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Falls Firm Receives
Association Award
Heyn & Keeley, photographers of this
city, were awarded an engraved certifi
cate for photographs displayed by them
at the exhibit held by the North Cen
tral Photographie association at Minne
apolis, October-3 to 6. Only <2 such
certificates were given, one being
awarded tothtf local firm for its first
display at the exhibits of the associa
tion.
Photographic work from »studios all
over the United States were shown at
the exhibit, aad many Inrge establish
ments in eastern confers bave annually
occupied prominent positions at the
exhibit. The pictures sent, which drew
the certificate of merit, were made by
II. J. Keeley.
(Mrwtli
scandinavian fraternity
Regular meeting tonight. K. of P.
hall. .T. M. JENSEX. Pres.
A. E. JOHNSON, Sec..
dance fort shaw
Saturday, Oct. 22nd. Great Falls
music. New floor.
primrose camp, r. n. a.
Friday at 2 p. m.,
Special meeting
K. of P. hall.
Hemstitching. 316 Fourth street No.
yes, we lgan money
On first class close in city property.
Reasonable rates and terms. First
Mortgage Loan Co.
New Street Railway Schedule
Effective Sunday, October 23rd, the following
Schedule for Street Railway Service will maintain.
SCHEDULE
In addition to the signs distinguishing the cars,
route numbers have been assigned to each route, and
cars will carry these numbers prominently displayed at
the head end.
ROUTE NO. 2
Black Eagle Park via 8th avenue north to 25th street.
ROUTE NO. 3
Boston Heights via Central avenue.
ROUTE NO. 4
South Side.
ROUTE NO. 5
North Side and Boston Heights via Fifth avenue north.
ROUTE NO. 8
Smelter.
Smelter service will run to Brick Station only.
Black Eagle Service will run to 8th avenue north and
25th street only.
Boston Heights and North Side Service will run en
tirely around the loop, out Central avenue and in on
Fifth avenue north, and out Fifth avenue north and in
on Central avenue.
South Side Service will run entirely around the loop,
out Third avenue and in on Sixth avenue.
These changes have been made after careful study
and analysis of the traffic conditions, and we bespeak
the co-operation of the public in our endeavor to give
adequate, efficient and courtetous service.
THE MONTANA POWER COMPANY.
Street Railway Department.
J. R. HOBBINS, Manager.
LEAVE
PARK DRIVE
6:25 A. M.
6:45 A. M.
7:05 A. M.
NEW SCHEDULE
Route No. 8
SMELTER LINE
To Smelter
LEAVE
BRICK STATION
6:45 A. M.
7:05 A. M.
7:25 A. M.
From Park Drive 6:25 A. M. and every
20 minutes thereafter until 12:05 A. M.
ARRIVE
BRICK STATION
6:45 A. M.
7:05 A. M.
7:25 A. M.
Route No. 8
From Smelter
From Brick Station 6:45 A. M. and every
20 minutes thereafter until 12:05 A. M.
ARRIVE
PARK DRIVE
7:05 A. M.
7:25 A. M.
7:45 A. M.
LEAVE
PARK DRIVE
7:00 A. M.
7:20 A. M.
7:40 A. M.
Route No. 3
BOSTON HEIGHTS LINE
To Boston Heights via Central Avenue
ARRIVE
BOSTON HEIGHTS
7:20 A. M.
7:40 A. M.
8:00 A. M.
From Park Drive 7:00 A. M. and every
20 minutes thereafter until 12:00 midnight
Route No. 3
From Boston Heights via Central Avenue
LEAVE ARRIVE
BOSTON HEIGHTS PARK DRIVE
6:10 A. M.
6:30 A. M.
6:50 A. M.
From Boston Heights 6:10 A. M. and every
20 minutes thereafter until 11:50 P. M.
6:30 A. M.
6:50 A. M.
7:10 A. M.
Route No. 5
From Boston Heights via Fifth Avenue North
LEAVE ARRIVE
PARK DRIVE BOSTON HEIGHTS
6:30 A. M. 6:50 A. M.
6:50 A. M. 7:10 A. M.
7:10 A. M. 7:30 A. M.
From Park Drive 6:30 A. M. and overy
20 minutes thereafter until 12:10 A. M.
Route No. 5
To Boston Heights via Fifth Avenue North
LEAVE ARRIVE
BOSTON HEIGHTS PARK DRIVE
6:40 A. M. 7:00 A. M.
7:00 A. M. 7:20 A. M.
7:20 A. M. 7:40 A. M.
From Boston Heights 6:40 A. M. and every
20 min utes the reafter untiI 1 1 :40 P. M .
BLACK EAGLE PARK LINE
Route No. 2
To Twenty-fifth Str&et via Eighth Avenue North
leave arrive
PARK DrtlVE 25th STREET
6:38 A. M. 6:56 A. M.
6:58 A. M. 7:16 A. M.
7:18 A. M. 7:36 A. M.
From Park Drive 6:38 A. M. and every
. 20 minutes thereafter until 11:58 A. M.
From Twenty-fifth Street via Eighth Avenue North
LEAVE Route No. 2 ' ARRIVE
25th STREET PARK DRIVE
6:56 A. M. 7:14 A. M.
7:16 A. M. 7:34 A. M,
7:36 A. M. 7:54 A. M.
From Twenty-fifth Street 6:56 A. M. and
every 20 minutes thereafter until 11:56 P. M.
LEAVE
PARK DRIVE
6:14 A. M.
6:34 A. M.
6:54 A. M.
Route No. 4
SOUTH SIDE LINE
From Park Drive 6:14 A. M. and every
20 minutes thereafter until 12:14 A. M.
ARRIVE
PARK DRIVE
6:38 A. M.
6:58 A. M.
7:18 A. M.
LEAVE ZINC PLANT LINE ARRIVE
PARK DRIVE ZINC PLANT
6:40 A. M. 7:05 A. M.
All regular Smelter Cars will connect at Zinc Plant
Junction with Zinc Plant Car during change shift
(Advertisement*)
fall bulbs
Hyacinths, Daffodils, Crocn«, Narcis
sus, Tulips. Inquire for prices Barke
meyer Grain & Seed Co., ■ 15 Third
street south.
automobile tops
Recovered and repaired. GREAT
FALLS UPHOLSTERED CO., »25
Central avenue.
caluhfl of calendar
Calling of both criminal and civil
calendar for both departments set for
10 a. m. Friday, October 21, 1921. By
order of the court.
ALEX REMXEAS, Clerk.
fuller brushes
Phone 0412 between 5 and 1 p. m.
special
Pearl necklaces, 24 inches long; reg
ular $15.00 values. Spécial, $6.50.
Crown Jewelry Co., 225 Central.
Weideman Coal & Feed. Phone 4619.
roundup and carbon coal
ideal plumbim « heatibo
Phone 6524. 405 1st Ave. South.
eyeglasses
Eyes tested and fitted, $3.50 up.
Crown Jewelry Co., 225 Central Ave.
lad T es T nd gents tailors
Hansen & Dorman, 19 Thisted Bldg.
Truck hauling, ashes, coal, sand and
gravel. Phone 9767.
.... * • i
Positively the Last Two Days of the
Wide Discount at The Paris
y
Young Girls' M AP
Beaver Hats . TetFv
Values to $10.50
—I n c 1 u d i n g roll brims,
straight brims and sailors.
Every smart little miss
should own one. They are
exquisitely trimmed with
grossgrain r i b b o nr Deep,
fluffy, silk beaver in brown,
beaver and black.
—For three weeks everything in this entire stock
has been reduced from 10% to 50%, and tomorrow
will be the last day.
—The movement to put the dollars to work will con
tinue, but many lines have been depleted to such
an extent that the discount cannot be continued.
—Today will be a good time to anticipate winter
needs because there are no exceptions throughout
the store—all lines are reduced.
•—The success of the plan has been far greater than
we anticipated and now that the last two days have
arrived there will be a whirlwind finish.
Important Ready-to-Wear Articles at Big Reductions
—In view of the exceptionally clever styles and the good materials these garments pre
sent the biggest economies of the whole year!
BLOUSES £<2 9C
SPECIAL, 9viL9
Regulär Vais, to $7.50
—Double table full of
these dainty models.
The Georgette is of a
firm quality, in med
ium weight and the
texture is strong and
serviceable.
—Every new style and
color is represented in
this group and the
sleeves are fascinat
ingly clever.
i SMART a ap
SWEATERS, CmCD
Former Values, $4.95
—Decidedly attractive
and pretty styles for
women, that will add
warmth and comfort
these chilly mornings
and evenings.
—Slip-over models.
Some are trimmed at
collar and cuffs with
All colors of the rain
bow from which to
§ choose.
I SPORT (A Cf|
SKIRTS .. 90.9U
Similar Values Sold a
Few Weeks Back at
$19.50
—They are new! "Just
arrived." Now just
think of the glorious
combination of a beau
tiful plaid or striped
skirt and a pretty
blouse. Made of that
durable prunella cloth
in plaids and stripes in
§ plaited designs.
§ petti- #4 f|h
bockers ?I-UU
—Just think of it! The
full length pettibock
ers, made of a good
quality mercerized
sateen, with shirred
pantlettes and waist
band; and you will not
be confined to any one
color, but may choose
from green, purple,'
taupe, brown and black.
Special, as long as
f they last, $1.00.
I
No
Infants' Whiteft AP
Coats* Each .
Regular Values to $6.50
—Short corduroy models,
fully lined, inter-lined with
belt and roll collars.
—They come in 6 months and
year old. Pure white silk;
corduroy.
Discount of 10 to 50 Per Cent, on Everything in the Store
Nainsook Chemise and
Bloomers, Hùgè
Special, Each . | erL
Regular Values to $2.25
—Wonderful group of fine
soft quality material. Each
separate garment is trimmed
and made in the newest style.
Bloomers in cotton crepe.
Extraordinary specials at
79c.
Bloomers and A|l|^
Camisoles, Eac TtrVr
Regular Values to $1.35
—This group comprises good
nainsook bloomers and cami
soles and a few sateen bloom
ers in white. The camisoles
are daintily trimmed in lace
and come in flesh color only.
Special, 49c.
Fresh From Their Tissue Wrappings
Are Hundreds of New Garments
That Have Come to Share in This Phenominal Ready-to-Wear Event
PER CENT
REDUCTION
25J
—Buying excitement and selling activity has marked
every hour since the first day of this movement. Pat
rons of this store have responded so enthusiastically
and have bought so heavily that it is now necessary to
send another representative to New York for more
garments. In the meantime the new shipments offer
renewed opportunities.
Every Suit in the Store
Every Dress Suit in Store
Every Street Suit in Store
Every Tailored Suit
Every Sport Suit in Store
Every Coat in the Store
Every Wrappy Coat in Store
Every Dressy Coat in Store
Every Tailored Coat
Every Sport Coat in Store
I Every Dress in the Store
Every Afternoon Dress
Every Evening Dress
Every Business Dress
Every Street Dress in Store
Every Fur Coat in the Store
Every Fur Piece in the Store
Every Kimono in the Store
Every Skirt in the Store
| Every Waist in the Store
Women's Silk
Stockings ...
—And 10 Per Cent Off This
Price.
,—Our unusually good quality
of pure silk hose, seamed
back, lisle top and double sole.
Shown in cordovan, African,
navy and white. Special,
pair, $1.50.
—And 10 Per Cent Off This
Price.
Women's Lisle 4 4 A
Stockings ... i«lv
—And 10 Per Cent Off This
Price.
—Full fashioned, mercerized
quality, that renders fit and
service equal to the best silk
hose. Colors gray, brown,
cordovan, champagne, black
and white. Special, pr., $1.10.
—And 10 Per Cent Off This
Price.
Women's and Children's High Grade
Union Suits at Half Price
—Special'group of some of our finest union suits that are what's
called odd lots and broken sizes, yet the assortments contain
practically all sizes and
every style. Choose now for
your immediate and future
needs.
—Certain lines of women's good
union suits, values $2.50. OC
Now Half Price 91
—Certain lines of women's mercer
ized union suits, values $3.25.
Special at £4 CQ
Half Price aOO
—Certain lines of women's silk top
union suits, values $5.50. 7C
Special at Half Price... «Ci I 9
—Certain lines of children's union
suits, silk and wool, f%Q
values $5.25, now
—Certain lines of children's taped
3-in. union suits; high neck, long
sleeves, ankle length; $1.35
values. Half Price OÖW
y
7,
w
Group of Fine Corsets at
Exactly Half Price
—This remarkable group has been selected from our regu
lar stock, embodying the best known makes in the United
States. Some broken lines and some discontinued numbers
that are the best styles we have in the entire corset section.
Front Lace and Back Lace Models
—And there is a special design to suit every
figure.
—Beautiful broche and silk brocaded cor
sets, also plain corsets in flesh, pink and
white. Every woman should take advantage
of this most unusual offer.
—Some Gossard Corsets
—Some Modart Corsets
—Some Nemo Corsets
—Some C. B. Corsets
—Some Redfern Corsets
—Some Lyra Corsets *

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