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Great Falls daily tribune. [volume] (Great Falls, Mont.) 1895-1921, December 02, 1920, Image 11

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TODAY
and TOMORROW
THURSDAY
AND
FRIDAY
'Sins of
Rosanriß"
Star
in 5
L
^presented by Jesse L.Lasky
(X Çparamounl Cpiclure
Is witchcraft really dead? Can the
fires in glitering gems and the spell
of a Malay enchantress transform a
lovely girl to a female Jekyll-Hyde?
See them lure Rosanne away from love,
honor, happiness, until ?
A fascinating tale of hearts and diamonds.
SECOND EPISODE ANTONIO MORENO IN
THE VEILED MYSTERY "THE QUICKSAND"
SEXTON ORCHESTRA
OF 8
The purest crystallized borax is! Residents of southern Russia use
found in the înkos and springs of Lake ' sturgeon s fat us a abutter and oil sub
county, California. j stitute and make leather trom the slan.
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BIG OPENING OF THE SENSATION OF THE SEASON
First Time Shown in the City
Nothing Ever Shown Like It Before.
Tte Hört Agäwwäfa« Kliffe
teîwSLof Siwage#
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THRILLING !
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r ^tlum tha result of » »hlpwreck on »
cannibal wber« womto »1Mb #nd
gear tbeiï bodies to make them beeubliU.
whew xam torture ihtir free« out of »11
hojata eembiwee. wb«*e children's phy>
things an 1 «BW» skall«.
TAKEN under circumstances oi um
* greatest peril, the»« six manrclott# reels
irt the only picture» erer made of the fer
ocious Xla KJa man-eaters and he»d-hunt
ers, now fast *antihUig from the earth.
See it M a drama, as an educational, as a
artnic. You will never see its like again.
cctmc.
MANAGER'S NOTE:—
This is another extraordinary program and one
(hat cost us a huge sum of monoy and wo are show*
ing at REGULAR pri-es. So to avoid the crowd,
come early—A 100% bill.
Buster Eeaton in his latest comedy
"ONE WEEK"
An Absolute Knockout
T
FORMER SLEUTHS
IN COUNTY JAIL
Two Men, Once Railroad Detec
tives, Charged With Trans
porting Liquor Unlawfully.
^
Roy Levagood and A. A. Bartlett,
both former railroad detectives, are held
at the county jail on charges of trans
porting liquor unlawfully because the
battery in their automobile quit function
ing Wednesday when they were within
a few blocks of their destination, alleged
ly with five gallons of moonshine whisky
in their sargo. Attention attracted by
the sagging weight of the two suitcases
they took from the stalled car caused
them to be followed to the rooming
house conducted at 401% Central ave
nue by Cecil Hayes, where they were
placed under arrest by Officer 1 at Fm
neran and their liquor seized.
Heavy Suitcases Suspected,
A J. King of the Woodworth apart
ments, collector of federal customs,
suspected the presence anadian
whisky when two men, shortly before
noon, took two heavily laden suitcases
from a stalled car in front of his apart
ment. He followed the pair as they
staggered along with their loads until
he met Officer Finneran, who took over
the chase. The suitcases were found
easily enough at the rooming house, out
the men were not in sight. Levagood and
Bartlett were pointed out as the owners
of the grips and investigation witlun
brought to light five gallon jugs of un
colored moonshine.
U. S. Officer Takes Over Case.
At the police station I.evagood and
Bartlett said they had left the car at
Third street and Third avenue north
because the batteries were "on the bum,
but they denied owning the suitcases or
that they had taken them out of the
automobile. The case was turned oyer
to E. ,T. Tait, federal prohibition ln
forcemcnt officer, who said he would
accuse the men of transporting liquor
and seize the automobile.
Bartlett's recent activities are n<>t
known to the police, but Levagood was
recent!v transferred from the
Northern's detective department to the
position of ice foreman, one of the
more desirable minor positions offered
bv the road in Great Falls.
A small amount of wheat was founa
within one of the suitcases which sug
gested to Chief Anderson that the liquor
! had been recently stored in a granary.
Great Falls Masons
to A ttend in Butte
Shrine Ceremonial
Several sliriners and Scottish Kite
M asons from Great Falls will attend the
Shrine ceremonial at Butte Friday.
John Llovd and J. M. Charteris left last
Sunday to attend the thirty-ninth annual
reunion of the Scottish Rite Masons
which opened at Butte Monday morning,
LeRov V. Johnson, manager of the Alea
zar theater, will leave this (Thursday)
morning for the ceremonial, and T. C.
I-Iibbard of Great Falls will be a candi
date for the Shrine. Mr. Ilibbard was
a candidate at the Scottish Rite reunion
ceremonies held In Great Falls a short:
time ago. He will leave this (Thürs
day) afternoon.
DEFAULT JUDGMENT RENDERED
Default judgment for $222.06,
costs and $35 attorney's fees has been
I granted in district court to the plaintiff
I im the cas.e of G. G. Müller against F.
I Erwin. The judgment covers a note
given at Havre July 2, 1919, to mature
in 90 days.
START ROUNDUP
FO R Y. M . C. A.
Seventy-five Workers Take Field
First Day; Luncheons Served
Each Noon.
About 75 men turned out Wednesday
for the initial day's work in the Y, M. C.
A", campaign for 400 new members which
is to continue today (Thursday) and
Friday.
The "Powder River division," headed
by A. E. Wiggin, had more than half
of the workers in the field Wednesday
and it is expected that the full personnel
of all the teams will be at work today
(Thursday).
"Flying Rangers" Work.
A team known as the "flying rangers."
headed by H. A. Templeton, was put to
work soliciting, sustaining and support
ing memberships of $100 and $50, res
pectively. The other members of the
team are L. H. Hamilton, Harry Wallace,
O. S. Warden, M. Fligman, Cal Hubbard,
Sam Stevenson and Frank Brown.
The Great Falls Ministerial associa
tion, at its noon meeting, unanimously
endorsed the Y. M. C- A. campaign and
pledged its support.
Boorman General Chairman.
Carl Boorman has been named general
chairman of the boys' membership cam
paign which will begin Saturday. Ilarry
Wallace is to be range boss of one di
vision and Elliott Roberts will direct the
men in the second camp. Range fore
men for both sides will be picked later.
At noon Wednesday 'the campaign
workers in the general roundup were
given a luncheon at the association build
ing, at which the women of the First
Methodist church had charge of the
tables. Today (Thursday) the women
of the First Baptist church will serve
the luncheon and the Presbyterian
women will act as witnesses Friday.
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Mrs. O. C. Woods came in from Au
gusta Wednesday for a few days' visit
in Great Falls. She was accompanied by
Mrs. W. E. Gleason also of Augusta.
Harry L. Conners of Hager City, Wis.,,
is in Great Falls for a few weeks visit
ing at the home of his brother, Thomas
R. Connors. 1309 Second avenue south.
Dr. A. D. Fogarty, veterinary inspec
tor of the U. S. Bureau of animal hus
bandry at Harlem, was a business visi
tor in Great F alls Wednesday.
YON
YONSON
AT THE
PALACE
IS THE BEST LIKED
COMEDY SO FAR
PRODUCED :: :: ::
From Beginning to End
—A Positive Scream.
MAKE YOÎ IÎ RESERVA
TIONS NOW—Fone 6G37
GEM
NEW SHOW
TODAY
TOMORROW
WALLACE
REID
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"AUAS MIKE
MORAN
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PLENTY OF ACTION
BILLIE' WEST
— in —
"What Next?"
It Happens
"Once to
Every Wom
an" Why?
How? when?
imperial
'Home of 100% Pictures"
Is it because
of her sex?
That it hap
pens?
POSITIVELY FIRST TIME SHOWN IN GREAT FALLS!
DOROTHY
PHILLIPS
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m

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V
"Once to Every Woman"
She walked with kings and lost the common touch. Then came an hour
when her mother's vine-clad Cottage was a citadel of love.
Selig's Sensational Wild Animal Serial
"The Lost City"
Episode No. Six
"THE MAN-EATER'S PREY"
a
Vitagraph Special Comedy
Springtime"
Montgomer and Rock
GAMING CHARGES
PUT AGAINST SIX
"Checks Are Sold for Cash" Says
Card Which Disappears From
Jailor's Office.
Complaints alleging gambling^ were
filed in the Karl] justice court Wednes
day bv Deputy County Attorney W J.
Tight against L. S. Smith. James ^ee,
William Oliver, C. II. Speedy. Harry S.
Volk and Oscar Olson, nil of whom were
arrested with several others by Sheriff
.T. P. Burns Tuesday night i>u a raiu on
a basement room under the Glenwood
bar, 211 Central avenue.
Lee and Nelson are accused of con
ducting the two blackjack games al
leged to have been interrupted by the
sheriff and were each released under
$500 bail. The other defendants are
charged with having been players in the
alleged game, und were each released
under $300 bail.
Mr. Tighc stated that he depended
upon the statements of other mein taken
in the raid in fixing responsibility for
the alleged gambling. It is the purpose
of County Attorney H. G. Bettet to
direct prosecutions against the opera
tors. Alleged players who made state
ments following the raid were released,
but Oliver, Voik, Olson and Speedy de
clined to talk and were held.
A placard on which was printed the
information that checks were sold^ for
cash was seized during the rsid by Sher
iff Burns, but it disappeared from the
jailor's office while the IS men arrested
MEMORIAL SERVICES
PALACE THEATER
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 5th, 8 P, M,
The Public Is Invited to Attend,
in the raid were being registered. There
was some confusion in the office when
the prisoners were brought in and it is
believed, that one of them secured the
card when it was left momentarily
within reach and passed it out through
the bars of the door to a confederate.
Ship Montana Horses
for Sale in Oklahoma
C. E. Protsman and W. W, Clark of
Géraldine will ship 22 head of draught
herses this (Thursday) to Tulsa, Okla
homa, where they will be sold on the
he rse market.
Mr. Protsman. who was in Great Falls
Wednesday to get the animals inspected
for shipment, stated that they had re- |
eeived word that the horse market at 1
Tulsa is much better than tlie market in i
Montana. The horses purchased at \
Tulsa are largely used for farm work
and in the oil fields. ^ i
The horses will average 1,300 and I
1.400 pounds each and it is expected
they will bring from $150 to $200 each.
Stone-Ordean-Wells
Get Back $369 Check
An order instructing the clerk of the
district court to turn over to the Stone
Ordean-Wells company a check for S8Ö9
previously deposited with the clerk pend
DANCING
is now on a higher standard
and more people are accepting
it as the healthy, happy
amusement it ought to be.
DANCE TONIGHT
ing adjudication »of a suit brought by
that concern against the Northern Mon
tana Association of Credit Mea. was en
tered Wednesday by Judge J. B. Leslie.
The suit was originally brought against
the American Bank and Trust company,
but on stipulation the credit men's asso
ciation was made defendant.
l[ffllBQHE3EZI«BHi:
DANCE
FRIDAY NIGHT.
DECEMBER 3rd
ELKS' HALL
PIERSE'S
ORCHESTRA
Thursday
2
December
$2.45 Wool Serges, 36 Taob,
Good Quality Storm
Serge
$1.39
SQc Comfort Challieê, H
Inch, New Fall
Patte ras
At
25c
M'COY'S

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