Great Falls Tribune from Great Falls, Montana on January 10, 1917 · Page 3
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Great Falls, Montana
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Wednesday, January 10, 1917
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GRAT FALLS DAILY TRIBUNE, - M'EftNESD AY, "JANUARY 10, 1917; iV RfEyS OF MJWRM GMHERED: EROEU ML PARVS-OF THE r - r The Percentage of Your Business Growth is measured in a large degree, by the banking service you employ. '; - , ? ; The feature which dominates Commercial National Bank service, is" constructiveness. It helps simplify your financial problems. It seeks to adapt' its service to the requirements of your individual case -the service business men in Great Falls appreciate. : Commercial National Bank )v Y of CroaJ Falls. Montana V: ' " Open Saturday Evenings 7 to 8:30 Visit Us for Supplies We have a complete and up-to-date line of office supplies and equipment. Loose-Leaf Ledgers, Binders and Sheets, all forms and rulings. A large stock of Inventory Sheets. Our Office Supply Department is ready for inspection A beautiful line of Shaw-Walker Filing Devices, Desks and Office Chairs. Agents for Edison Rotary Mimeographs and Corona Typewriters. PORTER'S BOOK STORE FAIR DIRECTORS Hill County Fair Association Elects Officers for Ensuing Year. Special to The Daily Tilbiine. Havre, Jan. !. XtoeKnoMers in the liill County Jr'uir association met yesterday afternoon and re-elected the old board of directors for the year 1917. The directors immediately following their election called a meeting and elected the following executive oiiiecrs of the association: President, T. W. Mc-Kenzie; vice president, Lou .uucke; secretary and treasurer, x. E. MeCroskey; assistant secretary, E. C. Carruth. Change of Positions for Two Havre People Special to The Daily Tribune. Havre, Jan. 0. Frank'Iiyan, manager of the clothing department of the Havre Commercial company, has resigned -hi - position to accept another with tlie Boyle f Mercantile company of Chinook. He. ex- ! pects to go to Chinook about February 1. J Miss Kate Smith, who lias been ate nog- raphor in the office of the county trea- , surer lor the past Jour years, Ictt Sun- I day for Helena, where she has accepted a pobition - as stenographer in the state treasurer's office. Relieved m one minute. Get complimentary can .of Kondon's from your druggist. Or buy a 25 cent tube. If it doesn't do you $1 worth of good in a jiffy, you can get your 25 cents back from the . druggist or from the Kondon Mfg. Co.. ' Minneapolis, Minn. ' ' Use some quick. For colds, catarrh. coughs, nasal headaches, etc Be sure it s the kind that's been used .for z& years and Dy 50 million Americans.. CflAKRHAlJEUY Office Thousands of coal users will burn Economy coal this winter, owing to their inability to get Bear Creek, Owl Creek and other high freight rate southern coals. To this new trade the quality of 'Economy coal will be a revelation. We . know Economy will stick and give entire satisfaction, if it is given a fair trial. The dealer who recommends Economy to his trade will be performing a real service, as he will be furnishing coal of a higher heating value at less cost. At the following leading Graham & Ross ........ Nilson-Smith Wilber Transfer - Co. .. . . Black Coal & Transfer Co, Fitzgerald & Staunton St. Anthony & Dakota Lumber Great Falls Lumber Co. W. R. Gray Coal , Co. Insist on Economy N N W. B. INNES, BAD COLD? TAKE CASCARETS FOR BOWELS TONIGHT They're Fine! Liven Your Liver and Bowels and Clear . f Your Head. No Headache, Sour Stomach, Bad v Cold or Constipation by Morning. Get a 10-eent box. Colds whether in . the head or any part of the bpdy are quickly overcome by urging the liver to action and keeping the bovels free of poison. Take Cas-carets tonight and you will wake up with a clear head and your cold will be gone. Cascarets work while you sleep; they cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the sour, undigested food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the liver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the bowels. Remember the quickest way to get rid of colds is one or two Cascarets at night to cleanse the system. Get a 10-cent, box at any drug store. Don't forget the children. They relish this Candy Cathartic and it is often all that is needed to drive a cold from their little systems. Adv. HAVRE REDLIGHT Will ; Be Allowed to Continue in Existence Until January 23. Special to The Daily Tribune. V Havre, Jan. 9. The abolition of the "reuiiglit",, district here goes into cuect in Havre on Jan. 23. .; v , V It was within the power of County Attorney Griggs to have enforced the order suggested by the attorney general on the , instant, but alter consultation vith Sheriff Bit-kin it was thought onlv fair to give the women of the district two weeks time in which to pack up and prepare to move. According to the officers who 'served the notice the order was not unexpected, and after it was received assurances were given that, there would be no attempted evasion. Some of -' the women in asking for a literal interpretation were told that - all must vacate their habitations on or before January. 23. Any girl leaving the district before that time they , were -told would not be permitted, to return, nor can any vacancies in any of the rooms or establishments be filled bv "others moving in. POSTMASTER HAS A WIFE. Sjiocial to The' Daily Tribune Havre, Jan. 9. Residents of St. Joseph are anxiously awaiting the. return of 'Frank P. Gctschal, the local "postmaster, merchant and farmer. They are anxious to extend congratulations, as the Michigan,. (X. D.) Arena announces .his mar- Jriage-on- December 27 to -Miss Ida Emily Nowek. .V ; The bride is not unknown to Mr. (JetschaUs friends, as she visited her brother at St.. Joseph last summer, f Mill Oil dealers: Telephone Telephone Telephone Telephone 135 489 300 337 330 449 414 .Telephone Co Telephone Telephone Telephone 6804 Accept No Substitute. COAL CO. Sales - Manager. B ELL-ANS Absolutely Removes Indigestion. One package proves it 25c at all druggists.". DIVIDES STATE Senator Lane's Bill Makes Eastern Much Bigger ' Than Western District. Ilelena, Jan.'" 9. Following closely the mountain range and making the eastern boundary of Flathead, Leis and Clark, Broadwater and Gallatin counties the dividing ine, Senator Lane of Fergus county introduced today in the Montana legislature a bill calling for a division of "Montana into two congressional dis tricts. :' " ' "' The vote for United States senator at the recent '-election was 75,000 in the western or first ' congressional district. and -the vote in the eastern or second coiiflre-ssrorial' district; f or .United State m-uator was 90,000. " The first district is cuinposeu oi i counnes aim ihv aw ond of 25. , -.'- : The counties proposed fdr the ', first district include the . following: Lincoln, Sander 'Mineral, ; Missoula, Ravalli, Beaverhead, Madison,' Silver Bow; Jef ferson, Deer Lodge, Granite, Powell Flathead, Gallatin,. Lewis and Clark and Broadwater. t - - Counties in the second congressional district, are: Ilill, Blaine, Phillips, Vab- diorilan Ttawwni.. WilMuiTT. Pru irip. IV J f . , r..w-, - 7 7. Meagher, Musselshell, Rosebud, Custer, Fallon, Big Horn, Carbon, Yellowstone, Stillwater, Sweet Grass, Park, Toole and Teton. - The bill was given its first reading and then referred by Lieutenant Governor McDowell to the committee on apportionment and representation, of which Senator Larson, is cliairman. WANT THE LA! Coal Company Sues Former Manager in Connection With a Land Deal. Special to The Daily Tribune. Roundup, Jan. 9. .Tames E. Woodard, now cashier of the Bank of Fergus , at Lewfetown, but until recently manager in Roundup for the Roundup Coal Mining company, is defendant in a euit brought by the company o recover title to land adjoining the coal mine, and alleged to have been bought by Woodard in trust for himself, G. W. Meg;eath and J. U. Gridley, all members of the coal company. It is alleged that on March 8, 1916, the coal company paid Woodard $29,000 for all his holdings in Musselshell county, acquired during the. connec: tion .with the companj-, and that conveyances have been in " eomformity therewith for all except the tract of land in question. This has been divided into town lots and is very valuable, and it is alleged that Woodard now.refuscs to convey title. An order of the court for the transfer and for an accounting of all money received from the sale of lots is asked. . '-it Sweet Grass Station Will Be Improved Special to The Daily Tribune. Helena, Jan. 9. At a hearing before the railroad commission today, representatives of 'the Great Northern .stated they would be very glad to improve the station facilities at Sweetgrass, and promised that the improvements will be made as soon as material is available, and in no event. later. tlian March 1. Complainants alleged each train carried about 75 passengers who transfer at Sweetgrass, and thatthe only station was a boxcar. ; QUIT MEAT WHEN KIDNEYS BOTHER Take a Glass of Salts If Your Back Hurts or Bladder Troubles You. Xo man or woman who cats meat regularly can make a mistake by flushing the I kidneys occasionally, says a well-known autnonty. 3icat lorms uric acid wnicu excites the kidneys, they become 'overworked "from the strain, get sluggish' and fail to filter the waste and poisons f rqm the blood, then we get sick; Nearly all rheumatism, headache, liver trouble, uervQUS-ness, dizziness; sleeplessness and 'Urinary disorders come from, sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache in the 1 kidneys or your back hurts or if thci urine is cloudy, offensive, full of eedimcnt, ir-j regular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad SaltS from ; any pharmacy j take a tablespoon! ul in a ' glass of water before breakfast and in a jfew days your kidneys will act fine. This 1 famous salt is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined' with i lithia, and has been used for generations I to flush and stimulate the kidneys, also 1 to neutralize the acidi in urine so' it no j longer eauses irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. . 1 Jad Salts is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes -a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which everyone should take now and then, to keep the-kidneys clean and active and the blood pure, thereby t avoiding serious kidney complications, MS, 0 DSRCS HHF STATF .1- sr ' VS 1 "? " Twenty-Nine young . Dentists Are Taking : Examination v .Before State Board. ' Special to The Daily -Tribune. Helena,. Jan... 9. Twenty-nine applicants tot' licenses to practice dentistry are now takim .lan'examinatiou before the state board bf dental examiners, comppsed of- I)r. "T. . M. , Hampton, Helena", president;' Dr. Frank ( aril, Billings, vice president'; Dr. (!. E. Longe-way, Great Falls, treasurer, and Dr. G. A. Clievigny, ' Butte, secretary - Dr. X. C. Purdum of Bozeman .is chairman of the judiciary committee. The written part of the examination ended Tuesday evening and it is expected that the "practical work will be finished on Friday. Each of the applicants to practice in Montana is a graduate of some school of dentistry. " Those, Who are taking the examinations Drs.'' H. E. Bengtsson, llecla, S. D. ; B. C Jee, Sheridan, Wyo.; W. A. Jarvis, Hamilton, Mont.; O. M. Paulson, Cottonwood, Minn.: A. H. Alexander, Towntiend,- Mont: M.iCT Campbell, Fargo; D. ; Yj. ;Orani, Kyegate; Mont.; Kv J. Murrayr JJuttJ. C Drinkwater, Ryan, Iowa; ' B. . J. " Johnson, Adaun, Minn.; IL E. Haimes,! Bualuiell, '111. ; V, k. Jones, Anaconda; ''3. A. Campbell, Hermiston Ore.; j'B. Xoreagard, WheatbivIiiii) " 'J.' Campbell. Herm-iston, Ore.; J. K. .Thompson, Cascade, Mont.; E. B. Schwalen. Clioteau; R. J. Piedalue, .liozeman; ill. O. Danford, Roundup: "F. S. Bobbins, Miles City; J. B. Mockell, Missoula; M. H. Tddiugs, Fort Benton; T. Parker, San Francisco; C. "W. Verheyen, Butte; : L. A. Grigc, Butte; J. F. "Logan,1 ; Oreat FallsV F. A. Kelly, Butte, and J. K. Burgees, Nashua. Dies in Fort Benton and Will Be Buried in" Highwood V Cemetery. ; Special to The Dailv TribuiieV ' 'Fort Benton; .Jan". D Mis. W. F. Johnson, aged about 72, died at her residence here in town last, evening, of general debility. Airs. Johnson-' had been in poor health for sonje t months, since last fall, when srlic received word of the. death of her son in an automobile accident near Bozenfan. Mrs;.' Johnson was vevv miicTi sliockod aiwl ffrieVPil ovef this death, and never futly reooXpred from the effect- - ....'X r' , , -No . arrangements liave.pcen announce ed for the fiiniiraU but. it U . exjHtted that burial will take place in the . High-wood cemetery, where her luisband and other relatives are buried. There are sur-. viving two .'sons in the Highwood coun-trv. Brack Johnson and "Walter John- son, a daughter in Spokane, Mrs. Theo dore Danielson.- - . . , Mrs. Johnson was one of the old time residents of the Highwood country, coming from Missouri in steamboat times. She. was a member of tlui'" Christian church,: and took an active part in the church work in Highwood, Great" Falls, and in this place. ' IMPROVEMENTS GLASGOW YARDS 1 T Great Northern Will Add Yards ; ' and Roundhouse; During . t This Year. . - : Special- to . The. Daily Tribune, :.. Glagow,: Jan. f: At a meeting of the business men s held in the Commercial club, P.; Sj Horvin; resident engineer of tliie Great Xorthern railway tbmpan'y reportel the following improvements to be made the coming' ispring in the yards at Glasgow. The -presen 10-stall round house will bo, enlarged to accommodate the largest locomotives., and also ten additional stalls will be .added. The yard trackage will be . added to making ten tracks 4o00 feet in length, or enough to accommodate 800 cars. The present tracks will be removed west approximately 1000 feet to permit the establishment of a grade crossing at Fourth " street. " This crossing is much needed and. will be more "satisfactory than the" east t-rossing," which is dangerous on account'of the eurvc in the track. It is probable that when this crossing is opened both the east ami west crossings will he abandoned. The viaduct, while not very satisfactory. for heavy hauling, will be maintained for ' foot j and automobile traffic. -. - ' The industrial track along First avenue south will be removed, and a new track will be laid just west of. the freight, depot. The new track' will be aixnit lo0( feet in length. Together with the new freight depot jukt , completed.' and the remodeling of ithft- passertgi-r depot, Glasgow will receive her full share of the improvements which the Great Xorthern is installing all along the .main line. y IvkusselsheirMan ' Dead From Cancer Speiial to The .Daily Tribune. . " lloundut, Jan. 9. Arthur . Smirl, one of the largest ranch and farm, operators in Musselshell county, died Thursday of cancer of the stomach and his funeral was held in Roundup today under : the auspices of the local lodge of Odd Fellows. Mr. Smirl recently returned from a protracted stay at the Mayo hospital in Rochester, Minn., where he underwent ari operation, but- thfr disease had made such progress that surgical skill - afforded no relief." He -came to Montana from Illinois about five years ago and was g mail of considerable wealth . as mm PIONEER lOWN "You r "'' - - I:- You want a piano that "will be the same for a lifetime. You want a piano that will always be- ready to play on. You -want the best musical results. There is but one certain way to! get these things buy a Chickering.- There are many pianos sold by honest men who are honest in their efforts to give you good-value, but who cannot do either you or themselves justice because their pianos have never been fully and fairly tested. They are unknown quantities. And this applies with equal force to the many makes that have been established of late years these pianos are made under different conditions and they must be proved. f . " Chickering pianos have been honored on both continents time and again with 129 gold medals and first awards, while Mr. C F. Chickering was personally decorated with the Imperial Cross of the Legion of Honor; J No other make in the United States has ever received so many medals and honors. The Chickering piano in all its forms has the unqualified approval of the world's most' incisive musical judgment.; It. has; met. all the requirements necessary to your wants. For nearly 100 years the Chickering has held first place in the musical world. When you buy a Chickering you buy a certainty, and in the end the least expensive of pianos. Easy terms of ownership may be arranged if desired. 6 Third Street North. Next c; Door to Hotel Rainbow State Distributor for Chickering, Kranich Lieutenant Governor McDowell j Satisfied With Expenditures ' 1, of That Body. : Special to Tlio Daily, TribAlle.- Jlelena. Jan. 9. Lieutenant Governor McDowell, president of the senate, is eat-isfied with the way in which appoint-nifnts havo Ik-imi hamlled by tltat body, and the record it has made in the matter of economy. . .. - - fSome of the ndwsjiaiMjrs haw been in- cJuding-the entirp JcpKiatirc lody in th nidictinent they have been making ot cx-travapance in the Ihuisp,'' said Mr. McDowell. -.Thi.i not lv anv means the c;ise, and I believe that the people of the state should understand the Mtuation as it exists in the teiuttc. The apiHiinttnent.s made bv the senate this session are lielow tho number authorized hv law. We could still appoint several committee clerks and another page. However, we are going to get along without this extra assistance if wc possibly cdn. ;The senate has never leen over the limit,. and has no intention of getting there. Fenner's Complaint Against the Auditor Sntu-ial to The Da il v. Tribune. : T ; Helena, Jan. 8. In accordance- 'wtih the permission cfantwl bv thefaurcme court, AV. D. Tenner has filed a com- daint to oust William Keating from the office of state anditor." and W. Di Treacv filed a complaint ' to "remove John KV O'Kourkc as sheriff ! of Silver Uow. " , " , - '. '; -' ' Tlu .allrfatinns in the ooniiJaint sro the saino as were in the. petitions, in volving the validity of the use of-Tot-ing machines. The defendaaU liave 20 days in which to answer ; -- : ; : " ' ;s School Principal : Brings Back Bride Sjcciai Corrcsfjondcnrv.' ' Conrad,. Jan. 0. Prof. II. II. Blaneh-ard prinei"ial of the Conrad high ' school arrived 'in Conrad Saturday bringing with him his bride. This came as a surprise to his Conrad friends, he wa$ married New Year's day to Miss Norma Hansen in Chicago, at the home " of ' the bride'-S parents, Mr: and . Mrs.' ! MI' - JI. Hansen. On ' their way to Conrad they visited friends and relatives in Iowa City, St. Paul aud Minneapolis. On their arrival in, the city they were given & reception, by several.' of their friends in the home on Wisconsin street that Mr. Blanchard had prepared for his bride. The couple have the best wishes of tbvir many friends, SENATORS NOT EXTRAVAGANT ran always do a little better at Orton "Brathera . Hath. Fischer. Voae, Hallet & Davia, Kimball .ClarV, Apollo Players, etc. Viclrola. etc. . AGE0. RESIDENT : KALISPELL DEAD Judge Burt Buried Yesterday by Masons Had Long, Interesting Career. Sjeeial to The Daily Tribune. . KalisjH'll. Jan. 9. Judge A. W. Burt, for many years a resident of the Flat-liead, passed away ounday at noon at the age of 84 years and was buried today. , . . Judge Burt was bora in Genesee county, New ork. May 2S, 1S32, and was admitted to the bar in that ttate, afterwards practicing in Fontiac, jlich and Liter in Huron, South akota, being a member of the com mission which codified the laws of that state and after passing the ripe age of three score years and ten served his t-tate as attorney genera!. Judge Burt moved to Moiitaii; -with his wife iu 1893 to be with their, only child Mrs. 5eo.. Fesen-den. on account of his wife's failing health. She passed away one year later. Judge Burt took an active part in politics, pridiuT himself on being an unvoui-promising republican. Judge Burt was actiw in Masonic work, having belonged to the order over fifty yi-ars, and was also a member of the Benevolent and Protective Order of J-.iKs. Many, times during his residence here he has stirred his hearers in these circles with the eloquence and vim of his speech. - j'rne funeral services took place on Tuesday?" being in charge of the Masonic lodge. The Elks lodge also attended in a ltodv and had a part in the service. Buriaf was in tho Conrad memorial cemetery. , . - Some men are so lazy it "even takes thejii a jnug time to grow old. of Kidney About fifteen years ago we commenced the sale of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Boot and. we do not. know of a single case where a customer waa dissatis- f icd with results obtained ; all of them I speaking words of praise. . Our exper- ii-ncc has convinced us that it is a splendid preparation .and we recommend it when we can. Very truly yours, .fcASIMAN IHLO COMPANY. " ! ... By B. Odel. June 29, 1916. Bakersfield, Calif. .California Drugg ... M - Prove What Swamp-Root Will Do For You. ' When your back aches, and your bladder and kidneys scm to bo disordered, remember it is needless to suffer on to vour nearest dms store and get a bottle , of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root. It is a physician's prescription for diseases of the i.kidnevs and bladder. It has stood the tct of years and has a reputation for quickly and effectively giving results in thousands of cases." Send ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A. Co.. Binghamton, N. Y.for a rample site bottle. It will convince anyone. You will aIo receive a booklet of valuable information.' tellinr ahont tha Icidn and bladder. When writing, be sore and mention the Great Falls Daily Tribune. bogles for sale-at all drug storey There is a practical way to measure the price of a piano. You must weigh the answers to your questions: "How long will it last?" ' ' "How much will it cost me to keep it?" , ' " - "What is its musical character and reputation?" Phone 7346 R. L. Pettit Mgr. tUtd Orraaa. Starr Piano. Pipe ana" Hill County Jury Is Being Selected SH-ial to The Daily, Tribune. I la re. Jan. !.-tlutiruiao Bertbelotte of thf larJ of county commissioner, ) buy ye-torday in selecting name of cligibles for jury duty during tho year. The chairman of the ooard, tho atM-wor and the. treasurer are required to have the list ready for turning orer to the clerk of the court by the first Monday in January. The list comprise some 2,100 names and is expected to represent every citizen taxpayer resident of the county. The only ineligiute are pub-lie officials, county, state and feuerml, ministers, doctors, 'lawyers a ad persons unable to read and write. STIFF, SOKE MUSCLES RELIEVED. Cramped muscles, or soreness following a cold or case of grippe are eased and relieved by an application of Sloan's Liniment. Dues not stain the akin or clog the pores like mussy ointment or plasters and penetrates. quickly withotrt rubbing. Umber up your muscles after exercise, drive out the pains and aches of rheumatism, neuralgia, lumbago, strains, sprains and bruises with Sloan's Liniment. Get bottle today. At all druggists, 25c Adv.. HAVRE MARRIAGES. : - ' Special to The Daily Tribune. : Havre. Jan. 9. Judge Pypcr yesterday performed the eereradny uniting in marriage Nicholas Musten and Martha. Kewe of Chester. Kilmer G. Knudson of Laude, Mont secured a license yesterday to wed Alette Sbfpstead and later they were made one by -Judge- Pypcr. Cha. Arthur Green of Cottonwood yesterday secured a lieene'to wed lnga Caroline Peterson of the-tamo place.- , ists' Opinion - Fifteen years .ago Dr. KSlmer'a Swamp-Root was introduced ' into our neighborhood and siuce that time our customers who have had occasion to use such a medicine speak in the highest terms of the value of twamp-Foot- It always gives universal .satisfaction, is a steady seller and a good reliable article. '. Very trul yours.- . F. FAIRC1ULD & SON. . ; iJniggista,- June 30, 1916. , Placer vilje, Calif. Regular fifty-cent and one-dollar size w . Medicine it

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