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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

[EDIORAL TION THE DAILY MISSOULIAN PAGES 9 TO MISSOULA, MONTANA, S IUNDAY MORINING, MARCH 21, 1909. \ ~~~~~---------- ---------- - 1MmVE·LT ~ 4 ;, 3t + ¢' / `^ ..` rI Mtw \ oy. "7?h. 'C Y7n ý ; oeFP Fý ýA a. "Ma~i~3b 'ALa SN going away from the United States, theoretically that his suc cessor to the presidency, W. H. Taft, may be in no wise hampered in his conduct of his office by his whilom sponsor, the ex-president combines business and pleasure in a most satis factory manner. His career as a sportsman in various parts of the world proves conclusively that his forthcoming African trip represents one pf his life ambitions. Whether he bags much or little game it is safe to prophesy that he will be more than "delighted" with his experience on the hitherto "dark continent." hereafter to be illuminated by the expansive smile of Mr. Roosevelt. His chances for scorli.g in his hunt are excellent, for the preparations have been most com plete, nothing having ben left undone which will insu...

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. — 21 March 1909

amO T a7'r: OVO 27vw r 1. ; ,1; 4i'i a Prar~9rl~nChartt ON N THE 21st day of November last a portion of the rock toe at the up-stream end of the Gatun dam sank about 20 feet. News of this occurrence immediately started a wide discussion of the much-vexed question of the safety of the structure on which the entire lock-level plan of construction depends. The matter was great exaggerated by the press, one of the newspapers going so far as to declare that the discovery had been made of an enormous lake un derlying the canal zone. This unfortu nately was not true, otherwise the condition would have afforded a sim pie solution to the problem. With a large subterranean lake available, all that would be necessary would be to scrape off the covering, or peel it off, as one might a pie crust, and presto a ready-made waterway at sea level or lower. As a matter of fact, the trouble does not seem to have been of a serious character, nor such as would raise apprehensions of the safety of the dam...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

Ai Y... r~~s 14 E VERYTHING for evening wear is a-sparkle now with light and a-gleam with rich co or. lAstel tints, used as backgroundi, become wonderful color effects by their over draperies of net, encrusted with jew els, sequins, bead embroideries and the like. Faceted jet ornaments vie with rhinestones to add to the scinti lation and gorgeous American beauty shades peacock blues and emerald greens are crowding out the faint colorings, until verily one believes that the big band at the inaugural ball was no more audible than some of the gowns that was worn by the fair dancers. Of course, every woman who was bidden-or by hook or crook secured admission to the festivity-planned her costume in keeping with the import ance of the event. Newspapers all over the United States chronicled the guests and their raiment, and the frock which, because of its special beau ty, individuality or magnificence, won mention and brought gratification to the heart of its wearer. Gorgeous Gowns. At suc...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

lPblMsho Btery Day in the Year. MaUEotUi.ANZ PtUBRLmSN CO. 15$9 ad 1l1 West Main Street, Mie souls, Montana. 3me at the postofflee at Missoula, M as seoond-class ma~l matter. SURSCRIPTION RATES (In Advanoe) one month ................0.7 three months ............... 2.25 xs months ............... 4.00 one year ................. 8.00 W , one year .............. 1.50 P adde for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER Business Office 110 Editortal Rooms RUISCRIBERS' PAPERS he Mis: outlan is anxious to give the best carrier service; therefore sub =.e1 rAre quested to report fault delr at once. In ordering paper ohasd to new address please give old adless Ualso. Mot.ey orders and checks should be made payable to The Mis soutlan Publishing Company. SUNDAY, MARCH 21, 1909. u· I.- .'- "" ----'-'-= --'" PASSING EVENTS The days pass quickly this season; there is no drag to the time as it goes; there are ,things doing every day and many of them. ]Dspecially is this true of Missoula and the Bitter R...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

Ty C St. Patrick's day, the one day of c Lent when all frivolities are not only I allowed, but really encouraged, I brought forth a number of unusually I delightful affairs, although as a rule c small and informal, and, combined with the many other delightful funo- I tions, made the week remarkably I strenuous. Among the most .impor tant events of the week were the cere- I monies attendant upon the debut of I Delta Sigma into the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, which really is one of the mile stones marking the prog ress of the university. Without doubt the event of the week interesting to the greatest number of people was 4 "A Stubborn Cinderella,'. which was enthusiastically greeted by a splendid house, and which was followed by numerous parties at Ye Olde Inn. The delightful weather was the cause of a number of affairs being post poned, and although many p)ans are being made, the majority of them will not be perfected until after Easter, when we are promised the busiest season Missou...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

A emo Missoulian Class Ads Bring Sure Results HAMMOND ADDITION Is the Best OPPORTUNITY Many people are taking advantage of this rare chance; tlhere are now in course of construction eight residences in this addition; there are more to be started soon. During the week we have old more of these lots than we expected to sell in a month. i)o not delay; buy now. The terms are liberal; the prices are $400 to $600 For a Home loam where you will; study the map as closely as you will; look into con ditions as carefully as you will; he as exacting as you will in your criti cism-you will be satisfied that this is the opportunity for securing an ideal location for a home. .!' location is perftct; the s.enery i ,I an 'rI insjpiring, at perfect .. , :., in a magnificent setting; the broad valley stretches away from your threshold to the most magnificent mountains in the world; be hind you rises the sheltering wall of old Sentinel; around you everywhere is restful Ireauty and comfort. Soil.-Black ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

A Dependable Medium of Sale or Exchange AI GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: L. W. H.-Three H. G.-One M L.-Two J. J.-One M. V.-Two A. B.-One M. C.-One B.-One M. M.-One FOR 8ALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FO.UR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 23, LOT -4, 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-CORNER LOT, LOW'S addition, $3850; cash, $125, balance $10 per month. Address R., Mis soulian office. FOR SALE-113 CHICKENS; HEN .house; barn; 2-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all for $8,500. Robert E. Dinkins, Room I Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. 1F'OR SALE~-40x180-FOOT LOT ON South First street; good barn, two chicken houses, 13 bearing apple trees, lots of raspberries and straw berries. Address C. T. S., Missoula, or call at 701 South First. FOR 8ALE-REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE REAL ES...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 21 March 1909

RERI -..MOAN OF FIRST MESSAGE BY AUTOMATIC LINE MARKS SIG PftROORt. ipclal to The Daily Missoulian. S: Mtte, March 20.-With the sending I.1· *the irst message by automatic Sw~tWit.h.b ever attempted between • , ttp the statq c>qpitat this week . y. b ltaa .dependent Tele epay a chew era has been In the telephone industry in !te Rocky Mountain region. The rapid development of the long dilta~ee Ield in Montana by this oonlpany and its allied interests are 'worthy of more then passing com mett. eiYte vast amount of work done Stong these llnes.during the last year i not generally understood by the Idepetndent long distance conneg 'tions between Butte and Anaconda ,ere' established last fall and from 'the ast day these lines were open for service the traffic has exceeded the most sanguine expectations of the ,ndependent company. Helena is now econnected with Butte by two long disa tease elrcuits and within a week aosmeercd. service will be established with the capital city. Filling Ga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

THE WEATHER Ioat8 L-iaiil ETHER THE DAILY MISSOULIAN I7-'""-i TodaL-Fair. roXl n 2 Tomorrow-Fair 11 Y LI-A IAN3UU. VOL. XXXV. NO. 321. MISSOULA, MONTANA, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1909. PRICE flYU LIVELY FIGHT ON TARIFF BILL SPIRITED CONTEST 18 PRESAGED BY PREPARATIONS ON PART OF BOTH SIDES. fRIENDS AND FOES READY Chairman Payne and Champ Clark QGther Forces and Hold Couinoll- Congress Begins This Week the Seri ous Consideration of Revision, the Purpose of the Special Session. Washington, March 21.-That there will be a lively contest over the tar itff bill is evidenced by the prepara tions that are being made by the spon sors for the bill and by those who oppose it. Chairman Payne, supported by his chief lieutenant, Representative John Dalsell of Pennsylvania, and the oth er republican members of the house ways and means committee, together with Representative Broussard of Lou isiana, the newly appointed democrat, will be armed with thousands of docu ments and communications for the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

Good Value 4 th Money Six fine lots in block 56, South Mis soual, fronting on Ste phens street; b650 each; one-third cash, balance one and two Four choice lots on Woodford street, close in; $500 each; easy terms. Five fine, level lots in G(lenwood Park; two corners; price, $100 each. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INWURANOE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. RUSSELL CONCEALED HIS WEAPON KNIFE BLADE USED IN ATTACK ON KELLY FOUND HIDDEN UNDER RADIATOR. D. I. Russell, the colored man who is now confined to a cell in the county jail for stabbing Richard Kelly at ft. Patrick's hospital on Satuday morn tar, now sets up the claim that he did not inflict the wound which Kelly carries on the right side of the neck. Russell says that the weapon used was the broken blade of a pocketknife, the knitf being offered as evidence in sup port of this claim. Those who wit nessed the encounter say, however, that the blade was not broken when the attack was made, and in making a minut...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

AT THE BIJOU THEATER Monday and Tuesday Evenings, March 22 and 23 HERE IS AN UNUSUALLY INTERSTING PICTURE. KING OF THE RING Jack Ashton was the athletic hero of Brookfield academy. Jack and t pretty Mary Blake, schoolmates, have found time to become sweethearts, d and in our opening scene on the campus grounds Mary arrives just after Jack has been summoned before the faculty, and she then and there de- H cides to give him a lecture for neglecting his studies. Devoting all his time to athletic pursuits, they meet the next day on the peristyle of the college grounds, and a very pretty little love scene d occurs. Mary scolds and Jack pleads, and pretty Mary, as women were s ever wont to do, ends the lecture by nestling within the embrace of t Jack's strong arms. We then see our hero in his room, strenuousely trying to learn les sons against the coming examination, but too late. The faculty enters and the boy is expelled-too much attention to football, boxing, etc., and too little atten...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

ýý . MLY MIBOULIA N t. W ab very Day li the Tar. WMOmuAN PU.L.HINl Co. .u id z81 West Maln Itreet, Mis. S souls Montana. at the postottlo at Missoula. 1 as eoond-class mail matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advan..) e. ope month ................ 0.8 S thre months ............... 7.5 six months ................. 4.00 one year .................. 8.00 w ily, one year ................ 1.50 added for foreign countries. TELEPHONE NUMBER asiness Ottfice 110 Editorial Rooms SUBSCRIBERS' PAPERS e Mis: oulan s anxious to give the beat carrier service; therefore sub ort re requeste to report faultn eIVery at once. In ordering paper shalged to new address please give old addessa also. Mor.ey orders and checks Ihbold be made payable to The Mis obullan Publishing Company. MONDAY, MARCH 22, 1909. GOOD BOOSTING. Tbhe value of the Red Apple as a tra4mark and the excellence of the sort of bOOstIng that is represented by the Red Apple banquet is well illus bated by a little story which wase told In the n...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

,A Store for Everybody MISSOULA MERCANTILE COMPANY A Store for Ever Fashion's Most Favored Dress Goods for Spring Are Here The weaves Fashion has chosen for her wearing this spring in Silk, in Wool, in Cotton, are on display. We've levied as never before upon the looms of England, Scot land, France, Germany, Austria and America, and the p)roductions of those looms are here in all their new biauty of color, design and texture. Nowhere outside the best store lAmerica's three greatest cities will a more charming and altogether worthy collection of dress materials be found. It is a showing that reflects unusual credit upon ire taste and judgment of our buyers, and of which we are justly proud. There is such variety that price, color and material can be found in happy com bination to suit every taste. THE NEW SILKS-FOR A SEASON OF HIGH LUSTRE Shimmering, radiant loveliness-soft, clinging quality; that is the story, briefly told, as to the weaves and textures of the new Silks. And as to c...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

Ao llThat Is Distinctive and New In SPRING APPAREL FOR WOMEN The Two SBEST SUIT VALUES , In Missoula Monday Bear in mind that the prices we quote here on these suits are NOT special values; they are the prices that we ask every day, yet we chall4hnge any to offer a value so good, a suit that combines chic, jaunty style, good material S and beauty of finish, together with perfect fit, as do the two suits that we feature here. $23.75 and $27.50 are the two lines that we offer you Monday as being the best values ever offered before. These two lots were bought for us by our New " York buyer at a great sacrifice, and we invite your comparison, and you will agree with us that they are the best suit values you have ever seen. Monday Silk Bargains Monday Hosiery AT p1.69 YARD--36-incll, yard wide, soft finished black taffeta silk. It's a regu- pecials lar $2 value, guaranteed to give the best wear and satisfaction. 25¢ PAIR AT 50( YARD-27-inch heavy weight Jap American Lady, extra fine qual...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

RAYALLI ASSESSOR I GETS BUSY DEPUTIES ARE SENT INTO FIELD F -HAPPENINGS IN BITTER ROOT CAPITAL. Special Correspondence. Hamilton, March 21.-The work of N assessing the property of Ravalli county has begun, County Assessor Bert Tanner having sent his deputies, Fred Grill, Moses Chaffin and Law rence Simpson into the field several days ago. Mr. Tanner anticipates a large increase in assessments over last year. Friday afternoon Miss Jackson, teacher in the fourth and fifth grades, entertained her pupils by taking them out for a straw ride. From the mani festations of delight that were heard wherever the party went it was evi dent that all were enjoying them selves immensely. L. E. Wolgemuth, general manager of the Bitter Root Valley Irrigation company, is in Seattle, attending to business matters. Mrs. Thompson and daughter of Victor are guests at the L. E. Wolge muth home. Expert Arrives. John F. Leland, a mining expert, is in Hamilton and will start tomor row for the mines of the Bro...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

Time for Sprin House Cleanins Get Rid of Your Old Furniture and Carpets Now - - Brighten the Home With New Things Time for spring house cleaning now and for a month or so to come. Likewise time to get rid of those old pieces of furniture and carpets and replace them with something new and bright and stylish. Every -- body appreciates a change now and then and a little money judicious ly spent here will do wonders towards making your home look like another place, more cheerful, a place worthy the name "home." THIS SEASON WE SHALL GIVE REMARKABLE VALUES---due to our greatly increased business, necessitating carrying a tremendous stock which, on account of present cramped quarters, we must keep moving. Our purchases for spring are rapidly arriving, some lines are now complete, and we are ready to undertake the contract to furnish a new home for you in 20th Century style or fix up the old one so it will look like new. CREDIT---WE SELL FURNITURE ON THE MOST LIBERAL TERMS OF PAYMENT EXTRA...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

The 0 One of today's little ads may hold the germ of good fortune for you GET YOUR ANSWERS. Answers to classified ads remain in this office as follows: L..W. H.-Three H. G.-One L.-Two J. J.-One M. V.-Two A. B.-One M. C.-One B.-One M. M.-One FOR SALE-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-CORNER LOT, LOW'BS addition, $350; cash, $125, balance $10 per month. Address R., Mas soullan office. FOR SALE-113 CHICKENS; HEN house; barn; 2-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all for $8,500. Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE;40x130-FOOT LOT ON South First street; good barn, two chicken houses, 13 bearing apple trees, lots of raspberries and straw berries. Address C. T. S., Mlissoula, or call at 701 South First. FOR SALE-REAL...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 22 March 1909

'T1' SROERY Tempting Lenten cadaba and Salt Fish ?1N CASES FPh Madrel in eSns; very fine; our price, per can ........................10 INC TARA-Deep-Sea Shellfish r soups, salads and fry; per ........................104 Maekerel-! very fine, for family, fa .........................3s Smoked Fish Today we offer some of the very fnest smoked fish, all daily by ex VMes Vppered astmon, lb ........ O0 Dreased Herring, lb ......... S5 Black Diamond Salmon, lb ...BS5 Peuin raddle, lb ............$0; THE BUSY CORNER. Phone ls 1 1 TOILET PAPER We are overstocked on some kinds, and to close out offer SEA SHELL TOILET PAPER AT So PER PACKAGE. This is a nice, soft paper and is a bargain at this price. Our stock is not large and it won't last long. OTHER KINDS. Wlbadrous, 4 package, for ........l5 W averly, 3 rolls for .................... S# Whidort, 3 rolls for ....................5B4 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hammond Sleek. Misseula DON'T Make arrangements for PAPERING or PAINT...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

THTHE DAILY MISSOULIAN Today--Y.,r. 148 ll s cis : TomoL. ow X lr N .ouM N ClT VOL. XXXV. NO. 322. MISSOULA, MONTANA, TUESDAY MORNING, MARlCI 23, 1909. PRICE P1i V PAYS R ANSOM FOR STOLEN CHILD FATHER OF WILLIE WHITLA 'COMPLIES WITH THE DE MANDS OF KIDNAPERS. STRANIGWOMAN IN CASE Parent Goes to Candy Store in Re sponse to Letter and Delivers Money to Woman, After Which His Boy Appears in Foyer of Hollenden Hotel -Lad Sa'ys He Was Well Triatie. (Cleveland, March 22.-Littl8 Willie Whitla, who has caused the police of the entire countr + endless worry sihce he was kidndpe6 froma school in Sharon, Pa., last Thursday, was re turned to his father at the ]iollenden hotel here at 8:30 o'clock this evenipg. In compliance with an agreement en tered into with the kidnaped'" boys father and an agent of the kidnapers here today, the boy was placed on a' street car on the outskirts of the city and started to the hotel shortly after 8 o'clock. Two boys, G. W. Ramsey and Ed ward Mahoney, recognized...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

Vlue For the Money Six fine lots in block 56, South Mis souls, fronting on Ste phens street; $350 each; one-third cash, balance one and two yema. Pour choice lots on Woodford street, close na; $500 each; easy terms. DEA lltU i EAM. 4$TATE AND INWURANOR DIA Ef 116 Higgls Avenue. Phone 67 HAMMOND ILOCK. L----------l IGR IS CMII II LOCL SALONI Constable bam Pulllam last night took a man from the Union bar, on 1M Uii o atteet, and put him in the dbhny .ill, where he is charged with *mat 1e cbeek for $35 at the Fulton 4' l llalkdtt, on Woody street, yester 4 ltbertabh. He gave his name at >h it a Dan McMillan. I ii :~b E check was passed on B. W. AaW~ddh6, the proprietor of the 4a01 ' w1lo, after dlicovering that i: *S nod aod', notified the sheriff's fldS. Odp table Pltiam, together itl Sir. Athdblson, started in search fthe fornert and in the evening 1o 4l' a him ,in the Union bar. When t.~ h' li the asloon what he had done e 1$ he pulled a $10 plC a t.' frdm hm is pocket and showed...

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