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i;ACtIVITIES. W O booku of the registrar at the S *nllWltY M hOw that the usmua late in vele* In attendgne fllres oame dur lrigthe past week. eiveral old stu dentstld a number of new people en tethLd college during the week and the aotal attendance In steadily Increasing. Most of. the old students who have returned are football ptlayers who have been drawn back by the appeal of the aniverelty people for more material for tBie Varsity. There are same fonthall candidate among tilhe new students, too, but ton the most part the new peo pie have )leen drawn by the neA work tof th Untlis.sity rather than the call tor atbletes. Work In the various departments lho become eitted now and last wek marked the end ofat the first period of 0ollege work. Tomorrow the first acholarship report will be Ilsued and from now on there will he no let-up,. The teachers' institute had noolme effect upon the work during the week, many of the members of the facrlty taking part in the meetings. hut thle partial vacation will be the last in a long white. The work of the A. S. U. M. and oif the Kalmin has alan gotten under waiy. The weekly paper Ia covering its field thoroughly and the heads of the itui dent associatione are bucy with ar rangements for the various student ,ne tivities. Arrangementm are already i being made for the oratorical content i which to to be held In Misloula I, May between representatlves of thim tniversity of Moltana, the Univorcity of Washington, the Univerelty of Ore' gon, Whitman college and Washington State college. The contest will hbe' one of the beat and hilgeslt ever hold In Missoula and will mean a lot of work for the students. A rally held on Wednesda-., l.ut n.-e life into the football situation. There are enough men out every night to make up two teams, and with Dorn blaser and Beard back in school the prospects are bright agaIn. This week a yell book will be issued and Yell leader Vealey will begin train ing his rooting cohorts for the gamne In Butte next Saturday, whilh will bIe attended by practically the whole m(ii lerg. ALL LOCAL SINGERSI TAKE HEED PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY WILL HOLD 40S8ION Of SPECIAL IM PORTANCE TUESDAY. At ,8 o'clock Tuesday evening, the PhJlharnmonic soolety will hold an ln portant meeting at the rooms of the Orvls Music company. The busine.4s ,which is scheduled for the evening Ii of more than ordinary significance in connection with the work of the so clety and It is urged that all members attend. The Philharmonice had such a profitable and sucessfui season last year that It is hoped that the work may be started early this fall and that the society may attain greater influ ence In local musical circles than ever. The organization of the Philhar harmonlc society was unquestionably the best thing that ever happened For the musical life of Missoula. Those who are connected with the work of the society are earnest int their en deavor to advance tihe imusical stand ard here. The first eastonl cvertainly did much In that dilrectiin. The con certs which were given by the society were higIh-class and were enljoyetd. To allow the Philharmonic work to lapse after such an excellent start wAs Inade, would be unfortunlatte and it is hoped that all old t-mibera anlid many new ones wIll lbe presllt tat the Tusc. dlay-niighlt tnlotllg. M. B. OF A. CARD SOCIAL. Tuesduy evenlinw, 1)t-iber '4. it ()dh Fellows hall. Publlc crdhiallly invited. Admission 25 cents. Ite*rrelmelols. Webster's New Standard ILLUSTRATED Dictionary Coupon The Missoullan, October 15 Cut out the above coupon and five nthere of different dates end present it at the Missoula or Hamilton office of The Missoulian, with the expense bonus of 98c, which covers the items of the cost of paok Ing, express from the faotory, cheooking, clerk hire and other necessary expense items and receive a $4 Dictionary. The $4 Webstere' hew Standard Dictionary, Illustrated, Is bound in full limp leather, flexible, stamped In gold on back ,nd sides, printed on Bible paper, with red edges and coriners rounded; beautiful, strong, durable, Besides the general contents as descrlbed elsewhere, there are maps and over 600 subjects beautifully illumtrateud by three-color plat"u, anumneruu subjeets by monotone, 16 pages of valuable charts .J two oolors and the late United States census. Present at either WlasoultaN office six dictionary cqupons and the expense 98 bola of . ........ .................... . ............ .. ............................... 9 8 c SY MAIL, 32# ExrRA FOR POSTAGE Addres Mall Orders to S M:.Eii oulan Publishing Co., Misoula, Montana. 81okly omn ut ae so neooaY r to% Mrs. Julia Crum, one of our patients, tells of her epe rience "I have been in a very precarious condition for a year, which affected me mentally and hysically. I have been uslnl Dufy's Pura Malt Whiskey, with splendid re suits. We' are never withut it in our house." Mrs. Julia Corum, Highport, N. C., R. F. D. No. L Dully's Pure Malt Whiskey is a safe and sure remiedy for all ills peduliar to women. It acts directly on the vital organs, stimulat ing them to healthy action, aids digestion and circulation. Mothers, it will give your daughters strength and rosy checks, and fit them for their useful s here as healthy, happy wives and mothers. It is recommended by physicians and used as a family medicine everywhere. Duiy's Pure Malt Whiskey II the only whiskey that was taxed by the Government as a medicine during the Spanish-American war. All druggiiits, grocers and dealers, or direct. Refuse substitutes and imitations. The DUly Matt W.likfey o., otehester, e. T. STEINMETZ IS BACK TO SING THE GRAND OFFERS SPECIALLI GOOD PROGRAM FOR SUN DAY PATRONS. The plitrons fl the (lrandl th(cuter will find lrucie tteinmetz lia'ck ion the jol, iguin todely)', singing two) brand new songs. which will he. of the high standard whIl(ch Mr. Hteinmnctsi has Innlntainedi since., him filrst appealranee, in MissulauI. Tit(e Mod(lcalre-Rovee trockweay trrlo will offrer reone' moInre of the Irrealettible Temusle which has gained such favor with Missouth'lli' Inusic-lov SIng people. There will also he, shown I'llir ,perfect photoplaysn of the beet ter meass. "The l.ighthouse, hy the I etI" il It filnn wt1hi0'h t'lte Ict tve story, emoinI,ed Into incidelltst whieh n)ilke. it iprolliem 1i14y of it. Twit elceughteree of a lighthot soit kpePler Ilvve twoe y)'ung fihternmen, whoose vessel is wrecked on the shoal; both tie', young flsherniee I lovers are seen inl the. raging sea; tile i girls watclh thte aw'ful icene; they aile ioe'al to their brothler ito eleve their lovehrs. He' vn sIelve bitt one-ethic.ih chalil it be? "Dan, the Dlandy." In the Story of It )oy wheom College hlts translformern Into it trifling, )11 tildandyt. fis rfatheer is dlisgusitedl lilil seeks ito Instil sonil niinllneiss intote the teboy. He lg eltgee-s a tranlp to tiaeenct tihe Ie)i, bllt with ieooer succe''.ss, The't a girl enters the c'ase, The tramp is a soclologist dis Oullsed. and lie erntrs the lists as a rival or the t(dandly for the hand of the heiresrs. Thlell eltutitlo waken the lat ent frlru In the Noey. lie gets t:Ip hi. mntie'lo aend in ithe nlixtil)i he redtceins the faunlty namce. "The R:lBiceh's New Itarer" I It ridlicelously elbsurd cernolll, telling ,of thice aic've't oer e frellclle tnnorialilt In the town of Itied Dog. S.le mIlakes a lit. All the puntcher Ijlveo their ,eerdels shcave.d canl their hair trimncied. Tlee ')' seeri'e' fl ill tiheir hirsmte etadorn lent fir tei lhe sallt of lieilg fususedl eul i))' the new lhaericer. All Iralte wife findli hler ele'lliinccent hlisiband In the teeirlie'r chiir. ihLlf h11lin ieardll gone; she dlrulge iiinc iiewly and filllsheo tlhe job hereself. (lther funny thinlgs happen. It's all it lit Kh. "lill's W'ardl" Il the story eif it youn'cg girl whoi li left by her father as the ward rof hims ial, There's a love story, figlht with thieves, plenty of r0IIIlnc (t. itl n Slylll' ) pathom. It'ls a eiehow wierth whdle'. PLEASANT NEWS. Rlelative' revk'Ied le word yesterday that ton I'rhhid y cl tlll \tie lie Iorn itl Mr. ned M ,rs. rl'e i e t Tr'l' sk of lSilt l ke'. I rs. 'Tretck vwas 'rnerly Sl lie Minilm eefl thils liv. NOTICE, PYTHIAN SISTERS. 'iThe Pythlnn Rl'etcr t .re reclue'tedl to n.Ie lit iheilr te'ill hlel t II iee''lhIIk thil eefleern'iee ll te lee ttee I lthe fuenernel eer Ileerry e)alte. LOCAL I EVITES Allaway's cafe, opposlte postoffloe. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st. Natl. bank. George A. Shoemaker dt Florence spent the day In Missoula. -Dr. Ward. veterinarian. Bell 84-11531. Hackman transfer office. Tel. 93 Rd. Pat Hays, postmaster and merchant from Potomac, was a visitor in Mis soula yesterday, Stenographer. Dawson. Montana blk. Marsh, the undertaker, Phone 134. Joe Wagner and wife, leave this morning for a two-weeks' visit to Ilioulder Hot springs. Missoula Storage Co.. C. R. Avery. Dry stba, $3.75. Missoula Woodyard. Mr. and Mrs. Schoonmaker of Othel tlo, Washington, are spending the week with Mrs. E. H. Collar. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath. Masonic temple. Phone $18: rel. 532 R. Money to loan. George P. Brooks, the real estite man. Lieutenant and Mrs. . r. P Felid ex pet to leave tlie last of the week for thelir new station at Prescott, Arizona. Newton Ht. Schwelker, optical spe cialist. rooms 203-205 Montana block. Mrs. Montfort of Minnealaolil hal come to be for a time the guest iof her laughter, Miss Loulse Montfort oif this city. Mrs. 0. A. McAllister, teacher elo. cutlon, oratory specialty. 309 8. 5th ID. E-xpert hairdressing, shampooing, I tc., at home or store. Phone 482 Red. N. Paysno, traveling agent for the Northern Rlock Island Plo" company of Minneapolls, called on local Inerchanti yesterday. Dr. Anna James, o9teopnth. Higgins block. P.ione 814 Bik.; res. 353 Red. Mrs. Katherine Mills of Lolo made one of her rare visits in the city ys terday. ilhe was accomlanlel by John Mills from Florence. Rhoades & Howard, leading fire insurance agents. 013 Fast Cedar. Mrs. Robert Bennett returned yes terday from the reservation, where she has been for the past week visiting her husband on his claim. Dry cordwood, slabs and edgings. Riberdy Lumber Co., Telephone 748. Rev. H. H. (latley returned yesterday from Dillon,. ,vhere he has been for the past week making all every-menmler canvas for the, support of missions. Roundup coal $8.01 a ton. M. R. C. Hmlth, roonms 206-208 Molitana bldg. c'onner Malatt. manager of the mort gago department of the Spokante and Eastern Trust company. called onl husl ness avquaintances in the city yest.r day. Lump coal delivered. $4.50 per ton. Inquire Hotel Shapard. The new pipe organ Is Iceing Instilled In the Methodist church by L. C(. I"cir rim of Brattlehoro. Vermont, who was ment by the Etley Organ company for tile purpose. Money to lian on ranch and city proplerty. H. D. Fisher. 113 E. Mainl St. Lumber, wood and coal at the In. terstate Lumber Co., Phone 106; Ind. 742. N. H. Wood caine In from the reser vation yesterday to bring the saint Is of Dent corn, ten and one-half fiset high, that attractled so much attentiln in ilte window of Frank Keith's office during the day. Miss Rieve Stone Fqrbrache, vocal teacher, at 544 E. Main street. Satur dlays. Bell phone. 614. acam Small, who was at one time %n operator for thile Associated Press In tills city and now is an employe of I be Northern Pacific at Sandpoint, Idallo, arrived in Missoula yesterday to viit for a few days with his brother, Judge H. M. Smanll. Apple boxes and fruit boxes at the Interstate Lumber Co. Phone 11l; Ind. 742. Handy scratch pads and walter checks for sale at The Missoullan of tices. Mrs. Mary B. Evans, mother of J. M. and Thonlas Evans, left yeasterJay for I)kawa, t'Canada. where sithe will slpe'lid tile winter with hetr duughtcr, Mrs. Jolin H. Kyle. Mile will stop Itt Deer Lodge for it few dalysL t v\'sit with tler non, H. W. Ivana. For first-class livery, transfer of a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn. [Roth phonea e55. llMondally evenilng it 8 e'1e)ck thier'e will be a inass neitihlg of the uIne of all tile ch-urches Ill the city at the hrlatlan church. Tile imeeting Is cciled tl foIr lite iulrpose of cnlsilderlng the ieropo,,ccd city ordinance goverlcing lthe. closing ef snliini at midnight and ctl HundIay. Mllil Wed, ctcl stove length and rcuedy to iurn t11 range or heater wilthmeet spllliing, at tie city attn ll. Hell 414; Ind. 424. .Mrs, C'lirles ('l'llwaiih:uw ccid Mrs. A. .1. ii'tviciee.n ' i lr Ilegeltes teo tie .-crclnd icdceg ,if lit'bee',.i wliich will ieellC In ic lllllln Ini t'ollJu ctlIon with II ithe ( )ilil iiellic tlls wteek. eir, ullcd MIs,. 1. P 1VWi)luchi'lagt.r, MI'. alind .hill. lecitghrulih cind 1MrI'. Ma'ry LILrson will als o ige Billngs firic tih grand lodge. Lioalls os Illiproved farms and rinchoes at S iier cenlt interest per an Inctuli. WIIonI & illnlth Co., Owaley iblel'(, Butte, Mont. 1)r-. .1 N. HMei',irll;cetk of Kentucky, wclce lectelre on "T'rhe eltt1rlont of i'iliti, tleciithl" was announc~ed for Thursllea'y iin\'elIeg. )ctoieir 29, has sltf fe-r-idl ac u'i'(dect cwhill will manke It nei'c'acri yo tC c-ited tl'ei elcgagi.cmlet It In Ileteid thact hie Ilcay be able to lectllre in llnuioula it SOimile nlater date. Pheonce 38 or 438 Ild. tfor Iaccks, tax c'abs, baggage transf'er and livery of' all kinds. $priclnl rates on tcouring ccar tripis. (Inren & Ilillnghousie. Mr. and Mrs. R. ('. W'helpley andl iMrs. H. H. Riusstll 'eturnei yesterday I frlllll St. igllatisll, \hiere they have a Ibien 'visiting fur a short time withll i Mrl. endt Mrs. ecurige' Bltckwlthl. They will be joined hlere by Mr. Russell and It go to Hamlitont for t few days at the home of Mr. and. Mrs. J. EI. Totcans. I Mr. and Mrs. Whelpley expect to leave for Ta Crosse, Wisconsin, next Frilday. Yesterday Manager Smlth of the gas I coimpany had light fixtures Itstalled 4n the county clerk's offiloe at thoe t courthouse and aU rl was given Iste i THE GOLDEN RULE STORE' LN ISSOULA E HER o,, MONTANA THE STORE THAT KKEP6 THE PRICES M0 WN. THE CREATEST SERVICE V aue ANYONE COULD ASK It is a known fact that you can get more for your money here than elsewhere. We are known in Missoula ind surrounding country as the "store that keeps the prices down." It is our constant aim to search the markets for k goods that show value and this season the store is brimming over with new, fresh merchandise in dress goods, silks, trimmings, underwear and domestics, while in our women's ready-to-wear department you will find nothing except this fall's new styles. We make an effort at the end of the season to close out what we have left at some price, thus enabling you to'buy here the newest things in style. Come in and see. • Women's Fall and Winter Suits Reveal Fashion's Newest Developments in Tailored Suits and Coats aThe favored weaves in the suits this season are the rough. mannish weaves, in several beautiful shades; serges, broadcloths; jackets are 28 and 30 inches in length, lined with silks and satin; skirts, plain tailored and panels. Suits.............................18.50 to $40.00 COLD WEATHER COATS FOR WOMEN AND MISSES Turn these coats inside out and you will see what thoroughly good cnoats tly ere. It tnkoen onnlderably more - ;han smart style to make a satisfactory winter wralp. aold we hav- 4se ii to it thiAt the elemnnt mf Iprotection is well represented lin the garments we offer. ilnlings and inter-linings are of tested qualities. The,? parts that you Ulln't see are quite as good as those you can. These garments i'l,rierr nt |lion IdIlus (cllforlt Iltil t1hir privei spell Peonomy. You can buy them In eloth as low na T7.50 coul ip to $35.00. P'ilush nd c'itravul ciacts front $20 to $40. Ft r enata from $50 to 855. - Women's Misses' and Children's Winter Underwear We carry one of the best lines !of women's, inse.s and children's winter underwear IIn the city Ini both wool tnixtd and fleeced. Httter investigate b)fore buying your winter supply. WOMEN'S UNION SUITS. Women's fleeced union suits In white, sult. 750 to $1.50. yI Women's mixed wool and cott)n union suits In gray and cream, stilt, e r Women's silk and wool union suits, arst, 2..75 to $3.540. WOMEN'S VISTS AND PANTS. S Women's fleeced vests and pants inl white, garment, 500' and 7546. WVoImn n's silk anti wool vests and pants In cream, garment, $1.75. Women's wool vents and pants in cream and gray. garment 11.50. Women's knit coret covers, hllh neck and long sleeves; all sizes; 354. HOSIERY ' CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR. Won's worl hooe from, pair, 35s to $1.01). ilirls' fleecd union suits In creom color, suilt, . '. Women's fleeted cotton hose, pair, 25# and 354. lnyu' non-shrinking unlon suits i gr.y,. all sizes: suit, $1.25. Infants' cashcmere wool hose, all colors, from 4 to C61/, at, pair, 254. Boys' heavy fleeced vests and drawers, all sizes; garment, 350. Women's and Misses' Sweaters The Season- for High Shoes Protect yourself fromn the cold by wetrlng a sweater. We have sweaters Our line of high shoes Is one of the beat in the city. of all kinds in plain anti fancy knit, In colors of red. navy, brown, gray. Ladies' 18-hutton, In tan and gunmetal, with short vamp and high, raised % hit-, tan antd tI.%-color effects. Prices, *2.325 to $14). toe; the very latest style shown; prlt'e, pair, $5.00. Lomen's Ki Ladles' I6-,cttton s.ede with cravennette tol,, plain t,),. shrt vamp; me W omen's Kimonos um eel; a very lressy and servemlc.abl shoe, price, pir, $4.54). Women's kimonos made of velours, In dots and Persian designs, in loose Ladies' 16-button gunmetal, heavy noodlyear welt ,soli; swing last; a and fitted styles; trimmied with satin and bands to match: 0654 to $2.25. good shoe for street wear; pair, $4.50. It Women'L khimonos, maItde o. best quality veloul, tile "Brlghton Make;" ITdles' 160-button tal.n, Goodyear welt, with tht, new hlgli toe and short good range 1i1' shaltdes, trielllld with stteen bands to correspond; each, vanip: pair, $4.00. kmonn Prsin nd .loral de We carry a large line of children's shoes and high shoes, in all leathers Womenc's long kimonos, tiled, of velours, In Persian and floral designs; and prices. trini i,,d in Persian and tttin ihanld; eich,. $2.25 to $3o.50. and prico. . Children's Coats There Is a Deep Rea w Tif vmlllr folku want to he dressed warm for the winter. They can bhe well iuppilede here. (Cots in, cloth, bearakin, caracul, opcossunm atnd ph imnhi; ize's from 4 to 14 years;: neatly trimmed with bralds and but- son in the Stien.Bloch It tons. Prices. $3.4)0 to $15. Sand Hackett-Carhart Latest in Handbags ar Blua'k velvet and plush handbags, very nobby affairs; sliver and glit Popularity, M en w ear fratimes: cnme are trimmed with fringe on bottom; handles are made of Ao hd slcmek nlk cord: t. i t" mh b, a g.sO. These Clothes because Beaded hags from 83.50 tio $7.50; mesh ,ha, from $8.00 to "$12. Largest Line of Neckwear in Missoulay Give Value. Ou r ickwea:r detpartmlent has the rputation of hanvling the heat lilne' of C iteekwe.r in Mtissoula. anti much lower prices than others. Neckwear us NO other clothes approach them .t lw Its 10to nd cui to $1.50. in this great fact; no other clothes fit as well, nor have as Remnants One-Half Price good style. We are in a posi (',insitig eof ginglumti, lawns. Swisses, prints, toweling, wash goods tlon to furnish you with' a LACK HAIR RISBSONS. '.Stein-Bloch or Hackett Carhart A .,r? specnlt in caluck hair bow rllcbon, extrit hecivy riucility, lin antl suit at just a few dollars less g 4 Ihulcis widet; regeular price :l, yard; secieal, ear.l, 1o. i thani you can get them away a from home. Come and try SCrib Blankets . .' them on. Suits........gA to $ [40 , l n s a w luket fr it ugg. They coe in pink anti Other makes of suits from uc$i asrtel iattirit, sll sicd fir $1.35 elsewhere; our pricu'. C.10 to 20 In thie afterooh liI.i The niew )W ildling was 1iipied I'iir gaiu throughout, but the c1llmlnHisl ilt i lit have Ilot decvided to Ih'O IeIy otilher fixtures Installed at., this tii,, Mr. S4mith having simply l'een given i.,rmiloin uo arrange thiuIop in thit. ol. n.rl (,, for a trial. ALBERTON NOTES Albertoi. (ct 1i4.-(Special:)-Mrs. J. W. Huhlilierel in the guest of her sistrl, 11rs. Jos.ilph iMulloy at Deer Lo.ige. SMrs. I. It. Wlin has been shopping ait Missoula. Missesl Mai I)nley and Hazel Grlf flth left fir till·ei home at Mason City, Iowln, on Thursdaiily. They have been ,at the iihome of (. E. Willon during the past two i) onths. N. R. bliyron nd wife have returned from Seattle. Mrs. IBernis, mothlier of, Mrs. R. R. Mellheny), stalrteid for her home in the east on Thursday. George Wikof has returned from I Iowa. I ngineer Robelrts aid bride have re turned froin their eastern strip and are livinq In their new home at W Haugan, ,lthere he is employed in e hellpr service. , Conductor Will Cummins of the t. Alberton switch run has resumed work. y He has been in passenger service dur e ing the past month. 'Mrs. ('. H. Wilson entertained the E. T. club on Wednesday. Mrs. K. E. Martin and infant daugh ter will return from Deer Lodge on Monday. D). Hamilton Is indisposed. Mrs. J. N. 8kinner has purchased a roomling house at Seattle and re moved there. r CONCERT. To be given by the Luther league of the Swedish Lutheran church. Thurs.. day, October 18, $911, 8:30 o'clock. A good program WIll be rendered, In eluding a lecture by Rev. Mr. Fair of Helena, Mont. Refreshments wivll be g served by the Ladles' aid. MAON4 ATTENTION. e All members of Harmony lodge U. D. A. F. and A. M., are retquested to meet R with Missoula lodge No. 18, at the Masonic temple at 1 o'clock this after noon to attend the funeral of our late I brother,. Harry Oates, t F. H. KNIBLEY, W. M,. ', SANITARY INSPECTORS rk. VERY BUSY IN IDAHO he h on Mullan, Oct. 14.--(peclal).-As the result of the second day's activities ed on the part of the representatives of *e. the state board of health and pure food departments, four arrests were made, and fines imposed in each tase. Henry IBillberx was fined $20 and (osts for permitting unsanitary condVions of to exist In the kitchen, toilet and *. washrooms of the Hotel illlberg; two A dairymen were fined $20 each for-sell *n- ing impure millk, and one of them of was ordered to discontinue selling fnlln be until he cleaned up his premlisesand put them in such con<ion -that they would comply with the state law. The keeper of a small restaurant was lined for maintaining a refrigerator in a D. dirty and unsanitary spot 'back or his let building, he The inspectors, Dr. Smith and .f. 10. ir. Parker, completed their work-here ste yesterday, and will bogin a similar crusade In Burke, .Mace and Geni to day, ALBERTSON'S DEED QUTE WORTHLESS Helena, Oct. 14.-(Special.)-It de veloped today that the deed which Sheriff Higgine yesterday gave to Paul Albertson of Butte, for the state fair grounds, is worthless. In 1897 there was a foreclosure suit involv Ing the grounds in which Sam Wal lin, the predecessor, In the Interest of Akertson, defaulted. At that time Judge Henry N. Blake gave a judg. ment in favor of Mrs. Parah A. Brit ton and the decree specifically barred all others In Interest, which includ ed Wellin. Latet the property was transferred to Charles D. Hard under - sheriffs deed, who sold' to citizens of Helena who deeded the property to the state. NOTICl. Oarden City Camp 1585, Royal Neigh. bore of Amerioa, will give a social Monday evening, October 16, at Odd P'ellows' annex. All Modern Wodd men and families cordially invited to attend.