin.. f Haddle, lb ............80* Tr rUSY CORNER. Phone U Health Insurance The solentfio service afforded by our prescription department is a sort of health insurance. It mankes certain that all the reme dies that may be prescribed for you will have just the potency expect ed of them. We enjoy the confi deace of all the physicians of this locality and it does not matter Wbhoh one writes your preecription they will tell you that itf it is put up at our store it will be put up eerrvtly, and that you will get ex natly the effeots expected. Then why not let us have your confi 4snce and your patronage. Ninsoula DrUg Co. .MI8 REXALL STORe. eamateei Sleek. Mlaseule e the New S prng ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

HD THE AILY MISSOULIAN [-:"" THEVOL. XXXV. NO. 310. MIOULA, MONTANA, THURAY IN RCH 11, 109. PRI Today-Fair. U no MSoT I Tomorrow-Fair. ] the *, VOL. XXXV. NO. 310. MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1909. PRICE ]Pyjj WILL DECIDE OFFICER'S CASE. FINDINGS IN PARKMAN HEARING WILL PROBABLY BE MADE BY COURT TODAY. EVIDENCE ALL PRESENTED Two Witnesses Are Examined, One for the Defense and One in Rebuttal for the Prosecution-Arguments Will Be Made by Each Side This Morn ing-Result Will Be a Secret. Whether Lieutenant" Wallace E. Parkman is technically guilty of the charges preferred against him or is merely the victim of p6rsecution at the hands of his superior officer, Cap tain L. C. Duncan, will probably be determined today by the military courtmartial which is in session at Fort Missoula. 'the introduction of evidence in the case was completed yesterday afternoon and this morn inag arguments by counsel and the judge advocate will 'be heard. When this is completed the court w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

us Ithat gte to tin value each for two beautiful lo4t in Glenwood park; thiey are level, lying up hligh, and a beautiful building site; $90 cash, balance on easy payments. $1]25 each for your choice of two beautiful corners, one two lots, one three, in Glenwood park; terms, one-half cash; these will surely double in value this . '0each for four most beautiful lots on Brooks street, block 53, South Missoula. The city water mains will be laid in front of these lots soon and they will bring $500 each be fore one year; terms, one half cash, balance one and two years. $500 each for your choice of eight beautiful lots on Woodford, one block from old high school; these are the cheapest lots, consid ering the location, on the market today; terms, one third cash, balance one and two years. $1,200 for three choice lots In a choice location, close in, on Stephens avenue; these lots are actually 'Worth $500 cash and will sell for that inside of 90 4as. M Rhoades 'IEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

RAPELJE GRADUALLY IMPROVES CONDITION OF INJURED MAN IS REA88U'RING-RELATIVES AT BEDSIDE. It was reported last night that the condition of Superintendent J. M. Rapelje, who was injured last Satur day afternoon, and who haa since been at the Northern Pacific hospital, is somewhat improved and his chances for recovery are bright All danger from the development of pneu monia is not yet over, and will not be for a couple of days, but the attend ing physicians do not expect any trouble now from that disease. C. P. Cullen, superintendent of the San Pedro, Los Angeles & Salt Lake railway, together with Mrs. Cullen and her brother, Conductor Myers of the San Pedro line, arrived in the city in a private car attached to No. 7 yesterday morning. Mrs. Cullen and Mr. Myers are sister and brother, re p.ectively, to Mrs. J. M. Rapelje. C. P. Rapelje, a brother to the in jured official, arrived in the 'city last night from Winnipeg on No. 1, and wll remain with his brother for some time. RAILROA...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

D~ . . i the Tear. s wco `a11i Went a ere Ste m., at the postotfile at Mlssoala. Sas seood-elua mail matter. StUSSRIPTION RATita (Ia Advanoe) ,aMe month ................. 0. b ri onths ................". ,pue yea ................ .00. s year............... 1.50 added for ftrelgn countries. TLREPHONS NUMlaR am Offle 11i0 Editoriab Rooms SU' RImERWS PAPERS SMisetulian is anzlous to give buet citfler service; therefore sub se requested to report faulty at once. In ordering paper tb new address please give old also. Money orders and cheoks e mde paable to The Mis Pthuehtg Company. Ru *AYT., MARCH 11, 1909. POR MAYOR. S0s, uas The Missoullan has been to learn, the sentiment amongst licJl seaders of both political parties in Mr~oula is that partisanship should no Ater into the spring municipal Mbtia; that this belief is held by the t majority of business men and y owners in the city there is doubt. There has been, during past few days, a good deal of ScIuslion of this matter and there ate...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

PETON APPOINIMENI APPROYEO GOVERNOR SIGNS BILL MAKING -MRS. PEYTON A DEPUTY GAME WARDEN. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Helena, March 10.-The resolution passed by the last legislature provid Ing for the 'employment of Mrs. Charles Peytoni as a deputy game warden was today approved by Gov ernor Norris, but he says he has grave doubts- as to the legality of the method adopted for the relief of Mrs. Peyton. He adds tl.kt the legal ques tions are for the courts and not for the executive to decide. In addition to the Peyton resolu tion the following were approved: Senate Bill No. 100, relating to admis sion of children to the school for deaf, blind and feeble minded; Sen ate Bill No. 132, relating to livestock shipments; Senate Bill. No. 181, en larging the scope of the railroad com mission; Senate Joint Memorial No. 5, praying for grants to several state institutions; House Bill No. 127, au thorizing public administrators to re quire statements from corporations and other persons on e...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

MORE NEW WASH FABRICS Ne. F wash goods are arriving daily. Already some lines have been completely sold out only to give place to others equally as dainty and serviceable. If you wish to keep in touch with the latest material and style you must visit our wash goods section. French Batiste Scotch Ginghams 1 c yd 15c yd .* 50 pieces of brand new Sheer dress batiste in an dress ginghams and seer endless assortment of new suckers, in plaid, stripe and effects. Floral and dotted checked effects. Absolutely designs; some with border fast colors. You cannot tf~ effect; priced at..............15¢ miss at, yard ..................15¢ White Walstings New Challies 25c and 35c yd 15c yd The new challies for ki Embroidery lawns and mer- monos, dressing sacques and cerized jacquards; all new waists; floral and Persian waist fabrics and entirely designs; some with Persian new effects; actually worth borders for trimming effects. 35e and 50c yard, but priced 32 inches wide and priced at, per yard, 2...

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

Daily Puzzle 0 . NO ALIMONY, EITHER. 'Tis a very pleasant quarter, Is Japan. Wbere ypur wife, when you have bought her In Japan, Is by contract wedded to you lor a month, and when it's through, you Ship her, and she cannot sue you, In Japan. Find her husband. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Upside down, nose under chin. One of today's Ilttle ads may hold the germ of SA good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: J. E.-Two. H. G.-One. W. L.-One. S.-One. W. F. Senner- C. I. M.-One. J. J.-One. E.ý A: K.-One.t FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOi1 SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE; 925 Defoe street. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 11-2 lots, partially improved, in desirable location on Alder street; only six blocks from postoffice. The price is reasonable, with best of terms. Inquire 644 Toole ave. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE - 20 acre farm two miles west of Missou la. Address, T. ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 11 March 1909

and Salt Flsh Tom CASES Fresh Makerlel, in maSe; tery fine; our price, per u a ........................ o s A 'AAM-Deep-Sea Shelfish for soups, salads and try; per "e-I very fine, for family, *Soked Fish Today we offer some of the very fiest smoked fish, al.l dalily by ex ZIppered Salmon, lb ........ O# Dressed Herring, lb . ........S# slack Diamond Salmon, lb ...950 Flanln Haddie, lb ............ SO St .* Y_ CORNER. Phone $ Insurance The soientific service afforded by our prescription department is a sort of health insurance. It makes certain that all the reme that may be preosribed for you have just the potency expect ed of them. We enjoy the confl dence of all the physicians of this locality and it does it matter which one writes your pescription they will tell you that itf it I put up at our store It will bhe put up correctly, and that you will get ex Setly the effects expected. Then why not let us have your oontl dence and your patronage. Missoula Drug Co. .WiE REXALL STORK. Ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

THE WEATHER THE AILYo MISSOLIAN Tomorrow-3Fair. M OtIN AhR 2 o1.RIw a VOL. XXXV. NO. 311. MISSOULA, MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1909. PRIOf1 E A CONFERENCE HELD OVER BRIDGE COUNTY COMMISSIONER$, ENGl NEER WADDELLfAND PRES IDENT BURRELL MEET. CONCRETE IS DISCUSSED Various Phases of Building of New Higgins Avenue Passageway Are Taken Up by Representatives of County and Construotion Company Amicable Agreement Is Reached. The county commissioners held a conference yesterday afternoon at the court house, at which there were present, besides Messrs. Curran, Wor den and Nelson, Consulting Engineer Waddell and his assistant, Mr. White, President Burrell of the contracting firm which is constructing the bridge at Higgins avenue; County Surveyor Bonner and Inspector Brechbill. Mr. Waddell and Mr. Burrell had been re quested to come to Missoula on ac count of some criticisms that have been made regarding the concrete work on the bridge. They had exam ined the bridge together and Mr. Wad...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

arers WMhlys that sure to in value $10 " each for two beautiful iota in Gl4nwood park; ithe are level, lying up high, and a beautiful building site; $90 cash, balance on easy payments. $125 each for your choice of two beautiful corners, one two lots, one three, in Glenwood park; terms, one-half cash; these will surely double in value this I 'each for fodr most beautiful lots on Brooks street, block 53, South Missoula. The city water mains will be laid in front of these lots soon and they will bring $500 each be fore one year; terms, one half cash, balance one and two years. $500 each for your choice of eight beautiful lots on Woodford, one block from old high school; these are the cheapest lots, consid ering the location, on the market today; terms, one third cash, balance bne and twoyears. t$1,20 for three choice lots in a choice location, close in, on Stephens avenue; these lots are actually worth $500 cash and will sell for that inside of 90 Js. l. Rhoades REAL. ESTATE AND InWURA...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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