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' '- ilh '\ il - ,' ix \I i,,, i, 1 x tit ix 11 111 IImllI. vI , 1" 11, ' 1 .ii,1 ' lil, \\'hIu it, II11, I , x1" l i '., l II xxlii i TARDY CONFESSES. * I - \ i;iu' ' 'i '. It ,Ix t:xt, li i' I ' '' liii t". ll Ii' i, 1i - *, i -'s t. .- x , ul 'i'd I ii, l: 'l.'-x' , ' i Ii, USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE IN TIME AND YOU WON'T NEED ANY FALSE HAIR ... . ... ..... i i.' ti * r i-a n i tci mI I, riari 1. h i in ih' i r oi f the s a lp li.,s I'o a ' t he Ins of so m11u10 hair thIt Ithr t rsorral .ip-earance ic i-adl im:irrliu I. ' nrrwr t t his deftŽ 'l the resrt I .art fithil hair. Mlost .dli es s.nil r.-s-nt any irn pttation if j-rional iel- 'Ii-srsin and .ngectt. And .eit iry ,nflS coirnett Permit their n:Itlr;Il h:ir toi iromnr ro dull, hrittle and ]nstoness that it t!nks no hitter than the artificial. All this is as infortinate as It is ulnnecessary. Hair that is unsightly or thin may usually be anttributed to the malevolent activity of the dan dlruff germ. This vicious germ bur rows down into the hair follicle, ;shrtly destroying its life. The hair Health-Srength and Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey Go Hand in Hand There is nothing that stimulates di gestion and ena bles you to get vi tality, energy and strength from the food you eat like Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey It contains the splendid blood mak ing and system building qualities of ripe grain, carefully malted, so es sential to the weak and run down. No family should be without it. Buy a bottle today. Be sure the "Old Chemist" trade. mark is on the bottle. It is a guarantee of pur ity and excelle nce In sealed bottles only, atmost druggists, grocers and dealers. The Dully M1at Whiskey Co.. Rochester, I. Y. WORKMEN CARELESS ABOUT SECURING PERMITS CITY OF MISSOULA BRINGS TWO SUITS FOR VIOLATIONS OF BUILDING ORDINANCES. 'fT 'i' \ i f 'lissoula al,'iearedl as lllltlff inf two '( ses heard biefoire I I'ie .IIilge' Vmn ]'latIn yesterday. -'I'l'e nrst wins against cink ( avancder a 1i .-rty N. liaker, 'charglng lthlen with .itnce''diing with the wiring of the I'h rn.e, t"lehl building without first I i nr I f l initf. li.th electIricians I i tili, ti$ -ii l f.;;(. li'. T'h 'Sn. tll easei is against felorge 'I \, ?liil is charged with bIuilding l , Il. wilhlt 1 first I lsitilling a iter' i ll , jtlt F ' I i hil ' flt ilt'.s, Iwhlt also i in te tI lia f ii'i of hlIliing iinsl e. I1 '. ,\ Is 1t a ,ppealr in ' iu' i t It , iil. fialh i TELLS MISSOULA1 FOLKS TO RUB RHEUMATISM RUB PAIN RIGHT OUT OF SORE, ACHING JOINTS WITH OLD TIME ST. JACOBS OIL. ',unt fiflly! lain gin'ic. l oih lln lt i l i "pl tll jly." Not oli4 1case it fifty t requl ires internal.. fro 1noin l t S i rp ilrln ,ing! Ruh si s 'thi llng, ro l'i" i. Ijc bs ('liTl" •iri' ill j stolni ih "tcli r spot." .1nd Srelilef ~iles instl nly. "St. Jaconbs t tift" s a hartlIle.s rhemnII tisHI c1( re l iich ,e"er dis; ]ppoints anld anl not Iilrn '" discolor t]If, skin. I.Lnher uip! Quit comnplatining! (eit t smuall trial battle of "St. Jacobs Stii.," 'om any dru, g store and in julst SIImoment yoi 'lt he 'ree from TheI niinti, .ain, so0'I ss, stiffness aIll lli llg. Do(n't sullffr! Relief and1 ii it alls vyontl. "St. Jalobs (il" has Ir(d llililIns of rhletnl tiSIn sliffer ,", in the lulst half century, llnd is eist ;s good for sbiatia;l, neuriialgi, l lllbgo, h;ltekac llhc, sprains..-Adv. COAL CARRIER LOST. ,lointrT.,,l o. NoV .-The steam col Ih r Itr l.g'prt, sailing from Sydney, ('Ipe ltretln, with 42 men and a cargo f r-,,1 , ll.has l.on lost and probably all , r;t rtn pIrishid' , according to official an;Illlilnclllnts by the DIominion Coal cinljuilt. lhiy'h chartered the vessel. I\\"cage flound I the shores of Bird lil..l, Islnd in thi St. Lawrence river tail lh,, ..t ry of t|le tragedy.q].' ,,cornmes dead, loose and finally drops 'Tl,re Is n remedy sold bly all drug aits. the intelligent use of which n ill removd all traces of dandruff. It i'a i cleanses the scalp of all accumu lations and makes the hair shine with the luster of life and beauty. That remedy is Newbro's flerpicide, "the Original Dandruff Germ De strayer." Newhro's Hterpicide in 50c and $1.00 sizes is sold by all dealers who guarantee it to do all that is claimed. If you are net satisfied your money will be refunded. Applications may be obtained at the best barber shops and hair dress ing parlors. The lHerpicide Co., Dept. It., De trait, Mich., will send a nice sample and booklet to any address upon re ceipt of 10e in postage or silver. Missoula Drug Co., special agents. -Adv. LOCAL BREVITIES 8R money to loan. J. M. Price Co. Adv. F. B. Pickett is visiting here from D)en ver. Popular music, 10c. Orvis.'-Adv. W. S. Theobold of Salt Lake is a M issoula visitor. Magazines. Smoke House, E Cedar. -Adv. Paul T. Shaw is a business visitor here from Tacoma. Take luncheon at the Nonpariel. Adv. F. W. Icrazier of Helena is here to remain over Sunday. Hell Gate coal, $5 per ton, Bell 19. Adv. John Jones, a well known resident of Potomac, is in the city. Money to loan. McIntosh & Fisher. -Adv. Willirn A. Ryan uof Seattle is mak ing a short stay in Ihe h(arden ('ily. "Between-meal lunches" at Non Ipariel.-Adv. G. La Mar olf IPlutic came over yes terday to spend a couple of days here. O. W. Perry sells coal. His phone is 400. 306 Higgins Ave.-Adv. Beatrice Stillinger is visiting il the city from her home at Iron Mountain. Special music sale, 714 cents a copy. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co.-Adv. Arthur O'Rourke, chief clerk of the state fair, is in the city for a few days' visit. Borrow money through building and loan; pay monthly. See George F'. Brooks.-Adv. FI. D. Fuller came over from Butte yesterday. He is registered at the Palace. Best Montana coal, $6.50 per ton. M. R. C. Smith, Montana bldg.-Adv. C. B. Morrison of Spokane arrived in Missoula yesterday afternoon for a short business trip. Newton IH. Schwelker, optical spe cialist. Rooms 203-205 Montana blk. -Adv. (,. A. Whipple of Helena arrived here last evening and will spend Sun day with Missoula friends. "31" whisky: guaranteed 14 years old. Yerrick's, 121 W. Front.-Adv. Mrs. O. M. Elton is entertaining as a guest for the winter months, Miss Mae Johnson of Minneapolis. Marsh, the undertaker. Phone 321. Adv. (C. H. Babcock, a well known com mercial man with headquarters in Billings, is calling upon his customers in this city. Special musio sale, 71. cents a copy. Hoyt-Dickinson Piano Co.-Adv. Dr. Willard, osteopath. First Na tional bank.-Adv. Miss Margurite Connolly has re Iurned from Minneapolis, where she has been visiting relatives and friends for some time. Dr. Ward, veterinarian. Both phones. -Adv. lDr. Anna James, osteopath. Higgins block. Phone 834 black.-Adv. Policeman L,ou Fabert and the party w\ilh which he has been on a hunting trip for about three weeks, returned home yesterday with five deer. Dr. Louise Smith, osteopath. Ma sonic temple. Phone 618; res. 533 red. --Adv. Stenographer. Dawson, Montana Blk. -Adv. Massey McCullough has returned home from eastern Montana, where he has been for some time looking after Ihe purchase and shipping of a band of sheep to the ranges here. Perma auto service; meets trains 41 and 42 daily. A. McFarland, mlana ger.--Adv. Handy scratch pads and waiter checks for sale at The Missoulian of fice.-Adv. Born: To Mr. and Mrs. 0. V. Mc Intyre of Arlee, a girl haby. 'lThe ar rival was at 10 o'clock yesterday morning. Mrs. McIntyre was for merly Miss Alie I)emers of Arlee. Money to loan on ranch and city property. 11i. I). Fisher. 113 E. Main. -Ad\'. Paxton hotel; new management. Steam heat; comfortable rooms for winter.-Adv. Brakeman 11. l'. Cameron of tile Northern Pacific was operated upon for appendicitis Friday. He is at the company hospital and the last word yesterday was to the effect that he was doing as well as could he ex pected. The Missoulian has the best du plicating second sheets for letters. $1.00 per 1,000.-Adv. Mrs. l"red Lucas surprised her friends by reaching M issou l last night after a trip from China, where she and her husband have been for the past year. Mr. Lutcas is ex iipetted to reach Mlissoulla about 'hrist omas time to make a short visit. IDr. Ml. ti. Kuhl left yesterday for Saltest on professional business and will return today.-Adv. C. II. McLeod and Judge W. M. IBickford were among those invited from Missoula who went yesterday to attend the banquet tendered W. A. Clark by the Butte Chamber of Com nmerce. The affair was to commem orate the fiftieth anniversary of Mr. L'lark's arrival in Montana. The Perry Coal Co. wishes its cus tomers to understand that it has not changed location, but is still in the same office, at 110 E. Cedar street. Both phones 662. J. M. Swango, manager.-Adv. AFTERNOON MEETING. This afternoon at 3:30 at the Chris tian church, an address will be given by Dr. E. C. Anderson to men and boys only. The purpose of the meet ing is purely educational and philan thropic. The subject of the address will be "Clean Living." A male quar tet will sing and G. A. McAllister will render a solo. The meeting will be open to all boys of the city of. or above 12 years of age. _. -A Bountiful Feast of Thanksgiving Offerings In Our Ready-to-Wear Department We are determined to effect a thorough reduction in the size of our Ready-to-Wear stock and with that ob ject in view we have plunged the knife into prices that will bring results. / , t Women's and Misses' Tailored Suits LOT 1-Consists of black and navy serge and cheviot suits; strictly all- " wool materials;,formerly worth to $12.50; now............................. . ... 4. Lot 2-.Consists of suits made of tan, gray, blue and brown materials; also cheviots and serges; formerly worth $25.00; now)........................ $11.95 LOT 3--(Consisrs ,or wom.en. and misses' tailored and On all other women's and misses' coats not fancy suits in cheviots, eponges, matalisses, serges and mannish chets; spleClid styles, good colors and sizes; included in these three lots we will give formerly worth to $:2.50; now .. .............$1.9g One-Fourth Off LOT 4-Consists or season's newest models and colorings int cheviots, matarlisses, serges, wales, etc.; strictly high The regular price. This discount applies 1o every coal in class; beautifrurlly imadle and trimmed; not a garment in our stock. Many of them are late arrivals. All of them the lot but what is worth nearly double what we are ask- are absolutely this fall's purchase. ing for them; choice of the lot .............. .........$20. 905..0__ . LOT 5-Consists of evcrytlhing in our better suits in mrt.alisses. novelty cloths, eponges, ,oplins, etc.: suits Children's and Infants' Wihter Coats /4 worth to $50.00: choice o the lot.. ...............$27.95 Off Regular Prices Alterations will Ie charged for at the actual cost for the time required to do the work. All work guaranteed to be satisfactory. Silk and Wool Dresses at '/ and Less Women's, Misses and Children's Coats Such values have never been offered before in Mis souls. First cost is Ignored In our determination to re Every garment in the stock must go. We mean abso- duce stock. Here are values that merit your careful con ltttely what we say, and you will he quickly convinced of sideration. the truth of this statement when you inspect them. LOT 1-Women's and misses all-wool dresses in Pan LOT 1-Women's long coats, made of light weight ker- amas, serges, etc.; values to $12.50; now....................p4.75 sey, blue, blue and gray mixtures; formerly $7.50 and LOT s-Consists of wool dresses in light or dark colors, $10.00 values; nowt .......................................... . LOT 2-Consists of wool dresses in light or dark colors. LOT 2-WVomen's ong coats in pretty mixtures and solid In fine serges, poplins, etc.; values to $15; now...... $6.75 colors; good, heavy cloths; warm, serviceable garments; LOT 3--onsists of silk and wool dresses in silks, serges formerly $12.50 to $13.50 values; now..............$5.75 and Panamas; all staple colors; values to $18.50; LOT 3-Women's 48 to 54-inch coats in fancy coaTfngs, now ................ ....................... kerseys and plushes; many of them full satin lined; LOT 4-In this lot will be found many beautiful creations mostly blacks and navys; formerly $18.50 to $20.00; in light or dark colors, both in silk and wool; values to now ........... .... ............. ...... ...........$9.0 25.00; now .............................. .. 1 . All furs and sweaters will be sold during this big Thanksgiving sale at 20 per cent discount-one-fifth off All other dresses in silk, wool or party dresses we will the marked prices. Buy your furs now while the assort- give a discount of 25 per cent-one-fourth off the regular ment is at its best. marked price. Our Thanksgiving Sale of Linens Offers Unsurpassed Opportunities for Savings " Linens .for general use as well as for decorative L inens purposes are included. Towels, table linen, nap kins, doilies, centerpieces, complete sets, etc. The beautiful qualities and finish of these linens will delight you mightily, and their extremely small prices will greatly please your sense of economy. - Tea Napkins Extra Special Entire stock of fancy linen pieces in clun, Batten SThey come In l.-inch size, in fringed and hemstitched, burg and drawn worl; they make exceptionally fine m tassorted patterns and designs; very suitable for holiday gifts; 25 per cent discount. ptresents; 10 per cent off. Special Single Pattern Cloth Fancy Huck and Hemstitched Towels A beautiful piece of linentt, size 80x80, scalloped satin, fr- ý.' .rScalloped, hemstitched, embroidered buck towels, hand, plain center, Irish Inanufacutlre; specially priced 3with Iplaces for initials; these towels are 22 to 53 size; t 8.r C g - all irices; 10 per cent discount. 25 Per Cent Off on Linen Sets Guest Towels and Toweling Linen Squares and Scarfs S iri lii,' onf guest towels is very complete; we have thetm in all sizes, 30x30 fine art linen squares, hemstitched, special. . $1.00 rangig from 14x22 to 18x32, in fine huck, birdscye, in fancy stripe, plain, 30x30 linen squares, hemstitched; special ...751 emrlroidered, initial and many others; guest toweling by tie yard conme in 18x27 linen hemstitched scarfs; special ..6..... plain Iad fancy, in all qualities, birdseye, fine huck, 10 per cent discount. 18x45 and 18x54 fine linen hemstitched scarf; special $1.00 and $1.25 d 12-4xs-4 22x22-set $9.00; ribbon scroll with poppy..................... $6.75 12-4x10-4-24x24-set $20.00; satin stripe, tulip design............ $15.00 12-4x-4-22x22-set $15.00; satin stripe, rose border ................. $11.25 12-4x10-4-27x27-set $20.00; moss rose..................... ......... 15.00 -4x---27x27-set $17.00; scroll design .......... . $1.7 10-4x10-4-27x27-set $18.00; American Beauty ............................ $13.50 d t-4x ---27x27-set $22.50; plain center, tulip design ............. $16.90 10-4x10-4-27x27-set $18.00; carnation design........................... 13.50 " cent di t o 90(x126--24x24-set $17.50; stripe and tulip entwined ..... . $13.10 0 per cent discount on 80x80-24x24-set $15.00; chrysanthemum design ................................... $11.25 Napkins and Table Linen 8-4xS-4--2x24--set $8.00; thistle pattern ................................ ... ........... 00 by the yard -4x8-4--21x24-set $8.00; poppy pattern ............................ .................................. ...... $6.00 by the yard 45x45 cloth, 15-inch napkin, satin stripe; $5.00 value; special $................................................3.50 Irish and Scotch linen by the 72x72 cloth, 15-inch napkin, lily design; $8.00 value: special ............................. .................20 yard the kind that is depend- 65x80 cloth, 18-inch napkin, lily design; $9.50 value: special 8........................$.55 atblc; many of the pieces can 64x80 cloth, 18-inch napkin, dot design; $7.50 value: special $6.......75 y lhe matched in napkins; sub- 65x80 cloth, 18-inch napkin, tulip design; $9.00 value; special .....................................................................$8 10 slantita.ly reduced during this 65x65 cloth, 18-inch napkin, tulip design; $8.75 value; special ................ ... .......$7.. ..88 Thanksgiving Sale- 68x68 cloth, 20-inch napkin, lily of valley design; $11.50 value; special ........$............10.35 2 2(I 65x80 cloth, 20-inch napkin, dot agsd rose design: $10.00 value; special ....... $9.00 20 per cent off 65x100 cloth, 20-inch napkin, carnation design; $12.50 value; special ........................... $11.2 co-EI-Ri (0 CONTlSH1R(C. c _oNIRneR Q PROMINENT RANCHER DIES OF -INJURIES A teleg t.a received in Missoula last night Iruml Tom Hickey told of tihe death if .ames Ilickey in the Murray hospital in Butte at 8:30 last evening. The dead man was tukon to Butte last Tuesday after he had been crushed by a falling tree on nis ranch near Philipsburg, and his brother,, T'l nl lickey of Missoula, has been at his bedside since that time. James Hikliey was one of th's most widely ktiowi n ranchers in western Montana. lie had a splendid ranch near Phililsbhurg and was one of .he most extensive cattle buyers in th state. He represented Granite county in the Twelfth legislatyre. Last Tuesday le i\\;s struck by a falling tree and ý\as so badly crushed that no hope of his survival was possible. HOME FOR OLD FOUKS. Beaumont. "Texas, Nov. 13.-The will of Charles I;. g;ates who died at 'nody, Wyo., October 225, was filed here to day for probate. His mother, Mrs. l)ellora R. (;ates, was named as ad ministratrix, according to a request in the will. After bequests, largely to relatives, amounting to $320,000, the estate is divided equally between Mr. Gates' mother and his widow. Pro vision is made in the will to carry out the wish of Mr. Gates' father, John WV. Gates, who created a trust fund of $3,000,000 for the erection of "The (ates Ohl People's Home" at West Chicago, Ind. Would Make Them Better If They Could. The makers of Foley Kidney Pills know that they have absolutely the best combination of curative and healing medicines for kidneys and bladder ailments and urinary irregu larities that it is possible to produce. That is wihy Foley Kidney Pills are the best medicine for the purpose you can buy. Missoula Drug Co.-Adv. FIRE ON FREIGHTER. Savannah. Nov. 15.-The British steamer Ulida, clearing yesterday for Rotterdam with a cargo of cotton and merchandise, put back to port this morning on fire. When 40 miles out, fire was discovered in its hold. Hatch es were lifted but the flames drove back the crew and the covers were clamped down again while the freight er turned about and labored back to port. A Maker of Health. A good honest medicine like Foley's Kidney Pills gives health to many families. Mrs. O. Palmer, 635 Willow St., Green Bay, Wis., was seriously ill with kidney and bladder trouble. Mr. Palmer writes: "My wife is rapidly recovering her health 'and strength due solely to the use of Foley Kidney Pills." Missoula Drug Co.--Adv. UNIVERSITY ATHLETE MARRIES LOCAL GIRL Harry D. Maclay, four times win ner of a football letter at the uni versity and captain of the varsity in 1910, was married last night. His bride is Miss May Johnson, a Mis soula girl, who has scores of friendp here in the city. "Slim"3Mlaclay was a prominent athlete through his col lege career. When he entered the university from the Missoula high school he made the varsity football team and <won his letter as a shot putter. For four years he starred in fall and spring athletics, sharing honors with big Emmett Ryan, a classmate, who played tackle op posite him on the football team and starred in the weight events on the track team. Mr. Maclay owns a ranch on O'Brien creek, west of the city, and went there with his bride after the wedding ceremony. Rev. J. N. Maclean performed the ceremony at the Presbyterian manse in the presence of a company of friends and relatives of the couple. WAR ON MALPRACTICE. Chicago, Nov. 15.-Waf against "legalized murder" b- inexperienced surgeons who are commissioned to wield the knife before they have been sufficiently trained, was declared at WE WILL TRADE 120 acres on F'lathead for Mis suula property; land unimproved; good buy; five miles from Ronan. We will trade a good stock ranch close to Missoula, and take one-half payment in Missoula property. A fine ranch in the Bitter Root. cast side, and take one-third in Missoula property. A fine ranch in the Gallatin val ley, near railroad and all under cul tivation, and take one-half in Mis soula property. A good farm of 160 acres on Flathead; well improved for a good orchard home. Have you anything to trade? It so come in. W. H. SMEAD CO. Phone 212. Missoula, Mont. the closing session of the clinical con gress here today. To prevent "crim inal malpractice" so far as possible. the congress appointed a committee to visit the state legislatures of this country and provlnces of Canada and urge enactment of a suitable law. Put a porous plaster on the chest and take a good cough syrup inter nally if you would treat a severe case of sore lungs properly get the dollar size Ballard's Horehound Syrup. With each bottle there is a free Herrick's Red Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. Sold by Garden City Drug Co.--Adv.