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Great Falls daily tribune. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1895-1921, February 13, 1919, Image 8

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High School Auditorium Crowd
ed to Capacity to See An
nual Presentation.
Parents of high school boys and girls
who have been attending the annual class
plays were enthusiastic last evening in
their praise of the boys and girls who
presented the annual Junior play at the >
auditorium Perhaps 110 class of players
ever had more encouragement to do their
best, for the auditorium was crowded to
capacity and there was a school spirit
that keyed the players up to their highest
tension. The seniors and the juniors
each had sections assigned to them, and
there was class cheering between the acts
itf the play that made the old fpel young
again and the young to feel more loyal
to their school and their classes.
The pl«y presented was "Fawn-No
Fraid." a story of the frontier days,
having its setting in the Northwest and
the character suggested by the title role
that of an Indian girl. The players evi
denced that they had been splendidly
ccached by Mrs. Vivian Cameron, director
of public speaking and dramatics in the
high school. They also gave proof of
good ability, and every one of them won
ami received many compliments for their
good work.
• As an added feature to the program.
Miss Bernice Babb contributed a vocal
Red blooded people retain their youth
and vigor until late in life because red
blood ages slowly.
A child with impure blood seems
old, while an old man with pure red
ironized blood seems young-.
Impure blood clogs the system wit'.i
waste matters, rapidly ageing body, j
mind and spirit.
Pure blood is red blood, rich In Tron j
and Phosphates with power to rid itself i
of waste matter and able to carry life- !
giving oxygen to every cell and nerve, i
It matfes both young and old bright, j
happy, keen, and interested in life This |
is the blood you need, every day of your
life, the rich red blood made by pure ;
food, fresh air. restful sleep and "Phos- j
phated Iron the red blood and nerve j
"Phosphated Iron enriches Tour blood ;
and nerves, putting them in shape for
work. Improves your color, increases
your appetite and gives you strength,
vigor and pow^r to enjoy both work
and pleasure, makes you feel like do
ing things once more.
Phosphated Iron is prescribed by lead
ing doctors for all who are worn out,
run down, nervous, weak and thin
Wooded people in all walks of life, they
have learned to depend on it for honest
Special Notice—To insure physicians
and their patients receiving the genu
ine Phosphated Iron, we have put in
capsules only, so do not allow dealers
to substitute pills or tablets, insist on
the genuine, in capsules only.
Cascade Pharmacy, 110 Third street
s outh; Model Prescription Pharmacy, 312
Central avenue; Great Falls Drug Co.,
Wholesale Distributors, and leading drug
gists everywhere.—Adv.
Catarrh is a Real Enemy
and Requires Vigorous Treatment
Do Not Neglect It.
TvTien you use medicated sprays,
atomizers and douches for your Ca
tarrh, you may succced in unstopping
the choked-up air passages for the
time being, but this annoying condi
tion returns, and you have to do the
same thing over and over again.
Catarrh has never yet been cured
by these local applications. Have
you ever experienced any real benefit
from such treatment?
T-W-G Saturday
Nights & Sunday
His Night at The Club
Assisted by His Own Company of
Sydney Grant
Arnhut Bros.
Cleo. Gascoigne
Carville & Gordon
Velma Whitman
Dainty Marie
Gorhada & F ifi
The Lavars
Marj. Bennett
Arthur Shirley
And Special Orchestra
Lower Floor, $2; Balcony, $1.50, $1; Gallery 50c, Plus Tax
Seat Sale Friday Noon. Mail Orders Now.
Sanitary Cash Grocery
Phone 6067 CASH AND CARRY Sixth and Central
Fancy hand -picked Michigan Navy Beans ; 15c 4
value. Per pound IUI#
Fancy Early Ohio Potatoes. "Everyone a
real Murphy." Per hundred lbs
Tru Blu Soda Wafers.
5-lb. caddy
Hostess Early June small sifted Peas; 22c value.
Per can
Fresh Eggs every day from Sun River Valley
Poultry Ranch. Per dozen'
Libby's Pineapple, fancy pack, large, No. 3 can;
38c value. Per can
solo. The other musiral numbers were
by the high school orchestra, under^tae
direction of Miss Irene Frenberth.
tilve Nordquist was manager of the play,
1<iverett i> (a ] yea t was stage manager ana
Arno AJ brecht had cha.'ge of handling the
lights. The cast of characters was :ts
Rev, John Blake Herbert Graybeal
Francis Hughes, acting manager of
the W. K. & C. lt. K.. Ira Pearson j
Edward Fielding MiltonSehwmgel j
Douglas Mason Harold Kiebler j
(Employed in the office of the . K. <&
C. Ii. R.) T , u
Steve Malone Andrew Realty
sheriff... .James Evans
Jonah Hawkins
Tom MeShane Clarence Nelson;
Fawn-No- F raid Lucille Greer j
Mrs. Susan Brent, Mason's aunt. : .. I
Noah Hawkins, Jonah's son
John McDonald
Mary Hawkins Margaret Frisbee
Kose Hawkins Maude Remington
(Jonah's daughters)
Fitzhufh Montmerry-Loveland .....
Herbert Onstad
Octavia Brent Gladys O'Leary
Genevieve Brent Ruby Lamont
(Her daughters)
Flossie Mason Ezora Nollar
Irene Gordon Bessie Peacock
(Octavia's friends)
Fleurette, Mrs. Brent's maid
rette, Mrs. Krent s maKl . .
e MoShané .7 .Ï.Ï.Ï Lu^e Bristol |
"Sharks" Defeated
in Fast Contest
"Dubs" Tie Score and Fifth
Game Is Necessary to De
cide Championship.
"Sharks" went down to defeat before
"Dubs" in the Y. M. C. A. special in
door baseball scries last night, the final
score being 14 to II. The game was
anybody's until the ninth inning when a
"Dub" rally overcame the "Shark" ag
gressiveness and won.
Last night's outcome makes a fifth
game necessary to break the existing tie
and determine the championship, each
team now having won two games. The
deciding contest will be played at 7:43
tomorrow night.
The teams lined tip as follows last
night :
"Sharks"—Fremer. catch: Shanahan,
pitch; Williams, first base; Stephenson,
second base; Jardine, third base: Ar
mantage, right, short; MeCall, left short;
Cunningham, left field; Des Jardine,
right field.
"Dubs"—Watson, catch: Roe, pitch:
Nelson, first base: Jackson, second
base: Mitchell, third base: Haven, left
short; French, right short; Holdeman,
left field: Kaebock, right field.
The Clements team took three of four
games from the I'arrish team in the
Y . M. C. A. volleyball games last evening,
the scores being: Clements 0-1Ö-15-15;
I'arrish 15-5-8-1.
A. E. Yount yesterday defeated C. E.
Williamson at handball, taking two
straight games.
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Cut Bank, Feb. 12.—Superintendent
J. L. Close of the Kalispell division of
the (Jreat Northern was at Cut Bank
yesterday on an inspection tour of his
Throw these makeshift remedies to
the winds, and get on the right treat
ment. Go to your drug store to-day,
get a bottle of S. S. S., and commence
a treatment that has been praised by
sufferers for nearly half a century.
S. S. S. gets right at the source of
Catarrh, and forces from the blood
the germs which cause the disease.
You can obtain special medical advice
regarding your own case without
charge by writing to Medical Direc
tor, 22 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ga.
R. C. Frisbie was here yesterday on
short business mission from Stanford.
R. E. Frost came in from Simms
yesterday to spend the day looking after
business interests.
Miss Tillie Freeh returned ti ^ her
home at Wayne yesterday after a brief
business shopping trip to this city.
Mrs. IL C. Donaldson and son arrived
yesterday afternoon from Fort Benton
to spend a few days iti the city y 1 s 1 1 -
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C-.
Mrs. S. T. Getts, who has been in
Great Falls for the last few days hay
ing dental work done, left yesterday aft
ernoon to return to her home at feun
Mrs. A. D. Hill and daughter and son,
Dorothy and Lloyd, of Bozeman, were
here yesterday for a brief visit wlnle
or) mute to Rudyard to visit a sister,
Mrs. H. II. Hill.
^ Irs u n jd a Wolpert returned to her
l>on»o at Helena yesterday after spend
ing the past week or so in Great 1 alls
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Vivian and
her daughter, Miss Eleanore ASolpert.
Mrs. A. R. Hill and son, Norman, of
Bozeman. passed thru the city yester
day on their way to Fort Benton to
1.^ bpr ntB / Mr . and Mrs. Robert
McKrady. Mr McBrady is ill at a Fort
Benton hospital.
Private Ralph W. Raab returned yes
t.erday to resume his position with the
Ryan Mercantile company after spend
ing the past year in the II. K. service
with the spruce division at \ ancouver
Barracks, Wash.
J. R. \V. Davis, chief engineer of the
maintenance of way arrived Tuesday
evening to inspect the Great Northern
tracks and switches in and around this
city and will leave today on an inspec
tion trip to Billings.
Mrs. A. I. Crary came in from Belt
to visit her husband who has been ill
at one of the local hospitals for the
past few weeks. Mr. Crary was able to
be out yesterday and plans to return to
his home in a few days.
Mrs. W. M. Fergus, who returned
Monday night from Havre, where she
attended a meeting of thi j missionary
workers of the First Presbyterian church
on Monday, has gone to Missoula in the
interest of the work there,
Miss Elizabeth Hedrick and Miss Mar
garet Iledrick, who have been in the
city for the past week the guests of j
Miss Doris Bjornstad and Miss Heien
Oakland, left yesterday afternoon to re
turn to their home at Lewistown.
Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Lease left yester
day afternoon for Belt. Mr. Lease went
there to attend to some business mat
ters and M-s. Leace accompanied him.
While there Mrs. Lease will spend a
couple days visiting Mrs. C. II. Provin.
Private Henry W. Brand is in Great
Falls on a 10 days' furlo visiting friends.
Private Brand was for a time stationed j
with Company G 14th Infantry at the j
B. & M. smelter and is now with the j
same company at Camp Grant, Rockford, ;
AV. M. Fergus and four salesmen of j
the Ryan Mercantile company returned j
Tuesday from Billings, «vhere they at- ]
tended the annual banquet of the Ryan j
Mercantile houses. They made the en- |
tire trip. 528 miles, by automobile and j
found the roads in fine condition all the j
Mrs. Mary B. Hood arrived in the city ;
from Denver the first of the week and j
will spend several days here as the guest j
of friends Mrs. Hood was formerly a i
stenographer in the office of County At- j
torney (J. A. Judson and was called here
to submit testimony in criminal cases ,
now pending.
Private Clifford Ellis, who has been t
stationed with the I*. S. marines at Gal- ,
veston, Tex., for the past year, is ex
pected to return home Monday. Private
Ellis has been honorably discharged from j
further service and will probably again '
take up his interests with his father on
their ranch near Truly.
Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Reiily. western rep
resentatives for the It. P. Smith «Sr Sorts
company of Chicago, after a few days'
business visit in Great Falls left yester
day afternoon on a short business trip to
Lewistown. They expect, to return to
this city the latter part of the week and
then leave for Seattle and other coast,
cities. They are accompanied on thoir
trip bv Théo Pullirun, representative for
the Weyenberg Shoe company of MÜ
Mrs. E. F. Miksch and daughter. Mrs.
D. E. ITardman. and son, Private Taylor
O. Miksch, were in the city yesterday
for a brief visit returning to their home
at Simms yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Miksch and daughter came in yesterday
morning to meet their son and brother,
who arrived yesterday afternoon from
Omaha, Neb., where he has been sta
tioned with the, C. S. signal-corps for
several months. He was recently nms
tered out of the service and after a
brief visit here he will return to Omaha
to a former position there.
Sets New Auto
Records for Mile
and Kilometer
Daytonn. Fla.. Feb. 12.—Ralph de
Palma broke the world's automobile i rc- j
ords for both a mile and a kilometer in
straightaway dashes today, on Daytonn
The time" for the mile, as announced by
officials of the Automobile Association
of America was 24.02 seconds. !.gainst
Bob Burman's record of 25.10 seconds,
made in 1011.
l»e Pahna'» kilometer time was 15.85
seconds, or two seconds below the rcc
Acetylene is expected to come into
general use for lighting in Denmark as
the government, has named a commission
to pass upon lamps sold and carbide w
easily obtained from Norway.
Give Way Before the Penetrat
ing Effect of Sloan's
So do those rheumatic twinges and
the loin-aches of lumbago, the nerve
inflammation of neuritis, (he wry neck,
the joint wrench, the ligament sprain,
the muscle strain, and the throbbing
The ease of applying, the quickness
of relief, the positive results, the clean
liness, and the economy of Sloan's
Liniment makes it universally preferred.
30c, 00c. $1.20.

' J
Julian Eltinge.
World's Most Famous Impersonator of Female Roles.
Scats will go on sale at the Grand !
opera house at noon Friday for the !
appearance there on Saturday and Sun
evenings of Julian Eltinge, the
famous impersonator of female roles.
Mr. Eltinge is touring the country under
the management of William Morris and
carries his own superb company of •">•>
people, all of them capable stage per
formers and most of them favorites of
the patrons of the footlights. There has
been a heavier mail order demand for
tickets to the Eltinge show than to any
production that has visited Great Falls
since the war started, s« it is evident
in advance that he will he greeted by
capacity* house on both evenings.
Eltinge comes in a sketch written by
himself and June Mathis and called "His
Night at the Club", this being designed
to display all the curves of Eltinges
alluring art and to proffer his newest
characterizations in attractive setting.^
New songs have been provided by
Cora McGeachy, whose genius has also
been expended brilliantly in the ward
robe, her ability as a song writer being
only equaled by her gifts as a costumer.
The supporting company in "His
Night at the Club" Is composed of
Marjorie Bennett, sister of Enid Ben
nett, the motion picture actress, Veima
the nafipnal joy smoke
Copy rial
v R. J. U
Never was such
right -handed-two-fisted-smokejoy
as you puff out of a jimmy pipe packed
with Prince Albert ! That's becauso
P. A. has the quality!
You can't fool your taste apparatus
any more than you can get five aces
out of a family deck ! So, when you hit
Prince Albert, coming and going, and
get up half an hour earlier just to start
stoking your pipe or rolling cigarettes,
you know you've got the big prize on
the end of your line !
Prince Albert's quality alone puts it
class of its own, but when you
in a
figure that P. A. is made by
our exclusive patented process
that cuts out bite and parch— -well
you feel like getting a flock of diction
aries to find enough words to express
your happy days sentiments !
No matter what your past luck has
been on pipe smokes or makin 's ciga
rettes, you lay your wad across the
boards that Prince Albert will make you
feel like you've hooked a new lease on
smokesessions !
And, P. A. is as good as that listens!
Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin
humidors—and—that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with
sponge moistcner top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition.
R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company. Wins
ton-Salem» N. C«
anese butler. The act is
the direction of Fred Niblo.
The high spot on the program will be
taken by Eltinge, who may be expected
to dazzle his auditors in "creations"
from the modiste, with new songs writ
ten expressly for him. Among his im
personations ; re '"The \ umpire. '^1 In 3
Bride," "The Bathing Girl" and "In
Whitman, Arthur Shirle
Nakada, tne latter in th<
and Sina
role of Jap
staged under
PHONE 7066
Y. M. C. A. Businessmen's
League Presents a Pretty
Three teams are now tied for first
place in the Y. M. C. A. Businessmen's
Volleyball league. The Loyan, Pennie
and Hull teams all have played 3G games,
each wining 24 and losing 12. thus giv
ing them the percentage of .607. There
is an intense rivalry between the three
aggregations at the present time and
each is confident of the championship.
The volleyball games are proving very
interesting this year and Physical Di
rector E. E. Holdeman say 3 the busi
nessmen are enjoying the sport more
than they ever have before.
The Clements. I'arrish and Coburn
teams are presenting a farily close race
for fourth place in the league. As there
is a game every evening the percentage
column is altered <*ach day. However,
none of the three leading teams played
last evening and today the percentage
of all three stands at .6(17. as stated.
Smelter and Great Northern
Sevens Will Clash at Gib
son Lake.
Great Northern and smelter hockey i
teams of the Great Falls Hockey club |
will clash on Gibson lake tonight in the I
second game of the season's schedule. I
The players of both sevens are eager for j
the referee's whistle and promise to put |
up some great sport. • j
It is expected a somewhat better light- j
ing arrangement will have been installed :
by tonight. Spectators who took in the:
playing Tuesday night were agreeably
surprised with the fine rink the club has
constructed. The boarded sides make
the game much faster and gives the play
ers plenty of room without being crowd
ed by the fans.
The club's membership campaign
nicely and results are being
Tills being the initial year,
the expenses are
The season's very latest, made up to meet the highest
standard requirement of the man who wishes to wear a
high grade suit. At a price that meets his pocketbook.
Union Label
$18.50 to $40.00
We Can Fit You
112 Central Ave.
To pull off such a contest
As the one on Barleycorn
Is sure enough the stiffest job
I've had since I was born;
The poems from both near and far
Came to us by the score,
And if I published every one,
'Twould take a year or more.
So I've decided I must quit,
I cannot spare the space,
I'll simply run the winner
In this close contested race;
Th<> judges will go over all
The ails submitted, then
Well publish here the winner.
And then mail a check for "Ten."
304 Central Ave.
Great Falls
they will be in succeeding years, because
the material with which to erect the rink
had to be purchased.
The game tonight will commence some
time between i :.'>0 and 8 o clock, and the
general public is cordially invited to

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