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PURSUED WIFE TURNS THE TA DLEU AND GETS A QUICK ACTION DIVORCE. Louis Paul came on the run from St. Ignatius, Saturday night, in pursuit of his wife, Elise. He said Elise had run away with Constalble Fred Normandie, and he wanted to find her. His story was so pathetic that Acting Sheriff Canmpbeli collected a posse and went In pursuit of the alleged erring wife ahd her companion. The wife was found, but Normandie was not there. The wife said he had come with her, but was not around, and.there was no further sign of him than $90 which was hidden under a pillow. This, Paul claimed, belonged to Normandie. Campbell !brought ,about what seemed to be a reconciliation, between Louis and Elise. They said they would make up and forget. But it yas an armistice rather than a perYnanent truce. Sunday, Elise and her hus. band were together for awhile; they had a buggy ride, and went to the pic ture shows in the evening. Then Louis lost Elise in the dark. Normandie had ,been in conference with the pair at intervals during the Sunday truce, but he seemed to be be having himself, and the husband had evidently no grudge against the con stable. But he held on to the $90. Yesterday, a new phase of the case developed. Elise, once away from her spouse, had recovered her courage. She said that Louis was no good, and he admitted that he had not supported her for more than six months; she had been earning her own living and that of four children; she showed scars on her face where her husband had beaten her, and also declared that he was re sponsible for the fact that several of her teeth were missing. Also she proved that the $90 was hers. Louis had to give it up. Yesterday afternoon, Elise brought suit for divorce against Louis, after she had related the situation. Louis was easily found. He was served with the papers in the case. There was no denial of the allegations of cruelty, but Louis wanted to have the children. So did Elise. The demurrer to the complaint was overruled and the testi mony was taken. Before the close of court the divorce had been granted. Elise will have the custody of two daughters; two sons will be in the care of Louis. The man who came galloping down from the reservation after his wife, had the tables turned upon him. He goes back without her. She goes back' with a divorce. DEAKIN GETS SHIPMENT OF CASE AUTOMOBILES J. J. Deakin received yesterday two carloads of the famous Case automo biles. These cars were shipped direct from the Case factory at Racine, Wis. The Case car is new this year in this territory, but judging from the sales made it is going to prove a winner in western Montana. The cars are now on exhibition in Mr. Deakin's spacious showrooms in the Paxton block at the corner of Stevens and Cedar streets. Mr. Deakin says the sales this year have been ex ceptionally good and that he looks for a continuance of activity in the auto mobile line through the summer months. MRS. MARY TORRENCE RELIEVED BY DEATH Mrs. Mary Torrence, who had been a resident of Missoula since 1891, died yesterday at her home, 435 North Fourth street, after an illness that has kept her long confined. Mrs. Torrence was born in Iowa in 1860. She first came to Montana with her husband, W. G. Torrence, in 1887, arriving to make their home in Missoula four years later. She was a member of the Woman's Relief corps and had a host of friends here who mourn her loss. A brother in Iowa and a sister, Mrs. Wyckoff of Seattle, survive her. The funeral will be held Wednesday after noon at 2 o'clock, the arrangements not having been completed last evening. STEINBRENNER GETS TWO CARS OF AUTOS George L. Steinbrenner, state agent of the Wiley's Overland Motor com pany, hopes to be able to show his friends the wonderful achievements in modern motor car construction to morrow at his garage. Yesterday he received notice that a shipment of two cars of the latest model Overland machines would arrive here this after noon. They will be undoaded imme diately. The shipment consists of the latest word in auto features, including electric lighting and starting systems that have been attached to 30 and 45 horse power machines. WOMAN ADJUDGED INSANE. Hamilton, April 21.-(Special)-Mrs. Emma Bates was examined here today before Judge R. Lee McCulloch by a commission and pronounced Insane. ~he was taken to Warm Springs this afternog j_,i..:. }gr...see. *. T.he. un fortunate woman resided in this city. COME ONE, COME ALLI IN THE HARDWARE DEPT. Come One. Come All! Attend This , ' ' YW We've Provided for the Comfort and Free Course in the Most Important K im Accommodation of Everybody. And Branch of Domestic Science. Remember, you're Welcome. Beginning This Afternoon at 2 o'Clock The Great Majestic Range Cooking and Baking Exhibition The Missoula Mercantile Co. extends a cordial invitation to everyone to attend this cooking and baking exhibition and demonstration of the Great Majestic Range. This affair will be held in household goods section of the hardware department. Regular stock range will be used and presided over by Professor Joseph Becker, a Chef of National Fame Professor Becker is already known to hundreds of the good housekeepers of Missoula by reason of similar exhibitions he has conducted in years past, since when he has added greatly to his fame as a chef and lecturer upon culinary arts. He will be with us all week beginning this afternoon at 2 o'clock, and each afternoon, from 2 to 5, will demon strate many interesting recipes---a different set each day, proving conclusively at the same time why the Great Majestic Range should be in every home in Missoula. You will be equally welcome, whether you come with the intention of buying or come merely to add to your knowledge of cooking and baking FREE = Refreshments Will Be Served Free on Each Afternoon - FREE Will Answer Any Questions n The Best of All the Ranges If you wish to gain knowledge regarding cooking FFEtThere are many reasons for the claims made that or baking, ask Professor Becker. He will tell from , T the "Majestic" is the greatest of all ranges. Each his inexhaustive store of knowledge all facts re- c'lai is well founded and has the successful back ing of 27 years of actual use. garding recipes. The Majestic Range is made of better materials, Professor Becker ,will bake all kinds of pastry, and the construction is by all means the best. It's mixing everything before your eyes, and explaining the most economical range in the matter of fuel con ingredients as he goes along. He will show you sumpion and is made with the one absolutely per how cooking can be made easy and a pleasure in- feet fuel-saving draft. The top of the Majestic is stead of the irksome task it is to so many women. burnished and never needs polishing; nickel p'lat He will explain how best to practice economy in the ing is artistically plain and is easy to keep clean. use of fuel, as well as in actual baking and cooking. F R E E Repair expense is practically nothing. With Every Great Majestic Range Sold During This Week $8 Set of Majestic M~JETj $8 Cooking Utensils $8 .TOWELROD This set includes practically everything needed for cooking, and every one of the nine pieces is of the very highest quality, made especially for the Majestic Range Co., and cannot be obtained through any other serv ice. Each set consists of 1 Large Size Nickel-Plated Copper Tea Kettle ,' 1 Six-Pint Nickel-Plated Copper Coffee Pot .. 1 8-quart Marbleized Windsor Kettle and Cover 1 Marbleized Enamel Steamer and Cover 1 Marbleized Enamel French D)ryer " : 1 12-qt. Marbleized Enamel Straight Sauce Pot 1i 5-qt. Marbleized Enamel DI)eep Pudding Pan 1 9x12 1)ouble Roaster 1 14i/2x201/ Never-Burn DI)rip Pan Remember--This set of Majestic Cooking Utensils - -' is Free with every range sold during this demonstra ,·':: tion. Not one penny to pay, directly or indirectly. -5'. Ranges With Water Front The Great Majestic Range Ranges With High Copper Reservoir The bo ly of a range i t I i ii, It if l'if f a Fitted with pin extension mallehable iron water front the most lwer- range deh nds on the matrials of which it is nale. I'IIARt l A I, IR N, littidi wilth 1 5-g;,lln Inlatnl t Ito\',t lelit frltllle all-(coppl)er eservoir, nick ful heater made, ready to alttach to pressure boiler or other talll. nIi i, tel uil tests, has I tt-- plr(iiv)\iidI to resist IIs.t, luit Ili ytLy.ta lli; in .I.d outsitl. inlld tilllle. i ll.-Ii (.. W\ill tliat wit ci whikl breakfast is cook Made in the following numbers and sizes: lOl pter c.nt gr ·-l r than sltel. ing. .W.hev water t Ioil , reserv.lr clll be moved away froll fire by shift MAJF rFTIi' RANGE ,Ht It;' are i ll madi of (tIIAI .iAt[, IRiN. N, ing l.vr ashon. Number and price does not in elude pressure boiler, other range in the world is nmle of this Inat trial. II ('osts ionsidlerbl, Mad. in l' fillowing n tmbers and sizes: inmore thiln sleel, but the I1.\.IIESTIC n\ever stands ta-k fir ist whin it :'in improve its range. This fIature t lolnl adds 3()0 per c.(nt to the life ,, No. Range Size of Oven Holes on Toll Top ('o'k' Sur. Price :r the MAJESTI?. No. Iunge Size of , vern llis on Topi To) T 'o'k g Sur Price 638 _ - x -2--- - n. - - 3-2- .-- - 2t00 Malltable iron is aslut ly necssary fitr tirfeot y air-tight jointis. It ..- - 638 15 x 21 4-8-in. 32 x 28, I $54.00 is non-Ireakablt and carn t , .olt rivottd. 'Th, Maj.stic Itiingi is tltiadl .: 15 x 21 4--8-in. 3'; x x,. $55.() 644 18 x 21 6---in. 26 x 2O 660.(H) of M lttable iron; all jiinits are ril'et id I trfc tly iir-tight.i No hat ,s- ;t2 IS x "1 4--C-in. 36 x 28 $60.00 647 20 x 21 6- -in. x 28 .OO eales ir clold air enters ratigi,, thus Ieating the t\'vn itticilly andl right t 145 1 x 21 6-8-in. 36 x 2S ' $.5.00 650 18 x 23 4--9-in. :n86 x 340 1628.50 with about half the fuel uo(td in a range imatih if east iron, whtere juoints 2 x -- n. 38 x .OO 650 28 x 23 4--9-in. :,6 a , S it $ 2.50 tiust i'. huolted and last-ut t,,gi.ther with sto'\ t y 4txutt-. 3,rx 2C½ $T.00 653 20 x 3 6-9-tn. 26½x to $70.00 ' 51 1. ix 23 4-9-lin. 36; x 30 $6.150 956 22½x 23 6--9-in. 41 x 30 $S5.00 All ranges wiii work rigtit at first gnu until thi Iilts and sttove ItuittY 5 2½x 23 6-9-in. 41 x 30 $S5.0 Sget loose, then the tr,-u , tt .n tietuces. \Vitth ii Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Range, whir, all parIs are so rlvut(d that they can't come louse, your repair and fui.l till is sin till, atl life of range three or four The Range With the Reputation limoes as ong. Your Neighbor Has One--So Should You We want every housekeeper-the young and inexperienced and the old and ex- The programs for the different days are so varied that it will be to one's advantage ,perienced-and every professional cook in Missoula to visit our store this week to attend every afternoon. There's much to be gleaned from Professor Becker's and see Professor Becker prepare all manner of good things to eat and cook and lectures and any woman who strives to improve herself in matters pertaining to bake them with a Great Majestic Range. Each afternoon from 2 to 5. economy in household affairs will regret missing one.