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WITH THIS MAN FIRST APPLICANT FOR TICKETS FOR TONIGHT'S ENTERTAIN. MENT HAS EXPERIENCE. The first man who called at the theater for tickets for the entertain ment by the Katherine Ridgeway com pany tonight has heard Miss Ridge way twice, and was in a hurry to get seats for the third time. That tells a good story. That is the way they all feel about it. A number of Missoula people have heard her in some place, and they universally express a desire. to hear her again. There is some thing so captivating about her read ings that people want to hear her re peatedly, even in the same program. The old saying that "a prophet is not without honor save in his own country," is not true in the case of Katherine Ridgoway. She is as pop mar at home as she is in distant towns and cities. Sh,. was raised in C'olfax, Wash. She goes back to her home town every year to give a pro. grail, and it is always to a cr"owded house. Indeed, they have nametld a theater for her, which is an c'aep tional honor. Katherine Ridgeway's father was a slave owner who hald a hundred slaves freed at the close of the war. Some of these stayed with the. family even after the war and a half-dozen are still living. I-Ier father was a colonel in the southern army and his plantation was at Palmetto, near Atlanta, Ga. Miss Ridgeway gets no little inspir ation for her readings from her visits to the old darkies on this old planta tion. There is one old mannmmy in particular who always tells her many tales and she hears the. darkies' songs sung in the dialect of the negro. They are always glad to see "Marse Ridge way's girl." Everything looks favorable for a large attendance at the theater tonight when Miss Rdigeway appears before a Missoula audience. They will not be disappointed in her, for if people wish to hear her again and again they will get their money's worth the first time. For most of those who will at tend tonight it will be first time. This is the third number of the Uni versity Lecture Course. Including this entertainment, five aire yet to be given. Season tickets for the five numbers are $2.50. This is but the price of one good show, and there are five excel lent attractions. Patronage for the course is solicited because the enter tainments are of very high grade, are given at cost, and are worth the money. Except through this means many people of note who have come to Missoula would not have come. There are many citizens who should have taken tickets and have not done so. It takes the help of all to boost good work along. Patrons of the colure are rrcluested to come earlier. The habit of reach ing the theater at exactly half-past eight has been acquired by so many that it produces a Jam which the ushers cannot relieve until the time for beginning the entertainment has passed. The program will begin at half-past eight. THE WEATHER Yesterday's weather furnished a clear, cold, snappy morning and a bright invigorating day. It was all that one could ask at this season. The records: M axim um ......... .......................37 Minimum . ........ .........16 At 6 a. m. Therm om eter ...........................16 Barometer ..................... 26:81 At 6 p. m. Thermometr ................... 25 aroimeter . .................. 26:72 Southwest wind. MRS. ZINSER DIES. Mrs. AIugusta Zinser, :17 years of ele, died yesterday morning at her home 425 Madison street. T'luberculo sis was the cause of her death. Mrs. Zinser callln fromn Sweden and was married last May to luseph Zimner,!a brewer of this city. She leaves a six year-old daughter of a, folromer mar riage, besides her husaind to rmoulrn her death. Thet, funeral will probably he held at the Lucy chapel 1,nomrrowv, but final arrangelmelnts rec wa\iting iupt on the arrival of a brother from Wis consin. FOREMAN PLACED ON TRIAL. 3Butte, Dec. 9.-Joseph let reuman, charged with the murder of Jack Handy, was placed on trial today. The killing of ltandy occurred on the morning of July 5 last, in the colored club on East i(alena street, which was conducted by the slain Tman. FEEL FINE! LIVER RIGHT, SrOMACH SWEET, HEADACHE GONE --- "CASCARETS" Cascarets make you feel bully: they immediately cleanse and sweeten the stomach, remove, the sour, undigested and fermenting fod and foul gases; take the excess bile fromn the liver and carry off the constipated waste mat ter and poison from the bowels. I.'IC.| ,.i!,' :. ; A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by mornilng--a 10-cent box from any druggist will keep your stomach regulated, head clear and liver and bowels in a splendid condition for months. Don't forget the children. 10 Cents. NW r ipE orU .SL... "CASCARETS WORK WHILE YOU SLEEP." IMPROVED IRRIGATED Farm Loans 8% THREE, FIVE, TEN YEARS With Privileges GEO. F. BROOKS Real Estate and Loans First National Bank Building LOCAL BREVIIIES Spirella corsets. Phone 630 red. Adv. H. I. Reid of Carlton spent the day on business in Missoula. Marsh, the undertaker, phone 321. Adv. C. C. Vincent of Bonita had business In Missoula yesterday. Have you tried a Frat cigar yet? Adv. W. J. Conroy of Hamilton was a visitor in the city yesterday. Dr. Willard, osteopath, 1st Natl bank -Adv. Mrs. W. F. Thorn of Alberton spent the day shopping In the city. Roundup coal, $6.50 a ton. M. R. C. Smith, rooms 206-208 Montana Bldg. Adv. Reuben Dwight of C'llnton was in the city yesterday on business. Stenographer Dawson, Montana Blk. --Adv. D. G. Wilkinson of (Superlor had business in Missoula yesterday. Dressmaker. 16 Hammond block. Adv. Achor, PIano tuner. Phone 823 orange.-Adv. A. E. McAdam of Helena came Into the city yesterday on business. Lump coal delivered, $4.50 ton. In quire Shapard hotel.-Adv. Goldfish and Hartz Mountain ca naries at Gulden's, 135 E. Main.-Adv. Addison M. Sterling of Ronan spent the day transacting business in Mis soula. Humane society. Call up 899, red or black. P. O. box 60. R. F. D. 1. Adv. iMrs. J. A. Scott of Huson came into the city yesterday on a shopping tour. Dr. J. Louise Smith, osteopath, Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res., 533 red. -Adv. Mrs. WV. W. Dunlop of Dixon was here for the day visiting and shop ping. F. G. Moore, chiropractor, Ham meond block. All diseases.-Adv. L. E. Bunge came into the city yes terday from his home in the Bitter Root valley. Trinity hospital, 317 Woody. Bell phone 316 black.-Adv. F. H. White, a merchant of Avery, Idaho, was here yesterday purchasing holiday stock, Dr. Anna James, osteopath, Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. Miss IMargaret Summers is ill al her place of residence on Soutt Fourth street. Newton H. Schweiker, optical spe. clalist. Rooms 203-205 Montana Blk. Adv. Sever Thompson, cashier of the State bank of Darby, spent the da) on business in Missoula. Talk with Taylor & Pearson if yot want 8 per cent money. Quick service -Adv. R. H. Salter of Spokane was in the city yesterday looking up old friend. and transacting business. Dr. M. H. Kuhl leaves this morning for Bonita on professional ,business, returning this eve.-Adv. Charles Solberg, a merchant of Wallace, was among the business vis itors in Mlissoula yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Iarlow and daughter of l larlowtiwn, Iowa, are her visit ing Mrs. larlow's sister, Mrs. IC. E, Simons. W'omlen's winter coats and suits have blienl unmerlfiully cut in price for this the end of their selling season at Mar tin's, rear Scandinavian bank.-Adv Mrs. Anina i. lHider returned yes terday fromi Iowa City and othel poills Ii l\vai where site has beer for the last ten days. Ilandy scratth p1ads and waitel cheers for sale at The Milssoulian of fice.-Adv. Miss va;\ Allard, who has been at. tending iei hol 1 , 'Iin Viir ina, has art ri v.d i Missonla, to Sli('Ind the holl. days with friends lanld relati\'es. S. W,. ludson, chirolpractor. . B. & A bldg. Allny disease. Exanlinatlon free -Adv. Mrs. Kate Spiller of Butte arrivel here yi'sterday to be tlhi guest of Mrs AZ. i. Kilmball of 530 Brioks street Mrs. Sillier is one of Mliotana's p10 lltler 5 .\nol.)11, hlaving come10 to the st'tl acro's the plains in a prairie schoon er. She is a member of the Society of Montana Pioneers and has many friends in this city who will be pleased to learn of her visit. Mrs. Bessie Brice and Mrs. H. D, Smart of Stevensville are leaving this morning for the east. Mrs. A. E. Hillis has come from her home at La Moure, N. D., to visit for a month with her sister, IMrs. G. F. Peterson. Mrs. C. M. Bickford has returned to her home on Daly avenue after visit ing her daughter. Mrs. Philip Jemi son, at Clearwater. Mrs. Harriet Mardis of Bozeman is here for a few days visiting her sis ter Mrs. L. F. Wilson while on her way home from a visit in Spokane. Money to loan on ranch and city property. H. D. Fisher, 113 E. Main street.-Adv. J. F. Hinckley, manager of the King & Queen mine at Carter, re turned to his headquarters yesterday after a business visit of several days in Missoula. Mrs. C. D. Blankenship left yester day afternoon for Butte, where she will join her husband, who recently went into business in that city. Mrs. McNeal, Mrs. Blankenship's mother, leaves today on the Columbian for Seattle. By paying a small deposit we will lay aside any piece of fancy china un til Christmas. See our stock. D. & E. coffee store.-Adv. Miss Alice Drake, who has resigned her position as teacher in the school at Conner, is visiting this week with Mrs. William McBride at her home on South Sixth street, east. Miss Drake will go later in the week to her home in Spokane. M. N. Bedell, proprietor of Missoula Feed corral, will buy and sell horses, second-hand rigs, hay, oats and wheat. -Adv. Messrs. Cyril Guest and Guy Clem ents of Wadena, Minn., arrived in the city yesterday to visit in the home of Arthur Dennis on South Sixth street, east. Mr. Guest has recently sold his business and is looking for a location in this city or farther west, W. B. Schafer returned yesterday from a week's trip over the reserva tion in the interests of the Orvis Music company. Mr. Schafer and Julius Grill expect to leave today in 'Mr. Grill's car for a tour of the Bit ter Root valley. H. M. Buell, who Is engaged with 0. B Peppard in bridge contrar' work, returned yesterday from Havre where he took a contract for building several small bridges for Hill county. The contract price aggregates $5,225 and the work is to be completed dur ing the winter. LUNG TROUBLE YIELDED TO THIS MEDICINE Consumption Is a flattering disease -that is one of its chief dangers. Those who have, it are rarely willing to acknowledge the fact. If this trouble is present, it is no time for trifling. If a so-called "cold" has long persisted; if a cough is present that keeps you anxious, or any of the symptoms are present, such as fever or night sweats, weakness and loss of appetite, and perhaps some raising of mucus-do the sensible thing-take Eckman's Alterative-as Mr. Betters worth did. "Bowling Green, Ky., R. No. 4. "Gentlemen: I wish to say for your Alterative that I believe it to be a medicine of unequaled value for all Bronchial and Lung trouble. The spring of 1908, I had a severe cough for six months. I tried all the medi cine that my doctors recommended to me, )but no results came for the bet ter. I had night sweats, and would cough and spit until I got so weak I could hardly do anything. But, at last, James Deering, of Glasgow Junction, insisted that I try your medicine. In one week's time there was quite an improvement in my con dition, and after I had taken several bottles, I felt as well as ever in my life. "I desire the world to know that I firmly believe that your Eckmann's Alterative will cure any case of lung trouble if taken before thei last stage. I will gladly write personally to any party wanting information in regard to your wonderful medicine. (Sworn affidavit), "A C. BETTERSWORTH." Eckmann's Alterative is effective in Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever, Throat and Lung Troubles and in up building the system. Does not con tain poisons, opiates or habit-form ing drugs. For sale by Missoula Drug Co., George Freishelmer andl other leading druggists. Ask for booklet telling of recoveries and write to Eckman Laboratory, Philad ilphia, Pa., for additional evidence. LOCAL SOCIETY W. C. T. U. Meeting. A meting of the Women's Christian Temperance Union wviil be held Wed niseday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. it. C. Smith, 338 East Cedar street. The subject "Peace and Arbitration"' will be considered and Mrs. Vealey will have the program in charge. All la dies who may be interested are in vited to be present. A Chafing Dish Supper. Misses Kate and Rose Doherty had as their guests, Sunday evening, Mis ses Alma Krest, Louise Pearson, Ger trude IHale, Helen Lockwood, Messrs. Henry ilale, William Headley' and Don HIoon. The company enjoyed a chafing dish supper and spent a mer ry evening with games and music. Thomas-Jamieson. Miss Tillie Thomas and Alexander Jamieson were married at 6 o'clock this morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Jones, on Keith avenue. Rev. J. N. Maclean, D. D., performed the ceremony which was followed by a delicious wedding breakfast. The guests about the breakfast table were the bride and groom, Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Maclean, Dr. and Mrs. Newton H. Schwelker, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Alex ander, Mrs. Sara Crouch and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Jamieson are leaving on the Olympian for an extended wedding journey to the bride's former htomo at Mount Pleasant, Ponybank, Ce* Sartheshire, South Wales. They expec( to be, away nearly. a year and upon their return they will reside at Mr. Jamieson's home in Residence Addition. Mrs. Jamieson has been for two years liv ing with Mr. and Mrs. Thimas Jones at their home in Ovando.. At Cards. Mrs. 0. E. Peppard and Mrs. W. W. Berry entertained at cards, yesterday afternoon, in the home of Mrs. Pep pard on Woodford street. The hostess es were assisted in dispensing their charming hospitality by Mrs. F. H. Elmore and Mrs. D. T. Curran. The guest list included Mesdames Avery, Arms, Brown, Borg, Buell, Bandmann, Babington, Bateman, Bellew, Farley, Gagnon, Green, Grill, Gerber, Gatley, Pavy, Peterson, Prescott, Richter, Rollins, Rhoades, Reinhard, Catlin, Coen, Cyr, Disney, Dyson, Darbee, Donlan, I)effebach, Dobbs, Higgins, Houston, Hicklin, Harnois, Hurlbut, Hyde, Inch, Jones, England, O.. M. Elton, Carl Elton, Forbis, Ferguson, Feighner, Kettlewell Kennedy, J. M. Lucy, Abbon Lucy, Liebenstein, Levy, Mapes, Meyrs, Steinbrenner, Shea, Spencer, Silverman, Smith, Thomas, Whitlock, Wayne, Yeager, Bonner, Curran, Gleason and Price; Misses Becker, Gagnon, Harding, Kettlewell, and Power. Football Team Surprised, Mrs. J. Wilson Moore entertained the members of the university football squad at her home on East Main street last evening as a surprise for' her cousin, Paul Dornblaser, captain of the Montana eleven. Twenty men, in cluding Coaches Philoon and Greenugh and Trainer Stone, enjoyed Mrs.Moore's hospitality. Progressive whist was played during the early part of the evening, Merritt Owsley winning first prize, a box of cigars. A light lunch en was served at the conclusion of the game and after that the men sang songs and talked over the football sea son. OSBORNE HERE. Rev. J. C. Osborne was in Missoula yesterday, busy with his work for the Hindley Society for the Friendless, of which he is superintendent, Mr. Osborne is happy to report that he has secured employment for more than 25 men who have come out of prison since the society began its work in the state last October. A campaign for funds to support the work of the society is now successful ly under way. The leaders of the or ganization are Lieutenant Governor Allen, president; W, G. Conrad of Helena, Mrs. George HIndley of Hel ena, E. P. Mathewson of Anaconda, and F. E. Lusk of Missoula, vice presidents; Mrs. E. B. Weirick of Butte, secretary; S. 9. Larabio of Deer Lodge, treasurer; ,Messrs. Mal colm Gillls, J. P. Wharton and L. P. Sanders, directors. State of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County-se. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he is senior partner of the firm of F. J. Cheney & Co., doing business in the city of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each and every case of catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of HALL'S CATARRHI CURE. FRAN JJ. CHENEY. Sworn to before me kn' subscribed In my presence this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. (Seal) A. W. GLEASON, Notary Public. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally and acts directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the systejn. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toleda. O. Sold by all druggists, 7f=. Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa tion.-Adv. A FIRE IN HELENA. Helena, Dec. 9.--Fire, starting in the paint department of the A. M. Holter Hardware company's store here this evening, threatened for a time to burn an entire block in the business district. Quick work by the fire department, however, prevented the spread of the flames. The damage was estimated by the manager to be between $10,000 and $15,000, covered by insurance. NOTICE. The Western Montana Poultry as sociation requests all members to be present at a meeting to be held in the city hall Tuesday evening, December 10, at 8 o'clock. The members will discuss matters pertaining to the show which will be held here next week.-Adv. Notice of Lost Certificate. To Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned has lost or misplaced Cer tificate No. 208, for 2,000 shares of the capital stock of the Oom Paul Con solidated Mining company, All persons are hereby warned against negotiating or attempting to negotiate the above mentioned certifi eate, and unless same is recovered within 60 days from date hereof, ap plication will be made for the issu ance of a certificate of like number and amount in its stead. Dated this 10th day of December, A. D. 1912. R. J. M'DOUGALL, Missoula, Mont. 12-10-17-24-31-1-7-14. $1,000.00 FOR YOU THE CHEAPEST PIECE OF PROPERTY IN MISSOULA We have had placed with us for sale for a few days only, one of the cheapest pieces of property that we have ever handled. It is a 7-room modern home on South Third street. It has been built 5 years and is in first-class condition. Rooms recently retinted and put in the best condition; full cement basement with stationary laundry tubs; 50-foot lot on corner; street paved, street car line in front of the door. This property cost the owner $4,200 in cash five years ago. Since that time he has made improve ments that have cost him about $300 more. Now, on account of ill health in his family, he is obliged to sell. For a few days $3,250 will buy the place, including range, kitchen and dining room linoleum; $1,450 cash will handle. W. H. SMEAD COMPANY Higgins Block, Missoula, Montana Phone 212 Red . sed .ra Pino. . F you have ever = thought of own-0 ing a piano now is the time of all times to come and talk it over with i .,. us while our stock is complete. We cordially invite all the citizens of Missoula and surrounding country to come in and inspect our excellent line of the world's best makes, which have just arrived from the factory. Our new location is at 118 East Cedar, where we have one of the finest and most complete piano stores in the whole state of Montana. Whether you want the best the world affords, the Steinway, or a good piano at $200, we are at all times ready to meet your demands. We have several of the world's best makes, ranging at all different prices, from $200 up. So, while the line is complete come in and select your particular style and have it delivered at any time. Where on earth can you walk in one store and find such makes as Steinway & Sons, Chickering & Sons, the oldest in the world? Kramich & Bach,Vose, Kim ball, Fischer, Hallet & Davis, Smith & Barnes, Lawson, Whitney, Conway and others, all leaders in their respective class. We will take your old piano in as first payment and allow you every dollar it is worth. DON'T FORGET THE NEW LOCATION. Orton Bros. Piano House 118 EAST CEDAR [ONLY013 [SHOPPINGItDAYS _LEFT Best Dolls You Ever Did See Priced at Only 95c IN An importer's and wholesaler's sample line of dressed dolls-about seventy-five all told-that if bought in the regular way would sell at $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and up to $3.00. Included are girl dolls and boy dolls dressed in up-to-date fashions, character dolls and dolls of all na tions dressed in native costumes; "Playmate" and "Baby Belle" dolls and many others. Make your selections today, before the lot is picked over or sold out entirely.