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v"" \r Wot ®ritnme== r ~M Women's Corner! < > - - - RELATIVES OF WOUNDED ENTERTAINED AT Y. W. C. A. A Y. W. C. A. hostess house for the convenience of women relatives of wounded soldiers and sailors, was opened Christmas day, right opposite the L'nited States army debarkation hospital No. 5, formerly the Grand Central Palace, New York. The Louse has sleeping accommoda tions for fifty-six people _ and will be managed in connection with the New York City hostess house, which main tains a room registry for the aid of strangers in the city. The lower floor is given over to a lounge and information bureau, the second floor to a cafeteria where men in service and women relatives may have luncheon, tea or dinner, the third floor to a nursery, emergency and rest rooms and the upper three floors to sleeping rooms. FRENCH WOMEN NEED ■EMPLOYMENT. Employirffent must be found at once for 900,000 women munition workers in France, according to the industrial divi sion of the American Y. \V. C. A. in France. These women answered the rail of their country as truly as any soldier did. Yx 'Sw' Young Men Use Cuticura To Save Your Hair Nothing like shampoos with Cuticura Soap and hot water, preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dandruff and itching to keep the scalp and hair healthy. They are ideal for all toilet uses. In the morning share with Cuticura Soap the Cuticura way —without mug. After shaving and before bathing touch spots of dandruff or irritation with. Cuticura Oint ment. Then bathe face, hands and scalp with Cuticura Soap and hot water. UV 1 Cuticura Toilet Trio "WQ Consisting of Soap. Ointment and Talcum are indispensable adjuncts of the daily toi let in maintaining skin purity and skin health. By bringing these delicately medi cated emollient* in frequent contact with your skin as in use for all toilet trarposes, you keep the skin, scalp, hair and hands clear.sweetandhealthy.25c.ea.everywhere. / / jk W For Thursday, January 2nd at 2:30 p. m. for the continuation of sale by •• A I I AUCTION of the balance of the D. R. EDWARDS COMPANY'S furniture J I I stock. Those who have been attending this AUCTION know well enough Jj what it means, and will be right on hand at the opening. % a a Our lease expires in 20 days which is the extreme limit of the time we can 1 ■ m occupy the building, and at least one-third of our enormous stock yet re I mains to be sold, and consists of many of the most beautiful matched suits L W I we have ever carried; besides thousands of dollars worth of everything to furnish the home complete. All of which have been brought over from our i large warehouse, and placed upoij the floor for your inspection and sale. There will be no reservation whatever, everything MUST and WILL be sold, regardless of cost or value, inside of the time limit. If you desire a better / j furnished home at one-quarter the price, you will have to pay when the stock i is sold, don't fail to attend this great quitting business AUCTION sale. This w iH be the last notice of this AUCTION. The sale will continue daily at 2:30 * T\ D 1? FVIU A D F\C pA and 7:30 p. m. until time is up or stock is sold. A costly and useful piece of !%• JUmJ 11 i\IVL/l3 V>U« furniture will be given FREE at every sale to the people attending, whether JNO. H. RAVEN, Auctioneer buyers or not . 1 t — > \ • [ Sixty of them lost their lives in fac tories near Bourges and on the day^tlu! j armistice was signed, thousands of wo ; men marched to a cemetery to lay flowers on the grares of the heroines. Now 900,000 women are being dis missed because they have kept the mu nitions supply in advance of the pro gram. They are being replaced by men 1 returning from the front. 1 In Lyon, 12,000 women, will be out of | work this winter. Many of them ar>; ! refugees. They cannot return to the 'devastated regiojs until their homes are ; rebuilt. Others are housewives, who came from all parts of France in answer i 10 the call for workers. Pre-war iti i flustries cannot be put into operation for from three t> six months. These j women must support themselves and ! their families. Next summer there will ' be work for everyone. Industries will be ' running! the land will need women to j take the pliees of the 3,000,000 killed i rr disabled men. In the meantime winter j ! is at hand and food is scarce. i The prefect of one department called together American war workers to dis j cuss the advisability of sending over American sewing machines that the wo men could make civilian ftothes iu tlieir own homes for .returned soldiers. The women prefer working in a factory when i the wages are three times those allowed \ for home work, however. j The Y. W. C. A. is maintaining its \ Foyers des Alliees for factory workers. In places such as Bourges, where 1,000 women are Still being employed in aa ■ automobile factory, they are introducing industrial work. In whatever industries. ; women are employed the Y. W. C. A. , will, when possible, provide social and j ! recreational work. 5 i postmaster has a muff Postmaster William Cluston has a muff in his office which was left in the lobby of the postoffice. He is deeply con cerned lest the owuer freeze her hands, and he seems anxious to get it back to the owner. War Savings System Will Be Continued! Washington, Dec. 31.—'The treasury plans to issue long-term securities into j which war savings stamps and certifi- i | cates may be converted, and also to con-; i tinue the war savings system in 1920 and ! I succeeding years. Lewis 1?. Franklin, director of war I loan organization, announced this today j at the conclusion of a two-day confer ence of district war savings managers. War savings certificates of .$100 and $1,000 denominations are planned to make it unnecessary for purchasers of j such amounts to buy adhesive stamps, j DIES OF INFLUENZA. Special to The Daily Tribune. j Montague, Dec. 31.—Mrs. Jno Bradley. | j r.< e Hatncy, wife of the proprietor of; I the Bradley hotel, died at her home here j : Monday morning. She had been ill with ! the influenzc, when pneumonia and other | complications set in hastening the end. | She is survived by her husband, chil I dren and a number of relatives. Tiic | funeral was held this afternoon with 'interment in the local cemetety. j i \ j \ ■ , j j • . ; - ■ FUR AND FEATHERS trim this Turban * 5 i A dignified and smart turban for the yourig matron is this creation from Tappe. It is a rather tall shape of black panne velvet trimmed with- a broad band of black fur and an aigrette of uncurled ostrich. ' METHODISTS HAVE I NEW YEAR PARTY The members of the Epworth League of the Methodist church passed a pleas- , act evening in the church parlors last night holding the annual watch night services. A program, games and refreshments j occupied the early hours of the evening, and beginning at 11:15 the members j united in devotional exercises in charge : of their pastor, Rev. E. L. White, who gave a 15-minute address, expressing j very fittingly a New Year's message. The program given by the members of the league follows: Piano solo. Miss Virginia Hirrlinger. Reading. Mrs. M. H. Clark. Solo. Miss Lora McMann. Reading, Mrs. Fred Chichester. Solo. Miss Sarah Haight:. Reading, Mrs. Fred Chichester. Solo, Mrs. Arthur Barkeraeyer. baIlooFmaThere Lester E. Tintinger, Cascade boy who was recently honorably discharged from the aviation corps, Camp Morrison. \ a., is in the city for a few days. Mr. Tintin ger was a member of the 49th Balloon company. mille r brings suit Foreclosure proceedings have been initiated in the* district court against the Commercial National bank, Walter E. Tynes aftid Lenore Tynes by John I). Miller, the caption being intended to ob tain an order for the sale of land in sec tion 1-. township 22 north of range 5 east, which was allegedly given as se ' curity for an obligation of $150, payable in installments. Two payments of ?'i0 each are declared to have become de linquent. Interest at 12 per cent and $100 at torney's fees are asked for in the com plaint. The Commercial National bank, it is related, is named a defendant be cause it claims some interest in the land involved. I , j j : j The § Use | "Banquet" 1 Perfectly j Pasteurized 1 Butter, Milk | and i Cream Will add | to I Your | Happiness Throughout • the Coming Year. * sherry-pruker Franlf Sherry and Hetty B. Pruner, both of Spokane, were united in marriage at the Methodist parsonage last evening at 7 :30 by the Rev. E. L. White. Mr. Sherry, who is a barber, recently arrived in the Falls from Spokane and has de cided to make his home here. i EEE Just Received and Now on Sale at Kops Piano House. EE Every one a Gem. Bring List With You. Hear Them. =: ■ .. 18506—85c—Ilreaminfc of Home Sweet Home Charles Harrison i'Jie Kow ot No Man's Land Charles llart-Elliott Shaw. 18500—»5c—After You've Gene Marlon Harris. % HZ ■■■ I'm Glad I Can Make \'ou Cry Henry Burr 1851ft—85c—When Tony Goes Over the Top Billy Murray H Good Morning, Mr. Zip-Zip-Zip! Irthur Fields and Peerless Quartet J j faf 18199—85c—Waters of Venice—Walti (Violin and Accordion) Bernie and Baker & ZZZ 6 33 Good-Bye Alexander—Fox Trot (Violin and Accordion) Bernie and Baker JjHfc : h 18500—£5c— Mary—Fox Trot ....Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra WT ' rr: ;; Kock-n-Bje Baby—Fox Trot Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra » £. tzrn 45150—$1.00—A Little Bsreh Canoe and You Olive Kline and Orpheus Quartet = The Bluebird Klsie Baker — 4.H57—$1.00—The Americans Come! Keniald Werrenrath I Can Always Find a Little Sunshine in the V. M. C. A ~ Lambert Murphy and Orpheus Quartet —— : 55092—$1.50—Sounds of the Forest, Part I. Charles Kellogu Sounds of the Forest, Part II Charles Kellogg : 885»;-S8.00—Madama Butterfly—Tuttl i fior (Duet of the flowers) (Act 2) Puccini __ 1 FRANCES ALDA, Soprano—SOPHIE BRASLAt*, Contralto—In Italian .. .. ((8VW $3 00 I.a Boheme-^O soave faneiulla (Thou Sweetest Maiden) Puccini = FRANCES ALDA. Soprano-GIOVANNI MARTINELLI, Tenor-In Italian = —— $2.00—Garibaldi's Hymn • ■ - • Mercaotinl-Oliv ieri ENRICO CARUSO. Tenor—In Italian —~ = c ~ to gfe,sr«85!» '$&&!& m m Mischa Elman and Messrs. Bait, *tissland and Nagel of Boston Symphony Orchestra — ELMA GLUCK, Soprano—EFREM ZIMBALIST, Violinist—In Hebrew ~ $2.00—Hatikva ("Our Hope") George M. Cohan ^ — ■ V 1 (H 'fll — $1 .00— When You Come Back Zionist Hymn r~rr.^/ JOHN McCORMACK , Tenor — ——^3 87298—$2.00—Onward, Christian Soldiers.... ... ^— fj Baring-Gould-Snllivan 1 ERNESTINE SCHUMANN-HEINK, Contralto H MAIL ORDERS OUR SPECIALTY K? ^ PP king—blessie William Albert King and Tillie Kath erine Blessit of Great Falls were united in marriage at 2.30 yesterday afternoon at the Methodist parsonage by the Rev. E. L. White. Mr. and Mrs. King will make their home on a ranch near the city. SHIRK SUES Oil DOTE Otis Shirk. Jias brot suit in district court to recover on a note allegedly given by' the Treasure State Mercantile company, the actio", being also directed against Calvin Crimbaker. manager. Ow ing to withdrawal of the files the allega tions of the plaintiff are not known.