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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

NEWS OF THE RAILWAY WORLD CLOSELY WAITCINC ELLIOTT VISIT OF NORTHERN PACIFIC PRESIDENT EXPECTED TO SETTLE TROUBLE. * Lewiston, Idaho, March 22.-The visit here of President Howard Elll o*+ of the Northern Pacific at this time may settle the long expected joint operation of the Grangeville Rlparia railroad or it may create an uneasiness which will threaten the joint operation of the Hill and Harri man interests. The extension of the Clearwater branch of the Northern Pa cific from Stites to Harpeter, eight miles, is the key to the situation. If the railroad president decides to build this eight miles of line he will have the Elk City mining tonnage completely bottled up and controlled by the Northern Pacific by the extension. The mining business is now divided between Grangeville and Stites, but it the Clearwater line Is extended to Harpster, Grangeville will get none of the business, as Harpeter will have the advantage of not only a shorter dise. tance but the climb out of the Clear w...

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. — 23 March 1909

t, h at Missoula, *seeot tcla tl mlatter. *$ *CfontoN , krs (li Advanee) J$iiy, ge month ............... $0.76 i, see monthsa ............3.. 5.1 if t monaths ................ 4.9 one year .................. 8.00 ely, one year .................. 1.50 added for foreign countries. TurQorp NUM$aR ain i ae ~ tor3Ir Rooms 3 ltRR$' PAPERS The . is anxious to give Si vi m;e theretore sub I ta.so gi t to eport ftulti at one. In orderin paper to new address please give old also. ºe, orders Std eheeksl be mamd payable to The Mil Publistiug Company. STITP DAY, MARCH 23, 13009. BOOOD*BYE. Tod. Mr. Roosevelt starts upon I0 g trip into Central Africa c he has been planning ever since end of his presidential term came sight. The whole world is in ted in this journey, as is evi by the newspaper and maga articles which have ~een de td to it for the past three months. Swhole world hopes that the trip fill be pleasant and successful and Mt Mr. Roosevelt will return, thor .a~ghly rIetod aUn laden with ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

DECLINES TO MAKE PROMISES FRENCH GOVERNMENT WILLING TO 8ETiLE STRIKE BUT WILL NOT COMMIT ITSELF. Paris, March 22.-Although the chamber of deputies today again sus tained the government's position with reference to the strike of the postal employee and several of the members of the strike committee considered the government's terms amply satisfac tory, the hotheads at a big meeting held this afternoon succeeded in post poning final action until tomorrow. Not content with winning all the sub stantial points for which they con tended, including the elimination of Under Secretary Simyan, whose re tirem-.:*, It is understood, is only a question of hours, the militant strike leaders tried to force the government to public confession of defeat by the dis missal of M. Simyap. who is ex tremely obnoxious to the state em ployes. The political opponents of the gov ernment are making the most of its predicament. The strike leaders had several conferences during the day with the ministers. Premi...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

All That Is Distinctive and New In SPRING APPAREL FOR WOMEN '4 The Two BEST SUIT VALUES In Missoula Today 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 challenge any to offer a value so good, a suit that combines chic, jaunty style, good material 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. Today' B Silk s Thday's Hosiere AT $1.69 YARD-36-inch, yard wide, soft finished black taffeta silk. It's a regu lar $2 value, guaranteed to give the best wear and satisfaction. 25C PAIR AT 50¢ YARD-27-inch heavy weight Jap American Lady, extra fine quality Maco tan silk, in ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

GOEBINMENT HUNTER TELLS OF LIFE P. C. PETERSON, OFFICIAL NIM ROD, GIVES ACCOUNTS OF SPORT IN WEST. Spokane, Wash., March 20.-Twenty bears, a dozen cougars, four lynxes and 300 wildcats have been bagged in the last two years by P. C. Peterson. United States government hunter in the state of Washington, who, after hunting big game in nearly every part of the world, declares that the sport he has had in the Cascade mountains, rivals anything he ever experienced elsewhere. Peterson's duty is to slay predatory animals. For this he is paid $75 a month by Uncle Sam and, in addition, he receives the regular state bounty on every wild pelt brought to the auditors of the various counties in the commonwealth. He was appoint ed to the job when the forestry service created similar berths in several western states at the suggestion of Theodore Roosevelt, then president of the United States. The ranchers who recommended him are pleased with his work. Started Young. Hunting has been his occupation ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

MARKET MOVEMENTS IMPROVE PRICES OF STOCKS 'RISE BUT VOLUME OF BUSINE88 SHOWS SHRINKAGE. New York, March 22.--The better ment in prices of stocks disclosed a shrinkage in the volume of transac tions, the total falling somewhat be low that of Friday. The rapidity and extent of the advances which gave an illustration of the small floating sup ply of stocks in the market, which supplies the present argument of the bull faction, while the demand for stocks, although small, outweighed the supply so effectually as to com bat the contention of the bear ele ment that no sufficient vitality ex lated in the speculation. The lifting again of the war cloud in the Balkans and the ending of the strike of post office employes in France put some heart into speculators in the London and European stock markets that created demand for stocks. Reports of improved conditions in the copper trade was a factor of strength. The adjournment of the supreme court of Washington without handing down a decision in...

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. — 23 March 1909

Daily Puzzle - IN THE GARDEN. Now is the time the household head His duty doesn't shirk, But gets the tools from out the shed And sets the boys to work. Find the other boy. One of tedays little adsl mn hotd the tger of fod ortune 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.-''wo A. B.-One M. C.-One B.-One M. M.-One FOR SALE-CITY REAL RSTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particulars at 885 Wolf ave. LOT 28, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. 5-ROOM MODERN COTTAGE, 834 East Spruce St. If you want a snap address owner, A. M. Downing, Gen eral Delivery. FOR SALE--CORNER LOT, LOW'S addition, $850; cash, 1125, b.lance $10 per month. Address R., Mis soulian office. FOR SALE-118 CHICKENS; HEN house; barn;. .-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all fdr $3,500. Robert E. Dinkins; Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mont. FOR SALE--40x180-FOOT LOT ON South First stree...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 23 March 1909

KLYS MISOULAoS EST GROCEr "emapting Lenten Canned and Salt Fish ?. CAE s Fresh Mackerel, in i very fine; our price, per A.a ........................1io iNGO TAMA-Deep-Sea Shellfish for dupe, salades and fry; per Can ...................... o Maketel'-3 very fine, for family. •ag ... . ....................25 Sao.ked Fish . tdy we'offer some of the very finest smoked fish, all daily by ex .lppered Salmon, lb ........SO4 Direed Herring, Ib .........ra lack Diamnond Salmon. Ib ... .5' iea MaddleM, lb ............SO4 TH u SUSY CORNER. Phone e OILET PAPER We are overstocked on some kinds, and to close out offer SEA $HELL TOILET PAPER AT So PER PACKAGE. This is a nice, soft paper and 1s a'mBln at this price. Our stook is. not large and it won't last long. OTHER KINSS. W.ondrous, 4 packages for .........5B Waverly, 3 rtoll for .................. W 'idor", 3 rolls for ................... Missoula Drug Co. WHQOLlSALE AND RETAIL. Heum nd Sleek. Miseula carpets and Rugs Tour spring cleaning will...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

TH ETE THE DlAILY MISSOULIAN ""& TodaL-Fair. ANO OWD O0C I Tomorrow-Fair, warmer. of 1h N VOL. XXXV. NO. 323. MISSOULA, MONTANA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 24, 1909. PRICE FIVE LEBEAU HANGS ON FRIDAY MORNING SHERIFF O'CONNELL OF KALIS PELL EXTENDS INVITATIONS TO THE EXECUTION. PRISONIR 1S CHEERFUL Osndemned Man Itiaoets Hanging Paraphernalia, Tries on E Cap, Asks That the Knot Be Waxed 8· It Will Not Fail to Work, and Or ders Duck Stuffe4 With Chioken. Special to The Daily Missoulian. Kalispell, March 23.-Sheriff O'Con nell has been busy today presenting invitations for the banging of Lebeau, which is to occur at 7 o'clock a. m. on Friday next. All members of the court house force were invited by in dividual cards this afternoon. At his own request Lebeau was shown all of the hanging parapher nalia yesterday. He tried on the black cap, fitted the rope and knot, suggest ing to one of the men who was tying the knot that'it should be waxed to insure the proper action, indicating at t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

Fhb Street Ata Bargain A new, beautiful home situated on South Fifth street east, close in; a choice location and an excellent neighborhood; seven large rooms, thoroughly modern; good cellar; large porch; excellent corner lot, 60x 130; lawn, fruit and shade trees. If you are looking for a good home T would invite you to look this one over. Price $4,500. Jas. M. Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 572 HAMMOND BLOCK. TO FORMALLY INSTALL NEW PASTOR TONIGHT Rev. J. N. Maclean, the newly called pasor of the Presbyterian church of Mlasoula, will be formally installed lato his new pastorate this evening by representatives of the presbytery of Butte. The installation sermon will be preached by Rev. H. H. Carnahan ao Anaconda, and "The Charge" to the people will be given by Rev. T. A. Wickes of this city. Rev. Mr. Groenoveld of Butte will deliver "The Charge" to the pastor. Rev. Mr. Groenoveld will also be the presiding officer. There will be special music. a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

RAILROADS NEW TRAIN SERVICE FOR SPOKANE "LIMITED" LEAVES SPOKANE AT 7 P. M.; REACHES SEATTLE AT 9 NEXT MORNING. To serve better the traveling public between Spokane and Paget sound points arrangements have been com pleted for a new train on the North ern Pacific between there and the Sound, which will provide for a 14 hour service beginning March 28. The train will be known as the "Spokane Limited." The new service will be a night train, enabling Spokane people to make the trip at night, arriving in Seattle in the morning, transact their business and return the same evening, being away from Spokane but one business day. The new train will leave Spokane at 7 p. m., arriving in Seattle the following morning at 9. The leaving time at Seattle will be 7 p. m., arriving in Spokane at 9 a. m. This new schedule will reduce the Northern Pacific's running time' between Spokane, Tacoma and Seattle about two hours. The equipment will be up to the standard of the North Coast Limited and will car...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

Day Is the Yest. tJA-* PVUaIJSNKG Co. and 1t1 West Maina treet, Mis soula, Montana. aM t !olet ottce at Masoula, d t l*feeesalass mail matter. ! t7 fUt0RIPTION RATES (1p Advane.) wiy, a. t meath ................0.75 iy, three months ............... 2.25 , six months ................. 4.00 one year .............. 8.00 ýWekly, one year .................. 1.50 IPotage added for foreign countries. TILEPHONE NUMBER Bsll ness' Ofle 110Z Editorial Rooms GUiCRIEtRB' PAPERS The MIouellaa sanxious to give best carrier service; therefore sub are reqested to report fauliy at once. In ordering paper to new address please give old also. Money orders and checks dd be made payable to The Mis n Publishing Company. DNUBDAY, MARCH 24, 1909. " MIWOULA'S FUTURE. "Things look good now with all the Nolway construction in progress and the large amount of building go 1. on; but what are you going to do s*en the work is finished?" This is tp question which the pessimist fires at you when you talk of the futu...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

TWO ARE ARRESTED ON SUSPICION WOMAN AND TWO MEN WITH MUCH MONEY IN CURRENCY SUSPECTED OF KIDNAPING. Cleveland, Ohio, March 23.-In the arrest here tonight of a man and a woman having $9,989 in their posses sion, the police believe they have cap tured the kidnapers of Willie Whitla. The woman, who was somewhat con fused, idmitted that she had been re sponsible for the kidnaping. When placed in custody at the central po. lice station, she said to Captain Shat tuck: "I am the one who planned the whole thing. There will be trouble for me and hell in Sharon tomorrow." Beneath the woman's skirt was found $9,989. All of it but $40 was bound in packages with the original slips placed on the money When Whitla took it from the bank still around it. Captain Shattuck and Detective Frank Wood made the arrests in the east end of the city. When they neared the station the man broke away from Detective Wood and ran towards an alley, while the policeman fired two shots from his nevolver into the air ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

1 THE ROYAL TAILORS MAKE YOUR EASTER SUIT WE TAKE YOc)UR MEAtUI' 1E IIEIlE Broadway Tailoring Brought to You The Royal Tailors are situated in tIle heart of the grea.test clothes centers in the world. In this great New Y6rk and ('hicgo taillring estahllishment theay have the pick of the world's greatest tailors. \\'hen the suit comes, if you don't say it's tlhe finest suit you ever had on you(ir hack for the money you paitd for it-if you don't say the fit, the fabrie and the style are perfectly satisfactory-you need not take. the suit. That is why they make this extraordinary offer Come In and let us take the measure for your Easter suit. Make your selection from the' 500 heautiful Royal Cloth samples we have on display. The Martin Co. MARKET MOYVEMENTS ARE DULL EFFORTS TO FORCE THE AD VANCE OF THE PREVIOUS OAY PROVE FRUITLE88. New York, March 23.-The stock market today showed the effect of the reduction of the short interest which has been brought about by driving to cover of the b...

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. — 24 March 1909

TESTING APPARATUS TO BE BUILT GOVERNMENT PLANS TO ERECT GIANT MACHINE FOR EXPERI MENTAL PURPOSES. Washington, March 23.-The largest machine in the world for testing the strength of structural materials used in great buildings and engineering works is about to be erected by the United States government at the geo logical survey testing station, Pitts burg, Pa. It will weigh more than 200 tons and will tower in the air to an extreme height of about eighty feet above the foundations. It \till exert a maxim pressure of ten million pounds, which is equivalent to plac ing a load of 5,000 tons upon the beam or column to be tested. This great machine will be housed in a structure 100 feet in height and of unusual strength, to which the testing apparatus will be secured by great rods, in order to brace it against any sudden pressure while the columns are undergoing the strain upon them. Elevators will run to the top of the machine so that the experts may examine the columns being test ed fro...

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. — 24 March 1909

RAISING OF FUNDS DISCUSSED MEMBERS OF TAFT'S CABINET AND PRESIDENT DISCUSS FINANCIAL MATTERS. Washington. March 23.-At the long est cabinet meeting of the present ad ministration, with a full membership attending, finances were discussed in detail today. The discussion turned upon the subject of raising revenues to replenish the treasury and to pro vide against a further reduction in the event that there is an actual re duction of the revenues by the revised tariff bill. Among the many meas ules that have been brought forward is that of a 2 per cent tax on the livi dends of corporations other than banks, trust companies and insurance companies. It was stated today that although President Taft had gone so far as to ask for estimates from the treasury department as to the amount of reve nue that might be derived from such tax, he was by no imeans committed to the proposition. The probable esti mate was $15,,00,000. A decision as to what measures of taxation shall be adopted apparently...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

Daily Puzzle 0 / of \ 4. LENT. From wordly things she turns her thoughts And leaves the world behind, For dresses really heavenly Now occupy her mind. Find a dressmaker. Answer to yesterday's puzzle-Upside down, under right hand. 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: B.-One. L.-Two. J. J.-One. M. V.-Three. L. C.-One. L. W. H.-Three. H. G.-One. FOR BALE-CITY REAL ESTATE. FOUR-ROOM FURNISHED COT tage. Particularb at 825 Wolf ave. LOT 2$, LOT 24, BLOCK 41, IN South Missoula. Owner, Geo Slates, Kalispell, Mont. FOR SALl--118 CHICKENS; HEN house; barn; S-room dwelling; 20 lots and water in yard; all for $38500. Robert E. Dinkins, Room 7 Allen Block, Missoula, Mbnt. SIX LOTS, 40x130, TWO CORNERS; good 6-room house, barn, ice house, chicken house, etc.; 35 fruit trees, lots of small fruit; an ideal subur ban home; Low's addition; city wa ter. Stolldard & Price. FOR SALE-40x130-FO...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 24 March 1909

LA'S 535T GROCERY Tempting L"tten Ca.ned and Salt Fish TwN OAI8S Fresh Madkerel, In cans; very fine; our price, per 0a1 ........................10# NRC TABA-Deep-Sea Shellfish tor soups, salads and fry; per ean' .. ......................10 NMeºteIl-3 very fine, for family, for ......................... S # * Smoked Fish Today we offer some of the very = anoked fish, all daily by ex Elppared Salmon. lb ... ....204 Dressed Herring, lb .........2S5 Black Dianond Salmon, lb ...SS5 Ilanin Haddle, lb .............20 THIE USY OQRNER. Phone N TOILET PAPER We are overstocked on some indsa, 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. Wondrous, 4 packages for ........25# W averly, a rolls for ....................254 Waldorf, 3 rolls for ....................254 Missoula Drug Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Hammond Sleok. Missoula Carpets and Rugs Your spring clea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Daily Missoulian. — 25 March 1909

arTHE DAILY MISSOULIAN I IToday-Fair. Actrnltyris hsWr4s )eW W : Tomorrow-Fair. D. . .5. ..u..m..O MIsowoa O VMN VOL. XXXV. NO. 324. MI8sOULA, MONTANA, THURSDAY MOINI.NG, MARCH 25, 1909. PRICE F .iE ... . . . . . .. . . . 4 .j: : YOUNG WHITLA IDENTIFIES SUSPECTS VICTIM OF SENSATIONAL KID NAPING RECOGNIZES MAN AND WOMAN IN CASE. STRANGE WOMAN SUICIDES Person Suspeoted of Having Been Con nected WitNthe Blackmailing oSheme Drinks Poison Near House Where Boy Was Held by Cantors-Much Mystery is Yet Unsolved. Cleveland, March 24.--Willie Whitla today identified the man and woman held on suspicion by the Cleveland police as the persons who kidnaped him from the school at Sharon, Pa., last Thursday and held film for the $10,000 ransom, which was paid by his father Monday. Willie said that the man who gave the name of James H. Boyle was the one who took him from school and carried him to Cleveland and placed him in the house in the east end, where he was held until the money was paid, and th...

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. — 25 March 1909

Aa argain A new, beautiful home situated on South Fifth street east, close in; a choice location and an excellent neighborhood; seven large rooms, thoroughly modern; good cellar; large porch; excellent corner lot, 60x 180; lawn, fruit and shade trees. If you are looking for a good home I would invite you to look this one over. Price $4,500. a M.i Rhoades REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE DEALER. 115 Higgins Avenue. Phone 567 HAMMOND BLOCK. PROGRESS AT MiNE REMARKABLE S.N iS IS.UNK OL KENNEDY ORdEK PROPERTY TO DEPTH OF U20 FEET. bht A. Scott returned to Nine Mile ay after a day's visit here, and ýtd odatlnue the work of development WM.ch he ia carrying on there in the roperty of the Kennedy Creek Coal Iailrgcoampany. He was forced to se to Mslsoula for more casing for iO Shaft which is being drilled and Which he repbrts is coming along at a flee rate. The shaft, he says, has bee stink already to a depth of O30 feet. Penetrating two large veins of oei, one four and one-half and the her Afive ...

Publication Title: Daily Missoulian, The
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