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ELKS TO HONOR
102 DEAD TODAY Annual Lodge of Sorrow Will Be Held at Palace Theater This Afternoon. The annual memorial service of the Elks lodge of Great Falls will be held this (Sunday) afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Palace theater. The memorial ad dress will be delivered by George W. Farr of Miles City, past exalted ruler of the Miles City lodge and past presi dent of the Elk's state association. Mr. Farr will arrive this afternoon from Butte. Opening ceremonies will be conducted by Exalted Ruler H. W. Benton and Thanatopsis will be read bv E. A. Bos siere. The invocation and benediction will be given by the Rev. Leo L. Totten, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. From 2:30 o'clock to 3 o'clock a musi cal program will be rendered by the Palace orchestra under the direction of Mnbelle C. Anderson. Services conducted today will honor the memorv of 102 departed brothers of the Great Falls Lodze No. 214 B. P. O. E.. nine of these being added during the last year. M SSM I % Gift xo tfoBatmlg Why fritter away your money on a number of individual gifts which by next Christmas will have no value except that they were gifts? Why not give the family, collectively, a thing they, can all enjoy for the next ten years? ✓ The New Edison "The Phonograph with a Soul" Every model, no matter how low in price, is encased in a period cabinet and is an exquisite piece of furniture. The New Edison is the supreme phonograph because it is the only one that can sustain the test of direct comparison with living artists. Come to our store. Close your eyes and listen and you will feel that the artists are in the room with you. Open your eyes and you will see a beautiful cabinet copied or adapted from some famous piece of old world furniture. Don't let terms stand in the wav. We don't make terms; we let you make them. GREAT FALLS PHONOGRAPH CO. 506 Central Phone 6262 «gart» Concerning Health Health is one of the priceless blessings a bounteous nature has be stowed on us. Without it life is a torment of sorrow, pain and worry; inefficiency, failure and poverty are the results and life becomes a mockery. "How can I get well?" "IIow can I keep well?" The questions are universal. Rich and poor alike have often voiced them. Therefore, this series of talk, of which this is one, will be read with interest by every one, the well and the sick. It will tell of the science of CHIROPRACTIC, which has pointed the way to health to thousands, many of whom had sought in vain for relief through medicine and surgery. Chiropractic (Ki-Ro-Prak-Tic) is drugless. By a method of scien tifically correct adjustments by hand, the cause of disease is removed and nature is enabled to restore diseased conditions to normal and health re sults. CHIROPRACTIC the better way to health is the logical health method of the times. If you are ailing isn't health worth a few moments of your time spent to investigate this science? Information gladly given personally, or send your name in and descriptive literature will be sent. Watch for other announcements in this series. DR. W. L. DITTO CHIROPRACTOR Office Phone 8381 Residence Thone 7233 15 i Third Street South, Breen Block. WENN UNBESTELLBAR, FUR DIE ARMEN, GOOD LABEL FOR GIFTS TO GERMANY Because of complaints received by the post office department from senders in the United States, in connection with f he return to them from Germany of "gift packages" which were undeliverable, Postmaster William Cluston Saturday received instructions to notify senders, who did not wish these packages re turned but rather to have them disposed of in Germany for the benefit of the needy, to mark these packages "Wenn unbestellbar, fud die Armen (when undeliverable, for the poor) or any words to that effect. Steiler Takes Place With Furniture Firm Oscar Steiler, for 15 years an employe of the B. and M. smelter in Great Falls, has resigned as employment agent at the smelter and has become bookkeeper for the Standard Furniture company, 414 First avenue south. Mr. Steller was presented with an automobile robe and a thermos bottle by a number of his associates at a party in his honor at the home of Roy La Motte Thursday night. There are no special restrictions or prohibitions, according to Mr. Cluston, on foodstuffs and personal effects that may be sent in "gift packages" which when undeliverable may be used for the suffering German people, except on ar ticles generally prohibited in parcel post to ail foreign countries and these articles are prohibited in parcel post to Germany whether they are sent in "gift packages or others. . . Restrictions and prohibitions princi pally relate to contents of packages which have been ordered by the ad dressee and are to be paid for by him. Billings Wants Cash for Rimrock Road Special to The Daily Tribune. Billings, Dec. 4.—The Billings real estate board will at once reauest the county commissioners to appropriate $15,000 for the construction of the pro posed Rimrock scenic road. Letting of contracts in time to secure completion of the road next summer will be urged. It is claimed the road, besides giving a magnificent view of the valley to pleasure drivers, would provide farmers on the "bench" north of the citv an easier ingress. Farmers of Northwest to Pool Wheat Crops of the Next Season Spokane, Dee. 4.—Organization of the Northwest Wheat Exchange to market the crop of members in Washington, Ore gon, Idaho and Montana is expected to be effected at a meeting to be held here in March, It was announced today by A. A. Elmore, president of the Washington Farmers union. He said the Washington and Idaho wheat growers' association and similar organizations planned in Montana and Oregon probably will be affiliated with the exchange and it is expected that 80, 000,00 to 50,000,000 bushels of wheat will be handled for members next season. The plan being followed at present by the Washington and Idaho Wheat Grow ers association, of selling bonds secured by warehouse receipts for wheat, will be employed to finance farmers during the harvest period, Mr. Elmore said. He declared that much interest ha-s been aroused among farmers of the west and northwest in the plan. He returned recently from Montana where he distrib uted plans for organizing the Montana wheat growers' association and he has been asked to explain the system at a meeting of the Kansas state farm bureau in February. ( A4T«rtU(*nie>(il XMAS BAZAAR The Annual Xmas Bazaar of the Baptist Ladies Aid Society will be held Dec. 10, 11 at Coy's Furniture Store. Fancy articles, fancy and practical aprons and home baking for sale. BROTHERHOOD RAILROAD TRAIN MAN MEETING NOTICE All members requested to be present at meeting this afternoon. Important business. P. E. Lamere, See. and Treas. BARKEMEYER SEED STORE Lower prices on poultry feed. BARKEMEYER' SEED STORE Lower prices on poultry feed. ELKS MEMORIAL Ail members and visiting brothers are requested to meet at our Temple on Sun day afternoon, Dec. 5, at 2:30 sharp, to march to the Palace Theatre, to attend our annual memorial service. The public is cordially invited. No charge. THE COMMITTEE. $5.00 PER MONTH AUTO STORAGE 1 We will store your auto in our large I brick warehouse, on dead storage basis, [ for a period of not less than three ! months for $5 per month. Why pay ! live storage rates when not using your I car during cold weather? Save $7.50 per j month. OVERLAND GREAT FALLS CO. ; 301 First Ave. No. Phone 9787 Bear Creek, Roundup and Sand Coulee. MONTANA COAL CO. PHONE 6835. DEATHS AND FUNERALS SPEGAR—The funeral of Mrs. Helen Spegar, wife of Mike Spegar, Sr.. of Beit will be held from the chapel of the T. F. O'Connor company at 9 o'clock Monday morning and at St. Ann's cathedral a« 9:30 o'clock. Interment will be in the family plot in Calvary cemetery. T. F. O'CONNOR PKDBRTAÏEBS ASP BMBAtMMI Aatoan*bU* Sarrlo« Prompt attention *t-r»n n nil ri*r nt-»Mon ealla. Lady nNMult. 191 C«nfcraJ in. Oml Wmtlm. Vane, Mt DEATHS AND FUNERALS CHAN EY—Livey J. Chaney, aged 56 years, of 420 Eighth avenue south, died in the city yesterday. The body is at the W, H. George company chapel. Ar rangements for the funeral will be an nounced later. N EI, SOX—The body of Car! T. Nelson will be taken from the W. H. George com pany chape] at noon today to the Nor wegian Lutheran church at Fairfield, where the funeral will be held at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon. The Rev. A. G. Lunde will officiate. Burial will be in the cemetery at Fairfield. Our superior talent has won for us the commendation of our clientele. The envi able reputation that we have won in this community is a busi ness asset we art proud to uphold. Ambulance Service Day and night phone 4235 W.H.GEORGE CO. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 4-17 MR5T AVENUE HOBTH MONTANA HENS WIN IN CHICAGO Poultry From This State Cleans Up Contests at National Show, Says Telegram. Montana poultry cleaned up in mag nificent fashion in some of the most hot ly contested classes of the great national poultry show in the Coliseum at Chicago December 1 to 0, according to a tele gram received on Saturday by Chester C. Davis, editor of The Montana Farmer. The wire was from Charles A Green field of Butte, who, with J. D. Teach of Helena, was in charge of the Montana exhibit at the Coliseum, and listed the Montana winnings against feathered ex hibits from coast to coast. Carload Sent from State. A full carload of poultry entered by Montana poultry fanciers left the state by express in charge of Mr. Greenfield and Mr. Veach on Thanksgiving day. Montana's showing in the Coliseum ex position was made possible by the finan cial support given the project by The Montana Farmer of Great Fall?, thf official paper of the Montana Poultry Bu-eders' association. Moiftana's winnings as reported by Mr. G'cpnffeld, include: F. A. Grace, Helena, Black Orpingtons, second, cock; third, hen; fifth, cockerel; third and fourth, pullet; second, old pen; second, young pen. Butte Cockerels Win. C. A. Greenfield, Butte, on Silver Spangled Hamburgs, first, cockerel; first and second, pullet; on Blue Andaîusians, first pen and fifth cockerel. Lloyd Chezem, Helena, on Rose Comb Anconas, first, cockerel. Robert Martin, Billings, on Buff Ply mouth Rocks, first pen, Ed Lehman, Butte, on Buff Leghorns, first pen. R. E. Theinhardt, Helena, on Dark Cornish, second, pullet; second, pen. J. L. Dorsh, Butte, first, game bantam. Charles Buck, Stevensville, in Part ridge Plymouth Rocks, second, hen. L. A. Holt, Stevensville, on Rhode < Advertisement*) B. P. 0. ELKS NO. 214 Regular business meeting Monday, Dec. 6 at 8 p. m. Visiting Brothers Fraternally welcome. II. W. Benton, E. R. Chas. Wegner, Sec. MACCABEES DANCE Maccabees social dance at K. of P. hall, Friday, Dec. 10. 55c admission. Extra ladies, 25c- Good music. NOTICE! Anyone having any outstanding bills against The Cooper Grocery Co. please present them to Smurro Bros., 1701 Central Ave. on or before Dec. 24, 1920. SMURRO BROS. POTATOES $1-85 per cwt. at 123 Central. Fone 6004 TAXIDERMIST, TANNER, FURRIER We make new furs and repair old ones. Send in your trophies to be mounted Frank Lemmer, 1001 Centrai, Great Falls. WALLACE SCHOOL OF DANCING Modern Ballroom and Ballet Dancing. Classes for 'adults and children. Phone 4347, Odeon. YOUR NAME will bring a Christmas surprise. Box ; 253 Kalispell, Mont. Fred Knight, chimney sweep. Fone 9542 Wilber Transfer Co. COAL Phone 5917 COTTONSEED CAKE Write, wire or telephone if wire or teiepnone it in the I market for carloads or less. Devine audi Asselstine, Great Falls, Montana. Box , 1556. WYOMING COAL LUMP OR EGG W. It. GRAY. Phone 0804. DANCING CLASS FOR CHILDREN Fortnightly Club members have re quested children's ballroom class. Witt start Saturday, 1 p. m. Wallace School of Dancing. RENT A FCRD Drive It Yourself Auto Co., at Pierse'a Garage. Phone 9S14. Fone 9767. Garbage and ashes re moved on short notice.—Adv. CROWN JEWELRY CO. Now located two doors west of old location. 221 Central Ave. ROUNDUP AND CARBON COAL Weideuian Coal & Feed. Phone 4019. "GOLD FiSH Both common and fancy, large assort ment of bowls, castles, etc. BRIDGEMAN DRUG CO. NOTICE Live storage for cars, .$10 per month. Great Falls Welling Co. '®î 7m iÉiœHi ail [V te acut £ ^0 Between Feasting and Fasting Stands i i f«l 1 \T ' Wt)t êmlbatton LET US HELP OUR OWN Do Your Bit In This Week's Drive for Funds. The More You In vestigate S. A. Work the More Disposed You Will Be to Give. This Adv. Donated by Flaherty & Parra W Ci) 17*. G M, il %ik É Island Whites, first, cock; second and fifth, cockerel; second, pullet. W V. Wellman, Helena, on Single Comb Anconas, fourth, pullet. Plymouth Rocks from Helena. J. D. Veach, Helena, on Dark Barred Plymouth Rocks, first, cockerel and third pullet; on single comb Rhode Island Reds, fifth, pullet and fourth, young pen; on Rose Comb Rhode Island Reds, first, hen; on bronze turkeys, fourth, old torn; fifth, young torn. D. I. Doig, Sixteen, on Brown Leg i horns, fourth, cockerel and third, young I pen, light mating und third, young pen, and fourth, hen, dark mating. ' ' Postoffice Boxes' Rental Will Go Up In increase in box rents at the Great Falls postoffice will become effective January 1, according to instructions re ceived Saturday by Postmaster William Cluston from the postoffice department. Box rentals ure scheduled on a slid ing scale, based upon the postal receipts of individual offices. Small lock boxes which have been 75 cents a month will be SI; medium boxes which have been .$1 will be §1.50j_ small drawers will be $2 instead of $1.50 and large drawers will be $3 instead cf $2. There has not been an illegitimate birth for 40 years on the Cherokee In dian reservation. r«rî m 1 d S m w, i 1 & m 7/' ti y/fa Jetoelrp fej The y? Christmas Gift of Permanence ft; ENDURING satisfaction, maximum enjoyment and fond remem brance mark the gift of Jewelry at Christmas. Our holiday stock of jewelry is now complete. \im >;/ FOR HIM— CUFF LINKS TIE PINS WATCHES WALBEMAR CHAINS CHARMS RINGS CARD CASES KNIVES FOR HER - PEARLS WRIST WATCHES RINGS BROOCHES LA VALUERS VANITY CASES MESH BAGS LINGERIE CLASPS Ufr, M Hi m P Vf/, m-.' r h*«» H. W. BENTON m. 'IU\N N , w! f : w JEWELER 415 Central Avenue. % E1 1 : Phone 6953 pm m - r- v ,v PRICE OF FLOUR UP $1.25 PER B ARREL Following Advance in Wheat Quotations, Mill Product Goes Higher. The wholesale price of hard wheat i flour iu Great Falls has been advanced I i 25 a barrel since the minimum price o£ g 8 . 25 was reac hed about two weeks ' .. , „ , . nj;o. th? change following a steady rise in tbe price of wheat which began about 10 days ago. The Royal Milling com pany offices here Saturday announced e price of $0.50 a barrel on Rex and other brands of Montana hard wheat flour. No change has been made by any of UM wm S \.-y *-j I mis k 1 mm the retail dealers as most: of them h • T not dropped flour to conform with tho lowest price reached. When h ;, ^J wheat flour was wholesaling jat Sfj._.> retail dealers 'laii the price of $•> it hundred or $2.(Ml v 4!) pound sack ind so they will hold to this price in spite of thé wholesale advance. — — n Rotary Club Members Will Attend Church Members of the Rotary club will this (Sunday) evening attend in a body the services at the First Methodist church, at which the Rev. A. G. Bennett will preach on "health week," which will be gin today. Uruguay, Brazil and Argentina have combined to develop the water power of the Uruguay river.