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Clean, Good, Cheap Can .... ... 20c 3 cans . ..50c Barber & Marshall Phone 20-513 S. Higgins Gas Heating Stove Nothing else takes their place for conm fortable warmth, quickly started, eas ily regulated, with out kindlings, dust or labor. 14 up, Including connection, up to 25 feet. The price is extra special. Missoula Gas Co. 126 W. Main VICTOR VICTROLAS and VICTOR RECORDS FOR SALE AT Hioyt-Dickinson Piano Co. HENLEY, EIGEMAN & CO. GROCERS 115 Higgins Avenue Bell Phone 87 The Best of Everything In the Market DEAD MAN'S COMRADES MAKE FUNERAL IMPRESSIVE lotld S;Ituritiry ;iternon. for John1 M. Leonllardl, who dlrollpped dead I;ist Tuesday at l'urL. Missoula. No ir6eil tives of the dead iruan were present, but about G0 mlen from Port Missoula, Irivate soldiers lnd officers, attended the service, w !tlih was the Masonic rit!ual. t t... ;),reside in Missoula cemnletry thri. c( -ws given a military salutel, anrld 1lh I.a ie sounded "ltlls," 1n addition t,, lie Masonic burial ritual NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE Missoula People Should Learn to De tect the Approach of Kidney Disease. The symptoms of kidney trouble are many. Disordered kidneys often ex crete a thick cloudy offensive urine, full of sediment, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scald ing. The back may ache. headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the victim is often weighted down by a feeling of languor and fatigue. Neg lect these warnings and there is dan ger. Delay often proves fatal. You can use no better indorsed kid ney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Itere's Missoula proof of their merit. Mrs. C. M. Cates, 818 Grand ave nue, Missoula, Mont., says: "One of my family complained quite awhile of a severe pain across the small of the hack and touches of rheumatic pain through his shoulders and arms. Some one suggested Doan's Kidney Pills and they were used. It was but a short time before they brought relief. Since then, whenever Doan's Kidney Pills have been used, they have acted as a tonic to the kidneys." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy-get Dean's Kidney Pills-the same that Mrs. Cates had. Foster-Milburn Com (B proprlottI agqloI N. L . Caught on the Run . About Town if some rcal folish people had their ,'\ay they would try and make the government f u r nis h BLANKETS blankets for all the FOR FISH fishes in the streams of the northern coun Iti where it is cold enough to freeze. ctsterday the touch of winter made 11he fountain and fish basin at the ihe. d of Higxgins avenue appear very beautiful. There was just ice enough f raging in the Inist to suggest the I "ainks of Jac1l Frost but .not 100 ra,!lh to hide or disfigure the rugged (,.llines iof the ornament. This strange appearance of the fountain ailled :in unusual number of people (r elr to make a closer inspection and to look at the fish in the basin yester day There are a dozen or more fipe trout in the fountain now and they are apparently doing as well as pos sihle. But there was one woman who aseoiously objected to the conditions at the fountain yesterday. "It's worse iltln cruelty to animals," she was overheard to say, "to keep these help le:s fish in this ice cold water. If they are not going to take them inside Ihis winter, they should run some steamr pipes oult here and warm up the weter." The lady's companion asked how about tile fish in the open sh;cams. "You know as well as I do," ",nswered the woman indignantly, "that fish in the rivers all go south for the winter." W\;thout flatly disputing this woman's theory on the life and habits of fishes, it is safe to say that HELL GATE they were all neglected NIMPODS in this section of west ern Montana yesterday, fishermnn exchanging their hook and line for rifle and belt. The exodus of nilmrods-those who went for a single day's hunt-was surprising. So far as could be determined, it broke all records. The ticket agents of -both the Milwaukee and Northern Pacific state that the number of hunters who secured passage for short trips yes terday, exceeded the number of fish ermeon \who made weekly pilgrinlmages ill summlnerl even when the fishing se:ason was at its height. The majo i Ity of the hunters went east and stipped of' at various points in Hell Gate canyon, being scatteredI all tlhe v'.ay from Bonner to Nimrod. If there was any gamue within a day's walk from the railroad in tile mountains on t;ther side of the Hell Gate river yes tIrday, there was little chance of es cape. However, at a late hour last l iiht the Mlan About Town had re c\'ived no substantial evidences of good lutck from atly of the returning lltluters. The first freezin: \w.:ilthcr in 1ijs soula ciner;, i,.a s r,:a.. It w'S1 n, 'eri FIRST ICE h:rdn iu , hin r HUNTERS (f ift oin 11w' rotuld. ii little pools ont il ' I',the 't' i ' l it back yua'ds froze ;a .r 1u l 'Yoillh a the young-"r getera't iol ' 'sideriaily. It was tlhe first inditintitn of hih' ill ranch of tie st.ating s iason and lit tie Ilearts tIi,1 f;ister ill ;iliticip 'Jlon if lthe ,sport \ihich is tiiarly belo\ved iI', woilrld ovl'r - ir thrll ilglhOllt tilt' s841 oi' f the vi r lit where itoti the lal rill' ein:2 ll.. 'inlter IIlnilths. Son o till little fiellowt s were so anxililus t holy lit.tid for th :r skates tool1 n!ail1 I trill over to the I south side il _- H rtionk ' of rhe isr tl l i ', ch ie , litit hIe ale d ic dl i i pit l (n ltnditionll fIur its first liodintl g, ;antl hr:tl I l tCf sltisa;lc:ionu inll talikng otver "olld tiim;" and in mtaking Ilttns fur lhids i.a.ns houlkey gtllmes. Tile inttrl-cstst if th, hoys aInd girls yesterday sIIgi..g-ss tI nl·t.l of ictt\itiy oll the lrl of itIt ilet r fleks. It will soon lb tite to ii'iln for lthe chiitiron. T''hi cotsts timie tlid lmonlty. ote rilnk is ra;ltty on the sotlih .Isitlc. Anolther is proin isIed (ti the aiorh . side for this wintelr. The orgi:nizutions ncessatry to con dutc t.hnl iertolii rlty sliltliul Ie Lperfected witlotit delty. COLORADO STRIKE e, WILL BE PROBED S Chicago, Nov. 5.--The causes of the Colurado miners' strike will he t a sought by the United States commis- . sion of industrial relations in a series of hearings lo be begun in Denver, December 1, according to an ann 1- ouncement today by Frank P. Walsh, S. chairman of the commission. i The commission will make no effort f to bring about a settlement of the of strike, lut will limit itself to study e ing Ithe conflict in its relation to the in geineral problem of industriatl inrest. d AT THE PALACE rt \'. l). Johnston. Patppia; O. II. P. :e Shelley, Helena; J. It. Davis, St. Paul; I Is j . . Kemp, San Franciscd;; C. D. a Merchant, ]Butte; J. It. Norris, Neat ,t York; William McNaughton, Billings; I t Mr. and Mrs. H. F. lBaker, loise; A. 13. Luther ., Los Angeles; t. J. Mlthelir. I'hicago; F. 1. Northway, Minnealo li@s;. 4i. Wing, CMinci U nnati. Pineapple g 25€ Per Pound They are delicious, we belikve them to:be the big-' gest value we have ever offered in bulk candy. We also offer McDonald's Chocolate Creams, which are flne; lb.....25. Wintergreen and Peppermint Creams, the soft ilnd, lb ...........25. Toasted Marshmallows, fresh and good, lb. .............. ............. . Elephant halted peanuts, the perfect peanut, lb. ... .............. Spackles' Gum Drops, the old-fqshioned kind, lb. .............................15l Nut Bon Bons, extra fine, lb. .................... McDonald's Druggist Stick, a pure sugar cand.y, n.......l id S2I (nrange and Lemon Slices, something new, Ib. .................... ............25 Allsha Peppermints, a hard Peppermint Candy, Ib .......................25 # Gypsy Mlixed, the popular mixed candy, lb ........ ............................. 5 Our stock of fine Box Candy of the leading brands, is most complete, and always fresh. MISSOULA D UG CO. CANDY DEPART N'. Missoula, Montana. ISSUESA BULETIN ABOUT YOTES FOR WOMEN PRESS CHAIRMAN OF STATE CEN TRAL COMMITTEE SENDS GREETINGS AND FIGURES Mary E. O'Neil, press chairman of the Montana equal suffrage state cen tral committee, yesterday issued the following bulletin concerning the suc cess of the 'votes for women measure at the recent election. Greetings to the 84,720 women vot I ers in Montana! Great is rejoicing I here. The count has come in slowly Sfrom outside counties, but every of ficial count gives a bigger boost to *the victory. Outside of Anaconda the vote against it is so small, when there is one, that no real chance exists to overcome it. Following is the tabult tion of the majority already in head quarters: Beaverhead, 212; Cascade, 171; Choteau, 21; Der Lodge, 50l; 'Jefferson, 25; Madison, 24; Sweet Grass, 127; Wlbaux, 32; Lewis & ('lark, 246; Granite, 147; Fallon, 130: Blaine, 246; Powell, 124; Silver Ilow, 34; Gal latin, 147; all against. Big' Horn, 73; Broad\water, 28; Car hon, 229; Fergus, 224; Flathead, 684: SLincoln, 229; Meagher, 85; Mineral, 129; Missoula, 1,084: Musselshell, 10; RIichland, 166; Rosebud, 143; Ravall, 791: Sanders, 370; Stillwater, 250; Teton, 230: Valley, 23; Yellowstone, 398; Hill, 27, all in favor. On these returns above the amend ment has carried by a big, safe ma jority of 3,148. Now that victory is sure and the suffrage organizations throughout the -Ittc? are reorganizing for educative lpuroses, Miss Rankin sees great pos s:lilitife for Montana womn.c. Mauch '"dutlc;ional work is needed before any tl:isive step sho011ld be taken in malk ing; and revoising laws. Huasty legis- I lationl results in drastic laws or in "joketrs." Big Meeting Planned Miss Rankin anticipates sending out : call to county chairmen, to officers and to delegates elected by Good Gov- r ernment cllbs, to meet in Helena Jlaniary 6, at the beginning of the legislature. At this meeting methods aml laws shall be considered and work lilanned for the ensuing year. 'eThis is sire to be the most implortaint iow'ting ,t' womenn ever held in ,Ion OUR LITTLE "ODEV1" BAGS A BIG DEER George \itlicee, The Mlissoulian's apprentice in the composing room, andl the best little irinter's devil that ever stepped into iL shop, and his father, t evi Withee, manager of the North ern Express company here, retlrnedl home last evening from a hunltilng trip of a week in the mountains cast of Hlelmville, bringing with them two fine deer. George caine blolme justly proud of t his part of the perfornmance, for he, shot a prize buck wi'eigThilg 250 potnds. I It was as much is i,, two of them t could do to get it on n: hersot to pack out to camp. Air. \V:lhees game wasadI a doe. "We had no luck at all until the snow came," said G(i.rge last night when speaking amm)ttt tile trip, "but thile first day af erw,,rd we found fresh .tracks galore land soon had the I two deer at our feet. There are A ' lot of hunters in thle woods and the sport \\-Il be better now, as there is four inches of snow in the hills." Knud Rasmussen, the Danish ex plorer, who will spend the next four years in an ethnographic study of the ( Pt.kimos, plans to sail through ther Norlthwest passage and return by thile Pacitic ces. .j I- f. PROPOSE TO SPEND ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND NEW THEATER CONTEMPLATED AT GOLDEN RULE SITE WILL COST LARGE SUM Tom McDonald, manager of the Isis theater, the Montana Amusement company's local show house, returned yesterday from a trip to Butte, where he spent a day in consultation with the Butte architect, George Nelson, who is making plans, for the theater building which it is proposed to build where the Golden Rule store recently burned. The Montalna Amusement company is to present several sets of plans for a building such as it would, need and these are to be submitted to Charles Cowell, owner of the prop erty, with a proposition to construct the building and rent it to the com pany or to lease the ground for the construction of the tlheater. MIr. McDonald stated last evening that the plans proposed contemplated an expenditure by the owner of the property and the amusement company of $100,000 to complete the theater. Architect Nelson will come to Mis soula again Tuesday'.and' something . more definite will then be known con cerning the plans for the proposed theat'er building. FOR CO-OPERATION IN MANUFACTURE AND MARKET PLANS FOR 'PRESERVING SUR PLUS FRUIT WILL BE MADE AT SPOKANE APPLE SHOW To take steps for the co-operative imanufacturing and marketing of sur plus fruits and vegetables of Wash ington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana several hundred leading growers, shippers, railroad officials, marketing experts and bankers, among whom Missoula district will be well repre sented, will hold ,a conference in Spo kane November 19, in connection with the seventh national apple show and fruit products congresis. A committee which has spent the last year investigating the situation, will report at this meeting in favor of organizing a central by-products association. HI. C. Sampson of Spo kane, chairman of the committee, de clares that such an association is es sential to the preservation of the northwestern fruit industry, adding: "Six hundred thousand acres are already planted to fruit in these four states. With a due allowance for the large acreage and lpercentage of these orchards, which, for one reason or an otlher, will never come into commer 'i:tl bearing; and with due allowance for the capacity of the railroads to h'ondle the tonlnage; and for storage , c:+ncity, both at home and in eastern s::.'c s: a careful survey shows that many thousands of carloads of fruit must go to waste unless conserved through by-product institutions. "The committee is unanimous in its belief that there will be an outlet for these by-products and a'central board should be formed with power to em ploy skilled experts whose business it should be to make surveys of any fruit or vegetable districts and report their findings to the people of that district. The committee is also unani mous that a central by-products sell ing organization Is essential to the preservation of our vegetable anti fruit industry." ARTICLE REPRINTED. The October number of Modern P'ihology contains an article on "Wil liam Percy and Hlis Plays" by Pro. George F. Reynolds of tht department 'of IE:nglIsh and literature at the 1ni versltv of Montana. The article has bLen rx.Printed for privatg clr.ulation. !RURAL. INSPECTOR MAKES .TRW.P THROUGH NEW d~ONTRY I AND IS PLEASED C. W. Tenney. inspector of rural schools for the state department of education, who has been Working this past week with County.Superintender t Wright of Mineral cotnty, .passed through Missoula yestelday morning. on his way to Livingston, where the Park county teachers'., .institute will be held this week. In speaking of the work in Mineral county yesterday, LMr. Tenney said: 'County Euperintendent Wright has a vision for the work that includes every boy .nd girl in her terirtory; and teachers,, trustees and patrons are co-operating with her in her effort to iring these schools up .to the -place: where they will be second to none in Ile state. 'Tuesday the evening meeting wasr4 held at Alherton and the school ati Cyr, and Lothrop helped to make it a success. Wednesday the scene of, action was transferred to St. Regis and again the teacher, pupils and patrons of the Buford school all came cut, a number of them taking ad-. vantage of the kindness of Dr. Elmer. Fessler, who put his motor car at their service. "Thursday morning the trustees of the ft. Regis schools took the visitors. in hand and showed them over the. plant, after which the train was taken for Henderson, where the trustees of that splendid district, including Hen derson, DeBorgia and Haugan, had transportation provided to take every body down to DeBorgia for the rally and program at, that place. Friday morning the school at Haugan was: visited, after which the return trip was made to Superior, where the teachers and pupils df the local and neighboring schools came together for a splendid program, spelling con test and general get-together meeting. I1rs. Katherine Edie and Miss Lulu Elmith were hostesses. Miss Bessie Manrtin came in from Tarkio and trought a number of her pupils with her. Missa White of the Cobden school wvas on hand for the afternoon session as well as the evening meeting; -while 1Mss .Melissa Buriff of the Iron Moun tain Tunnel school walked three miles through a driven storm of rain and snow in order to have her school rep rrsented. "The trustees of the Superior dis trict are Messrs. A. C. Olson. A. P. Johnston and J. W. MacDonald, who :le determined to make their schools 'worthy of a county 'seat town. In this they will have the support of every ilan, woman and child, for the pupils of the school are in dead earnest ,bout the matter and will see to it that their end of the work is well c:.red for. "All along the line the people are itlerested in the first county teachers' inrtitute for Mineral county. which Superintendent Wright is planning to hold in the early spring and the in structors she has in mind for this I w;'ork includes some of the very best t'lent in the state." is GREAT "FIRE SALE" IS ANNOUNCED BY A. LINK CLOTHING MAN BUYS GOODS SAVED FROM GOLDEN RULE CONFLAGRATION The announcement was made yes terday that A. Link, proprietor of a 1Higgins avenue clothingk stqre, had purchased the complete stock saved from the Golden Rule fire and that in a few dlays Mr. Link. would con duct the biggest "fire sale" Missoula has ever known. Contrary to expectations, a big lot of goods was rescued from the base ment of the burned building, hundreds of cases being free from damage ex cept the smell of smoke. This has disappeared since the goods havq been overhauled and thoroughly aired and Mr. Link promises that his sale will present some of the most splendid clothing bargains imaginable. As stated before in The Mlissoulian, the goodastored along the south side of the, basement came through the fire with exceptionally slight damage. The ground floor gave way at the center first and fell to form a protect ing wing over this section of the base ment, keeping out the water. The fire was headed off at the front and the rear and tons and tons of goons were untouched either by fire or-water. These were removed immediately and overhauled, the bulk of the goods' be ing stored in the vacant room, former ly a shooting gallery, around the cor ner on West Cedar street. Two other rooms were also used to store the stock and the sales will be conducted in these locations. A more definite announcement of the sale will be made in a day or two. -. . _ - . . ut so ay home toda Og pk % the newest t ~idlt Here is ewill tickle the p o ?pperrint lovers, And 'its: double strength 1o*n*g la*st.i*n'g- - lots of " Pep"! It's double Wrapped and sealed, so it's always at its freshest. With each 5 cenit "packag is a United Prfit - Sharing Coupon - good. for valuable - presents. You get double value--and delight for the.. whole family-the cost is a mere _ -nothing-5 centsl United Coupons now come also with sold ever1yw6fir. . - . o,* I·· 0~~** ~ '~ * S. ol GYMNASIUM SATED WATCHMAN sSTUDENT NIGHT GUARD DISCOV Is ERS SMOULDERING BLANKETS AND ACTS QUICKLY 11 The careful attention to duty of Night Watchman Vance, a well-known student, prevented a fire at the uni versity gymnasiium at 10:30 o'clock h last night which might have resulted 0 disastrously. iOn his regular trip through the t building he smelled smoke and made 1 an investigation, to discover a pile of blankets which had been stackedi against a radiator in the dressing I room for the football men, smoulder ing. Vance dashed across the lawn to the library building, secured a' portable extinguisher hanging there, and summoned several students who happened to be in the building to his assistance, directing one of them to turn in the fire alarm. With the chemical apparatus, how iever, the blaze was extinguished in a few seconds, bbfore the arrival of thei fire department.' S It is thought that the heating of the compact pile of old blankets by the radiator caused a spontaneous combustion and started the blaze. Except for the scorching of the - blankets there was no damage. Watch a man Vance was warmly congratulated d by his companions "for his quick and d efficient work. Lt SIOHN ORR FUNERAL it LARGELY AHTENBED n The funeral of John Southey Orr d was held yesterday afternoon at 3 U o'clock, services being at the Meth d odist church. Rev. Charles D. Crouch officiated at the church, while the Ma o, sonic ritual service was conducted at le the grave in the .Missoula cemetery. te The quartet from the MethodIst choir e. sang a selection and George McAl e lister rendered a solo, "Face to Face." - There were many out to pay the last =- respects: to the dead. The pallbearers ie were L. L. Streit. G.1'F. Peterson, Val d i entine Jackey, W. P. Hoopes, Ralph * Arnold and J. L. Sadler. d REMAINS SENT EAST The remhins of MIrs. Sarah Stroutp, - other of Mrs. William L. Ward, who died here Friday, were sent to the r old family home in Missouri yester e :day afternoon in train No. 18 of the d Milwaukee. There was a brief funeral e servle kt 3 o'clock at the Lucy under le taking parlors, Rel. 11. H. Griffis of i flcating, - 1WHITAKER DE ORES ATTIACK ~SHERIFF-ELECT TALKS A EOUT RUMOR-HAS NOT NAMED HIS DEPUTIES "I was about to write a communi cation to The Missoulian concerning this report that has been circulated concerning my not being a citizen of the United States," said Sheriff-elect I R. J. Whitaker yesterday, "when I I found the story in ybur paper setting forth the facts which I had intended Ito present--that my naturalization papers were on file here at the office of 'the clerk of the pourt: where all who doubted my wor'd; might go and satisfy themselves. "Of course I know who started the rumor, but I trust that this does not mean a continued agitation of some personal ill feeling, suspicion and jealousy during my term of office. I realize that every public officer must expect criticism and can not escape having his actions questioned at times. But I am sure that po good citizen, no matter to what party he belongs, approves of such an attack as this latest attempt against me. "And in regard to the county jail quarters," continued Mr. Whitaker, "which were mentioned several days ago, the county commissioners .have I that. matter entigely in their own hands. I don't expect to live at the jail myself, but I do think that it would be a good idea to have a deputy living there to be within easy call in case of emergency. There might be times when in one hour the county would be more than '~epeid fc[ a whole term of furnishing these living .quarters by having a deputy on the scene of action. And it is also my opinion that the tenant will most de cidedly earn all he receives by con senting to live in such unidesirable and disagreeable surroundings." Mr. Whitaker stated that he had not selected his deputies and that it would probably be several weeks before his appointments would be announced. GIRLS IN BAD HEALTH Hundreds of girls go to work day after day, afflicted with some ailment peculiar to their sex, dragging one foot wearily after the other, working always with one eye on the clock and wishing for closing time to come. Every such girl should rely on Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to restore her to a normal healthy con dition, then work will be a pleasure. For forty yeIrs this famous root and herb medicine has been pre-eminniitly successful in controlling the diseases of women. Why don't you try it? ItAdv.