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You Can Raise Chickens if You Use CONKEY'S BUTTERMILK FEED PULLIN'S GROCERY Corner Fifth Ave. So. and Sixth St Store Tour Battery This Winter at Northwest Storage Battery Co: EXIDE DISTRIBUTORS 410 First Ave. No. Phone 6969 "Yankee Maid" BREAD Page's Delicatessen AUTO ROBES Large Stock to Pick From VICTOR ARIO SADDLERY MONUMENTS GROVER & LEUCHARS Itie Firat Avenue South Pheoe 6301 GREAT FALLS AUTO RADIATOR WORKS Dletrthutors for Shetweii Jehsees Corer" Radiators Repaired, Rebuilt aMl Made to Order. Telephone 6814 109 Third St % BAKERY PRODUCTS OF THE EÜTTER KIND or JOHNSON HOTEL All Fireproof, Neat. Modern, Telephone Service Five Stories of Solid Comfort PETE JOHNSON. Proprietor EDDIE EKOLA, Manager 419 Central Avenue Great Falls, Montana KELLY'S LUNG SALVE Good for Cold on Chest. Whooping Cough, Congested Lungs. Sore Throat, especially for Croup. By mail $1.10. KELLY DRUG CO. 302 First Avenue South Great Falls, Montana CARRY Cane Sugar, 9 lbs Polar White Soap, 16 bars Sweet Corn, 7 cans Sapolio, 16 bars Sego Milk, 8 cans : Ripe Olives, 8 cans Ranch Butter, 2 lbs Two 50-ft. (sash cord) Clothes Lines. Cocoa, 4 cans Dromedary Dates, 5 pekgs Seal Brand Coffee, 2 lbs Peaches, 1-gallon can Apricots, 1-gallon can Pears, 1-gallon can j > ED S AN DAHL GROCERY G. H. STANTON GETS 50 R EDFISH IN DAY Head of Great Falls Bank Is Spending Winter at Pass Christian, Miss. Fifty redfish were caught recently by George H. Stanton, president of the Stanton Trust and Savings Bank of Great Fails, and Mrs. Stanton on a days trip on a fishing smack out of Pass Christian, Miss., where they are spend ing the winter. According to "The Coast Beacon" of I'ass Christian." Mr. and Mrs. George 'H. Stanton enjoyed a most successful day's fishing when they went out a short distamce from the Factory wharf, with Captain Walter Smith, and landed more than 50 redfish, ranging in weight from two to eight pounds. SUIT BROUGHT ON $52.50 NOTE. Payment of a note for $52.50, given at. Power March 14, 1918, in payment for^a purchase of twine, is sought in a suit filed in the district court Tuesday against Victor Eckinan by T. A. Meagher The note became due October 1, 191S. according to the complaint, and it is al leged that principal and interest are both due. Sure Relief ron INDIGEST I0H ctüs 6 Bell-ans Hot^ water Sure Relief RE LL-ANS Ss# FOR INDIGESTION UL Dr. Dodd BUTTE Eye Imd nervous troubles. H Straighten cross eyes with glasses. DR. DODD DUNLAP 'S FOR YOUR WATCH RE PAIRING. A L L WORK GUARANTEED Dunlap Jewelry Co. 405 Central Avenue Opposite Strain Brothers For Decorations, Designs CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS 305 1st Ave. No.—Phone 6347 ELKS' SERVICE TO HONOR DEAD -y Annual "Lodge of Sorrow" Will Be Held Sunday Afternoon in Palace Theater. The annual "Lodge of Sorrow" of the Great Falls Lodge No. 214, B. P. O. E„ will be held Sunday afternoon at o o'clock in the Palace theater. This ys the an nual memorial service conducted by the Elks for members who have died in the last year and is one of the most im portant observances of the order. The memories of more than 100 de parted brothers will be honored publicly at this service. Nine of these died dur ing the past year. They were Harry INI. Dunn. Ben B. Cook. John A. Collins, B. B. Kelly. P. E, R„ F. J. Adams, ,T. H. Butler, William Silverman, P. H. Sex ton and L. F. Coughiin. The order of services will be: Pro cessional march. Palace orchestra; opening ceremonies by Exalted Ruler W. H. Benton; Invocation by the Rev. Leo L. Totten; violin solo, Meditation (Thais), Massenet, by Mrs. Florence Gaylord; roll call of departed brothers. Secretary Charles Wegner; vocal solo, "God Shall Wipe Away all Tears," by Alex Campbell; responses by lodge of ficers; selection, "A Perfect Day," Palace orchestra; Thanatopsis, E. A. La Bossiere; vocal solo, "Requiem," by Alex Campbell. Annual memorial address by Past Ex alted Ruler George W. Farr, past presi dent of the Elks' State association; se lection by Palace orchestra; song "xiulà Lang Syne" by lodge and audience; closing ceremonies by the lodge; bene diction by the Rev. Leo L. Totten; re cessional march. Palace orchestra. From 2:30* to 3 o'clock, prior to the services the Palace orchestra, under the direction of Mabelle C. Anderson, will play the following program; Intermezzo "Idilio". (Th. Lack); "Love Songs of Olden Days" (R. Becker); Paraphrase "Lorelei" (Theo Tobani); "Just Awearyin' for You" and "I Love you Truly" (Carrie Jacobs Bond). Committees and Officers The memorial day committee consists of C. T. Gregg, chairman; E. G. Moore and L. II, Kommers. M. R. Makem son will he head usher. The officers of the Great Falls lodge are: Exalted ruler. IL W. Benton; esteemed leadiug knight. E. A. Le Bossiere; esteemed loyal knight. C. T. Gregg; esteemed lec turing knight. Harvey L. Blomquist: esquire, R. R. Williams; secretary Charles Wegner: treasurer, R. I'. Iîeck j ards; organist. Dennis D. Lloyd; inner i guard, Emmett Roberts; tiler. R. R. Marsh, chaplain, Ernest Polubnik; triis I tees, T. C. King, George Calvert and j Dr. C. I. Jones. I The service will be public. Property Tied Up Pending Divorce A restraining order preventing Elza i C. Huss from disposing of or encum ! bering his property while his wife's j divorce suit was pending was set aside : in district court Wednesday by Judge I ,T B. Leslie on stipulation of counse representing both parties to the suit. Mrs. Huss brought the suit a short time ago and accompanied her demand for ailmony with the request that her husband be restrained from disposing of his property until the issues in the case were met. Cancellation of the result ing court order was due, it is understood to a property agreement reached by Mr. ami Mrs. Huss since the case was filed. i OUT 0' ORDER I STOMACHS Indigestion, Acidity, Sournees and Gases ended with "Pape's Diapepsin" The moment you eat. a tablet or two of Pape's Diapepsin all the lumps of in digestion pain, the sourness, heartburn and belching of gases, due to acidity, vanish—truly wonderful! Millions of people know that it is need less to be bothered with indigestion, dys pepsia or a disordered stomach. A few ! tablets of Pape's Diapepsiu neutralize j acidity and give relief at once—no wait I ing! Buy a box of Pape's Diapepsin now! Don't stay dyspeptic! Try to regulate your stomach so you can eat favorite food® without, icausing distress. The cost is so little. The benefits so great. SELF SERVICE G10GERT PAY CASH 419 CENTRAL AVE AND SAVE Corn Meal, 9 lb. sack 39c Strictly fresh City Eggs 89c Fresh Ranch Eggs, doz. 79c Lipton's Yellow Label Tea, 1-2 lb 42c Lipton's Yellow Label Tea, 1 lb 81c Ivory Soap Flakes 11c Bread, still 3 for 25c Peas, Sifted Early June .. 19c Clothes Lines, 50 ft. good grade 43c Soda Crackers, 7 lb. cans $1.35 Winesap Apples, per box $3.00 Catsup, large bottle Sunkist 19c Pay Cash and Save We Deliver $5 Orders Free Legion Dance Planned for Tomorrow Night A dance will be given by the Great Falls post of the American Legion Fri day night at the Elks' hall, according to plans made Monday by the legion en tertainment committee. This dance will precede the series of legion dances which will begin with a dance Friday, Novem ber 10, at the Elks' hall. All arrange ments for next Friday's affair are in charge of the entertainment committee consisting of Dick Lockhart. Henry An gesmcir and Lewis Oesterle. Pierse's orchestra has been secured to furnish the music. Every legion member is permitted to invite one outside couple to the dance. CHARGED SMITH DEFIED OFFICER Complaint Filed Against Alleged Whisky Runner Who Sped Car With Deputy in It. W. R. Smijh, alleged whisky runner who had Deputy Sheriff W. E. Splan, as an involuntary guest on an automobile ride one night last week, was charged with resistias an officer in a complaint filed in the Earll justice court Wednes day by the deputy. Justice Earll fixed Smith's bail at $2,500, in default of which he was still at the county jail late Wednesday evening. Smith has admitted, according to Deputy Spla.n, that he had 12 cases of wüjsky in his car when the officer became his unwill ing passenger, but he has denied that he fired any shots after Splan left the car. Splan found Smith and bis automobile in an alley and because of the alleged presence of liquor in the machine, took a seat beside the driver and ordered him to drive to the county jail. At Fourth street, instead of turning towards the jail, the driver swung south and with a burst of speed headed for the city limits, with Splan clinging to the seat with one hand and to his hat with the other. Splan lumped from the speed ing; car a short distance south of town. Smith was found and arrested à short time later at the Plaza cabaret, Second j alley and Fourth street south. An au j tomobile belie/ed to be the one he drove j was found the next day. but the liquor ; had disappeared. Splan says Smith • fired at him three times after he quit j the machine, none of the bullets taUiug cffect. The sand hills south of Great Falls are said by officers to have become a favorite hiding place for liquor for boot leggers. Two men. thought to be friends of Smith, who reached Great Falls a few days after his arrest, are believed to have unearthed some liquor from the sand. A dozen or more cars were seen scouting through the hills after the published account of Smith's urrest. Twenty-five labels from whisky »ottle* were found in the sand Wednesday. GRAND OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY-FRIDAY, DEC. 9-10 A POSITIVE GUARANTEE! This is the original company that played -It! weeks in New York City. It comes with the guarantee of John Golden, producer of "Turn to the Right." JOHN GOLDEN HtOOUŒt Of • TUSM TO THt R!6XT~ ~D£MMe! AND 'LtQHTWN ' was POMS AUSTIN STRONG'S COMEDY TRIUMPH WITH SUPERB NEW YORK CAST PRICES: Lower Floor—$2.50 Balcony—$2.00: $1.50. Gallery—75c, plus tax. Mail Orders Now. Seats On Sale Wed. Noon. FAVORS LOWER BUSINESS TAX "Twenty per cent of the incomes of corporations now go for taxes. Unless the business men of the country take immediate steps to remedy this condi tion and lower the taxes of corporations, business will be ruined." This was the declaration made at the noon luncheon of the Rotary club Wed nesday by George I. Martin, Idaho Falls, laaho, executive-secretary of the Asso ciated Industries of Idaho, and former secretary of the fl-reat Falls branch of the Associated Industries of Montana. Asks Immigration Restriction Mr. Martin told the Rotarians of the work of the National Industrial council which just closed a session in New York. Mr. Martin was a delegate to the meet ing. He stated that reports made to the council showed an imperative need to restrict immigration in the United States. He stated that Ellis Island has been overloaded with undesirables from eastern Europe, who, if permitted to come at the present rate, will cause a bolshevistic war in this country. The othe* speech on the rotary pro grain was a classification talk by A. E. Barkemeyer on the theme "Did You Thursday 2 December Voile Waists, Pink, Green, Blue, Check, Peter Pan 95c Chamoisette Gloves 79c M'COY S L v » ■<T Make this A Sane Christmas Buy sensible gifts. Thoughtfulness is always appreciated. Extrava gance denotes carelessness and is unnecessary. Buy Shoes and Slippers Liquidation Sale Now in Progress Children's shoes, sizes 3 to 8 in black kid button with wedge heels, also a lot of fancy shoes in two tone. The former price of these was $2.25. These have been plac ed on bargain table and the liqui dation sale price is $1.45 Boys' Gunmetal Calf Shoes, Goodyear welt, Narrow toe blucher. g J AA The SALE PRICE Women's Brown Kid Shoes with military heel, Goodyear welts. C7 ÛC SALE PRICE Women's brown or grey kid shoes, former price $11.00, cloth top to £7 Cf) match. Sale price ^ ■ «OU Men's brown English bals, narrow or medium toe, Goodyear welt, former QC $11.00 values. NOW ^)ö«ww Hosiery—ladies' Lisle hose, white or black, former 65c values. QQ 1-3^ SELLING OO All shoes, slipners and hosiery at LIQUIDA TION SALE PRICES. Flaherty & Perra 12 Third Street South Follow in Your Father's Footsteps? If not, why?" Trodlck Makes Report. A. J. Trodick, chairman of the Rotary committee on "health week"' December 5 to 12, reported that the plans for the week's work have been completed. He stated that the entire city will be can vassed during the campaign. Plans were made at the meeting for a number of four-minute speakers to address theater audiences during the week on the pur poses of the campaign. A committee, headed by Dr. Burtis R. MacHatton of the First Congregational church, was appointed to make the addresses to theater audieinces. Southern Pacific Men Visit in Great Falls D. R. Owen, traveling traffic agent for the Southern Pacific railway, and J. E. Light, frieght and passenger agent for the Salt Lake district of that road, ar rived in Great Falls Wednesday from Butte and will spend several days here AN O PEN L ETTER TO THE PUBLIC: 3N the event that you should be misled by false rumors which say that my show, entitled "George White's Scandals of 1919" is not the original musical revue produced by me at the Liberty Theater in New York City, at the Forrest Theater in Philadelphia, at the Colonial Theater in Boston and at the Illinois Theater in Chicago, I wish to say that it is the identical production which was seen in the above theaters, of which I am the originator and co-author. In presenting the "Scandals of 1919" to the theater goers of Great Falls, at the Grand Opera House on Sunday and Monday evenings, December 5th and 6th, I am not giving them a transient entertainment, but one which I hope to establish as a permanent institu tion in the theater world of America. Following the "Scandals of 1919" will be the "Scandals of 1920, 1921, 1922," etc., consequently it is essential that in my first edition a standard that is super-average is maintained, to assure the reception of the following editions of the "Scandals" which I have in store. With this plan al ready in operation the public may rest assured that my first edition, "The Scandals of 1919" measures up to the high water mark for which I have aimed in my initial plunge. Faithfully yours, GEORGE WHITE. on business. Their mission has to da with winter passemger traffic from Mon tana to points in the southwest, it is understood. CATARRHAL JELLY for. ^4 Colds to day. Make* T«f hwd nd not* (MI 8M. Easy to apply Quick to act 20 treatment tim FREE—Writ* KONDON MFG. CO. Minneapolis, Minn.