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Commissioners of Chouteau
Grant Petitions for Election
to Divide County.
Special to The Daily Tribune.
Fort Benton, Dec. 4. —The commis
sioners of Chouteau county Saturday
signed the findings which are the pre
liminaries to the cteation of the new
county of Banner, and gave directions
for the calling of an election to he held
within the limits of the territory out of
which the new county is/to be formed,
for March 29, 1921.
The election will be called for the re
pose of voting on the segregation of
territory to form the new county, for the
location of a county seat, either tem
porary or permanently, and for the elec
tion of county officers.
The findings signed by the commis
sioners made a document of 50 type
written pages, and described by metes
and bounds the boundaries of the pro
posed county, and also for the estab
lishment of school districts, voting pre
cincts, judicial townships and road dis
trict«.
Alfonso Out Early Every Morn
ing and No Physical Effort
Is Too Great for Him.
Sant&nder, Spain, Sept. 9.—No fatigue
or physical effort is too great for King
Alfonso when he decides to go hunting the
chamois in the Picos de Europa, as he
did this year in August after attending
the horseraces and personally steering
his yacht to victory in the regatta at
San Sebastian. This time, as an excep
tion. he was accompanied by a number of
women, who love hunting and who are
connected by family ties with the royal
house, as well as by some of his personal
sporting friends.
The party included the queen. Princess
Alice of Albany, the Infanta Lui sa. In
fante Carlos, Prince and Princess de
Bourbon, Lord Athlone, the Marquis and
Marchioness de Viana. the Marquis and
Marchioness de Villaviciosa de Asturias,
Luis de Bustamente and a number of
court uncti'onaries of high rank.
In the Heart of The Picos.
The central point of the hunting is
Pena Vieja, right in the heart of the
I 'îcos , and to reach the royal hunting
box a very trying three or four hours'
horseback ride is necessary. The <lis
tanc from Camaleno. where the party
mounts, is only 12 miles but the ascent
is sharp all the way and at places great
care has to be taken i.n passing along
narrow paths looking over abrupt preci
pices.
The site of the hunting box is Lloroza.
GENTS 'RINGS
14-K Gold
§7.50 to $15
Montana
Moss Agates
Sapphires and Rubies
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LADIES' RINGS
S3.50 to §7.50
LAVALLIERS
§2.50 to §10
BROOCHES
§3.50 to §35
Genuine agates,
stones of perma
nent beauty.
Beautiful mark
ings. These agates
are all cut and
mounted in our
own shop.
LAVALLIERS
§8.00 to §25
FOLSOM-MFG. JEWELER
19 Third Street South
YOUR CHART
AND COMPASS
An account with this bank is
your best chart and compass
to a successful career. Why
delay having so useful an in
strument?
4% Interest Paid on Savings
Accounts
The First /
National R^nk
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A band of mere boys, the leader only j
.planned ,nd c.mnd thronst, a „.11 j
train robbery which, according to de
teetives, was the biggest affair of its
kind in the history of the country. Bonds
and money to the estimated value of $3,
500,000 were stolen from the Burlington
fast mail train Xo. S at Council Bluffs,
Iowa, on the night of November l.'l . The
train was bound for Chicago with many
millions in currency and bonds for east
at a height of 8,450 feet above sea-level
and here has been built a minature pal
ace containing many modern comforts.
At night it is always cold at this height
and many of the mountain peaks are
covered with eternal snow. Even dur
ing the day cool winds are constant.
Activity is the watchword during the
king's short stay. Everybody must have
breakfasted and be ready to start at
seven in the morning for the higher
peaks where the chamois is found. All
the hunters are provided with ropes in
case of danger in passing the deep pre
cipices on the edges of which the cham
ois generally is found.
Great agility is requisite onco the
game has been marked. The small ani
mL.s are usually noticed at a long dis
tance like small black dots leaping from
point to point. Shooting has to be
extremely accurate and as a rule many
shots are expended on one animal as he
dashes headlong among the rocks.
Sometimes a mountain mist arises and
then shooting is almost useless while it
causes the hunters to separate and of
tentimes to get lost in the mountains,
where parties of miners, who are num
erous in the district, search for them.
However, Alfonso was this year lucky
as regards weather and each day the
roydl party brought back to the hunting
box on the backs of donkeys a consider
able bag of game.
Notwithstanding the strenuousness of
the day's work the king was always
ready the following morning to start our
again at an early hour sometimes, how
ever. leaving various members of the
party behind.
j era banks. One of the baud, according
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^ ra j n iln ,j threw ten sacks of registered
il to the tracks, where it was picked
up by other members of the baud in an j
automobile. Five men and one woman i
have been placed under arrest in connec
tion with the robbery. Two of them, ac
cording to the police, have confessed.
Much of the loot has been recovered,
held, told the police that he burned $800,
Fred Poffenberger, 20, who is being
The North American wood duck and
the Chinese mandarin duck are closely
related.
Cured
His Piles
Now 88 Years Old but Works at
Trade of Blacksmith and Feels ;
Younger Since Piles
Are Gone.
The oldest active blacksmith in Mich
igan is still pounding his anvil in the
town of Homer—-thanks to my internal
method for treating piles.
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Mr. Jacob L.von, Homer, Mich.
I wish that you could hear him tell
of his many experiences with ointments,
salves, dilators, etc., before he tried ms
method. Here Is a letter just received
from him:
Mr. E. P*. Page, Marshall, Mich.
Dear Sir: I want you to know what
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j used suppositories and all kinds of
j treatments, but never got relief until I
j tried yours. Am now completely cured,
i Although I am SS years old. and the
I oldest active blacksmith in Michigan. I
j feel years younger since the piles have
I left me. I will surely recommend i - to
I ail I know who suffer this way. You
! can use my letter any way you wish and
! I hope it will lead others to try this
! wonderful remedy.
Yours truly,
J. L. LYON.
! There are thousands of afflicted peo
| pie suffering with piles who have never
! yet tried the one sensible way of trcat
| ing them.
Don't be cut. Don't waste money on
! foolish salves, ointments, dilators, etc..
j but send today for a Free Trial of my
j internal method for the healing of Piles,
i No matter whether your case is rf
! long standing or recent development—
! whether it is occasional or permanent—
you should send for this tree trial treat
ment.
No matter where you live—no matter
what your age or occupation—if you
are troubled with plier-, my method will
relieve you promptly.
This libera! offer of free treatment is
too important, for you to neglect a sin
gle day. Write now. Send no money.
Simply mail the soupon—but do this now
—TODAY.
F REE PILE REMEDY
E. R. Page,
743C Page Bldjc., Marshall. Mich
Please send free trial of youi
Method to:
Monday
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December
DONT MISS IT
SEE PAGE 7
Wholesale Prices Going Up
OR PER
CO CENT
On China and Glassware
At
M'COY S
is being _
i investigation. Mrs. Daley is under sur
000 worth of bonds in the kitchen stove.
Others arrested are Merle Phillips, H. A.
Heed, Orville Phillips and T. A. Daiey,
in whose home, according to the police,
the robbery was planned. Daley's wife
ing held pending the outcome of the
veiliance because of her attempts to
shield Daley and II. A. Keed. alleged
ringleader of the plot. Bills of $10 de
nomination in bundles of $1,000. enough
to fill a regulation mail sack, were found
in the Daley chicken coop.
Buy Books From a Book Store
Not a Blacksmith shop. You will get better servioe and be waited on by
•salespeople who understand books and book Icre.
We have a popular line of copyrighted books
FOR $1.00 EACH
A full line of gift^and juvenile books which will make you glad.
CHAS. E. MORRIS CO.
STATIONERS
214 Centrai Avenue
Dealers Supplied by Our Wholesale Department
REDUCTIONS
Of 1-4 to 1-3 on
Christmas
Purchases
SPECIAL INDUCEMENT OF HOME FURNISHINGS!
Furniture Buyers — Here's your opportunity! To induce early buying we shall hold a
HOLIDAY SALE of high-grade dependable home furnishing, offering some unusually at
tractive inducements to those attending. Among the fine VALUES shown will be
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Royals are famous as
the "World's Easiest
Easy Chairs." No oth
er equally convenient
and artistic easy chairs
afford such perfect rest
and relaxation for tired
body and nerves.
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"PUSHJHEBUTTO#-BACK RECLINES
America's favorite rest eliairs, and nationally advertised and known
as
"The World's Easiest Easy Chair"
This sate gives everyone an opportunity to own one of these de
lightful chairs and many other needed articles, as highly attractive.
Cloth. Regular $65.00.
Sale Price
$40.00
The big outstanding
fer.ture of the Royal
Easy Chair is the fa
mous patented Push
button — conveniently
located in right arm of
chair. A slight finger
pressure on this button
releases the back, which,
with the weight of the
body, reclines to any
comfortable angle, or
automatically rises. The
back locks securely
when the finger is re
moved from the button.
0180 — Tapestry. $00.
Sale price ...$69.00
Special terms and Prices
Come to this sale today—sure. See Royals. See the patented
back-adjusting Push Button. "Push the Button—the Back Re
clines." These two features enable you to read, rest or sleep—to
enjoy yourself as in no other easy chair.
A fine assortment—huge values—attractive prices. Come and
sec for yourself— today.
Enables occupant to
change from sitting po
sition or vica versa
without leaving chair.
.Regular $60.00.. Sale.
Price
$39.00
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COY'S
CENTRAL AVENUE
Near Sixth Street
GENERATION FURNITURE
"WEARS A LIFETIME"
ßQYS CONFESS
STEALING AUTO
Minors Arrested at Choteau
Assert They Were Drunk
on Moonshine Whisky.
Offering the excuse that they had been
intoxicated, Arvin Woodhal and Joe
Klemens, both minors, admiited to Sher
iff J. P. Burns Saturday that they stole j
the automobile of S. J. Cowley Friday
night and {irove it to Choteau, where
they were arrested while in possession of
the machine. Before stealing the car,
they said, they became drunk on moon
shine whisky, which they had purchased
from a rancher whom they did not know.
The boys were arrested at midnight
Friday by Sheriff Martine of Teton coun
ty, after they had driven to Choteau
and inquired at a dance hall for two girls.
His suspicions aroused, Sheriff Martine
telephoned to Jailor James Dibb at the
police station to learn whether the ear
thev were driving was missing in Great
Falls.
Deputy Sheriffs W. E- Splan and E.
G. Horan brought the boys and the
automobile back to Great Falls Friday
morning. The automobile was apparent
ly undamaged.
Expect Many Entries
for Gun Club Shoot
A large number of Groat Falls scattor
gun men are expected at the trapshoot
to be staged by the Power City Gun
club at the traps near Earling park at
10 o'clock this (Sunday) morning. The
events will be for 10 day birds each.
Twenty-five chickens will be given as
prizes to the high gun men.
j
Football Star Back
in Great Falls High
Prospects for the Great Falls high
school football team next fall have
brightened with the return of Harry
Bryant who played fullback on the 1920
team. Bryant left for Augusta shortly
after the football season but has re
entered the high school here. Bryant is
a sophomore and has two years more of
football in the high school.
FUR OPPORTUNI
TY AT THE T. N.
YOUNG STORE
Tour chance to buy furs for the hol
idays at wholesale. Mr. Otto Hartman,
representing Yost Fur Co., of Detroit,
Mich., the well known Manufacturing
Furriers, has just wired me that he
will be here Monday, December 6, with
a large, representative stock of Fur
Coats, Scarfs, Throws, Shawls, Capes,
etc., all of the choicest and most select
furs, and if I would be content to take
a small commission he will offer all the
Furs at wholesale prices. Ile will pos
itively be here only one day, Monday,
December 6, as he has many other en
gagements to fill in other parts of the
state.
Buy your Furs now and save the re
tailers' profit. Will keep them for you
till the Holidays by making a deposit
on them now. This is your one-day
opportunity of the whole year. Be sure
and drop in and see the man who sells
the furs.—Adv.
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Dainty-Delicious Candies
Made of the choicest ingredients.
The ideal gift for Christmas—the
dainty gift for all times.
The Chocolate Shop
2 Fifth St. No.
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INTROUBLEAND
DONT KNOW IT"
The trouble with most of us today
is we are in trouble and don't know
it and never find it out until it is too
late, and by that time we are over at
tbe undertaking parlors being pre
pared to take the last ride. Well we
can postpone all of this if we take a
few of DR. OFFEKMAN'S CH5UO
PRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS.
DOCTOR OFFEKMAN'S SPECIAL
TY IS BEATING THE UNDERTAK
ER. SOME DOCTORS will tell you
your case is hopeless, others will tell you
to change climates, but after you take
one or two of THE DOCTOR'S CHIR
OPRACTIC ADJUSTMENTS you will
tell him that you are coining back to
morrow for another one and that you
realize that you have at last found the
real way of remedying the cause of your
disease and the road to HEALTH.
DOCTOR OFFERMAN DOES NOT
CARE HOW LONG you have had your
disease or of what nature it is. All
THAT HE WANTS IS A CHANCE to
show vou and the public what a good
CHIROPRACTOR with more SUCCESS
FUL experience than any other Chiro
practor doctor in the NORTHWEST
can do. REMEMBER HE HAS EIGH
TEEN YEARS' OF EXPERIENCE
and can give you the results that you are
looking for. YOU ARE looking for
health with as little expense as possible,
and 418% Central Avenue is the place to
get it.
Fully equipped X-Ray Laboratory.
Lady assistant.
, F. F.
41S% Central Avenue.
Phone 4G90

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