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food warmer that will toast both sides of 20 pieces of bread at once. INDIGESTION CAN'T STAY Stomach Pain,Sourness,Gases, and Acidity ended with "Pape's Diapepsin" Out-of-order stomachs feel fine at once! When meals don't fit and you belch gas, acids and undigestd food. When you feel indigestion pain, lumps of distress in stniach, heartburn or headache. Here is instant relief. Just as soon as you eat a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the dyspep sia, indigestion and stomach distress caused by acidity will end. These pleas ant, harmless tablets of Pape's Diapep sin always put sick, upset, acid stom achs in order at once and they cost so little at drug stores. E Rub Musterole on Forehead an d Temp les A headache remedy without the dan gers of "headache medicine." Relieves headache and that miserable feeling from colds or congestion. And it acts at once! Musterole is a clean, white oint ment, made with oil of mustard. Better than a mustard plaster and does not blister. Used only externally, and in no way can it affect stomach and heart, as some internal medicines do. Excellent for sore throat, bronchitis, croup, stiff neck, asthma, neuralgia, congestion, pleurisy, rheumatism, lum bago, all pains and aches of the back or joints, sprains, sore muscles, bruises, chilblains, frosted feet, colds of the chest (it often prevents pneumonia). 35c and 65c jars; hospital size $3.00 For Coras Little or Big - Use "6ets =It" Stops Corn Fain Instantly and Re* move« Them Completely. W hether yonr"pet" is on too or between the toes, no matter how big or bow small or how "tender" three drops of "GetB-Xt will lift yon right out of your misery. UT5* The Only Way to Care a Cora is to Remore ft, with "Get»-It" Tots will laugh to see how quickly yonr corn lets go Its grip, how It curls right xip and tiles so y on can lift It off with your fingers. It's folly and nonsense to pare and trim a corn trying to ease tts pain when "Gets-It" will easily rid you of it entirely. "Gets-It" is sold at all drug stores and costs but a trifle. Your money back on re quest. Mfd.by S.Lawrence&Co., Chicago THE BEE HIVE Staple and Fancy Groceries 323 Central Avenue Phone 6744 Northern Spy Apples, box &M< Jonathan Apples, box Cabbage, 50 lbs., $1.00; 0!i| 100 pounds Spl 1 I Carrots, 50 lbs., $1.25; 100 pounds Rutabagas, 50 lbs., $1.20; 100 pounds Onions, 50 lbs., $1.50; 100 pounds wÄh Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. for Sweet Potatoes, l&ll 25 lbs. for Grape Fruit, 8 for I])!« Bee Hive Special Coffee, 2 lbs. for $i ,50 .60 .75 35 15 ,85 ...50c 00 00 00 Momen'ô Comer J RAINBOW DELPHIAN MEETS TODAY The Rainbow chapter of the Delphian society will meet Tuesday afternoon ;;t 3 o'clock in the Edison recital hall. The club lias completed the study of the Mid dle Ages and is about to take up the French Reformation. MAIDS AND MATRONS TO MEET The Maids and Matrons club will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. H. Cooper, 1700 Fourth avenue north. ST. MARY'S CHAPTER TO MEET St. Mary's chapter of the Episcopal church will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. M. Gaiaies, 012 Fifth avenue north, at 2 o'clock. EMERSON PARENT-TEACHER ASSOCIATION TO MEET The Parent-Teacher association of Emerson school will meet Wednesday H OLDING A USBAND Adele Garrison's New Phase of.... REVELATIONS OF A WIFE i The Surprise Madge Sprung on Dicky. For a tense minute after Dicky an nounced his tremendous news there was absolute silence. I think Mother Gra ham was too stunned to speak, and while Get Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets That is the joyful cry of thousands tince Dr. Edwards produced Olive Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Dr. Edwards, a practicing physician for 17 years and calomel's old-time enemy, discovered the formula for Olive Tablets while treating patients for chronic constipation and torpid livers. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets do not contain calomel, but a healing, soothing vegetable laxative. No griping is the "keynote" of these little sugar-coated, olive-colored tab lets. They cause the bowels and liver to act normally. They never force them to unnatural action. If you have a "dark brown mouth"— bad breath—a dull, tired feeling—sick headache—torpid liver—constipation, you'll find quick, sure and pleasant re sults from one or two of Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets at bedtime. Thousands take them every night just to keep right. Try them. 15c and 30c. Clogged-Up Liver Causes Headache If s foolish to fuffer from constipation, sick headache, biliousness, dizziness, indigestion, and kin dred ailments when Carter's f» Ä DYSTO C Little Liver vAlt I LK v Ptlla will end J §££B ITTLE ell misery in>| |T (VER a few hours. A Uölfl S O Purely vege* * table. Act iJUHHHMBBL-J gently on liver and bowels. Small Pfil—Small Dose—Small Price afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the school building. All parents in the district are urged to attend. MRS. MINTER CHAIRMAN OF WELFARE COMMITTEE Mrs. W. G. Minter has been appointed chairman of the child welfare and public health committee of the Great Falls woman's club. Members from the dif ferent departments of the club will be appointed to assist Mrs. Minter in the different phases of the work of the co_n mittee. NEW G. R. CORPS ORGANIZED * A new Girl Reserve corps at the Washington school was organized Mon day afternoon at the Young Woman's Christian association rooms by Miss Mabel Butler, girls work secretary There are nine girls in the new corps. It is expected to extend it to include the fifth grade girls of the school thus increasing its membership. the announcement only confirmed to me the vague fears I had experienced since Dicky told me of the "surprise" he was going to give me, yet the realization that my home was gone crashed against my spirits as a physical blow might have done against my body. Mother Graham was the first to speak. Indeed. I was in the mental state where i I could not speak if I would, and cer tainly would not if I could. Fierce prim itive rage against my husband was hav ing its way with me. That he should | dare to sell our home without consult- ( ing me. "Sold the Marvin house!" Mother Gra ham ejaculated. "Bold my home! What do you mean? Have you gone insane?" "Never was more clear-headed in my life," Dicky said defiantly, but I saw that he was looking furtively from his mother to me, and that he was palpably disturbed by our reception of his news. "You don't seem to grasp what I got for it. Didn't you hear? Twenty thou sand bucks, iron men. simoleons—" "Quit that foolery!" his mother said 1 m. v it ! sharply. "It doesn't matter if you got a million dollars for it, you had no right to sell it without consulting me—or— Margaret." she added, lamely, as an after thought. "Don't Weaken, Margaret" Dicky threw up his head arrogantly "I bought it, didn't I, with my own heard-earned money? I guess I have a right to sell it if I get a chance like this without running home to ask any wom en's consent." Across the fog of my wrath struck ihe "Icam of an illuminating, whimsical thought, one which I caught, imprisoned, turned into a weapon. "The bargain is all completed.. I sup pose?" I asked meekly. "£ U y A th r, of thp , Papors * j I>icky answered. Ihe man who bought) it has left it in the hands of an attorney down here, as he had to go back north today, and he will send the money right back, so as soon as I sign the papers I'll get the mazuma." My mother-in-law's eye caught mine, with grim comprehension. She knew as well as I did, Dicky's absolute ignor ance of ordinary business matters, a fault common to the artistic tempera ment, anil she, also realized what a pit !" was unconsciously digging for him self. "Don't weaken. Margaret," she cau tioned. "No matter how much he pleads. He's brought it on himself." Dicky look-.'d from one to the other of us, his face the picture of puzzled amazement. "What the devil!" he exploded. "What's all this tommyrot? What's Margaret got to do with selling the i Dicky Is Determined "Retter ask her," his mother s:ig- j gested slyly. "I will." He turned to me vehement- ! ly. "What is all this tomfoolery, any- ' way?" i "Simply that you cannot sell the house i —no one will buy it—unless my signa- : ture is attached to the deed, and that I do not intend to give. A least, I shall consider the matter very carefullj it' fore consenting." I made my voice as matter-of-fact as if I were declining a proffered piece of bread at the dinner table, and bent in differently over my sewing as I fin ished, but not before I had caught grim but mirthful approval in my mother-in law's eyes.* Dicky sat silent for a minute, then sprang to his feet so vehemently that he almost overturned his chair. "Richard, I beg you to remember that I am still an invalid," his mother re marked f;igidly, and 1 saw with a sav age glee that only a woman can under stand, that she had indeed joined forces j with mt> to make the recreant Dicky as uncomfortable as possible. "1 beg your pardon, mother," he said perfunctorily, then hurried into excited speech. "Of all the bunk I ever heard in my life, that's the limit," he said scornfully. "I suppose you think you're the original little Cutie, springing a bluff like that? Well, right here's where you fall down! You don't get away with anything like that where I'm concerned, and don't you forget it. I'm going right ahead and I Keep Your Blood Pure I Nature Will Do the Rest t X Did you know that ninety per cent of all human ailments depend upon the condition of your blood? Nature gives her warnings in va rious unmistakable ways, so that when the appetite fails, and you become weak and listless and a gen eral run-down condition segms to take possession of the whole body, it is an unfailing sign that impuri ties will steadily accumulate until your general health will be seri Edmonson's Dental Specialists Arn prepared to care for all tooth and gum ailments In the most moder» way known to dental science at moderate fees X-RAY EQUIPMENT The Most Modern Offices in the West DR. E. E. EDMONSON, DENTIST ' Orer Lapeyre's Drug Store Entrance on Third Street Sooth sell the house and get the money with out your ladyship having to put a pec to paper." *'I wish yon joy of your job," his mother said dryly. "Have you got this bee in your bonnet, too?" Dicky demanded, too excited to bo respectful. "I have nothing to reply to any disre spectful remark like that," his mother declared, i,n her most impressive man ner, "exeepV to call to your attention the class of people who will have no other teacher but experience." "That's right, call me a fool," her son muttered pettishly, as he swung out of the room. But I saw that his eyes were troubled and I knew that his mother's unexpected backing of my position had made him secretly uneasy. NEXT :—"The Problem That Sorely Puzzled Madge." CONCERT BOOKED AT GRAND DEC. 4 Estelle Gray, Violinist, and Mischa Lhevinne, Pianist, Will Be Heard. Estelle Gray, violinist, and Mischa Lhevinne, pianist and composer, who will appear at the Grand theater Satur day night, have only recently started from New York city on a tour of the country on which they will give 75 recitals. Estelle Gray at the age of eight gave her first violin recital in San Francisco before 1,500 persons. When she was 11 years old she received the cap and gown from the College of the Pacific. At 15 she was presented in a scries of recitals at the Waldorf-Astoria in Xew | Vo^."" ft was At"thVs" time "that Then ( <ioro Roosevelt said to her: "You have jabsorbed the message of your great [west. It shows in the strength and virility of your bowing." At 17 she made her first transcontinental tour. When she reached her home state she was given an ovation in the Greek the ater at Berkeley by an audience of 8,000, and was then presented with an engraved note of appreciation by the faculty of the University of California. Estelle Gray, already famous, in 1914 became Mme Gray-Lhevinne. She had, 1 P™ r to this time become known not ! only as an artist, but as an artist who dared to express her opinion on matters which must involve the critics. She made the declaration in Europe, and got away with it, that, "American training is the best for American girls." TO GATHER BOOKS FOR SANITARIUM jht , tubt!rculosis Mrs. Melvin Rovve Named Chair man for Cascade County's Part of Effort. To assist in gathering 1,000 books for sanitarium at Galen, Mrs. Melvin Rowe has been ap pointed book chairman for the Great Falls Federation of Women's organiza tion by Mrs. Jauics Gooch. president of the federation. Mrs. A. E. Spriggs of Helena, public health chairman for the third district of the state federation, has appealed to the seven counties in the district to donate the 1,000 books. The counties are Lewis and Clark. Broad water, Meagher, Cascade, Fergus, Wheatland and Chouteau. The patients at Galen are virtually without reading matter. Mrs. Spriggs Î reports there are but four books in the ! entire institution for the patients. One of the women patients possesses a ropy of East Lynn which she says she has read lili times. Other organizations in Great Falls have been called upon to assist the city federation in collecting books for Galen i Anyone having books to donate is asked ' to leave them at Mrs. Rowe' s home, 1025 Second avenue north. Yellow rains, owing to pol le nin the air, have been observed in the United States. RHEUMATIC PAINS ~ |?YD/"|C1TDI7 A ff I17C JuAl |3U lYJU nv>nLiJ 1 Ik J Ï» jOSIIIXG around in the wet and then—the dreaded rheumatic twinge! But not for long when Sloan's Lini ment is put on the job! Pains, strains, sprains—how soon this old family friend penetrates without rubbing and helps drive 'em away! And how cleanly, too—no muss, no bother, no stained skin or clogged pores. Mus cles limber up. lumbago, sciatica, neur nlgia. backache are promptly relieved. Keep « bottle handy. Get one today if you've run out of Sloan's Liniment, it's so warming. All druggists—35c, 70c, $1.40. The largest bottle holds six times as much as the smallest. Sloa Liniment Sloan's Liniment, Kept Handy,! Takes the Fight Out of Them. ously affected. You should recog nize the importance, therefore, of very promptly cleansing out the system, ana keeping V ply pure and robust Get a bottle of S. S. S. at your drugstore to day, and note how promptly it builds up the appetite and gives new strength and vi tality. Write for free literature and medical advice to Chief Med cal Adviser, 153 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. CLERK WARNED NOT TO ISSUE L ICENSE Foster Mother of Prospective Bridegroom Writes He Is Only 19 Years Old. If Guy L. Fisher of Big Arm. Mont., and Miss Edna Null of the same place, come to Great Falls for a marriage license they will undoubtedly be re minded of the course proverbially taken by true love when Clerk of the Court w Amas M ofty j I FLAHERTY& FERRA LIQUIDATION SALE Shoes, Slippers and Hosiery Sensible Gifts at Reduced Prices Specials On the Bargain Table Old fashioned comfort shoe with common sense heel. Some have rubber heel. Plain toe or tipped. QC Usual $6.50 value. Sale price Men's Shoes at reductions ranging from 20 to 30 Per cent. Boys' Goodyear welt shoes. Good styles, made of Black Gunmetal Calf. Sale price $4.00 All Shoes, Slippers and Hosiery at the Lowest Market Price Women's felt slippers, comfy shoes with inlaid trim- (£4 IP mings or Pom Pom. Colors brown and wine. This sale ^ I ■■rw All other felt slippers reduced to new price level. We are anticipating spring prices. We are discounting the future as our prices will indicate. See our windows. WRIG LEYS Package is germ proof The ends are sealed by electricity — so that all the goodness and flavor are retained for you. Each stick is separately wrapped, to keep it fresh and clean till you need it—after every meal or cigar. Whitens the teeth, clears the throat, sweetens the breath, aids appetite and digestion—a great benefit for a small price. And The Price Is Sfili 5 C y I $Vc HE A-147 —— Tt/p FLAVOR -—■—n'irr ' '' j— - George Harper questiones them as to the accuracy of a letter received Mon day from Mrs. B. Fisher, also of Big Arm, who says she is Fisher's foster mother. Mrs. Fisher wrote to explain that the young man is only 10 years old, and cannot legally obtain a mar riage license until 1!)22. "Don't believe the boy or anyone he may bring with him," Mrs. Fisher warn ed the clerk. "He threatened to hire a witness to lie for him. and he may suc ceed in doing it. I have raised him since he was eight months old and I know what his age is. Under these cir cumstances, is not my consent neces sary if he applies for a marriage license before he is of legal age?" Not A Blemis mars the perfect appearance of her com' plexion. Permanent and temporary skin troubles are effectively concealed. Reduces un' natural color and corrects greasy skins. Highly antiseptic, used with beneficial results as a curative agent for 70 years.