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STUDENTS DOLL UP!
FOR MUSS WITH t I AGGIES RIBBONS, BEARING WAR-CRY ARE CIRCULATED BY UNIVER SITY UNDERGRADS. 'PCet the Aggles." This is the battle-cry with which the varsity team will go Into battle against the Parmners next Friday afternoon, Its adptltitn as the offi cial slogan if lth (;rizzlies anld their followers was signalizedl yesterday hiv the hoisting to every loyal Mlontalnal button-holc and shirtwaist, of the university's tricolor, carrying the warI cry aind the date of the conflict. The students themseltes had ichrge's of the preparation of the little ladges and star.rtetd lrtull~ting tl)ini yester daY. iteforre dark eve\ry studellnt was wearing oltne and today the towins people will be decora ted. In ortlder to defray the cost of th Ie ladges ten cents will tI,- charged fi-r ieah onc. Any sulrplus which remaltilns w',ill go to the football funt. Bfly these badges will the \nsity's sullportcrs h knh l .own. To Help Spectator. The students inl charge of the game are makinlg piretparations to assist those spectators tho arei not inti mately acquainted with the game. If C'oacth Itunker's consenlt an lie gai ned every player will lie nuirnleredl aindl free programs i\ ill enable the tpeople in the sltands Ii, iidentlify the men. i The lintes will Ile l"tiearly marki.d , that the lrigtoss of lthi bIttle ian he estimnated without trouble. In front of the stlands a t itan tith a megaphonelt will lie stttiited. Ihe will not interler', with thei pltasiuri' if the spectators by interpireting every play. but whllenever any unusuall iocu.iitrrenii needs etxplanation the matt with the trumpet will b.I oin tih jlob. lie will give re-asons for penaltities and maket clear any intricate detal which moiiy cole 1111i . To further this ' First Aidi t lih Spectator" work a brief article ex plaining the rudiments of thet gamei' will be printed in 'lT'h- Missouliatn Thursday morniing. This article will not go into detail, Ibut will attemtplll to make clear the larger aspectl(s I the game so that I.people' who dio nottl uinderstand fotlibll iialy read and get at good idea of what is going on "while the battle is in progress. This article will le compiled by thet sports staff of this paper in (conjunllltitlll with football explerts fromn the nite .rsit y. iI areftill| study of it will enable anyone to watch the game with pleasuret'. I-oot hall is really a scintlific struggle, full of Inenditng inttresit to hint who 11It dlerstandsll the gat'll allil ste biieyondil the rteuirrent ptile-tips ltiii in'. ti big tiling tol the aoerag- Ibeholder. Students to Entertain. Before thie gauine and duIllring the ini 'ermission the InIivtrsitly students will keep thlilngs goinig. The I resltniet hlave severtal good sittlltts in rteser\P and an intrica:e serpentine dalIncet will tie the feature of tlhe intvrmnissioin Ihe tween thie halves. The Aggies cain tc counted o' n tI lo their share, too. A big IlUlneltl of rooters is tOltitig with thle tiieatn aind the crackl slat, ctilleg, lhantd will Ih .st the flarmer stock. It is going toi ie1 tie bii gest coillegei -vernt of the decaite, sto lar as U1is stila, is tconclitrnedt , and i lothing hich wi ill hel the tior 'till be - Stop couighlng! youi rack the lings ind worry the body. 13allard's ltore hound Syrupl checks irritation, heatls the lungs andt restortes comllfortablte breathing. Price 'F'c, 5ie and $1.00 per bottle. Sold l1t ;alrden (city D]rug Co.-Adv. LOOSE LEAF Ledgers We make, ruled to suit your individual needs, all kinds of Loose Leaf Ledger Binders and Sheets We would be glad to have you call at our new bindery department, second floor, Missoulian building and see Mr. Lebkicker and explain to him just what you want. If you haven't time to call and see him personally, phone or write him. Job Department Missoulian Publishing Co. VOTES ARE WAIlING' SOMEWHERE FOR YOU ONLY FIVE DAYS MORE BEFORE CLOSE OF GREAT CONTEST EVERY MINUTE COUNTS. There remain but fie, daiy.s eaf the big piano contest and the race, as it neIrs the endil, waxes more aind more keen. On the night of Novemlber 17, the ballot hox will be closed at 7:3U i.clock and any votes deposited later thanl that, time will not hle counte'd. So, girls, be stir you have aill of your biallots in the box in time to have Ilthem countied to your credit. would hei a terrible disappointment 1', hal.\ve votie enough to Ilace, you inl thet circle with lit'h winhining and thenl- lose out just heitausen you failed to wattch the hamls it the clhick arefully. Don't let that thappenl. Yolo ' never forgive .vyorselvesf. Anld sayi. di ii' lay hlu.k on the oars jusl b(caueli' you'\ve got ai g ood start for lhe, goal line. Keep on pulling aml pile th total vote tort Yolirsel][ high ics you tuin. It's the greattest tllllnmler t'a theln. yn lllknoW, that lrin-gs the ialle airouind to your palrlor. 'hi'er'e anre,' I lot of otel-s lgging about t\oin chlat sholll d le talkel ilnto the 'antly of Somet contestant. Ster that overy volte' is sued is v'otdl. Th'ey are valelt,'ess it your frietnds to keep on workiting for yonl. Donit't get tisc.iuttrta gedi ii ySou ldonIt hl)appen, l 111 llhave ihIe pole and :e irlsn iTry It! Your Hair Gets Soft, Fluffy a nd Luxuria hnt at POner s I\e illr c , ' wins. K leep at it. Itat thg e i lt s. . 'ivt dIllt ys antI a is rtl ank i elt ul you wil r inrinng th JWllna ing. Oi t thi,. Vot es. 't l. tteP waiting for youi someuthere, itdat lr THICK, GLOSSY HAIR FREE FROM DANDRUFF Girls! Try it! Your Hair Gets Soft, Fluffy and Luxuriane It at Once. If yi u scarl for heavy hair, that glistens with eauty anls is radiant with life; has an inompa rable soft noss anth is fluffy and luggy strous, try Danderine. Just ongei a l-ica'ion doubles tf le boiauty of youtr hair, besides it imne dnetely dissolves rvery partile of dan druff, yen caunnittt have nice, heatvy, heralthy hair if you have dandruff. This destructive tsurf robs theif hair of its lustre, its strength and its very life, Tand if nt ov feel drome it anroducs a or everisliness and itching of the stalp; the hair roots famish, loosen and die; then the hair falls out fast. If yeur hair haerlln's ebglected and is thin, faded, dry, scraggy or too oil, get a -cel all rt ottlem or Knowl tons D alleri t drsts dg store or toilet counter; apply :t little as di rected ald Itn minutes after you will say this was ithe best investment you W\'e sincerely believe, regardless of everything else advertised, that if you desire soft, lustrous, beautiful hair anid lots of it- no dandruff--no itch ing scalp and no more falling hair you milIist eise Knowlton's 1Dnderine. If eventually why not now'?-Adv. Tonight. Tonight, if you feel dull and stupid, or biliohs and constipated, take a dose of c'hamberlain's Tablets and you will feel all right tomorrow. For sale by all druggists.-Adv. "GETS-IT" Gets h Corns Sure as Fate If You's Had Corns for Months or R Years, "GETS-IT" Will Remove is Them All In a Few Days. it "WVhew! hurts way up to my heart. B I've tried almost everything for corlns!" Co'rn-sufferers, cornless joy is at C hand. "GETS-IT" is the only real en- fi e.ny any Gcrn' .\,r had. Put "GETS ti "I Don't Wonder People Go Crazy Happy Over 'Gets-It.' It Gets Ev ery Corn Sure and Quick!" IT" on in 2 seconds, and away they go, shrivel, vanish. No more cotton rings to make the corn sharper and more bulgy, no more bandages to stop ctrulation and stick to the stocking, ln more salves to turn the flesh raw and make the corn "pull," no more knives or razors with danger of bleeding and blood poisoning. "GETS-1T" is painless, stops pain, and is absolutely harmless to healthy flesh. Warts and bunions disappear. "GETS-IT" gives immediate relief. "GETS-IT" is sold at druggists' at 25 cents a bottle, or sent on receipt of price to E. Lawrence & Co., Gh icago. Sold in Missoula by George Frelsh eimer. LOCAL BREVITIES 8',; money to, loan. J. M. Price Co. Adv. Popular music, 10c. Orvis.'-Adv. Jacob Ricker of Saltese had business in Missoula yesterday. Magazines. Smoke House, E. Cedar. -Adv. J. Mahoney was a visitor in Missoula yesterday from Wallace. Pathfinder cigar, 5e at all dealers. Adv'. WVilliam Longpre of Huson spent the d(ly (Ion buisiness in Missoula. It'll Gate coal, $5 per ton. IBell 19. Adv, J. A. Potter came into the city on business Nesterday from Arlee. Itoney to loan. McIntosh & Fisher. -Adv. AIrs. Flickinger of Philipsburg was a guest yesterday at the Shapard hotel. Borrow money through building and loan; pay tmonthly. See George i". IBroloks.-Adv. A son was bIrn yesterday to Mr. and Mrs. Johln lHartley at tillhir homelll on Nortlh First street. Mrs. Fred l,bert of Huson is in Mis (olll;t for .i few days visiting his slis telr-in-llawV, Mrs. Jentsen. hst lMontalna coal. $.50 i.per ton. M.. I. I'. Smith, Montalna bldg.-Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoddard and family are tnow comfortably settled in their new lhome at 6040 Brooks street. Newton II. Schweiker, optical spe Cialist,. Hluomns 203-205 Montania blk. --Adv. Miss Selma Pearson and Mlrs. Sain Walters are \away for ten. da s visiting friends iin St. Paul and other Minnesota points. ":1" whisky, guaranteed 14 years old. Yerrick's, 121 WV. .ront.-Adv. Miss (lttlrude SIo:n was here from her homo in the Bitter Root valley yesterday, the guest if Miss Dorothy Sterling. Marsh, the untdertakher. Phone 121. Adv. SMr. and Mrs. Teddy Martin and small son mIotired into the city for the day yesterday f'roin their home at At herton. Dr. WVillard, istetoath. First Na tional bank.-Adv. G(;orge Rlaff of the Western Mon ltna I'loturing miupiliany underwent fn operation yesterday ttiorning at St Patrick's hospital. 1)r. W\Vard, vete\rinarian. Both phones -Adv. Mr. and Mrs. ('. E. Constant have returned fromil their honeymoon jour ney and are at hiome at 711 Soutl l'turth street west. Dr. Anna James, osteopath. Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adtv. Ira L. f(regory, state agent for the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance com pany of Newark, N. J., called yesterday on the local agents, New\\lon & Gage. Dlr. Louise Smith, ostcopath. Ma sonic temple. Phone 618: res. 533 red. -Adv. DIrs. John Patton and daughter of Twin ,;ialls, Idaho, are in Missoula for two weeks, guests in the home of Mrs. Frannk Lichti at 720 West Pine street. Stenographer. DPawson, Montana Bl1k. -Adv. (tt li Lorson is here from New Mexl co. visiting his cousin, A. \V. lloover, :t his home on South Sixth street. Mr. l.orson mnay decide to remain in Mis soutla. Perma auto service; meets trainl 41 ltnd 42 daily. A. McFarland, njana ger.-Adv. Sam Mercer has returned from Pasco, Wash, where he went some time ago lto engage in business. lIe will visit with old friends here for a few weeks. Corsets, front and back lace, of the latest models, made to order and guar anteed. Phone 502 black.-Adv. Miss Mae Driscoll, who has been during the season in charge of the trimming for the millinery department of the Leader atore, left Sunday for her tome at Preston, Iowa. She was ac rompanied as far as Butte by Miss 01 le Martin, who returneq yesterday to 1 ter duties at the Leader store. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Boyd and Miss Ruth Kleinoeder were here from Ham Iton yesterday, shopping and visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Theron Bailey. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at Th'i Missoulian of- 1 lice.-Adv. . Miss Frances Turner. who has been mor a week the glnost of Miss Dorothy Sterling at her hornt in this city, re turned this morning to hIer home in Butte. Dr. Allen Harde.nbrook, father of Mrs. J. R. Toole, exp'ects to leave in about a week for Iios Angeles, where he will be for the winter months, as is his custom. Money to loan ,n ranch and city property. H. D. t'istlcr, 113 E. Main. -Adv. Miss Nita McEtlroy, who has been visiting in Portland sin('e early sum mer, is the guest ,,f Mrs. Zella Knowl ton on Vine street. She will return to her home in Helen., Thursday. Charles E. MaKeE. n spent Sunday and part of Monrl t in Missoula, mak ing his semi-annual crall upon local merchants. He is northwestern agent for the Empire line d' railways. IPaxton hotel: new management. Steam heat; comfortable rooms for winter.-Adv. Dr. S. H. Mctc'; made a profes sional trip to the homet of Mr. and Mrs, ('arl J. Higgins, n.ar IHLrper & flaird's mill, Friday. A di;ughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. Higginsr at that time. W. L. Gassert 1,,.s returned from a visit of two weerk with relatives and friends in northcern- M innesota. Mrs. Gqssert, who arii.urlranied him east, remainedl for a l.onger visit at Pine River, Minn. The Missoulian has tlhe rest du plicating secontl shtrets for letters. $1.00 per 1,000.-- .n. Mrs. Poulln of Itixon, whoi has been ill at St. Patrick's hospital, is very much better ant has left the hospital. She will remain with friends in the city for a few days rftre' leaving for her home at Dixon. Dfr. and Mrs. W. F. Robinson and Miss Fn.annie lin.,insin have mloved from the house .! 431 South Second street, which has beI.'en their home for tihe last ten year-, intoll tr new holre at 021 South Third s~:reet. Dr. C. L. HBurdlratt goes today to Butte, where he its called as a witness in the case of the I 'ritedt States against Officers Lease ,rnd M'acDonald, to be tried there November 12. tither wit nesses called from here are tGeorge Martin, Karl Goetz, Harry Thompson and Gilbert Hotl. Miss Ritta Ctult, r, whoir has been visiting the past thrre months in ('olo rado has returnedt to Montana and is visiting at the biine of her mother, Mrs. Zella Knowiiitin, on Vine street, before going to Itonan, where she holds a position with the Flathead Inde pendent Telephone company. C. C. Perry went Sunday to Ovando, where lie will treslume work as cashier of tile First StaIte bank of Ovando. Ed win c'yr, who has been subsiituting for Mr. 'Perry at Ovando during the three weeks he spent in Missoula, returned last rveining to this city and his work at lilne t:tlllndinavlan Ameriann r ank. LOCAL SOCIETY Excelsior Bible Class. 'I'he Exce lsior Bible class, taught by A. B. Iloblitlt, in the Methodist church Sunday scho I, will hold its regular quarterly sdc.ial session this evening at the home of Mrs. J. H. Inch, 125 South Fourth street ,ast. Music Department. Mrs. \V. I. Moore was hostess for the music detlrie r nent of the Missoula Woman's lub yesterday afternoon at her home on East Main street. A large number of ladies attended and enjoyed thIe iaper on "Music in Fin land." r.ead by Mrs. George Porter, and the voeal st,l, "Jean, My Jean," sulng by Mrs. llatohlr Sloane. A socinl hour and refrershlu, its followed the pro I gram. Whitcomb-Mix. Miss .\Adtla \Vhltcomh and Nor man Mix were lmarriedl in the church of St. Fran.cis Xavier yesterday morn ing at i;:30 ,' 'lock. Father Gilbert tlperformed t Ir. ceremony in the pres ence of ia vet, small company of Inti mate friends tf the bride and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Mix went away for a short we(dding journey, and iupon their return thtey \ ill reside upon the Mix ranch on Miller creek. Shackalow Spread. Loring M ills was host at a spread B given Saturnlacv evening in his own private den, which is furnished in a shack on the la\rn of the Mills home on South Second street. The guests who had part in the jolly affair were Brice Toole, Jaclk rStrling, Bruce Pritchard, Good All Round Saids to good health-and to the strength, comfort and cheerful nesswhich depend on thecondi tion of health-are the famous,' time-tested, safe and speedy BEECHAM'S PILLS q d evrrwhere. In basis. s.. M., WANTED. IMPROVED MISSOULA PROPERTY or town lots, well located, in EX CHANGE for 160 acres first-class land 25 miles southeast of Bismark, N. D.: all tillable; two railroads five miles. W. H. Smead Company Higgins Block. Phone 212. Missoula, Mont. Albert Whaley. Clyde Jones, Willard Jones, Lewis Napton and Warren No ble of Hamilton. Lutheran Ladies. The Ladies' Aid society of the Evan gelical Lutheran church will meet to morrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Max Kranich, 503 Woodford street. All ladies interested in the work of the church are asked to be present. Socialist Ladies. The women's Socialist committee will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. L. E. Harris at her home in Daly addition. Ladies may take the Fort Missoula car or the Daly addition car to reach Mrs. Harris' home. Mrs. Kline Guest. Mrs. P. J. Kline was a guest over Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Myers on Woodford street. Mrs. Klirni expects to leave Missoula about November 25, to go to Los Angeles for the winter. A Surprise. A company of ladies and gentlemen gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Walterskirchen last evening to surprise Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Schatz, Mrs. WValterskirchen's parents. who are to leave Wednesday for a visit to their old home in Germany. The company included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heckler, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Kuphal, Mr. and Mrs. Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Herweg, Mr. and Mrs. Schindler. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Borman, Mr. and Mrs. Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Schlung, Mr. and Mrs. Guettler, Mr. and Mrs. Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Hay ford, Mr. and Mrs. Sherk, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Walterskirchen, Mr. and Mrs. WVm. Walterskirchen. Mr. and Mrs. Schatz, Mesdames Redle, Hornsby, Volbrecht, Hauf, Misses Olson, "Thayer, Schatz, ('urtiss, Campbell and Lynum, Messrs. Antone Schemit and Willie Walterskirchen. Mrs. Hlckler made a clever presentation speech in -behalf of the friends assembled, giving a hand some leather traveling bag to Mr. and Mrs. Schatz, with tihe injunction that with it should go happy memories of Missoula friends through all the long journey in foreign antds. The remain der of the evening was occupied with a game of cards and with an elaborate late .supper which Mrs. WValtersklrchen ha d servted in the C'offee Parlor. Cause of Insomnia. The most common cause of insom nia is disorders of the stomach and constipation. Chamberlain's Tablets t correct these disorders and enable you to sleep. For sale by all drug gists.-Adv. BOURDEAU CHANGES. L. F~ Bourdeau has resigned his po sition with Barber & Marshall and has bougtht an interest ill the grocery st're of Thee Smet on South Higgins ave niue. Mr. Bourtleatn has beecn connected 5 with the grocery business in Missoula Sfor four years. lie has many acquaint ances here. leo Day You wil find that a cup hot bouillon occasionagly diking the dqy will invig orate and refresh you. Keep a stock of ARMOUWRS BOUILLON CUBES in the house. A cube to a cup makes delicious bouillon already seasoned, tn beef and chicken flavors. All Grocers and Drugists 7 srr .. 5 u .. Ara.s. aid C.aeesm. Q+.... riuou rellJlol.es TANGO Turkey Trot and the Hesitation Waltz. Complete in Three Reels Motion Picture Dancing Lessons Will Be Shown at the BIJOU THEATER Thursday, Friday and Sat urday, Nov. 13, 14, 15 A New Epoch in Motion Pictures The instructors are Wallace McCutcheon and Miss Joan Sawyer TWho have been the sensation of the New York theater roof garden this summer, and dancing teachers to the "400," charging $25 for a sin gle lesson in any of the above dances. You get all three dances complete for the small price of ad mission. DISSOLUTION SALE =BARGAINS IN= Men's Clothing and Overcoats Kuppenheimer and Frankel system clothes represent the newest and best in men's high and medium priced clothing. In looking over the prices that follow, you must bear in mind the fact that our prices are always the lowest that can be had on quality clothing. The prices that follow in clude all our black and blue serges as well as fancy weaves: $35.00---Sale price $23.50 $30.00---Sale price $21.50 $27.50---Sale price $17.50 $25.00---Sale price $16.50 $22.50---Sale price $15.00 $20.00---Sale price $13.50 $18.00---Sale price $12.50 $15.00-Sale price $11.00 $12.50-Sale price $10.00 $10.00-Sale price $7.50 $7.50-Sale price $5.00 tiordon Hats $2.40 Stetson Hats $3.50 Link Nlercantile Company 125 HIfiilNS AVENUE I