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s .slammaing the oven door-.6r a heavy footstep, may hav odered how the dining car chef: can turn out such mavlous .biscuits, hot breads adpstry when his oven is ben ncssnl jarred and jole and shaken by the eoio 'ftEStan To get astry to raise nd stay raised bunder these con= 'ditio s, a, bainog powder must be used that continues to _give off s slammin g as-that sustaens the raise-until the doughf is Dining Car Chefs have found a caking powder exactly suited to their needs in K C and you will find it just as well svited 'to your requirements. K 0is really a blend of two haking powders, one active as soon as moistened, the other requiring both moes mnre and heat to start th.generation of leavening gas. No.matter 1iw moist and rich you mnake your cake, K C "Baking Powder will otstain the raise until a crust is formed and all danger of falling is past. K C Baking Powder is pure and healthful. It is guaranteed ftnder all pure food laws, and is guaranteed to please you, Aed.t yousold etareasonable price-no baking powder shosldsel.er more. n acti y a can at our risk andb6 contingebth LOCAL SOCIETY Kitcheii $hower; Thery 'vill be a unique kitchen shower" Friday *afternoon at the newly remodeled Lincoln school. All ladies Who may be interested are asked tq bring each one a plate, a cup and a 'peon to present to the school, to be d at ebmmunlty social gath erings bnd also for the noon-day lunches which the teachers expect to inaugutate for the pupils of the Lin coln se1)Msl. It is hoped that Iliss Alma BB` o1 will be present next Fri day to ist Ii. organizing a parent teacher assottlatlon. Congregati -cdiei. The d dOlty ofie Con gregatio i6 3ureh will be entertained by Mrs. H. HL Edson thi after loorn, at her home, 132 University avenue. All' friends as well as members of the so ciety are cordially invited to be pres ent. Christian Church Ladies. The East Side o ction of the Ladies' 'Aid society of the Christian church will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. I. D. Kline at her home, 914 Vine street. The Central section will meet with Mrs. Josiah Shull Thursday afternoon at her home, 420 East Front street. The South Side section will meet at the same time with Mrs. M. W. Bond, at her home, 526 South Third street. Lend-a-Hand Society. The Lend-a-Hand society will meet in the parlors of the Methodist church this afternoon. Section No. 4, Mrs. De Ryke, chairman, will be the hostess group. Each member of the society is expected to bring a friend to enjoy the rueeting. Olson-Reid. A telegram received in this city yes terday stated that Miss Florence Ol son, last year a teacher in Missoula, Segain the Iastery Over Blood Trouble No Matter How Disheartening You Can Overcome It. Blood disorders are quickly checked by N. S. S., the famous blood purifler. It rushes into the blood and in three min utes has traversed the entire circulation. It penetrates to where the' blood is made, it washes out those spots and places where stagnation has settled. it cleanses the membranes, drives irritation from the joints, fills the blood stream with antidotal Influence and from head to toot creates conditions that make for bWood healtht. There are people in every com munity who know this to be true. They have used S. S. S. for 'severe forws of rheumatism, for indolent, ulcerated spots, for eruptive skin diseases, for any and all those bodily conditions caused by blood loaded with impurities. Being a pure product of Nature it can not hurt the stomach and has therefoce beep the refuge of a host of people misguided in their dilemma by first flying to those dangerous mercurial drugs which lave claimed so many unfortunates. If the skin breaks out in a rash, it boils or other eruptions appear, if there are blood risings or any other indications of fin pure blood get a bottle of S. I. S. at once of any druggist. But beware of substitutes. If in dpubt as to your trou ble or you wish competent medical ad vice free, write to the medical depart meat, The Swift $peciflc Co., 158 Swift Bldg., Atlanta, Oa. This dpartment lty known far snd wide as one' 4( 1u sieat-. eat of helps to blood sosaelt. Rttt 4n'nt Ielay to get a bottle of S. 5. 8. today. and William G. Reid, on of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Reid of Missoula, were married at 10 o'clock yeterday morning in an Episcopal church at Hoquiam, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Reid will visit Pacific coast cities during their honeymoon and return to reside in the Hammond block in this city. BURBLAfS ARE BUSY PLYIN. TRADE IN MISOULA The robbery of his room in the Union block was reported to the. slier Iff's office by. Gus Carlson yesterday morning. Mr. Carlson stated someone entered his room about 9:45 o'clock `Wednesday and stole a purse con taining $555 in bills, some change in silver, a gold hunting-case watch and other articles of lesser value. Up to a late hour last night no clue to the robber had been discovered. CHOIR CONCERT FRIDAY AT METHODIST CHURCH Next Friday evening at the First Methodist Episcopal church, corner of Washington and Main streets, a con cert will be given under the auspices of the choir. The program will be made up of solos, neale quartets, readings, selec tions by the choir and solos on the pipe organ by Mrs. Carl Holiday. Watch for the program in Friday's papers. No charge of admission is made, but a silver offering is to be taken, I proceeds of the same to be applied on the choir fund. TONED UP WHOLE SYSTEM. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes lMrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. "I *ed several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bili ous attacks, sick headaches and that tired-out feeling, but toned up my whole system.' For sale by all deal ers.-Adv. TEACHER'S INSTITUTE TO BE HELD IN BUTOE Mrs. Edna Ferguson, county super intendent of schools, announces that the Missoula County Teachers' insti tute will be held in Butte November 23, 24 and 25, in conjunction with the institutes of 11 other western Montana counties. Torturing eczema spreads its burning area every day. Doan's Ointment quickly stops its spreading, instantly relieves the 'Itching, cures it permanently. At any drug 'tore.--Adv9 ?VAR~DIIRNN TAIKS EX-MAYOR OF BUTTE PLEADS THE CAUSE OF THE MASSES AT CONVOCATION HOUR I, what President Craighead char acterized as one of the best lipeeches heard from the university ros fi'um, Lewis Duncan of luene ,n eanes day inol'ning urged the students of the 4tate -in tution to be loyal to hu martity. "Loyalty in general Was the theme of MLr. Duncan's address and he agherted that the only success. worth while, the success that really counted in this world, could be secured only through fighting for the masses. Ie likened the battle of life to a football' game. At the outset one ineets with many setbacks, if he is fightisg for the race, Mr. Duncan said, but when defeat seems almost certain the tide turns and victory is snatched from defeat. Early in life everyone is called upon to make a choice, in fact life is merely a series of choices, in aisted the speaker, and whether the choice be morally right or wrong, if the chooser is sincere lie should be loyal to it. To the Future. The question of consolidation was mentioned when Mr. Duncan urged that petty parochial loyalties should not stand in the way of loyalty to the state and the coming generatioti. ;Mere questions of locations should not enter into the question at all, the former mayor said, all questions of this kind should be settled for the good ,of all concerned. The institu tions of the state will be powerful ones if only the voters have loyalty enough to see that the interests who benefit by these schools be made to pay their share of the expense, Mr. Duncan de clared. Healthy, Wrinkle-Free Skin Easy to Have A dull, drab, muddy complexion, or an over-red, blotchy, pimply or freckled skin, can by a quite simple, harmless and inexpensive method, be changed to one of flower-like radiance and purity. One ounce of common meercolised w&xr ald by druggists generally, will 'einove the most un sightly complexion in from one to two weeks. By its remarkable absorptive power, the withered, faded or discol ored layer of thin film-skin which hides the healthier skin underneath, is gradually flecked off in tiny, al most invisible particles. This is done so gently there is no inconvenience, and no trace is left on the skin ex cept that of enhanced beauty. The wax is smeared on like cold cream be fore retiring, and removed in the morning with warm water. If the skin be wrinkled or saggy, a face bath made by dissolving 1 oz. powdered saxolite in A pt. witch ha zel, will be found most effective. Com bining both astringent and tonic properties, this tightens the skin and braces up its supporting muscles. Adv. TIR~9UBI±OY[RBiJL1 LEADS TO COURTROOM In the case filed in Justice Gagnon's court Saturday, in which Charles Graves was charged with having shot and injured a bull belonging to a neighbor, Clyde Maclay, the name of the defendant, was changed to John Graves yesterday morning. The two Graves are father and son. It is alleged that John Graves told his son, Charles, to shoot the bull if the animal came bothering around the eranch. The boy, it is said, followed his father's instructions. First he peppered the animal with a .12-caliber rifle. This seemed to have little ef fect, so the lad got down the shotgun and with this, the owner, claims, in jured the bull severely. The father offered to plead guilty or to pay a fine for his boy under the first complaint, the officers, say, pro vided the word "malicious" was not used In the charge of mischief filed against him. Not beiig able to reach an agreement, the new complaint was filed Wednesday. It is understood that the owner of the bull will also file a complaint against Graves for damages. RAID IN SOUTH SEAS Tokio, Oct. 22.-A special from i Sazebo says the Japanese, in their re cent raids on the German islands in the South seas, destroyed the German military equipment. They seized $250,000 in gold and ammunition and rifles. RETURNS FROM ANN ARBOR. Dave Van Blaricom has returned from a business trip to Ann Arbor, Mich., made in the interests of the Torino brining company. Mr. Van Blaricom reports the business situa tion most encouraging in eastern cities as he found it, and he believes the happy influence is moving westward. R.~ wa. UL SER.EARY (iF 1. ft . R. W. K EM P. Butte, Oct. 2t.-The grand lodge of the Independent Ord.; of Odd Fel lows elected officers for the ensuing year late this afternoon as follows: Grand master, Wiley 1liuntjoy of Three Forks; deputy grand master, W. H. Goodland of Butte; grand warden, J. E. Parker of Helena; grand secre tary, R. W. Kemp of Missoula; grand treasurer, Philip Dodson of alissoula; short term, grand reirosentative, Frank E. Davis, retiring grand mnas ter, Bozeman. The state Rehekah a.nsemildy elected BAFFLING IS CASE OF UNFORIUNATE YOUNCiR L SOPHIA ALLEN IS COMMITTED TO WARM SPRINGS FOR CARE AFTER EXAMINATION Sophie Anderson. a 16-year-old girl, who has been living as ith her sister at sloan, on the rescri otion, was exam ined for instanity yesterday afternoon. During the examination the child sat with bowed head, a box of soda crack ers in her hand. A wiloln taut-o'shan ter was drawn over her eyebrows and her time was spent in peering intently at the box in her hands. Only once was her attention distracted from the box, which seemed so to fascinate her, and this was when the door to the courtroom was slammed unusually loud. The girl's case is a taffling one. Two years ago the child was as robust and as active as most girls her age. But she soon grew moody and silent, until her mind became a blank and her body thin and poor. The child has refusnd to eat, and In dulges only in the soda crackers which she guards s, well. She was sent to the hospital in this city, and there the physicians tried to make her eat by leaving fowl beside her and leaving her to eatl her food alone. But the child refused all proffers of food and her case was given up as -being beyond the reach of tin local doctors, For several weeks the child hay not spoken, and no amount of urging cow force a word from her. Circumstance prevents her parents from placing her in al private sani tarium and so the court ordered her to be taken to Warm Springs; where she will be given the attention that her case demands. "TIIZ" FOR AC IG, SORE, TIRED FET Good-bye sore feet, burning feot, swol len feet, sweaty feet, smelling fget, tired feet. Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions and raw apots. No more shoe tight ness, no more limp lag with pain or drawing up your face in agony. "TIZ" is magical, acts right off. "TIZ" draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "TIZ' and for get your foot misery. Ahi! how comfortable your feet feel. Get a 25 cent box of "TIZ" now at any druggist or department store. Don't suffer. Have good feet, glad feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year's foot comfort guaranteed or mcy rgfuZ$ * the following: President, Mrs. Mary Bollinger, Bozeman; vice president, Mrs. A. B. Dixon, Philipaburg; grand warden, Mrs. Bennett, Anaconda; grand treas urer, Mrs. Breden, Butte; grand sec retary, Nellie W. Neill, Butte; con ductor, Mrs. Lovely, Great Falls; marshal, Mrs. James Wilder, fladers burg; Inside guardian, Mrs. EllaeShoe miaker, Glasgow; outside guardian, Mrs. Lillie Beardsley, Boulder. Both Odd Fellows and the Rebekahe selected Great Falls as the next meet ing place. MRS. CARMAN SAID ShE COMMITIED MURDER TOLD COLORED MAID, WHO GOES ON STAND AND FASTENS IT ON MISTRESS Mi nc 4a, N. Y., Oct. 21.-('elia Cole man, a negro maid in the Carman household, the state's star witness tes tified today at the trial of Mrs. Flor ence Conklin Carman, accused of the murder of Mrs. Louiso Bailey, that Mrs. Carman appeared, revolver In hand, a moment after Mrs. Bailey had been shot, and said: "I shot him." The next morning Mrs. Carman said to the witness, "What did I shoot that woman for." The witness said that Mrs. Carman told her to stick by her and, if any thing happened to the witness, she would take care of her little boy. The witness said that Mrs. Carman left the house on the night of the murder, dressed In a kimono. A min ute later, she heard the crash of glass, the report of a pistol. Mrs. Carman came.back to the door again. 'I was standln, In the door," said Celia. "Mrs. Cehian said to me, s shot him,' then she showed mte the revolver. I thean went Into the doctor's office and saw a dead white woman on the floor. "The next morning Mrs. Carman burst into tears at the breakfast table. HERE'S ALOST IN FLAMES FROM BURSTING GERMAN SHELLS - - ~ t N 115,* (' This photo was takeni during the bom~bardnent- bt4*t.e felgli@" city of Mloat, near Antwerp. The city, while not entirely destroyed, 3uffered great lboa by tire from the et0CtN of burst lng German shells. Note wreckage au raltway tracks tin tksa £orgpcWQ A oman 4at Do Things Well Is susaly the Woman Well Corsetted She is oomff able in mind and body. Now here is a Redfern, .od1 8089, of the fashionable sort for the woman who is by no means slender or large. She is just the average size, who looks after her figure by keeping it well corsetted. She has quite a little flesh to be taken care of in the corset skirt, and she likes to feel her corset and she pulls it in. For this type this model is excellent. It has rubber straps back and front. See them in this illustration. The corset skirt lays down as closely over the hips as you like, pulling as snug as the uncom fortable rubber bandages some women wear, and this Model 8089 has the added advantage of adjustment through th a laces. A unique fea ture of this model is the o pen side seam which is backed by rubber bands, with "Security" hose sup porters to pull It down ov er the band. The corset may be laced very closely to the figure and the rub ber bands are perfectly a mooth, but have easy play back of the open seam, the edges of the cloth being held taut by the hose supporter. It is a beautiful model with a low top, but, so adroitly designed that the base of the bust is well supported. You ought to wear with this model, as with any low-topped corset, a brassiere-and we have a Warner Brassiere htich is designed particu larly to go with this corset. While it keeps the figure soft looking, it milds it firmly and conceals the upper line pf the carMet. Price: $3.50 to $10.00 r - Later she came to me and teld me to forget that I had seen her the night before." Next day Mrs. Carmlan's attorney saw her, the witness said, and con tinued: "Mrs. Carman winked at me when the attorney asked me what I knew. 1 said I didn't know anything. Later I signed a statement, which Mrs. Carman wrote. That statement was not true. She had me call her father in from the barn, so that he could get the revolver out of the house. I did not tell the truth at the coroner's in quest." Frank Farrell, an unemployed sta tionary engineer, excitable and prodi gal with slang and mannerisms, typi cal of the lower East Side of New York, was also a witness. What Farrell Saw. Farrell said ho was on his way to the rear of the Carman house to teg food when he heard a crash of glass and a shot. Looking up, he saw a women, dressed in a dark garment, that extended from her shoulders to 'the ground, standing by the window in Dr. Carman's office with one hand holding a wire screen above her head ,DRISCOLI LOSES CASE IN SUPREME TRIBUNAL Helena, Oct. 21.--(Special.)-After considering two hours an application of Tim Driscoll, deposed sheriff of Sil ver Bow county, for a writ of super visory control, the supreme court to day denied it.. The writ was asked for to requitre the court that tried Sheriff Driscoll, Judge Roy E. Ayres of Lewistown presiding, to show cause why the judgment against the petitioner should not be set aside. J. E. Healey and Walker & Walker ap peared for Driscoll. and the other hlnd thrust into the window. Farrell said he was frightened and ran away. lie looked back once and saw a flash of white, as "if the women had raised her petticoat to move faster." On Farrell's cross-examination, which will he continued tomorrow morning, he contradieted himself in a few minor details. t1n the whole, however, his story remained un shaken. If Farrell stumbled and apparently grew excited at times under cross-ex uminttion, Cella Coleman did not. Not once did she raise her voice, de spite the fact that she was on the stand more than four hours. Defendant Amused. Mrs. taeman seemed to be amused by Farrell and the odd picturesque way he had ot' saying things and an swering ruestions. But when Celia Coleman was testifying, the defendapt leaned far back in her chair and stared constantly at the witness. While the direct examination was In progress and during the cross-exam ination of the negress, Mrs. Carman tried to catch her eye. Once while questioning the maid, the attorney for the defense moved to a point directly behind his client. Celia then allowed her eyes to shift from one side of the room to the other. After she was excused from the witness stand, however, Celia looked at Mrs. Carman for the first time. Tears, it appears, came into the col ored girl's eyes, for she placed her handkerchief over them and sat down. out of sight. Mrs. Carman was radiant when her 12-year-old daughter was brought into court today and allowed to wit behind her mother. When your food does not digest wgl$ and you feel "blue," tired and discour. aged, you should use a little HERB. INN at bedtime. It opens the bowels purifies the system and restores a flpe feeling of health and energy. Price 60c. Sold by Geo. Flelshelmer..-,Adv.