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Reflecting the last word in
Style and comfort.
Smart without freakishness.
Warmth without heaviness.
Handsome Tans, Olives, Greys,
Tasmanian Oppossum and
Wombat Fur Collared,—Lamb
Lined and Leather Lined.
A Coat with 100 per cent appeal
to the men and young men of
$46, $55, $65 and
up to $85
Come in and see them Monday.
The shop for Father and Son
314 Central Avenue
Takes Tax Position
position as tax agent for the Montana
Power company and A. C. M. company.
Uis visit to Red Lodge was on business
for the power company.
T , . T , c . . oi ,, r, - !
Red Lodge, Oct. 31. \\. . Rae, tor- ?
merly of Red Lodge and ex-state treas- j
urer, has been in Red Lodge for sev-;
'V 'V 1 * 1 , recently lett ;
the Daly bank in Rütte and accepted a ;
DEATH OF TWIN DAUGHTERS
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Conrad, Oct. 31.—The infant twin
daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Reedy
of this place were buried at the Hillside
cemetery Saturday afternoon.
Armenian women wea:
as a sign of mourning.
500 CENTRAL AVENUE
Medium and heavy weight, stand
ard size, 72x80. A large assortment
made up of heavy weight silkoline
and sateen, and clean, new combed
$3.98, $4.98, $5.90,
Medium and heavy weight cotton
and wool mixtures in plaids, checks,
and plain colors.
$4.98, $5.90, $6.50,
can buy for less at
Penney Co. store.
a J. C.
Fred C. Andretta
For Re-Election to the Office of
Now Serving' His First Term
Nearly 35 Years a Resident of Montana
Over 23 Years a Resident of Cascade
Real Estate Taxpayer
(.Paid for by Fred C. Andretta)
From Smallest Precinct to
Farthest Corner of Country
From the smallest and most remote
precinct in Cascade county to the far
thest corner of the country, the Asso
i ciated Press, the greatest news gather
j ing organization in the world, and the
Western Union Telegraph company, the
greatest news transmitting organiza
tion, will co-operate Tuesday to collect
returns on the election of national, state
and county offices.
The Tribune, as a member of the As
| soeiated Press, will receive from it the
returns from the rest of the state and
I the nation. In return, it is under obli
! gation to furnish the count from Cas
cade's 74 precincts as fast as it is re
For Returns From Every Precinct.
Request lias been sent to a member of
earn precinct election board in the
county that he co-operate by doing all
tbat he can do to get the figures from
his precinct to The Tribune as soon as
the count is available.
The returns from the precincts out
side Great Falls will come in by tele
phone in ali cases in which telephones
will be available through the night. From
«the more remote precincts special deliv
ery mail will be used.
Will Work NiQht and Day.
In the office of The Tribune the
members of the editorial staff, augmen
ted by a number of expert helpers, will !
work in turn, so that some one will be j
in the office to answer incoming tele- j
phone calls at any time of night or day j
until the last of the 74 precincts is j
Special extensions of telephones will j
be put into the editorial rooms of The j
Tribune so that precinct election offic- j
ials reporting returns will be able to j
procure connections without delay. |
Every hour throughout Tuesday evening j
and through the night the total of all j
votes, so far as counted at that hour, j
will be filed by The Tribune in a nies- j
sage to Helena.
Helena Center for State.
Collection of returns from each of the;
54 counties in Montana will be made in 1
Helena under the charge of the editor of
the Spokane bureau of the Associated
Press, who will spend a week in the
Montana capital in preparation for and
cal lection of the state returns.
Over the Associated Press leased
wires from Helena will come to The
Tribune, as they will go to every other
Associated Press newspaper in the stare.
tho latest and most accurate figures on
' Nation s Figures Collected.
j n(;o ca ,.), Associated Press bureau, in
Rpokal , P> in San Francisco, in Chicago.
in St. Paul, and half a dozen other
points, will go the figures from each
state capital, until finally collected in
the New York headquarters of the As
soeiated 1'ress, figures can be compiled j
which will make known to the people of I
the whole country the name of the next ;
Know Result in Few Hours.
Unless the race is close, as it was
four years ago. the winning presidential
nominee will be known within a few
hours after the polls close. The two
hours' difference in time between Great
Falls and the Atlantic states will mean
that the first figures will come to The
Tribune over the Associated Press wires
about 5 o'clock Tuesday evening. Not
until the middle of the evening will fig
ures indicative of the way eastern states
went be available. After that, hour by
hour, state after state will be added to
the Republican or Democratic column
until one side seems assured of a ma
jority in the electoral college.
THIMBLE CLUB ENTERTAINED
AT HOME OF MRS. MARSHALL
Mrs. Thomas Marshall and Mrs. Cora
Tabinsinske entertained the Thimble
club of Silver Leaf circle No. 35 at the
home of the former, 1121 Seventh ave
nue north. Thursday afternoon. Cards
were played and refreshments served.
Mrs. Eggert was awarded first prize.
Mrs. Richard Bohrer the cut prize and
Airs. Riedrich the consolation prize.
SOON TO RESUME WORK
AT ARROW CREEK WELL.
Square Rütte, Oct. 31.—Work has not
as yet been resumed at the Arrow Creek
well but it is expected that tbe drill will
be pounding away again shortly after
the first of November.
Let the Wedding Bells Ring Out.
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WIFE OFF THAT 1 CrOT
^ AN INCREASE
NOW BILL \S
NO better OFF
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WHEN/ HAVE X
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IS ALL HE
HAS TO SPEND
SHE LETS HIM
OFF THE REST
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Announcing a Night Off.
FOR FRIDAY NIGHTl
Entertain Founder of Order
annual ceremonial of .Men
No. 3. will be held in Great
, November 5. D. C. ller
ron ot Portland, Ore., founder of 'he
Ancient Tribe of Sheik;
Menkara Mosque Members Will
• . . j
und at present <
supreme scribe, ""ill arrive Friday morn- t
ing to attend this service. < »fficers of j
the supreme lodge who are also officers j
or members of the Sheiks will attend j
Delegations consisting of from three j
to 10 members from Butte. Havre, Cut
Rank, Sweet 'irass. Moccasin and Lew
istown in addition to Walter Fearn.
state manager of Idaho and several nov
ices from that state will take the work |
conferred here next Friday night. j
The cere-n uiial will begin with a ban j
luet in the I'alm room of Hotel Rain- ;
nde ana i
° ! , \ s i
bow at '> o'clock Friday evening. At j
8 o'clock the Sheiks attending the ban- j
quet will form in para ' — 1 1
from Hotel Rainbow t
hall., where the ceremonial will takei;\j
place After »be ceremonial exercise* ;
the election of officers for the ensu- j
wig year will be he d and those who j
have weakened by the wayside will he
eyrcd for with camel s milk and resusei
tated at the desert feast" which will be
served in the banquet hall at 1 o'clock
MOUNT OLIVET CHAPTER
WILL MEET THIS EVENING
There will be a meeting of Mount Oliv
et chapter of the White Shrine of Jeru
salem, Order of Eastern Star. this
(Monday) evening at the Masonic
temple. Plans for the coming cere
monial will be discussed.
BY COURT OF HONOR
Receive Members and Families
The "family jubilee" celebration held
ea<-h year by the Great Falls district
court of the Court of Honor will take
place next Thursday evening. November
S o'clock in
Great Falls District Court Will
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jubiiee celebration held
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4, at S o clock in Carpenter's ball. At
this festival the court will entertain the
members of the court, their families!
A short business session will be held
at 7 o'clock and at that time a class of
15 candidates will be initiated into the
court. The following committee will he!
>ri charge of the social programs for the
lodge for the ensuing vear: Albert Day.
\orman Shillitfe, Alfred Miller, Miss;
Anna Stoker. Miss Marie Dwver. Miss!
Blanche Lebet and Mis« Louise Stoker.
Will Give Program.
\ program with the following num
ivufus; vocal duert» tii« v Miss«
recitation. La Verne Regan;
bçrs will be giv
p anS y Garrisot;
rs ] udlow- vocal
vi „j in Kn lo. .(imes'.McG
Kthd an(1 Marguerite
A|bprt I)wvor; drutn
piano solo. Mildred
r ern; vocal due).
solo, Géorgie Me
Govern; and interpretative dance, Polly
Within n few weeks a membership
drive for 100 members will be begun b\
F. W. Farmer, state manager in Great j
Mrs. Clara Eggert Is
Made Officer of Club
Mrs. Clara Eggert was
ian neighbor of the Siiv<
No. 35 at the regular me.
Wednesday night. Mrs. Be
; held last
retires as past guardian neighbor.
The other o/fieers elected were: Mrs J
Margaret Earll. advisor: Mrs. Sophia i
Mayer, clerk: Mrs. Beatrice Morrison. !
banker: Mrs. Mary Sclmader. magician; j
Mrs. Kathryn Laditer, attendant: Mr
Lucinda Phillips, captain of the guards:
Mrs. Emelie Martin, inner sentinel; Mrs.
Helen Marshall, outer sentinel: Mrs, Kva
Uarby. musician; Mrs. Mabel Seltzer,
Mrs. Augusta Kcidrich and Mrs. l.illie
Kommers; managers; Mrs. Cora Tanins
inske, flag bearer and correspondent. A
card party was held following the elec
I ion of officers. There was a large at
tendance at the meeting.
for Moose Members
on Armistice Night
A "smoker" for the <>0 new cai di
dates to be initiated into the Loyal
'Order of Moose Thursday evening,
November 11. will be fiven at the Moose
club rooms m the Kingsbury block mi
mediately after the initiation ceremonv.
Definite plans will be made at the meet
ing of the lodge November 7.
II. M. I'yles of Akron. Ohio, was pres
i nt at the last meeting of tbe Moose and
gave a short talk telling of the progress
of the Moose in the United States and
especially in the western states.
Bert Christie as organizer for the
Great Falls order plains to swell the
ranks of the Moose in this city several
hundred members before .lune, 1 !1.
Are prepared to care for all tooth and gum ailments in the most modern
way known to dental science at moderate fees
The Most Modern Offices iu the West
DR. E. E. EDMONSON, DENTIST
Over Lapeyrc's Drug Store Entrance on Third Street South
NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT
Will N. Narvis Visits
on Trip Through
and Canadian Provinces.
Will M. Narvis of Muscatine. Iowa,
! supreme master of the Ancient Order of
r 'nited Workmen, arrived m Great Falls
Sunday night and will address the lodge
j and visiting friends Thursday evening,
j November 4. at the celebration of the
: fifty-second anniversary of the founding
; of the A. O. F. W. This special meet
j nK , v j|[ tak«- place at the Odd Fellows'
jhall, beginning promptly at 8 o'clock,
i A large number of candidates secured
! during October in commemoration of
i thie; *„ af pvpnf , v :il be initiated Dr
j . ' . lenHn will he in
initiation and will be assisted
other officers of the lodge.
Will Give Banquet
ïmmediaely after the initiatory and
speaking program the entertainment
committee will serve a banquet in the
banquet room for members and friends,
Visiting members of the order from oth
er cities in the .«täte and from the Sheik
delegations which will be in the city for
the Slieik ceremonial next Friday even
ing will be present at the initiatory
Thursday night. It is expected that E.
.1. Moore of Fargo, N. D., supreme re
• corder and who is also grand recorder!
j ând George M. Laird,
! Sheiks, will leave this
f this jurisdiction will be present and
speak on the good of the order.
Speaker of Reputation
Mr. Narivs is a fraternal speaker of
national reputation and has been su
preme master for many veers. He is
in Great Falls while making his annual
visit to every state in the Vnion and
the provinces of Canada. He, in com
pany with E. T. I,isle, state manager,
scribe of the
ing for Moccasin to attend the celebra
tion meeting to be held there this even
ling A number of candidates will be
On Wednesday. November ,'i, these of
ficials will attend the big me «tin g at
Siuints, which has been arranged for
all the lodges in tbat vicinity, including
Gilman, Fort Shaw and Fairfield.
College Women Will
; will II
Association of Collegiate Alumni
t this (Monday* evening at the
home of Mrs. F. I. Gravbill. 1815 Third
avenue north for its regular monthly
It is expected that about 75 members!'
of the organization will be present at
the affair. Following a short business
session a program will be ^iven a;"'er
which refreshments will be served.
A special invitation has been extend
ed by the organization to all the woni"n
in tiie city holding bachelors' degrees
at any accredited colii ge.
Mrs. Ross Will Aid
Rebekahs at Valier
The drill team of the Myrtle Rebekah ;
lodge No. met Thursday and Satur
day evenings last week for practice in I
the Odd Fellows' hall. Miss Lizzie !
Wright is the degree captain.
Owing to the impossibility of organiz
ing a complete degree staff from the j
lodge which would be able to put on the
floor work, the drill team will not go
to Valier next Friday night as was for
merly announced, to assist with the in- i
itialion work there. Instead, only the |
grand president. Mrs. Tina Ross will go
to assist the Yalier lodge with the init
FIB I STATE TITLE
Billings and Anaconda, Both
Undefeated, Are Not Sched
uled for a Meeting.
Two of the four possibilities for a
Montana state high school football
championship were eliminated in Satur
day's games. Great Falls' decisive de
feat by Rillings put it out of the run
ning, and Missoula lost to Deer Lodge
21 to "6. Anaconda showed its class by
its defeat of Rütte Central, 18 to 12.
Great Falls' season will end next Sat
urday with its game at Rütte against
Butte high school, and a week or so
later Billings will play Butte.
For the satisfaction of those fans who
want a state championship decided it is
to be regretted that Billings and Ana
conda are not scheduled to meet. The
Billings schedule contained the two
names of Butte and Glendive for the
rest of its season.
On comparative scores against Boze
man. which Billings defeated 77 to 0.
and Butte beat, 39 to 7. Billings should
have no trouble with Butte. On compar
ative scores against Helena, which
Great Falls beat l'K) to O. and Butte
defeated 39 to 0, Great Falls should
win its Butte game next Saturday.
Harry B. Mitchell
Talks to Democrats
at Fairfield Rally
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Fairfield. Oct. 31.—The largest and
most enthusiastic political meeting held
in Fairfield this year was that held by
the Democrats Saturday evening in the
school house. Harry B. Mitchell of
Great Falls was the principal speaker,
but a number of the local candidates
were also heard.
Prefacing his remarks by the state
ment that lie was not a member of the
Nonpartisan league and was opposed to
socialism because he believed that estab
lished socialism would kill the spirit in
'man that has made for material progress
through the ages, Mr. Mitchell contend
ed that the program presented to the
[voters of the state by the Democratic
party and the Nonpartisan league wast
not in any sense revolutionary, but that
every one of the proposed measures had
been successfully in operation some
where in the world; most of them in the
Canadian provinces to the north of us.
and all of them and others besides in
New Zealand and Australia.
Another Oil Gusher
Is Tapped in Mosby
Field by Elk Basin
I.ewisfnwn. Oct. 31.—The Elk Basin j
company's subsidiary, the Frantz. Sun
day brought in a well with an initial flow i
of"2.000 barrels, this being the second
largest gusher secured in the Mosby
field, making five large producers in that ;
DEMOCRATS PREDICT VICTORY
THROUGH SOUTHERN STATES
Atlanta. Ga„ Oct. 31.—The 1020
presidential campaign virtually came to
a dose late tonight through the south
with the usual "majorities" for the
Democratic candidates generally pre
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you don't need a fresh
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tell you that.
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W-B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
î>î.yVeyman-9ruî0i Company, 1107 Broadway. !>few York C>t>
It is gratifying to note the
increased deposits of the First
National Bank of Great Falls,
and we desire to thank the
people for their liberal patron
An account; with us assures
security and efficient service.
G reat F alls^ M ont
ESTABLISH E'D - I 886
Hallowe'en in all its glory
Was observed by those last nig'it
Who, in cutting up the clothes lines,
And such things, take a delight.
Many heart, perhaps, are sadder;
Many swear words caused to flow,
Just because the boys were doing
Just what they did years ago.
Many tricks by many tricksters;
Many windows smeared with soap;
Many gates today are missing;
Charged to boys, our country's hopes.
Now don't let yourself grow angry;
Don't sit up and growl and blow
That things were different in your
i'our dad did that years ago.
Ohio State Is Tied
With Illinois Team
for Big Ten Contest
Chicago. Oct. 31.—The half way mark
in the western conference foot-ball sen
son finds Illinois and Ohio State tied
for first place, but neither team show
ing sufficient consistent strength in Sat
urday's victories to give it a tight hold
on the top rung of the championship
ladder, although both at times displayed
latent power that may develop highest
Next Saturday's games are expected
to leave Ohio State or Illinois—or both
—virtually a clear field to fight it out
for first honors, or to so complicata
the race that there will be choice be
tween several teams.
Illinois plays Chicago here and Ohio
State meets Michigan at Columbus.
Victory for the two leaders would leavo
Wisconsin as the only real obstacle in
their path, but a defeat for each ami
victory for Wisconsin over Minnesota
would find Illinois, Ohio State. Wis
consin. Michigan and Chicago fighting
for top row in the standing with each
1 aving a chance at first place.
FOOTBALL PLAYER DIES
FROM INJURIES RECEIVED.
Pharr. Tex.. Oct. 31.—Nelson De
mange, 10. left half back of the Pharr
San Juan high school football team, died
Sunday..afternoon following an operation
necessitated by injuries received in a
football game Friday afternoon.
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