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I CLEARANCE SALE • i • -Of I Wash Dresses Voile Waists | Athletic Underwear Knitted Unionsuits | —on— 1 Thursday, Friday and Saturday Cut Flowers, Plants, Decorations, Designs No. 2 Third Street North \ MONUMENTS j I GROVER &LEUCHAR3 ♦ f 1010 First Av«nu« South I I Phon* 6301 4 4 * l-*++++*H+++m+t'Mt++W+t IMarinello Shop | Facial Shampoo.—Marcelling. j Manicuring. J BRIDGEMAN DRUG STORE X 424 Central. Fone 6022. X OPEN EVENINGS. f ♦4++++++'M , +++t++4++++++++4' J-hc MEW EDISON '' Tk* PkanatrafJt with m Semi" GREAT FALLS PHONOGRAPH CO. I 506 Central Ave. Fone 6262. \ I I _ | SEE SCOTT] For Your Winter Furs B 8 Third Street North |j [The National Laundry Co. ■ Telephone 299 I to Receive I The Hotel Rainbow SERVES EACH SUNDAY EVENING A Special Table d' Hote Dinner AT $1.50 PER PLATE FROM 6:30 UNTIL 8:30 1 - - ' " . P [ r P ► f y ► ^; * - ^ p I* jj P u [ r El " I : " i j j | ! j ; j 1 i | ; . ! j | j i ; i i ! | ! i i j ! I Montana School Of Music 201 Central Avenue, top floor Cascade Bank Bid*. Tlioro Instruction in piano, violin, viola, 'cello, mandolin, harp, etc. Evening classes for adults. For terms and engagements see Prof. Fisher, late director and instructor of music, Montana \!tate University. Fone 6902. Union Representatives Will Not Attend Meet According to announcement made Fri day by W. T. Sommerville, secretary of the local union affiliated with the Na tional federation of Federal Employes no delegate will be sent from this union to attend the third annual convention of the federation, which will be held in San Francisco, beginning September 8. must not be overlooked Many times when getting children G T & xO ready for school an important thing is U* //v */ 1 overlooked. Has the child normal vision *° w<e properly without straining? Their BpT'V \ 5y k ( eyes are very precious—in fact, price ^ ' eRS — nn d deserve careful attention. <">ldnr people know by simple tests I z^f A, when glasses would be a help; children l( ( 'o not have this advantage, and many ^1-L L*jlSl»X I think because they are young, glasses |are not, needed. Their eves should be watched^as carefully as the teeth and Bradv/pr&^y\ PH|L ' P jacoby J Jeweler and Optician C#jL/|/l/ ^ r - G. Flaherty in charge of *■■• «*#*/# Optical Department. \ I | 1 TOYS TO SHAPE AME RICAN IDEAS German Kulture Threat Taught U.S. Value of Directing Child Thought, Salesman Says. Feed the children American ideals through American toys, is the aim of the toy manufacturers and the dealers in toys throughout the United Seates, says C. B. Walworth, a member of a party of Marshall-Wells salesmen now stopping at the Hotel Rainbow with the "Big Road Show," or holiday display of the Duluth Harware company. American toys are here to stay, the salesman declared. The playthings of the children shape the thought of a nation and this country will not forget German kulture while the graves in France are green, Mr. Walworth pointed out. Take Mexi co. The smallest top in the world is made there. "And as toys must, it reflects the spirit and the atmosphere of a nation," says Mr. Walworth. "It is a flea. Prac tically no other toys are imported from the southern republic except this typical insect." Educational toys, clear eyed Ameri can fashioned dolls, not. foreign types, mechanical and structural toys which will develop constructive ideas afid American ideals predominate in the of ferings for this Christinas, according to the salesmen. In the party of Marshall-Wells sales - men are. besides. Mr. Walworth. Donald - MacArthur, a pioneer representative of the firm. J. Moore and A. W. Bartlett. Fifty to (JO hours of a man's time is required to set up the stock carried ii) 25 sample trunks. Buyers from towns for miles around Great Falls will come to this city next, week to order their holiday stock. Three of the large sample rooms at. the hotel will be occupied. OF LOCAL INTEREST T. G. Latham will leave this Satur day morning for Yalier to spend the week end. Ed A. Frazer. a woolbuyer of Bill ings, was a business visitor in Great ' j Falls Friday. " I F. F. Bossneak of Havre arrived last . | evening to attend the meeting of the P I Architects' association. [ j Mrs. R. A. Wolfe arrived from Lehigh r Friday noon to spend a few days in the P j city transacting business. ► I Miss Florence Carney arrived from f j Springdale. Friday and will teach in the y i Junior high school this year. ► ! Mrs. X. R. Clem and two children, ^; Norma and Gordon returned Friday * ; morning from a several weeks' visit - with Mrs. Clem's parents at, Concon ^ ' ully, Wash. p Miss Thirza B. Brown, a member of I* the I.atin department of the Central jj high school returned to Great Falls P Friday afternoon from Minneapolis to u resume her duties here. [ I'hil Spencer returned to Butte Fri r day afternoon after spending the sum El mer in Great Falls with his aunts, Mrs. George Palmer and Mrs. Brown. Phil's " father is J. R. Spencer of Butte, assist ant director of the war savings stamp movement. Mrs. Charles L. Bovard, representa tive of the Florence Crittendon Home at Helena stopped in Great Falls Friday for a brief business visit while return I ing from an official business trip to : Lewistown to Helena. ; Mrs. James Hill Burton and son j James left Friday to join Mr. Burton iii " Butte where they expect to make their i future home. Mr. Burton recently «<• j cepted the position of manager of the j Butte wholesale grocery company. Miss Minnie Carlson of Grantsburg, Wis., Miss Ethelwyn Crier of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho and Miss Nettie Mattson | of Salt Lake, Utah arrived in Great ! Falls Friday to accept teaching posi j tions in the .Junior high school. ; j Miss Charlotte Goss arrived Friday 1 afternoon from Austin, Minn., to accept i a position as teacher in the Whittier | school. Miss Goss is a sister of Mrs. ; L. S. Thurston and for the past year has been employed in the federal serv ice, adjutant general's department at Washington, I). C. Mr. and Mrs. J. Kerr arrived Thurs day afternoon from Pecatonica, 111., to . spend a few weeks in the city visiting their daughter, Mrs. Calvin E. Hubbard and son. J. Bruce Kerr. The latter will ! return this Saturday evening from a j month's vacation spent, in the Selkirk | mountains in British Columbia. j Miss Elsa Albright, and brother; | i Helmuth Albright, accompanied by Miss | ; Margaret Runzler and Miss Gusty I.oef- : i fler of Butte, motored in from Flathead i i lake Friday afternoon where they have j ! been camping for the summer. Miss j | Runzler and Miss Loeffler left on the : ! afternoon train to return to their homes, at Butte. i Mrs. H. F. Lunde. for a number of j i years an employe of the Paris Dry j j Goods company but who about a year ! ago resigned he r position with the local! I firm to accept a similar one in Detroit, j I Mich., is in the city for a few days'I visit with friends while en route to I Glacier park. Mrs. Lvnde will then go ; to Miles City to accept a position there. REALTY TRANSFERS E. H. Herring to I.uc.v Ann Herring, land in townships 10 and 20, range 3 east: $1.00. E. IT. Herring to Lucy Ann Herring, his wife, land in townships 19 and 20, range 2 east: $1,00. Same to same, land in sections 22, 27 and 20, range 2 east; $1.00. Same to same, part of lots 11 and 12, block 2f>7: $1.00. I Harrv W. Lvtle and wife to Catherine Lytic, lot 11, block 12.'!; $1.00. Gust Nilson and wife, to G. F. Town- | site company; $1.00. A. J. Ammondson to Frances Sage- | batim, land in townships 17 and IS, range j 5 east; $1.00. See the last episode of "The j i Tiger's Trail," Alcazar today. j HIGH QUALITY FLOUR OFFERED Mayor Newman Declares Milling Men Tested Product to Be Sold at Market. Ninety-five per cent pure wheat flour is the grade to be sold to local house wives at the city market begnning at 0 o'clock this Saturday morning Mayor Louis Newman assures prospective pur chasers. The flour is a first class soft wheat flour and is not made from sub stitutes, the mayor declared. There will be 630 sacks containing 140 pounds of flour to be sold at $i..v> a sack. The purchasers must carry away the flour or hire delivery. A harvest is promised small boys witn wagons who are on hand at the market. Several milling experts tested the flour upon its arrival in this city r riday, according to the mayor, and declared it A No. 1, high grade flour, which is also backed up by the goernmei.it guarantee. See the last episode of "The Tiger's Trail," Alcazar today. Of course the monkeys don t realize that the saloons are all closed, for na ture has proved that when a monkey gets tired of his family he can run away and climb another tree. ( 1 i Ready for Your Inspection and Selection GOOD ASSORTMENT OF l®| Fall Coats, Suits, Skirts and Millinery \ P We Have a Remarkable Assortment of Fine Coats. SB Linings of Plain and Fancy Silks. 1 Millinery that typifies the season's mode in styles, there iy-PJ is so much to choose from, which again insures one <|\/ ^ finding exactly the right model. SPECIAL SPECIAL ^Wlp Women's Silk Hose. 81.35 fmcy si|k skirtg $1S-50 I Silk Hose at this price are Mmgi £ rare values nowadays. Values up to S-/.50. -7 BERG COAT & SUIT CO. AxJ^ 10 Fourth St. South Conrad Bank BIdg. ^ j I THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX I Broad Daylight ^Meetf'' 6 I Store ) W l ( Moderate I I I Prices SM© Canter (AV Centr al Avenue, Corner Sixth Street The Fall Street FINAL -| »7.50 Gown for the Sale of White Skirts A # = Larger Woman 92 45 and *3.45 -That's au Thev sold at $6.i)0 to $10.00—vari Are among the smartest of ou9 Mt nn d pocket effects. Some For the new Fall Frocks to arrive are embroidered. recently, some designed es- v^Ualaj pecially for large women are NEW! »nH shown - Plaid Skirts v^apes ana _ These are made by manu- Thr ri( , hnpss of co1 irings, novelty I I facturers who sell nothing drsigns Bnd Bmart styles, ail go to else—they are carefully de- ma ke up the most tempting assemb- That, so gracefully wore price signed to give, the extra arm- lage of fancy wool skirts we have ' ' ' hole room, and other features p^r shown. maiks ot ,>.-5 oa )0, $d/.o0, which make them comfortable moderately priced $42.50 and $49.75. and correctly fitting. Made of the very finest, i\jf7\*7 S'Sr'S't: Fall The NewStyles Shown | fashionable. Blouses IN The models have the dual Q f Allflimn Qnifo merits of being among the ^ .. OUlid smartest of this season's fash- Georgette ^^*7^ ions and so very well adapted Crepe a t Xy O" anc | AQ to the larger figure. __ gg yg $35 to $47.50 $7*50 Surpass All Expectation. C2/"\ Suits so charming they are meeting A Rackful of New " with a quick response for immediate Autumn Frocks at A poason of b,onRf,s wear. Those most eager for a change 9 19 .50 iLTSE Cw*Gre»? of f""®" could not hope for anything or I moro paln»t«k- ™ore attractive than the new suits with Is attrartin^ much attention anr] j^ftontion has been fl8f6^ I*ipplGj S^Tlcl stfcil^ntllTlC COEtS^ favorable comment because of the ^ v ^ n these fall blouses with narrow string belts and distinct delightfully new models and low price; these moderate trimmings. they are worth at least $5.00 more. prices. . SILVERY VOICES WILL REMIND VOTERS OF $500,000 ROAD BOND ELECTION "Good morning. Don't forget to vote at the good roads bond elec tion today." Every business house listed in the Great Falls telephone directory and as many residences as can be reached will receive this greeting from a young lady Tuesday, Sep tember 2. Arrangements have been made by Secretary It. S. Skinner of the commercial club and the good roads committee for a corps of girls to use the telephone to re mind voters of the city that a bond election is being held and that it is their duty to so to the polls. The girls will follow a very defi nite program. Calling every number in the telephone book is something of a task. The girls will call the numbers in succession and when the receiver is taken down at the other end they will each time re peat. the two sentences quoted above and then call another number. '"The polls will be open from 8 in the morning until 0 in the evening," said Secretary Skinner in describ ing the plan for using the telephone election day, "and although every body knows it the girls would be asked concerning this point nearly every time they ring if the party called had the opportunity. This would be exclusive of the interest rate, the date of maturity, the amount of the issue and a lot of other things which everybody is informed about already. To permit the calling of as many numbers as possible the 'phone girls will not answer questions, but it is ex pected that by being reminded that an election is on many people will vote who would not otherwise ex press their preferences." Montana Delegation Asked to Favor Bill The Montana congressional delega tion has been asked by the Great Falls Commercial club to support the Cum mins bill, passed by the United States senate and now before the house, and which would restore rate making powers to the interstate commerce commission and to various state commissions, with lecome Slender Rtducv your weight 10 to 60 lb*., or mors under $100 OUAKANTEE by using OIL Of K0RE1N. folluwlui easy dkccUaos. Bold by Great Falls Drug Co.; Harding's; F. M. Bowman; I„apeyre Bros., and others in Great Falls. ALL bu iy druMl»ts everywhere sell OIL OF KOREIN. Booklet msilert free by Kortin Co., MV-301. Station F. New York. certain limitations to be observed by the latter bodies. The power of the in terstate commission to make rates was suspended during the war. Pronounced opposition to the bill is expected in the house, according to ad vice from Clifford Thome, former chairman of the Iowa railroad commis sion and an authority on traffic subjects in the I'nited States, to J. W. Good man, of the Commercial club's traffic department, Mr. Thorne is representing shipping interests in the fight being made for passage of the bill. FREE TO CHILDREN A big Bee Hive candy bar and i School Day sfl o An Sturdy Shoes o 0 For Sturdy Boys H a Here is the best we can promise you, fathers X X and mothers who have the wants of Young Amer- V X icans to supply. U a The Bootery's shoes will wear and wear well. x X They are made of the toughest leather—both soles U U and uppers—and are put together with special (J 0 care to withstand the strain that only healthy Q Q youngsters can give. Q U We regard it as a patriotic duty to see that the U Q shape of the last and the fitting of the shoes gives Q Q the growing foot the support and opportunity for Q Q action it needs. Q Q Compare our styles— then our prices. Q K FREE BLOTTERS FOR $ H SCHOOL H Q The Home of X C-Sau' Shoes for Children H ii Pfister-Pierce (j 1 Bootery | 0 409 Central Phone 8498 X SCHOOL SHOES j ■ "School Days ! School Days ! | Dear Old Golden Rule Days! " £ T, , JT=h j foot comfort for the I g school children is to /I i have perfect fitting —A S shoes that shape their | tended. 5 ^ h 1 h protect growing feet. S Straight lines and £ roomy cut give per- S feet foot freedom and am ■ enough support to ■ ■ £ keep them from tir- Jf ■ m I | These prices are based on purchases made 3 a year ago and would cost more money on to- 3 day's market at wholesale than the prices we g are asking. Our prices will not be raised until 3 all of our present supply is sold. | Sizes 5 to 8... $1.50 to $3.00 | mw Sizes 8J to 11 $2.50 to $4.00 | * Sizes llf to 2 $3.50 to $5.50 | Why pay the advance until you have to? | FLAHERTY & PERRA g 12 Third Street South | a souvenir at Sexton this after noon. Parents bring the children A great show today. Obtain New Life by Taking Ho wells LYMPHINE Tablets Restores lost nerve force, creating new life. Improvement comes to stay, guaran teed free from Chloral. Cocaine, Morphine or other narcotic drugs. Write for book let. Each package contains 30 days' treat ment, by mail $1. C. H. Howells & Co., 60 Chttrch St., New York. For sale by Model Pharmacy, 312 Central avenue; Cascade Pharmacy, 110 Third street So.; Great Falls Drug Co., wholesale distrib utors.