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The Daily Missoulian. [volume] (Missoula, Mont.) 1904-1961, February 12, 1910, Morning, Image 9

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SP aA i PCIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL SP ECIAL SPIAL UPMAL " "A ~". . ' . ,
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"Sunkist" Orande Special
An Entire Trainload of Oranges Coming on Special Express
Schedule for
Special "Sunkist" Or anIe Sale
Week Beginning February 14 -
Your dealer-every dealer-will be supplied with fresh picked "Sunkist" oranges.
Here is fruit that is fresh as that eaten by your California friends, for it comes to you as fast as this special express freight train
can bring it. It has the right of way wherever possible. The California Fruit Growers' Exchange can allow "Sunkist" oranges to b
fully mature on the tree because they get them to you so quickly after picking, \ B
S Picked By Gloved Hands Be Sure You Get "Sunkist" Oranges FREE-ORANGE SPOONS
Picked by experts wearing gloves to keep the In order that you get the choicest of the 5,000 groves in Save Wrappers of
deep tinted skin intact -thus insuring perfect which "Sunkist" oranges are grown besure the oranges you buT Sunkist" Oranjes and Lemons
p "Sun kist" oranges a re pen - are wrapped in tissue paper upon which is printed the "Sunkist' Send 12 wrappers and 6two-cent stamps
oranges. oranges are tree-ripened label. Oranges without this wrapper are not "Sunkist" oranges. for a handsome Rogers' full standard plate
observe the deep tinted skin - that's Nature's Insist upon getting "Sunkist" oranges only-then you are insured orange spoon. In a short time you can
guarantee for the matured lusciousness within. There are no of the finest fruit it is possible to grow. easily have a full table set. They are woth
other oranges like tlhese. Place them on your table at every "Sunkist" Lemons prepared for this e rer t Orange Sale. is
meal. Your family will appreciate "Sunkist" oranges as they are rich in stronw leion juices. They are thin-skinned, firm, wl fhaefull supply of "Sunkist" oranges
do no othe food.ton eo uie.Te aeti-kind im for you-for every customer.
o tree-ripened and -hand-picked. They -answer every purpose Sand Sunkist" Wrapper, and Stamps to
Physicians recommend oranges for their food value to brain better than any other lemon in the world. That's because they California Fruit Growers' Exchanje
and nerve cells. are carefully cultivated by most expert hands. 3 Clrk Street chicago, I1
"SUNKIST" NAVEL ORANGES ARE SEEDLESS DON'T LET THIS SALE SLIP YOUR MIND
BOARDER USES GUN'
ON LANDLADY
MRS. LIZZIE JONES, COLORED,
LIES IN HOSPITAL IN SERI"
01'S CONDITION.
1ire. Li.lz'se Jones, wife of 1:. )Z.
.1 Otis, a colored porter in iL lha'l ho
tt'. is lying at ht. Putr:eikt hospitat
in a cnitiction iito sritous as to preclude
ier recovery, the result of being
wiounded yesterday miorting by William
IP. Griffith. i bourder at the Jones
house, 1,oOG P'hilliiq street. Olriffith,
us8ing it .i8-cttltert Iver-Johnson six.
shouter, fired two shots at the woman,
who. the polike may. wins sitting In a
rocking chair with her back to him at
the time. One took effect lii the left
shoulder and, raue uii towards the can
ter of the buck, shuttered the spinal
tolutin. The otthe piece of lead cut
one' of the rckers of the chair,
ploughed deep into the floor, struck
the tootbuard on the room's other side
and lcnme back the breadth of the
apartment. It was pleked up by an
officer while the case was being inves
tigated.
1riffith ran front the house with till
Pistol in his hands and surrendered to
officer T'abert at the Northern Pacific
depot. He claims that the wtman had
tordered hmt from the house, while
threatening him with i gun, but the
police (lain that a most mintute search
failed to reveal the weapon. The
woman, in a statement made to County
Attorney iNfuironey, asserted that fOrif
1fth shot her without any provocation.
t.olored people of gosd standing say
that Griffith's record Is of the best,
that he has served almost 30 years in
the 'United States regu'ar army and
that he has not been in trouble before.
The man came to MWssoula many years
ago with the Twenty-fourth, and has
seen service in the Philippines. He re
turned to Missoula after receiving his
Stop Smoking Scab Tobacco!
Ask your dealer. for
COut or T & Plug
Union Made and Guaranteed to Please
Nlasufd. by John E. Tuc Stt Son, Freeport, Ill.
discharge and draws a pensIon of $67
a month.
The woman in the case is 26 years
of age, and is said to have resided at
(blendive before coming, to Missoula.
She raiiied a little last night after at.
operation.
SUSPECTS ARRESTED.
St. Iouis.. Mo., Feb. 11.-Two men
were arrested here today and one at
Hot Springs, Ark., yesterday as eas
pects in the recent robbery of the Mis
snourl Pacific train near Eureka, Mo.
AIR TOO RARIFIED.
LtPas, Bolivia, Feb. 11.-Williamn J.
Uryan and his family being unabl to
endure the rarified atmosphere In this
high altituder left today for Santiago,
Chile.
INCREASE OF SALARY
OVERCOMES OBSTACLE
Additional Pay for Forest Rangers Will
Enable Many to Avail Them.
selves of Schooling.
Wtahington, ]Feb. 11.-Notwithstand
ing the discont nuance of payment by
the government of expenses involved
in the collegiate education of the for
ect rangers, 60 students have con
1 tlnued their courses at their own ex
peonse, It was said at the forestry bu
rena today. About 200 were attend
Ing the schools when the order to. dism
continue the government payments,
which involvea the loss of salary, was
made. All rangers who were at the
Achools when the order went into ef
fect have been given salary Increases
of $100 by the secretary of agriculture
provided they had not received an in
crease on January 1, when an addition
a in salary was given to many. The In
crease it Is said, will enable many to
bear their collegiate expenses without
e material loss.
mImrumnsannonannnwnmme me
TWO BIG BATTLES a
REVOLUTIONARY FORCES ARE r
SCHEMING TO ATTACK TWO
GOVERNMENT ARMIES.
I.iluefields, Feb. 11.-Information re
ceived here today, and which there
is every reason to believe, is reliable, I
is to the effect that General Mena of t
the revolutionary forces has taken the 4
main body of his men, including those s
of General Zeledon, around Santa
Clara hill and reached Lamanga which
is two days' march from Acoyupa and
three days' march from Genera,
Chamorro. who is at Ctaualapa.
General Mena it week ago sent Gen
eral Zelidon with 200 men to Perve
nier, which is within eyesight of Santa
Clara. This force, it is reported, suc
ceeded in deceiving General Vasquez,
in command of the government troops,
Into the belief that General Mena was
about to attack again. Meanwhile
Mena was circuiting the unprotected
hills and being rejoined by a small
squadron of Zeledon's men, who se
cretly withdrew from Pervenier with
out the knowiedge of the Madriz
forces.
Offielas report that Chamorro's
force now consists of 2.000 men, owing
to his having received troops from
Chonisles and that others have tramp
ed into the hills to join Mena. Cham
orro still occupies the strong hill po
sitions in the village of Camalapa,
while the main body of the govern
ment troops under General Fernando
Rivas 1s at Mata, six miles from Cam
alapa. General Mena said he con
templated a march nearer Acoyapa
where he would be in the rear of Van
quez and where he contemplated an
immediate attack thereby occupying
the attention of this force to prevent
its joining Itivas while Chamorro co
incidentally would attack Rtivas. News
of these battles is expected daily. If
the strategy is successful, General
'Mona, with an inferior force, will have
deprived Itivas' assistance of 25 per
cent of his forces, which would great
ly leghten Chamorro's task.
General Mana's march to Lamanga
was undertaken upon the receipt of
advices from Acoyapa friends that the
way for a detour was clear. Estrada,
revolutionary leader, is preparing to
go to the front with a picked guard.
TAMMANY WILLING
TO BOOST GAYNOR
New Yurk, Feb. 11.-At a special
meeting of the state democratic com
mittee soon to be held here, it is un
ilristond iht ,iTamme- . tiaggnn, Tam
many leader ~! (h' Fifteenth assemnh'
district, will precelt the foll 'wing re'
obtitton:
AIlts lved. 'T'hitt we ,1411,t1: tic
militant dem ieracy of the grlut " 1-0
of Missouri upon Iheir 1 uirly reug
nition of the stateme 4nlike luuuts of
the Hon. W\illiam J. Guyour, turd th at
we assure the Missuari democerni
that, at the proper times, the de nto
racy of the Empir, Aar.'a will join
them in tan effort to mak** Nov York's
mayor the next presidei: cif the United
States."
BURNED TO DEATH.
Burton Ohio. Feb. 11i-Mrs. Nuncy
Hayes and Frank Covert, each more
than 60 years old, were burned to
death early today in a fire which de
stroyed the Hayes home.
DIRECTS OPERATIONS
FROM PRISON CELL
New York, Iieb, 11.-From his cell lin
the Tombs, Charles W. Morse, now
serving a term at Atlantu, directed
stock market operations, whict Ire
maintains, should have netted him a
profit of $2L,000 in one particulur deal
alone. Morse Is suing 'his brokers,
John Wallace & Co., for an account
ing. He alleges that the firm never
gave him ht statement and converted
to its own uses stock valued at more
than $100,G00 put up by him as cul
lateral.
QUAKE IS FELT.
Mexico City, Feb. 11.-A slight
earthquake shock, lasting several see
onds, was felt at 10:05 o'clock this
r morning. No damage was done.
Two Fine
Bargains
11125--On termsº of $5 rash
tt11l $5 Per lmlintli, will
buy your choice of five
fine, .level building
lots on west side, con
veiiient to School anti
city water.
$125-45 Cush 1iiid $5 per
month will btly a nice,
level IoJ in block 81,
South ..aisssoula.
W. J. RHOADES
S REAL ESTATE, MINES AND
INSURANCE
116 West Cedar St. Phone 8
ROBNETT TO LOSE
ONLY TWO NUMBERS'
MISS DOROTHY HESLER AND MISS VIRGINIA SWIFT.
Pretty MWl: turuthy Ilesler, who
was the Innor'nt ekause of so much
ptftllcity and trouble in the navy at
Charleston yard, and Miss Virginja
Swift forme I the two principal wit
noses it the Paymaster George P.
Auld courtmartial proceedings.
Wabhingtuon Fb. 1l.--Assistant Sc
retary Winthrop of the navy depart
ment loas piusted upon the cuurtmar
CONFIDENTIAL MAN
STRANGELY MISSING
New YorkI. e. 11.- i c ihae (.illoly
tin fidential man for Thmoimis Vortu e'
Iltyon, traction imal l mnie., has disap
pearetndmi Mr. Ityan authorized a
stattmsntt tonight thatit "It scms there
is itmnnthing tomore than it ptoLbi ilty
that the man has ml it mitm foul play.'
(liily divuppeured Chr(ims night,
taking practietltly 9o money with hiin
and lraving it check for $1,00i given
bin by Mr. Ityan ,for Christmas. lIe
had obtained a divorce u month be
fore in which a priest was named as
co-res:tonden t.
IS NOT KNOWN.
San irancisco, Feb. 11.-Nothing is
known here regard`ng hi. A. Collin,
alias It. A. Daniels, under arrest at
ltit Springs, Ark. Captain John 1.
Seymour, chief of detectives for the
Wells-Fargo Express company, stated
that Conlin is not wanted here by the
express company. At police headquar
terns it was said that no telegraphlo
tantructions had been sent by the de
asr~tinent fiir ti lin's atwelt.
tint of Paymaster (ieorge P. Auld, U.
N. N.. and Passed Assistant Surgeon
Aniey P. Riobnett, each charged with
conduct untbeioming an officer and a
gentleman. Auld Is ordereO releasffd
fromn arrest and fully restorti to duty.
ltobliiitt'i eintentie Is miitgated
if ii lom of two numbirs.
The sentenie In each case was that
each offieir lotte five numbers in his
DECLINES TO ACCEPT
PROPOSED AMENOMENT
Was hi gt tI Itb. II-The ienate to
day tit'sitied to aecept the conference
umantmelnt to the urgent thflitency
aupproprlation htill. chin; t, thc na-'
uittil iirtigratilon commi'tniion only
$i6,U00 artl winding up the affairs of
the ctit n ii iitby .'May 1. The senate
I conferte.; wrts instructed to Insist
upon the full amount of $t25,000, pro
tided by the senate amidament and
to insist on a continuance atf the corn
mission until next Decemtber. Sal.
aries of the judges of the new 'us
titms court wire fixed at $7,000, but it
wat ainnounced that an effort would
be made to inerease the salaries to
'",000 or $9,000.
EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW.
littuiurg, Feb. 11. -Jletween cliii
today and lt t'clock tonifiht eight
inches of snow fell in westen Pennsyl
vania and more than a foot may be
expected by tomorrow. It ii feared
that the usual spring thaw. will de
t'ino fl~oods of 11111 u1:l 1,t iportionts.
FORMER GOVERNOR
SERIOUSLY HURT
Los Angeles, Feb. ll.-Louis Wolfley.
a former governor of Arizona. and
prominent in the mining affairs of
that territory, was struck and perhaps
fatally injured by an electric car here
today. Mr. Wuifley was removed to
the reeiving hospital where surgeor4s
held out little hope for his recovery,
because of his advanced age-79 years
--and his great weight. He suffered
constusions of the brain, severe scalp
wounds. a fracture of a rib and many
brulees.
Mr. Wolfley aas appointed governor
of Arizona by President Harrison in
18it, and served for two years.
MAY ABOLISH OFFICE.
New York. Feb. 11.-Mayor Gaynor
may abolish the offiie of police com
missioner in New York and assume
its duties himself, it was rumored to
t-day.
MISSOULA CAB A TRANSFER CO.
J. E. Gannon, Proprietor.
Only complete cab and transfer line
in the city. Agents on all trains will
rest rve cabs and check baggage.
First-Class Livery in Connection.
East Main St. Telephone 33,
Flathead Stage
and
Express Line
CHARI ES ALLARD, PROP.
Daily service between Ravalii and
Poison.
Leave Ravaill 6 a. m.. connoeting
with steamer for Kalispell.
Yon ee't so7thisilesesd
jpatjigs, lfyots Plant
eSeeds row
grow exactly v:has
you exPeci adhk
opn prolusico
hion ever
Grand Pacific
CAEIN [email protected]'[email protected]
CHAS. A. SCHAAGS, Pup.
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