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Great Falls daily tribune. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1895-1921, July 27, 1919, Image 18

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train hits him
James Oliver, Smelter Employe
for Many Years, Meets
Tragic Demise.
Jntii.\- Oliver, nged 55 years and for
-'7 yc.'rs un employe nt the B & M
concentration plant as a millman. was
instantly killed just near the Great
Northern roundhouse on the west side
between eight and nine o'clock last night,
either being struck directly by an engine
or by h portion of a car endeavoring to
board the train.
Engine No. 1160, pulling a special
freight bound for Judith Gap, is the one
which struck Oliver who was picked up
a few minutes later with his right cheek
badly gnshed and neck broken. A search
of his pockets disclosed two union cards,
one showing him to be a member of the
Western Federation of Miners and the
other of the (ireat Falls Mill and Smel
termen's union No. 1C.
Edwin Young, Great Falls man and
employe of the smelter, stated lest even
ing that he had worked with Oliver dur
ing the entire time he was employed at
the concentrating plant, that he was a
well respected employe and had made
scores of friends, beius considered a
conscientious workman.
Oliver was a Canadian but was very
reticent about speaking of his relatives
and so far as Mr. Young remembers he
never mentioned them but once, a few
weeks ago stating he expected a letter
frpm his brother who is believed to re
Ford Building
New Flat
Leather Bags
—A new shipment offers a
splendid assortment of these
new bags—in pearl grain seal—
cross grain leathers. Some have
plain straps—some are fitted
with shopping lists—while one
style has case on the strap to
hold small watch.
—The selection embraces a vari
ety of styles both large and
small Price range from
$1.95 to $7.95
Pershing Bags Are
Still Very New
—Because there is a constant
addition to the style range being
offered under this name. We
have them in round—square—
hexagon and bucket shaped—
neatlv lined and fitted. Priced
$5.75 to $12.50
Pearl Stud Earrings
$1.25
Are here in clear
white, pair
Antique Bead Necklaces
Set with queer dull QC
stones, priced at.... ^ 1 «ww
Fresh,
Simple Designs in
Neckwear
Especially for Summer
Wear
—It is sometimes said—and
with a great deal of truth—
that the right piece of neckwear
simply "makes the dress." That's
the kind that is to be found at
The Paris.
—Net collars—pique roll collars
—organdie and linen vests—lace
jabots—collar and cuff sets of
sheer organdie —Georgette crepe
and white satin vests—some
hand embroidered and some
hand tucked.
When Women Register Their Preference
—For a store or store service, they don't analyze or psychologize. They
"just like it." If you were to press for a reason, feminine logic or
intuition (call it whatever you wish) will tell you that "there's some
thing about it that makes you feel that it is a good place to trade.
The atmosphere, the folks and the goods are right." We like to
have women say things like that about The Paris and we want
very much to deserve such expressions. Keeping the store atmo
sphere just right is our job—a job into which we put our very
best. Staying "on the key" keeps us in tune with ourselves and
with our public. It is an effort worth while.
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it
Women Who Want Cool and Lovely
Summer Dresses
without putting much money into them
will be delighted with this
Sale at $12
regular values to $29.50
—A splendid collection of summertime frocks of voiles, organ
dies and ginghams—they are among the season's latest styles,
being as they are, lor the most part, a special purchase by Mr.
Fligman, now in New \ork.
—Added to the special purchase are
a large number of the higher priced models from our own
stocks, affording a delightful assortment of colors, sizes
and styles.
—Not only are they fashioned from the coolest and pret
tiest of summer wash fabrics but they are most excellent values at this low
price of $ 1 2.00—which fact will be immediately apparent once you see the
frocks for yourself.
See the Window Display
—There are so many styles included in this selection that no attempt will be
made here to describe them but to give you a mere hint let us say that the
fabrics are—striped, checked, figured and floral voiles, Scotch plaid ging
hams and dainty organdies.
—The trimming effects are attractive—frills, tucks,
cuffs of white organdie, with edging of lace, etc.
sashes, collars and
Regular values
up to $29.50 on
$
sale at.
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J J I
New Sport Capes
of Angora Wool
—These new sport capes are decidedly smart and quite
the very newest fashion note. In pretty colorings and
designs with long roll collar of lighter shade—belted
and fringed.
—We also have a showing of new wool MacDuff throw
scarfs, which are so generously long and so wide that
they give a cape effect when placed around the shoulders.
Several colors and designs to choose from.
Three Groups of Shoe Specials
Special at $6.45
One group, embracing fine black kid opera pumps with French heols
black kid oxfords with leather Louis heels—black and brown kid oxfords
with military heels and—black kid pumps. Regular $8.50
to $9.50 values at
Special at $5.45
—One group of patent leather colo
nial pumps and patent kid oxfords
in broken sizes. Regular JC
$3.50 values at
$6.45
Special at $7.20
—One group of best brown kid
pumps with leather Louis heels—
broken sizes. Regular Oft
$10.50 values—special. 3 I ■£■!#
Ford Building
Printed Georgette
Crepe at S 1.69
—Printed Georgette Crepe—40
inches wide—in a good range of
colors, light and dark back
grounds for the most attractive
designs of an entire season.
$2.25 and $2.50
$1.69
—Regular
values at,
yard
59c
Pretty Embroider
ies Specially Priced
—Convent Embroidery—4 and 5
inches wide—regular 20c values
—special per yard 1 9 JL
at I C 2 C
—27-inch Swiss Flouncing—
floral and eyelet designs for
children's dresses—spe
cial per yard
—18-inch Swiss Corset Cover
Embroidery—dainty floral de
signs—special 9Qf*
per yard CiVC
—Piatt val. Van Dyke Points—
fine for camisoles; 50c values—
special QQfft
per yard W¥¥
—Linen Filet Edges and Inser
tions—4 inches wide—for cami
sole tops. Special
per yard
29c
A Shipment
of
Bathing
Suits
Will Be Here
Monday
Silk
Gloves
AT 89c PAIR—A broken lot of
silk gloves in grey and white—
embroidered in black. To close
out special 89c pair.
AT 65c PAIR—A special group
of silk gloves in white, black,
grey and navy; two-clasp style,
with double tips. Special 65c
pair.
AT $1.45 PAIR—Extra heavy
silk gloves in grey, white and
black. $1.45 pair.
—Long silk gloves in 12 and 16
button lengths.
side in Canada altho his address is un
known. Oliver was never married.
The body was viewed by Dr. Lee
Hoy McBurney, coroner and Chief of
Police Marcus Anderson and then remov
reinoved to the T. F. O'Conner under
taking parlors pending tue inquest which
Dr. McBurney announced would be con
ducted sometime today.
need 200 men
tohghthre
Foresters Will Keep Employ»
ment Office Open Today to
Obtain Help.
Hight winds fanning the flames of
the forest fires in the Kalispell country
on Friday night resulted in au outburst
of the fire and a call for 175 men was
received by the local U. S. Employment
office Saturday morning to be shipped
at once to fight the flames.
Every effort was put forth to obtain
these men but last night only 50 had
been secured and these were sent out on
train No. 43 for Belton and Kalispell.
To assist in finding men for the
Flathead forest the local employment
office will be kept open all day Sun
day, and W. B. Willey. supervisor of
the Jeferson national forest, will be in
charge.
An order was received for 50 fire
fighters to work near Coram and an
other order for 35 men for the Helena
forest both of which orders the local
office find impossible to fill.
Another fire occurred in the Jeffer
son forest yesterday burning 25 acres
before it was controlled. It was started
from the sparks of a passing train.
gambling raid
brings results
Sheriffs Officers Arrest Two
Alleged Poker Players at
Butte Bar.
As the result of a raid conducted at
the Butte bar bv Deputy Sheriffs E. J.
Tait and W. C. Bean Saturday after
noon Tom Dixon, aged 39 and A\ alter
Wheeler, aged 40 are facing a charge
of gambling, the officers alleging they
succeeded in breaking up a poker party.
Four other men, taken to the county
jail at the same time, were released
upon instruction from Deputy County
Attorney W. J. Tighe. They were I>. J.
Cunningham, aged 3G; John l)oe. alias
Henry Atchison, aged 3D: Jack (îreegs.
aged 30. and Peter Haleta, aged 3.».
"There is entirely too much gambling
on the sly in this city."' stated Sheriff
James 1'. Burns following the raid. "I
am going to make another immediate
effort to clean up these places where
poker and other games of chance are
permitted." .
Raids conducted a few months ago
seemed to have produced the desired
result but at the present time some of
the more daring devotees of the wheel
of fortune are taking a fling once in a
while, it appears, thinking the officers
will not discover them.
PLAN FINAL ACTIOlT
County Superintendent of Schools
Miss Jane Keeney, has called a meeting
of the board of trustees of rural school
district of Cascade county to reconvene
at her office in the court house on
Thursday morning nt 0, July 31. This
board met a few weeks ago to act on
the budget for county unit and is being
called -it this time to take final action.
ALCAZAR NOW PLAYS
TO LARGE CROWDS
The Alcazar played to large crowds
last, evening and with the presentation
of the Jail's latest picture, "The Man
Beneath", Sessue Hayakawa has a very
large following especially among the
ladies. The Fillers offered on the bill
were the best that have ever been as
sembled on one program and the way
Roscoe Kernan played the organ kept
the audience thrilled thruout the entire
performance. The patron's chorus took
well with the audience and received
much applause. The Alcazar offers the
same program again today.—Adv.
(Advertisement*)
FIFTH MILITARY BALL
TUESDAY, JULY 29.
Masonic temple auditorium. Dance
music by Pierse's Celebrated orchestra.
Proceeds to assist the' Soldiers and
Sailors baseball fund. The general pub
lic is invited to attend.
ALL SONS OF VETERANS
are requested to meet at room 407 Ford
building on Monday evening. July 28.
Important business. Committee.
NOTICE F. 0. E. NO. 14
Regular meeting Monday evening at
S o'clock. Initiation. All outstanding
bills against the convention should be
presented immediately.
C. II. FRICKE, Secretary.
D.WÄTSÖNRÖBB
Insurance.
NEW STORE
Fruit and ice cream parlor. Col.
Stark, 1510 Fourth avenue north.
(Advertisements)
WHEN IN GLACIER PARK
Don't fail to visit Clark's Hall, the one
live spot in the Park.
Dancing every evening. Something
doing all the time. Music by Grant's
100 per cent Jazz Orchestra is a treat
never to be forgotten. We have se
cured the services of Mr Bill Fred
ericks, famous Banjo Expert from New
Orleans, Lu. For a good time remem
ber ('lark's Hall, the Home of the
Moonlight waltz. Lunches, Ice Cream.
Soft Drinks in connection.
STRAITON'S ORCHESTRA Ä
WE BUY HIDES, PELTS, WOOL
Sacks and Junk, and pay highest prices.
Ship to the old reliable American Junk
& Mehy. Co., (E. L. Vineyard, prop.),
313-15 Third avenue south. Fone 7073.
FOR SALE
House, four rooms, on West side.
Modern cxeept heat, pays good interest
on investment. Cheap. Fone 7761.
I. 0. O F,
All brother Odd Fellows aie request
ed to attend in a body, the funeral of
Rrother Ed Snyder. The services are to
be held at the W. II. George company
parlors at 3:30 this afternoon.
J. R. SWAN, Secretary
H-M FUEL & TRANSFER CO.
G. T. Hedman. E. B. Manning, pro
prietors. Fone 9646.
DANCE TONIGHT
Pipinich hall, Little Chicago.
FOR SALE
Complete set of mahogany bar fix
! tures suitable for soft drink parlor. L.
M. McDonnell First National bank
S building, or P. O. box 591.
(Advertisements)
BATHING, BOATING, FUN
Broadwater bay beach.
Choke cherries and berries on island.
Foot G. N. Depot.
WILBER TRANSFER CO.
Tack and crate household goods for
storage and shipment Fone 5917.
W. R. GRAY
Coa I—Feed—Sand—Gra vel.
Excavat ions, concrete work. Fone 6804.
COAL AND DRAYING
Western Coal & Transfer Co. Fone 9688.
Violin lessons. N. O. Bergb. 611 Sixth
street south. Fone 7858.—Adv.
Fone 0478 garbage and ashes removed ,
on short notice.—Adv.
COAL AND WOOD.
Excavations and concrete work. Nilson
i & Smith. Fone 9489 or 265.
ICE
Clear and pure made from city filtered :
water—Crystal Ice & Storage Co. Fone !
6323. !
Willard. Service Station
707 Central avenue. We .have a few
uncalled for batteries. These will be sold
very reasonable.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Attention is called to Ordinance No. |
418 in reference to the removal of ob- ,
noxious weeds, wild and uncared for ■
vegetation.
Property owners are requested to
comply with this ordinance and immed- •
iately proceed with cleaning their prem- ;
ises from ali weeds.
Bv Order of the Citv Council.
W. H. HARRISON, City Clerk, j
(Advertisement»)
W. H. HILL & SON
Dealers in River Sand. Fone 9429.
BLACK COAL AND DRAYAGE
Co. Fone 327.
COAL - WOOD - TRANSFER
City Coal Co. Fone 6922.
BETTER KODAK FINISHING
Our work is done by experienced work
men. Try us and you will not be disap
pointed. Heyn's Elite Studio, 10 Fifth
street south.
Prest-0-Lite Batteries
A size for every ear. Service on s 11
makes of batteries. Testing and distilled
water FREE. LEE FOREST. Garage.
Your Credit Is Good
At the exclusive rug and carpet house.
Also a complete line of household spe
cialties. If unable to call fone 8341 for
representative. New York Supply Co.,
10 Fifth street south.
DR. BARTH ^ND DR. BAKER
Have moved their dental offices to 311
Ford Building.
BERGH'S ORCHESTRA F ?<£, K
DAVENPORT BILLIARD PARLOR
Opens under new management, Chaj.
Cuts, prop. Candies, cigars, tobacco and
soft drinks of all kinds. An ideal placr
for a few hours' pastime.
GOODYEAR TIRES
at Modern Vulcanizing Works, 516 First
avenue south, Goodyear Service Station.

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