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VOL. 17 MALTA. MONTANA; TtHURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. NO. :~ SWh y we Advertise! Wi Oti REDUCE the Cost of Groceries. We are paying for this space for the sole pur pose of impressing upon your mind the FACT e that there is not another srore in this section that can give you better values for your money than we do. We doubt if any can do as well. f We must depend upon many sales, because ti our profits are small-so small, in fact, that without b a great volume of business we could not possibly make them. I Every dollar spent in this store helps to keep p n prices in this community down. It's to your own interest to trade with us. You get your money's o worth. I WE WANT YOUR BUSINESS, and are making the prices to get it. CLANTON & BRANDON Phon . .o cers This Bank SOLICITS YOUR BANK1NG BUSINESS OFFERS TO DEPOSITORS ABSOLUTE SCU R ITY, PROMFPT AND -(AREFUL . IT T'ENTION, 'and the most liberal treat ment consistent with Safe and Profitable Banking. We are in a position to extend banking accommo dations that any safe and conservative bank could extend. WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK MALTA, MONTANA . Heated Argument Why argue with Ia manivI who tries to collect an aCcoullt you have already paid? Why fuss until you get watrm around the neckband and 1theaten to "sta rt something." There is no need of it if you are doing business in the ___ modern way and have a checking account at our bank. No use to waste words then. The cancelled check you gave would settle the dispute quicker than a "scrap" and it isnl't nearly so hard on ones clothes-to say the least. STHE FIRST STATE BANK Capital - - - $50,000.00 / Ullllllllll IIIIIll llllllIIIIIIIIllllll Il$lll IIIi il IIHIIIIIIIIII III IIIIII IIIIIII\\ ' AUTO LIVERY Malta and Zortman Car will leave North Side livery MONDAY, WE\VDNESDAY and FRIDAY for Zort mau, returning same day. Fare to Zortman--one way, $7.50 ; round trip, $ 14.00. C. W. POWELL, Proprietor. Death of Mayor Caselberg. ' It is with sincere regret that we are a] called upon to record the death of' Mayor Philip Caselberg, which oc curred at the family residence at ai 1.05 o'clock a.m., on Sunday morning, o0 after a protracted illness of Bright's it disease and dropsy. Several months ago Mr. Caselberg went to the Pacific l3 coast to try and regain his failing health, and although it was thought p the change was beneficial he returned home and improved somewhat until cF a short time ago he gradually failed until the final summons came. el Mr. Caselberg was born in Russia, u coming to the United States at an early age with his parents. For sev- A eral years he worked at cigar making in the east, but in the summer of 181)9 he concluded there was a wider field in the West to better his condition d and coming to Malta he located on the north side where he did a lucrative e business manufacturing cigars, his t, wife and two children joining him t several months later. b As Mr. Caselberg was an active a man he was not content to remain L long in the cigar business, but at a once launched into the resturant fi business and opened up the "Bon Ton" Cafe, carryling on the busi- a ness at that place until he assumed c the management of the Malta hotel. I He made extensive improvements in d that hostelry, and was known to be a one of the best hotel men in north- e eastern Montana. i Before coming to Malta. he served I as Mayor and postmaster at Irand f Rapids, Minn.. the place rapidly im proving under his adcmi nistration. Mr. Caselberg was identified with every improvement for the public good, and was ever interested in anything pertaining to the welfare of our growing town. Hle served on the Board of Aldemen several years, and was afterwards unanimously chosen 1 Mayor, and had acted in that capacity various terms with untiring zeal and credit to those who were his staunch supporters. The deceased was a member of the ISagle Lodge, No. 1236, and of the Odd Fhriows L~odge. Funeral services were held at lhis late home Sunday afternoon at ;.0' p.m., by the Hev. I. J. Christler, an:l the renailns were forwarded to Minneapolis, Minn., for burial. Mr. (aselberg leaves a wife and two daugnhters, Mrs. Ellis Blumenthal and Miss Ielen (aselberg, who have our sympathy in their hour of sorrow. Resolutions of Respect. The following resolutions were ,,dopted at a meeting of the Eagles Lodge on the death of Mayor Cas(1 berg: The members of Malta Aerie, No. 1236, are bowed in sorrow over the taking away by death of their be loved Brother P. 11. Caselberg, The Fraternity extends to the bereaved family its heartfelt sympathy in their great sorrow, and coimme.ld him to to the loving care of 11im who "Compasseth about them that fear and who doeth all thinigs well." .le it therefore resolved that the entire community has suffered an irrepar'able loss, every good and just cause an ardent supporter, the Eagles a member, one whose cherry words and kindly greetings will never be forgotten and will live forever in the hearts of his Brothers. Be it further resolved that we express our sincere sorrow by causing a copy of these ltesolutions to be given to his family, that a copy be givent to our local paper for publica tioni and that the same he spread upon the records of our Chapter. "Think of his passing on, as dear, "In the love of them as tihe love of here, "Think of him as the same, I say, lie is not dead-lie is just away." Per order, Conmmitte. The Late Charles Russell. NMr. Charles E. Russell, whose obituary appeared in The Enterprise sometime ago was born July Ui, 1833, at Salisbury, Conn., and came to Wisconsin with his parents in 1848. He was a veteran of the Civil War, enlisting in the U. S. Cavalry at Keokuk, Iowa. Mr. Russell was united in marriage Oct. 18, 1870, to Susan V. Nelson at Usage, Mo. lie afterwards moved to Marksau, Wis., where lie made his home until 19i1, coming to Malta, Mont., with Ii's wtfe and son, taking up a homeseld, where he died ()Oct. 15, t11l4,of .Bright' d'se.ise. lie left a wife and three cdhildre William II., of Omero, Wis., Mrls. Henry Ilamre, of Berlin, Wis., ai,.l John L., oi' allta, Moit., all of whom were prse~lni at the funeral. lie is also survived by two sisters and four grandchildrenu. One sister, Mrs. T. W. Critchelte, is a residerit of Alex andria, Minn, and Mrs. Mary Russell of Carlos, Mmiiu. One hmaiughter died in infancy. Funeral servlces were held at his late home Oct, 15, (the 44th anniver sary of his wedding) by Rev. Carl Perrin of Malta, pastor of the Con gregationsul church. Burial in Malta cemetery.' When his time came to leave this earth he was prepared to enter the Great Beyond. Americai>i Horses in European War. The American horse is now in great demand for the warring nations of Europe, agents are active in most every state buying serviceable animals to fill up the decimated ranks of the thousands which have been laid low by the terrible cannonading of both armies. Almost every state in the Union is furnishing cavalry as well as artillery material to the belligerent factions. The American horse is a utility animal and excells that of any other country on the face of the earth. He has plowed our fields, fought our battles, and is the most faithful of animal kind. His reputation has extended to other countiries and he is now going to perform the services for foreign countries which he has so faithfully fulfilled at home. Woman's Club Meet. A most interesting session of the Malta Woman's club was held on Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. F. Kilduff, and roll-call wt s answered with bits of late news. The program was particularly suitable cn account of its proximity to election day, as it dealt with the machinery for making our state statutes, and also the laws governing caucuses, Remarkable Sale O0F COATS A large number have been sold since the sale started. We have been exceptionally busy all week. NO WONDER! When you have seen such perfect coats for women, misses and children at such low prices, right at the height of the season. If we hadn't deeided.to re duce stocks you would have been gladly paying reg ular prices for these same coats right now. Economical women appreciate the remarkable values we offer. The coats are going fast. They are all cut over the best Fall Models, perfectly made of favored fabrics, and worth much more than we ask for them. Come before it's too late. Assortments are still Complete, but you'd better hurry here to be sure you get the wanted sizes. BE HERE EARLY FOR BEST CHOICE Women's $17 to $20 Coats now $14.50 Women's $12 to $15 Coats now $10.50 Misses' $9 to $12 Coats now $7.50 Misses' $6.50 to $8.50 Coats now $5.00 to $6.50 All Children's coats included in this sale. One lot regular $5.00 to $10.00 values now only $3.50 25 per cent. off on all Wool 25 per cent. of oon allTrimmed F. W. ST. HILL " QUO VADiS" In 3 Acts 8 Parts PERFOIRMANCE LAST!(7 f', J'CTI',S AT THE ONE ONE NIGHT O RPH EU M PERFORMANCE ONLY ONLY WEDNESDAY, November 18 SHRemember we hlve made a special effort to presenl, this terrltying and inspiring--exquisitely religious-e.tupendous Photo Drama to the Orpheum patrons that will not only hold you spell bound but ereate a tremendous impression. Door open 7.15 Come early Performance 7.30 ADULTS 50c CHILDREN 25c BOX SEATS 60c Music, Malta's 5-piece Orchestra . . ..... primaries, and voting. The discussion was led by Miss Robertson and Miss Gerber, Mrs. Bruen and Mrs. Runge. Two other matters which came up for consideration were the Girls' Vocational Congress at Bozeman and the University of Montana Extension lecture course. The club is now co-operating with Bozeman College, and is furnishing a free course of instructive lectures to the people of Malta and vicinity. The second lecture of this cours2 was scheduled for November Io, at the Methodist church, and Prof. Dean II. Swingle gave a line talk on home sanitation to an interested audience. Another lecture is givenl sometime in the future. A demonstration of the story-telling department for children was given, and was enthusiastically received. Mrs. Killduff, Mrs. Davis and Master Temple Casady held the interested attention not only of the children but of the other club members us well. There is no doubt that thip, department will be a success. Afte a light lunch, the club adjourne:i. until November 21. Elsew\\ere in this issue appears tl. otlicial notices for the creiation 0C. two new speciia improvement dlis tricts. In a short time Malta will bh thoroughly covered witll the sewers and waterw\orlks. M1 rs. lialversoin wasbrounht in froi , Lovejoy yesterday in a very serions collditio. She was talken to th, Ebaugh hospital where she lalse away this morning. Tihree Chinamen were fatalk hiured in a resturann t in Ilavrc las week. The three men were in tli rear of the kitchen where they ha(: built a lire, and to hasten the heatec onle of tile ,Iien threw on what h, supposed was coal oil but it prove'; to Ihe gnsolille, and in the explosion Iollowiilg all three were f:Itally biiired.