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4 e·,eirgInM eaet le 1it fom the s i3ia &O"i c a r Dmw v and ýco d IOU8.hUMATzaIB PN the CIDNfYUl, IN aý'ý LDDltR and W **** * *:- *amra* *M*r. lit S ALTION C * SQUIC IN RslluS.T OEOROE PRSISHEIMER. INEREST I DEBATE IS AROUSED HIGH SCHOOL CLASS PROGRESS ING UNDER DAVID LEVER AND READY FOR TRYOUT. David Lever, Instructor In charge of publio speaking in the high school, is highly pleased with the interest shown by students this year in the Inter scholastic debate. This will be the first time in three years that is-. soula county high school has a dart in the state debating series. Sixteen candi.ates have presented themselves for the preliminary try-but which is to be held October 16. At that time the six best speakers will be selected for the final try-out when the team is obosen to represent the high school it the state series. The state question this year Is, "Resolved. That the Movement for Closed Shop Receive the Bupport of Public Opinion." As a stimulus to interest in public speaking several prises have been ,promised by public-spirited cltizens. These will be announced soon and they are sure to meet with hearty re sponse by the students. PUw, SWEET CIDER IFRESHES STAFF Sweet cider-cider that was pure and good enough to cure all the ills of the human race if taken soon enough and of which no one could ever drink enough-was the liquid which filled the two-gallon jug which was brought to The Missoulian office last evening by W. R. Glasecock and I. H. Converse. The apples from which this lcder was made were raised In the orchard near the city owned by these two gentlemen. The fruit must have been a choice lot, and their "brewing" must have been donee under experl care at the Moss cider mill over on the north side, for the finished prod uct was as delicious as could ever Ihe produced. The contents of the Jug did not last a great while after It became noised around the office it was on tap. Gurgle, gurgle, said the little stream as it sputtered and rippled from the neck of the stone. The stream was almost continuous as long as the cider lasted. It was a refreshing draught, and was much appreciated by the whole force. PNEUMONIA FATAL. Marshal Pisher, the five-year-old stepson of San, Vincent, died yester day mbrning of pnedmonia at an In dian camp west of the city. The fam ily had been v.Jliting friends up the valley and were on their way home. The remains were shipped to Arles yesterday afternoon for funeral serv ice and interment. Ai&d to a Cla l Bathroom The bathroom should be given a daily cleaning and weekly scrubbing. Noth ing is better than a solution made by dissolving Gold Dust washing powder in water. Thoroughly scrub and scald basin and closet with the hot suds and pour down the pipes boiling water to which has been added Gold Dust in pro portion of two tablespoons of Gold Dust to every gallon of water. Clean the nickel and brass fixtures in bathroom by rubbing with equal parts of whiting and Gold Dust washing powder. Webster's New Standard ILLUSTRATED Dictionary Coupon The Missoullan, October 6 Cut out the above.coupon and five others of different dates and preeent it at the Missoula or Hamilton office of The Miseoulian, with the expense bonus of 98o, which covers the items of the cost of pack Ing, express from the factory, checking, clerk hire and other necessary expense items and receive a $4 Dictionary. The 14 Webstere' how Standard Dictionary, illustrated, is bound in full limp leather, flexible, stamped in gold on back and sides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and corners rounded; beautiful, strong, durable. Besides the general contents as described elsewhere, there are mapoI and over 800 subjects beautifully illustrated by three-color plates, numeedus subjects by monotone, 16 pages of valuable charts In two colors and the late United States census. Present at oitller Uls.ullian office elz dictionary coupons and the expense 98C bonus e . .. ., .. . ...... ....................... _ . ........ ...................... DY MAIL, LSS EX'rRA FOR POSTAGE MAdres Mail Orders to f ?ublshing Co., Miseosu , Montana. ,TED ARMY MEN ] HERE TODAY SPECIAL SERVICES BY SALVA TION ARMY TO SE HELD IN THEIR HONOR. Threes eminent officers of the atl vation Army will be in Missoula to day and the public IN Invited to attend the special service held in their honor this evening at 6 o'clock In the Halva tion Army hall. ('olonel Lee has charge of the Inter Imountain provinc'e of thei army with headquarters In Denver; Major Jor dan has Nerved in many rountries and b.t recently came from Houtll Africa * COLONEL H. LEE. to take charge of the Montana and and Idaho division, while Major Waite II a famous inusician who comes from Denver, but is known to many people in Missoula. These three men are dli tingulshed not only by the value of their services but also by the time. Major Jordan was one of the first 26 officers In the Salvation Army and he has been In active service for 36 years. Colonel Lee counts 30 years of service and Major Walte 26 years. The message of experience and uplift brought by these distinguished work ers will be well worth hearing this evening. The nervice In the hall at 8 o'clock will be preceded ,by a street nmeeting at 7:30 o'clock. ADERTISED LETTERS Letters reHmiahillng t:nelalned at the Miateoula plonttrlf'e for the w~eek alld Ing October 6, 1911. (One cent due for advertising. Mrs. J. !!. Altermatt. Lawrence Bearland. Ray Barney. Missl ladle J. Barclay. Mrs. Brown, Andern Hol, Miss Ella Black, Miss Mabel Blair (3), W. N. Bergen. Oscar A. Berard, (4). Miss Rellie Bonard, Mike Barry, Otto Banson. Mrs. Kate Cyr, Miss Annie Corrl gan, James E. Clergy. A. 1C. H. Clarke, Tames M. Cassidy, Mrs. Thomas Cashell, ('lark Carlson, Eugene Cain pell. Augusta D)llmann, Rev. J. B. i. Dibble, Tom Darby. J. M. )Fite, ('laud Fields. Mrs. John Oullbeault. Mrs. M. A. Gilmer. H. Hawk, W. M. Hunt. Jens Jenson, Ion Jones, Adolph Johnsson, Mrs. Alta Jonel. Miss Ulela A. King. Mrs. Frank L.ombard, E. 11, Law ford. Mrs. Lila Lowe. Howard Myers, Robert B. Miller, J. C. May, (1. W. Mc('loud (2). Rev. I. Edward Olson, Miss Onto nette. Miss Adena Peterson, I. T. Peirce, BuRay Pierce, 0. Pehlrion. Mis Carrie C. Patton, Arthur Parks. Harry Rosenqulst, Mrs. C. Ropuck, Miss Ethel Robert. James Syktes, Walter S. Sattley, George l4ttur. r . S.teenlergen, Mrs. Ida S4torer, Hiurry I,. Stdhno, Strand, Bert & C'o.; It. ). Iown, Misc Mlrga. ret Smith. Mrs. Thmac, Mrs. 1. J. Terry. Miss Mal'. Wall, Wilitlam ,Worth, I C. A. Wiiiide, Antimony Winch, Albert I WIIitlh.ck. 1). 11. It(IBS, Postmaster. NEW COUNTY RBAD IS ACCEPTED PINE STRETCH OF ROAD COM PLETE AND NEW BRIDGE WILL SOON BE READY. The county comnmlsioners returned home yesterday from a trip down the Coeur d'Alene brar.wh. where they went to inspect the new county road that has been constructed between St. Regis and Iron Mot ntalh, the total distance built behig about five miles. They found the contractor, George Keith, Just completing his task, and after a careful txamination decided to accept the road as finished. lpeakingl of the matter last evening, Chairman Curran of the board said: "We found the new road all completed upon our arrival and decided to ac cept It at once because It is one of the best stretches of county highway we have. There are some other 'smell re pairs to be made in the vicinity, but Mr. Keith's contract was completedl and It is well done, he i vlng built about five miles of new 'road, "We lt6 flotnd thb new btidge at Mt. Regis, which l~ elnb copstructed by 0. 3. Peppard, will alonrgrj It will be finished inside of..10 'dals.. The bridge spans the lt. R~ei river be. tween the old town of' th as and tH. Regis Junction. It i a eijructed of concrete and steel, and for'ts sinse will be the strongest, best Iuilt and most serviceable bridge In. the whole county. The total cost of thle new road and the bridge will be aboal $7,500." SPOONER-AYOTTE. A. J. Spooner and l.r.sle Ayotte both well known in Mlissoula, were quietly married yesterday afternoon The cerem)ony was performed by Jus tlct II. M. Small at the home of Mr Spooner's mother, 327 Woody street, a few friends and relatives being pres ent. Mr. Spooner is one of the pro prietors of the Windsor hotel. PAY FOR NECKLACE. Den Ducharme and Tony Barnaby, who were arrested on the charge of stealing a $75 necklace from Hattie Williams, k woman of the restricted district, paid for the ornament and the case against them was dismissed. LOCAL BREVITIES Allaway's cafe, opposite postoffice. Frank ('annon came In from his ranch at (Toldu ('reek yesterday on busi ness. Dr. Willard, osteopath. 1st. Natl. bank. P. N. Truesdale yesterday purchased lots 4 and 5 in bluck 80 of School ad dition. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Bell 684-531. Mrs. Dick Rathe is expected to come today from her home at Iron Mountain t, visit Mrs. Kate Jenkins for a few day's. Hackman transfer office. Tel. 392 Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dallman went up the valley In their automobile yes terdaye to attend the Ravalll county fair. Stenographer. Dawson. Montana blk. Miss Irene Baggs of Stevensville registered at the Palace hotel yester day. Marsh, the undertaker, Phone 324. Charles Smith, a merchant from Po tomac, was a visitor in Missoula yes terday. Missoula Btorage Co., C. R. Avery. P. W. Wagner, a merchant of Flor ence, came into the city on business yesterday. Dry slabs, $2.75. Missoula Woodyard. Verdlnand Kennett has returned from a trip to the Plathead lake and Kalispell. Miss Zella Pinsonault and her mother of Frenchtown spent yesterday it the local shops. Dr. J. Louise Smith. osteopath. Masonic temple. Phone 618: res. 533 R. Charles Wemple of Salem. Ore., has bought an orchard tract of 40 acres in the valley near Carlton. Money to loan. George F. Brooks, the real estate man. Mrs. A. L. Boreman has returned to her home in Missoula after a visit tf two months in Rochester, Minn. Money to loan. M. R. C. Smith, room 206-8 Montana building. Mrs. Harry Sackett of the Illinois ranch in the Bitter Root valley came Into the city to shop yesterday. Newton H. Schwelker. optical spe clallst, rooms 205-205 Montana block. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Dixon were in from the valley yesterday and the day before visiting and shopping. Dr. Anna James, osteopath. Phone 834 black. Higgins block. Mrs. J. M. Ventling came yesterday from Camas to visit for a time with her father, James Sargent, in this city. Mayer's "Honorbilt" shoes for men for sole at Thuson's. 513 Higgins ave. A 10-pound boy was born Wednes 'ay night to Mr. and Mrs. Hdwar.l Hoverson at their home on South Sec ond street. Rhoades & Howard, leading fire insurance agents, 103 East Cedar. Miss Lillian Peterson, who Is see retary of the Wheeldon-Rossi com pany, has gone for a week's vacation in Coeur d'Alene City and Spokane. Dry cordwood, slabs and edgings. Riberdy Lumber Co., Telephone 743. The Court of Honor will entertain its friends in I. O. O. 1' hall this evening. Music, cards and supper have been provided to make the occasion pleas ant. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Totman came In from Hamilton to attend the Pol- I lays-Mason wedding Wednesday. They will remain in the city for a few days, Mr. and Mrl,. Charles Q. Gilman yes- ( Nat ui.a1l C Perfectly rre acke Wholesome º I Co ttolene Cottolene is packed in patent, air-tight tin pails (never in bulk) and no dirt, odors, or other contamination can reach it. Lard is seldom guaranteed you usually take your chances; the purity and freshness of Cottolene are always guaranteed, and any grocer who sells it will refund your money if you are not wholly satisfied with it. There are thousands of Cottolene users in the country who would never let lard or any other substitute enter their kitchen. Cottolene is purer, more healthful, more economical than lard or any other cooking fat. Prove it by a trial. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY Shortens Your Food-Lengthens Your Life terday comlleted the purchase of the cottage. 1004 Phillips street. OMr. Gil miten is foreman of the car shops for the Northern Pacific railway. Phone 88 or 438 Ind. for cabs and bag gage transfer. Green & Elllnghouse. Constable Sam Pulliam, who has been confined to his home by Illness for the past two we.ks, is now' much bet ter and hopes to be up and about his work by Saturday. Lumber. wood and coal at the In terstate Lumber 'o., Phone 106; Ind. 742. Miss Ethel Parks came In from the IIItter Root Inn to attend the theater Wednesday evening. While here she was the guest of Mrs. J. J. Potter at the Palace hotel. Lump coal delivered. $4.50 per ton. Inquire Hotel Shapard. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keith and Mr. and Mrs. George itrlggs /ft last night for Spokane. They will spend the remainder of the week visiting the In terstate fair in thnt city. Miss Rleve Htone Ferbrache, vocal teacher, at 544 E. Main street, Satur days. Bell phone, 654. Mrs. Alward and 'Mrs. Fownes, who have been guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Keith during the sum mer. left yesterday morning for their home In New Hrunswlck. B. J. Cassady, manager of the paint department of the Pittsburgh Plate Glass company, located in Minneapolis, is spending' a few days with the coll pany's local reprlesentative. Roundup coal $6.50 per ton. M. R. C. Sminth, rooms 206-208 Montana building. Touring cars for rent at both of the Green e Ellinghouse barns. Both phones. BSpclal rates on trips. W. J. fPtter arrived in the city Inst evening In complluny with about. 45 prospective buyers who have come from Chicago and adjacen. points to look over tile littecr Root valley. For first-class livery, transfer of a abod daddle horse, call Melaney's barn. Both phones 655. Ernest (arley, the northwestern agent for the Cunart d Steamship line, stopped in Missoulla yesterday to in terview a number of business men, while on his way to the Pacific coast. 1M1ss Lydia Cannon stopped over it? Missoula yesterday to visit Mrs. Wil hlam Dyson for the day. Miss Can non is returning to her home at Gold (reek from a visit to the reserva tion. Don't forget the dinner at the nes M. l. church, gi'ven by the Lend-a 1-and. flood things to eat, lot' only 35 cenlts. ('mone and help swell the organ fund this afternoon from 5 to 8. L. B. Converse and W . G, Olss. cock have planned to take two auto mobiles full of prospective Investors up the Blackfoot today." They will spend perhaps two weeks looking over the country. Mill wood, cut stove lemgth and ready to burn in range or heater without splitting, at the city' saw mill. Bell 414; Ind. 424. The Infant daughter, four days old, of Mr. and Mrs. John A. McIntosh ofBonner, died yesterday nlorninl at 5 o'clock at the fanlily home. A private funeral was held and interment was malldle In Missoula cemtery. Mr. and MrsT.F. '. Iarvill have moved from Hamilton to,) 1issoula, tmhere they will make their home while Mr. Darvlli travels in the Inter eats of the Callahan company of C'hi cago, pub4shers of law books. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 East Main street. Mrs. Ellen Richardson of Correctlon vllle, Iowa arrived yesterday to visit her brother, James Sargent, living on North Second street. It is the first meeting of the brother and sister for 17 years and accordingly enjoyed. Remember the Lend-a-Hand soclety will give one of their famous dinll ners, the first In the new chlurcvh, Sut urday from 5I to 8. Charles B. W'emple of Florence ap li'ed yesterday for pre .'mp) f1o :,' ,I on 40 acres--the southeast qluarter of the southeast quarter of section 33, townshllp 11 north, range 20 west. Ap plication for final proof was flhed. Apple boxes and fruit boxes at the Interstate Lumber Co. Phone 108; Ind. 742. Horace Worden, who Is off duty on sick leave, canme from unt Francisco this week. After splendlng two weeks at home in Missoula he expects to go to the naval hoslital at Las Animnas, Colo.. hoping there to recuperate his health. When you want the best and quick est service In the city call a taxicab. Both phones 615. Mrs. J. GC. Smith, who has been liv ing lit Macintosh Minor, is now the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Kennedy alt their beautiful home, Shinglecote. After two ,weeks, Mrs. Smith will go to her new home on a ranh it. tlhe Molese valley. Frank T. Kennedy of Plains applied yesterday for Ihomestuad entry oni 160 acres described as the west half of the southwest quarter, the southeast quar ter of the southwest quarter and the southwest quarter of tile southeapt quarter of section 14, township 21 north, range 23 west. Entry was re jected. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoullan of fice. Don't forget the dinner at the new M. E. church, given by the Lend-a Hand. Good things to eat, for only 35 cents. Come and help swell the organ fund this afternoon .from 5 to 8. Frank Haneman, who is a fireman on the Milwaukee road, received a serious injury to his left eye yesterday, as a result of the explosion of a water glass on his engine. The accident hap pened near the station Tarklo, west of Missoula. Mr. Haneman Iwas brought in to St. Patrick's hospital for treat ment and later In the day he went to his home in Deer Iodge. Picture Frames New line of mouldings just received. R. H. McKAY COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER .. Higginsl loek. $50 Saved $50 Why scrimp all winter saving the $100 bill it takes to buy a base-burner ardd the fuel it will burn this winter? Buy a Cole's Original Hot Blast The stove and coal to run it cost lea. than the fuel alone required for any other stove. Burns Any Fuel SEven Heat Day and Night Fire Never Out Don't Put Up With Your Old Stove Another Year . It is false economy., Cole's Hot Blast saves its cost in fuel every year, and, at that, gives most satisfactory heat; It is cleanly and is sold under a positive ,guar antee. If you enjoy the lux ury of dressing in warm rooms without the necessity of kin. dling new fires, Investl. gate Cole's Hot Blasi ,/ today. Choice of three different grades and five different sizes, from 12 to 24 inches in diameter; small enough for a small room and large enough for a church. Prices, $10.50 to 915.00. Cole's Original Air-Tight Heaters for Wood These stoves are a's cheap as it is possible for a good stove to be; and when one counts the heat they will give with a given amount of fuel they are positively the cheapest stoves to buy. Shown here in seven different styles, ranging in price from 92.00 to $15.00. Don't wait to order your stove because others may be doing so. Order today, before the rpsh and before our store-men are so rusted that you will have to wait long for your turn to have the steve apt up.