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Supervisor John Dexter Compil
ing List of Those Who Will
Exhibit at Local Fair.
Boy and girl members of the local
Garden clubs are doing excellent work
according to John Dexter, city garden
supervisor/ Despite the difficulty of se
curing a sufficient water supply to grow
their garden vegetables to the best ad
vantage, each and every boy Rnd girl
in these clubs has succeeded remarkably
well, he says.
The Garden club fair, to be held Sep
tember 5 in Great Falls, will be of much
interest to local citizens. The following
constitutes a partial list of the names
of boys and girls who will have entries,
and who have done good work this sum
mer. The list consists of names of
boys and girls whose gnrdens Mr. Dex
ter has visited and from time to time
new names will be added:
Marion Duncan, Edith Rule, Mike
Dederer. Violet Byrd, Eleanor Crowley,
Harold Raymond, Emil. Troeltsch, Rob
ert Troeltsrh, Frank Shaw, Roy Gal
usha, Willard Hiefor, John Marzetta,
Peter Trinastich, Amy Marzetta, Agnes
Jeffries, Gladys DeMarco, Leland Mur
phy, Maud Murphy, John Byrd, Carl II.
Iiippel, Emily Corr and Richard Jews
Local U. S. Employment Office
Deluged With Applications
for Housework Maids.
Miss Florence Lohe, superintendent of
the Women's Division or the local I". S.
Employment bureau, has many positions
listed for women and young girls which
$he is unable to fill.
Miss Lohe finds that it is almost an
impossibility to secure enough maids for
housework in Great Falls homes and at
the present time she has something over
50 applications lying on her desk from
local housewives seeking competent help
that are unfilled and it is a puzzle when,
where and how they may be filled.
Miss Lohe is also in reccipt of several
calls for waitresses.
Hayakawa in "The Man Be
neath," showing at the Alcazar
Miss Lillian McCann of Butte is the
guest of Miss Madonna Burn: - ., little
niece of Sheriff James P. Burns.
Herschel Aver, the government weath
er observer, returned to the city yester
day afternoon from a three weeks' trip
to the coast. While away he visited at
Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Los
Angeles. Long Beach and various other
points in California.
Mrs. L. II. Gervais left yesterday
afternoon for Armington where she will
spend several days visiting her daughter.
Mrs. John Richardson. L-iter she will
go to Raynesford to visit friends there.
Mrs. Bertha MacSpadden will leave
tonight to return to her home at Miss
oula after spending tWpast few days
in the city visiting lier son, F. E. Mc
Spadden, county agent for Cascade
county, who recently underwent an op
eration for appendicitis at the Deacon
ess hospital. Air. MacSpadden is rapidly
improving and expects to return to his
office the first of next week.
Miss Frances Miller, county superin
tendent of schools for Yclowstone coun
ty is expected to arrive in Great Falls
today from Billings to confer with Miss
Jane Keeney, county superintendent of
schools for Cascade county, upon school
Evangelist Alfred Sturgeon left yes
terday for Burke, S. 1».. where he will
conduct a special reviviil rampaign. From
Burke, Mr. Sturgeon will go to Col- j
ehester. 111., to conduct union tabernacle
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Frazier are in the
city from their ranch on Deep Creek,
above Choteau, having accompanied Mrs.
Eugene Hector, their guest, to the city.
Mrs. Hector, who has been visiting the
Fraziers for the past six weeks, left last
night for her home in Chicago.
H. M. Sloan, assistant to the presi
dent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul railway, arrived in (Jreat Falls
Tuesday afternoon from Spokane, where
he and H. M. Calkins, president of the
company, were «ailed a few weeks ago
on business. Mr. Sloan was met in this
city by Henry II. Wahoske, division su
perintendent at Lewistown, who accom
panied him to the latter plaee on an in
spection trip. Mr. Sloan will meet Mr.
Calkins at Harlowton today and return
to Chicago.
Miss Jennie Porter, ope of the pop
ular public school teacher/» of Great
Falls, is here-for a few days' visit, ar
riving in the cuy Thursday night from
Lincoln, where slip is spending the sum
mer on her brother's rancii. Mr. Porter
was formerly in business in this city.
Miss Katherine Donlan who lias been
in Great Falls for the past, two weeks
visiting friends will leave today for lu
gomar for a month s visit with her
brothers after which she will return to
her home in St. Paul.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sargent, of Cart
hage, 111., passed thru the city yesterday
en route to Shawmut where they will
spend a few weeks as guests at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miller. Mrs.
Miller is a sister of Mrs. Sargent. The
Sarfeents plan to spend severftl weeks
in Montana before returning to Illinois.
Earl Simons of Stookett was here yes
terday for a brief visit while on his way
to Siinms for a few weeks' visit at the
H. E. Dawson home. He was accom
panied to this city by his mother, Mrs.
David Simons, who, after a short shop
ping trip, returned last evening to
■ Storkett.
Mrs. Annie Meltsch and daughter, Mrs.
Joseph Schott, of Stoctcett, stopped for
a brief visit in the city yesterday while
on their way to spend a few weeks' va
cation visitirijt relatives and friends at
Sand Po'int. Idaho.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Thompson arrived
in Great Falls yesterday morning from
Kansas City. Mo., for a brief visit, leav
ing last night for Glacier Park. After ,
completing a tour of Glacier park they |
will visit the Yellowstone National park
and then return to their home.
Miss Helen Bennett has gone to Mon- !
arch to spend a two weeks' vacation j
camping with her mother, Mrs. Richard j
Bennett and her sister Mrs. Newell '
Clark. Miss Bennett was accompanied
from Helena by Miss Frances Auerbach,
who will spend a week at Monarch
camping with friends.
Sheriffs Officers Find Emaci
ated Animal and Give It Care
at the County Jail.
An orphan colt, picked up from beside
its dead mother, where it appears to
have steadfastly remained _ for two or
three days, judging from its emaciated
condition due to lack of food and drink,
was picked up by Deputy Sheriffs E. J.
Tait and W. C. Bean Friday afternoon
and driven to the county jail yard in an
Here it was given the first meal it had
had for a good many hours. In a few
minutes the little animal, a beautiful
tan color, was the pet of the sheriff's
force and household. Everyone wanted
to do something to relieve its condition.
Last night the colt was doing nicely
in the sheriff's garage and it is believed
will pull thru the ordeal. Sheriff Burns
is determined it shall have the best of
care while in his possession. He has
not as yet decided what disposition to
make of it. I
The colt was found near the water
works in the vicinity of Black Eagle.
Kids—See the Tiger Trail,
showing at the Alcazar today.
Committee Elects Edward
Veen President of This
Year's Program.
Members of the Great Falls Chautau
qua committee are now actively carrying
on the work of preparing for the < hau
tauqua program which this season will
be presented from August 14 to 20, in
clusive. It will again be a community
enterprise and the tent will be pitched
in the same location utilized last year,
on the vacant lot to the rear of the
I. O. O. F. temple on Fourth street.
The committee has guaranteed the
sale of 800 tickets, which means this
number must be disposed of or the
burden of expense will have to be
shouldered by the committee. Children's
tickets this year will carry a war tax.
Committee members point out that by
purchasing tickets early patrons of the
Chautauqua will be assisting materially
as it will enable a fairly accurate tabula
tion prior to the opening of the program
thus enabling the committee to deter
mine whether or not the guarantee will
be met.
Officers elected to have charge c.. the
Chautauqua this season are the follow
ing: president, Edward S. Veen; vice
president. Dr. Charles F. Coulter: sec
retary, Bruce B. Johnson; treasurer, C.
B. Roberts.
Committees elected are:
Tickets—Willis I). Cobb, chairman;
Dr. C. F. Coulter, V. W. Mullery, War
ren M. Davis and Harry Hudson.
Advertising—Robert intone, chairman;
Dr. Wellerton Dawes and Frank Burns.
Women's committee—To be appointed
Miss L'Medora (Jervais, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Gervais, who has
been serving as a Y. M. C. A. secretary
in France for the last cereral months,
is expected to arrive in New York soon,
according to word recently received here
by relatives. Miss <Jervais upon her ar
rival at New York, will b» met by her
sis*'-s, Miss Ruth Gervais who is at
prient studying music in that city, and
Mrs. Frank Beizer of South Pakota.
The three will spend a six weeks' vaca
tion at Bass Rock.
The Brazilian scientists have demon
strated that excellent cement can be
made from sea shells and will utilize
a large deposit of them in an ocean bay.
Fine ALL Wool
Fancy knit, with deep
Angora collar and cuffs.
Tempting shades of
green, lavender, bisque,
aile and blue.
Avenue, Corner
Sixth St.
Store That Sells
Dolmans, Coats
and Capes—Half
Price and Less
Savings of About ONE-HALF in this Special Purchase and
SaleofWhite Dresses
Our Mr. Sax, at present in New York purchas
ing the new Fall apparel, sent us this little lot of
pretty cool frocks on which we are able to save
you about half.
Daintily fashioned of pretty materials in at
tractive flowered, checked, figures and printed
effects ; many smart trimming ideas are embodied.
Clearing at
2o95 $4 JO $5o95
Every one of these thirty skirts
is greatly underpriced.
In very fine quality gabardines. New
est conceits in pockets, belts and pearl
button trimming.
$10 SILK SKIRTS $6.95
Handsome satin-striped plaids, in vari
ous color combinations ; predominating
shades of green, blue and brown.
Sheer Tmb Blouses
$1.75 $2.50
A score or more dif
ferent models. Many
lace trimmed and
A sale that produces
the best blouse values
brot forward this sea
Local Artist One of 15 Who Will
Receive Instruction From
Leopold Godowski.
Mrs. Grant Call of this city known
professionally as Mary Hughes Call, has
been selected as one of the fifteen mas
ter pupils to receive instructions from
Leopold Godowski. the international
pianist who will give a five weeks m ® 8 "
ter course in piano instruction at oe
attle beginning with Monday, August 4.
Professor Godowski is the famous
Russian pianist who more than twenty
years ago taught music in ( hicago for
a few years. Later he returned to Eu
rope where he was instructor in piano
at Berlin until he established a studio
at Vienna where he had his home n H t.il
the outbreak of the war in 1914 and he
like most other artists were forced to
flee to this country if he wished to con
tinue his work. He is recognized in the
musical world as the greatest ' ivi pg
teacher and was the instructor of the.
famous "Houseschule" at Vienna.
In order to be selected as a member
We are closing out our en
tire line of Ladies' Suits to
make room for new stock. We
have only a few left in Serge,
Twill and Gabardine.
The^e values cannot
equalled anywhere.
Summer Dresses at
One-Fourth Off
In Voiles and Sheer Organdies. Big Values.
White Wash Skirts
In Gabardine, Pique and Poplin. Values up to $4.25.
One Lot of Summer Hats
Closing Them Out at
Conrad Building
of Professor Godowski's master class,
one must be a concert pianist but per
haps the most important requirement is
that the applicant be financially able to
pay $40 per hour for three hours at
each of the three meetings to be held
every week for five weeks.
This is the last of two master courses
which Godowski is conducting in the
United States this summer. The first
was held at Los Angeles from the last
of May until the latter part of June.
Mrs. Call, motoring with a party of
friends, will leave Great Falls next Fri
day evening for Helena, taking the
Northern Pacific from there to Seattle.
J. G. Helfrich who has been acting as
an internal revenue inspector in the
southern counties of the state has been
assigned to the Great Falls office to
relieve F. J. Buseher. The work in the
local office aow is mostly detail work
including the collection of the luxury
and soft drink tax and the tax on
Eassenger auto hire. The latter tax has
een made a year tax and may be col
lected from July 1, 1919 to June 30,
Horlick'a the Original
Malted Milk—Avoid
Imitations & Substitute»
Beginning tomorrow, Saturday, July 26, the next 10 days will be days of superlative value
giving at our store. All men's and ladies' Oxfords, White Shoes, Pumps, Keds, Gym Shoes,
Tennis Shoes on sale at reductions that will bring you back to pre-war days.
The Great Falls buying public knows that when Flaherty & Perra advise a sale that it
means that immense quantities of goods will change hands and that the public will be saved
many dollars. This is the big event of the year.
Another point worth remembering is that sp ats will be popular this fall, assuring many
months of service for low shoes. You can choose at substantial reductions. Both high and
low white shoes and black and tan leather pum ps and oxfords for men, women and children
are included at prices that will «ot be equalled within the year. It is to your advantage to
choose promptly and plentifully.
Are Greatly Reduced
White Canvas Button, turn
Exceptional Values
High Grade Koko Brown Ox
ford, Speedway last. Sale
price $7.45
High Grade Black Calf Ox
ford, Speedway last. Sale
price only $Q.45
Black Gunmetal Blucher Ox
ford, high toe, Speedway
last. Sale price $4.95
Black Gunmetal Button Ox
ford, high toe, Speedway
last. Sale price... $4.95
High Gr le Black Kid, Broad
Toe ford. Sale price
only . $5.45
Ventilat Oxford in Brown
Elk. » le price $3.45
Men's White Sea Island Duck
English Oxford. Sale price
is $3.45
Men's Palm Beach Cloth Ox
ford, English last. Sale
price $3.45
Men's White Canvas Oxford.
round toe. Sale price $2.35
White Ostend Cloth Lace
Shoes, rubber sole and heel,
sateen lined. Sale price
is $2.45
Men's Henley Lace Shoes,
rubber sola and heel, white
or brown. Sale price $2.35
Men's Rotary Oxfords, Welt
ed Rubber Sole. Sale price
is $2.95
Men's Buff Colored Oxfords.
Sale price $2.95
Men's Heavy Brown Canvas
Service Shoes, with exten
sion sole and heel and
leather trimmings. Sale
price $2.95
Boys' in same, sizes 2y% to 6.
Sale price $2.65
Youths' in same, sizes 12 to 2.
Sale price $2.45
Red Rubber Sole, Leather
Men's, sizes 6 to 12.. .$2.65
Boys', sizes 1 to 6... .$2.35
Youths', sizes 12 to 1 $2.15
Champion Tennis Bals, White
Men's $1.35
Boys' $1.25
Youths' 95£
Children's Emmy Lou
Children's, 5 to 10V&. Sale
price $1.45
Misses', 11 to 2, same. Sale
price $1.65
Ladies', 2\* to 8, same. Sale
price $1.85
Children's Mary Jane, rubber
sole, sizes 7Vè to 10 y%. Sale
price $1.15
Sizes 11 Va to l*/4- Sale SI.45
Women's Veranda Pumps,
with or without ankle strap.
Sale price $1.95
Women's Parade Pumps, with
heel. Sale price .. .$2.15
leather sole,
Sale price ..,
Sizes 5 V2 to 8.
Child's White
sizes 2 to 5.
Canvas Welt,
Lace Shoes, sizes 8y 2 to 11.
Sale price $1.95
Misses', sizes IIV2 to 2. Sale
price $2.35
Children's Rubber Sole Button
Shoes, sizes 6 to lOVfc- Sale
price $1.15
Misses', sizes HV2 to 2. Sale
price $1.25
White Canvas Mary Janes
Infants', sizes 2 to 5. Sale
price 95£
Children's, sizes 5*4 to 8. Sale
price $1.25
Children's, welt sole, sizes 8VÔ
to 11. Sale price $1.45
Misses', welt sole, sizes IIV2
tr 2. Sale price.. . .$1.65
Misses' White Canvas Ox
fords, sizes IIV2 to 2. Sale
price $1.65
Patent Leather Mary Janes
Infants', sizes 2 to 4 Vi. Sale
price $1.45
Children's, sizes 5V-> to 8. Sale
price $1.65
Children's, welt sole, sizes 8V->
to 11. Sale price.. .$2.15
Misses', welt sole, sizes 13 to
2. Sale price $2.65
Big Girls', sizes 2 1 2 to 6. Sale
price $2.95
Patent Mary Jane Shuffers
Children's, sizes 5 to 8. Sale
price • . *. $1.45
Children's, sizes 8 l/ 2 to 11.
Sale price $1.65
Brown Calf Barefoot Sandals
Infants', 2 to 5 95c 4
Children's, 5 to 8 ... .$1.35
Children's ,81/2 toll
Misses', IIV2 to 2 ... .$1.65
Women's Barefoot Sandals.
Sale price $1.95
Child's Sister Sue Slippers
Sizes 8 to 10 1 2- Sale... .85<^
Misses', 11 to 2, same. Sale
price $1.10
Ladies', 3 to 7, same. Sale
price $1.35
Thrift Permitting Prices
Ladies' Brown Calf Pumps,
covered Louis heel, worth
$9.00. Sale price. .. $6.95
Brown Kid Pump, leather
Louis heel. Sale . .. $5.95
Black Kid Pumps, leather
Louis heel. Sale... $4.95
Black Patent Kid Pumps,
leather Louis heels, $4.95
High Grade Champagne Kid
Oxfords, kid covered Louis
heel, our regular $10 values.
Sale price $6.95
Ooze Calf Oxfords in brown
and a few sizes in black and
gray ; New York last, Louis
heel. These are sold by
others for $10.00 to $12.00.
This sale $5.95
Brown Kid Oxfords, Louis
heel, long vamp $6.95
High Grade Brown Calf Mili
tary Oxfords $7.95
Brown Kid Military Oxfords
at $6.95
Patent Kid Oxfords, New
York last, covered Louis
heel, hand turn and welts.
Sale price $6.95
White Fabric Shoes
Women's White Ostend Cloth
Boot, covered Louis heel,
New York last. Sale $4.95
Women's White Eve Cloth
Boot, military ivory heel
and sole; worth $6.50. Sale
price $4.45
Same as above in white linen,
worth $7.50. Sale $4.95
White Canvas Boot, covered
Lcuis heel. Sale... $3.95
Brown Canvas Military Boot,
for vacations. Sale $1.95
Women's Oxfords, white can
vas, Louis heel. Sale $3.95
Women's Oxfords, white linen,
military heel. Sale $3.95
Women's Oxfords, white can
vas. low heel. Sale $2.35
Women's Oxfords, white rein
skin, military heel. Sale
price $4.95
White Pumps
Women's White Canvas, New
York last, covered Louis
heel. Sale price $3.95
Women's White Canvas
Pumps, military heel. Sale
price $3.95
Women's White Linen Pumps,
lew heel. Sale price $3.95
Women's White Mary Jane
Pumps. Sale price. $2.45
Six Pair White Calf Pumps,
sizes 3C, 3D, Sy 2 C, 4C.
These will be closed out at,
per pair $1.00
Washable Kid Oxfords,
hand turn, kid covered
Louis heel, New York last.
Sale $7.95
Women's White Washable Kid
Pumps, Louis heel, New
York last. Sale.. . .$6.95
White Kid, 9-inch Boot, New
York last, kid covered Louis
heel, Goodyear welt. Sale
price $9.95
Flaherty &
,12 Third Street South

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