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GRANITE, RAVALU, SANDERS, MISSOULA
JOIN HANDS FOR ROUSING INSTITUTE
Superintendents of Four Counties Have Arranged a Joint
Program Which Promises to Be One of Special Merit-.
Well-Known Educators Coming to Lecture on Important
Subjects---Pleasant Entertaihment and Hearty Welcome
to Teachers.
The joint teachers' institute for
Granite, Ravalli, Sanders and Missoula
counties, which will-be held in Mis
soula next week, October 10, 11 and 12,
offers a program of rare excellence,
Eminent educators, each a specialist in
his siibjert, will speak on practical
and vital questions and because of the
wide rance of interests covered In
these addresses they will be enjoyed
by the public at large.
The four county superintendents,
who co-labored In arranging the pro
gram, Mrs. Lnttle T. Irvine of Gran
ite. Mrs. Minnie inlley Law of Ra.
valli, Miss Helen Feeney of Sanders
and Mrs. Pearl T. Marshall of Mis
soila. have spared no effort to make
the institute a success In every sense
of the word. They in turn ask the
people of Missoula to join with them
In making the visiting teachers wel
come to the city. The reception that
is to be given Tuesday evening In the
Missoula club rooms by the Womants
club, the chamber of commerce and
the cltizens of Missoula. for visiting
teachers, calls especially upon the
hospitality nt the city. Other oppor.
tunitie will present themselves to
individuals.
Parenits and friends who are Inter
estpd in the everyday work of the
public schools are cordially Invited to
attend anv or all of the practical talks
on methods no well as the formal ad
dresses upon more general subjects.
The program 'follows:
Tuesday, October 10.
Mlssoula county high school, general
assembly hall.
1:80- M uslc, selected ............................
................................ M iss M ildred Clark
28:45-Tnvocation....Rev. J. PV. Bennett
Pastor Methodist church.
U: 65-Address of Welcope..J. M. Evans
9:05-"International Arbitration and
the World Peace."..Dr. (C. A. Duniway
President University of Montana.
9:40-"Rural Schools and County
Life" ....................Dr. J. M. Hamilton
President Montana Agricultural
College.
10: 15-Tntermission.
Fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
grades meet in sub-assembly room.
10:35-Reading ................. Dr. Reynolds
11:10-Arithmetic ......Prof. R. G. Young
11:45-Spt lling .................. Dr. Reynolds
First, second, third and fourth
grades meet in general assembly room.
10:35-Readin ......... ....Miss Sawyer
11:10-Compostilon ........ Dr. Reynolds
11:45-Arithmetic......Prof. R. G. Young
12: 10-Annuoncements.
Evening, 8:80-Reception by Wo
BUTTE IS DEFENDANT
IN MANY SUITS
PERSONAL INJURY, POLICEMEN'S a
BACK PAY, AND OTHERS
PREDOMINATE.
Butte, Oct. S.-(Speclal.),-Wile the
city of Butte staggers under its load
of excess indebtedness, another evil
besets it. A survey today of the cal
endar In two departments of the din-'
trict court for the coming term shows
the' remarkable fact that there is more
litigation against the city of Butte
than against the Northern Paolfic rall
road In this state with Its 10,000 miles
of main and branch lines. The city
is defendant in suits involving five
times more than those pending against
the Great Northern railroad, three
times more than those pending against -
the Puget Bound and 25 times more
than those pending against the Ore- I
gon Short Line, with its 300 miles of I
lines. Butte in involved in three timeq
as much litigation as all of the other '
cities of the state combined..
There are now pending in the dis
trict court suits aggregating the
THE
New Knox Hats
ARI BSHOWN AT THUE
Milliiery Salon
Or
Miscslr Meante Co.
man's club and chambOr of cnm
merce and citizens of Missoula In the
Missoula club rooms.
Wednesday, Oteober 11.
General assembly-Music by fifth
and sixth grades, Missoula public
schools,.
8:30- M usic, selected ............................
.. Miss ?arguerite Bennett
8:45-Tnvocation..Rev. Father Paladino
Ft. Xavier's Catholic church.
9:00-"School Saniation" ....................
.......................... Dr. Thomas D. Tutt'e
9:85--"Nature Study in the Grades"
......................... ..... Dr. J. M. Hamilton
President Montana Agricultural
college.
10:10-Intermission.
Grammar grades In sub-assemhly
room.
10: 0-COnmnosition .......... Dr. Reynolds
11:05-Arithmetic ......Prof. R. 0. Young
11:40---rammar ............. Dr. Reynolds
Primary grades in general assembly
room.
10:80-Reading .................. Miss Sawyer
11:05-Composition ........ Dr. Reynolds
11:40-Readlnf .............. Miss Sewyer
12: 15-Announcements.
Afternoon and Evening.
At 2 o'clock a car ride will he taken
to the Bonner sawmill and the uni
versity, where refreshments will be
served by Mrs. Dunlway and the ladies
of the university faculty.
At 8 p. m.-Harnois theater
Music.
Address.......... Senator Joseph M. Dixon
Music.
"The Public Playground" ..................
ยท....................................... A. L. Stone
Music.
"Object of the Public Playground"
4................................... Dr. C. A. Dunlway
Thursday, October 12
8: 20-Music. selected .....................
............ Fifth and Sixth Grade Pupils
8:45-Invocation ........Rev. H. F. Gatley
Pastor Episcopal Church.
9: 00-"Compulsory Education"...........
......................... ..... Hon. J. M. Kennedy
State bureau of child protection.
-9:35-"Nature Study in the Grades"
............................ Dr. J. M. Hamilton
President Montana Agricultural
college.
10:10-4'Course of Study" ..................
................................ Hon. W . E. Harmon
State superintendent of public
Instruction.
10:45-Tntermission.
11: 00-Address......Dr. Thomas D. Tuttle
Secretqry state board of health.
11:85-Re'uding ................ Miss Sawyer
Roll call.
America.
enormous sum of $360,000. Theme in
clude personal Injury suits, the police
suits for back pay, grading suits and
injunction cases. In which collection of
taxes is restrained. The personal In
jury suits against the city, together
with the police tack pay suits, In
volve $207,418.93. When the fact that
the police suits involve approximately
$30,000 Is considered, it is easy to
see that the greater part of the liti
gation arises out of alleged personal
Injuries.
The grading suits, many of which
are a heritage from the Corby and
preceding administrations, invoice
$74.769.98. Injunction suits pending
contemplate restraining the collection
of. city taxes to the amount of, ap
proximately, $75,000.
TAFI PUTS IN
STRENUOUS TIME
(Continued from Page, One)
In the last congressional election, or
the defeat of it, was not due to an
increased number of democrats. It
was due to the defection of republl
cans who Insisted that we had not
performed our promises. Now if we
go ahead, as I hope we may, and
show to them that that is just what
we are doing, acting on the tariff
board's report, It seems to me that
we ate not over-manguine iq expecting
that those republicans who did not
leave us exactly, but who withheld
their votes, will now return to the
place where they belong."
A Plea.
In his speech before the public
lands convention the president made
a plea for a reasonable attitude on the
part of conservationists generally. He
urged them not to lose everything by
claiming too much. He also frankly
stated that he disagreed with many
of the views expressed by the con
vention in recently-adopted resolutions.
Mr. Taft maid he' thought that the
"fetish" stage of the conservatiqn
movement had passed, and that the
country now was prenared to "settle
down to a calm consideration of what
ought to be done in the preservation
of our natural and our national re
sourcem, and what steps ought to be
taken whihb the mistakes of the past
show to be wise."
"It does not do to abuse everybody,"
said the president; "that does not
help a bit. There are certain of us
that can stand It. I have got to the
point where It is a sort of normal
condition, but when you go to con
greps you will find gentlemen there
who have very definite ideas least
somebody shall get an advantage, not
of you, but of the generations toAome
after you."
A Busy Day.
Arriving in Denver this morning, the
president wan enteotained at break
fast at the Country club under t'
auspices of the Tale ssoolation. H-e
000U ai erantw e
SOMEONE BLUNDERED
-and the historical picture-the last of a most interesting series that has been widely noticed-does not appear in any of our advertisemWl
day. The electrotype plate from which this picture was to have been printed, left Chicago last Saturday and should have been in our hanids yes
terday, but because someone blundered it only got as far as Butte. All going well, we shall present the picture tomorrow. This slip-up need".
not, however, deter any man from buying his new fall suit and overcoat today. Just slip in and see what we can do for you-any price, from $15 up.
Winter Underwear for Women The Weather Man Can't Get Ahead
Wanted Qualities-Best Values of This Bed Clothing Store
Better Underwear for lower prices Is always the aim of this Store. As a customer In the Bedding section of the Furnit;re
Only buying in great quantities and placing orders when factories Annex remarked, "Why, you have Jack Front beaten to a
are in need of orders could bring about such values as underwear frazzlel" Here is easily the largest and most complete line
buyers find here. Our assortments this season are comprehensive of bedding ever assembled in a Montana store, every piece
In the etreme; all the famous makes that have "made good" with of it bought direct from the makers and with every middle-a
customers season after seasne for years are here, and every gar. mans' profit saved with consequent advantage to our cus
ment offered is remarkable f ,r its perfection of fit and finish. tomers, a comparison proving our values a fourth to a
third better than anywhere else in town.
Popular Perfet Cotton blankets, $1.00 to 458.00 a pair.
Pric e Fitting . Mixed wool blankets, $4100 to $7.00 a pair.
All-wool blnkets. 1F6.4110 to $15.00 a pair.
The sensible, comfortable, serviceable underwear. Fine in quality,
fit and cover the form perfectly and improve in appearance
after each trip to the laundry: garments that wear like iron
end do not Irritate the skin; that are right from start Extra Special
200 pairs wool spun blankets, tan or gray mixed,
Women's Munsing Uhion Suits with blue, pink or black bordere; or in fancy plaids in
Medium-weight fleeced cotton; high neck, long megula r prombine 7 spcial ............. h**..
sleeves, ankle length; all regular sizes............ i1.25
Medium-weight cotton; low neck, short sleeves or "Sublime" 80 per cent wool blankets; 66x0 inches, 41/
sleeveless, ankle or knee length; .st regular sizes, pounds; grey with blue or pink border; reg- $4
for ................... ............................... ........... 1. ular prie 6.50; special ................................ 4 8
White lisle thread; high neck, long sleeves, ankle
length; all regular sizes .................................... 1 .50
Medium-weight wool and cotton mixed, In cream Wool 8pun lanket, n tan or ray mixture pouns ...... ............................ .
or natural gray; high neck, long sleeves, ankle with blue, pink or black border, also in blue- Warwick Wool Blanket. In assrted plaids,
length; all regular slxes .................................... 1.75 and-white, red-and-black, tan-and-white, size 68x80 Inches; weight, 4% pounds, 96.75
Wool-and-cotton mixed, in white or natural All-wool. white or natural gray; high neck; black-white-and-pink and blue-and-white Fine silk-rovered. don-filled comforts,
gray; high nedk; long sleeves; ankle length; long sleeves; ankle length; all regular plaids; size 66x78 inches; weight 4 pounds, $8.50 to .SO; a large variety of colors
all regular sizes ......................... . ..... . ies ......... ................. .................. 5 0 for ............................................... .............. 4. 5 and patterns.
omen' ng DrawerN Wo. 7063 Blanket, wool and cotton mixture, "Sarnia." good grade all-wool blanket, home
Women's Munsing Drawers Women's Munsing Vests in a large assortment of plaids, 66x78 Inches; woven style; in gray or white, with blue.,
Wool-and-cotton mixed drawers, in cream or White cotton fleeced vesthl high neck, long weight 4 pounds .......................................$4.00 pink or brown borders; size 4x78 Inohee;
gray; French band buttoned in back; ankle sleeves; all regular sizes ..................... . 75 No. 7067 Blanket, heavy wool and cotton weight 4 1-2 poLnds................................... T.
leheth; open seat; all regular sises.... $1.b5 mixture, in assorted plaids, 72x88 inches; "Rose," fine white wool blankets, with blue
E ctra sizes ....................................................$ .0 Extra sizes .......................... ..................85 weight 4% pounds ..... .............. 4.50 or pink borders; sie 12-4; full 8 lbs..$8.50
White cotton fleeced drawers; French band: Part-wool vests, In cream or gray; high Prost Foe" Blanket, heavy fine wool and "Dolly Varden," very fine white wool blan
regular sizes ............................................... 5 neck; long sleeves; all regular sizes....$1.25 cotton mixture, in gray, with blue or pink ket. with blue or pink borders; size 12-4;
Extra sizes ..........................................llwool drawem or nxtra sizes .............................. ........$1.50 borders; sie 11-4; weight 5 pounds, 4.50 full 4 1-2 pounds ...................................
French band buttoned in back; ankle length; All-wool vests, in cream or gray; high neck, "Beverly" Blanket, gray or white wool, with "Grey Logan," our largest selling gray,
open seat; all regular sizes ..........1.75 long sleeves; all regular sizes .............. 1.75 pink or blue border; size 11-4; weight 5 home-mde tle ak,.t: with blue, pink or
pounds......................... $5.5 brown borders; full i'-x80 inthes; weight,
Extra sizes .................................................. 2.00 Extra sizes .. ........... ......... ...... . ...................... .................. $ 1-2 ounds ... .. . .........1......... 10#00
"Sumatra" Wool Blanket, In gray and white, "Arcadia," extra fine wool blanket; brown
Children's Munsing Union Suits with blue, pink or brown borders; size 11-4; with blue or black- striped bordersn full 12-4
Heavy fleeced cream cotton;, high neck, long Boys' heavy weight gray wool union suits; weight 5 pounds.................................... 50 size; weight, 6 pounds ..... ..........$10.00
sleeves; half open; ankle length; 2 to 16 high neck; long sleeves; full open; ankle "Minerva" fine white wool Blanket. -with blue "Du Barry." fine wool, soft finish, white
year .............................................. and length ................... ......... ..1.50 or pink border; size 72x80 Inches; weight 5 blanket, th blue or pink border; full 11-4;
Light 'weight cream merino; high neck; pounds ........................................................... 0 weight, 6 pounds ................ 10.00
Heavy fleeced gray cotton; high neck; long long sleeves; drop seat; ankle length: 2 to "Newport" Blanket, white wool with blue or "Bryn Mawr," extra fine wool blanket;
sleeves; full open; ankle length; 2 to 16 16 years ..................... .......... ....p 1.50 pink border; size 11-4; weight 4% pounds, white with blue or pink border; size. 11-4;
years .............................................. 6O and B# H vy weight, all-wool suits, in cream or for .......................................$ 6.00 weight. 5 1-2 pounds .. ...................... 1L 00
n groy; -high neck; long sleeves; half open; "Weaver" Wool Blanket, In plaids, black- "Good as Gold." extra fine selected white
Boys' part-wool gray union suit; high neck, drop'- seat; ankle length; 2 to 16 and-white, brown-and-white, blue-and-white wool blanket, with blue or pink border' sise,
long sleeves; full open; ankle length, $1..5 years ...................................2.....................00 or pink-and-white; size 11-4; 'weight 4% 11-4; weight, 5 1-2 pounds .................. $1.50
Merode Union Suits Springfield Union Suits
Medium-weight cotton-fleeced suits....$1.35 Light-weight wool-and-lisle thread suits,
Al-wool union suits........, $.5, 8.50 at ................ ................ .00 ad $.50 Money's Worth of Beauty and Comfort in These Comfortables
Medium-weight silk-and-wool mixed suits, weihwool-and-lle thread u Price begin at a Dollar and range upwards by easy step to 15.. We mention
at ............................................. 14.]0 and f4.50
at ..........................................$2.50 and $3.50 Medium-weight silk-and-wool suits here only a few numbers that we especially recommend for home use.
Carter's Union SUits or ..........................................5.00 and $5.50 No. XX Calico-oovered comforts, "Home with good cotton; size 72x90 inches; weight
Extra fne silk rt le suits........ ts............ 0 Women's Tights Made', brand, filled with good cotton; size 5 pounds ......... .............................4.50
Fine wool suits ......................................... 50 Fine wool tht, with draw tape; very de- No. 4X Comfort, "Home Made" brand, filled
Very fine silk-and-wool sults ................ $5.00 sirable to wear with close fitting gowns; No. 2X Challie or Silkoline covered comforts, with fine white cotton, covered with silkas
ankle length and open ... ......... $1.75 'Home Made" brand, filled with good cotton, line; size 72x90 inches; weight 5 pounds,
Carter's Vests Black tights, made with equestrian top and size 72x78 Inches .................................. ...... 8.50 at ........................................... .... 4.50
Sdraw tape- 0 No. 5X "Home Made" comfort, filled with
Extra fine wool vests; low or high neck; Wool-and-cotton ............ 1..516 No. 951 Cotton comfort, large assortment of good cotton, covered with extra quality sillk
long sleeves or sleeveless; all regular All-wool.......................... 1.75 to 8.50 colors; size 72x84 Inches; weight 4% Ibs., line; lsie 72x90 inches; weight 6 pounds,
sizes ...................... ....................$.................. 1. All-lsilk ........................... 6.00 and $ . for ................................................................... .75 at ............................................... ........... .00
No. 3X Challis-covered comforts, "Home No. 6X "Home Made" comfort, filled with
SPECIAL OFFERING Made" brand, filled with good cotton; size fine white cotton; extra good quality silks
SPECIAL OFFERI G 72x90 Inches; good assortment of colors; line cover; size 72%90 Inches; weieht 6
Stratford Union Suits, medium-weight cotton, in wite and cream; l size.......1.OO weight 4 pounds ................................... pounds .................................................... $
White fleeced union suits; heavy weight; sizes 34, and 8 ................................. 1. No. Comfort, cotton filled, covered with
Stratford Union Suits, light-weight wool and cotton mixed sizes 84, 36 and ........ .25 No. GGOX Challie-covered comforts. "Home sllkaline with fancy border; size 72.Lr 7
Women's heavy fleeced cotton vests and pants, white only; elzes 4, 5 and 6 ................ so Made" brand, filled with good cotton; size inches ................................................... ......... $
68x78 Inches; large assortment of colors; "H- gea" Comfort, flled wil fine down, ilk
Children's and Infants' Underwear wcght 5 pounds ................$4.50 cover, one side sateen; weight 3% pounds,
No. 7X Comfort, "Home Made" brand, filled at ........................................................... 4.50
Children's white cotton fleece pants and Children's white' merlno pants and vests;
vests; medium weight; sizes 2 to 14 nicely finlshed; all silzes..........75# and 85#s Sanitized Comfort
years ........................................ . ...................... 6 W ool union suits; open or drop seat szes
Children's natural gray fleeced-lined vests Wool union t T Sanitized Comforts
and pants; heavy weight; In two quall- 3 to 8 ...................... ........$1.35 No. AH & H "Tauber Sanitized" Comfort, No. AAS "Tauber Sanitized" Comfort, fig
ties, at ................................35.... and 86s llk-and-wool mixed suits; open or drop flgured silkoline covering, warranted filled ured sillkoline cover with plain silk border,
Children's extra quality fleeced-lined cotton seat; sizes 4, 5, 6 and 7.....................1.50 with lambs' wool and fine cotton; size 72x84; warranted filled with fine lambs' 'wool; size
vests and pants; cream white; all 72x84 inches ...................$'.50
sizes ........................................40 and 6O Infants' bands, in many different styles; silk weight 8 pounds .....................................$4.50 No. AS "Tauber Sanitized" Comfort, plain
Children's natural wool, jersey ribbed pants and wool, or silk and cotton......85# to 7s5 silk cover on one side, figured silk with planla
and vests; steam shrunk; all sizes......65. Infants' shlrts and bands, In all silk, silk No. AA "Tauber Sanitized" Comfort, covered border on the other side, warranted filled
Children's Australian wool pants and vests; and Wool all wool and wool and with fine figured silkollne, warranted filled with fine lambs' wool; size 72x84 inches,
very nicely finished; sizes 2 to 16 years.T7' lisle ............... .............85 and '$3.00 with fine lambs' wool; slze 72x84 inches, $6 at .................. ..1 .
was then driven about the city, visit.
Ing Denver university, and a number
of schools. He lunched at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Hill, then
went to the baseball park, where he
presented local trophies to the mem
bers of the Denver baseball team,
champions of the Western league.
Next Mr. Taft visited the Denver
Press club and was made an honorary
member of the organization. He was I
informed that Colonel Roosevelt 'also
was an honorary members.
"I am glad to follow Colonel Roose.
velt, as I always have done and as I
hope to continue to do," said Mr. Taft,
amid applause.
During the automobile ride this aft
ernoon the president stopped at the
home of Mrs. Charles J. Hughes,
widow of the late Senator Hughes, and
left his card. When he last visited
Denver Mr. Taft stopped at the
Hughes home as the guest of the sen
ator.
Tonight Mr. Taft was entertained
at a chamber of commerce banquet,
where 700 covers were laid.
SIGMA NUS PLEDGE.
The Sigma Nu fraternity has an
nounced the pledging of the follow
ing men: Robert Morland, Kenneth
Wolfe, Donald B. Young, Joseph C.
Tope, Le Rue 8mith, Ed Uimpkins,
Rallelsh OilchriSt 1d4 Bert Peppard.
AGENTS TELL OF
MONEY SPENT
(Continued from Page One)
Ing him two or three timed as much
as he had thought it would. His only
comment was that he wanted them to
keep within the law. Not a dollar
was spent corruptly."
Rodney Seckett, who Is a clerk in
the' United States senate, testified that
he worked in the Milwaukee head
quarters and had the handling of
about $98,000. He spent money in
paying salaries and ha dthe handling
of about $98,000. He spent money in
paying salaries and traveling expenses
of workers who were sent over the
state to boom Senator Stephenson's
candidacy. He kept a card index
record of the expenditures, but after
the cmpalign, finding the oards had
been badly worn, he destroyed them,
after making a copy of the amounts
spent.
"How, when you destroyed those
cards, did you expert to defend your
self against a charge that the mon
ey might have been used for bribery?
You have nothing to show now that
the money was not spent for bribery,
have you?" asked Senator Heyburn.
"No one ever thought there was go
Ing to be a charge of bribery and
there is no ground for any now," re
plied the witness.
FOREST TELEPHONE EXPERT.
C. H. Stockweather, formerly an en
gineer for the General Electric coni
pany, ut who has been secured by the
forest service to do some expert work
in connection with the telephone sys
tems used by the service, arrived in
Missoula yesterday. He will be in con
ference with the officials here for sev
eral days, he having worked out some
features of a system that will be
demonstrated here with a view of a
general adoption, both in the perma
nent lines of communication and for
temporary us during fire seasons.
PARADISE STOCKHOLDERS MEET.
I The stockholders of the Paradise
Mining company held their annual
meeting last evening in the office of
I C. E. Avery and elect(ed E. A. Odeon,
Edward Hoverson, Allen Stephens, L.
C. Nichols, N. H. Keith, John Berg
lund and 'C. E. Avery as directors to
serve the coming yewr. Following the
stockholders' meeting there was a
meeting of the directors to elect offi
cers. Edward Hoverson was made
t president; N. H. Keith, vice president;
Charles 1. Avcry, secretar'-treasurer.
HAIR HINTS
Worthy the Attention of People Who
Wish to Preserve the Hair.
Have your own trush and comb at
home and at hair dressers.
Never use a brush or comb in public
places, they are usually covered with
dandruff germs.
Wash your hair brush once a Week
with soap and warni water to which
Is added a disinfectant.
s6hampoo the hair once a week with
pure soap and water.
Use Parisian Sage every day, rub
bing thoroughly into scalp.
Parisian Sage is guaranteed by
George Freishelmer to destroy dal
druff germs and abolish dandruff, or
money back.
To stop hair from falling and scalp
from itching, or miney back.
To put life an4 beauty into dull fad
ed hair, or money back. Price 50
cents.
NEW CITY DIRECTORY.
R. L, Polk & Co.'s 1911-13 directoty
it issoula and Hamiltorn, and MIs.
soula, Ravalli and Ptnders counties,
lust from the press, Is now on sale at
The Missoulan office. Salse cop.
40. KI
Send for Catalogue 76
"DiamondQuality"
Bulbs, Plants, Roses, Fruit
and Shade Trees.
(Dutch Bulbs now in)
Spokane Seed Companiy
Spokane, Wash.
MAPES & MAPES
Fall and Winter Shoe
Display.
Missoula Iron Works.,L
Brass and Iron otilnlM I' "
work done to order., Coars Ti
qvenuo and Bitter Iloot trvaoliq .
sell Phone 5411 let Ptal. le

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