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SPRAY OF THE FILLS
Pianos for rent. Orton Bros.— Adr. ®. 'E. Horner came in from Power Monday on business.*.^ 8. A. Remington of Belt, was a busi ness visitor in the city Monday. J. P. Connor has gone to Minneapolis on a several days' business trip. R. A. Bicker was a business visitor to the city Monday from Windham. Edward C. Rose came in from Pendroy Monday for a brief business visit. Miss Bertha Newkirk was shopping in Great Falls Monday from Geraldine. Mrs. L. E. Barrick came in from Hob son Monday on a short business visit. W. J. Beecher of Gilman was in Great Falls Manday for a brief business visit. Hats specially priced at $7.50 today at the Vogue, 325 Central avenue.—Adv. Mrs. TV. H. St. Denis left Monday afternoon for a brief visit at Gilman. John J. «Kupsick rehmied to Monarch Monday after a few days' business visit here. R. E. Haesard motored in from his ranch at Ulm Monday on a short business trip. Louis Boxleitner from Fort Shaw was among the business visitors in Great Palls Monday. 9J5J5ISFSJ5F5EISIBIBJB13IBJEr5I5FSI5J5I5J5®5J5/BISJBE!B13I5F5IEM5ISIBlBJ5JSIBlS 65 THIS SEASON'S NEWEST DRESSES Every dress in this group at TWENTY FIVE DOLLARS is a striking value, making this without doubt the supreme dress bargain event pf the season and an unparalleled opportunity (or you to make a supremely large saving. Noticed among others are Beautiful Dresses fashioned from the richest of fine Charmeuse, Mignionette and Wool Tricot ine, in colors of brown, blue and black, neatly and becomingly trimmed with braids and embroidery, cords at the waist and a few are beaded. The styles are the very latest, most prominent among which are straight line effects, which are so popular this season. WE CAN'T EMPHASIZE TOO STRONGLY THAT YOU SEE THESE DRESSES, AS THE STYLES, MATER IALS AND PRICE SURELY ARE TEMPTING. PRICED VERY ATTRACTIVELY -Ready-to-Wear Department, Second Floor. f§ Boys' Heavy Weight Mackinaws $11.95 In greens, greys, browns and tans. All good full size garments. In sizes 6 to 18 years. At this price they are specially attractive. ■—Boys' Department, Main Floor. Two Specials of Interest From the Second Floor Underwear Department $2.59 Pink Chemise Very special Hemstitched and ribbon trimmed. Regular value $3.50. Dainty White Muslin Gowns. Very special Lace and ribbon trimmed. Former value $2.95. $2.19 Children's Rompers Special 95c Plain blues, pink and blue striped. Made* of standard quality gingham. Sizes 6 months, 1 and 2 years. — Children's Depart mont, Second Floor. Strain Brothers The Biß Store THE GREATEST RUG SALE Of The Year We place our entire large rug stock on sale at prices you cannot af ford to pass up. Our regular rug prices are all under present quota tions; this fact, along with an added special reduction, will mean an extra large saving. Our Entire New Stock of French Wilton and Hardwick Wilton Rugs Are Subject to a 15 Per Cent Dis count during this Sale. 0x12 French Wiltons; rng. $103.00. Sale price Ç165.75 0x12 Hardwick Wiltons; reg. $105.00. Sale price 9140.25 0x12 Hundhnr Wiltons; rrg. $145.00.»Sale price $123.23 0x12 Oakdale Wiltons; reg. $124.00. Sale price $105.40 Wilton Velvet Rugs 0x12 siae; regular $84.00. Special ' .$02. SO Axminster Rugs 0x12 size; regular $78.00. Special . 9x12 si*e; regular $0-1.00. Special . 0x12 size; regular $110.00. Special $58.50 . $69.OO $79.00 Fringed Wilton Velvet Rugs 8-8x10-6 size; regular $110.00. Special $79.00 0x12 size; regular $117.50. Special $87.50 Hardwick Wilton Rugs 9x12 size; regular $165.00. Special $110.00 Four only at this special price. These are discontinued patterns. 8-3x10-6 size; regular $148.00, Special $107.50 Three only at this special price. Discontinued patterns. 6x9 aiao; regular $08.00, Special ...,.,.,..,,.$62.50 4-6x7-8 size; regular $58.00. Special $37.50 Bundhar Wilton Rugs 9x12 size. Regular $145.00. Special ... .$104,50 Seven only at this special price. Discontinued pat terns. , 8-3x10-6 size. Regular $136.00. Special . .$96.50 Three on'y at this special price. Discontinued pat terns. * 6x9 size. Regular $89.00. Special $63. *5 Six only at this price. 4-6x7-6 size. Regular $46.00. Special .. .$34.50 ® Extra Quality Axminster Rugs 9x12 s'ize. Regular $74.00. Special ...$52.50 9x12 size. Regular $65.00. Special $47.50 Seamless Velvet Rugs A large assortment of patterns and colorings. Sell regularly at $74.00 and $76.00. Special . .$54.00 A saving of 15 Per Cent on our entire stock of Small Rugs. Including Axminsters, Wiltons, Velvets and Braided Rugs. Sizes 22y 2 x36, 27x54, 36x63, 36x72. All at 15'^, otf the regular prices during this special rug event. Grass Rugs 9x12 size. Special $*.<5 8x10 size. Special $6.25 Klearflax Linen Rugs 15 Per Cent Discount During This Big Rug Sale. é Extra Special— Çrex DeLuxe Grass Rugs Size 4-6x7-6. RegutÉ* $12:60. Special ... .$7.45 Size 4-6x7-6. Regular $9.00. Special $6.55 Department, Second Floor. '1 ■ ' } H5KK3 ~''5. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS AND FALLCOATS Wonderful values at $50 and $60, at $37.50 they're out of ordinary, We Wté fortunate in be ing able to offer these fine fall suits and coats at such a remarkable low fippe, ]^u& it is not our loss, as we purchased the entire shipment at a large concession in price from a well known Elastern Man ufacturer, If you have been waiting for a sale of Men's Clothing at a Special ftfeie, your time has u " come. Ä visit to our Men's Department will convince you. There are Browns, Light Grays, Dark Grays, Greenland many othe: for men and young men. You're sure to find just the suit or coat you $37.50. Colors, materials and styles in a good assortment. Sizes are co: - * the latest styles large group at «—Wen's Department^ Mr. and Mrs, TV. H. Lowe returned Monday from a business trip over the state. Thomas F. Arnett came in from Ger aldine Monday for a brief business visit here. "" Mrs. A. R. Sharpe was in Great Falls Monday from Eden looking aftér business affairs. - Dr. Barth, specializing in Pyorrhea and extracting. Thisted Blk., Phone 4622.—Adv. F. TV. Seaton came in from Cascade Monday for a brief business visit in Great Falls. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Liese came In from Choteau Monday for a few day's visit in Great Falls. A special sale of Millinery reduced to $10 today at The Vogue, 325 Central avenue.—Adv. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Omer left Monday for Neihart after spending Sun day in Great Falls. P. J. Green was a business visitor here Monday and returned to Geyser on the afternoon train. Mrs. Allen B. Gray came in from High wood Monday to spend a few days in the city on business. G. C. Bowers awf daughter. Miss Hazel, returned Monday afternoon from Helena and Butte. John Iluntsberger of Sand Coulee, was among the out-of-town business visitors in Great Falls Monday. Mrs. V. F. Blankenbaker spent Monday in the city from Virgelle, shopping and looking after business affairs. Mr. and Mrs.>6. H. Jagerson and Le land E. Phillips were business visitors in Great Falls Monday from Highwood. Frank E. McDonnell, Agt. Equitable Life N. Y. Real Estate—Insurance, 311 First National Bank. Phone 9591.—Adv T. B. TVellenstein has returned to Choteau after spending a few days in Great Falls looking after business mat ters. Mrs. H. Kline left Monday afternoon to return to her home at Plummerton. after a brief shopping visit in Great Falls. Mr. and Mrs. TV. F. Henderson ar rived in Great Falls Saturday from Augusta and plan to make their home here for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Newlon arriv ed Monday afternoon from Highwood to hear Senator Dixon speak at the Grand theater Monday evening. Mrs. A. M. Cameron of Simms. ac companied by her guest, Mrs. TV. A. Sprague, of Orcutt, Cal., spent Monday in Great Falls on business. Mrs. F. H. Thompson has returned from St. Paul and Muineaaolis where she has been visiting for several weeks. Be fore going to St. Paul Mrs. Thompson visited at Seattle amd other points on the Pacific coast. She has been away from the city since July. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. McNair left Mon day afternoon to retnrù to Helena after spending a few days in the city in con nection with their st ®re here. Lester Evans arrived Monday after noon from Montrose,, Cal., to join his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Evans, and make his home here. Lester has been attending school in Colorado. COAL MINERS WANTED—The G. W. Me rkle Coal Company wants 50 ex perienced coal miners at once at Belt. Mont. Regular union scale of wages, and steady employment to experienced and satisfactory men.—Adv. VARNEY BRINGS HIS RACING . STABLE BACK TO MALTA Malta. Oct., 18.— H. B. Varney has returned to the city after spending sev eral months with his horses at the var ious race meets both in Canada and in Montana. While racing in this state he gathered in the long end of several large purses. He disposed of one of his horses in the southern part of the state at a handsome figure. WOLF POINT MAN GIVEN CONTRACT AT FAIRVIEW Fairview Oct. 18.—At a meeting of the board of education, J. T. Miller of Wolf Point was awarded the contract for the completion of the new high school building on his bid of $20,147.50. Work on' the building will be begun as soon as material and a crew cau be se cured. G. N. Claim Agent Gets Promotion to Havre Walter T. Barnacle, who has been traveling claim agent for the Great Nor thern, on the Butte division fer the past four years in Great Falls, running out of division office of P. B. Foley division claim agent has been promoted to claim agent in charge of the Montana divi sion headquarters at Havre. MOVING TO SOUTH DAKOTA Malta, Oct., 18.—TV. A. Hedman and family have departed for South Dakota where they will make their home for the next few years. Mr. Hedman said, how ever, that they expected to return to Montana. The income of British wage earners has doubled in four years. Piano and Voice Studio Miss Eva Mills Exponent of Lescfietizky technique. F. H. Haywood method used in voice culture. Classes in theory, harmony and history of music. Begin at once. Phone 9579. 517 Second Ave. North. GIRL OF HAVRE WEDS MAN FROM CUT BANK William P. Olson of Cut Bank, and Miss Martha Gaines of Havre were married Monday afternoon in the First Methodist parsonage. They will make their home in Cut Bank where the groom is employed by the Great Northern. When in the City, Eat at the Gerald Cafe A First-Class Restaurant With First Class M sals. Private Boxes for Ladies WILLIAM GRILLS, Proprietor. 217 Central Ave., Great Falls, Mont. Edmonson's Dental Specialists Are prepared to care for all tooth and gum ailments in the most modéra way known to dental science at modérât# fee» X-RAY EQUIPMENT The Most Modern Offices in the West DR. E. E. EDMONSON, DENTIST Over Lapeyre's Drug Store Entrance on Third Street South REMOVING FROM MALTA Malta, Oct., 18.—Sirs. M. A. Jensen has departed for a visit of several days with relatives in Minnesota before going to her future home at Langdon, North Dakota. Holland has a cow to every inhabitant.