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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

IUWU IHICES IN MANAGEMENT REPORTS INDICATE NEW HEADS VOR HARRIMAN LINES HAVE BEEN SELECTED. Portland, Ore., March 11.-An even ibg paper said today that radical changes in the management of the Harriman lines will soon be an nounced. It is known that Vice Pres ident and General Manager O'Brien of the Harriman system in the north west, with headquarters in Portland, is now on his way to Los Angeles to be present at a conference which will include Mr. Harriman; Vice President and General Manager E. E. Calvin of the Southern Pacific; President J. L. Harahan of the Illinois Central, and Julius Kruttschnitt, vice president and director of maintenance and operation of the Harriman lines. The paper says that as a result of this conference Mr. O'Brien will suc ceed Mr. Calvin as general manager of the Southern Pacific, and that the promotion will involve Mr. O'Brien's transfer to San Francisco; that Mr. Calvin will go to Chicago as general manager of the Illinois Central, now one of the Harr...

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. — 12 March 1909

S*u-eon-lass mail matter. O monaith ...............o.T 4 O. b month. ............... 3.3 s* m oanthA ........ ......... .00 wallaul sm rcr ................. a.oo tot foreign oountrie. i NUMIBE oS. 110. aiitors Rooms 998R#SSW PAPORS sullen is anxious to give td earet g~rice. therefore sub aveweaeel t4 e~peot faulty at a. n ordarn paper to 1cWr Salddr please give old also. Money orders and cheaks iwj. e shDt, Wn. to The Me A, 1, Comp 90any. IDAT, MA~C 11it, 130. Y bi r " ' . .' ... - -'''.,.', l '. DEVELOPMENT. y"wt The tlseoulian has called to the need which exists for Sunderstanding locally regard reeources of the Bitter Root and the rest of Miseoula's tl territory. It is a fact that csan tb guooePufully disputed that there 0i.0e than in ten in this city who 4 give accurate information as to tai extent, the advantages ed the amouroes of the Bitter Root valley. Fl are there in the valley itself who "Plise the splendid possibilities of their country or 'the great projects gt are being...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

JEFFRIES WILL NIT FCIT KAUFMANN EX-CHAMPION SAYS HE WILL RE TURN TO tRING ONLY TO WHIP BLACK CHAMPION. New York, March 11.-James J. Jet fries said today that Al Kaufmann, who last night challenged him to fight for the heavyweight championship, had no chance of getting a fight with him, nor had "any other white man." After declaring that he did not know whether he could get into condition again to meet Jack Johnson, Jeffries said: "If Johnson had been a white man I never would have thought of fighting again." "How can I tell whether I will fight Johnson?" he asked. "How do I know whether I can get back into condition? Wait till I get to working for a while, then I may be-but I don't want to talk fight now. But I am feeling fine and taking off weight rapidly." As to Kaufmann's challenge, Jeffries said: Kaufmann has not got a chance in the world to fight me. Neither has any other white man. I did not come east to fight and I could not ftght here if I wanted to. The laws won't permit it...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

ORE NEW WASH FABRIC New wash goods are arriving daily. Already some lines have been co y' sold t-. 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 Ging!a 15 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 effect; priced at .............15¢ miss at, yard ..................15¢ White Waistin s 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. 35c and 50c yard, but priced 32 inches wide aqd priced at, per yard, 25¢ and 3540 at, "...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

Daily Puzzle PREPARING FOR THE MARKET. By his oil stove sits the poet, Shivering often, so they say, Getting springtime poems ready For delivery in May. Find a publisher. Answer to, yesterday's puzzle-Leff aide down, among flowers. may hold the term of Sgood fortune for you Answer~~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ to etrayspzl-Lf iedon mn loes On f oayslite d GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: L.-Three H. G.-One C. I. M.-One J. J.-One W. F. Benner '. M.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE; 925 Defoe street. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 925 Wolf ave. FOR SALE-FOR A SHORT WIIILE only; 1 1-2 lots, partially Jmproved, 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-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE - 20 acre farm two miles west of Missou la. Address. T. M., Missoulian. BUsINE8S OPPORTUNITIES. WANTED-AN INTEREST IN GOOD paying busin...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 12 March 1909

LL'YS .A'S SUET GROCIRY ?aiting Lentun CCated and Salt Fish TIN 4ASES Fresh Iaokerel, in cane; very fine; our price, per can ........................104 INO TASA-Deep-Ses Shellftish foe soups, salads and try; per A.e ........................10* hlakerel-! very fine, for family, tor ..........................ss 'Smoked Fish Today we offer some of the very finest smoked fish, all daily by ex zippered Salmon, Ib ........SO# Dressed Herring. lb .........S# Black Diamond Salmon, lb ...25# lannin Haddie, lb ............SO# THE BUSY CORNER. Phone U8 Health Insurance The scientifio service afforded by our prescription department is a sort of health insurance. It makes certain that all the reme dies that may be prescribed for you will have Just the potency expect ed of them. We eqjoy 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 correotly, and that you wil...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

THE WEATR THE AILY MISSOULIAN _ Today--ailr. L no moe p Tomorrow--Falr. the olm VOL. XXXV. NO. 812. MISSBBOULA, MONTANA, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 13, 1909. PRICE FIVE BREAK OCCURS AND TROUBLE BREWS UNITED STATES SEVERS DIPLO MATIC 'RELATIONS WITH NICARAGUA. SITUATION THREATENING Both Uncle Sam and Mexico Are, Closely Watching Southern Country and Are Determined to Take Radical Steps if Necessary to Enfonce Ob servance of the Peace Treaty. Washington, March 12.-Owing to the continued disturbed conditions in Nicaragua and President Zelayas' fail ure to make strenuous efforts looking to the settlement of the Emery claim, the state department today, by with drawing Mr. Gregory, the American charge d'affaires at Managua, and or dering the legation placed in the hands of the consul, who will have no diplomatic capacity, broke off diplo matic relations with that country. Affairs in Central America have been closely watched by the Ameri can and Mexican governments, both of which have now com...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

Side Pi [for a 60x130 corner in block 88, South Mis i#lUa; one-third cash, bal tnce one and two years. )$0 for a good corner, 60x 180, in block 69, South Misoula, facing on Rol street. for i fine corner, 60x 180, on Kingston avenue, block 5, Glenwood Park; half cash. $750 for a beautiful corner, 60x130, on Stephens av enue, that 124-foot boule vard in block 56, South Missoula; terms of one third cash, balance one and two years. $1,850 for a fine corner, 100x130, two full 50-foot lots, close in on South Sec ond street, Knowles addi tion, on city water mains. $.,2S50 or one of the most beautiful 100x130 corners left in Knowles addition; south front, city water on lot, covered with fruit and shade trees; sidewalks; lo cated close in on South Fourth street;. terms, half cash; this is certainly a beautiful corner and a good buy. IsM. ho1ades ikAL -STATE AND INN WRANCOI 11s HMi,.s Awuau. Phon. 572 MAMMOND BLOCK. 3i10i AlT EXHIBIT .*ETS WITH SUCCESS The public schools were let out early ~e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

DRILLING THE NEAL[ TUNNEL STEAM SHOVEL OPERATES AT WEST END OF MOUNTAIN DRILLING AT EAST END. Considerable progress is being made in the drilling of the Neal tunnel through the Bandmann hill below Bonner by the Puget Bound contrac tors. Preniminary excavations for this tunnel, were made about a month ago and the bore has been driven nearly 60 feet ftom the east end. At the west end a steam exoavator has been at work for some weeks and is tearing away the approach to the solid rock at the rate of four yards a minute. The nature of the hill at the west end is that of loose gravel with a light soil and no blasting has been necessary to assist the opera tions of the steam shovel. It is es timated by the engineers in charge of the work that 40,000 yards of dirt must be removed from the west ap proach before solid rock is encoun tered. Working Arrangements. Dinkey tracks have been construct ed skirting along the north side of the mountain and over these tracks the train dumpcars, containi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

'40 411 West Main Street, Mi. ;al t pastotftl e at Mtsoula, i as seoond-claas mail matter. SUGGRRIPTION RATES (la Advanoe) n, oaa.month . ............ 0.75 , three months ............... 2.25 l six months ................. 4.00 one yea .................. 8.00 one year .................. 1.50 added tor foreign countries. t'iLEPHONE NUMBER 1' es Office 110 Bdltorial Rooms IUJSCRISERS' PAPERS The M: oullan is anxious to give best 1earrier service; therefore sub W bete ate requested to report fault) at n.e.as In orderlng paper to new address please give old lsto. Money orders and checks be made payable to The Mis u.uian Publishing Company. S'ATURDAY, MARCH 18, 1909. THE CITY'S NEED. There is nobody, we think, who will ht pute the statement that this year one of the most Important-if not e* most important-in the history of jismoula. There are many matters ending which will demand from the .uticlpal administration the exercise keen business judgment and the tabblLhment of a fixed policy w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

SEYMOUR IS FIREDI BY M'GRAW HARD HITTING CENTER FIELDER DISMISSED FOR SLUGGING ARLIE LATHAM. St. Louis, March 12.-A special to the Post-Dispatch from Marltin, Texas, sala that "Cy" Seymour, center fielder I of the New York National league team, I was discharged by Manager McGraw today, following an encounter between I Seymour and Arlie Latham, doach of I the team. Latham claims that Sey mour knocked him down without prov The special says that McGraw has issued a statement saying that waiv ers will be asked for on Seymour's contract at once, and that he will be sold to some other club. The fight took place in the Arlington hotel, and Latham was prone sad being beaten when Manager McGraw heard of the disturbance and rushed from his room and separated the men. When Sey mour appeared for practice McGraw ordered him to leave the field, where upon he returned to the hotel, packed his trunk and annouhced his inten tion of returning to the east at once. Seymour met Latham in the hall leadin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

RAVE YOUR NEW GOWN FITTED OVER THE AMERICAN LADY CORSET $2.89 Silk Petticoat SPECIAL FOR TODAY t A special of rare merit. / Only about 75 of these beau tiful Rustling Taffeta Silk Petticoats go on sale this morning at just about half of their actual value. They come in all popular shades and you will find they are absolutely the best Silk Petticoat value ever offered in Missoula. They won't last long at this price, so come early if you want to participate in this. Today Only $2.89 THE BEST $1.50 SHIRT WAIST WILL BE FOUND HERE TODAY You will find by comparison that we give you more for your money in shirt waist values than you can buy any where. The waists we offer at this price come in the tailored and lingerie effects, mad4 beautifully, and are the best of bargains. Others Up to $12.50. Get Your New Spring Suit Now We are showing an im mense line of spring suits at prices' that will sell them selves. Beautiful creations in all that is new and up to date are to be found hers nbw. Fi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

PREPARATIONS MAIDE FOR MEET UNIVERSITY 18 GETTING READY FOR THE BIG HIGH SCHOOL TRACK MEET IN MAY. It was announced yesterday by the university people, in whose hands the big interscholastic track meet in the spring rests, that preparations are well under way and that the officials expected to make the meet this year a record breaker. The announcement states that in view of the decision of the state association in leaving Mis soula out, of the meet that no invi tation had been-extended to the local school but that it would he consid ered as host with the university. This course, while it is hard on the Missoula school, has had to be fol lowed in most of the eastern schools and it is hoped that when the present dill-feeling which prevails against the Missoula High School blows over that the school will be re-admitted to the meet. Regarding this decision the govern ing board said in the circular letter which was issued yesterday: "The Missoula high school will participate .this year a...

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. — 13 March 1909

I Men'sNewpring Suits In the Cut and Colorings Designated as Correct for the Present Season $20 - 25 w 30 35 It is not too early to talk Spring Clothes; to give you an idea regarding the Style and Colors that are correct for this Spring. Our stock is now complete. Our new Suits are in, and our assortment is such that we can suit every man and all pos sible tastes, and just a word in your ear, .- come while our assortment is complete. Don't wait until the color you want is sold out, but come now; your advantage in doing so is two-fold; first you will have practically unlimited opportunity for selection, and sec ond, from a standpoint of quality, style correctness and satis factory fit these goods cannot be excelled. The new colorings are a delicate shade of green, light brown and gray, with novel effects in cuffs and sleeves for young men, and medium shades and more subdued effects for older men, on view now at SCHLOSSBERG'S I CORNER HIGGINS AND PINE STREETS ml -I Umm MONTANA TELEPHO...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

Daily Puzzle CAUGHT BOTH WAYS. Men are most peculiar creatures, Their lives are but a bubble. Discontented when they're single, Unhappy when they're double. Find a single man. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Right side down, above folio. One of today's Uttle ads ( may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: TJ. J.-One. H. G.-one. T. M.-One. L.-Three. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. - FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE; 925 Defoe street. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 826 Wolf ave. FOR SALF-6 LOTS ON BROOKS street, block 81, South Missoula; price, $2,500 cash. Robert E. Din kins, Room 7, Allen Block, Missoula, Montana.. FOR SALE-FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 1 1-2 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...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 13 March 1909

@AsMs at sh Mureem, In ........................ p-esa Sheilfish ;'a. da, salad and fry; per " ... ... .......... ...... e1 fer fna er i ura ,ay ws one s of she very R mkepd fishb, all daily by ex Salmon, lb .........SM dmhenuei slmon, lb ...Bq5 W GM~ u eG lb GI .....lb .....o } ealth Insurance ,.le asentitlo service afforded our presoription department is sort of health laurane. It o ertal that all the reme 'that may be presrlbed for you have just the potency expect Aed of them. We enjoy the conf-. of all the physicians of this iso d it does not matter hih ore writes your prescription S itell you that if it It put ost state it will be put up .,t :that yon will get ex. 116effect. expected Then not let us have your confl l and your patronage. Drug Co. '1IS REXALL lTOR. Wleek. Misseule the New Patterns of WALL PAPER AT SIMONS 12S hUis. Avenue (RIR DREAMS Will be all the sweeter and your slumber will be all the more restful and invigorating if you lie upon the right sort of mattress. Th...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 March 1909

THE WEATHER TAF SMILE Today-Fair. PRICE FIVE CENTS Tomorrow--Falr.Is no mo][A Nte e VOL. XXXV. N'O. 313. MI $OI',.\, MONTANA, SUNDAY Mq)I{ING, MAICIt 14, 1909. PRICE FIVE CIg PUGET SOUND' SURVEYORS DEPART TWO CREWS LEAVE MISSOULA FOR BIG BLACKFOOT COUNTRY WITH SEALED ORDERS. OFFICIALS ARE RETICENT Understanding Is That Gangs Will Stake Out Line Through Clearwater Toward Lewistown by Way of Great Falls-Two Other Parties Already in Coveted District. Two Chicago, Milwaukee & Puget Sound railroad surveying parties were dispatched from Missoula yesterday afternoon in the direction of the Big Blackfoot country, with sealed orders. There were 15 men in each outfit, and each was equipped for a long stay. One of the parties was in charge of James A. Chamberlain, district engineer for the company between Missoula and Nimrod, and the other took its orders from J. C. Baxter, who has had charge of the Deer Lodge district for the past season. Officials 'Reticent. While no authoritative statem...

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. — 14 March 1909

·00 Foot rner $700 on south Sixth west; small house, fruit ano shade trees, city waler on lot; for a quick svle I am offering this ex ceptional bargain for 4700 A Beautiful Home Located on South Fifth street west; five large rooms, modern, new and well constructed; good outbuildings, beautiful lawn, shade and fruit trees: two fine lots, 100 x130-foot corner, good location; price, $3,500 Fine Building Location 120x130 foot Corner These three fine lots are located on South Sixth street west, and face on three streets; run through from Sixth to Seventh street, facing on Cleveland. It is a beautiful corner and a fine building location; price, $750 for all, on terms of $150 cash, bal. ance monthly payments. Js. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INAIWRANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 672 HAMMOND BLOCK. A CARD PARTY. A number of ladies were pleasant ly entertained by Mrs. T. C. L. Moel ler att her 'home on Toole avenue Sat urday afternoon. The afternoon was devoted to a contest in which Mrs...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 March 1909

Slaughter Sale New Sample Spring Suits Our second floor will witness tomorrow the most extraordinary sale of suits ever known. All other sales easily eclipsed, and mind you, these suits are all in the very rewrcst and latest styles; the price quoted are so louw that they will assuredly effect a sl ed'. clearance. Make up your mind to be here early tomorrow morning and get the best choice. Big SaleaSilks $25 and $30 $30 and $35 $40 Saleot Hosiery Silks are going to be all the rage i s fim itt'ii hose r,.i "aco, stoks orfeuinflo bnae a silek Sample Su4ts Sample Suits Sample Subts at 4: p this spring. We have a splendid i E U t p I are going to offer you some real bar- L,;ilies' extra fine lisle thread hose, gains in these goods tomorrow. cotton s1les, at only 3540, r three Read on: pairs fr ..................... 1.00 New French Foulards $20 $25 Salome Velings Newt French Foulards in all the These come in the new shadow stripe suit- Colors dark red, res(Ida(, hl rose, wisteria, These a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 14 March 1909

W HcANUD EXPERT IS KILLED FCAOUI #EW YORK DETECTIVE iDrETh DEATH IN ITALY, AC 00RIlDING TO REPORT. New York, March 13.--A special dis latch to the Herald from Palermo, 81Oiy; says: ieutenant Joseph Petrosino of the New York police department was shot atd killed early this morning near his hotel. Eila assassins are unknown. Ha had come here on an important mignieh which had for its object the posedtion of peaceful Italians of Jeeeph Petrosino was the Black Head expert of the New York police department and a terror to Italian oriialUSs. It is said that he had more oeavietions of murder to his credit thana any five policemen connected with the detective bureau. In his work it Is but natural that he incurred the ealtit of all Italian criminals, and the report of his death in Italy leads to the belief that he at last fell a vic tim to those whom he had so relent leesly prosecuted. He went to Italy mote than a year ago to work on a p1igR suggested by Police Commissioner BDgtham to check t...

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