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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

IMPULSIVE INSANITY SAYS DOCTOR EXPERT SAYS CAPTAIN PETER C. HAINS WAS NOT SANE WHEN HE KILLED ANNIS. Flushing, N. Y., Jan. 7.-The trial of Thornton J. Hains passed today to that stage frequent in homicide cases where testimony is developed from medical experts and alienists. Hains' counsel placed on the stand Dr. L. Samuel Manson, an alienist, who, after listening to a hypothetical question re garding Captain Hains' sanity, dB clared that on August 16, when Cap tain Rains shot William E. Annis, he was suffering from impulsive Insan ity. The long cross-examination of Thornton J. Hains was concluded at the morning session and the defense began the presentation of expert testi mony to prove the insagity of Cap tain Hains. The prison physician was not permitted to tell his opinion of Captain Hains' sanity, and it looked as if the defense would be un able to get the alienists' testimony be fore the jury. Dr. Manson stated that he had not treated Hains as his pa tient, but had simply obse...

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. — 8 January 1909

The January Clearance Sale Still Continues Think of buying winter goods at bedrock prices. Think of buying blankets, comforters and all heavy goods at practically cost. Fill your winter wants now. VOLUME OF BUSINESS SHRINKS SPURT OF ACTIVITY ACCOMPAN I8S BUOYANT RISE LATE IN THE DAY. New York, Jan. 7.-The most signifi cant events of the day from a finan cial standpoint were occurring outside the stock exchange, and the volume of business done on the floor of the exchange shrank materially until the spurt of activity that accompanied the buoyant rise late in the day. The points of positive strength were found outside the list of stocks ordinarily most active in the trading and mostly in those of a minor trade. New York Central and Consolidated Gas gave subtantial evidence of relief from sell ing pressure and their strong recov ery was a great help by sympathy to the rest of the market. In the Colora do Southern stocks orders again made their appearance apparently for all offerings of...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

WOMEN NOT GIILTY OF MURDER MRS. ERB AND MRS. BEISEL, AC CUSED OF KILLING CAPTAIN ERB, ARE ACQUITTED. Media, Jan. 7.-Mrs M. Florence Erb, wife of Captain J. Clayton Erb, who was well known in political cir cles in Pennsylvania, and her sister, Mrs. Catherine Beisel, who were charged with the sensational murder of Captain Erb on the night of Octo ber 6, 1908, today walked from the Delaware county court house free women. After the jury had been out nearly 18 hours it brought in a ver dict of not guilty. Thus ends a trial that has held the interest of the peo ple of the state for many days. Early this morning it was reported that a verdict had been reached and the de fendants were sent for. III at Ease. J. W. Robinson, the assistant district attorney was very ill at ease. Judge Johnson took his seat just as the jury was escorted into the room. There was absolute silence. When the court clerk went through the usual proceedings of asking whether the jury had agreed the fore man announced ...

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

S. ! _ a ' Ahw A kf Vokv yra~ '91i ý , u··. To the average reader the delivery of a letter through the United States malls pictures only the regular and neatly uniformed letter carrier in shining brass buttons, who trips po litely up the front steps and hands in letters from all over the face of the earth. Yet the letter carrier, if the most familiar method of receiving one's mail from the care of Uncle Sam. Is only one of many schemes employed by the government for dis posing of the millions of letters an nually turned over to the postoffico department throughout the world. For instance, Uncle Sam, aside from the city delivery of letters and the rural free delivery carriers, have reg ular contracts by which letters are delivered by steam launches, by sail boats and by teams of half-wild Alas kan dogs. In Porto Rico Uncle Sam has native mail carriers who carry United States mail on donkeys; In Sa moa the relay runners carry the sacks on their brawny shoulders as they race for hundre...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 8 January 1909

CHANGES IN ROITES SUGGESTED THE PANAMA CANAL WILL REV OLUTIONIZE THE FREIGHT TRAFFIC FROM NORTH. Chicago, Jan. 7.-The first real Indi cation of the revolution in traffic routes that will follow the completion of the Panama canal is contained in an announcement by the president of one of the big Canadian railroads that when the canal is opened a large part of the western Canadian grain that now passes through Port Arthur, Fort Williams and Chicago, will be diverted to the Pacific, whence it will be sent by steamer to Europe and Asia. This prediction, of such practi cal importance to the west, if only by its suggestion of other changes, is the latest utterance of C. M. Hays, the head of the Grand Trunk Pacific and one of the most far-sighted men in the railway world today. "At pres ent," he said, "the wheat crop is either hurried to the ports on the great lakes, Duluth, Fort Williams and Chicago, during the few weeks between threshing and closing of lake navigation in November, or it ...

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. — 8 January 1909

Iv'S Three Cans Fancy Table Fruit SOc 11 IUIsY CORNER Phone N A Special Oifer In order to reduce our stock be fore Involofug we offer our guar iteeed 2-quart fountain syringe for ALSO A Guaranteed 3-Quart lot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargalns; every one guaranteed and I It does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammond Sleek Corner Pilcture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Merit T HERE is merit in our furniture and there is merit in our contention that we are better able than anybody else in town to meet your wants in the line of furniture. We make a specialty of furniture. We purchase our goods froip factories of estab. lished reputation. When you buy furniture of us, you know exactly what you are getting. It is be cause we are specialists. Let us show you. J. . Lucy& Sons OCEDAR AND STEVENS Somplote Houre and Offle PFur nishinge. 150, 2aO, 250, 30, Hot Lunch HOWARD'S "One minute service." ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

1 Mt WntATn H fHill Today-Snow; Told. H w -me ie Tomotrow- 4now; ol d. VOL. XXXV. NO. S49. MIssOULA, MONTANA, 8ATURBAY MORNING, JA"UARY 9, 1909. PRIO. FI WOULD REFUSE TO CONSIDER "DISRESPECTFUL" MESSAGESf Committee Advocates Extreme Course of Action. Urges House to Table Communications of President. Representatives Appointed to Recommend Course to Be Pursued in Regard to Ex ecutive's Insinuations, Make Report. Brand Language Used by Na tion's Chief Official as In sulting and Demand Re jection of Missives to Lower House. Washington, Jan. 8.-By a vote of 212 to 356 the house of representatives to day passed a resolution offered by the Perkins committee recommending that the president's message regarding the secret service and that portion of his annual message pertaining to the same *subject, be tabled and that the house refuse to consider any communica tion from any source which it deemed disrespectful to the members of con gress. Congressman Pray of Montana was one of the members of...

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. — 9 January 1909

.d ale hail Ordsr tft mwan a material saving on When unable to attend this great "lts ofe merohandise--a splenT.|R bargain sale write us your wants. did b ollain eale of dependable| All mail orders promptly and oiro wshm 't miss th o Justp sfully atteonded to. W wil gie prtunity mof the rea ttop you Just as honest r o if you e INtunity of eke year" were here in person. Great January Clearance sale .7is Js hot a profit Iaking Jale. but a qenuine 3ona Fide Clearance Sale Of /111 Winter .Cines and .jil Broken .ines in Whatever Department )hey Are Found; a Fale in Which you Can Buy jfigh Class Alerchandise at Actual Wholesale Cost. 7he mere announcement of our January Cleanup Joal is enough to crowd our store every hour from the opening until the closing day. Because times without number we have proven our ability to give genuine seasonable bargains. During the twelve days' sale not only winter goods but every item of mer chandise in our mammoth stock will be greatly reduced in price an...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

Bad Weather Bargains In order to keep busy dur ing this stormy weather, I name you lower prices than I have been able to quote in a long time. Either of these can be sold at a big advance in the spring. Read care fully. Twelve fine, level lots in South Missoula on a good street. The new electric rail way will greatly add to the value of these and will make them close in. For a quick sale I quote a stormy-weath er price of $100 each. $10 per lot cash, balance easy. Eight excellent lots in block 98, South Missoula. These lots are gilt-edged at the price asked and should pay a handsome profit dur ing the summer. Remember, the street railway and Mil waukee are both due in a very short time. Grab these. Only $60 each, on very easy terms. El.jj NEWCOMPANY BEGINS OFFICIAL LIFE ARTICLES OF INCORPORATIO1 A'RE FILED FORT KENNEDY CREEK ENTERPRISE. Yesterday the Kennedy Creek Coal & Coke company began its official ex istence, articles of incorporation being filed in the office of the county...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

~. Nory r irnm t o tr. IruromotJ 1UDLI.P m CO. s second A hall mate. USISORIPTION RATES (a Advance) one month ................ .5 three months ............. 2.26 tl aonths ................ 4.00 t Myssoulan is saxious to l6.0 te ................ .00to report dedfor fore I n o ountr pape ?ULEPI4ONE NUMBER isalsO. Money orders ditorl Rooms r r U ffiSR S'E PAPERS b misoulla Ia ablious to give !bS ait cirrcle service; therefore Cub bpcbes. are requested to report faulty at once. In ordering paper UISUSS to new address please give old 5 also. Money orders and checks he ade payable to The Mis b.iaan Publishing Company. SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 1909. TUMPIRtATUR.I ,Billlnge is the warmest place in Montana. The temperature Is higher in the igaer City at the present time than In any other place in the state. The mercury last night touched 15 below in Billings, the coldest record ed this season. The present cold snap has lasted for three days, at no time hlrling which the mercury has gone ,above z...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

Socks SSpecial o. Today No Excuse for Cold Feet Now Today we place on sale 1,200 pairs of our celebrated men's "NEVERDARN" Cashmere Socks, at a price that will- make them go faster than the proverbial hot cakes. They are medium weight, very fine quality, Oxford gray color; good, warm and the kind that wears like iron but is always soft and comfortable. Sizes 9 1-2 to 11 1-2. Regular price, 25 a 3 Pairs 50 C pair. for... Sale price, 6 pairs $1 Missoula Mercantile Co. KUANG YU WEI ACCUSES YUAN SHI KAI OF IMPLICATION IN DEATH OF EMPEROR Penang Straits Settlement, Jan. 8. In an interview here today Kuang Yu Wel, the well-known Chinese reformer, who was expelled from Pekin after the coup d'etat of 1908, declared that Yuan Shi Kal had been dismissed from his high position as member of the grand council of the Chinese em pire because he was instrumental in the death of the late emperor and that he probably would be placed on trial for his connection with the matter. "The result of this tri...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

The January Clearance Sale Still Continues Think of buying winter goods at bedrock prices. Think of buying blankets, comforters and all heavy goods at practically cost. Fill your winter wants now. 6r5 2 MARKET MOVEMENTS IRREGULAR OBSCURE STOCKS MAKE CON SPICUOUS AND SUCCESSIVE SPURTS DURING DAY. New York, Jan. 8.-There was a very irregular tone in the stock market at all times today. Stocks which are often lost in an obscure position for long periodu were made conspicuous, wit.i euccessive spurts to higher prices. but the tone of the general list was distinctly heavy. Later there was some improvement in the general list, ,ut weakness was general at the closing. The London discount rate was sharply affected. The individual advances, while sen sational to a degree, had no cause to explain them. The dimensions of the inward movement of cash to the New York banks deprives this prospect of any power to alarm sentiment. Some attention was given to the wheat mar ket in connection with the ...

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

RECEPTION PLANNED FOR VISITING WOMEN WIVES OF SENATORS AND REP RESENTATIVES TO BE ENTER TAINED AT CAPITOL. Special to the Daily Missoulian. Helena, Jan. 8.-Contrary to an an nouncement made yesterday, Speaker McDowell did not announce the house committees today. He said her had not completed the assignments, but would report on Monday. Both houses held short sessions and at noon ad journed until Monday afternoon. To night a large majority of the mem bers have returned to their homes. Among the announcements out of the routine made in both houses was one to the effect that the wives of the state officers would give a re ception Monday afternoon in the gov ernor's reception room in honor of the wives of representatives and sen ators. The senate had a short rou tine session, four bills being intro duced and two notices given. The bills introduced follow: Donlan-Exempting from assessment and taxation mortgages on real prop erty. Meyer-Authorizing the employment of a stenographer by the ...

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. — 9 January 1909

rte # f . : Ii ~; :: 'IJ'7 HEN the name of William Howard Taft was first seri ously considered as a White House possibility, speculation became rife as to what manner of woman was his wife, and whether or not she would as gracefully preside at the White House functions as did the one woman whose name will ever be a by word when "The First Lady of the .Land" is discussed- Mrs. (Grover Cleveland. The White House has had two mistresses since the Clevelands took their departure for the more se cluded and exclusive life at Princeton, leaving behind them memories of a re gime where Mrs. Cleveland was con cerned as tender and hallowed as those surrounding the peerless Dolly Madison. Mrs. William McKinley was Mrs. Cleveland's immediate successor, but the delicate state of her health com pelled her to keep well in the back ground, and the more arduous duties confronting the nation's hostess fell to the lot of others, the wives of the cabinet ministers or other women of the official family de...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 9 January 1909

SSPORTS FIGHTING PHYSICIAN MAY "MAKE O000" Seattle, Wash., Jan. 8.-Will Dr. B. P. Roller, the Seattle wrestler, "make good" as a fighter? This is the ques tion that is being asked and variously answered since Roller has been matched to fight Al Kaufman before the Jeffries club in Los Angeles to, ward the end of this month. James J. Corbett, Bob Fitzsimmons and othet pugilistic stars who have boxed with Roller have expressed fav orable opinions of his prowess and predict a bright future for him in the ring. Other competent judges do not hesitate to declare that the Seattle physician-athlete, while a marvel of physieal development, will never set the world afire as a pugilist. To prove their ease they point to the tried-and true saying that a good wrestler never makes a good fighter. Perhaps, how ever, the fact that Roller has never developed into a champion mat artist may help him to defy the old rule. Dr. Roller is in the prime of vigor. ous young manhood. Born in Illinois and educa...

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. — 9 January 1909

REILLY'S Saamousm' s*or noom" Three Cans :Fancy Table Fruit 50c ?HE BusY CORNER Ph*n 95 A Special Offer Isa rdr to reduce our stook be sre invoicing we otter our guar anteed U-quart fountain syringe for ;1.0@. ALSO A Guaranteed 3.Quart Hot Water Bottle for 90 Cents These are fresh goods and are bargains; every one guaranteed and if it does not give satisfaction we agree to replace same. Missoula Drug Co. PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Hammsad Sleek Ceeuer Picture Frames at Simons 312 Higgins Avenue Merit T ERE is merit in our furniture and there is merit in our contention that we are better able than anybody else in town to meet your wants in the line of furniture. We make a specialty of furniture. We purchase our goods from factories of estab lished reputation. When you buy furniture of us, you know exactly what you are' getting. It is be '.hase we' are specialists. Let us show you. J. N. Lucy&Sons CEDAR AND STEVENS eomplete House end Offloe Pur nishinge. IHOWARD'S) Fresh Chicken Tamal...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 January 1909

Today-F THE DAILY MISSOULIAN TomoL. w-FXXrXV. NO. 250. MIOULA, MONTANA, SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1909. PRICE FIVE VOL. XXXV. NO. 250. MISSOULA, MONTANA, SUN.DAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1909. PRICE . DOCUMENTS "DISAPPEAR" FROM TILLMAN'S DESK Senator Suddenly Discovers That Important Land Deal Papers Are Missing. INTIMATES THAT SECRET SERVICE MEN TOOK THEM Southern Statesman Declares Instruments of Utmost Impor tance to His Reply to President's Accusations, but Confidently Asserts Executive Will Be Hoisted by His Own Petard. Washington, Jan. 9.--In the prepa ration of his speech in reply to the president's charges Senator Tillman has failed to find a number of papers bearing on the Oregon land case in connection with the present contro versy. The papers, he says, were inclosed in a large envelope and were left in his private desk in his committee room at the capitol, when he left Washing ton last October on account of his illness, but they cannot now be found. The senator does not cha...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 January 1909

"l A .e $ mterondia .-.P " . I pen When unable to attend this great t r I 1fin I~L Of dependble All mail orders pomptly and oars . d.s. mies thie ge.atst opl fully attended to. will give unity of the year you ust as honest alues a if you wore here in person. Sreat anuary Clearance Sale ,s Js Hot a oofit Jaking Jale. but a qenuine 2ona Fide Clearance .ale S All Wminter .Cines and ,fll 3roken .Cines in Whatever ,Department )hey Are Found: a tale in Which 'ou Can Buy ,high Class IMerchandise at Actual Wholesale Cost. e on f and Monday and Secure the 3est bargains SperOffered in Missoula .n the en s ection .n the LOomen's Readg-to-lbear : Jction Kuppenhelmer's hand-tailored suits, overcoats and raincoats, all winter underwear, shirts, odd pants, fancy vests, night robes, sweaters, warm-lined gloves and mittens, ties, hats, caps, Despite the immense business and record-breaking sales in the women's ready-to-wear suspenders and trunks. You will find the lowest pricesever quoted on men's a...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 January 1909

s MONDAY WE START A 1GREAT Full bleached bed sheets, made with a wide top hem, full size; a special lot to close out at .................................421-2 1 2%' .E S T A R T A .-a PRE -IN V/E1N TORY SALE 20c Good Towels 12~ Odd lots of towels in large size cotton, st r'ILE,-IN % TE and.iq Tukih totI cs ou at .................. All Odds and Ends, Remnants and Slightly Soiled Items Are Offered at Prices That Make It an Object for You to Buy Next week starts a new business year at this store. That means we finish invoicing Saturday night, and before the final o Leng s o S icount of our stock we've got a large amount of goods that ae will convert into cash. This week all the odds and ends, Short Lengt Short Leagths of Slks remnants and slightly soiled merchandise will be brought to the front and priced at temptingly low prices, and no mat - Lengths of For this ale we have picked out all the ter what the condition of the weather it will pay you to visit this store. D ress Goo For thi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 10 January 1909

e: t the postoffloe at Missoula. as mecond-class mail matter. 8I488CRIPTION RATES (la Advanese) one month ................ 0.75 three months ............. 2.25 , six months ................ 4.00 one year ................ 8.00 , one year ................ 1.50 added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER usueesa Office 110 Editorial Rooms UBSOCRIBERS' PAPERS STe Missoullta is anxious to give Wbehst carrier service; theref,,re rub are requested to report faulty .pry at once. In ordering paper iaied to new address please give old also. Money orders and checks be made payable to The Mis Publishing Company. S DAY, JANITARY 10, 1909. IF NOT, WHY NOT? To quote the Missoula Herald, "If .Du 4ddn't like the town, It can get 'ou without you." If you do like it ~d intend to remain here, prepare to Ioosl. The first step in the boosting vrogeam is to become an active mem ber of the chamber of commerce. i'theru is not a business man or prop irty Owner In the city who shguld not }M a member of this...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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