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Osse Cent Per Word ! w __ inwiHDM Ik, llfiOND INSERTION I MINIMUM Kb TO AVOID BOOKKISHNO CASH 8 H OUI.» ACCOMPANY ORDIM. »OÄTT CEXTS FEB UNE PF, R WEE* (COUNT SIX WOÄDS TO THB LINK). 9 IM FEB UNE PEE MONTH. FIRST IN8EBTION, MINIMPM He, BECOND INSEBTIO« » —» BEAI ESTATE BEAli ESTATE FOR SALE—5-room strictly mode rn bungulow, on north side. Price $4 ,950, easy terms. Will take good aut o as part of first payment. 80-acre relinquishment, 20 miles from Great Falls, 1% miles from sta tion. Price $300. Abstracts of Tltl» and Fire Insurance PHONE 4304 C. H. McLEAH Real Estate Loans and Rentals _ T .,_ NO. 5 FIRST NATIONAL, BANK BUILDING. We are offering for quick sale splendid Mix-room modern bungalow. Close in on Second avenue north in walking distance. Small cash payment. Bal ance monthly. This is a snap. H. H. STANLEY COMPANY Real Estate, Loans. First Nat'l. Bank Surety Bonds—Fone 4355 Five -room modern bungalow, garage, full lot on Third avenue north. Trade for something better closer in. Brick Apartment, with 2 store rooms; close in, north side, on pavement. Good income. Sell or trade for good hay ranch. FRARY & EURLMGAME Established 1890 Real Estate, Bonds, Investments, Rentals, Loans. Insurance. , First National Bank Building. Phone 4179. LOTS! LOTS! leduas&rm! Si&ss, Bmihess Loti Tr&ckag® Residence Lots in all parts of the city— with Water, Sewer, Cement Walks, Boulevard* TERMS 1-8 Cash, 1-3 in 1 year, 1-8 in 2 years 7 Per Cent Interest on Deferred Payments The Gire&ft Falls Tewmte Co. 9Vè Third Street South—First National Bank Building ©e G®», SïïaCc FairinmSj City Property, LO&KS SmisMir&inie®?, We have a number of houses for sale. Let us show them to you. FOR RENT—Two store buildings on First avenue south. Best of location, 121/2 ft. front and 25 ft. front. GET UNDER COVER In spite of falling prices the almighty dollar is still over worked. Make sure that you will keep YOUR stream of dollars flowing in. Protect yourself by a disability policy with us. It insures you against loss of time and money caused by sickness or accident. Rcomra 3, IBirecnn BMg. Phoiae 4331 FOB SALE—FUR.-riTUKE A~KITCHEN cabinet. Monarch range and heater for sale today at 309 Second- ave. southwest. Phon e "871. TWO-burner oil stove for sale. 1014 Fifth ave._north. ÖNH Mahogany library table, Queen Ann design. 20 3 Bl ackstone. Fone 748d. DINING table, chairs," library table ice box, 2 rockers, 2 dressers, chiffonier bed and springs, boy s sled. lt>lo Tliirü avenue nortlv. __ LARGË Victrola and five dozen Records. Cheap. Phone 559 2. VERY reasonable kitchen cabinet. Call 1001 Fifth avenue north. FOR SÄLE— Rugs and furniture; also girl's bicycle, good as new. 925 Fourth ave. north. Call after 6 p. m. BUFFET, 2301 First ave. no. Fone 5228. SEWING machine, mirrors and other household furniture. Furniture re paired and upholstered, cratmg, pack ing and resllverlng mirrors. Montana Repair and Upholster Co., 925 Second ave. south. Phone 6678. LIKE NEW -kitchen cabinet, Englander couch, breakfast table. 1005 Seventh avenue north^ FOR SÄLE— 1 Clark Jewel gas stove, 1 range. 2814 Second ave. north. GAS and - electric stoves, carpets, beds, dressers, chairs and other articles, 417 Fourth ave. n orth. FURNITURE and nine rugs, men's, women's and children's clothing, real cheap. 309 Fifth street south. HOUSEHOLD furniture 912 Seventh avenue south. WANTED— MISCELt»SEOCS 8 OR 10 FOOT store counter. .H. H. McCole. WE BUY or sell. Furniture Exchange, Fone 9746. 109 Third st. south. SELlTTt" to Brown—Second hand goods. Phon e 81 28. WANTED TO BUY—One 1913 model top block of Case automobile; will pay good if satisfactory. 17 Fifth St. N. W. WANTED—Seconu-nand lurniture. Me tropolit aniyi"lwa£eCo_JÎ]one4360. WANTED—Second-hand turnltura at att kind» We pay cash. Fun« SMa. I, fcni»b»rc Furnitur» Co. WE ARE now In the market for aecond hand furniture. Stoves, range* and cooda of ail description. Highest cash price paid. Enterprise Furniture Co. Phone 7*04. MONEY TO I04S WANTED $1000 and $3500 loans. First mortgage on new improved city prop erty. 3 Dunn Block. ÖÖNEY~to loan on city property. Mld klff-Spaldlng Co.. 209Centra, ave. 62 000 TO LOAN on unprovec. city pro Hickman. 324 Cenjxil «venue. perty. PERSONA*.. mam , age 35; desires to hear from lady. Sox 489, Great Falls. / FOR SALE—HOUSES »-ROOM house, sewer connections, only j $1500; easy term s. 3 Dunn Block. j FÖUR-room house, modern, w.th or with- j out furniture. Phone ES 4S. $500 CASH west side lot; shack, water and sewage on lot. Box 36 T ribune . FOR SALE BY OWNER—Nine room | lake front home. 120 acres laud, 10 acres orange grove, large trees, one half mile to postoffice. Price $4,500. Ad dress S. F. King, Interlachen, Florida. FOR SALE— or trade, 4-room partly modern house and garage. 701 21st St. _ No. FIVE-ROOM bungalow, fully modern, hot water heat; garage. Academy dis trict. Terms Apply owner 2501 Central. FOR SALE—Four-room house, five lots. 1 mile north of smelter. Price $760, one-half cash. Apply, Great Falls Weld ing Co. FOR SALE—Six room house; a real h orn e. Phone 8939. NICE three-room bungalow for sale cheap by owner. Cozy, comfortable home for a smajl family; full basement, full lot. 1209 Eighth ave. south. FOR WALE —RE A1. BSTAT» DESIRABLE building lot, 26th street and Central ave., $900. Terms. Apply to owner, 2501 Central. 19 ACRES on" Sun river, 4 miles from Rainbow hotel; buildings and good well; $4 ,000. 1205 6th Ave. No. LOST AN!) rOt 'XP LOST—Blue veil on First or Second avenue north. Reward. Miss Shafer, High school. LOST Saturday brown leather grip, con taining wrestling suit and red sweater. 1700 Eleventh ave . sout h. P h one 873 6. SPECIAL NOTICES NOTICE—Persons holding keys of 611 Sixth street south pay rent or remove furniture. Mrs. R. Mansfield. FOB RKST -MMCÏttASIOC» MASQUERADE SUETS for rent at the Correct Cleaners^ GARAGE for small car, at 215 2nd Ave. No. GARAGE, 211 Third avenue north. LARGE garage. 1615% Third avenue north. So. GARAGE—1010_3rtf Ave. UNUSUALLY large garage for rent. Chelsea Apts., Fifth avenue north and 11th street. FOR RENT—Three desirable office suites in Dunn block. Inquire at Room X. AUTOS WANTED. WANTED—Used five passenger Ford car in good shape. State price. Self starter. Apply E. E. Sweltzer, Park Hotel. HELP WASTED —FEMALE A COMPETENT girl for general house work in small family. No washlns, 1108 First ave. north. COMPETENT girl for general house work, 221 Fourth ave._ north. WANTED by December 15, competen. maid for general housework. Mrs. Robert Nathan, 216 Thi rd ave. north. WANTED"high school girl to work for room and board, 1 311 F i fth ave. n or th. COMPETENT girl for general house work. 424 Fifth street north. COMPETENT maid for general house work. 737 Fourth avenue north MAN AND WIFE to rent restaurant, furnished, out of town. H. E. Bry an t> 119 Cent ral. LADY"To care for three children. For particulars inquire ftt 621 ^4 w Eleventh street north. WANTED-trained nurse to run small hospital. Everything furnished. Address Doctor, Box 23 Tr ibune. WAN TE D^Co m pet e nt woman for house work. Phone 7838. HELP W ANTES— MALE WANTED~~an elderly gentleman to do chores on ranch for board and room. 612 Second ave. south. The Manning House. WANTED—A mine superintefident for a strong, new company offering big opportunities. Fine chance to get in on the start. Should be around 30, alive and able to get men and control them. Must be able to produce results Give references, age, salary desired and all other vital Information in first letter. Box 37 Tribune. WANTED—Boy, 17 or over, for store work. Albrecht's 111 Central avenue. MEN Do You Want to Increase Your Earning Capacity? You can increase your present wage many times, by training yourself in one of the many trades in the automo bile and tractor business. Pick out one of the following trades and write us about further particulars. Automo bile and tractor repairing and operat ing, battery repairing, recharging and rebuilding, Oxy Acetyline welding and brazing, vulcanizing and retread, ng, also special Ignition and electrical courses. We are one of the few schools who teach the practical shop ™ e th ods. Our rates are more reasonable and our courses better and more com plete than most schools. A letter ad dresses to us today might mean the turning point on the road to success. Hemphills' Trade Schools, Inc., 707 Hawthorne avenue, Portland, Oreg on. 1 LEARN AUTO, tractor and airplane me chanics, welding, vulcanizing. Prac tical training. Four big schools. Free 100-page catalog. Special low rates. Write today. Modern Automobile & Tractor School, Dept. 92, 1803 Third I avenue, Spokane. Wash. ! SEE YMCA"AUT0 SCHOOL, Los Ange les. None better. Start right. SITUATIONS WANTED— MALE ÖT j D™MA n T honest, industrious and energetic wants work. R. Cameron, Clayton. Gen. Del. UNIVERSITY graduate desires position with possibilities for advancement. Box 42 Tribune. POSITION in general store, grocery pre ferred. Young man, 15 years experience. Box 34 Tribune. BOOKKEEPING, office or store work wanted by well qualified man living in the city. Permanent position de sired. ^Address box 31 Tribune . WINDOW cleaning, outside or inside; also kalsomining; hardwood J'° ors butified. Leave orders. Phone 8426. RELIABLE young man, capable of tak ing care of and driving team_ or truck, wants work of any kind . 35 Tribune. ALL -AROUND" blacksmith, horseshoer and railroad man, wants work at once. Jas. Patterson, Hopp, Mon t. WANTED—Small *et of books to keep, evenings. Box 17, Tribune. SITUATION WANTED—FEMALE RÊlTlÂSlÊ woman wants day work. Phone 7232. WANTED position as housekeeper for widow or bachelor. Box 4 5 Tribu ne. LAUNDRESS ■wants" day work or bundles. Phone 5383. WANTED by high school senior after noon and Saturday work. Stenography preferre d. Box 4 3 Tribune. WASHING wanted, 40c a dozen rough; 80c finished. Write 712 Fourth st. south. WOMAN with four-year-old child wants work in rooming house or cooking for men in town. B ox 38 Tribune. CARE for children evenings. Phone S049. WASHING and ironin g. P hone 4168. WANTED Extra set of books to keep by competent bookkeeper. Refer ences furnished. Box 25 T ribune. WANTED—Position by bookkeeper and typist, experienced in all branches of office routine. References. Box 26 Tribune. DAY WORK wan ted. Phone 7792. FIRST class day work. Phone 68S9. WANT day work. Phone 6002. IRONING by day. Phone 5689. DAY WORK wanted. Phone 5829. FILING clerk wants position. Box 13, Tribune. WASHING WANTED. Phone 7046. WANTED—SALESMEN SALESMEN—Some western territory still open. Side line on commission. Trade established, known everywhere. State particulars in first letter. H. J. Justin & Sons, the celebrated Cowboy Bootmakers, Nocona. _Texas. BOARD AMI COOM GOOD BÔ' a RD, CO m f o r ta bl e rooms; pleasant and homelike, $35. 319 Fourth avenue south. MODERN rooms; first class board, $i0.50 per week. 614 First ave. north. BOARD and room in private family. 626 First ave. north. TO TBADH. TRADE 6-cylinder car for south or west side properly. Fone 6728 after 4:30 p. m. CLEAR quarter section two miles from town, valued at $16 per acre to trade for city home. Interstate Realty, 208% Central. COAST "country—40 acres easily cleared, $1500.00. 4 business lots, $1000.00, sell or trade one or both for Great Falls house or lots. 201 Sixth avenue S. W., P u y a 11 up, Wash. LET US trade what you have for what you want. Anything, anywhere. Wat son Land Co., 121% Centra? avenue. WILL trade Overland l^lght Six, Model 85, for 6,000 shares Greater Wyoming oil stock. I*. O. Box 611. BUSINESS CHANCE» ^ FOR SALE at invoice price, small grocery store, with living rooms. Owner leaving city. Box 44 Tribune. MILLINERY business for sale; good lo cation. Must sell out for I have to leave on account of poor health. Will sell out at a reasonable price if sold at once. Mrs. L. E. Geler, Box 232, Bear Creek, Mont. FOR SALE—Half interest in barber shop, pool hall and building. Good business proposition. A. P. Nett, Augus ta, M ont. 27-ROOM hotel, all modern, for sale very reasonable. P. O. Box 215, Cas cade. NEW AND reflnished pocket and bil liard tables, billard and bowling sup plies. Brunswick phonographs and records; Brunswick tires and tubes. Brunswlek-Balke-Collender Co. L. S. Bacharach, Agent, 64, JH. Galena JSt., Butte, Mont. PLEASE NOTE— We &o not char*» 'Classified advertisement» to resident* addresses. FCKXISHED BOOMS MODERN furnished room in private home. 219 Second ave. norths ROOM—Ge ntle man. 414 8 eco~nd ave. no. ROOMS for rent. 616 Second ave. north. ROOM, suitable for two- gentlemen. Call 1001 Fifth ave. north. STEAM heatéd "rooms, $2.50 and up. _ Palace^ Hotel, 307 Fif th street south. FURNISHED modern front room, 416 Fourth ave. south. MODERN steam-heated rooms. 424 5th Ave. No. FURNISHED three upstairs modern rooms. Rent very reasonable. Close to car line. 1801 7th Ave. No. MODERN furnished room, desirable lo cation. 606 6th St. No. MODERN room. 726 Fourth ave. south. MODERN furnished First ave. north. front room. 707 NICELY furnished and warm rooms. 719 Third avenu e sout h. Ph on e 7557 . FURNISHED front room, In private residence; modern. 106 Second avenue nor th. P hone 7979. CLINE, rooms. 209 Second avenue nor th. MÔDË RN~rootn . 818 Third avenue N o. ROOM, gentleman. 414 Second avenue north. FURNISHED room. 906 Third Ave. N. HOUSEKEEPING BOOMS HOUSEKEEPING room for rent. 904 Central avenue. TWO-room housekeeping suite for rent. 1717 Third ave. north. Phone 8313. TWO housekeeping rooms vacant today. 1014 Fifth ave. north. FURNISHED housekeeping rooms. Fifth ave. south. 509 TWO small rooms furnished, upstairs, $10 per month. 517 Ele venth at. sou th. 2 MODERN furnished housekeeping rooms; lights, heat, $20 month, 413% Third street south. HOUSEKEEPING roo ms. 615 6t h St. No. HOUSEKEEPING—Meurlce. 520 First avenue north. FOR KENT— FCBNISHK» HOPSES FOR RENT—4-room furnished house, 817 Seventh ave . so uth. FOUR-ROOM furnished house, close in. A, Kaimberg, 5 Sixth street north. TWO-ROOM house, furnished; suitable for bachelors, 509 Twentieth street north. Apply 2116 Sixth avenue north. Rent $10 6-ROOM very modern "bungalow. $60 per month; three months in advance; from six to 12 months lease, as desired. 3217 Central avenue. 3217 Central avenue. FOR RENT—UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT—Duplex unfurnished house. 4 good rooms each, $10 each or $17 for both, to one responsible party. Nearly new. Snap. Ninth ave. so. Ninteenth st. Byrne & O'Neil Lbr. Co. Fone 6185. THREE-ro'om house. Inquire 708 Fourth avenue south. FOR Rcn; for limited time, bungalow at 112 Twenty-fourth st. north. Only de sirable couple with no children need apply. Phone 6549. MODERN 6-room house for rent. In quire Charles Landgren^ 70SVî Second avenue south. Ph one 78 57§ 5^R OO M ~bu n ça 1 o w, 2 lots. Boston Heights 3 Dunn Block. 2 ROOM"house.""inquire 510 Fifth av. so. ONE" 4-room house, inquire 706 First avenue southwest . SMALL hous e ch eap. 707 Thir d St. So. SIX room house. 303 8t h Ave. S o. FOR RENT—Unfurnished house. 2i21 Sixth ave. north. Call 1016 Fourth ave. north. Plione 9755, FOR RENT or Sale, one modern five room bungalow, and one modern four room bungalow, west side. 415 Ford Bldg. Fone 9582. FURNISHED APARTMENT* 2 ROOMS, strictly modern, steam heat, electric range, janitor service, $30 monthly. Fiat I ron, West slde. . TWO large, sunny rooms with bath; reasonable. Call afternoons at 1006 E I gh th__a ve. nor th. NÊWLY furnished 2-room apartment; modern convenience; block from school. $30. 607% Fifteenth street north. BASEMENT apartment, modern, steam heat, $20. C all 800 Sev enth st. south. CLUB ROOMS for men; modern. 615 Fifth avenue north. TWO or - three modern furnished bunga low apartments; rent reasonable. 613 Twelfth street north. FOUR partly furnished rooms. 1116 Seventh ave. N. 1% b locks t o car line. CN FURNISH ED APARTMENT» FIVE room, corner 2nd Ave. No. and 8th St. 312 First National Bank Bldg. J. P. Tralnor. WANTED—TO «KNT RELIABLE young couple, best refer ences, want to rent furnished house. 30 Tribune. FARMS AND RELINQUISHMENTS OPPOTUNITY for real farmer with little money. A 10.3 acre, nine years old. irrigated, commercial apple or chard Famous Kennewick district, state of Washington. Can be bought by small payment down, balance crop payment. Inquire, P. O. Box 11^1, Great Falls, or phone 6887. WANTED—Quarter or half section farm land, cheap for cash. Iiox 19, Tribune. Causaidlasvna Paicsfic L&ndis Reduced rates to settlers. Apply or write us. IVfldlciff fcpalding i^o., 209% Central Ave. LIVESTOCK. Mrs. At FOR SALE—Three geldings wood, Vaughn, Mont. SOWS FOR SALE—We have 15 Duroc Jersey spring sows for sale; all are with "pig. Inquire 314 Ford Bldg. Phone 6557. _ FOR "SALE—One April and one 2-year old registered Duroc -Jersey boar. L. G. Passmore & Sons, Farmington, M(>nt FOR SALE Ouc 7-month old Poland China boar, registered, took ^ second prize state fair. Inquire "V\olfgang Rouning, Stockett, Mo nt. POULTRY AND EGOS. THOROUGHBRED R. I. Reds roosters; White Leghorn pullets. 726 Ce ntral a v. RANCH raised, thoroughbred S. C. White Leghorn cockerels and pullets at $1.50 each. Edd F. Helmers, Monarc h, Mont. HAY AND PASTUBE PASTURËTfor rent; horses $2. per month. Running water. Ranch, Fife, Mont. R. S. O'Day. 320 ACRES fine grazing; good shelter; 18 miles up Sun River; 35 tons hay, $600. 8 Twelfth street north. 100 TONS of No. 1 alfalfa; 50 tons oat straw; 640 acres of pasture; fine shel ter, water, care of stock free, $1250. 4 miles south of Ulm. W. F. Bills, Orr, Mont. AUTOS FOB SALE. FOR SALE Ford touring, 1915 model, $165. Brown, 117 Third st. south. TO TRADE for a good, used car, forty acres of Minnesota land, no mortgage. Car must be worth $600. F. S. Kings bury, Cheater , Mont . FOR SALE—Or will trade for auto, one 3-room and ope 2-room house, barn, chicken coup, fencing. Located about 10 blocks from Central ave. on a 5-acre tract. 806 Central FORD touring car 1917 model. In first class condition, $225. Bargain. 15 Third street south. CARLOAD Ford touring cars, and trucks for sale at reduced prices. Tourthg cars fully equipped, $597. Trucks with pneumatic tires $625. F. O. B. Fort Benton. Mont. C. W. Schmid t & Co . DODGE roadster for sale, $350.00; will trade for cattle. Owen Strecker, Con rad, Montana. FOR SALE—1917 Ford touring car, tires motor and body in good condition for $250. 1305 Fourth avenue south. FIVE-PASSENGER Buick $650; five passenger Buick $850; 1919 Ford sedan $650; Ford roadster $300; Ford touring car $275; Velle four-passenger $6^; Cole Eight seven -passenger $800. West ern M«tor Co. __ REAL BARGAINS. WE MUST SACRIFICE for floor space In our garage two five -passenger cars. They are overhauled and painted. Oau and see them. W. H. George Co. ONE-TON Smith Form-A-Truck, 1%-ton Denby truck and two-ton \\ hue truck. 617 Central avenue. DODGE roadster, $560.00 CHALMERS touring; Hot Spot motor. LEXINGTON, closed car. THURSTON MOTOR CO., 314 First avenue north. USED CAR BARGAINS BRISCOE TOURING—A 3-speed light car ready for the road. Why take the street car or walk to your work when you can ride in this economical car for $200.00. , , . FORD sedan, top and upholstery In splendid condition, new tires, »nock absorbers, vacuum tank, new differ ential gears, large wheel, foot accelera tor, motor develops maximum power. OVERLAND Model 90 touring. Here is a light car ready for the road which will stand lots of abuse. REO touring, overhauled, reflnished, new tires. . 1919 FORD roadster. We have put this car in the "pink" of mechanical con dition and taken the drop in price as W OVERLAND-GREAT FALLS CO. 30 1 First Avenue North—Phone 9787. BUICK Six, four new tires. Make your own price. Call sample room 11, Raln bow Ho te l. • NEW FORD, Sedan Motor Co. body. McKinney DODGE^touring car good condition $450 OVERLAND Top Delivery, Model 90, $375.00 t ^ FORD delivery truck, Just overhauled, $300,00. Liberty bonds accepted at par in pay ment. Call 6416 or 216 Ford Bldg. NEW VELIE SIX, used two months. Owner deceased. Relatives leaving state $500 less than cost. May be seen at Plerse Garage. FOR SALE—One Velle car in good con dition. Inquire 3. B. Long A Co. Bank Bldg. dition. Inquire 3. B. Long A 801 First National Bank Bldg. __ FOR SALE—MISCELLANEOUS OFFICE DESK, $40; cash register, $150; Dalton adding machine, $150; safe $85. 119 Central. • FOR SALE—Reed baby buggy in good condition. 18 14 Se cond ave. nort h. FOR SÄLE— Baby buggy, nearly new. Pone 4697. 1709 Fourth ave. north. FOR SALE—Good uncalled for clothes at the Correct Cl eane rs. PEDIGREED Boston Terrier puppies, cheap. 1221 Ninth ave. so. Ca ll mornings. BABY reed go-cart, in good condition. Reasonable.^ 2220 Six th a ve. nort h. GOOD overcoat, size 38, brown, belted style, $20. Call between 10 a. m. and 5 p. m. 2026 Sixth ave. north. AIRDALE PUPS, thoroughbred, regis tered, 3 months old. An ideal present for the children. Very reasonable. 812 Second av e. so uth. RÙGS.towl e s , pillow cases, dishes, bed clothes, 4 Ninteenth street north. FOR SALE—Motion picture outfit, com plete; power 6. Address box 54, Moccas sln, Mont. MEN'S overcoats, mackinaws, sweaters, hats, caps, a.nd shoes at less than half price. The Bargain Store, 13% Second Street south. Ä"GÖÖD looking set of furs, almost new. They are of high grade and very rea sonable. Apply Bo x 40 T ribune. AIR Compressor and Curtis tank, with fitting s. $45. Box 41 T ri bune. GASOLINE curb pump and 5-bbl tank electric »ght, $200. Box 41 Tribune. WILL RENT good Singer sewing ma chiine very reasonably. Phone 5288. 1620 Central avenue. QMS coaS wagoim iFor sale, "ister Coal Co. FOR SALE—Office furniture, desks, etc.; also shop equipment including 30 ton overhead crane, drill press, forge, re pair racks, etc. Hart-Parr Co. Second street south and Fourth avenue. MAKE your stove a gas stove. Twice the heat without coal or wood. Cook and heat with the Instant Gas Oil Burner. Phone 5384. DIAMOND ring. Hv Kr. Snap for quick sale. Interstate Realt y. 2 08*4 Central. FOR SALE—100 doz. ladles' pure silk and fibre hose, assorted shades, 6 pairs for $3.60. Room 8 Cor y B lock LARGE SAFE—including full-sized In ner steel money box, weight about five thousand. Box 27 Tribune. AN $800 Matthews full automatic 1 K. W. farm lighting plant. This plant never been creed; guaranteed in every respect. $600 if taken before Jan. 1. Matthews farm lighting plant, 1 k. w. has been in on replacement. Price 4 used Taken in on replacement. Price $200." Great Falls Electric Supply Co., . 4^6 Central avenue. FOR SALE—Mink muff, Phon e 96 67 . CLOSING OUT SALE OF U. S. ARMY AND NAVY GOODS Wo have a full line of army and navy, new and salvage stock at attractive bargains. We also have a. fine line of civilan clothing all renovated, guns, etc. at the Army Goods Store, 205 First ave. so TOGEKY SHOP NO. 2 CHOICE— Silver Black Breeding Foxes, instructions. Reld Bros., Bothweil, On tario, Canada; ONE mounted buffaio head and one buffalo hide for sale. Great Falls Meat Co KELLY SPRINGFIELD tires In Ford sizes. Will sell my small stock 1 at good discount for cash. Need the money. Peterson Grocery, 501 Eight ave. south. FOR" SALE— 1 Smith Form-a-truck, $250; 1 "Enterprise" sausage machine, $100. All above mentioned articles in good condition. Inquire Great Fall» Meat Co.. 810 Central Ave. HONEY FOE SALE. SWEET CLOVER HONEY, prepaid to Montana postoffices. 10 pound pail $3.26; 6 pound pall, $1.70. .Clark W. Alton, Bis Timber. Moat. Pr®ffe§ÀŒidl amd Merdhiamdkmg CALL IN OB CALL UF ] (CLASSIFIED) CALL IN OB CALL UT j . ACCOUNTANTS WM. B. FINLAY. C. P. A. 203 Rocky Mountain Fire Ins. Block. Fon< 4663 FRED H. MUND, certified publlo *o countant. Fone 6138. V. O. Bo>: 1298. Great Falls. Montana. WILSON-CLARK & CO., certified publie accountants, one 9799. 76-77 Stunton Bank Building. Great Falls. Montana. CHIROPRACTIC Drs. O'Connell, Stanton Bank Bldg. 4626. Dr. Offerman. Fone 469 0. 418* Central. DR. W L. DITTO. Breeii Blk. Fone 83SL . DRESSMAKING WANTED—Sewing at home. 507 Second avenue north. SEWING done at home, including nien^s shirts. 706 Eighth ave. no^ Fone 687". ALL kinds of dressmaking. Reasonble prices. 217 Third Ave. No. Phone 8033. DOLLS dressed. 710% Tenth str eet" south. DRESSMAKING. 1800 Second avenue north. Phone 8872. . DRESSMAKING, remodeling," coats re lined, etc. 15 Sixth street south. DRESSMAKING at home or "by the | hour. 505 Fifth avenue south. Phone 7525. WANTED sewing DRESSMAKING—Call 5389. Ave. No. 1700 Sixth ave. north. 17 6th SEWING— Men'B shirts especially. Fone 9710. HEMstltchlng Mrs. Hebener , 411 4~av e no. SANITARIUM SANITARIUM. 709 north. Phone 9581. Seventh avenue serves the right to rejec^. any auu an bids. Address bids to county clerk, Great Falls, Montana, marked Medl cal Bids." 3 4 By order of the board of county com missioners. 1 JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. LEGAL ADVERTISING, NOTICE TO PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS. Notice is hereby given, that the board of county commissioners of Cascade county, Montana, will receive bids up to 11:30 o'clock a. m. on Saturday, De cember 11th, 1920, for medical and sur frlcäl care and attendance, the furnish ng of all medicines, medical and sur gical supplies and appliances needed or required for the needy poor, sick and disabled of Cascade county, for the year beginning January 1st, 1921, and ending December 31st, 1921, bids to be accom panied with a certified check, payable to the treasurer of Cascade county, In the sum of $50.00, as evidence of good faith, said check to be forfeited to Cascade county, in case of failure to enter into contract by the physician or surgeon to whom award is made. The board re serves the right to rejeeg. any^ and ail ned kTWoffice *ëf the"county "clerk. All bids must be accompanied bv certified check on some bank in the city of Great Fail* in the sum of 10 per cent of the NOIICE TO COAL DEALERS. Notice is hereby given, that the board of county commissioners of Cascade county, Montana, will receive bids for furnishing and delivering of coal to be used by said county for the year be ginning January 1st, 1921. and -ending December 31st. 1921. on Saturday, De cember 11th, 1920, at 10:30 o'clock a. m. at the office of the board in the court house in Great Falls. Montana, the ap proximate amounts estimated to be used are 600 tons, more or less, of mine run, and 400 tons of tump or nut, more or less Forms for bids may be obtained cueciv vu ... .— —- -- - ,, Falls in the sum o? 10 per cent of the amount of the bid submitted, payable to the treasurer of Cascade county, as evi dence of good faith, said check to be forfeited to said county as damages in case of failure of the bidder to whom award was made to enter into a con tract with the county for faithful per 'ormance of same. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Address bids to county clerk, Great Falls, Montana, marked coal bids. By order of the board of county com missioners. , JOHN E MORAN, County Clerk. NOTICE TO PRINTERS AND PUBLISHERS. Notice is hereby given, that the board of county commissioners of Cascade county. Montana, will receive bids up to Saturdav, December 11th, 1920, at 2:30 o'clock p. m. of that day, for the official prirting, advertising, forms, books of record, blank books, stationery, pam phlets, special road and poor receipts, assessment blanks, and such other forms, books, printing, etc., as mai- be requir ed by said county, for the period of two vears beginning January 1st, 1921, and ending December 31st, 1922. said bids to be submitted in accordance to Chapter 71 of the Session Laws of 1917, of Mon tana, quoting percentages on the vari ous items on which bids are submitted, as per said section. A certified check on some bank in Great Falls, in the sum of $500.00 as evidence of good faith, such check to be forfeited to Cascade county as damages in case of failure to enter Into contract by the person or firm or corporation to whom award is made. The board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Address bids to coun ty clerk, Great Falls. Montana, marked '•Printing Bids." By order of the board of county com missioners. JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. NOTICE OF PAYMENT OF CASCADE COUNTY, MONTANA, COURTHOUSE BONDS. ISSUED 1901. Notice is hereby given that courthouse bonds of Cascade county, Montana, dat ed January 1, 1901, in the sum of $200. 000 bearing interest at the rate of 4 per cent per annum, numbered from 1 to 200, both Inclusive, will be due and payable January 1. 1921. a» of said numbered bonds being now outstanding, excepting bonds numbered 58, 59. 60. 108, 109, 110, 111 and 115. which numbered bonds have been paid and cancelled. The owners or holders of all other numbered bonds of said issue are hereby notified to present the same on or before December 31, 1920, at the banking house of Harris Forbes & Co., formerly N. W. Harris & Co., New York City. N. Y.. with unpaid coupon attached thereto, for pay ment- all owners or holders of said bonds are notified that interest on said bonds will cease on the 31st day of December, 1920, and bonds presented for payment on or after January 1, 1921, will not bs paid interest on same for any period of time after December 31, 1920. By order of the Board of County Com missioners, Cascade County, Montana. JOHN E. MORAN, County Clerk. WILL REMOVE TO NEBRASKA Special to The Daily Tribune. Montague, Dec. 9.—C. W. MeFarland, having recently disposed of Iiis farm holdings near Elim, will leave soon for Nebraska with his family. MONTAGUE FARM HAND DIES Special to The Daily Tribune. Montague, Dec. 9.—Julius Nagel, who has been employed at the Lost Lake ranch at intervals since 1S99, died at the Fort Benton hospital last week. GR ASSTRANGE DIVORCE CASE. Special to The Daily Tribune. Lewistown, Dec. 5).—The divorce case of John M. Smith against Laura Fay Smith has been heard by Judge Briscoe and a decree ordered on the ground of desertion. The parties were married at liangc iu 1910. ARCHITECTS SAMUEL HENRY HAAS. 208* Central. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS CASCADE ELECVRIC CO.. C. D. Smith. Mgr.. 504 Central avenue. Fone 6834. TYPEWRITERS BOUGHT, sold, rented, repaired. West Typewriter Co.. P hone 4679 . CHIROPODIST DRrTSu'L'ï*BËR^.'^4~Th Tstë d~ BÎ d gr*6486r PIANO TUNING. PIANOS tune<L They s atisfy. Fone 72 64. BETTER PIANO TUNING. Phone 7571. DANCING SATURDAY of each week, it The Ne» Odeon. Knlsrhts of Pleasure Club SHORTHAND REPORTERS DUDLEY CROWTHER, shorthand re porter, notary public. MulUgraphlng, typewriting, etc. 608 First National Bank Building. Fone 9406 | QryVI#** Stands Readv OUVlC;, OlcUlUfe to Grab All Foreign Capital, Says Lenino Constantinople. Dec. 9.—A dispatch to the Politiken from Riga quotes Niko lai Lenine. the liussian soviet premier, as declaring in reply to attacks on the soviet government because of its con cessions to foreign capitalists, that in the event of war against the bourgoisia all the capital invested in those con cessions would be taken by the soviets. Two investment proposals were un der consideration according tc the dis patch, the first, the Kamchatka con cession, to be given to Americans, (the reported Washington D. Vanderlip con cession evidently) and an investment in several million acres of forest lands. Life Saving Records Set During Year by Coast Guard, Claim Washington. Dec. 9.—New records in saving life and assisting distressed ves sels were set by the coast guard during the past fiscal year said the annual re p 0r t of commandmant W. E. ReynoHs, public todav. Rescues aggregated 01*417 21*417. Vessels and cargoes valued at $•*), 479,703 were assisted as against $20. 000.000 in any preceding year and six hundred and one craits were seized for law violation. Peace Exposition in Portland, 1925, Business Men Plan Portland, I "»pc. 9.—Plans for an ex position in 1925 to be known as "the world's peace and progress exposition" in celebration of completion of Atlantic Pacific highways electrical development ; and restoration in international trade, were announced here today following a meeting of 40 or more business men when it was definitely decided to hold j | ; ; ' the exposition. Portland was the scene of tb Lewis and Clark exposition in 1905. New Forest District Will Embrace Alaska; Juneau, Headquarters Portland. Dec. 9.—Establishment of a new national forest district for Alas ka with headquarters at Juneau, taking administration of the Alaska forests administration of the Alaska forests from under control of Chief District Forester Charles H. Flory, for the next two years according to announcement here at the headquarters of the Xorth Pacif ic district. The new district headquar ters will remain at Kelchik until July 1. Women Are Re-Elected to Run Town After Trial of One Year Everett, Wn„ Dec. 9.—Every elegi ble voter. 117 of them, voted in the town election Tuesday at Langley, on Wiblev island across from Everett and the en tire womeh's ticket was re-elected af ter a spirited campaign by a majority of 17. Miss Holen Coe has been mayor of Langley for a year and she has been assisted by five council women. SENTENCED TO PRISON FOR THEFT OF A STEER Virginia City. Dec. 9.—William Buck finck, convicted of the crime of grand larceny, has been taken to the peniten tiary at Deer Lodge by Sheriff Hunger ford to serve a sentence of not less than two nor more than four years, lie stoU a steer from Henry Long of Ruby. THRESHERMEN WANT CENT A BUSHEL GUARANTEE. Toledail OUio. Dec. 9.—A guarantee of , one cent on each bushel of grain threshed was asked at the convention of the National Threshermen's asso ciation here today. The threshermen also took action against state highway legislation affecting movement of thresh yig machinery. BURCHARD RESIGNS Washington, Dec. 9.—D. W. Burchard, district director of shippiug board oper ations at Seattle, has tendered his resig nation effective December 31, Chairman Benson announced today. Selection of a successor to Mr. Lurchard January 1 was said to be under consideration. REAR ADMIRAL RESIGNS Washington, Dec. 9.—Hear Admiral Samuel J. MeC.owan, has resigned as paymaster general and chief of the bur eau of supplies and accounts of tlie navy and has retired from active duty. The admiral retired under the 30 year clause. BANK "ROBBER SENTENCED TO 40 YEARS IN PRISON Moorehad, Minn., Dec. 9.—Judge C. A. Nye sentenced Thomas O'Leary, 39, self confessed robber of the Georgetovf n State bank, Georgetown, Minn., to 40 years in the state penittentiary in the Clay county court. O'Leary pleaded guilty. The road from Lancaster Pa. to Philad elphia, was the first toll road in the United States. It was known a# Lan eastera pike.