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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 March 1909

•Daily Puzzle St Patrick 's Day. Find a son of Erin. r1- "-7 1 Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Upside down, nose at right shoulder. II tOne of today's little adsPatrck's Day may hold the germ of good fortune, for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: M. C.-One. L.--Two. H. G.-One. A. D.-Five. L. W. H.-Two. FOR SALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE-SIX-ROOM HOUSE; 925 Defoe street. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. 5-ROOM MODERN. COTTAGE, 324 East Spruce St. If you want a snap address owner, A. M. Downing, Gen eral Delivery. FOR SALE-113 CHICKENS; HEN house; barn; 2-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all for $3,5001 Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE-FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 11-2 lots, partially improved, in desirable location on Alder street; only six blocks from postofilce. The price is reasonable, with best of terms. Inquire 644 Toole ave. FOR SALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ESTATE - 20 ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 17 March 1909

lU'S C n.u. d llt lFih Yti I4 s Mackerel, is fine; our price, per cna ........................ eto ENO TAIA-Deep-Sea Shellfish lr soups, salads and try; per Srel- very fine, for family, Smoked Fish Todar we oter some of the very lest smoked fish, all daily by ez Zlppered Salmon, lb ........ 4 Dl~nsed Herring, lb ......... 5. lack Dia pond Salmon, lb ...315 Minba HBaddle, lb ............ 20 THE BUSY CORNER. Phone $ Decorate Your Homes With Denaison's decorated orepe paper; we have a large assortment in many beautiful designs that will make beautiful decoratlgn- It is Inexpensive, but pleasing; per roll, 154; 2 for .......................... We are also showing a large line of crepe paper napkins-the up to-date kind; use them and save laundry bills; plain white ones, per 1oo ........................................... Fancy white ones, per 100........854 Decorated, all kinds, per 100......50O Lunch sets, initial seals, etc. Mssoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Nmuened sleek. Misesul...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

THE WEATHER THE TARIFF Today-Colder: fair. othe c1. O.O.UA O~ Nd AR 1I VOL. XXXV. NO. 317. MISSOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 18, 1909. PRICE Fy Qf THE PAYNE TARIFF MEASURE IS PRESENTED TO CONGRESS Chairman of Ways and Means Committee of Lower House Introduces New Bill De signed to Change Rate of Duty Upon Various Im ports---ManyChanges Made and Stubborn Fighting Is Expected. Washington, March 17.-The full membership of the house committee on ways and means, including demo crats, will meet at 10 o'clock tomor row to zormally consider the Payne tariff bill. The senate committee on finance will at the same time begin formal consideration of the measure. It is likely that the house committee will have only one sitting on the bill; that the measure will be reported to the house immediately after it con venes tomorrow and its formal read ing in the presence of the committee of the whole will soon begin. General debate will be postponed until Monday, if Mr. Payne's present program...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

A £holce rooks shireet Buy Two&30xz30 lots a trifle over one block from the new county high school, on city water main; only five blocks from the end of the bridge; for $1 150. There is not another lot in this locality for this money. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. WORK TO BE STARTED ON THE IDAHO COPPER Carl J. Carlson of the firm of Jaquish & Carlson of Spokane Is at the Florence this week on business. Mr. Carlson has an option on 200,000 shares of Idaho Copper, which he is placing at 1% cents a share. Idaho Copper is the west extension of the Reindeer vein; other proper ties adjacent are the Idaho Giant, Carbonate Hill and the Carney group. All these are close to the Northern Paclfic, a short distance from the Snowstorm. As soon as this option is glosed work will be started under the management of Mr. Jaquish, who is also manager of the Mineral Hill. Mr. Carlson will call on those interested who will leave wor...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

BELCHING, STOMACH PAINS MEAN ndigestion Kodol Kodol very speedily overoomes indi. gestion and dyspepia--through effcienf and complete aid given Nature in the processes of food digestion. The symp toms of indigestion and dyspepsia are signals of stomach-distress. Kodol an awersthe slgnals(ifyou let it)-result is: immediate relief andpermanent benefit. Kodol never fails todo what it was made and intended to do. But even so-don't expect to find anything remarkable or marvelous about Kodol. It digests food -that is all. But that is enough. Our Guarantee. ea dollar ot you are not benefited-the druggist will at once return your money. Don't hesitate; any druggist will sell you Kodol on these terms The dollar bottle contains 51. times as muoot as the 500 bottle. Kodol is prepared in the laboratories of E. C. DeWitt & Co. Chisgo. Sold by Geo. Freisheimer and all druggists. The Grand Cor. Higgins Ave. and Main Street Missoula's New Amusement Center High-Class Vaudeville Program A. LUTTRI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

hithd very Day in the Year. ULIAN PUBLIB HING CO. sai 1)1 West Main Street, Mis hous,. Montana. at the postotles at Missoula, Baen, s . eoondolan mail matter. WSUMORIPTION RATES (In Advanno) m on month ...............$0.75 . tbree molths ...........3.3l aix months ................ 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 , one year ................. 1.50 ate added for toreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBIR stainea Otfioe 110 adltorial Rooms SUSSCRIBERS' PAPERS The MIs: onulan is anxious to give beat carrier service; therefore sub ibers are requested to report faulty iwery at once. In ordering paper nged to new address please give old I e@ also. Mor.ey orders and checks mi1d be made payable to The Mi. *Alllan Publishing Company. THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1909. MAKING GOOD. Yesterday's prompt action by the house of representatives in regard to the tariff bill was the first step to *Ird the fulfillment of the promises made by the republicans last fall. The bill has been introduced promptly and has...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

CALIFORNIA DESERT IRRIGATION UNDERGROUND WATERS USED TO GOOD ADVANTAGE IN PART OF THE COLORADO DESERT. The Colorado desert, in southern California, is one of the' most inter esting and one of the most nearly rainless parts of the United States. It lies in a wide valley, the north west extension of the great depres sion at whose south end is the Gulf of California. Before the overflow of Colorado river into the Salton sea, which began about five years ago, this basin was, with the exception of Death valley, the lowest dry land in the United States. It is also the hottest place in the country, accord ing to the officials. Features of the Desert. Parts of the desert are wates of shifting sand, kept in almost oon stant motion by strong winds. Other parts, on the borders of the Salton sea, contains strongly alkaline areas, and in some places now covered by fhat sea large quantities of salt have been mined. South of thq Salton sea, in the Imperial valley, the soil consists of fine silt, d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

Grand Spring Display OF Beautiful Headwear Many new creations in ladies' hats received yesterday direct from New York, and we ex tend to all a most cordial invitation to see our spring millinery display. Our assemllage of stylish millinery spar ;ý_:- " klehs w itlh inwness, combining beauty and use fulness, and our moderate prices will convince you that this is the proper place to make your .·~ , ..... • .. selectlin. (all today. I Dress and Street iats Priced at _' $2.50, $3, $3.50. and to $12.50 Ladies' Hosiery Full spring line of ladies' fancy and stiple hosiery in black and tans, await Kid Gloves $1.25 Pr. ing ion. if yon deireLquality at low' Kid Gloves $2 Pair e st prices, ask for our Popsy or Amleri Ladies' gloves that usu- (ican Lady Ihosiery. iset quality in black, white, ally sell at $1.50 and tin brown, navy and green come in all colors and Tan hosiery at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c a pair Rhat. b We guarantee every black and white. Black hosiery, 15C, 25e, 35c, 50c, 75e pair. THE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

SURPRISE IS CAUSED IN MARKET EXTENT OF CUTS MADE BY TAR IFF BILL ON STEEL WAS NOT EXPECTED. New York, March 17-The co,,l' '.,,t reception of the new tariff bill and of the United States steel report offered so indigestible a mass of information for consideration to the stock market today that it proved difficult of as similation. While much that was pre sented in the new material was known in its general purport pre viously, there were additional ,letails and some surprises. In the case of the new tariff bill the extent of the cuts in the iron and steel products, causa.l sur prises, although expectation ot a cut has helbed to depress iron and steel industrials. The provi sion for increased authorization of one-year treasury certificates had the effect of suggesting a feeling of anx iety over the treasury proposal to change the rule for appraisement of imports contained in the customs ad ministrative portion of the new bill and was regarded as offering means for material mitigation o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

Missoula Is the Best City in the West HAMMOND ADDITION Is Unquestionably the Very Choicest Residence Location in Missoula WE HAVE called your attention to the importance of recent developments in matters which directly affect Missoula's future. You will agree with us, we are sure, that there is no city in the west with brighter prospects than those of our own. You will also agree with us, if you look at Hammond Addition, that there is no more attractive real estate proposition anywhere than is presented in our offer. We wish further to enlist your attention; we want you to know that we have not advanced the prices of these lots over the figures of last year; you are getting this year's prospects at last year's prices. You will agree, too, that this is an extremely liberal view of the situation; we are- using you right. You can get these lots for exactly what you would have paid a year ago, and the conditions now are much more favorable. That's fair, isn't it? S$400 to $600 Perfect H...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

Daily Puzzle TANNER KNEW HIM. "I want a suit, If you've enough, Of this goods it will do." "Yes, Mr. Bluff, I've, got the stuff," The tailor said; "have you?" Find the tailor. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Right side down, at right elbow. -The 1_1asIo 1 oh 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: M. C.-One. L.-Two. H. G.-One. A. D.-Five. L. W. H.-Two. FOR 8ALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 23, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 824 East Spruce St. If you want a snap address owner, A. M. Downing, Gen eral Delivery. FOR SALE-113 CHICKENS; HEN house; barn; 2-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all for $8,600) Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE--FOR A SHORT WHILE only; 1 1-2 lots, partially Improved, in desirable location on Alder street; ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 18 March 1909

ELLL'S Tempting Laentn Ca|rida Salt Fish WN " Fra s MaOa m rei, in teS*: very fine; our price, per eaa ........................1" ENO TAA--Deep-Sea Shellfish for soups, salads and fry; per 'ta ........................1e0 ~ erel-3 very fine, for family, !br .........................s5e ? Smoked Fish Today we otffer ome of the very neast amoked fish, all daily by ex i appared Salmon, lb ........2SO Dessed Herring, lb .........2Sw Black Diamond Salmon, lb ....l5 lanain faddle, lb ............SO4 THE BUSY CORNER. P.hene Decorate Your Homes Witlh Dennison's decorated crepe paper; we have a large assortment in many beautiful designs that will make beautiful decorations It is inexpensive, but pleasing; per roll, 15#; 2 for .................. .....5" We are also showing a large line of crepe paper napkins-the up to-date kind; use them and save laundry bills; plain white ones, per 100 ........... .......................... Pancy white ones, per 100........854 Decorated, all kinds, per 100......

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

TodayL-Fair. O on the class l O O AA iV Tomorrow.--Fair. Othe retas FY 3 VOL. XXXV. NO. 318. MIBSOULA MONTANA, FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1909. PRICE FIVI (. CHAOS EXISTS IN FRENCH NATION COMPLETE MAIL AND TELE GRAPH TIE-UP THREATENS SERIOUS RESULTS. FOOD FAMINE IMMINENT Mall and TeliegrfiT Are Undelivered, Banks Refuse to Cash Checks, Prioes of Edibles Soar, and Supply of Table Necessities Is Beooming Alarmingly Short-End Not in Sight. Paris, March 18.-There was not the slightest indication late tonight of a break in the deadlock between the government and its striking telegraph ers and postal employes, nor was there any prospect of an improvement in the situation. The strike, however, will be considered in the chamber of deputies tomorrow and a solution may then be furnished. The cabinet tonight passed a decree authorizing the dismissal of the strik ers from the state service, and re-af firmed its determination not to yield. The semi-official note giving the re sult of the meeting ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

A Choice Brooks Street Buy Two 30x130 lots a trifle over one block from the new county high school, on city water main; only five blocks from the end of the bridge; for $1 150. There is not another lot in this locality for this money. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSUJRANCE DEALER. 118 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. MANY FRIENDS ATTEND ALFRED CAVE FUNERAL Funeral services over the remains of Alfred Cave, the old pioneer who died Wednesday afternoon after a long illness, were held yesterday aft ernoon at the residence on East Front street. The sermon, preached by Rev Mr. Noftsinger of the Baptist church of Butte, was unusually eloquent and sympathetic. He dwelt on the life and deeds of Alfred Cave and had much to say on the rugged honesty and genial disposition of the dead pi oneer. A large number of sympathlz ing friends were present to pay their last respects to the memory of their lost companion. Flowers covered the casket and the grave. The pallbearers were all old t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

SIN THE RAILWAY WORLD . NO FOUNDATION FOR STORIES OFFICIALS OF HARRIMAN LINES DECLARE NO CHANGES ARE CONI EMPLATED. Ogden March 18. - Julius Krutt schnitt, vice president and director of maintenance and operation of the western roads of the Harriman sys tem, arrived from Los Angeles this morning in his private car over the San Pedro and Oregon Short Line roads. "No radical changes are contem plated at this time in the manage ment of either the Southern Pacific, Oregon Railway & Navigation com pany, Oregon Short Line or Union Pa cific roads," said Mr. Kruttschnitt. "You may quote me emphatically on this subject. I will also add that the stories recently published regarding rumors of changes are without foun dation in fact. "I would like to impress railroad officials generally with the fact that the Harriman management is not de sirious of making changes at any time." CONTRACTS AWARDED FOR NEW RAILROAD Butte. March 18.-A Miner special from Dillon states that authoritative announce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

wor oray in the Year. tasDoULNa r PUr7LGaRm co. ' ai 181 West Mlan Street, Mis soul., Montana. ered at the postotloe at Miasoula, tan t aseoad-iotass matil matter. SUBOCRIPTION RATES (t Advenee) one month ............. $0.76 three months 8.26 e months ............... .600 o.y. . .................. l. . aadde for faglg countris. ELEPIHONE NUMBER Ubsiu m Ofhes 11* dltorsl Rooms SUI ICRIBERS' PAPERS the bMi: oulian is anxious to give best carrier service; therefore sub brs are requested to report faul:; at once. In ordering paper to new address please give old also. Moey orders and checks be made payable to The Mis *ullan Publishing Company. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1909. NOT ON YOUR LIFE. S''ome of our friends who have been stlfering from nervous prostration as a reesit of the swings of the Big Btick have been telling us that we would sever hear anything more of Roose ev1t when he left the White House. These prophets have another guess coming. Mr. Roosevelt has left the W hlte House and if y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

REPORT EYIDENCES INCREASE PRODUCTION OF TURF ENTINE AND RESIN IS SHOWN TO BE UNUSUALLY LARGE. Washington, March 18.-The produc tion of more than 36,500,000 gallons of turpentine and more than 4,100,000 barrels of resin, with a valuation of more than $14,000,000 for the turpen tine and nearly $18,000,000 for the resin, summarizes the output of the naval stores industry for 1908, accor3ing to the preliminary report of the United States forest service just completed. The study was provided for in L special appropriation of $10,000 by congress and the report contains the most complete and accurate statistics ever gathered for the naval stores industry in' this country send covers the production for both 1907 and 19)2, giving comparative figures for the two years. Florida Leads. Of the eight southern sta.,s, each producing more than 200,000 gallons of turpentine and 25,000 barrels of rosin, Florida leads the list with 17, 080,300 gallons of turpentine in 1908 against $15,572,700 gallons ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

Grand Spring Display OF Beautiful Headwear Many new creations in ladies' hats received Syesterday direct from New York, and we ex tend to all a most cordial invitation to see 'our spring millinery display. Our assemblage of stylish millinery spar kles with newness, combining beauty and use fulness, and our moderate prices will convince you that this is the proper place to make your . selection. Call today. Dress and Street Hats Priced at $2.50, $3, $3.50,. ,* $12.50 Ladies' Hosiery 'IFull spring line of ladies' fancy and staple hosiery in black and tans, await i M c.I.aes X $L25 Pr. ing you. If you desire quality at low- Kd loves $2 est prices, ask for our Topsy or Amer- Kid Gloves $2 Pair A.dtes' gloves that mu- can Lady hosiery. Reat quallty In black, White, ally sell at $1.50 and tan, brown, navy and green come in a1l colors and Tan hosiery at 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c a pair shades. we guarantee every black and white. Black hosiery, 15c, 25c, 35c, 50c, 75c pair. flE MA RIN COMPANY TO P...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS ARE QUIET PROFESSIONAL ELEMENT SHOWS TENDENCY TO PLAY FOR POSITION. New York, March 18.-The stock market early today developed a good deal of the kind of playing for posi tion on the part of professional ele ment which made the market active yesterday after the new tariff bill was offered to congress. The market to day was inclined to adjust its views to a probable period of inactivity in its business in sympathy with the waiting attitude expected of general business. Here and there in the mar ket was reflected the confidence in the effect special schedules of the tariff would have on individual stocks, as, for instance, the sharp ad vance in Central Leather and Ameri can Hide & Leather stocks based on the expectation of advantage from the free admission of hides and the pro posed change in the duties on shoes. The first dealings today showed that the sharp rising in prices yesterday had brought out some selling orders. The decline which resulted again de velope...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 19 March 1909

" N ý : . . is . Cili.eR:BEiI# .- !:ia.i ii··-.w:i·-! .i.i.i , . 1 1 j l 7 V 1. r'" rs:.- ý ' 3..' K: ' 1±+< a . . : 1. r. ". 4:::. I ý !!L6 > "Y· : . . .:? '...:.,:! ... S MOKELESS powder we have long had; bloodless battles have often been fought and duly chronicled by the world's greatest historians, but not until early in the iaonth of February of this year was the public taken into the inventor's confidence and given an opportunity to see, or read of, the noisless gun. The noisless gun is here-a reality in every essential, and its practicability has been made just as patent as its reality. To the offices of his patent attor neys in Park Row, New York, Hiram Percy Maxim invited a few newspa per men and those of his intimate friends who are interested in fire arms, either from the viewpoint of a sportsman of a warrior, and there ex hibited and demonstrated the simple little device attachable to any gun, whether it be of the Flobert rifle or standard army type, which complete...

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