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O F CITY I S DEAD p. J. Pheeney Was G. N. Auditor Out of Great Falls 25 Years 1 \ Ago. P. J. Pheeney, Great Northern auditor traveling out. of Great Falls 25 years ago, died at St. Paul last week and was burried in that city Tuesday, according to word received by John Mayer of the local dispatcher's office. Mr. Pheeney was a member of the Great Northern Veteran's association, which is composed of employes having a record of 25 years continuous service. Mr. Mayer is a mem ber of the association and with all other members was notified of Mr. Pheeney's death and the date of the funeral. Mr. Pheeney was one of the well re membered Great Northern men who This Is Home Craft Week Store Open From 9:00 to 6:00 NEW DRAPERIES AND HOME FURNISHINGS AT NEW LOW PRICES dquq L .m. y\ 3 c —This is the slogan of this grand exhibition and sale of finest home drap eries in all Montana. The inducements are so attractive and the goods so wonderful that women will choose-"right now" their drapery needs for the winter. —Study over the dear old home, find out the unattractive corners and ill looking curtains, take note of what's needed, then visit this sale where new goods, new ideas and new low prices will make home replenishing a real joy. 36 Inch Cretonnes 48c For Values to 75c Beautiful designs that will trans form any dull room into a* spark ling livable place. Shadow Print Cretonnes, Yard 95c Former Values $1.25 This big group includes Ameri can and imported patterns of the most attractive prints. Marquisette, Voiles Scrims 35c Former 50c Values I You will be surprised at these ! pretty patterns in border effects, j also some plain materials. Curtain Swiss Yd. 35c Former 50c Values A charming drapery for the dainty bed room, when made up with ruf fled centers, ecru and white. How to Select a Curtain There are three viewpoints to watch when you select new curtains. First—Look at the curtains to see how the de sign will fit the decorative scheme of your room. Second—Look through the curtain to make sure it is so transparent as not to obstruct your view—unless, of course, the view is unpleasing. Third—Look at the curtain again, this time against a dark background, to see how its design will appear to your neighbors viewing your home from the outside. Oh, yes, one thing more. Look at the con struction of the curtain to see that it is not a mere woven material but a LACE having a tied (or knotted) mesh which won't slip and will hold its form and beauty until worn out. Our stock of curtain materials has been se lected with these four requisites in mind and in cludes everything for attractive window dressing, including a special showing of the famous Quaker Graft-Lace. Imported Madras and Kapock Silks in the Home Craft Sale 111 HIM $5.75 Scotch Imported Madras, wonderful color effects. CA CA Home Craft special .. . ■*** §4.50 Scotch Madras Silks. Home Craft special $3.05 Scotch Madras Silks. Home craft special .$3.50 Kapock Silks. Home Craft special.. —$2.95—50 inch fine cretonne. Special .... Ivapock $3.45 ml Kapock S2 .95 $2.65 $1 .95 —1.50 Plain I'oplins, shades of rose, blue, green and ß* "f 4 j£ brown. Special »j# I ■ S w —.$2.75 Figured Drapery Silks for kimonas, lamp shades, etc. Rich Oriental and Japanese fl* 4 AC designs. Special • «ww —All our $1.75 cretonnes and Tony ioths, all the new designs $£ 4 and coloring, special.. . . ■ »w*# —Cretonnes worth up to .$1.50, in cluding all our $1.45 and Ç «J | ^ $1.50 cretonnes. Special Sectional Crnft Lace —If your windows are varying width our sectional lace will solve your problem. They are designed in a series of sections each complete within itself and can be cut to fit any window. While the price sounds high by the yard, it only takes one yard for the average window. $8.50 sectional lace, very ,fine filet quality, beautiful patterns Home Craft special $6.25 $7.50 sectional lace, Home Craft special .. $6.50 sectional lace, Home Craft special $4.75 section lace, Home Craft special $3.75 sectional lace, Home Craft special . $2.50 sectional lace, Home Craft special . $5.50 $4.75 $3.75 $2.75 $1.75 1 ; rar 4 n FINE CRAFT LACE Dignifies the Home Fine lace has always been the most approved cover ing for the windows. It screens the view from the out side, yet allows a perfect view from the inside. Just brief mention of a few numbers, come in and see the many beautiful patterns. $2.75 fine filet and amorex lace nets, at special.$1.^5 $2.25 lace nets at, special . $1.50 lace nets at special - ... $1.25 lace nets at, special $1.00 lace nets at, special 60c lace nets at, special ......$1.50 $1.15 ,... « «.«« 9o<? -.75£ - .45£ 45c lace nets at, special 35<* MEN Once More the Smart Four-in-hand Ties for -Stripes -Dots -Dresden -Fancies $J.oo Open Ends —Flour ing Tubular —Straight $1.25 and $1.50 Values Bright snappy colorings, rich in autumn shades. An old time bargain. New Shipment of Silk Blouses $6.75 Tricolette, Jersey Georgette Satin and Crepe de Chine All the newer styles included in this big assortment — pép lums, tie backs and regular models. Both light and dark colors. Bungalow Dresses $3.45 Values to $5.95 Ginghams and chambrays in checks and plain colors, also nurses stripes. They are all niftly made with cotton pock ets and self belts. Ö o II 000 0 Grffe 0 n ■Asm CÀ5 Superior Garment Values In This Underselling Occasion Suits Coats Dresses Gowns —A carcfully selected line of garments repre senting exclusive modes from saveral high grade manufacturers at aston ishing reductions. —Women who pride themselves on good clothes are taking ad vantage of the sale and are saving a big amount besides. Sample models worth from $29.50 to $125 together with garments from our own stock COSTUME SUITS TAILORED SUITS -STREET SUITS -SPORTS SUITS -BUSINESS SUITS -NOVELTY SUITS -FUR TRIMMED AND JERSEY SUITS -WRAPPY COATS -DRESSY COATS -STREET COATS -MOTOR COATS -SPORTS COATS -LONG COATS -SHORT COATS AND COATEES -EVENING GOWNS -AFTERNOON GOWNS THEATER GOWNS -PARTY FROCKS -BUSINESS DRESSES -STREET DRESSES SPORTS DRESSES EXCLUSIVE MODELS V © 63 —Sizes for large women. —Sizes for average women. —Sizes for small women. —Sizes for young misses. 16 to 50 were in Great Falls a quarter of a cen tury or more ago. He served as traveling auditor with headquarters in this city in 1805 and 1890 and later was Great Falls agent for four years. In 1000 he was transferred to St. Paul, where he was made agent. His next promotion was the appointment to the position of station inspector for the road's eastern district. During the war period he was master of sailing dates in the same ter ritory. He was about 60 years of age. Edison learned telegraphy from a station master whose child's life he had saved. I Ad vertloem ont») notice maccabees Offices and guards will meet to drill at 2:30 in K of P Hall, Wednesday and Friday afternoon of this week. electric camp r. n. of a. Meeting tonight Doswald's Hall. (Advertisements) shrjners Special meeting of Great Falls Shrine Club, Thursday, Oct. 14, 1920, 8 p. m. PHIL JACOBY, Pres. co. d shrine patrol Meeting to follow special meeting. Business of importance. All members are urged to be present. A. C. LEBEBVRE, Adj. NOTICE PAINTERS L. U. 260. Special meeting Wednesday night, Oct. 13—Business of great importance. JAS. E. WINSBY, Fin. Sec. and Bus. Agt. card party Wednesday night, Lyceum Hall. Tic kets 25c, with lunch. Electric Camp, Royal Neighbors. (4dTertIwnni» big public auction WHERE at atkins PUBLIC AUCTION HOUSE 120 FOURTH ST. SO. GREAT FALLS, MONT. SALES 2:30 P. AI. WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY OCT. 13 AND 16 AUCTIONEER SALE MGR. COL. F. V. MILINER H. C. ATKINS odd fellows lodge Regular meeting this evening at 8 o'clock. Special work in initiatory de gree. J. R. SWAN, Sec'y. open T ng I jance ton I ght Wednesday, given by Black Eagle's new 7-piece orchestra. Hippodrome Dance Hall. Admission 75c. Good time guaranteed. ( Advertisements) eastern star notice All Eastern Stars are requested to meet at W. H. George's undertaking parlors, Wednesday rfternoon at 2 o'clock to attend the funeral of Sister Mary Emma Vivian. Laura N. Charteris, W. M. Family wanted to take ranch on shares. Furnished or not furnished. Frank Rush, Belt, Mont. nötice to car owners New patented spring oiler. Clamp on and fill with oil. No more squçeking or broken springs. For sale at 320 Second Avenue South. r. a. m. Regular Convocation, Great Falls Chapter No. 9, Oct. 14. evening. Special work. Lunch. F. D. Black. roundup and carbon coal Weideman. Fone 4619. (Advertisement*) k of p. dance Given at Sand Coulee Library Hall, Saturday, Oct. 16, Great Falls music. Admission $1. » crown jewelry co. Now located two doors west of old location. 221 Central Ave. auto painting ~ Get our prices. Fone 5723. 1121 Fifth Ave. No. R. Smith. chicken feed and supplies Barkemeyer's Seed Store, Phone 9467. F ors 9767. Garbage and ashes re moved on short notice.—Adv. notice AVork on Special Improvement Dis tricts No. 368-369-384-392 is com pleted. Present all claims in five days to Nilson Smith Contractors. ( Advert lsements) elk» deer bear,! ' Get yours this fall. Ralph Allan, li censed guide and packer will pack you into good game country. Largest and best pack and saddle outfit on Sun River. Make your reservation now. Write for information. Address Allan Ranch,, Gilman, Mont. rent a ford Hunting is good. Drive it yourself. Auto Co., at Pierre's Garage. Fone 9814. cascade barber shop Open under new management. C. A. Garrison. social and ballet dancing Adult:' and children's classes. Wallace School of Dancing, Odeon phone 4347. rug cleaning Armenian process at Jack Wryn Rug Cleaning Co., 712 Thirteenth street south. Phone 4215.