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w= f Suffered Since I His Childhood "Indigestion Made Life Miserable—Gains Ten Pounds and Eats £ Anything Now. "I haven't felt so well in years as I #o since I began taking Tanlac, and al though I have taken only four bottles I have gained ten pounds," said James Macey. 3C>17 East Howe street, Taco tna. Wash. "I hud suffered from stomach trou ble ever since I was a boy, and during "the last few years my condition had gradually grown worse. My appetite was very poor and I could not eat a thing without suffering afterward. M.y food would sour and ferment right af ter eating, gas would form and bloat me up until I could hardly get my breath and I would also have such awful pains I could hardly stand them. My head ached just about all the time and I of ten had such terrible dizzy spells I would have to grab hold of something to keep from falling. I suffered a great deal from colds, and was subject to severe coughing spells that were especially bad nights and mornings. "I also had rheumatism in my hands and hips so bad I could hardly get around and do nny work. My nerves were so badly upset I could get but lit tle sleep and in the mornings it was all I could do to get out of bed. I lost much weight and became so badly run down and weak, felt so tired and worn out all the time 1 just had to force my self to do my work. "I heard so much about Tanlac that 1 got some and it went right after my case. For the first time in years I have a splendid appetite, can eat anything I want and never have a particle of troubie. I never have a headache or be come dizzy, the rheumatism has left me entirely and I can get around and do my work as good as I ever could. "My nerves are in good condition. I sleep well and always feel refreshed on getting up. The coughing spells have stopped and I just feel good all the time." Tanlac is sold in Great Falls by Mo del Itx Pharmacy, 312 Central avenue, and Cascade Ex Pharmacy, 110 Third street south.—Adv. BISSE WRECKAGE IS Sea too Rough to Send Boats Ashore, States Wireless Message. Astoria, Ore., Nov. 29.—The steamer Santa Rita and the coast guard cutter Snohomish discovered wreckage of the barge W. J. Pirrie on the beach near Cape Johnsön, according to a wireless caught at Northhead Monday morning. The sea. however, was too rough to send boats ashore. The barge W. .T. Pirrie, was cut loose by the steamer Santa Kita off the Washington coast in a 80 mile gale Friday afternoon. The barge had on board Captain Alfred .Tensen, his wife and baby and crew, Î23 or 24 j>ersons all told. The barge was loaded with lumber at Tacoma for the west coast of South America. Most of the barge's crew were Chileans. Pythagoras was the first of the an cient Greeks to recognize ethics as a social force. Resinol Keeps the little folks Comfortable and Happy' Don't neglect the little one 's chafed skin or the patches of rash or eczema, for children are bound to scratch, and these minor troubles may result in stubborn sores. Res inol Ointment is widely recom mended by doctors and nurses because it soothes and heals, and cannot harm the tender skin. Resinol Soap is ideal for the bath. All druggists sell Resinol Soapand Ointment. "They WORK while you sleep" Do you feel bilious, constipated, head achy, upset, full of coldV? Take one or two Cascarets tonight for your liver and bowels. Wake up with head clear, stomach right, breath sweet and feel ing fine. No griping, no inconvenience. Children lCve Cascarets, too. 10, 25, 50 cento. STRATEGICAL COMBAT MANEUVERS IN DEFENSE OF CALIFORNIA COAST BEGUN BY TWO WARSHIP DIVISIONS San Francisco, Nov. 29.—Headed by the battleship New Mexico, flagship of the I'acific fleet, and the New York, flagship of the battleship force, two di visions of the fleet weighed anchor at 9 a.m. here Monday and steamed to sea to go through all of the movements of meeting a foe bent on attacking the California mainland. Previous to its arrival at the maneuver field, the loca tion of which is unknown to all but those in command, the battelship force will be met by 18 destroyers which steamed from San Diego Sunday. It is not to be a "sham battle," according to Rear Ad miral N. C. Twining, chief of staff çf the fleet, but a working out of the same strategical and tactical approaches, sig nals and communications, gunnery, sub T Fear Scheme Will Interfere With Federal Legislation Is Ex pressed. Washington, Nov. 29.—Opposition to any plan for divorcing the five big meat packers from their stockyards proper ties by court decree as tending to inter fere with enactment of controlling leg islation, was expressed in a joint state ment issued here Monday by Charles A. Lyman, secretary of the National Hoard of Farm organizations; Florence Kelley, secretary of the National Consumers' league, and Mrs. Maud Wood Park, pres ident of the National League of Women Voters. The statement also signed by repre sentatives of the Farmers' National council and the Brotherhood of - Loco motive I-Üngineers, declared the modifi ed plan for divorcement of their stock yard interests submitted to the District of Columbia supreme court by the Ar mour and Swift companies Wednesday if carried out, only "complicate the sit uation" and make more difficult the enactment of controlling legislation. Control of the meat packing industry must be "exercised as a whole" the statement said. Famous Specialist Dies From X-ray Infection After 24 Operations Paris, Nov. 29.—Dr. Charles Infroit, famous x-ray specialist, is dead, accord ing to announcement. One of Dr. Infroit's hands became in fected in 1898 as a result of his constant use of the x-ray and an operation was performed. Since that time he has un dergone 24 operations, 22 of which were performed in the last 10 years. The last was on August 1 when his right arm and left wrist were amputated. His announcement in 1914 in the Acad emy of Medicine of Paris that he had extracted a shrapnel bullet from the heart of a soldier was read with inter est throughout the world. .Japan's best known newspaper, Jiji Shimpo, is only 38 years old. This Pretty Girl Defies Age By Using Ordinary Buttermilk To Beautify Her Complexion Tells Druggists Not To Take Anyone's Monçy Unless This Delightful New Vanishing Cream Quickly Shows a Decided Improvement. Try It Today at Our Expense. Buttermilk cream creates beauty al most like magic. The most wonderful thing about it. is the fact that whilst it turns the dullest, most lifeless complex ion to radiant beauty and makes red or rough hands or arms snowy white, yet there is not the slightest sign of its use after application. It actually vanishes from sight and the most heated atmo sphere will not produce the slightest shininess or greastness of the skin. No matter whether you are troubled with a poor complexion, wrinkles, puffi ness around the eyes, freckles, crows feet or lines around the mouth, ugly finger nails, or just a simple roughness of the - face, hands or arms caused by wind or sun, you will find that any or all of these trouble wli! quickly disap pear with the use of Howard's Butter milk Cream. To prove this to your complete satis faction, get a small quantity today with the understanding that the purchase money will be cheerfully refunded to any dissatisfied user. Model R5c Phar macy can supply you. YOUR CHART AND COMPASS An account with this bank is your best chart and compass to a successful career. Why deiay having so useful an in strument ? 4% Interest Paid on Savings Accounts The First National B^nk Great Ealls/Mont. E S T A B L I S H E'D - I 8 8 6 mnringr protective screens and every artifice of naval war will be utilized. Night destroyer hunts. for dodging submarines and reports on the location and evolutions of the tactical enemy also will feature the maneuvers. The maneuvers will last until Wednes day night and are expected to cover a vast area. The squadron and destroyer divisions will then separate some of the major vessels going to Bremerton with the'New York as the flagship and the remainder returning to the bases at Sar Diego and San Pedro. The maneuvers are preliminary to thr rendezvous with the Atlantic fleet at Panama bay January 18 to 23. In February both fleets will conduct joint maneuvers off the coast of South America. Uruguay Election Shows Government Party Is Winner Montevedio. Uruguay, Nov. 29.—Elec tion returns indicate the government par ty lias scored a triumph throughout the country, obtaining two posts on the na tional administrative council on which the nationalists will have but one. The government party has won four seats in the senate, while the national ists have been successful in carrying the house. . , The dav passed quietly in this city, al though Monday night street car traffic was stopped. Chicago-Twin Cities Aerial Mail Service Inaugurated by U. S. Chicago, Nov. 29.—Daily aerial mail service between Chicago and St. Paul and Minneapolis, started at 8 o'clock Monday morning when a plane piloted by William Carroll left here with 500 pounds of mail. "Your Medicine Is O. K." Mrs. Cbas. Rule, New Diggins, Wis., writes: "Your medicine is O. K. I think Foley's Honey and Tar is the best for coughs. I think your medicine is all you say it is. I know I would never be without it. Yoy may use my name." Foley's Honey and Tar acts quickly, checks coughs, colds and croup, cuts the phlegm, opens air passages and allays irritation. It stops sleep -disturbing coughing at night. Children like it. Con tains no opiates.—Great Falls Drug Co. —Adv. IF YOUR EARS RING WITH HEAD NOISES If you have roaring, buzzing noises in your ears, are getting hard of hearing and fear Catarrhal Deafness, go to your druggist and get 1 ounce of Parmint (double strength, and add to it hi pint of hot water and a littîe granulated sugar. Take X tablespoonful four times a day. This will often bring quick relief from the distressing head noises. Clogged nostrils should open, breathing become easy and the mucus stop dropping into the throat. It is easy to prepare, costs little and is pleasant to take. Any one who has Catarrhal trouble of the ears, is hard of hearing or has head noises should give this pre scription a trial. mm Beautiful actress says, "A short massage with Howard's Buttermilk Cream at night before retiring is all that is necessary." , SAMOAN UNREST BRINGS DISGRACE ON TWO OFFICERS Court Martial for Navy Lieutenant Commander, Deportation for American Citizen Agitator Recommended by Governor, "Cleaning Up." Washington, Nov. 29.—The recent un rest among the natives in the naval con trolled island of Samoa in the Pacific was influenced by Commander Kail, Lieutenant Commander Boucher and an American citizen named Greene," said a dispatch received Monday by the navy department from Captain Waldo Evans, the new governor of the island and bead of a court appointed to inquire into the troubie at Samoa. Captain Evans recommended that Lieutenant Commander Boucher be court-martialed on charges of "conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman; conduct prejudicial to good order and discipline; drunkenness on duty; disre pect to the president, secretary of the navy and superior officers." Secretary Daniels replied to the dispatch author izing the trial of Commander Boucher. Captain Evans said that Greene would be deported as "undesirable", but no recommendation was made as to Com mander Kail. The captain added that there was no evidence of "legal, finan cial or political irregularity" in the administration of affairs of the island. GREENE IS NEWSPAPERMAN WELL KNOWN ON COAST San Francisco, Nov. 29.—Arthur A. Greene, the American citizen who is to be deported from American Samoa in connection with the recent unrest among Samoan natives according to Washing ton advices is well known in newspaper circles in Portland, Sacramento and San Francisco, where he was employed sev eral years ago prior to going to Hono lulu, as city editor of a newspaper. Greene in Honolulu married a young woman of Samoan extraction and short ly afterward went to American Samoa to look over some inherited estates. In connection with the unrest among the Samoans early last summer, which culminated in the stoning of Governor Terhune's residence in July, several Honolulu newspapers published state ments by Greene which charged that Governor Terhune had censured his communications. Greene, according to relatives here, was known as "attorney for the natives" and was reported to BIG SAVINGS For Those Who Shop at ONLY 5 DAYS MORE McCoy's STORE OPENS AT 9 A. M. 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TERHUNE EXONERATED OF BOUCHER'S CHARGES Washington, Nov. 29.—Trial of Lieu tenant Commander C. II. Boucher by general courtmartial as the result of the findings of a naval court of inquiry into the conduct of the naval govern ment at Samoa, was ordered Monday by Secretary Daniels. The court of in quiry, of which Rear Admiral C. F. Hughes is senior member, was ordered to Samoa after Lieutenant Commander Boucher had filed with the department serious charges against his senior. Commander Warren J. Terhune, naval governor of the island who recently committed suicide. Secretary Daniels said that the ac tion of the court under rear Admiral Hughes had "completely exonerated" Commander Terhune of the charges made against him by Lieutenant Com mander Boucher. Abolish Wage Bonus Shoe Manufacturers' Request of Workers Lynn, Mass., Nov. 29.—Shoe manu facturers of this city Monday made for mal request of the joint council United Shoe Workers of America for abolition of the wage bonus of 12% to 20 per cent that has been paid more than a year. Elimination of the bonus is necessary, according to the manufacturers, in order to reduce their operating costs to the point where the 100 factories, normally employing 1,500 operatives, may be re opened. CATHOLIC BISHOP RESIGNS Pittsburgh, Nov. 29.—The Right Rev. | Bishop J. F. Regis Ganevin, bishop of the j Pittsburgh diocese of the Roman Catho- j lie church, has resigned, it was announc- ! ed here Monday. Bishop Canevin took j this action because of ill health, it was j said. Spanish Opposition to Sending Troops Into Lithuania Looming Madrid, Nov. 29.—Attacks upon the projects of sending Spanish troops to Lithuania in execution of the plans of the League of Nations, were renewed Monday by the newspaper El Debate. It declares that the project is "of seri ous significance" for Spain, "whose people were not consulted on any hand about this decision regarding their Children Cry for Fletcher's I K A à The Kind You Have Always Bonght has borne the signa ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and has been made under his personal supervision for oyer 30 years. Allow no one to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imitations and "Jnst-as-good" are but experiments, and endanger the health of Children—Experience against Experiment. Castoria What is CASTORIA ria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, P are- > It contains neither goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. 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PROMINENT REPUBLICANS ATTEND HAMON'S FUNERAL Ardmore, Oklahoma, Nov. 29.—Men and women prominent in the public life of the state and nation, were in Ardmore to attend the funeral this afternoon of Jake L. llamoii, Republican national committeeman and millionaire oil man. Among those present are the five Re publican congressmen of Oklahoma elect ed in November.