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at the Empress ,beatpe; today,44 rrY Br tian of ICt . will * the sog made Qo popularF by the I-esent war in ~urope, "'It's 4t no Long Wiay T-e ehteenth episode if I lion` Dolla r'Mystery," 'entit by the Plaminesi" adsa the- btre gram for today. In:this ,sepaeedd; i clever shmnie of .the ced1plrato, through the Countes Olga, nearly~eut ceeds in trapping Florence and Nt ton. But for the presence of, mina of the butler,. Jones, and Norton, they -ould have bucceeded) How they oiutt-_ wit the conspirators is cleverly de' plct in } t eisode. tba edy by. R. Bra, re-, _acr ..tq." "c. HeezA Liar" brles, entit,1i, "The iolice Dog," is offered in conjunction with. the :'Mystery i to day. This is said* t bhe one of 'the cleverest animated , c.roons that tthe famous caj icaturist has done. Ainotheri funny comedy, entitled "Mother's Darling Boy," and an educa tional film in natural colors, com pletes the bill. Tomorrow the Empress offers the famous star, Gladys Hanson, in Clyde Fitch's great human dramna of a sub merged soul's conflict and triumph, entitled "The Strai'ght Road." Bijou. Marvelous feats are being performped this weekl at ,the Bijo.. theater by "Equillo,"' the wire, equilibrist and hand-ltaland~r,' qulllOý. features ' in his act twd feats that have fieCer be fore: been etiualled: y anyone. He bal ances liiinself4wlih one hand on a la ~k wie e and,.; akes an eight-foot 3,mp from a pedestal dt the floor, re taining ,his. balance on his hands. The two feats dre considered the most re markable ever, attempted by any ath lete.,gn the , vaudeville stage. 'the three "boiled-down" fables by George Ade ere a scream, entitled "The Pre vailing Craze," "The House Comedian" and "HoW . Essie's Friend Got. the Fresh Air." Mary Pickford is being shown in "Love Among the Roses." The Vitagraph offering, "The Loan Shark King," is a' most fascinating production. The big Bijou orchestra is featuring a splendid musical pro i'an: ';one half so good anywhere. i'".:s o 2. .' .l nner is very' much h)fter. ader undergoing a serious op eration two weeks agg at St. Patrick's hospital. She is able to sit up for a very short time each day. V-A.U4IE-y kE Program Today "EQUILLOS" Sensational Equilibristic Wire Act Featuring world's record hand balancing high jump. Three Famous George Ade Come dies on One Reel. "ThePrevailing Craze" "Why.a'Esie's Friend Got the Fresh Air." "The House Comedian" Special Bargain, Each a Scream. MARY PICKFORD The barling of thd Screen, in 'LOVE AMONG THE ROSES" Van Dyke Brooke In Vitagrapih's Feature "THE LOAN SHARK KING" The Celebrated Bijou Concert Orchestra ALWAYS A FEATURE TODAY ONLY "-where Famous Players pla y." Presents Episode Eighteen of the "The, . ion Mystery" En htlei "TRAPPED BY TfE FLAMES" Part one at 2, 3:10,:7, 8:10, 9:20 "THE POLICE DOG" ANIMATED CARTOON "MOTHER'S DARLING BOY" COMEDY L. L. Brennan, Bariton, singing "It's A Long, Long Way to Tipperary." R. L. MEDCALFE, Organist TQMORROW AND FRIDA .. - Q"THE -STRAtHT; ROAD" .f..i W€. E. Shea.- was fornmally at ho yesterday aftertoapn to atb 104 ladi. s, who led to greet tle` littlie of ..otrt Miss'(l-i in whose hdinor the reception was given. in the receiving n wit.f Mrs. S.,L re. Meinedx-se qu .t ,i t frio i ure en-T son it a' the guests thr91 tlt esdatlie ME- t febach? Qougler S" fee and ice richly dond t sroom t.ile and s to o AS dEdmne, Laurette p ulie _ , amps and Mabel1 waited uoen thie gests. The qf te beadtiful. hone. of Dr. nd Mrs. hea were decorated in ex qui to fashion with Atprofusion ofe fibwers. Tt li\4ng 1oo'0 qked with chrysantahelnuda:ls des of.l old rose and the dining' om was richly adorned with smilax and Amer ican Beauty roses. The dining tablei was spread with an Arablii Iace cover of irare design" and laid with crystanl and silver and five vases of magnifi cent roses. Baptist Ladles. ,,Th LLdies½ Aid soqlety of the Baptist church wiill meet Thrirsday afternoon at 2130 o'clock in the chufch. The oco~asion callse~-or a mis celaneous shower of fa.ncy and useful articles. in anticipatid6t of 'the..Christ mas bazaar to be held December 18 and 19: The hostesses Thursday will be Me.danmes .Harold, High, E. A; Brooks, .Virgil Beeson and 'i. S, John, son. Section No. 4. Sectionr No. 4 of the Lend-a-Hand society, Mrs. DeRyke ' chairman, wiil meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. C. A. Beebe at her home, 1018 Cooper street. Ramblers' Whist Club. Mrs. J. F. Harrington will be hostess, for the Ramblers' Whist club this afternoon at her 'home, 546 South Fourth street, west. 0. D. O. Club. Mrs. Ida Woodson will be hostess for the 0. D. O. club Thursday afternoon at her home, 317 North Second street, west. L. O. T. M. The' Ladies of the Maccabees will elect officers Friday evening at their regular fireeting in tlhe M lisOnic hall; I Home Missionary Society. The Women's Home Missionary so ciety of the Methodist church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Ferguson, at her home, 226 South Fifth street, east. Miss Herweg Hostess. -·-- ., -Miss Edith Herweg was hostess to a company of young ladies Monday evening at her home on: Sherwpod street. Music, dancing and refresh ments made merry the evening. 1Ates dames Powell, Race, Etaples, Le Grandeur; Misses Roy, Kennedy, Bailey, Pearson, Lewis, Salabura, Al lard, M,., J. and A. Mulholland were Miss Herweg's guests. Auxiliary Disbands. The Ladies' Auxiliary to the North Side Progressive league will hold a farewell reception, for members only, at the Whittier building Thursday afternoon. This will be the last meet ing of the auxiliary. When equal suffrage carried in Montana the wom en were admitted into full member ship of the league and the auxiliary will disband at Thursday's meeting. Congregational Ladies. The executive board of the Ladies' Aid society of the ('ongregational 1 church will entertain the society Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Mabel K. Hall, 438 South Sixth street, east. The ladies are asked toi assemble promptly at 2:30 o'clock be cause much work is to be done in preparation for the bazaar to be held Saturday, December 5, in the Florence hotel lobby. Doughnuts and Cider. Judge and Mrs. Walter 'Bickford": asked a company of young people to spend the evening with them informal iy Monday at their apartment in the Rozale. Fresh cider from tb Cla rp IEW REGULATION COMES TO CLERK CONLON OM DE " -PARTMENT OF STATBR The department of state at nsash-' Ington h114 decided upon a new plan o issuing American passports to foreign. countries and hereafter each appllcant! for such passports must:appear before i the clerk of the court of the distrIct 1i) I1wltlch.ih lives. Acting Secretary. f. "i..S*ate H#ert Lansing hat sent out no tctieg to this effect to the governors of; a_ ll the states and they in turn have e notified the clerks i'f the court. r Thomas P. Conkus, clerk of the court l I here received the notice from Governor - 'Stewart yesteiday. It was simply a copy of the letter from the state de-.I partment, the official application blanks and forms to be forwarded to e the clerk at a latetr date. In part the y notice is as follows: e' Because of War. "During the continuance of the Eu 11 ropean wtar it is deemed very import ant to use all possible precautions to 11 prevent the pirocurement of American passports by Ipersons not enltitled thereto, particularly Iby citizens, or Isubjects of countries now at war, claiming American citizenship and de siring. American passprits to enable 1 them to enter hostile, countries for Ul, purposes, of espionage qr otherwise, or5 I tO escape capture at sea. According r I ly, upon the recommendations of the: secretaiy of state, the president on the 13th instant amended tne rules guy-' erning the granting and issuing ofý s, passports in the United States, and I s inclose .herewith the new rules which b are now in effect. SMust Have Witness. "I call your particular attention to section 3 of the passport rules, it r which it is required that an appllic'ait n for a passport must swear to hlis ap: t, plication before a. clerk of a federal or state court within the jurisdiction of which he or his witnisses resides, and that the witness must also swear to ii his declaration before the same offi r tfial.. It is further reqiuired that the inappi atlt must state in his applica ttilr. the names of the foreign coun-, tries which he expects to visit, and, if lyS such countlries are at war, lhe 11 must state briefly the object of his.: visit thereto. - Fees Optional. "As you will note in section 3 of the ruis, . the, .legal...laslS)ort fee, to..l4e :stidt to tlhe departtrentt with each ap Splication, is $1. An -official before whom passport applications are ex6 icuted in this country, with the ex ception of the chief of the bureau of citizenship, are not agents of. the de Dpartment in taking the applications; the department does not prescribe the amount.of fees wlhich they may col lect for their services in the matter. It is hoped that such fees as clerks df court may require will be reasonable. sh Perhaps you may deem it proper to a prescribe a maximsusms fee to be re , quired by clerics of court of your y , state." In forwarding this notice Governor I Stewart dlid not plrescribe such maxi - muni fee to be cnarged and it is - 'therefore optional with the clerk. orchard with doughnuts, apples and nuts were the refreshments and music and dancing made the entertainment. AMisses Ruth Woodford, Bernice Kemp, Tiny Pritchard hnd Malbel Newport; Messrs. Howard W'oodford, William Breitenstein, A. \'. Hill and Dr. Paul Doctor, were th~' guests of Judge and Mrs. llckford. ROAMING REGINALD WRITES RAW RHYME Although I've frost bites on my ears And blisters on my kicks, I rise to gie three feeble cheers: S've passed those Bozeman hickls. --lRhyrfies of Roaming Reginald. :Billings, Nov. 29. A special postcard informs us that Reginald Von Bruenig, our adopted pedestrian Gulliver, has reached Bil lings. Billings, with only 1,304.49 !miles between his foremost foot and 'the city hall in Chicago. Reginald speaks with undisguised enthusiasm of the .city of Billings, and promises to devote an entire" chapter to the city in the forthcoming account of his travels. "This," says Reggie, "is the habitat of the Big Wind. Everybody in Billings is either a. publicity agent or a dealer in real estate. But the people here are all icc .and, very polite and much inter ested, though, unwilling to give me much of .a chance to talk." Reginald's record, as shown by his pedometer and stop-watch follows: From Bozeman to Billings, 160 miles in 44 hoursand 10 minutes. Grand total: Missoula to. Billings, 383 miles in 105 hours 25 minutes. Average: 3:66 miles per hour. Deolare War on Rheumatism. Rheumatism' is an awful thing- nothing more painful. Don't lit it, get a hold, but at the first twinges take Foley Kidney Pills, They work tireetly on your Weirkened Itidaeyls, iti the:un , pmarwn 'tbem strong rid your blood and keep it clear of iujle acid. Keep Foley Kidney Pills on hand ready for use at the first sign t rlheumatism. Misuotla Drug Co. A... . - . _<i, . , ' .. .. ,. Saves the Dollars and makes a ton of common soft coal, or '1gnite do the ·. 'work of a ton of hard coal. . Your old stove and imitation Hot Blast are not air-tight, do not save the es ,.u caping gases and do not give you a warm house at night, because they are made with putty joints. You cannot afford to say to yourself, "My old stove will have to do this winter." The old stove is eating up the price of a new ., $ stove every year. Not only that, but on top of the, cost is the unsatisfactory Sresult it gives. SEven Heat Day and Night---Fire Never Out _=-EtTH o t 'F. (ole't iOt il5t is so perfect in construction Iha, fire will keep all night, and when the draft. I Your olnd stovh e and imitation three hourBlast are not put in ht ido noight avt othe es-r will have to do this winter The ol, d stove s are keat an even temperature all er le with the ng sult t give s. 8-"- te guarantee that the rIowts ent' . he e.aty front one to two hours l ash mortling \'i h the soft ctit l or Ii . his. il p-ut in fo he, stover tge t i, h .t ven temperature all 4,- M e g-a'mtlil t Ill itee that the -dove \\ ill hold fire wit ll soft toal :lti boors withou' attention. AS.-S- the gutime. e it unifo' hlit dty and night oitth soft hd coal, sck, ln or wognitod.e. -W. guart ntee evt y storet t o re'at in abolhite'y :ti -ti tt its long is usewd. I S--\V tielr:tn'ie, the feed door to hie sloltle and ilust prootf. I irt t'ho l .l tiltiir:.t l it is nm:il with tle linderst. ll ndii thl at the stove be ioleratted. t; i icc(ording to tiiiret Itiuns, ;Intl set ,up with :1 gotl flue. . Thti ue : ll:hat ieo stove Ilutty is ulsed to Ilake i l r-hteilt;i. .ioillts gives yeit i rfe,ctf t cttllirol over the ... -_ (:ifts ol i 'olc' tus it Illtst. The shiw, (,iititilt t clOlt.tetiol ln tlld the lutge, liosltive adliatitng stir fie kitlll s it the grelltes" fuel-saliving, hIeatt-pltr odltucing c l stote imadIe. , Would You Lose $50.00 in Fuel to Save $1.00 on the Cost of Your Stove? i!-That is what you do when you buy a cheaply-constructed, putty-jointed, showy-made imitation stove. Like all successful inventions, Cole's Original Hot Blast has many inferior imitations. Avoid them. They all lack the patented features and careful construction which make the Orignial Hot Bast a great success. They do not stay tight and soon open seams and cracks which render them worthless as fire keepers,, See the i :name, Cole's Hot Blast from Chicago, on the feed door. None genuine without it. These Stoves Burn Soft.Coal, Hard Coal or Wood Without Any Change of Fixtures. , PRICES FOR HOT BLAST STOVES Heavy, Plain Stoves Planished Iron Stoves ='I"tlolts Slr\ to les hlir 21i n;lgln vle Ihc hlue polleidt' bodies, nitkle pltltd st.l hs. S' t\s e hl ti . o1 . unige finest etalita y gin ini \VWoodl. pl . t platn t. l r'ilil, rn. ' sll\ rev ;) ; nicke li t'l Il: stee l footrlil; other rlll mings ih, l l lies, 1: gauge steel hll i s, duble sea d It holy, Ia'g U i 0t phlirit't"l lIath s'ov' furnishetd with one-qtuirt'r joint sinoptilh limi r Ripe, In'tll:il roiunded feetd floor, nickel ilated footrall;, totp tinK, ttll'ht top, rail 1, " fitteld wtlith oria ,iaetntal cheek draft.'t. Ist ';s t t'it, aft (cov er., r(\ draf.t andit t lhirge, tiallttds.inlte tt-n. C'dr 1h)--Ii:lneter of boty, 1- inch's; hteight to bottom of feed hlo t', 22 No. It'- [)iaiimet'" of body, 12 inches; height to bhtton, of feed door, 301;t ' intlm:; ec laa ity, silll iro m: price' ...... . .... .. .... . 10.. i lth s,; apnet s, s. i ll rioom ; price ik -r t S1) --- li ninl e te r, o f l'o di " 1 , in c h e s ; h e ig h t it b o o tn. o f fe e d d o u r . 3 2 ' N o . 1 ,3 2 -l a in u t i o f o d y., I;+ in c h e s ; h ,ig h t o l o llto ni o f f e dl 1 1 r .0 inchlts: Iilcait'ly, one. Io ail: price . 13 .265 inche ; ,; ity, one ioon; rice. $16. Na. tkhl , ;I (s'eter otf )oll\. ] inches;I': heioght to t l l t i of l',d d(oo, , Nof. 132---- i mtitUr of body, I incles; h'eih' to botton of f," dnoor, 37 inclher ; t'i ty, one an two rlooms ; I prll. el' . .. -- . . . $16.75 inllche : ';nllpcitý, one illll ti\\u Irulllli; wlhi.., $. 21.0i 0 Extra Heavy Line i'-Hie o 1k v 1i 1 t g e bodies, boi'lllle twto rmitt's-; iprie .i t I I ..i. 123:.75 Slatge urn;lntr n l ro no ft der! f Lm booz, hr : i . i. n1pi o <in t tl, ool( ; I i ll iice , 40 tt 8.o ( 1) steel-rail :il1 top rim, ic.k t swring top, host urn, 'ickot l rail brai kets- , draft v, i l screw I-, drift, No. 71 llt i i l-iter, 21 inches; height, 41 inches; i .it o ;.19 ,-I hiiu ter, It , inches; height, I` inchest , city, liel , storl , I; il, lschool or chu i ' h; I rich . .i...' i.O COLE'S AIR-TIGHT HEATERS For Wood or Any Fuel Except Coal These-stoves are too well known to need description. They have great merit as heat producers and fuel savers, and are comparatively inexpensive. We offer seven differ ent.styles, each in a variety of sizes, thus enabling one to find a stove in a size, style and price to suit any requirement. The Clipper Line Cast-Top Clipper Line These Stovi't" h- i cot l rolled box ittilt-eild stleli tdl': 24 l int lo ut s. .ihlils.' aitita iai\itt 27 gaiigt' unnti tea!,'d steel bodis. 2I gtile-, tlloitoins, lgl.i rrl..ter; turnt onlylV pll.k I al.( Ih " sl m ,d , elt h4s, hg'/s; lilll'd ;)o\'e fire. belt with hllteet S.t('el Illllng. No. i t !1" Ih lining- ize of Ihoily, 18x1sl It high; rl it lce ... t2.0 N l . 'liltl, r- -Size of Itody, 18x13x15; ta'llcit.y, oine situill room ..$3.50 . t I tteh lnintg--Si te t ,oil, ,21 aI'x20t high; rirh. $3.00 No. 12l1, ('lip$per- -S e of Ichlly, 21xl1x21; S t llacity, t one toot11 .......n... 1i50 Ni . " h iitt-au of t t i highire $3.65 Ntr 12 ., .iliip'r-tiz tf totly, SitsIXs'; c;tap ,c'ity, tinte la! two rooms; .Sheet 1)raft Line Ir', ('llptpet'-- Sz of bo tl:. "xl!,isl; ttpll:tlily, two and three rooms; 16t "dh'e oi e' 1I's hiavi, bllx innoll'.iih. 11, (.old rolled steel lulli b ,i:, 21 gulill. Ito t toltalghl.(t st-Il liinll ailtvit flir. It-llt, with colltr., it trllict. idrtirt joint. Cast-Top Blue Line fittl Witli origihnal dottilt-. <l ittl r hi- (slt- met;l drilt, hrif \iint ;al l'et,' The. ali S lotit l i.i h ave ext'n.a h 'v velvet blue sit-l Iodieis, heu\'vi doua ble hock. The l lt ies' stl.t for the millon ot i tt ile ilirt-l.l \ sartitltl-dt slt-il bIottonls, steel Ilning ahovte fire Itlt-t, with colllir flhangd to No. 918, shoit driafat-Size of bItdy, 1Sx13xl4 high; litrIt'- ... -- 2.(- O 'o\'tr thle draft Joint; nickel pIlttd urn and screw cali; no rails. No. -981,,eheet draft--Sir.e or body, l2xltx20O high; nri--c. ..... --$3.00 Noi. 21, Ilhl-U-Sio of boldy, 1lxI3xlI; c.pacity, small rootia: p;ice..l.75 .No. .5. beoet dr'aft---Sir.e oif ody, 25x18x24 hIigh; lice ....:.......... 5 No. 221, Ille---Siie of body, ,1xlsx21; caltaerlty, oneo rooln; llrice....Q$.Ot , -" - -No. i22', lilii--ani ,i of Iody, 23xt5xl25; capalrty, one ttnd t.iO rodts..$7.75 Sheet Top Line it. 2, Illtle-a-Sze of iytl', 219xtx23; cnlacitty, two and. -three rooms; p. .i t.. ..............-..-....-..... ..... ........ ..... ........... .--- .---- --. -------.................. 9 .5 0 - Stoves With Velvet Blue Polished Steel' Bodies No. 318 Si-e of iottly, li;xt3xl I high; tcaptcty1 silulll roottin; Iric-.$t..5)Th 0 No. 3~8i..lzc of boly. s21x15x2'i high; ecitpncl-tl. It,'drnltl;: prit-i ,1,4.6t Thlse NSto.ves htive heavy gttlt gettllUtLne htlitter flniisht Tllss;ia body,.-22 ;:. Noi. 325 ii(Me o;f boldy, "--xl1x2.14 high; callpaity, one ;and 1,two I'om:)i 5.5( g eilll double d ealed se eel bottom, 22 gaugo linting to lhe top of the stove, o,.o. 38--,-.iZe of. body. 28xtl95x bhigh; caplacit'y, two rooals; pri,.. C )t,25 wifih fi'tntgd kteel collar to proler t draoc djora t;. orltuotell.n iets cst iroi LiolO a 3- "8"8 ootS hg tpro t 62 liritlig, nickel tltated laiu-, Itirge, handsome nuckel il'ated ilrn, nickel Stoves With Genuine Hammer-Finihed Russia Bodies andti Tops. iplate t-( xt-ed 'idglt siiltg top, draft covt.r Ianl screw draft. No. 518 -~Le of toil", 1x3xlt Ihigh; capCit', s.mall root; triet $5.25 No. XI--Size of body, 18xl13xt9; capacity, small rqom; price......... $7.85 No. o-1i ize of body, 21xslsx2') high; capacity. betdroom; ritu..... $6.50 Noi. X2S--Slze of body, 21xlx24; capacity, one room; price ............ $10.50 No. '--zeie bf body, 27x15x21 high; capacity, ont and two rioomns $8.25 No. X25-Slze of body, 25x18x29; capacit.:, one atI two ri)onis .$13.g5 Nao. i $-Slze of body, "1x1952- high; capacity, two roomls; lric.o $.19.25 No. X25tize of body, 28x19x20; captacity, two and three roon..ms $15.00 The above prices include the first joint of stove pipe and setting up of the stove any place within the city limits e yRound Oak and Other Stoves We carry a variety of styles of stoves besides the above-all good, reli'able; heaters, and priced't"dsO.ortl- quantity : purchases and carload shipping can permit. Economy Oak Stoves, Ideal Oak Stoves,' R6.t wo0blt' 6 Stove.s Hummer Economy Stoves and the famous Vortex Heater, the stoves with two hot blast tubes.