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;j-S w ■ & . : %dt ■ - %Q; 1 I s /'", t - ■ v J.ï'j ■ v :. . ' I "• ■' * « à M* §4m Æ M -S'- Î f&l :i SSÄSBK ssaassas sbessh: ■ ^s ssr s e I«. , OCTOBK» 16. IW4. A : :wTwyr,rrnro f •paahera at foe. B&pubücæn rally. Th* road faee. bat all reached Eaynesford with oat # good natored crowd until three a. tfow For the last hours |t was rain toward mg and morning anxious drivers «topped oat side to find out about the weather ly to return in a moment «crwered with on snow. About 8 a. m. the Beltites started for and chose to follow the lower road which is considered mods safer to muddy ither. ran along smoothly for « time to elide off the i Into the ditch, ft many by toe of their own party til son* tome to® forenoon hav mtil daylight tog spas* toe s was no aeeidant the crowd looked mpoa to dr trials as only part of the fan. reporte a happy time ex Ev< cept hours deanitog tbe mud from tbe garments of get oat into gallant enough to and push. EWALD BACE FOB COUNTY ATTOENET'S JOB Claims Nearly MM Names an lato Wrged Declaring that he is yielding to plena of hi» friends and not to personal desires, County Attorney A. BwaW defeated in the recent publican primary for renomination for that office. Tuesday filed with Com ty Clerk John E. Moran bis independ for the county attir ent ney»a « for the coming | 4;» just one-half Emit th# end of the for «ftf te foa*, i. By aa 8. for foe office H. ft Kk wtfo ttm cm % .fol» ; te a fote iKât ' ** «mote te M s aw ' ;; ■ me&mmi-^^meee tenftteMKajsiHgMMMK| emÿeèeemmitÊ^ * ^ > *dSi * aatefo 1 wm w fo "Personally 1 of tbe Ætt 5 ,1 fort foat |t i* my duty to wt «My friands say that foe will be a VNiVlpPi do his duty and enforce the law wad he reelected for * Should 1 be reelected, I tinue to strive to vigorously prosecute afi county caaéè." KM iUmo pl»l» OiAikiiâft Wffi. r«m rfilfüi of political rallie« with a ca pacity house at the K. F. hall on last Thursday. October 8th. Wro. Fluhr presided as local chairman and intro* duoed the various of r. l. th# ùMms, inviting attention to toe ocratl« ty ticket. Wm, Oeckrill tiers with between the flhertfT# end County At touched briefly on state i. Owkh The ' tile evening r, former as was by sistant district attorney, who «mph« sixod tile corruption of tbe present republican administration and colled for support for democratic state add national as for toe county «IIWW. The candidat« present for the rally wise responding to the chairman's to trodnction sioner, Norton for sheriff. for '• i î» F. and Pügeram, Grayhill, surveyor Cowley and Ward for the legislature. Following tbe speaking program, democrats treated the crowd in joy «bk den«, lasting for r of hoars. The of local talent, Mrs. L. . Müs AÔc* at — m?jk LEGION FLANS DANCE t foe local port of the to a I M pft on Nov. 1 ar «■= te foe hope to C. H. King «; to 7 e'cSeefc p. m. te foe yosmger drsn, and from ? mtii 8 tefoa • is to L» a <fo te ib« I« foe Late« w« te tort an is* ? •i î ■ *** -te4 A - »■ •te tika _ ■ i ■ 5N I pSSip, * ' K A aoUd train -load of be «be«» to Great « on M **** day. The train carries 8 ticl Milwaukee. Wie, where It Ws« at the international' dairy «xteo to b to œ «to « Portland, Ora., for toe nal Livestock tos*, N« 1 to 18. Tbe slop in Great WwMt arranged by the Great Northern Included to the »took are ton Milk company's Seattle : will show some of his prias wl horse«, recently exhibited In mt cities. of to* Chicago. wrote to is sa 4 of mlfit every day tor two . .... 3 Mr day ths« tells of «wfn« tote ^ i sa ss ss ^ ■■■; — . . 4 , M t, I to a Twenty thousand «us of an extensive di sp l ay of dairy cattle and fat stock will greet the Second Annul North to J Montana Corn and Livestock at Gnat Falls, October 28-80, to County Agent P. E. teilte it m to to teas at foe team Live* l for to stock show. »8.78© to liberal list ! to — s»gsa! » «g. ' ! | j.- 11 . 5 co/f Leavitt's Speech in Belt ® rftfct tefos m m iba tetoBtefos Wto Ma # • «arte» te te Maft te «M be I rfo> : ' 4 tow . te tbe at to foe ef rifforo* te sfogi« vote major « atatomsmt that for baking away » court te pass te acte te , to s for rat e oaa ti » foe: «etc - it by that asm* F dtar v. *rt -foe My of britoe" Ha Is 1 f a great m foe heart, to s adder, she to a of ft rt to bring to* train to Qn î and In arranging f» At train, Budd. president te the road. road official« had Hi mind for it of dairying In our tom to to s« of be ar. to* We believe It wi - to ear to ! a mm- toe to î £>wlk Tm k* H. D., 17, On the ISth. at Hk ft wifi com Havre, and Ä fl be to« • v ' aa to tos heated atufi tl-t ,|.y. neun . torium kb the and Lewis .ihibits rates of one fow|*Y trip u pas and one rat® for foe way. to ba 1 the «rond day te Great totedal «ntertidueset i. tares «nr the te may be application to F. B. Me manag«, or foe Great rial Club. total to right umm «prrifct te eoo to 4 tobte M-the in e rebrilkm gress or » j trust Mr. say that bad the in veto beat of on act wooki ■aSMMMt almost « time, aa Brat He held that for foe of te and Be te the *« foe Wb « ' hasty ; r î- tM Cal : man, j . third î with § - d i.'tte •te it,. He pro te foe country : v . congress by &üj»* ç, vwufiw» "•» ^to*****#® 9^ ft. **jri <* 4 g v-yi l -ag j*| a*« into «»y |1 eolkgft. * L«vttt to ,o tsarism K?f. «maai the count je» of the r* of hi. district. «I »king In central and ». Heart week he will visit Great h % b -11 m com m unities, » teat week 1» October «wing up the valley, fro* Otindjv* to wifi bo at Groat Oil r ». —s— *-»-■ n „ » > - Saturday night to toe storm toe . E. Ban •teLwSator of toe Land Of««, W. S Ham«®, eanddato for a Um. to the K. F Hall. * A of Great after a 1 W. I. Bennett who spok, at , W, E. Harmon at i was the of his tor in «ble to stet ivefer by the ■'*- ■ » . only once toet he bad an his race for pflirtfti. te tod in i.hj m to Tito flow , ■ Mid I by m< r. The rally whi « teft as aHftM ate«® on the m tm MAN FATALLY HUIT W AUTO ACCIBH „ î ad Goos Off tteter Bakteaer, a Stocken, «tod «t foe te Thursday in an first thought to bo not ^ äMä fort* to f a a riding M ridtet < in , 1 FIVE as a caw member, bas been give« « rafo* which plaero him among fos five Imte ■** - te *** * to Chartes X. r »j «. During bis be has » and cap club work. In a« community and hi* corn rite been the taste factor to fo* tkm te boriiw te acres Brtd to «a be ^w*. 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