Missoula Daily Missoulian in Missoula, Montana
1 Nov 1910

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1 Nov 1910

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Missoula Daily Missoulian (Newspaper) - November 1, 1910, Missoula, MontanaPeppar i of Tolm. In e Missoula contractor 18 Suc a ce88fu bidder for the Valley crossing. Hamilton oct 31.- special at a recent meeting of the Board of county commissioners bids for the construction of the Bridge across the bitter Root. At Stevensville were opened and the contract let to o. E. Peppard a contractor at Missoula. There were seven bids us batted As follows Security Bridge company of Minne Apolis $10,400 0. E. Peppard $9,995 a. Y. Bayne & co., $9,900 Roberts Iblings & Lee $9,997 Walliin Oli ver Bridge company $10,500 Minne Apolis steel & manufacturing com Pany $10,186 j. F. Harrington $9,993. Noise of the bids except those of of. E. Peppard and Roberts Iblings & Lee was considered As All the other bidders included additional costs for the construction of the approaches that brought their bids far above the $10,000 that the Law allows the Board to expend. Peppard s bid seems to be higher than that submitted by Rob erts Iblings & Lee but the last named firm included an additional Cost of$500 for removing the old Bridge and$1.50 a foot for the approaches according to the contract let to up Pard the Bridge must be completed by March 1, 1911. Or. Peppard was re Quested to furnish a Bon d equal to 50 per cent of the amount of this bid. The new Bridge when completed will consist of two,140-foot spans with a 20-foot approach on the West and a 1,500-foot approach on the seat. The Bridge will be built close to the old crossing on the Down River Side. About 200 feet of the old East approach will be changed to meet the end of the new Bridge. Or. Walsh to speak. Hamilton oct. special at Torney Edward Noonan leaves this afternoon for Missoula where he will meet Hon. T. J. Walsh whom he will Pilot through the bitter Root Valley tomorrow. They will come up the Val Ley on the morning train going through to Darby where air. Walsh will address the people of that place at noon. Returning to Hamilton on the afternoon train or. Walsh will speak at the Lucas opera House in the evening. Burglar proof vault built for Mnew Bank Hanilton. Oct. 31. 1 Tel new vault for the Firat National Bank a Icli will soon be shoved from its present quarters on main. Street to the new Bank building on second Street has been completed so far As the Concrete work is concerned. Those who have been privileged to watch the growth of the vault As the masons and Concrete men were putting it to Gether Are of the Pinion that it will take a pretty fifty cracks Man to make Siluch headway against it even if he does employ explosives. And heat and fire Wilb be As helpless be fore its construction As the human agent of destruction. The Bottom of the vault is constructed with a three and one half foot floor of Concrete with two tons of interlacing horseshoes mixed through the Concrete. The sides and top Are made of a Carload of Railroad rails interlocked with five inches of Concrete Between them. The top of the vault is of solid rails with 14 inches of Concrete above them. Be. Tween the rails there Are five inches of Concrete. Inside the vault there will be a burglar proof Safe which is guaranteed by the diebold Safe and lock company. The Safe will be made of manganese solid steel which cannot be drilled. Such a combination of indestructible would seem to be impervious to heat fire or the drills of the cracks Man. In sudden emergencies like illness it is often necessary quickly to raise the temperature of a room. For instance in those hours Between Midnight and Dawn when the Day temperature has been allowed to drop if you Are called upon to get up the room is Chilly and cold. It takes a Long time to Start up a Furnace or fire and raise the tempera Ture by Ordinary Means. You Cian instantly heat a room to. Any desired temperature with. A it quickly gives heat and with one filling of the font Burna steadily for nine hours without smoke or smell. Has Auto Ockla be spreader which prevents the Wick from being turned High enough to smoke and is easy to remove and drop Backo the Wick can b cleared in an instant. It is a Cool a semite Andia Damper top. An indicator always Dows the Ament of of in the font. It Bas a filter Cap who. Does e of i de Stewa. Down it is put n lie a Cork in a bottle and i amt Heb in the font a Chain. The Burner by i of Altery cannot wedged because of new Devrie in Cone Truc Ai sed consequently it can always n easily unscrewed in As instant for twin. The per eco of Heater is finished a Lap or a Nickel. It is a treas durable and you Lla built by s Sre Iee yet bit and Erna Etal. The a it to _ wr5 u / f Iii Ata ii on int1esiiion will heartburn dyspepsia Gas and other stomach mis. Ery 8oon goes. If what you just ate is souring on your stomach. Or lies like a Lump of Lead refusing to digest or you belch Gas and Eruc Tate sour undigested food or have a feeling of dizziness heartburn fullness nausea bad taste in Mouth and stomach headache-this., is indigestion. A full Case of Pape s Dia pepsin costs Only 50 cents and will thoroughly cure your out of order stomach and leave sufficient Abo Tiu the House in Case some one else ii the family May suffer from stomach trouble or indigestion. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula plainly printed on these 60-cent cases then you will under stand Why dyspeptic trouble of All kinds must go and Why they usually relieve sour out of order stomachs or indigestion in five minutes. Dia pepsin is har niness and tastes like Candy dose contains Power sufficient to digest and prepare for assimilation into the blood All the food you eat besides it makes you go to the table with a healthy appetite but what will please you most is that you will feel that your stomach and intes tines Are clean and fresh and you will not need to resort to laxatives or liver pills for bilious Ness or constipation. This City will have Many dial Epson Cranks As some people will Call them but you will be Cranky about this splendid stomach preparation too if you Ever try a Little for indigestion or gastritis or any other stomach misery. Get some now this minute and for Ever rid yourself of stomach trouble and indigestion. Attorney Marschand gets Fine posiv9n Washington. Oct. 31.-John t. Mar Chand for severa4 years personal representative of president Winchell of the Chicago. Rock Island & Pacific Railroad has been appointed attorney of the interstate Commerce commis Sion. He took charge of his new duties today. Or. Marchand formerly had charge of the investigation of the criminal matters of the commission. He made investigations under the Tillman Gil Mesple Resolution of the Coal land cases on the Union Pacific and Rio Grande railroads lands valued at millions of which were alleged to have "3 audible try obtained from the government. Both speedy and effective. This indicates the action of Foley kidney pills As s8. Parsons Battle Creek mich., ill Istrate "1 have been afflicted with a severe Case of kidney and bladder trouble for which i found no Relief until i used Foley kidney pills. These cured. Me entirely of All my ailments. I was troubled with Bac Hachey and severe shooting pains with annoying urinary irregularities. The steady use of Foley kidney pills rid me entirely of All my former Trou Bles. They have my highest recon Garden City drug co. George Kreisheimer prop application denied. Helena oct. 31.- special the supreme court today dismissed the application of or. W. H. Haviland of Butte for a writ directed to the county clerk of Silver Bow county to exclude the names of All other candidates for state senator from the official ballot. Inspects schools. Hamilton oct. 31.- special county superintendent of schools Nora Smi they left this morning for the lower part of the county where she will attend to school matters. Prepare for join01 Institute teachers of Missoula and Ravalli counties to meet in Hamilton. Hamilton. Oct. 31.- special on monday tuesday and wednesday. No vember 14, 15 and 16, the teachers of Ravalli and Missoula counties will gather in this City in attendance at their annual Institute. It is expected that the teachers from Missoula county will arrive in this City on sunday evening to be Here for attendance at the Forenoon session the following Day. There has been a feeling among some of the teachers of Missoula according to reports that have reached this City which favored the holding of the Institute in the Garden City in Stead of at Apple town. It is Ham. Ilton s turn but the feeling that the larger City might be better Able to furnish the necessary accommodations probably influenced them. When the Institute was held Here two years ago great difficulty was experienced in finding proper accommodations for the visiting teachers it being a fact that Many of the City s guests had to walk As far As Hart s addition for a place to Stop. Miss Nora Smithey county superintendent of schools recently received a communication from . Pearl t. Marshall superintendent of the schools of Missoula county in which the lat Ter cordially invited the teachers of Ravalli county to come to the Garden City for this year s Institute. While the Courtesy of the head of the mis Soula county schools was appreciated by miss Smithey it was Felt that the teachers of Ravalli county had a right to feel that this is their Institute that this is the time when they Are to be the Host. Last year the Institute was held at Missoula and according to agreement the meeting comes to Hamilton this year. Hamilton has undergone a remark Able change during the last two years. Those teachers who have not visited the City since the last Institute held Here will be surprised at the growth of the City. With the building up of the vacant lots and the business Section of the City there have been accommodations added that will care for a Large transient population. In speak ing yesterday of the accommodations for the visiting teachers miss Smi they stated that she did not Antici Pate the least trouble in locating the visiting teachers at comfortable Stop Ping places. Miss Smithy and . Marshall have Laboured industriously on a program for the three Days. Recently the a ranged program was sent to . Mar shall for her approval or for any changes that might be suggested by her. Teachers Institute. The following instructors have been secured for the Institute All of whom Are Well known instructors of the West w. E. Harmoh state superintendent of Public instruction r. G. Young of Victor late superintendent i of the Butte schools . Gertrude Bell of Denver Colorado and or. f. Book of the state University at Missoula. The Complete program follows monday november 14-Forenoon. Ill vocation. I Rev. J. C. Irwin presbytery a Church address of Welcome judge h. L. Myers music Romance Grumfeld. Mrs. L. R. Peck duet . G. A. Gordon miss Isabel Gilray purpose in education. Mrs. Gertrude Bell English. Hon. W. E. Harmon intermission. School management. Supt. R. G. Young duty of the teacher to the Community. Rof. J. H. Hoist announcements. Afternoon. Asleep in the deep. William g. Mcclelland invocation. Rev. Or. Byrd of the methodist Church South. The care and culture of mental habits. Or. W. F. Book methods in Reading. Sup t. R. G. Young. O. U. Z Bulg intermission. Determining factors of meth ods. Mrs. Gertrude Bell respect for Law judge. L. Myers announcements. Adjournment. Tuesday november 15-Forenoon. Violin Solo George n. Johnson invocation. Rev. R. C. Clevenger. Baptist Church appointment of committees. Civics Hon. W. A Harmon some educational problems. Prof. W. F. Book intermission. The greatest need of the High school. Mrs. Gertrude Bell spelling and the dictionary. Supt. R. G. Young afternoon. Music. True till death. William g. Mcclelland invocation. Rev. Father Carr Catholic Church the originality and Genius in children . Gertrude Bell psychology of learning. Prof. W. F. Book intermission. The duty of the Community to the teacher. Prof. J. H. Hoist methods in arithmetic. Supt. R. G. Young evening. At the m. E. Church South. Invocation Rev. F. N. Cockroft Quartetti. Drink to me Only with thine eyes messes. Baker Mitchell Amund son and Griffith. Lecture stories and Story Tell Teg. Mrs. Gertrude Bell wed needy november 16-Foreneen. M usic. Selected invocation. Important announce we beg to announce to the ladies of Missoula that an expert Corset Ere from the designing. Rooms of Redfern and Warner s whalebone corsets will be with us for a few Days beginning monday october 31. Appointments for fittings May be made without incurring any obligation to buy. The new red. Fern models recently received demonstrate conclusively the Beautiful lines of corsets correctly designed to conform with present fashions and the Superior lightness and resiliency of genuine whalebone. Superb showing of fall and Winter Coats for women misses and children and bargains too Muchiel Tilie and pains were expended in the gathering of this magnificent Stock of outer garments. Weeks were spent studying the product of the Best new York manufacturers and selecting the choicest Coats offered by each one of them. There is a shown Here of Coats for ladies misses and children not excelled by any store in Montana. The fashionable coat of heavy Wool mixtures the elegant and Dressy Broadcloth coat the Rich and warm Coats of Black Cara Cul Are All shown Here in the latest and most becoming models. Prices too Are reasonable for our usual Standard of Low prices is carefully a maintained. We offer Sonie extraordinary values at the season s very beginning stylish mixture Coats $12.75, Worth $18 a very Good assortment of smart fashionable Coats made from medium and heavy weight All Wool mixtures Gray Tian Blue and Brown full length and up to the minute in style. For Coats that Are Well Worth $18.00, Only. 1.75 handsome Black Broadcloth Coats Worth to $25, Only $18.50 these Coats Are refined and elegant in appearance. They Are made from a very Good Quality of Lustrous Black Broadcloth and come in the close and Semi fitted models lined throughout with heavy Satin. Sizes Range from 34 to 44. Choice of several styles that Are Worth $25.00, Only. 18.50 Fine Black caracal Coats at attractively Low prices late arrivals in caracal Coats very handsome indeed and closely resembling the High priced Pony fur Coats which Only the few can afford to Wear. These Dressy Carton a garments Are nearly As warm As fur heavily lined and Cut in the same Fash Couable models As their aristocratic neighbor s. You la find Many styles and sizes Here to select from and prices wonderfully reasonable. Specially priced at Only. 25.00, $33.75 and $37.50 upwards of $5,000 Worth of furs neck pieces and muffs also fur Coats shown in the new Annex ily Farl the finest display of women a misses and children s furs Ever seen in mis Sochi. The new fur department is located in the front of the new Annex with plenty of Light and room so that ladies can Admire and examine the new furs to their hearts Content. All of the Best kinds Are being shown in separate scarfs and muffs Complete sets As Well As Long Coats of Pony near Seal Astrachan and Marmot. These very special bargains should prove an added incentive for you Fine Fox and opossum sets Only $17.50 these sets come both in the ladies and misses sizes and Are made from selected skins Rich Lustrous colors Large Pillow muffs and stylish neck pieces. Many fur stores ask $25.00 for inferior Furrs. Our Price Only. -$17. 50 Beautiful Fox Mink and Marten sets $359 $50 and up to $165 a really grand collection of the higher Grade of furs from the celebrated House of avallion Fra Rees the world s largest manufacturer of Fine fur garments. A wide Range of styles both in the neck garments and snuffs. Prices much below other fur store quotation.$35i00 and is to $165.00 a very Good assortment of scarfs in thl Coney Wolf Marmot a and Jap Nink furs All lined with heavy Satin. Values to $6.00, Only. 75 5 very desirable and attractive fur neck scarfs in a variety of the better kinds of furs foxes Jap minks opossums and coneys. Values to $8.50. Only each. 5.00 soft and warm Black Coney sets Large Pillow snuffs and shawl collars. Values to $10.00, Only 7.5. 0 .90 5 Rich and aristocratic Pony Coats Only $75, Worth $100 Oats made Froni russian Pony Skrins Are the most wanted of fur Coats at the present time. We Are show ing an unusually handsome garment glad in full length Froni Choice skins lined with Skinner s Satin guaranteed to give entire satisfaction Well Worth $100 in any fur store. Our special Price Only $75.00 1 i m____1_i_,_,_1___m_____-_____mmm__ Rev. Or. Spencer. Methodist Church state course of study. A on w. E. H Arnonl geography. Supt. R. G. Young intermission. 0 right and wrong incentives to Effort. Or. W. F. Book play and work . Gertrtde Belli afternoon. Music. Piano Solo. Prof. M. Carriere m usic. Selected invocation. J Rev. Or. Jones. Christian Church education for efficiency. Mrs. Gertrude Bell report of committees. Adjournment. Card of thanks. We beg to extend our Sillner gratitude to the friends and acquaintances. Especially the Barbers Union who so kindly assisted during the sickness and Sal bereavement of mr.,. Fred Lawrence our beloved wife and Friend. Fred Lawrence. Sir. And Amis. Harry s. Smith. All Are interested in recent Apple show r. E. Hartman business manager of a new Magazine called Montana islands farm and which is to be published monthly at great Falls with november was in Missoula yesterday interviewing the chamber of Commerce officials relative to the Apple show. Sufficient sub stance was gathered by or. Hartman for an exhaustive article for the first Issue. E. M. Shepherd editor of bet Ter fruit a Hood River publication advises the chamber of Commerce Secretary that on january 1 a special edition of his Magazine will be issued. Or. Shepherd requested statistics rela Tive to the recent fruit show and Pic Tures of the various sections of the tent Interior. In connection with these requests for data Secretary Breiten Stein stated that he had written five articles for other Magazine since the close of the show first baby is a boy in Seattle Home the following note of interest has been taken from a Seattle paper Joe Gilbert. The Star reporter of the Post intelligencer is now being called papa i wife having presented him with a Sdoia the first the Iboy s name is Miles Poindexter Gilbert and inasmuch As he was not named after the congressman it is a coincidence. The Middle name is that of . Gilbert s Mother and the Miles just happened to be what Motif father and Mother wished to Call their son. It is inor to that the lad is not Ian insurgent. Joe Gilbert was formerly connected with the editorial staff of the mis Soulian. A single spider has been known to yield More than two and a Quarter. Miles of web til aument. Nothing like them Anthe would. Of the Vaad i Buiu what they Wie o for poetry to. I wesak wll Cascaret and it is so the that thy Ever need to no. Cas saws me a my treatment All a to. Me d. is the Hanle of German me of the Mali ambit Fri by s kidney remedy. He the Lenetti Tramine is Reco Aii medical text a ppm a uric acid any Soj the Uris e. R Coy to

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