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Alleged Thief, Put Under Arrest,
Breaks Lock in Big Sandy Jail and Vanishes. Without knowing that he had driven the automobile he is now charged with Slaving stolen at Helena to its homo town, A. C. Lundgard stopped at Big Sandy for lunch Friday night only to "?ome under suspicion and later to be arrested. He spent three hours in the Big Sandy jail before he found a way to regain his self respect. Then he re moved an iron rod from his bunk, used it to wreck the lock on the jail door, and vanished. He is still gone, but he left the car. The automobile was owned by D. J. McXamara, prominent business man of Big Sandy who drove it to Helena early last week. When Liundgard pulled into Big Sandy several people recognized the car although no report of the theft had been received. The number plate was missing and the driver was asked to go to a garage. Lundgard, in Great Falls with the car Thursday night, collided with a car driven by Rudolph Josephs, damaging both machines. Josephs reported the accident to the police 24 hours later, and found that Great Falls officials had been instructed from Helena to seize the car and arrest the driver. The time of Lundgard'» arrival in Great Falls and at Big Sandy caused Chief of Police Marcus Anderson to be lieve that he was traveling only at night in attempting to put a safe distance be tween himself and Helena, whore he supposed the car was owned. Big Sandy officials believe that Lundgard robbed a store or a postoffice after he left Great Falls. Stamps, two suits of clothes, several suits of underwear and a lot of knives were in the car when the driver was picked up at Big Sandy. The merchandise was all new. Ship insurance was used by the Cae sars. STRENGTH AND PROTECTION The strength and protection of the Federal Re serve Banking System are the two great factors which make it so useful, not only to the banks, but to the people. This bank is a member of the Federal Reserve System and invites your Checking Account. Commercial National Bank Great Falls. Montana member federal reserve bank An Event All Great Falls Will Take Advantage Of 0' r il COMPLETE BEDROOM SUITES The bedroom suite pictured above is one of many in the varied assortment of new Period style adaptations in the var ious finishes to the display of which we devote one-half a floor. Here, amid beautiful surroundings, you may leisurely choose any number of pieces from these complete suites at the special prices incident to this remarkable value-giving Fall Clearance. CLEARANCE WY OSALE THE FALL CLEARANCE GIVES ABUNDANT PROOF OF "COY'S" SSNCEREITY IN FORCING PRICES DOWN Sweeping onward to a successful conclusion this remarkable event will break all for mer records for fall selling. It exemplifies the power of better values to produce re sults at a time when business would otherwise be quiet. No matter where you live, it will pav vou to come. People from miles around will be here. COMPARISON OF VALUES IS EARNESTLY SOLICITED. FRENCH WILTON RUGS 0 SWEEPING REDUCTIONS OF 25% TO 33%% WILL PREVAIL INLAID LINOLEUM PER YARD $1 .98 SPECIAL VALUES Tapestry covered mahogany rocker or chair with spring cushions Solid Mahogany Breakfast tables, just the handiest table in the home Solid Oak Library tables. Fumed finish 3-inch leg. 28x42 Iron beds, full size, in green or white enamel $17.85 $16.85 $19.85 $3.98 £ .ä: ALL FRAMED PICTURES ONE HALF PRICE 1 3 Äff On ail Draperies and Lace Curtains •V&TsgJlSl S É m COMPLETE DINING SUITES The dining suite pictured above is one of many in our large and choice assortment of new Period style adaptations as ex pressed in various woods. The special underpriced offerings include every one of these complete suites together with all other dining furniture in our splendid showing, which occupies half a floor. If you contemplate the purchase of dining furniture it will be well to inspect our display before making a final decision. SWEEPING REDUCTIONS OF 25% TO 331-6% WILL PREVAIL FABCOLIN, The New Floor Covering Per Yard 88c SPECIAL VALUES Kitchen Cabinets with aluminum top, white enamel inside, 50-lb. flour bin, in fact a full Standard £*}Q Af| Cabinet 3>05J«UU Dining Room Chairs, Golden Finish Wood seat Genuine Cotton Felt Mattresses, 45-lbs., in Art ticks, full size Brass beds, 2-inch post, steel ball-bearing casters $2.49 $14.98 $17.85 FURNITURE Central Near Sixth 1 3 Aff On all Blankets in UIT Our Store WORK OF TRODICK WINS RECOGNITION Great Falls Fire Chief Is nown All Over West for Fire Pre vention Efforts. The interest in fire prevention work shown by Chief A. J. Trodick of the Great Falls fire department, who has had charge of all of the arrangements for Fire Prevention day in Great Falls, lias won special recognition for the Great Falls fire department through out the west. The Pacific Coast Asso m *3 > ty - mm EIKE CHIEF A. J. TRODICK. ciation of Fire Chiefs has frequently recognized on its programs the progress Chief Trodick has made along fire pre vention lines and officials of the organ ization have made extended comment upon results obtaining from his activi ties. At the Los Angles convention of the association last month Chief Tro dick was elected to the vice presidency. Development, of the Great. Falls de partment under Chief Trodick's leader ship has resulted from his enthusiasm and his genuine love for the work. The personnel of the department has con stantly undergone a course of intensive training during the chief's regime. Lec tures, physical training and practical demonstrations have been an important factor in bringing the department up to its present standard. The parade Monday evening is the most elaborate undertaking of the kind the city has undertaken, but until it. appears on the streets even Great Falls people will not recognize the technicali ties it portrays. After the floats and banners have passed it will be possible to understand something of the result the Great Falls fire department has achieved. in chu ciïï After having been a resident of Great Falls for 14 years, during all of which time he has been connected with 'I he Tribune as accountant and assistant business manager, H. R. Ringwald will leave in about a week for Lethbridgo. Alberta, where lie will enter a new line of business activity. Mr. Ringwald will sever his connec- j tions with The Tribune, October 1". after : a long and faithful service in which i he was closely identified with the busi- ! ness affairs of the institution. Me leaves ! this newspaper of his own volition to enter new fields which he expects to be much more remunerative. At Lethbridge he will be associated with his brother-in-law. H. F!. Meibadi. formerly of this locality, who is now engaged in the automobile business in the Canadian city, and at which b- lias been very successful. Mr, Meibach form erly eugaged in ranching af the head of Kibbev canyon near Monarch, remov ing from there to Gold Butte and later For Decorations, Designs CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS 305 1st Ave. No.—Phone 6347 "3-ivLLK 3-' "ZSIXJg: ••>©, (r)rawings For Lett er He aàs, Late! s, BooWet s nd ©over designs,Illustrations one or more colôrs. Room G-Tr'b'Une -Dü'.Vding ^ ' Phon« 9036 to Conrad from where he went to Leth bridge about three years ago. In addition to taking an interest in the Lethbridge automobile concern Mr. Ringwald will continue in the work of public accounting and auditing at which he has attained considerable of a reputa tion and will also devote a portion of his time to the marketing of a check book, cash book and sales book accounting sys tem which he has perfected and for which, he has applied for patents. He will be accompanied from Great Falls by Mrs. Ringwald and their two children, Ralph and Ruth. In The Tribune office he will be suc ceeded by H. R. Ay er, who has been con nected with the accounting work of this institution for the past five vears ana who in turn will be succeeded in his former position by Ed Krause, now with the Great Falls-Overland company. PILES FREE TREATMENT We pay postage and send free Red Cross Pile and Fistula Cure. KEA CO., Dept. 23. Minneapolis, Minn c hes iä5 —cover with hot throat and chest —cover with hot flannel cloth. V a po Rua Cifer 17 Million Jars Used Yearly PIANO CALL AT ONCE OR WRITE FOR COM PLETE LIST AND LOWRST TERMS. Gilbert & Co $115 Bush & Gerts 145 Meister 255 Cable-Nelson 375 Laffargue 425 Roth & Englehardt . 265 Behning 450 Kohler & Campbell .. 325 Stodart 355 Also several slightly used Plaver Pianos, $415, $520 up to $700. TERMS OX SOME AS LOW AS $8 MONTHLY KOPS PIANO HOUSE 508 Central Avenue SUIT EXTRAORDINARY There is STYLE and QUALITY in every suit offered in this assortment that is usually only found in garments of much high er price. Suits of fine quality tricotine, Silvertone and checked velour in models to suit every type of figure, some are plain tailored with long coats of straight lines, others have short ripple jackets that are exceptionally smart. All are beautifully tailored and well lined with fancy silks. There are many suits in the assortment that were bought at much less than the regular price and would sell ordinarily at $60 and $65. SPECIALLY PRICED for this week Angora Scarfs A wrap in themselves for moderate weather, yet nice to wear over a coat. Brushed wool in solid col ors and attractive combin ations of bright shades. Some have pockets and belts, others are plain with fringed ends but can be worn with a patent leather belt. Prices from $6.50 to $15 o Outing Flannel Gowns Ladies nightgowns made up in attractive styles, and of extra heavy outing flan nel in pink and blue stripes. Regular $2.50 and $2.75 value $2.29 / m s Bungalow Aprons Ladies aprons of both light and dark percale, also plain white, made with wide belts and trimmed with ric-rac braid and contrasting material. Regular $3.50 value $2.69 510 Central Ave. 9 c 1RS 510 Central Ave.