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Great Falls Daily Tribune
First Issue of Daily Tribune, May 16« 1887.
Published every day in the year at Great
Falls, .Montana, by The Tribune (incor
porated).
Entered at the Great Falls postoffice as
second-class matter.
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FALL OVER EACH OTHER
TO GET LICENSE PLATES
Helena, May 10.—-The state automo
bile license inspector who began work in
Helena last week picked up 25 motorists
Saturday afternoon and Sunday who did
not have their 1010 licenses. They all
have them now after visits to thp secre
tary of state's office today. The mail
coming into the automobile license de
partment of the secretary of state's of
fice indicates that news of the inspect
or's work has reached outlying districts.
"We had nearly 1,000 letters in the
mail received this morning by the auto
mobile license department," said Secre
tary of State Stewart today. "There
are from 1(V>00 to 15,000 automobile
owners in the state who have not secured
their license plates for 1019. Those are
the fellows we are after."
Heavy Rainfall at
Shelby and Vicinity
Gives Grain a Start
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Shelby, May 19.—Friday afternoon
a good rain fell in Shelby and the sur
rounding country, with a slight thunder
storm. The rain came down in torrents
for about half an hour and continued
with heavy showers until late in the eve
ning. Official report is three-tenths of
an inch in this vicinity and, up north of
town, reports show six-tenths of an inch.
This will soak into the soil about four
inches, will start the wheat and oats and
will also do good to the grass. About
95 per cpnt of the wheat in the county
is seeded and about 15 to 20 per cent
of oats. Only a small acreage of flax is
in. Weather conditions after the rain J
is medium warm. The rain was espe- j
cially valuable to the fall rye and wheat j
as before the rain a good many fields !
were beginning to die out due to the lack
of moisture.
MILES CITY TO OBSERVE
MEMORIAL DAY
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Miles City, May 19.—Miles City is pre
paring to observe Memorial day with a
big parade, speeches and other features.
R. F. Tuggle, a Spanish war veteran,
has been chosen as marshal of the day
and the chamber of commerce has ap
pointed a committee to arrange for a
program.
MONTANA POSTMASTERS.
Washington, May 19.—Postmasters
have been appointed for Montana offices
as follows: Edward F. Roseberry of Bat
tleson, vice Benjamin W. Battleson, re
signed; Kirby E. MaeKenzie, Discord,
Custer county, new office; Hazel C.
Heaton, Ivruger, vice George W. O'Con
nor. resigned.
Getting rid
of coffee
troubles is
made easy
by chamSira*
INSTANT
POSTUM
a delicious
cereal drink
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W. I. Ballard Appointed—Will
Draw His Own Samples
for Testing.
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Helena, Mny 19.—Secretary of State
j C. T. Stewart" today announced the ap
' pointment of W. I. Ballard of Malta as
s oil and gasoline inspector, stating tbat
he had already begun work in Helena
and will visit every other city and town
in Montana as soon as possible.
Mr. Stewart in that connection stated
that he had just been advised by Dr.
Oobleigh. state chemist, at iïozeman.
that all his equipment for the testing of
oils had been installed, the containers
for taking samples have been revived,
and the work will go forward there as
fast as the samples to be tested are for
warded by the inspector.
Individuals may not send samples for
analysis, and any such received will re
ceive no attention. Only those samples
taken and forwarded to the state chem
ist by the inspector will receive atten
tion. ''If samples upon being tested
show violations of the law," said Mr.
Stewart, "the matter will be placed in
the hands of the county attorney in the
county from which the sample comes for
prosecution. Otherwise there will be
no publicity given the oil tests made."
Ex-Army Surgeon Will
Locate at Wolf Point
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Wolf Point. May 10.—Lieut. Thomas
M. Morrow, discharged a few weeks ago
from the medical service after having
served two years, eight: months of which
were spent in hospitals on the American
battle front, in France, has located here
for the practice of medicine. Previous
to entering the service he was located
at Medicine Lake for four years, before
which he had practiced with l'rs. Wright
and Benson of Minneapolis and Dr.
Archie McCannel of Minot.
He was located on the Argonne sector
at the time the big drive commenced last
September, and talks interestingly of
conditions in the war zone.
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CLARK CORPORATION WILL
FURNISH WATER FREE FOR
MISSOULA SCHOOL GARDENS
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Missoula. May 19.—The Missoula
Light it Water company, a W. A. Clark
corporation, will furnish water free of
charge for the irrigation of plots of
ground put into gardens under the aus
pices of the Missoula public schools, ac
cording to announcement by Manager C.
II. Christensen. This will be the third
successive season that this company h.-is
aided the amateur gardeners of Mis
soula, many of this city's war gardens of
the past having been made possible by
its donation of water.
SIMMS SCHOOL DISTRICT
VOTES BONDS FOR ERECTION
OF A NEW BUILDING
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Simms, May 19.—At the special school
election held in Simms school district
No. 30 Saturday, May 17. the voters
passed upon the question of issuance of
bonds in the sum of $8.500 for the con
struction of another school building for
the district. The vote resulted in the
approval of the proposition, 50 voting for
and G against.
PUBLIC MARKET ASSOCIATION
IS COMPLETED AT MISSOULA
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Missoula, May 19. -L. X. Simons was
elected president of the Missoula Public
Market association at; a meeting last,
night, at which preliminary plans for the
project were completed. F. T. Parker
is vice president. D. B. Flammer secre
tary-treasurer, Joseph M. Dixon, Dennis
Lee and the officers are directors. It is
expected that a public market for the
sale of goods raised by Missoula county
farmers will be opened soon, in an up
town location.
CHARTER FOR NATIONAL
BANK AT ANTELOPE
Washington, May 19.—The treasury
Department has it.sued a charter to the
First National Bank of Antelope, cap
italized at $24.000. C. C. Schoener is
president and «N. A. Wells cashier of the
new bank. Organizers of the Sheridan
county Xational bank of Coraertown have
applied to the treasury department for
a charter.
MOCCASIN MINISTER WILL
REMOVE TO STANFORD
Special to The Daily Tribune,
Lewistown, May 19 Key. II. A.
Brown, for a considerable time past min
ister of the Presbyterian church at Moc
casin, has accepted a call to the pasto
rate of the Stanford church.
Licoln County Men
Take Up Subject of
Highway Improvement
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Eureka. May 18.—The good roads as
sociation is taking on considerable activ
ity here. Monday evening a meeting was
held Delegates from Fortine, Trego,
Warland and Libbv were present. Also
Commissioner Young of Gateway.
The question of a road from Rexford
to Iiibby was discussed. Whether it
should be built on the east or west side
of the Kootenai were discussed. The
feeling was expressed that to aid War
land it should be built on the west side
to that place and a bridge placed across
the river and continue up on the east
side of the river.
The towns in the Tobacco valley are
very anxious to be placed on the coast
to coast road. Some of the most beau
tiful scenery to be found in a mountain
county is to be found along the route be
tween Whitefish and Libby by way of
Eureka.
COMPANY BEING FORMED
TO PROVIDE RURAL PHONE
SYSTEM IN NEW COUNTY
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Miles City, May 19.—For the purpose
of building and maintaining a standard
telephone system with the country north
and south ot Miles City, a company with
a capitalization of $100,000 is being
formed here by the chamber of com
merce. At present there is no means of
communication with Broadus, the county
seat of Powder Hiver county, or Jordan,
the county seat of Garfield county, al
though the latter town has a wireless
plant which will be placed in commission
together with one here, as soon as war
restrictions are removed.
FINDS GOOD ORE BODY
AFTER A SEARCH OF YEARS
Granite. Mrfy 19.— Pat Doherty, the
well-known Red Lion prospector, was in
the city last week greeting old friends
and transacting business. Pat states that
he has encountered the large ore body
that, he has for years been searching for.
He claims he can work the property by
himself, aa<i by treating the or»' on the
place can realize a nice profit. The ore
body discovered is 100 feet long by .'>0
feet wide and carries $30 per ton in gold.
The ore will be treated in a concentrator.
FARMERS OF P0LS0N
DISTRICT ARE ELATED
Poison, May 19.-—Farmers around
Toison are in good heart because of the
recent rains. There is a general expecta
tion that this is going to be an especially
good year for the crops. A general air
of expectancy of good times coming pre
vails among the farmers and the citizens
of Poison. Certain projects of general
interest are on the way and if conditions
continue favorable will be announced in
due course.
DILLON ALMOST BURIED
BY A DUST STORM
Dillon. May 19.—A dust storm, greater
in proportions than any which has struck
this city for a number of years raged
for three hours yesterday afternoon and
worked havoc with newly-made lawns
and parkincs. The storm is said to have
'onsiderable damage in the dry
farming section, where the dryness of
the soil caused the seed wheat to be
blown from the ground.
Centenary Drive
for Lewistown Starts
Off With a Rush
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Lewistown, May 19.—The Methodist
centenary drive started here Sunday with
a rush, the number of subscriptions
turned in surprising even the 10 team
captains. They are out again this after
noon and by tonight Lewistown will be
far over the top on its allotment of
.$1,500. An oversubscription is much de
sired. however, to make up for any of
the smaller places where if may prove
difficult to secure the sum apportioned
to them. The preliminary work in town
had been so thoroughly done that the
captains had no trouble whatever in se
curing all and more than was expected,
Conley Plans Club
House and City Hall
for Deer Lodge
Deer Lodge, May 1!» Mayor Frank
Con ley has had the plans and specifi
cations drawn for a handsome city hall,
It is to be a large briek building and will
be modern in every way. It is to be
more than a city ball, it is to be a com
munity clubhouse, a> it will contain a
large reading room which it is planned
to have open and heated at all times.
it will have a hall where the work
incmen can gather and have games, hold
tlieir meetings, in fact be a clubhouse for
them. Shower baths will be provided
for five cents.
Mr. Conley has also secured the dona
tion of the ground for this building so
all it will cost the city will be the actual
cost of construction, which will be in
the neighborhood of S.'Ui.OOil.
It is proposed by Mayor Conley and
the city council to submit to the voters
of the city the proposition of bonding the
city for $30,000 for this purpose.
A special election will be held to vote
on the question in the near future.
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VIRGINIA CITY TO VOTE
ON WATER PLANT PURCHASE
Virginia City, May 19.—Action has
been taken by the city council f'>r the
holding of a special election July 7 to
submit the question of the acquiring by
purchase, appropriation or condemnation
of the existing water plant. An offer to
sell the present plant to the city for
$9,000 has been made by Mrs. Bickford,
owner and manager of the Virginia City
Water company.
LEAVES SHELBY BANK
TO TAKE UP WORK IN
BANK AT GERALDINE
Specin 1 to The Daily Tribune.
Géraldine, May 19.—J. Carson, who
has been assistant cashier at a bank in
Shelby and was formerly with the First
National bank at Geraldine, will arrive
in Geraldano, Monday, to assume his
duties as assistant cashier in the Mon
tana .State bank.
BACK FROM FRANCE,
RESUME OLD POSITIONS;
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Géraldine, May 19.—Earl Crinklaw ]
and Howard ITart have just returned
from service in France and will again
be s<»cn back at their old places with
the Géraldine Hardware company. An
drew Kolnitchar has returned from serv
ice in the marines and is at present on
an indefinite furlo.
OFFICERS ARE ELECTED BY
LEWISTOWN GIRL SCOUTS
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Lewistown, May 10.—After long con
side ration h local council for the girl j
scouts has been organized with these of- |
ficers: Mrs. Georgia Gillette commis- j
sioner, Mrs. Chester M. Beiden vice
commissioner. Miss Olga Pridston secre
tary, Mrs. Edouard Sutter treasurer.
Mrs. E. K. L'headle, Mrs. E. It. lioehl
advisers. 1
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HUNDRED AND TWENTY
THOUSAND ACRES ARE
PLEDGED EOR IRRIGATION
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Shelby. May 19.—The Toole county ir
rigation board met Friday at the Guth
hall for a business meeting, and to re
ceive reports of John W. Cavitt and R.
V. Buckner of the work accomplished in
the field during the past two weçjjs. The
vicinities of Ethridge, north of Kevin,
Galata, South Dunkirk have been gone
over to date with a result that 120.000
acres have been signed up. There is still
the vicinities of north and east and
southeast of Shelby. North Dunkirk,
North Telstad and Devon to be can
vassed and this leaves no doubt that the
required acreage will be signed up this
week. The board at this meeting au
thorized the advertising of bids for the
preliminary survey, to be presented at
their next meeting, on May 21. AH en
gineering firms are invited to be present
at this, meeting, or send their bids in to
the treasurer or the board, or to C. A.
Michels, president of the irrigation board,
before May 21.
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Wedding of Belt
Soldier to French
Sweetheart, Saturday
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Belt, May 19.—Saturday afternoon at
,'i ) John B. Collard of Belt was mar
ried to Miss Gabrieines Fourier of Sax
Lands. France, at the home of the
groom's parents on Bridge street, only
the family being present. After the
ceremony the family, together with
friends, and the officiating justice of the
peace, John A. Ilackshaw, sat down to a
sumptuous feast.
LOOKS CANADA OVER AND
COMES BACK TO MONTANA
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Wolf Point, May 19,—Axel Eriekson
of Terrace has just returned from the
Peace River country. Canada, where he
went to investigate the country with a
view to locating. He is convinced that
the country is not to be compared with
Montana. Four cars of landseekers, Mr.
Kriekson says, cam? back at the same
time he did, and all had no intention of
returning to Canada.
RETURNS FROM CALIFORNIA.
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Géraldine. May 19. .Mrs. Laura Leet
who has been spending the winter at
Long Beach. Cal., has returned to her
home in Géraldine.
Mrs. IL J. Nicol and daughter, Nancy,
have arrived from Minneapolis to make
their new home in Géraldine.
Doctors Recenrniend
Bon-Opto fer the Eyes
Physicians and eye specialists pre
scribe Bon-Opto as a safe home remedy
in the treatment of eve troubles and to
strengthen eyesight. Sold under money
refund guarantee by all druggists.
Do you want
skin-health?
If you are suffering from eczema or
some similar distressing, embarrassing
skin eruption, why don't you get rid of
it by using Resinol Ointment? Unless
the trouble is due to some serious inter
na! disorder, it quickly yields to Resi
nol, and in most cases is easily healed
by it. The first application usually stops
itching and makes the skin feel cool and
(comfortable. We recommend it with the
utmost confidence because of its
harmless ingredients. Aided by
Resinol Soap it acts even more
quickly.
Resinol
Ointment and Kesinoî Soap also help to c'.eir
a » ay pimples. Sold by all drugg'.sts and dri
ers in toilet goods. Trial of each, ix ce. Dept.
J-S, Resinol, Baltimore Md.
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SAVE THE COST OF SENDING
CARPETS TO THE CLEANERS.
Put the money into your first payment on a HOOVER that will
—beat out all the imbedded grit
—sweep up all clinging dirt
—stralghen the matted nap
—restore the colors and patterns
—prolong the life of the carpetings
BESIDES electrically vacuum cleaning them
Don't live a "bare floor existence" with carpcts at the cleaners.
Your carpetings can be better cleaned—at home on the floors, with
out moving the furniture.
Phone 5921 and let us demonstrate to you.
The Mont ana Power
Company I Great Fall s Branch
At Your Servico
Electric Building
Phone 5921
Eighteen Months Old Girl Loses!
Life in Shallow Water on
Marshall Ranch.
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Lewistown, May 19.—Ruth, the year- I
an d-a-half old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j
Gifford G. Greer, was drowned y est er- ;
day afternoon at the old Marshall ranch,
falling into a ditch in which there vas
only a foot of water. The child was
playing beside the creek and when not
observed tumbled in. She was quickly
missed and the search taken up, but life
was extinct when the body was found.
The funeral was held this afternoon in
Lewistown, Rev. R. C. Edgington of the
Methodist church conducting the service.
Rain Puts a Stop to
Ball Game at Shelby
Special to The Daiiv Tribune.
Shelby, May 19-—The first baseball
game of the season was played on the
Shelby diamond on Friday afternoon
when the Cntbank team played the Shel
by team. The game started out as a ;
good one, but owing to the rain coming i
on the umpire called it off after two in- j
nings. The score then was 2 to 2.
L A R G ETY" A T T E N D ED DANCE
IS GIVEN AT SIMMS ;
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Simms. May 19.—The dance given in j
Rvan's hall Saturday night by the Simms
orchestra was largely attended and was
a most enjoyable event. Among those
present were Corporal Grvil Melhy,
Ralph Neill and Mr. Masterson of Great
Falls.
AS YOUNG AS
YOUR KIDNEYS
The secret of youth is ELIMINA
TION OF POISON'S from your body.
This done, you can live to be a hundred
and enjoy the good thinjs of life with
as much "pep" as you did when in th«
springtime of youth. Keep your body
in eood condition, that's the »eeret.
Watch the kidneys. They filter and
purify the blood, all of which blood
passe« through them once every three
minutes. Keep them clean and in
proper working condition and you hsTe
nothing to fear. Drive the poisonous
wastes and deadly uric acid accumula
tions from your system. Tske <J0LD
MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules and you
wilt always be in goo.d condition. You
will feel strong and vigorous, with
steady nerves and elastic muscles.
GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules
are imported direct from the labora
tories at Haarlem, Holland.
They are a reliable remedy which
has been used by the sturdy Dutch for
over 200 years, and has helped them
to develop into one of the strongest
and hearthiest races of the world. Get
them from your druggist. Do not take
* substitute. In sealed package«—
three sntea.
TOE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF mEkl FALLS
Capital, $200,000.00 Surplus, $175,000.00
Average Resources, $5,500,000.00
OFFICERS:
Sam Stephenson, President.
W. A. Brown, Cashier I. B. Armstrong, Assistant Cashier
A. R. Moore, Assistant Cashier
Member Federal Reserve System
Pays 4% Interest on Savings and Time Deposits.
A big progressive bank is the most potent factor in the
upbuilding of a community.
The "First National" has rendered and Is rendering a
service In the development of this community that entitles
it to the support of the progressive citizens of Great Falls
and of the territory tributary thereto.
Farmers and Stockmen
Attention!
If you are interested in the RAISING OF LIVE STOCK
write or call for a copy of the
"First Aid Farm Veterinarian"
for Cattle, Swine, Sheep, Horses
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The health of valuable live stock can be safeguarded and yon
will know
"When to Call the Veterinarian"
At your service
Commercial National Bank
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
Member Federal Reserve Bank
SAVE $$
SAVE $$ SAVE $$
DR. ROBERTSON
WILL SAVE YOU DOLLARS
The fire put me out of business
but I am back again (OVER THE
MECCA INN) with all new and
latest instruments, equipment and
fixtures, strictly up to date.
GOLD C K O WNS. DOUBLE
STRENGTH, MADE OF ONE
PIECE OF GOLD. MY PRICE
ONLY $5.
These gold crowns have no equal;
they are the best.
Porcelain crowns. $5 each.
All bridge work $5 per tooth.
EXTRACTING FREE if I cause
you any pain.
DR. ROBERTSON
DENTIST
Phone 9455 Open Evenings
311% Centrai Avenue
Kingsbury Block, Over the Mecca
Inn
Rubber Plates $S.
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Your TEETH Carefully
EXAMINED FREE!
Learn th« condition of yonr teeth
and then you will known whether you
need our service. SIXTEEN
YEARS' continued success in the city
of Great Falls has made me—and the
quality of my dentistry—known all
over th« etat«.
GOLD CROWNS
ûur office la open evenlnos from 7:30 t» 8:30 p. m. and on Sundays fro«
10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m. All woîk guaranteed for 10 years.
DR. E. E. EDMONSON
Phone 9426
Appointments
DENTIST
Entrance on Third St.
Over Lapeyre's Drug Store
GUY
Who Gives \ou Highest Quality Den
tistry Combined With Best Materials
VYTTWr W "0.00 f'r crowns when «re make
WHY $5.00
11TT1ir pay $10.00 a tooth for brldgewor*
WJ 1-3 y when we give you the best flrt
TT 11. 1. da» of bridgewerk for..
pay $20.00 for plates when I make
Y a 7|_| V you a plato containing the best ma«
$10.00
WHY
tsrial, fit guaranteed,
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Stand pain when I will extract
your teeth painlessly?
And
absolutely guarantees all work the equal of the highest
price men in the state.
GUY—-The Dentist
Hours, 8:30-9 p.m.; Sundays 10-1. Fone 6697
F irst National Bank. Take Elevator to Seventh Floor

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