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ET T Positively First R m For Both Featares! A Double Program At Regular Prices Hear Mr. Merrick Play the Pictures. m Wm. Fox Offers IN A PRODUCTION OF GREAT AND EFFECTIVE BEAUTY WILLIAM FARNUM -IN THE "ADVENTURER" A Romantic Drama With Thrill and Dash, with a Love Story of Wondrous Charm. v : HAROLD LLOYD in his second New $100,000 two-reel Comedy BUMPING INTO BROADWAY It's A Bear! New York Capital Becomes Interested Special to The Daily Tribune. Roundup, April 3.-—Xow York capit alists have purchased $100,000 of the capital stock of the Van Duzen Oil company and steps will be taken to list it oil the New York curb exchange. This places the Van Duzen company in splen did shape for continuous development this year, with ample capital for ail of its drilling obligations. THURSDAY — SATURDAY iNEHL 7 Management: KNIGHTS OP PLEASURE CLUB. Easter Monday Ball Palm Room Hotel Rainbow METROPOLITAN DANCING CLUB Butchers Easter Dance ■ TfcNEW. if il coal BALL ROOM April 6th, 1920. Pierse's Seven Piece Or chestra. Tickets $1.10— Extra Ladies 25c— Including War Tax— ; List of Aspirants for Na tional Delegations—No Dem ocrat for President. 1 îeiciiii. April 3.—Candidates for the prii: i v of April 23 at which delegates to tn, « inventions and electors are to be chosi' ;ind prefernce to president and vi.-.- j. I - m Vnt expressed had until mid nhh: ( <i file. At 8 p. in. the filings show- i jfollowing tickets: i '■■'iii.ii r.itic: i r ■•resident —N'one. I . r vice president—Samuel V. Stcw aii. of Montana. For presidential electors— Grover C. ; Ciscl, Jiillings; Geo. E. Hurd, Great Falls; Mrs J. M. Kennedy, Libby; Jos. K. Toole. Helena. For delegates—Roy E. Ayers. Lewis town: \V. II. Harth, Great Falls; .fas. IV Bole. Bozeman; P. E. Burke, Scobey; J. E. Erickson, Kalispell; Mrs. Maggie Smith Hathaway, Hamilton; T. M. Kenoe, Billings; <"has. J. Kelly, Butte; Gene Lane, Lewistown; 11. J. McGregor, jChoteau; F. Murphy, Anaconda; Louis Newman, Groat Falls: Jas. F. O'Connor, Livingston; ,T. E. O'Neill, Deer Lodge; It. R. i'urcell, Helena; Geo. L. Ramsey. Helena; Jas. M. Reynolds. Boulder; Stanley Scearce, Ronan; W. R. C. Stew art, Bozeman; Mrs. Tyler B. Thompson, Missoula; Thomas J. Walsh, Helena. Republicans: For president—Warren G. Harding, I Ohio; Herbert C. Hoover, California; ! Hiram W. Johnson, California; Leonard ! Wood, New York; Frank O. Lowden, ; Illinois. For vice president—None. For presidential electors— C. II. Mc Leod, Missoula; T. C. Power, Helena; Mrs. E. A. Richardson, Forsyth For delegates—John Adami, Helena; J. C. Alexander, Kalispell; John Allen, Helena; William R. Allen, Wise River; C. B. Allen. Billings; Lynn D. Ambrose, Missoula: Miss A. M. Anderson, Helena; George Baker, Butte; John B. Brima combe, Butte; James M. Burlingame, Great Falls; Lew L. Callaway, Great Falls; Frank B. Connolly. Billings; Edward Donlan, Missoula; A. J. Dorr, Glasgow; Ethel Farnsworth, Missoula; W. D. Fenner, Butte; Fred L. Gibson, Livingston: O. F. Goddard, Bj) lings; M. H. Gunn, Helena; Mrs. Chas. S. Ilaire, Helena; II. L. Hart, Hamilton; Wilford J. Johnson, Lewistown; H. M. Kirton, Malta; T. O. Larson, Choteau: E. II. McDowell, Terry; F. C. McWilliams, Great Falls; E. O. Selway, Dillon. The first balloon was built in 1783. It wu sent aloft without a passenger. Its Making Picture History! A LACE Special Music by Palace Orchestra "Great Falls' Flnast Thaatra" a êGd The Same Wonderful Photo play Masterpiece That New York Paid $3 a Seat to See! V<e», HERE AT REGULAR PALACE PRICES Iii«. Every art has its Golden Age, bringing those wondrous works that live on through «js all the years. And it seems that a Golden Age has dawned for the newest of all arts— the motion picture. The master artist of the screen has brought to us a creation of such ex quisite wonder and beauty, of such haunting charm and purity, that all else seems as of yesterday. NO HIGHER $ h <8 . DWGBIFÏTIlB m taken from a story of Thomas Burke, is at once the most pitiful, most tragic, and withal, the most sublime love story ever told. And in the telling the master, Griffith, has wrought such rare and undreamed-of beauties that a new art, fui rich, boundless, is revealed. Stodden Will Veto Resolution to Shut Out Married Women j ! : [ Butte, April 3.—Mayor W. T. Stod den, today declared that the resolutions baring married women of city from appointive offices adopted at the last meeting of the city council, is class leg islation. He said he would veto it at the next meeting of the council. "I agree with the object of the reso lution," Mayor Stodden said, "but 1 be lieve it is conflicting with the constitu tional rights of those whom it may af HERE IT IS! THE GRAND BALL MONDAY, APRIL 5th, 1920 SPECIAL FEATURES Irresistible Dance Music at KNIOHTS Tie NEW S C j feet." ! One stenographer, a bookkeeper and the city food inspector are affected by the resolution. O. W. Lambert Quits Bank for Theater Special to The Daily Tribune. Roundup. April 3.—O. W. Lambert, for 11 years assistant cashier of the First National bank of this city, has re signed his position to assume active management of the Orpheum theater in which he is heavily interested and which requires almost his entire attention. Mr, Lambert will also open a stock brok erage office in connection with his other duties. Dr. Nile«' Condition Reported Critical Dr. J. A. Nile», the dentist, who lias been quite ill at his home 305 Third ave nue north, for a month, was taken to the Columbus hospital Saturday nnd it was stated following hia admission to that institution that his condidtion was critical. Dr, Niles suffered an attack of influenza several weeks ago and has not been able to recover from the ef fects of it. •mm class neruMS less Entire Change of Program Today ECONOMY PRICES ADULTS ..25c CHILDREN10c Tax Paid ZANE GREY'S GREAT STORY THE Legion Starring Blanche Bates and Hobart Bosworth Directed by T. Hayes Hunter A melodrama of the law less west in the days of '49 Zane Grey writes the most vividly of all authors about the early west. YOU'LL LIKE THIS TALE SUNSHINE COMEDY "THE GREAT NICKEL ROBBERY" Two Reels of Great Fun GETTING READY FOR TRIP TO SWEET GRASS CELEBRATION Local men are getting ready for the trip to Sweet Grass for the dedication of the new hotel which will occur on next Wednesday, April 7. The party frcn here will include some of the best known men of the city, among them being F. R. Van de Putte. George H. Shanley. AV. R. Smith, Dr. W. H. Barth, Fred Wear, Dan Tracy and several others. GRAND OPERA NODI APRIL 10-11 SATURDAY and SUNDAY Direct from its Great Coast Triumphs at Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle. FIR ST TIME HERE The most successful musloal play slnoe "The Merry Widow." "FRESH AS WOOD VIOLETS AND FRAGRANT AS ITS NAME" Messrs. Leo and I. J. Shubert Prosent Rida Johnson Young'« and Sig mund Romberg's Brilliant and Beautiful Romance with musio HAYTIMI > 7 Months in Chicago. Ran 2 Fall Years In N. Y. City 6 Months in Boston MOST SUCCESSFUL AND POPULAR MUSICAL PLAY IN ANNALS OF NEW YORK STAGE With tha Graat Naw York No. 1 Cast, Including WILLIAM NORRIS CAROLYN THOMSON MELVIN STOKES Doaglas Wood. Nina Vallorl, Arthur Albro, Patty Do Forest, Toddy Webb, Izeth Munro, Edward Nan nary, Ruth Watson, lohn Wheeler Isabelle Vernon, William Blalsdoll, Amy Lester Original Broadway Production la Its Entirety— With all the Oear Dancing Girls In Fashion's Frocks of Four Generations. Lower floor $2.50—Baloony $3.00, $1.50, $1.00—Gallery 75o—Plus Tax Mail Orders Now— —Seat Salo Friday Nooa. DR. CRUTCHER RETURNS. Dr. Ernest Crutcher is back in Great Falls after a long period passed on the Pacific coast, most of the time belnft «oent at Los Angeles. Dr. Crutcher says he does not propose to re-open tho practice of medicine here but intends to engage in developing some of his mining properties in the Belt moun tains.