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Illuminated Procession Through
Downtown Streets Will Be in Early Evening. W ith 12 floats, two bands, cit.v fire apparatus. Boy Scouts, the Salvation Armband several other features, a par ade Monday evening will mark the op»n insof "fire prevention week" in Great Falls. I he parade will form ou First avenue south between Fifth and Sixth streets and will start promptly at 7:30 o'clock Recording to Fire Chief A. J. Trodick. - lie line of march will be north on Sixth Street to Central avenue, west on Cen tral avenue to the fountain, around the fountain and counter-march to Sixth •treet. south to First avenue south, west to Park drive, north to First avenue north, east to Fourth street, south to First avenue South, east to Fifth street. !'hc parade will be in two divisions. -1 lie first will be led by the fire chief's car, with Mayor Louis Newman. Thomas Larke. of the state fire marshal's office. Fire Chief A. ,T. Trodick and Assistant Fire Chief George E. G rover. Behind It will be a squad of Great Falls police end the band. ■ The order of march will be: First Division. Bungalow float, donated by the Boor man Lumber company, showing a child playing with matches while its parents read. The burned ruins of a home, the float «•omtributed by the Great Falls lire de partment. Ambulance showing first aid being <id ministered to the burned child. F ur Ilished by W. H. George. Casket. Furnished by W. II. George. The grave. "At Rest." Furnished by Grover and Leuchars. A childless home. "Alone." Furnished by the Standard Furniture company. Hospital ward, calling attention to the number of injuries by preventable fires each year. Furnished by the Kiwanis club. Second Division. Salvation Army, AVomen's club's representatives. Charley and Dewey, veterans of 20 years of fire fighting. City service truck of the fire depart ment. "The Burning Schoolhouse." repre senting the schoolhouses destroyed vear ly by fire. Furnished by the Anaconda Copper Mining company. "The Modern Theater." furnished by the Palace theater. "Guilty," furnished by the Commercial Club. "Education." furnished by the Rotary Club. "The Careless Housewife." furnished by the Ad Club. "The "Original Jazz Band." Boy Scouts will carry banners before « ach float. Women's Club Heads Will Ride in Parade on Tomorrow Evening Presidents of the representative s women's clubs of the city will ride in j a special car in the fire prevention day i parade, Monday evening. Among those ; in the car will be Mrs. I. X. Walker, j president of the Great Falls Woman's ! dub; Mrs. James Gooch. president of the Cit.v Federation of Women's organ izations; Mrs. A. E. Barkemeyer. presi dent of the Tuesday Musical club; Mrs. ; .1. W. Agnew. president of the Great Falls Travel club; and Mrs. B. .f. Boor- ; man, president of the Great Falls I >ecimo club. The car will be decorated. Mrs. H. B. Mitchell, with her car filled with club women of the city, will j also be in the procession. Sheffield, Eng.. steel workers have been granted a 150 per cent bonus. PHF üliTlilKl Protect Your Home and Your Car With A BOYCE AUT OMATIC FIRE EXTINGUISHER ONLY $6.50 Come in and let us show you how it is always on the job NORTHERN * HARDWARE CO. A ^ "IEf! 1 H I I I II 320 Central At the Sign of the Jacknife ■j PROCLAMATION BY PRESIDENT NAMES FIRE PREVENTION DAY By (he President of the United States, a Proclamation. Whereas, the destruction by fires in the United States in volves an annual loss of life of 15,000 men, women and children, and over $250,000,000 in buildings, foodstuffs, and other created resources, and, Whereas, the need of the civilized world for American prod ucts to replace the ravages of the great war is especially great at this time, and Whereas ,the present serious shortage of home and business structures makes the daily destruction of buildings by fire an especially serious matter, and, Whereas, a large percentage of fires causing the annual American fire waste may be easily prevented by increased care and vigilance on the part of the citizens : Therefore, I, Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States, do urge upon the governors of the various states to designate and set apart Monday, October 11, 1920, as fire pre vention day and to request the citizens of their states to plan for that day such instructive and educational exercises as shall bring before the people the serious and unhappy effects of the present unnecessary fire waste, and the need of their individual and collective efforts in conserving the natural and created re sources of America. In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. Done in the District of Columbia, this seventh day of Sep tember, in the year of our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and twenty, and of the independence of the United States, the one hundred and forty-fifth. WOODROW WILSON. By the President: BAINBRIDGE COLBY, Secretary of State. Chief Trodick to Talk Theater Will Wait in M. E. Pulpit Tonight Until Parade Ends Fire Chief A. .1, Trodick will speak at the meeting for the boy scouts of Great Falls in thé First M. E. church this (Sunday) evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Rev. A. G. Bennett, pastor, made this arrangement with Chief Trodick yester day in connection with the "Fire Pre- j vention'' campaign. Dr. Bennett will address the boys and their friends on "American Manhood in the Making." At j the morning hour, "10:30, Dr. Bennett j will pay special attention to the cele- ! bration of Deaconness day. as observed , today throughout Montana Methodism. ■ and also will speak of the new leader- ; ship of the local Y. M. C. A. introducing i the secretary, Ralph Wolf, to the con- j gregation. The history of tennis that of golf. is older than EQUITY MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. 26-30 Stanton Bank Building, Great Falls, Montana. A farmers' mutual insurance company. Fire and Lighting Insurance on Farm Property. The Associated Players Stock Com pany at the Palace theater has agreed to co-operated with Fire Chief A. J. Trodick Monday evening, and not lie gin its performance of "The Brat" un til after the fire prevention parade is over. The figures of the I'nited States de partment of labor. bureau of labor, bureau of labor statistics, on employ ment for the month of March, 1020. show increases when compared with those from identical establishment for March, 1910. The largest increase, 03.6. 55.4 arid 37.0 per cent, appear iu wool en, men's ready-made clothing, cotton finish and automobile manufacturing, re spectively. while respective decreases of 12.6 and 8.2 per cent are shown in car building and repairing and cigar manu facturing. H FILLS WILL Window Displays, Parade, Talks in Theaters and Schools in Monday Program. Great Falls will play its part Monday in Fire Prevention day. which. by concurrent action of the president of the United States and virtually all of the governors of states of (he union, has been set aside for observances to call the attention of the public to the serious losses of life and property by preventable fires. Merchants of Great Falls will decor ate their windows with appropriate dis plays. Posters and sigus calling atten tion to the day will appear in windows and stickers will he used on automobile windshields. At 7:."10 o'clock in the evening an illumination parade, with a dozen floats contributed by civic organizations, and participated in by members of men's and women's clubs. Boy Scouts, the Great Falls police force, the Salvation Army and others. Every minister in Great Falls has been asked to make mention of Fire Prevention day and of the merit of the work in his sermons today. The theaters and the schools will be visited by speakers during the coming week and printed matter will be distrib uted to the school children. Fire Prevention Work Instructions Will Be Given School Children Observances calculated to impress upon the school children the dangers of fires and the losses due to preventable fires have been planned by Fire Chief A. J. Trodick and Thomas Larke of the state fire marshal's office. Printed hand bills will be distributed to the children at each school house in the city Monday noon. A copy of a text book on fire prevention which h3s been adopted by the schools of 4-~~> cities of the I'nited States will be put in the hands of each teacher, and to each pupil will be given a copy of a phamph let "Fire Prevention in the Home." During the week talks will be made in each school in Great Falls by mem bers of the fire department. Chief Tro dick. Mr. Larke and State Fire Marshal Robert Minstrum of Helena. Five Minute Speakers Will Talk in Theatres Five minute speakers in all the (hea rers in Great Falls Monday and Tuesday nights will tell the audiences of the possibilities for saving loss of property and life by fire prevention methods. The speakers, who will talk between programs, will he Howard <?. Bonnet. \V. .1. Tighe. F. A. Ewald. H. 11. Eicke mover and B. P. McNntr. The talks will be short and offoi-t will be made to present in convincing man ner the dangers from i-onflagrations anr the seriousness of th" annual loss from preventable fires. State Fire Marshal Menstrum to Be Here Sta(e Fire Marshall Robert Minstrum of Helena will be in <ireal Falls Monday and take pictures of the Fire Prevention j day parade. Marshal Minstrum will also be one of those who will make talks in the public schools on fire pre vention. IlISllijlilIlllIllIiillllîliii i ! iB m j — —r™' -T- ■; — - ifü! JOHN E. DAWSON. Vice Pres. &. Mgr. GEO. H. SHANLEY, Vive Pers. SAM STEPHENSON, President ALFRED MALMBERG, Viee Pres. LEO P. McMEEL, Secy-Treas. m, 111 rt B t re, ÏMW: 0 wm aw m foPapBl LE -I Home Office Great Falls, Montana Cash Capital and Surplus - $500,000 Total Cash Assets of Over - $1,000,000 All Invested In Montana "Your home in flames" is a thought serious enough to make almost anyone shudder, yet yours may be the very next. Insurance cannot prevent fires, but it is continually help ing to rebuild homes and cities. 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More than 6000 employees in the oil fields of thia country will be benefited.