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IS MINNERLY'S FLIGHT MISSOULA RIGHTFULLY CLAIMS TWO YOUNG AVIATORS WHO ARE MAKING GOOD. Misso.la can rightfully lay claim to two real aviators, for tlinv. vottig men, both hav'ingj lived all their' lives in .tss.iila, have reatclhed smlh tirfeetliont in the art of flying that they l e nlo\ being recuognized with the best ex hibitors whit have colite to the northl west. 1Walter t(eck and his stuccessful flights of recent weeks iare fresh ill the minds of every one here. Yester day iarnei word from Wilson Mitinertls, ion of Mr. andi Mrs. W. L. Minnerly, concerning tnto ti'icessful flights thatl he made within an hotur of each other at BlooIs.bltt'r. Pa.. w\ het.e he appeared as one of the attl'ractiions at the coulnty fair. Fiollowing is an extract from the Morning P'ro. oif that city which gives tan idea of his flight: Spectacular. "'1, lland ulp went tihe plalne, until its \ellow canvas blurred into a great black silhouette against the i'lotled sky. With bnt-hatick necks alnd strain ing eyes the th ousandils ,on the fair groutlnds l'oll'owed tllh Iini vceiientis oif the itmachine, "v hich lrusheld iriss the Skvy abtov' Ithemi at N) miles an hilouit. So high had Miinnerly" r;sen that the teirrific sitpeed iof" his racitng plane spelle. d it,, more thtn that of a trolley tar. inl the ulncetusings scramt of the prtaeller and the motoiir suggested lhoi ftearful ratle at which lthe frail craft of sticks aind tcloth Vws beaPring its ill Irepid driver, nearly i tluartiir of a mile above the earth. Among the Birds. "As lie flew the aviitor threw oult It handful of , art, c ti ill the fillrll of birds, advertising sinme fairgrogunld :lt tractiln. Sweefping back from the aeropllane, the etirds flultteredt in the disturbed air cuirrents left by the push of the prtI'pelter, Fpresenting tin appear Inei not unlike it flock of birds. "'()h,' cried ia w\citiain in the grand stand. 'lle has hit some birdsti' "Again alinnerly turned over lth town, and agaii the sound otif the whirling propeller stlopped business. In the streets, it windows, in doorwtlys, high i)ii fire eiscaitlps stood peopll watching, shielding their eyes from the blinding siin against which he flew. Not it few telesclitpes and otperai glasses were lev'oled it tlhe mthItitne as tpeople down on the ptiostic earth strove toi atcth a glimpse otf the bird-mautn, in his I chine, lp :illi n g the cloudtils." Card of Thanks. Mrs. tI. T. andl .1. Nville wish to thiank their frienlds f.or the kinttllllss tand siiiympathy sholIIwn tho durinig the recenllt illlltss andI death of thll r bte loved mother, Mrs. Alice E. Ne\ilhc. -Adv. W'ihen the chest feels ton fire andiil the throat hIirllns. you tlare indiges tion, and you need lhrhinte to get rid of the disagreea. lei feeling. It trives out adlly liagstid fiood, Ptrengthiens the 'tollach ndtll p rifies the hiwuels. Price 'iii. Silt bIy the (Inrden 'ity D)rug, cllpant, -Adv. Card Party. The tlaiis iio the 'V'. It. I. c ill give ' a ,'nrd party this aft 'rnoon at 2:3i ihi (tilt( I'F l Io s lall. E 'vlerybodly ii vited, admiission '', uents.' Adv. It Pays to Trade Where You Can Buy and Save We are holding our Harvest Sale in mid season, just in time for you to purchase your needs at a saving. Sea sonable goods at a con siderable lower price than you can secure them elsewhere. Women's ready-to-wear, domestics, wool dress goods, silks, underwear, etc. Some of the goods advertised the first week have been closed out, others have been reduced still lower, but the lot being too small to advertise a visit to the store is the only way you can secure these bargains. Come in and look from one end to the other. Counters and showcases hold the bar gains that await you. Now is the time to buy furs. All furs dur ing this Harvest Sale re duced 10 per cent. Coen - Frisher Co. MISSOULA BOOSTED IN RAILROAD'S MAGAZINE GARDEN CITY GIVEN UNUSUAL AMOUNT OF SPACE IN EM. PLOYES' PUBLICATION. The enterprising stlirit which has miade' \.issoulat division emniployives of thei Milwaukee build up model station grounds andi provide ulnisual a'comt - iodaittions for travelers over the inilage under their ears has given the Garden city a splendid lot of adver tising in the current number of the Milwaukee's ' "Empll loye . Magazinie. Missiulat and the division whose head iti:trtiers is here are given an unusual : in0tdl of space in the mnagzline, thanks to the interest taken by the lo vail eti lt.-res. There is an article on "Bltauty and I'leanliness" in which the western Miontana stations are given higher nlarking than any other; an illustrated feature describes new iii provement.s to thel shops it Dler' i.itlge: the new line through the Sil ver .iow c.iinyoni is discussed at length; the meetitng of the Puget Soundl Pi Ii'neers' iclub is given a full page: the "Safety First" neeting held in Mis stla is reported in detail., and . H. Nelson, 'uorreslotttdtent for the 1Mis+itula division, tihas ita long and initeresting letter in the magatzine. Altoigethler Mtissotula is givein nline full pages of sipaci in i plluhlieation s'erving aill tlhe t ilwtokete lines tandt itmplli ris ills g .lcly 4 plage's of Ieuding itttir. The Handcar Race. Mr. Nelson tit the letter from the Missoul,t division luays particular at tentinl '- tll e handcar racee Ibetweent 'reiws f!rotll the Milwaukll-ee and the Northern Pauific in which the "Steel 'rail' s" men were ibeaten. lie says: "Soilmte people say with a stifled aivwn thlt Mlissoula is a 'dead tone.' No one, lot eve'n thie Wrst pIesNimlisti' tender fot lll, l an say sihe w S dead tili the "That was a big day hetre andil even 11t \weathelt r tiiian did his best to assist i celebratinlg by taking it rest. "It was. a 'sane' Fourth, ibut lnum li'rs oni , he program were so nu elrus alnd varied that no one miissed lthe ctirnnon cratckers and uisial noise. "After a lengthy and gorgeouts pa adle of bttautiful floats prepared by lodges, clminmercial houses and indus rial workers. which had charmed the thousands iof spectators, we waited ireathlessly for the most novel featulre if thei entite progrtant. "1 itilt hears if alllmost 've ry kind of i I e Iwad\\' adys, is)lt no doult few a;li' witnessed a handcar race. ()iiur sii'tiiii hu s we're to ie the tiu,.s fr'ot the' Nor'thternll P'i fic. Conllsider ing the usuall rivalry between these ruls, Ipartictularly in tihe northwest, lithe enthusiasml \was ait a high pitch. "Olur bys lost. And the rival car ,ice in so fillr it ahead that we were ishalle(a , not lieaisllnt our bliys had not hou their \'very hest, lbut because it iwas very appailirent that iour handcear .Vas niit in ast gool)d( c'ndition as that rom thh Nrthern Pac'ific. ''"This should he a letsston ito eivery section foretnlanl on the' line and they st.houhl keep their ears in good condi tiin I lt till times. "The IfW minutes lost in those few >lthks lengthen into hours when the non have to l'nntp a couple of) ( iles sveral tinies aI day, to say nothing of more energy being required to atcom ulish thile slame resultsi "Let's hope that next year there will e ai r lepe'ttition of thei hand'lar riace, tut th t tihl r'stlt will Ie sll far itn tll fvotr as i lt w fs in fIvor of tlihe Northern t'iclii' this year"' i',uild or 'harles I'. W ihle of the Northern ixeit ic, wvho Iaid off for sev. , r layl d - in urter to testify in the trial sit li ent : iill it sailt agailst tilhe Poli - nliyxi, returne.ild e, teriday to his tnll on tlhe North tost Limited. S11tul'intendent llitdsall of the Rocky .loxiintainu divisionl of the Northe'rn ei hil'ic ellt toi \Vallacet yesie 'd ty li·tlll Ing on it ihort trip f uinspection. li will Itllur this afti l ernoon. ,eo rge .L. Lovell, tilrlhwestern Ipas srigenr agent for the W\' sh :i lines, lift lissuiila yesterlday for his headqilnr teil in Minnllloni lis. Al'. Lovell visited' ,llhere S.ln y. lissuIlxx \\ax-s tihe west ern tce lmnal ofit his tlili. (horgp Mi. tice, dliision engineer of the iotlumbin divislan of the Milwau klio, left yesterday for Seattle aifter visiting in Missoula Sunday. Mr. Rice was in chaTirg ofi tihe tostrlction of thel Milwaukee's Slpokane bratch and is Iimow taking ix shoirt vacation. Supllerintndent l. . Willard of the Milwaukee is confined to his home with al hilt cold. xConductor A. .1. Btrill iof tthe North ern Pacific returned to his run tin Nos. , and t; yesterday afl'ter' at briel vacaition.l Bliakean ii '. V. Snytvder oif the Norlthlernl Pliie left yesterday for se Lttle. where Ih, will visit fr .i fewi -.- -- - I'red Dodge of the chief lerl'k's office f" the Northern Pacific left yesterday lfor Sipokilne to spend at week of his Stomach Trouble and Constipation Cured. "I was slclk for three years witn stomach trouble and constipation, doctored continutally with different physicians, with only temporary re lief," says Mrs. Hester Waite of Antwerp, t(hilx. "A friend advised mte to try t'hamberlain's Tablets, which I did, and continued to use them for one year, and they com pletely cured ome, not only of the stomach trouble but also of the con stipatiun." For sale ,l' all druggists. -Adv. COURT GIVES BOYS INTO CUSTODY OF SISTER HUMPHREY CHILDREN WILL GO TO DAUGHTER OF MAN WHO NEGLECTEQ THEM. Judgei Pattersonl f department No. of the district court yesterday signed a decree in the tiase of the two minor bhys, W\alter and Ernest Itumnihr'y, h. h were. taken frot the custody of their father some days ago after he had Ibee tried before a jury oni a charge of neglecting his family. The court ilaced the boys in the custody of heiir sister, .Mahel IlHttmlhrey, 22 years Sti1e. aI1nd orders that the father shall pay $u20 per month toward their sulpport. This was Ihe :Ition reton eltdlld by Will Cave, detluty state ihumane officer, who caused the suit against lnumphrey to be prosecutted, and lihe was well pleased when he heard of the orIder yesterday. RAILWAY MAIL CLERKS AND TYPISTS WANTED Two examinations of impor;tance will be given in Missoila next imonth. O)ne is for the lsition of ste-nographer andt typewriter in the field service, to be held November li: the other Is for railwvay mail clerk and t ill take place four days later. It is stipulated that persons dlesiring totk tak he railwa mitail examination mlust be unider 3" years of age, must he not less than 5 feet 5 inches in height tint must weigh at least 130 pounds in ordinary clothing. It is also required that they be bona fide resi dents of the state. in which examineti. Thel de; artlntental circular announcing this test draws attention to the fact that thee ligible register in a ntlmber If states, of which Montana is one, has been neaiIrly ilepleted andl that the op portunity for appointnwnt is therefore excellent. The entrance salary is $190 a year. Application blanks and further in formation regarding either of these examninations may be obtainedt from Leif Fredericks, the local civil service secretary, at the tpostoffice. BREAKS A BAD ItOLD IN A JIFFY! TRY II "Pape's Cold Compound" Gives Quick Relief-Don't Stay Stuffed-up! 'Youi can iItdt griple atnd break iup a severe cold either in head, lihest, body or limbs, by taking a dose of ' iape', s i 'oi ( Cotmp)Iltitund" every two hours until th'ree doses are taken. It promptly opens clogged-up nos trils and air piassages in the head, stolps nasty discharge or nlose run ning, relieves sick headacho, dullness, fevierishness, sore throat, sneezing, slcteness atutl stiffness. hlon' stay stuffed-ul- ! Quit blow intg atnd snufflllg! Easte youlr throb bing hetadi-nothing else in the world gi\vs siuich prompt relief as "Papei's ('oldt ('omnlponndl," ft hicch costs only '25 'rents at anty Idrug store. It acts without assistance, tastes nice, ianIi tlcauses no iinconveniientce. te sur yout gel the geniiliii---Auly. NOTICE )1ipththerria and other contagious diseates arc caused by rutbbish atnd filth. I tltobserve that maIIy alleys a(nd back yarls ill this city are in it ire ploable conllition. Everybody is hereby notilfietd to remove all rtubbish andl filth forthwith as freezing wrath cr is near at hanlld or sutffer th1e pe'n alty whicth will be absolt tely enforced. ,IAMI S M1. Ithl AD)IES, Mayor. -Adv. The Missoula Audit (Co. has opened an offlice in the Masonle temple, room 14, and are prepared to aud;t the books of corporations or firms, fur nish complete financial statements, opeln and close books, furnish trial balances and lmake out monthly state mnlets. All business private and con fidential. Mtr. A. L. Davis, who Is in charge of the work, has had many years' experience as an expert ac counitant and as traveling auditor of the revenue department of the U. S. government, and will be pleased to call upon ylo and fulrnish estimates. -Adv. Use Bassett's the Original Native Herbs for constlpation and rheuma tism; 50 tablets cv St 25e at all drug sitR.--AmV Ranch on Flathead For Orchard Tract W'e have a good antd well im proved 160 acres on F'lathead for sale at $40 per acre and will accept a desirable orc'hard tract near Mis soula valued at not more than $5,000 in part paymlent. Balance on long time. Will sell all livestock and ma chinery on ranch at its actual value and give long tinme on this also. Further particulars on aptpllcation. W. H. Smead Company Higgins Block, Missoula, Montana. Phone 212. NATIONAL COUNCIL NOW MEETING CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH HAS VITAL QUESTIONS AT IS SUE IN MEETING. I:\very three year<i tilhe c'ngregation alists meet In naltional counil. Thlis %iear the council convenes in Kansas City, Mo., on October 22 to 29. At this lmeeting many (Iqul-st.onis will be dis cussed, all of whitch lo-t .oward better S'hristian service,. l'rhaps the one topic which will receive greatest at tention is the rei ,lrt of the colmittee of 19 and the retception this report shall receive in the ii iltnctiI. This com mittee was appointed three years ago to draft new articles of policy which would simplify the .t.lehsiastical ma chinpry and at thli. same time con tribute to greater ,ffit iency. The of fort will be to consdldatte cirtain 5s tieties and offices, It, ctreate greater unity and efficient.. \\hilte pireserving liberty in the local churcth aitnd have greater concentration in the hIonev,-. lent work of the churh. However, this is inoit thle most Im portant subject before the council, if the most widely discussied during the past three years. l.ffot's will be made, to secure larger anld oiret' uniform sal aries for the ministers; hetter pro visions for the aged and disabled tin isters and their wit 's. Iite attention will be given to thi sati-ii and in dustrial problenms iof i is day and tile church's duty to, Iakei so.cial justice possible. At the same tinl, tlhe concliil meets the seven affiliateit societies of tile denomin ation also miseet. In thIese mleetings men anil t\m!rii wtill be gatlll ered, not only from ll ry state in the Union, but frotm tevetry- ultuntry of the globei. There will be thrilling repotIrts from all the beneril-nt swork of the church. Still better,. a large numltler of young men antd \ omelt-n will be ,com missioned to go gto niIn lands as rep) resentatives of 'Christianity itn its sweet service oIf I\ i," for all ieoples and all countries. DOES YOUR HAIR SPOIL YOUR FACE? If your glass refl-ects good lt ks- nice features that woultd makit youl considered pretty it only your hair were more biec, mting--don't t ou mouilrn about it. Insteadl of imournl ing or envying others whose hair is prettier than yours, Iuse Harmony Hittir HBeautifier. aind let others eng-vy o uu. It is a delightful liquid hair Iressing tol beautify the hair--mnake it glossy, sifter, easier to put up in gratceful. wa\ y folds that will "stay put.. It polishes the hair until it shInes, and l ercomes th-e unpleasant, inly odor, \ ith a delightful fresh rose fragrarnce. IHarmony Hair I.autifier is very eatsy to apply-simply sprinkle a little on omur hair each tiint Ibfore brushing it. Contains no oil: \\ill not chane;.e the color of, hlair, norlt darken gravi hair. To k,,i, hair and scalp datlllrtlff fret- and(i cleanI, luse Harmony Slanml ioL. Tlhis tar liquid shatma,,o gives ani instlnltanio-us rich lather that iim itiediately i-enetrates to every Ipart of thei hair and scallp, insuring a ,l uick, thorough cleansing. Washed tiff just as quickly, the entire operation takets only a fo\- moments. Contains nillti ing that can harm the hair; leaves no harshness or stickiness-just ta Both piln-arations come in till - shaped, vrva noramental Ibo)ttle's, with sprinklr tops. Harmony Blair Beautifii-r. $1.00. Harmony Shamn i)pol, 50i. Bioth guaranteed to satisfy yot itn t\,1 , way, or your Iloniey bacuk. Sold iin this community only it ouIr storei ThIi Rexall Store--one of thie imore than 7,000 leading dlruig stores of tlh United States, Canadia and (lreatt IiBitain, which own the big I larmonity , lioratories in Boston, wherie titihe ituiuy celebrated Harmony 'Perfumells andi Toilet Preparations are Ilmadet . i-tula Drug cotI liay, soilth\lt.st i-liltier Higgins avenulle ttllld I,'rtlilt srii(-l, Missoula, OMllt,--Aidv. LOCAL SOCIETY In the Fifth Precinct. A se,"sinm 4 the Political Equality club was hi lI in the Fifth precinct yesterday ott,.Irnoon at the home of Mrs. Grein. It was the largest and mnlst entl.lln.i.tic gathering of the year inl this lprecinct. Chairmen of all the other Tr incts any many other ardent worl,rIr.s were present as guests. The ladile l.'ied themselves mnaking bags and ITiil nl:ints to be used on "Pen cil day."'' x! i h will be observed in Mlontania , )l,,l lher 25. Domestic Science Department. A sihl,lnd!n itart was made by the dolmestiic si lilee department of the WVolmillan'v IlTl yesterday afternoon at :i meeting hIeil at the home of Depart in'lt I('hali nil Mrs. George Briggs. A large nilumpl f members attended and considlered tit. programn of suthbjects to be givenll ITl year. Cabinet Tea. Tihe cabilnet officers of the univer sity YounlT \W\omen's Christian asso ciation alil th,, ladies of their'advisory board hehl ., conference meeting at the home if Mris. G. F. Reynolds .es terday aftl,rnilon. Many matters of inlmortance t, tthe growth of the asso ieation wer,, discussed and plans were made for delfinite departures in the religions nill the social work of tile assoeiatilll. Miss Ruby Jacobson pre sided livr the business session and 'Mrs. Reyvnil. assisted by several of the i oung lild.es, served tea and cake. The aidvisor\y board members present were MIsdailTnls Tylar B. Thompson, ('offnan, (i. P`. Reynolds, Mabel K. Hall And sMdis I:c.' #1Corbin. while Typewriters which, require hand settings .. of the carriage in order - - to reach the starting p point of any line are now out.-of-date. They have been ren- " dered obsolete by the Column Selector em ington Standard 'typewriterj Jo. of the Remington Typewriter ) Visible' Model 10 The Column Selector of the Model 10 Remington selects the exact point in each line where the writing is to begin-not by a step to step movement of the carriage-not by tedious hand adjustments-but by the automatic response of the carriage to the pressure of a single key. In ordinary letter writing the position for writing the date, the address, the first line of each paragraph, "Yours truly," and addressing the envelopes is reached instantly, the hands of the operator never leaving the keyboard. The time saving? Figured on the basis of the operator's wages, it amounts to exnough in a short time to pay for the riachine. Send for our illustrated booklet ý;. describing the many labor saving features of the Remington Visible Models Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) 105 WEST BROADWAY, BUTTE, MONTANA W. J. GROVER, Resident Salesman Phone 344 Black Missoula, Montana P. O. Box 1012 the officers were Misses Ja:lob'son, Huzel Ilawk, Florence Shull, c'orrine McDonl)ald, .l orenlce Lenrtno., ouise Sinc'lair, Huth I'r ink, r11ha llllllmer, (I;raie Althtt'wson and Vera l''tl e. Shakespeare Department. Mrs. T. II. )Dunstan, chairman of the' Sha;kespeare department of the Wom a1n's c'lul, was hostess yestea'day after noon for the first regular mleeting of this season. "A Midsummer Night's Dream' was selected as the play to be studied first this year andl Mrs. M. T. Ilndmannl l \\'I (was chosell as leader. Hallowe'en Social. The Christianit Endiet'lor society of theIt' resl> terian chliurclh will hold a Halloweo'en social in the church paur tots at S 'clocik Friday evening. Gaines and lenterlaiinments appr.opriate to the icet'asion will mark the evening. All youing Ipeople of the congregation and aniy strllngers who w\\lul like to do so are invited to attend. AVOIDIMPtaRE ILK for Infants .in Invalids set HORLICK'S It means tie Original and Genuine MALTED MILK The Food-Drink for all Ages Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form. For infants, invalids and growing children. Purenutrition.upbuilding the whole body. Invigorates nursing mothers and the aged. More healthful than tea or coffee. Take no substitute. Ask lor HORUCK'S 1 ORLICK'S eontPina Pure Milk FUNERAL SERVICE HELD FOR MRS. A. E. NEVILLE The funeral service of Mrs. Alice E. Neville, who died Saturday night, was held at 2:30 o'clock yesterday after noon at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Professor and Mrs. Rob ert N. Thompson on Blaine street. Many friends attended the service and others sent their tribute of flowers. 34rs. Neville is survived by a sister, Miss P.obble Jones, and by two sons, Robert J. Neville and Grandon L. Neville, all living at Nashville, Tenn., and by three daunhters-Mrs. Marshall ID. ('urrie of Ville Platte, La.; Mrs. I Robert N. Thompson and Miss Joanna Neville of Missoula. The body was shippe(d ,to Mrs. Neville's old home at Nashville for in etrment. FAKE SOLICITORS. S('omlmissioner -Houston, who is also chief of police, sounded a warning to the citizens of 'Missoula yesterday against some men who have landed t the city and are engaged in taking subscriptions for magazines. For 48 cents, or some other similar amount, payable in advance, the solicitors are offering a fountain pen and then some publication. Several fake schem have been uncovered recently and the official hopes that the warning will prevent others from getting "stung." BOY BREAKS ARM. The little son of Stephen Kalm, re siding at 907 Copper rtrcet, fell yes terday while pla)ing on the grounds of the Lowell school and broke hi. aril. Surgical attention \vas given lit once and the iljury wiill not pro\ve se'rious. The samte boy fell while play ing and broke his otllhr Iarm fiv or six mIotithis ago. WHITE SLAVER SENT UP. Portland, (Oct. 20.--John Alga, a Spanlliard, nmust steerve 10 yeatrs undter the white slave act for bringing his wife from Spain to America for illicit purposes. Bunts Perfect iakInPowder F1avorintEtracts A Partial List: Vanilla Lemon Almond Orange Ginger Rose Wintergreen Maple Celery Onion Try Them! "They Never Disappoint"