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a.e' AOQ I#AN ~i THE boVY OP O IS MOTtaR WHaO iS To SE summR D IN oHIO. Clyde 81aie of Itevensevlle was In I. iasqul yesterday, on route east on a gad errand, He left last night for Ohio, .eoompanying the body of his mother, who passed away Wednesday morning at the Stevedinllle hospital. Mrs. Slagle had been III but one week; she con ;traMted a case of grip and on soc coust of her advsanced age her nsons took her at once to the hospital. Death came while Ihs was asleep: she passed away as gently and as sweetly as she hlid lived. Burial will be In South Vienna, Ohio. Belinda Drusilla laglle, nee Hanks, was born In Clark county. Ohio. March 14. 1845. the daughter of Absa lom and Harriet Hanks, whose twelfth child she was. She married John slagle July 28, 1877. and his death left her a widow May 6, 1905. Mrs. Mlage's father, Absalom Banks, was a first cousin of Abraham Lincoln, bis fatther, Thomas Hanks. Jr., being a brother of Nancy Hanks, Lincoln's mother. After the death of her husband Mrs. Slatle lived with her sons. Aaron of Toledo, Ohio, and Clyde of Stevens ville. She is survived by these two sons and by a brother, Willam Henry Hanks, of Palrhurg Ill. Rhe was a fine woman, gracious and con siderate. She was beloved by all who knew her, and her family has the sympathy of many friends. Mr. Slagle expects to reach home Id about two wbeks. DR, 8000 WILL VISl MISSOUDDLA OPENING AN OFFICE AT THI PALACE HOTEL ON OCTOBER 26. Dr. W. E. Dodd, the well-known spr-e elalist on eyes and nervous dlesar -, will open an office here at the Pal(rce hotel October 25. and will remain for a few days only. During Dr. lodd's 16 yeare of practice In Butte he has visited Missoula almost every year. and his large practlee here is evidence of both his ability and Integrity. THE WEATHER Yesterday started out as a brighi day, but the afternoon was one of load en skles. The observations: Maximum ............................4 M inimum ..............................20 At 0 a. m. Thermometer ........................1 Barometer ..........................27:04 At 6 p. m. Thermometer ......... ..........41 Barometer ...........................26.. .85 TO SEE VALLEY. Warren Chllcote. manager of the Bitter Root Inn, was in Missoula yes terday, He came down to meet a party of 40 from the cast. He will go back up the valley today. The Caro the Bathroom Clo In the bathroom the closet requires constant attention and frequent, thor ough scrubbing. Rinse the seat and Bush freely. Put into the bowl of the closet a handful of Gold Dust washing powder and let the solution stand for some time. Then take an old broom and scrub all the parts that can be reached, especially into the traps as far as possible. Flush again, and add more of the washing powder and wash under the flushing rim and all parts inside and out. Stains of iron from the water if not removed by the sqouring, may be removed with a few drops of hydro chloric acid. Webster's New Standard ILLUSTRATED Dietionary Coupon The Missoulian, October 20 Out out the above ooupon and five others of different dates and present it at the Missoula or Hamilton offloe of The Missoulian, with the expenee bonus of SBc, which covers the iteme of the cost of pack Ink, express from the factory, checking, olerk hire and other necessary expense items and reolve a 4, Dictionary. The $4 Webeter' hew Standard Dictionary, illustrated, Is bound In full limp leather, flexible, stamped In gold on back and sides, printed on Jible paper, Wih, ed edges and corners rounded; beautiful, strong, durable. Ba~ekYi . e general c.ntents as descrlbed elsewhere, there aUe maps and eSr 6004 subJects beautifully Illustrated by three-color plete. , sumeroup subjects by monotone, 16 pages of valuable charts in two colonr qp the late United States census. Present at either lcseoIsilcxe ie asl diotionary coupons and the expense 98 - Dllto O( -..- . -.........- Y···r- .......... ................. · . W MAIL, m!s# EX'RA FOR POSTAGE Publshing Co, Missoula, Montana. ": I ." '/. *'.. . l *.I -·· • IMPROVlMENT MADE IN PARK COMMISSIONERS PRICE AND PEAT LOOK OVER WORK IN MIS O8ULA'8 GARDEN SPOT. C'omlissioners Price and Pl.at made a trip through (ireenough park yester day for the purpose of inspecting the work which the city is doing. Speaklng of the Improved condition of the park. one of the comnmlissloners ad: "The steep hill along by the reservoir is Inow being cut down to an easy grade and this will make a very attractive drive, an noon as the work has been completed. In the park Itself tmuch isa 'eiIng done( to make eterythlng look bet ter. The new wall hlich is about fin ished Improves the appearance of things wonderfully. The bridge at the end of the well has been ralted one foot and stone abutments have been placed there. All the bridges In the park have been fixed tip and the roads are being put Into good shape. The park will be greatly Improved when everything Is flnlished." PURITY LECTURER IS COMING DR. EMMA DRAKE OF DENVE.R WILL LECTURE FOR WEEK HERE IN DECEMBER. Arrangements were completed yes terday morning for the appearance here in December of Dr. Emma F. A. Drake of Denevr, lecturer for the Anmerlcan Purity federation, The ar rangetnents were made through Dr. Drake's manager, Mrs. Farah Com. merford of Spokane. Mrs. O. A. Me Michael has been selected as chair wan of the local committee which will conlsist of representatives from the Y. W. C A.., the Y. M. C. A., the Ministerial association, Woman's club, city schools and the university. The members of the committee will be ap pointed soon. Dr. Drake will begin her series of lectures In Missoula on December 17 and will appar at some hall every day for a week. She will arrive In iMissoula several days before her lee turea begin. Dr. Drake Is widely known as an author, physician, edu cator and lecturer and her coming Is anticipated with pleasure by all in terested In tile cause she represents. While In Montana, and after her Mis soula engagement, she will speak lin Anaconda, Biutte, Helena, Great Falls and Kalispell. SWEDISH LUTHERANS TO MEET IN MISSOUL The regular qularterly meetinl for the Montana district of the Swedish Lutheran church will be hold in Mis soula Raturday and Sunday. Three representative pastors of the district will be In attendance, Rev. J. W. Ny vali of Butte. e. ev . A. Falr of Helena, and Rev. I. A. Eckaton of Great Falls. There will be a meeting at the Swedish church at $ o'clock Saturday eveningl, commulnion service at 11 o'clock Sunday morning and a meeting Sunday evening. Qutestions pertaining to the welfare of the de nomination In Montana will be dis cussed in all of the meetinlrgs and there will he special Imutslc each time. Al. though this is a quarterly misslon, IIt Is held at tile several towns repre sented in turn and Mllssoula's turn" comes about once a year. ALLEGED ROBBERS TAKEN. 14alt lake c'lty, Oct. 19.- F. B. (rant anl Tonm Maloney were arrested here last night .n tihe charge of roiblng thelt Jewelry store of Idmnnlll ('all at Roun tifull yesterdaty morningl. Roth men had several huckshot wounds in tilhe back, supliosed to have bleen Ilfllicted when 'tall fired at the InhlIlers. i LOCLL RElES Allaway's catf, opposite postofflC. C. W. Wagner of Ronan Is here for a few days on business. Dr. Willard, osteopath, lst. Natl. blink. Henry P. Thayer of Drummond is in Missoula for a day, or two on bull ness. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Bell 684-631. David Dowd, stock Inspector from at. Ignatius, spent yesterday in Mis souls, Hackman transfer office. Tel. 109 Rd. William Bennett of Trout Creek made a business trip into Missoula yesterday. Stenographer. Dawson. Montana blk. Roy tlughes of Loin is spending a Week with his sister, Mrs. Ueorge Helmbach. Marsh, the undertaker, Phone I34. Mr. and Mrs. John lionner and their daughter Marguerite went to Butte for Taft day. Missoula Storagi Co.. C. R. Avery. 1 8. Lusk of the First National bank has gone to Portland, Ore., for a few days on business. Dry slabs, 33.76. Missoula Woodyard. A. B. Maxwell of the Miusoula Press brought in a fine deer yesterday from the Swan river country. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath. Masonic temple Phone 618; res. 53l R. Ous Gunderson was in yesterday from the Molese valley laying in ranch supplies for the winter. Money to loan. George P. Brooks, the real estate man. J. P. Pilemleng, proprietor of the Windsor hotel at Plains. cane into the city on business yesterday. Newton H. bohwelker, optical spe clalist, rooms 1013-310 Montana block. David H. Parry of Spokane, special agent for the Iondon & Lancashire Fire Insurance company, visited the local representatived yesterday. Mrs. O. A. McAllister,. teacher elo cution, oratory specialty. 109 S. 6th E. H. A. Murphy, traveling saleemati for the Butte Electric company, is In the city soliciting business. Expert hairdressing, snampooing. etc., at home or Store. Prone 483 Red. J. A. Veronneau, formerly engaged in Schlossberg's store, is now a sales man it the domestic department at Dodohue's store. Dr. Anna Jarhes, osteopath. Higgins block. Phone 884 Blk.| res. 353 Red. Ike St. Louis and 1tulu at. Lousle, a woman of the restricted district. were arrested yesterday. Ike 8t, Louis is being held on a "secretary" charge. Rhoades & Howard, leading fire Insurance agents, 108 iast Cedar. Mrs. I.. S. Newton has returned from a two month's sojourn In the east, where she has been viltlnl frliends' and relktives in Cleveland and Akron, Ohio. Dry cordwood, slabs and edgings. Rlberdy Lumber Co., Telephone 743. Yesterday Game Warden Froman brought in Mike Daballa, a laborer, on the charge of hunting without a lioense. Mr. Daballs is out on a $25 bond. Roundup coal $6.50 a ton. M. R. C. Smith, rbomse 04-303 Montana bldg. Miss velle Babb, 'who has been, since last June, a guest of her Sister, Mrs. Fred T. Parker, In Orehard Homes, left last evening for her home In Chicago. Lump coal delivered, $4.10 pet ton. Inquire Hotel Shapaid. Mrs. Joe Spooner has returned from the Bitter Root valley, ahere she has heen a guest for the past 10 days in the home of her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Spooner. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 111 IC. Main St. Mrs. Prank Cannon and her daugh ter, Lydia, have come Into Missoula for the winter. They have taken a house on South Fourth street, west, for their temporary residence. Lumber, wood and coal at the In terstate Lumber Co., Phone 106; Ind. 74. ,. W. t'ommerford, special agent of the National Union Fire Insurance company of Pittsburgh. whose head quarters is In Spokane, is spending a few days in Missoula on business for his company. Miss Rleve Stone Ferbrache, vocal teacher, at 544 B. Main street, Batur days. Bell phone, 654. Mrs. Plo Coplin of Duluth, Mina., Is visiting in the home of Mr. lnd Mrs. J. J. Welch and yesterday Mrs. Coplln's sister, Miss Etlnors Dodd, also of t)uluth, stoplped over here for a irief visit while on her way to Portland, Ore. Apple boxes and frult bases at the Interstate Lumber Co. Phone 103; Ind. 742. , . J. .Welc'h ytert lV a s ted the iurtchase of a carlonid' fta9glhrehd sheep from a stockgit'W "l- wllow Creek, Mont. Mr. We'ol is lhaving the sheep shipped to Dillon, where they twill be placed on a larige ranch in whtich lie owns an Intelest. sandy erlatch pads and: Warter chbpka for sale at the Miskotullha of flee. M~as Adelaide ('laik. of Omha, who has been for a time a luest In the hotne of Rev, and Mrs. C. B. Allen, Jr., left yesterday for Spokane. After a short visit there she will return to ,be present at the wedding of Miss Mary Allen In November and Miss Madge Allen in December. For first.Elass livery, transfer of a good saddle horse, call Melaney's barn. Both phones 655. L. B. Converse of the Blackfoot land company returned yesterday from a trip to ()Ovandoe. lie reports the roads in very btd condition moat of the way. Also that wet weather has hindered threshing In the valley and that hunters finld game high in thile mountains and bard to get. Still, in spite of these few grlet, Mr. Col verse continues to boost with all hil heart for the Blackfoot country. Mill wood, cut stove length and ready to burn in range or heater without splitting, at the city sawmill. Bell 414; Ind. 424. Attorney Ralph L, Arnold of this '. et Ito. iltn' 19€Ia by tie'1Xo ,p - tive committee of the Methodlst Lay men's aUsoclatlto Of the Montana con ference to fill the vedincy caused by the reelsnalon of F7 B. Price of Butte. It will bb qupeclally conven lent to have the beiretary located In Missoula becase the president of the assoolation, Charles J. Avery, Is also a Mlssoula man. Loans on Improved farms and ranches at 8 per cent Interest per an num. Wilson & Smith Co., Owsley block, Butte, Mont. Phone 38 or 488 Ind. for hacks, tax icabs, baglage transfer and livery of all kinds. Speclal rates on touring car trips. Green A Ellnahouse. PRESS AGENTS TALK I OF THEIR SHOWS "The Paradise of Mahomet," the Parislan comic opera bnuffe in which Mansger.Danlel V. Arthur Is present ing the favorite American prima donna, (trace Van Studdiford, enjoyed a very successful engagement at the Herald Square theater in New York last sea son, which followed a two years' run at tlb Theater des Varieties In Paris. It will be brought here for presenta tion at the Harnols this evening, In its entirety. There is probably no other American star who has been. so fortunate as Miss Van Studdiford in the choice of her vehicles. Here. has been a long line of successes. "Robin Hood." "Maid Marlan." "Red Feather," "The Golden Butterfly," and even when she sang in such historlc grand opera roles as Marguerite in "Faust." Mlceala In "CTrmen," and Leonora In "11 Trova. lore," she brought a hew meaning and fuller charm to them. Local music lovers have good reason to look forward to this engagement of Miss Van Studdiford, for aside from the fact that she Is undoubtedly the foremost American prima donna, the music of "The Paradise of Mahomet" is from the brlllant pen of the French composer, Robert Planquette, and as can be expected, it is said tw'qprovide real unalloyed pleasure without re course to ragtime or any of the latter day insipid musical innovations. The story of "The Paradise of Ma homet" revolves around the Turkish custom that a prospective bride cannot break off a betrothal without the cog sent of the groom. This gets the fas vbhating fBengaline (Grace Van Studdi ford) and the enamored Prince Cassin (Edward Mora), into many embarrass ments before tfey are happily married. Others In the large company are Laura Burt, Florence Rother Florens IClb, John Wheeler and Hudson Free ben. *' Among the many big song hits are "The Rose of the Orient." "My W.d dilg Day." "When His Ryes Look Into Mine." "I Have Pound Them All." and the sensation of the last New York season, "There Is Something About Ton Dear. That Appeals to Me." The usual accessories of beautiful girls, picturesque oriental scenery and elotumes are of course being carried. An All-ataer Ce.pany. When one stops ta.' consider the famous artists which will be here when the Sheehan English Opera: company gives its all-star performance of Balfe's favorite opera "The Bohemian Girl," at the Harnols theater, Satur day evening, October I1, it Is little wonder that orders are pouring in from the entire nelghborhood. We have paid the price of admission many times to hear one of these artists sing a few songs. Therefore, to get the entire group of them together, In addition to what Is said to bb the finest chorus ever heard In English opera, and a magnificent production of the world's most popular opera Is an event of % lifetime, and It will more than likely see the largest crowd that ever gath ered in the Harnois theater. Headed by Joseph F. Sheehan, Amerlea's famous tenor and acknowl edged the foremost tenor in the Eng lish language, the cast includes such renowned artists as Miss Gladys Cald well, whom eminent critics call the "American Tetrassinl;" Miss Marion Walker, whom Mr. Slheehan secured, from the Metropolitan Opera comlpany of Chicago; Miss Annabel Tariton, clever and talented young American soprano; Charles Swlekard. the great baritone of the Tivoli Opera company, San Francisco; Francis J. Tyler and William J. Jorgenson, two former Henry W. Savage stars; Kenneth Dad Iey, William Young., Joseph Haywood, and a number of others of the same high rank. This will be the only tour of tlhs all-star organisation and Missoula is Indeed fortunate in being one of the cities to be included in its tour. Mr. Sheehan has not been west of Denver since his toter with "Mada.a Butterfly," and everywhere the ,man who is acknowledged the greatest of all American singers has received a great welcome. At the Isis. It was certainly on exceptional treat that the patrons of the popular musical photoplay house received last evening. The views and lecture on the Panama canal, were interesting to all. Now, another interesting prorram is on the schedule for Friday al Saturday. "How Millie Became an 4.trers" la a fine Vitagraph comedy. Millie Beoker a strugrigling young actress, is Intro dueed to a leading theatrical managrer amd the whole pleture of her troubles and ambitions Is one that will please everyone. "Oypsy Honor" is a Pathe American story of the wandering life. The plc tures of these 'people as they wander from place to place and the way that they live, are shown. "Dad's Girls" is a story of a likeable old pioneer character, who lived among the foothills of 4 western mining re glon, on a ranch, with hisl two daugh ters. Ed LeVasseur is singinl two of Richard Carle's song hits, which are sure to please. And the orchestra is always there with popular iselections. Notiee. The ladies of the Presbyterian church will serve a New England chicken din nor at the church saturday, October 2t, fromnt to 8 p. m.; 85 cePts. "Tutlnut" gloves andl gausttlets at Tileson'., ig ligglins ~yl.99, M r Copyright 1911 Be Always Becomingly Dressed There's absolutely no reason in the world why your clothes shouldn't always become h you. You'll find here the widest range of WIWOOLWORTH CLOTHES we've ever shown ---which means that there's a perfectly becoming suit or overcoat, at a suprisingly reasonable S price for the most fastidious man in town. Suits and Overcoats $15.00 up Manhattan shirts Knox hats Montana hats Woolworth underwear Holeproof hosiery a _ I ' nun Hml1 Il A Store Where Ladies Can Trade. Phone your orders for wlners, liquors and cigars to SOLOMON'S FAMILY LIQUOR STORE 116 E. MAIN STREET. Phon.e-Bei, 67; Ind. 5M4. Free delivery to all parts of eity. Missoula iron Works lBraa aud Iroa castlan. Mals In Work done to order. Corn.e Tools avenue sad Bitter Root traeok. $911 Phownr.41 3 okl Ind. Phone ..1 THE New York Land Show Opens November 3 at Madison Square Garden and continues two weeks. Notify your eastern friends and acquaintances to call around and see the Missoula booth in the Montana section. Chamber Commerce 11 West Front. Both Phones M. L. Gulden STATE TAXIDERMIST AND FURRIER. Won Medal at It. ZJoule. 11 enut 4la Sturt. We Offer a Special Rate of $1.00 "or cleaning Ladies' Skirts; also a\'pecial price of $8.00 on suits. The Butte Cleaners & Dyers 508 South Higgins avenue. Phones: Ind 1688; Bell 500 Rec. REMOVED To 316 Hilg.ins.Avenue Evans Bo TrpnkSto. ." /