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Fe hoe7 .-The aEs paoe Sof ti s for dresses suiti - a 9is .r *~tobl ring, ot evenot weari. is or, " an gisnt Jo ran tie. Wie, i. . '. . nd to tr. tig heIfl url oio as e I .Sme for diterest citirmne. · cit sn he MbstL rtminder of thes Stmei thelaitUSa Paliaa t oedr nin, Y ~re signrst whav te warke boke oput, in 1r$ of ete madei in places of efl eav4 nin otlos aresmable it- that i~Y thd_ o feringilr Tarithr tis aire Sble to t 'tbbth Ap ti' hi w atitita is the vwr o= 14 a oith Alie*icn aquatic 'latiial ire the otter, and called S . thetx forth AmerOican otter. Ilsg"'4gh i (igued for those who can s $ 81 'a' luttiy, a coat of otter ils* ual fortuine. As' a, novelty, a uiht b k.e.ter clontinues to rank ·h hioIt ids tonithiseeea fur, aid when ishias g te.. ' bottom of a tunic, the .I fisea ldht, or bottom of the sleeves looks lI pi -a rreplar silk fringe. The. wide dbads of for which are, rise~oa the bottoim of -the full skirts, eorStics. are a strong reminder of the c4stumesg of the Russian, the Pole and the -.Ceack. 'With this as a begin ning, tlUe designers have larked back for ipspiration to costumes 1f Russians and Tartars of the middle rges. Won derfui evening coats are made like the costumes of bartering Tartar tribes. .the material is a heavy brocade, al 'foat of the texture of silk tapestry, while the figures scattered across its surta e' are oriental in origin. The garment is cut very closeiitting at the ou houlders, and with sleeves pet in, whidce flare at the bottom where they are finished with a band of fur. A Wide baad of fur :adds weight and richness ~jt the bottom of the coat, which flares out in deep godet ripples. Secondary only to fur comes braid ing. The popularity for this is, no doubt, due to the war abroad. For all we may talk of the barbarity of war our hearts go .out to the soldier who is fighting for his country, whether he be. English, German, Russian, Austrian or French. There is a glamor about war to the uninitiated which is re flected in the trimming and cut of our clothes. Wide braid is used on the bottoms of skirts and tunics in place of fur. Nar row braid binds the edges of tailored costumes and soutache, Hercules and round braids are used for braiding dresses, belts, panels, collars and ouffs In attractive designs. Wider braid and sord are made into frogs and buttons for the closing of coats and down the fronts of dresses, giving the military effect. Even modified epaulets, made fromnblack or blue braid, are seen on frocks. Close in the wake of braiding comes beading. Many handsome frocks have belts which are beaded in some at tractive design in colors rich and dark, which adds snap and smartness to the entire frock. One blue dress made after the popular Moyen age style had a helt which widened in the front, and dropped rather low. This was entirely covered with a beaded de alga in bronse beads, with now and then a red bead which served to ac centuate the center of the convention alined flowers. Color combinations of small beads may be used most effec tively to Add the touch which tells upon-al otherwise somber dress. Embroidery is also used to a great extent this year. , Not the fine small embroidery, but the large sprawly va riety. which is done in more or less coarse silk or wool and is most ef feotive. In the illustration of the coat the Cossack silhouette, which I have spoken of in the f9re part of this letter. may be noted. The closeness of the coat ANOCASTOR OIL If Cross, Feverish, Consti pated, Give "California Syrup of Figs." Look back at your childhood days. Remember the "dose" mother insisted on-castor oil, ,calomel, cathartics. How you hated them, how you fought against taking them. With our children it's different. Mothers who cling to the old form of physic simply don't reilise what they do. The chll4ren's revolt - is . well. founded. Their tender little "ilsides" are injured by them. If your child's stomac.h, liver and bowels need cleanslCg, give only dell cious "Calfornia Sppup of Figs." -I. action is po~itive, but gentle. Millioap of mothers keep this harp eas "fruit laxative" han, y; they know chfldrea love to take it; .that it never tails to clean the liver afid bowels and aweeten the stomach, and that a teaspoqnful given today saves a sick child tomor row. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot tle of "California Syrup of Figs." which has full directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown ups plainly on -"bh bottle, Beware of counterfeits sol4 here. See that it is made by "Califorq a Fig Syrup corbDAtr ." tefpe any other kind with contempt.-Adv. 4 1' " S. . . .4 irW i .... r r J` ®\icC r.x Coat Showing the Lines of the Simple, But Cut on the Correct Lines is Cossaeck Silhouette. I this 'Dress with Trimming of Braid. at the shoulders and the flare at the bottom show the latest cut for coats. Skunk fur is used for the rolling col '.ar, the cuffs and the bottom of the \coat. Frogs add the military note which is so popular on coats of many styles. This same style may also be seen in coats of fur and fur-cloth, while the bands in this case are of, contrasting fur. A long-haired' fur on the short, close fur, or a fur of merely contrast ing color, are combined into a coat of luxuribus warmth and good style. Although the dresses with the 'ex aggerated waistline, or no waistline at all, are very much the rage, it has not take away from the style of the I more conservative frocks, whose waistlines remain normal. I have chosen for one of my illustrations a dress in style-unexaggerated, but cut on the late lines. The armhole is small, the shoulders close-fitting, the tunic flares in the latest manner, while the 'rather wide belt is at the normal waistline. The only trimming of this dress is a braided design which is aliplied to the, belt, the cuffs, the collar and the bottom of the tunic. A jaunty little hat which bespeaks com fort in, all kinds of weather is worn with the costume. The small hat vies with the larger hats for the popularity of the majority and the honors seem to be pretty even ;y divided. The women who find com fort combined with jauntiness in the small hat hesitate to change for the larger hats, but those who have made the change find that the larger hats are conservative enough in aite not to cause the discomfort of those worn four or five years back and called the "Merry Widow" and "Peach Basket" hats. From such, Dame Fashion, please deliver us! In winter hats the Cossack shape, as well as the ,Hussar, are very smart. The latter are rather high and flat on top, made Of clth, velvet or fur ane trifta ed With- ~gnty fancy bruashe qf black or White .orse-hair. An ornagnept is elalby .-placed where ts ornament Is fastened, as in the real Hussar hat the insignia of the regiment is usually lpaced there, as may be seen in the hat, worn by the K aiser's Death Head Hussars, which is a skull and cross-bones. Not cheerful but certainly apropos to the results of war. The Cossack hats worn this season are made of fur, high and rounding at the top. In chinchilla, mink, or beaver they are most striking. SRE'S DATH TOLL IJJI TSEYE I Bealfield, N. D., Nov. 7..--.ae death 'toll of yesterday's, prairie fire near fare, in which Miss Glays Holliteer. a country school teacher, whose home Iwas in Bilings. Mont., and three of I 'her young pupils lost their livel, was increased to seven today when three Otheke"ppils died from burns they so!. - 'ered in a vain dash from the school. house toward a plowed field. 5 - DRYS W(N HANDLY. t Pettle, Nov. 7.--With only a few P .:sattered pre'encts missing the major S'Ity tor prohibition in the state, is I13,2..EE HIT OR MISS NOT THE PROPER SCHEME IN MARRIAGE PARENTS TOO CARELESS IN WAY THEY ALLOW DAUGHTERS TO PICK HUSBANDS 'Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 7.-"Unde sirable fathers are a greater menace to this country than undesirable citi zens," Dr. Russell Price of Chicago asserted in an address before the In ternational Purity Congress hero to day. "The tendency of the age," he con tinued, "is to magnify motherhood, minimize fatherhood. Yet, it is a scien tific fact throughout the animal world that offsprings take their characteris tics from the male parent. '"Propensities in children have been traced similarly to activities in the father shortly precedent to procrea tion, according to Dr. Price, who gave a number of illustrations from per sonal observations and drew examples from the breeding of race horses and fighting cocks. "Parents have been careless in al lowing the daughters to marry, hit or miss, and are compelled to look for ward to grandchildren from a diseased and decrepit fatherhood," he asserted. He contrasted this with the care exercised in mating dumb animals so as to obtain sound progeny. 5'' . The Season's SmartestCostumes The iBasque and the Redingote Polonaise now the vogue in Paris and New York , EASILY MADE AT HOME are accurately described and beautifully illustrated in the New Autumn McCALL PATTERNS AND Fashion Publications Now On sale Watch the Special Piece Goods Sales and make stylish but eco nomical clothes yourself. The Present Fasbeon. are easy tit SM9 ?lrEl~ s drape and McCall Patterns T ,as r ata.U af Pttsen 4tS-trr -4l . insure the smartest styles Pus ath e iay new Oct55.,!Ye al -4121. r6U. and a perfect fit. We aes £3 weer aeL Get The New McCall Baok of Fashiaes Taday FOR SALE BY M'CA LL.I DEAIR_ i I [ i ll J I. .. .. . . I * . ll I I o robtae s the :, a myfth e !enrtWdt. 1 'f-e rse o " -fie We pd t #Ayh., J empelahet : anrd hers. S ro n 11 be , fo* r the dnayi al, rt Gabafternon Eth 0 tu clok, Rthe fpa CofvWtye }4 le . tading informally at oega d t ernoan an compliment re ad rot: o etry, of asnn Francieqd at 'MIsa ;. Moan, of whiply f. Dr. and rs. hoebtawood gave ova y ; 1the fio utb , game and w oficthe wame wat, rs their guests ebred, ft tai pspttidp eod home qon GeWI.rd e se - wurhers tes. . Was served. hse is here:, Mr s an Fran. i.o A $tst in the rhome ofs Mr. and M . . L Lik,. and. Mis t uanEan is he v oro.a few daBys a IcUt of Kappae alpha Theta sorority larsa Spottaweoodts guests were Per E. o Bonntr, Mrs. F. i. Lusk, Misses Wheeler, Duncan, Gladys McCanatl, Diana Uline, Donna Mc Call, Isabel Gilbert, Ethel Stubble field, 4rwe Willoughby, lpha Buse, plea sCetlran, Merle Kettlewell, Lou ise Webner,. Beatrice T'alpr, Corinne MthDonald and Bess Rhoades. STEVENSVILLE SOCIETY Reading Room Society. Friday afternoon the reading room society was entertained at the Amos Avery home by Mrs. Avery and Mrn. Perry Foust, and new offipers were elected for the year as follows: Presi dent, Mrs. B. F. Plummer; first vice president. Mr4. David Lockridge; sec retary, Mrs. Flora Dickinson; treas urer, Mra. J. W. Turner; second vice president, Mrs. H. D. Bmart; third E vice president, Mrs. F. H. Nichols. Christian Endeavor. The Christian Endeavor of the Presbyterian church held its regular meeting with Miss Holly Buck at the Buck ranch on the west side and the S Junior Endeavors were entertained by B Mrs. Perry Foust. S a Dance. II A Hallowe'en dance at the home of G Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Cuthbert, on p the Burnt Fork, at which many of a their friends were present, was a pleasant affair. Present were Mr. and n Mrs. Dow Pratt, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor MacKnight, Mr. and Mrb. Ed Miller,c Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tate, Mr. and t s Mrs. Ben Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Harry White, and Messrs. Don MacKnight, Forrest Higgins, Georgo Luce, Miss Mary MacKnight, Miss Leuellen and SMrs. Reil. 3 Yes, $1 makes you a member of Orton Brothers' Viotrolp club. See our ad on page 2 peil. ThS vauaile scalp prophylactic strikes at the very root of hair trou ble by era tingbhe b.agion that causes dandruff, itching scalp and falling bair. A onPfPlte 2!an of scalp cleanliness cannot well be c.arried out witkot the use. of ierpcide, which prevents reinfec tio~ and keeps the scalp in a sani*ary condition. Herpcide gives ass irance of its value from the very first application. It contains no oil orgrease and is unsurpassed b for its daintiness. By making the hair light and fluffy, 0 Herpielde helps increase one's personal charm and at- , tractiveness. Send ten cents for Trial Bottle and Booklet--See Coupon. /-/.4 Applications at the better barber shops. Inslst upon having genuine ,B Newbro's Hsrpicide, the Original Remedy that destroys dandruff con- .,/ G ° ' tagion. Sold and Guaranteed at all Toilet Geds Counters o - / Missoula Drug Co., Special Agents. NA1TNA. SHOIM OF KINGAPPLE BEGINS SOON EVERYTHING IS READY FOR THE SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBI TION AT SPOKANE Mlonday morning, November 16, the Seventh National Apple Show and. Fruit Products congress will open in Spokane with displays of the finest apples from practically every district in the Pacific northwest. Manager Gordon C. Corbaley announces that all plans are practically completed for what he believes will be the most im portant event in the history of the northwestern orchard industry. The fruit products congress will commence Mnnday morning, Novem ber 16, in the big apple show. audi torium, and will continue until Satur day evening with at least two evening sessions. More than 100 leading fruit growers and marketing experts will lead the discussions, and approxi mately 400 other practical orchardists from the different districts will be present to participate and to give their experiences. Six men from the United States de partment of agriculture will be on the program as will also the horticultural commissioners of Waashington, Idaho and Montana. The horticulturist of the department of agriculture of Brit ish Columbia will be in attendance all week, accompgnied by the commis sioner of markets and twelve or fif teen district leaders from across the line. The program will begin Monday morning with pruning the young trees, followed bya full discussion of prun ing the bearing trees to increase the yield and the quality of the fruit. The results to be gained from scientific thinning will close the first ddy. Tuesday will be devoted to diseases and pests and the program is so full that it will almost certainly run into the evening. There will be enough fire blight authorities in attendance to take up the larger part of the day. Wednesday will consider the general handling of the orchard with special reference to cover crops of alfalfa, clover and peas. The afternoon will consider picking, grading, packing, shipping and the general handling of the fruit for market. Some action toward demanding more exact grading rules and more perfect packing is ex pected to come out of these meetings. Thursday will be the by-products congress called for the purpose of en deavoring to perfect an organization that will systematically take hold of the general problem of utilizing the low grade fruits. On Friday and Saturday the general subjects of orchard aceounting and growers' organization and marketing will hold the floor. "The disssieton of the future of the marketing of our apples will undoubt edly be the most sensational part of all of our deliberations," writes Paul #i. Weyrauch 92 Walla Wati) chair la ofthe apiOpt~tee in oahwg of the progratn f.r the congress. *WZere is an apparent n0egpitipa in .esmv dis trict I1hat we must radically alange our methods of asiM 4tito the market 444 especially t rw,e must take strong action toward expand ing and making . ft staple the mar kets for our ffai "I believe thn 0o i denlSdera tion ao this one jt Is kly to owme action that will do mesh to ichange the whole future of, er box (apple business." Gee. Prlngle 11.114 W. Spruce St., Mb. esoula, Mont. Manufaoturers of and Dealer Ia Italian and Amerloao Marble Sootch, Swedish end Amer. an Granite. Monuments and Headstoneu A large ausortment of the above a ways on hand or manufactured t. order. ,My facilities for producing and furniahing the finest work are unexcelled. Write or call on us for details and, ories our workmanahl. is -i pert, and we guarantee iattsfaction PICTURE FRAMIN6 Large variety of mouldings to select from. 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North Coast Limited Route Three daily electric lighted limited trains each way, passing Missoula at seaeonable hours, Let *s help eu `plan your 4ip, arrange reservattons and oheck your ba gg h.brou h. R#lle local ticket offlce, oSel 37; call on, or ad4twna the underplae4 , for details. W. H. MERRIMAN, N. H. )ASON, BRITISH CAPTURE 'C'E PORT OF ?AO London, Nov. 8.-The admiralty an nounces the occupation of Fao, a port of Asiatic Turkey at the mouth of the River What-el-Arab, in the P . stan sulf. A military force from India, cov ead by. the hdoop Qdia, laeaed with a naval detachment after the Turkish INSTANT Never disappoints *. guns had been silence. *tb~ ww. no Brritlb Oia1Uris. FTa I.. 00 terminus of : the aiar*. o4m im to Indla.