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Great Falls daily tribune. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1895-1921, April 10, 1920, Image 13

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Sunday - Monday
' By Popular Demand
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TUCKER'S
PRODUCTION
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GEO. M. COHAN
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AL ST. JOHN
in "SHIP AHOY!"
REGULAR PRICES
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HIGH CLASS PICTURES POB LESS'
New Pictures! Today Only!
FOUR BIG HITS FOR TWO-BITS
UNIVERSAL WESTERN
HOOT GIBSON
IN
"HELD UP FOR THE MAKINGS"•
Hoot for Hoot
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MAJOR ALLEN'S ANIMAL HUNT
Number Two
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That Smashing Serial •
The Lion Man
' Episode Number 14
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L-KO Comedy
Hop, the Bell-Hop
Two Reels of Fun
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That Most
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Bettina
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From the
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IN
The Silent
A Million Dollar
Super Serial
of Love and
Honor, Danger
and Daring
Cuckoo Comedy
"SmMMYGYM"
PATHE REVIEW
MUTT and JEFF
Cartoon
HEADS ON VISIT
Jenks and O'Neill in City Friday;
Will Return From Butte
This Evening.
A party of Great Northern officials,
beaded by Vice President G. O. Jenks
and James O'Neill, general manager of
the road's western territory, stopped in
Great Falls a short time Friday after
noon while en route to Butte on an in
spection trip over this division. The of
ficials were Joined here by General Sup
erintendent W. R. Smith, Division Super
intendent Fred Wear, John Dowling,
general superintendent of motive pow
er; A. B. Ford, mister mechanic, and
Oscar Bowen, chief engineer of the ter
ritory west of Whitefish.
The party will return to Great Falls
this (Saturday) evening and intend to
spend Sunday in the city. Superintend
ent Wear stated that neither Mr. Jenks
nor Mr. O'Neill bad as yet outlined local
activities incident to the Great North
ern's decision to ..make large expendi
tures. in the maintenance of way depart
ment, but that- information of a definite
FIRST RUN !
They sure liked it—and they went away
bubbling over with joy—You'll have to come
early.
He Was a Kentucky Cave Man But
She Taught Him a Lesson—
IN SIX
PARTS
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An
Entrancing
Story of
Newark
Studio Life
THE
OFFS
WALI
Starrin« the AV
^Beautiful J1A X
ALLISON"
A screen classic production
of the famous Broadway stage
hit by Frederic and Fannie
Hatton as presented by Oliver
Morosco.
Alcazar Rathe News
Literaiy Digest
Mary's Nightmare
—A Christie Comedy
KERNAN
—On the Giant Organ
PERSONAL GUARANTEE
I cannot say too much
about this production. You
will be the judge—if you
don't say it is the best
comedy drama you have
ever .seen I miss my guess.
LEROY V. JOHNSON,
Manager.
REGULAR PRICES
Children 10c
Adults 30c
BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY
DANCE TONITE! IT'S BIG!
KNIOHTS
Special Features J
IRRESISTIBLE DANCE ■
MUSIC BY
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EON
BALL ROOM
It la Better to Attend the Odean Than to Wish You Had 1 !
nature would probably be obtained be
fore their departure.
"Mr. Jenks and Mr. O'Neill are going
over the line on their regular spring
check-up trip," said the superintendent,
"and while here will probably indicate
new work to be undertaken this sa i aon
in the maintenance of way and operating
departments. They will return to Great
Falls Saturday night to remain over Sun
day and it is possible that an announce
ment of some interest will be made while
they are here.''
Business on Increase
in Lumber Industry
There has never been a time when
the lumber industry of Montana was in
a more prosperous condition, according
to Leo Faust, editor of the Libby News
and a member of the state board of edu
cation. Mr. Faust is in Great Falls on a
breif business visit and is stopping at
Hotel Rainbow. He says the people of
Lincoln county generally are benefitting
by the prosperity that has come to the
lumbermen and everybody is getting his
share of it.
PREMIER WILL LEAVE
FOR SAN REMO PARLEY
London, April 9.—David Lloyd George
British prime minister, will leave for
San Remo, Italy, Saturday, for the com
ing session of the peace conference.
P
TBE PMUC MOWS IT SEES
POSITIVELY
FIRST RUN!!
IT'S GREAT FOR FUN
There WiU Be Many
a Hearty Laugh
It Costa No Mors to Soo tho Boat
of Films at tho Finos! Thostor
ADULTS .
CHILDREN
35c
10c
ANY SEAT—ANY TIME
Does the right triumph in this exciting Harold MacGrath
drama, here until Sunday night only? Well, you know the
Irish and you know their luck! See this thriller—
W story of a man who /cJhris a çftrl
%cnxmd the utar&-/b Kniv. Glim. Gikatta. ImçfonçJ
Ü mKtmfmér&uem enry hand butammgoaf txirxMF
HER NAUGHTY
WINK
Two Reels of Sunshine Comedy
Come Early ! !
ICHENOWEIH PAYS
FINE AND C HECKS
Then Is Started for Idaho to
Answer to Charge of Grand
.Larceny.
M. F. Chenoweth. arrested at Helena
on a bad check charge preferred by
Strain brothers store and also wanted
at Pocatello. Idaho, in connection with
the theft of an automobile, admitted the
accuracy of the store's complaint in the
Earll justice court Friday, and was fined
$20 and released when he produced the
cash and made çood the check. Three
other dishonored checks were paid by
Onenowcth after his return from Helena,
the total amounting to $140 in addition
to the fine. , ,
Chenoweth was identified as the man
wanted at l'ocatcllo by Deputy Sheriff
W. E. Splan. who gained from the
suspect the admission that the stolen
automobile had been left in Butte as
security for a small loan. Chenoweth is
said to have admitted that he and n
man named Henry took the car in the
Idaho city and on the strength of his
statement Henry also located at Helena,
was arrested.
Deputy Sheriff Wheeler of Pocatello
took Chenoweth in charge after he had
appeared in court Friday and left on an
afternoon train for Helena, where
Henry will be picked up and with
Chenoweth returned to Idaho.
Commercial Travelers
Give Dance Tonight
In the palm room of Hotel Rainbow
this (Saturday) evening, the members of
the Great Falls council U. C. T. and their
friends will enjoy their first post-lenten
dance. The dance will be the first Bocial
affair since the initiation of a big class
of candidates a week ago and the attend
ance is expected to be usually large. The
social committee of the U. C. T. has
planned what it believes will be an es
pecially satisfactory program for the
evening.
Two More Teachers
Resign From Schools
Two more resignations of public school
teachers have been received by S. D.
Largent. superintendent of the Great
Falls schools. Miss Sarah P. Stocking,
assistant teacher of oratory in the high
school and Miss Frances Dobeon, second
grade teacher in the Franklin school,
have signified their intentions of leaving
at the end of the school year. Superin
tendent Larget says that he has many
applications for positions in the Great
Falls schools, and anticipates no diffi
culty in filling any vacancies that may
occur.
OPTIMISTIC THOUGHT.
One certain way of beating the^game
is to raise something besides prices and
Cain.—Dallas Journal.
THURSDAY — SATUROAY
IV NEW
Management:
KNIGHTS OF PUBASUXB CLUB.
NO DANCING
SATURDAY NIGHT
TEMPLE AUDITORIUM
M ETROPOLITAN DUOtH CUM

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