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wil .' i. k 0 M The prororeader drcametl that lie died one flight atid went to that land so ra ..nlI of courar' 0e as onl' y a foolish dteam for proofreaders don't go there. lie dPailned that the priof sheets 'ere cleafh aMk neat with nevdr a mis. 6pe1ile Word, And never a wrong Ipunctuntion mark. .*h.'i really seemed quite ab .utd. lie a.t "I have got my reward at llt for this is the realm of In all ,t the proof sheets they made him read there wasn't a thing lie' thls: "ralv.r efHAaak' of f5 tHe baptiSt c1t1 rh & 'wl$$hEn to aNN'/3 unbe t.titHFrreO. ILL be A chick&n pie lNNr next Wednesday. aT the PaR , Pnage. Th6 PUbtisi Are 1hv?(ed('" Nof things went along for awhile all right with nothing to mar his peace. He read all the proofs that they handed him and all read as imooth as grease. Till od fitial day when a railroad lwreek occurred in a Russian -.own " And thtb, gave him a list of the vi6 tims the repoters on earth wrote dowo. HP ;lanced at the copy and "realied 'that heaven was not for lint. Bui'tttt he'd tot into the other place. 'ad he read till his eyes were dim.. "THelirewa$ a had rack oN the lJlJijlj chisilsklistil bRanch of the Trans $1tqrlan ralhrode thl$ MoRn&ng qad th.'t IjJLowlnS I the list of ? casr UA lW ;., lgnatzaklovritchosatk Roma sklaieslankinssilkils'Iedor Sqquinsklan offftsjsckloslliJ. Nicolat Katainskvln ochinoveeftnoffskl, Popoff Popoffskio vatroffskilovitchhanoffvitch and Leo poldowsklanoffski Btotyaklsklanoffan OffskiJansklanoffflpJojJ. THo re',k Oc ktIrred one mile Ea.st of- Fritjafakla JAlajiaJsklovitehafflski and lecking tralnp have Ben cent from Visdlshw Shenagnthowsklovitchanowskl and Ras mussenov'ltchanowaklanoffskloffakloff. skWoffsklanovitchoffskl. From the Hiekoryville Clarion. Ebenezer Botts of this town Is in Chicago takin' lessons to be a sculptor and Hank Purdy who has been readin' about the Indian uprisin' in Oklahomy says Ebenezer is a wise guy all right for It Ia a dum sight better to sculp then to get sculped. Elihu Slmms, our druggist, Is havin' a bargain sale In crutches and Amos Pringle our gentlemanly and congenial ,undertaker expects to raffle off a cas ket next week. Business is lookin' tip. Cale Prouty, our jeweler and watch repalring done with neatness and dills phtch three doors from the postoffice, hjs got a job ,tlnkerln' up Deacon ttbbs' thrashing machine. ('ale is a Peat Inventor and has just Invented a nonspillable inkwell. It is a great con trivanice and very simple. To keep the Ink from spillln' over the top of the Ink well he simply bored a hole In the ýbottom. The only trouble is that the ink all leaks out before a feller can bse it, but as soon as he gets around this slight difficulty he believes the thing will be a great success. : Constable E1ra itbbins, our local CARLE'S COMEDY Dick Carle, who in "Jumping Ju piter" is an early attraction at the Harnols, knows how to tell good ones. fibre are some he Wrote for us: S1 understand that a corporation has been found for the purpose of inast tuting a&new messenger service. It is the intention of the company to cross Warrier pigeons with parrpts, so they ban deliver vdrbal messages. 'The woman who was robbed of $130,000 worth of Jewels on an ocean liner says she isn't worrying. She's got nothing on us; neither are We. " In a western town where I was play sing there were two small - restaurants, side by side., One day a big bruiser of , wild west brigapd went into one of these, sat down St a table and yelled at the old colored waiter who had started to tremble the minute he saw the big ftllow come in: '"Bring me a couple of big steaks, three orders of ham and eggs, two plates of soup, a good sised order of fish, an apple pie and five cups of coffee, and hurry it up, too, see?" !"Yy-yap '.ah, Y-YUs sah," stam ,nered the frightened coon. "Habe it all right on de fire, sah. Does yo' wish it.serbed at qnce, sah?" ':"eil" yelled the big fellpw, taking out a big sheath knife and placing it at 'lthe side of'hls plate. The darkey took one quick look at the knife and hurried off, returning soon with several armfuls of to'd. The big fellow was half through., eat lg what he had ordered when he called the darkey over to his table' again. ' "Bay," he shouted, "what kind of 4 jsint is that next door, anyway'?" "Well, sah," began the darkey, utandlng first on one root and then on the other. "I don't allow as how it's lhueh account no.how, nah." "Well, I shoiuldn't say it was. I was In there just now,." said the burly customer, "and gave a waiter 'this or. der and how, 'much do you th!nk he Wanted to charge me?" 1"Ah she hab no Idea, sah," a' swabred the rlightened darkey. "Twenty-flvh cents; that's wtwhate was going to charge me-twentgjtive centsl" 1 "y-ye., sah, and what did' .u do, sahY' "Oh," answered the big fltow oare Idlyl. I just out his eae' off and picked out one of his es p.d thian trned around, walie.,4:,.,n l e II, here." 'he big fellow re6ed his daintl repast, and when hh finished l he saked the' daim~bL: ' : .'N.ow, .rwmnu 'do' awd 'Pou lr "W.w-wal, sq," stammered the dr'kse, ralsdnahl brows and draw, ,Il~tll ..~*ousa)41anaaae"·.r~~~. sieuth, had his pocket picked the last till"m I.4 Wvs over t0 West Hlickor'ville and says he got a good tlcw ;, . the culprit, who setiured a nick-, 'a worth of Mulo Far 'rwlit, a bone t,1 lar blttton, the key to the Hoppertomt jail and 18 ccnis In real money. Ike, PJutts'ls tikln' the fresh air cure andi Is slorpin' lin the oernerthl. There ill't nothin:, the matter with him at prePtni, but there probably will be If hb keeps upl the treatment long enough. Abe Renfrewe' wife has quit 'him atld now he Is liable to be pinched for hav In' no visible means of ulllpprt. There is some talk of startlh' a mouv In' plectre ,shoiu in our midst and the drama is lookin' up consider'ble. There hasn't beqn a show since 4he mag;e lantern lecture on the Catacobth of Rome, by some stranger from away. William Tibbits refused to go s.yin' It, must be a take as nobody ever combedl a cat. Mrs. Eli Hasklns has saved tilt enough more to -get a hand painted pickle dish or something to put in It. SImokih' and chewin' has been for bid at the meetin' house during serv-. ioo, and Hank Purdy says tilis reform wave which is aweepin' over the coun try is certainly fierce and pussonal lib erty is gettin' to be a dead letter. III Hugglns says he has got the rhleunmatis, umpiln' pneuralgin, luli bago and shingles and two of his cows-' has djed; the mortgage has been fore closed on his west forty, his well has gone dry, two kids have got the measles, his corncrib has burtied up,, his oldest son is in jail and his wifet has eloped with a ttavellt' nan., hut outside of that he isgettin' along 'fair to mlddlin'. The New Cult. (William H. Crane, the actor, has established a new cult, whose principal faed is to eat. He has cured himself of dyspepsela which he suffered 30 years by eating everything he wants every time he wanits it). Now says William Henry Crane: When you have etot a little pain, Just eat. When dyspepsila shakes your frame, Don't prepare to quit the game. But oat. When you've got the tummy ache, Don't give up for mercy's sake; Grab a good big sirloin steak And eat and eat. Don't go 'round. forlorn and sad When you think you're feeling bad, But eat. Don't make up your mind to die, Get a slab of good mince pie And eat. When you're dizzy, head crreens Just forget what sickness means, Buy a plate of pork and beans, And eat and eat. Give lumbago and the grip And paralysls the slip, And eat. If appendicitis tries To promote you to tile skies, Just eat. When the little ml'robe imps, Into you wd'uld put the crimps, Buy a salad made of shrimps ,And eat and eat. Ing his third finger across the outer corner of his eye, "Ah specs a dime Is sufficient." I asked a friend of mlnelIf he was still playing the horses. He said no. "Why," I said, "I thought you got 'Ito that game so deep that you could never get out. I thought you would never be able to get away from the allurements of the paddock." "Well, It was like this," he said. "I use# to have a half dozen horses that were favorites of mine, and I used to back them every race they were In. For about three years I bet just on these horses and In that three years I lost about $10,000: so I figured It wouhld be cheaper for me to buy them, so I. did. I took them up to my farm in New Hampshire. and on the very hot-i test days I -would sit under a shady tree, have the horses hitched to plows and have them drivbn lp amtd down before me so tlat I eould say, "Now plough, you suckers, ploughl" A deaf and dumb couple were ctn tinually having trouble between theisp selves. One night the man went h'qlhe and Immediately his'wife began to ive h11im a curtain lecture for somet hg he had done. Of coure, this waV dellv ered in the "finger language,'Vand as she talked her hands moved bth mar velous rapidity. The only. und that could be heard was muip by her hands when they clashf together In emphasis Of somes partlar point she was bringing out. poor husband couldn't get in a wt edgewise. Sev eral times he brou up his hands to try and say a fet hings but she kept at it Ineessantly~or about 15 minutes, *nd then: silre opp" e her hands ie uttee exhausn. I.er husbajnd saw his chance t l and he started to make signs, but, 'shrewd w wife , s- equal to the oo9iaion for she reached up and turqpd out the gas. I S ThO Blossuo. I "Yusi ag bowas known us a bulding spew but it sums he ne G y' b d'ssdhedi" 4Guuss you didn't notice his ace THE MISSOULIAN, SUNDAY MORN ING,'OCTOBER 15, 191 r 7: HOLIEPROOF H%,Gmn 'Yo u a t tY' E,~~'SID Six Patr3 CLzirant.e I S NloMe"it.Sa v@ fra~~~ t~I Men Whose Limit for a New Suit o Overcoat Is $25--This is Your Soe Look at it from any roinit you w~ll, quality and durability, style and lit, variety from which to choose or scr-vice renderrd, no store in town and few in the country can give you such a heaping measure of value for $25.00 as we are giving to the men of Missoula this season. The suits iiand overcoats we sell at this popular price represent the most of everything that enters into I man's consideration wvhen buying clothing that it is possible to give for $25.00, and this, too), wvith full allowance made for our rare discernment of values, for our great purchasing power and economy of store-managemenit. We unhesitatingly offer these suits and over coats in comparison with any offered elsewhere at from $5.00 to $7.50 more, and what man is not only willing, but anxious to save that much! Here are the special points of merit: High-grade clothing, such as any man can wear with pride. Smart modehe, ultra-fashionable and conservative, cut with special refer.- l enwe to all figures- -normal, short, tall, thin and stout. Fabrics strictly all-wool, remarkable for their quality and beauty and .4 variety of patterns. A Tailoring of a very high order, assuring fit and shape- retaining qualities. P.R-I- C-E Mns ,and Young! Men's Fall and Winter" Suits and Overcoats at.. tt;. l'tthe il.N1 tt1 illac Setrxe. 11t"t'$ iiat *25-very SEPti lte PlItiMtllt.1 F~ull- Suits at 9F25-In a (Ini weave., fast color. dark tMile, hiand tailored, great range o~f exclusive fabrics, It% the newest sijti: th mart. soitiaff,,r & Marx Ilitte Serg,' Sr t grays, browns, blues Lind green and heather mix It t925; right u to~ s' tandard of til fam t)u timke. tttrels and silk tmixtures; hand tailored. 1455' the Hart. 14ehaifoer & Marx Vttno! suits at Bi.the Nto' Wot ,rtt Itlut' 're~e Sutts at 11157. 1125-scores otf patterns in all stylifth colors. fstills for hard wear and lo.ngserv'ice. S2 Elt tite WoolWorth Vanev* Stilts at 935-where SXRtePE IE'i ack V%1se ut a 2- trd wear and style join hands. iivteutiful fabtric's atnd carefulty imade BitS the Hart. Schatfftner & M.%arx Black worstedt BPRE the, Society iUrand and It. B, Fassio n Stilts Btilts at 925-they speak for themselves. J ~for yvang tmen at 9125-blue merges and fancy 141, the Wiuil~orth Black WVorstrids Suits at 9325 wortetis, ntothming like them eiuewher,- -high (It.atity thtroughout and splendidly made. See the great showing of Overcoats at $25.00--the greatest variety of styles to be seen anywhere, top coats, raincoats, ulsterettes, in plain and fancy fabrics. Plenty of Suits and, Overcoats it Other P'rices, $15 to $40. Soft Hats in..Great Varfrty Thius In asitat Rloll(f "Oft hatts for men ok all 6Lges and prcdilectiohm'In timt mo11ttler of dress. Mitt whoi never before wore a soft hat, except for rough'. log it oir travtel. tire weatring (oil(' now. No wonderl The soft hat never tiefiwri rteeved such attentiott at the hmands of manctaeturers. Also, Mim s'ttt'a nmever baud stuch a shiowing In point of variety an this Men's Hat Store. presentis. ATtweed ]tilts, AT f5.00..Stt~son )l.atpe; a spe lie estslilie, clor tit] ropr- Austria, Gertoatty and lirance. t~olls.AT 97.506-imported Automobile AT93.50-"%V4nderfelt- limts; hats, it,) mnystyes ndcolors to de- AT 9125.001-Roeloff's "De Luxe" scribehere.hats. Stiff Hats in Great Variety-Montana, $3.50; Knox Derbies, $5.00 Mr. Man, Put I. hsUnderwear Store The Woman Who Knows M WhaiSitShSnt M.4 M. Co0. SosFit to the MosIs' Severe Test You Know WhtSutSe.at A mn mgh~tbrr alngwit oer ~preltht desfor Her BOY Need Not GO "Nobody but the wearer kn'ows Where the shoe not fit, but h 01 'Wants -his underwear right-right fit- Farther Than This Stre pinches," is a-saying almost as old, in some version, as i. tlng-right fe -Ing, all right-in short, just the sort of the practice of wearing shoes. Shoes that fit don't underwear t/will find.hiere among our 52 different '-"pinch" or start corns. A 9hoe shop that respects feet styles. He an't be too fussy, or even cranky, on this doesn't try to sell-regardless of the comfort of the point to s us, and we'll give him values no other store purchaser. In this Shoe Store types of feet are stud 11 can p055 y duplicate. ied and the right shoe is here for its corresponding AT 50g1-.lIeger'm litvav t'iittoiti f oot. Sometimes the customer with a mistreated foot fleeved vatitmitary shirts anti drtawers, rcnevdt in irwt mi~tir'. tti', sniar . allows prcnevdnotions toignore teuseo sugges fi tccii shirts atnd tiraiverd In natural tions in careful fitting-and then comes in play the AT 91.0-Italslom flie adage quoted in the foregoing: The shoe 'pinches! shirts; attl drawet-rs. Ni11tn -Votxr sbtitls and The way we fit sIlo,.s is Mollie daers .