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D. A. R. LUNCHEON HOUR CHANGED TO 12 O'CLOCK The hour for the luncheon to be given by the Black Eagle chapter of the 1'aughters of the American Revolution to take place Saturday at Hotel Rain bow has been changed from 1 o'clock to 12 o'clock. AMERICAN LEGION AUXILIARY TO MEET TODAY The members of the Auxiliary to the American Legion will meet this (Fri day) afternoon at 3 o'clock at Vetei'ans' hall. H OLDING A USBAND Adele Garrison 's New Phase of.... REVELATIONS OF A WIFE The Tribute That Dicky Paid to Madge Di cky's jaw dropped as I gave him his mother's message, and a comical look of lively apprehension flashed into his face. "Aw, say, have a heart!" he quoted. "'That's a fine greeting for a fellow. I left her in en awful was, too. She must be in fine fettle by this time. Won't you go in and cool the boiling oil just a THE BOOTERY'S SPECIALS FRIDAY and SATURDAY This fine kid street boot with 9-inch top, military heel and welt sole regular |5*gJ ftjP $11.00. Special. . CHILDRENS' SHOES These shoes are made of solid leather with good weight soles. LACE OR BUTTON 5 to 8 at 8 i/o to 11 at .111/2 to 2 at $2.35 $2.75 $3.25 PFISTER-PIERC E BOOTERY 409 Central Avenue 13 MORE DAYS To do your Christmas shopping. Visit our Basement Toy land. Shop early and get your choice of gifts. DRESSED DOLLS $1.00 $1.75 $2.25 $2.95 $3.95 $7.50 $9.50 —UP— p. ... ■ SPMSH ¥J Ci Â ir UNDRESSED DOLLS 10c 36c 45c 65c 95c $1.50 —UP— .»1.0« . . .75«< .. 75<* MEN'S GIFTS Phoenix Silk Hose, in black, white and cordovan, pair . Newest in Silk Ties, ?2,00. $1.50 and Pure All Linen Handkerchiefs, each, !>5ç and Large assortment, of Men's Hath Robes. WOMEN'S GIFTS Newly imported Silk Kimonos, $35.OO and Phoenix Silk Hose, new prices. $2.35. »1 .SO and Handkerchiefs with embroidered designs, 3 for Fancy Handkerchiefs, 4 for Practical gifts in Silk Underwear, Coats and Furs. HOLIDAY BASEMENT Large assortment of Cut Glass, Toilet Sets. Pyrex Cooking Ware. Brushes Combs and Castor Sets. T. N. YOUNG .$18.75 $1.35 $1.0« ,.$!.«« 426 Central Avenue The Reliable Store little? T know she's going to simmer me in a kettle of it."' I laughed in spite of my irritation at him and at his mother. ''You know what would happen to me if I dared to sbustitute myself for yon. I'm afraid you'll have to walk up and take your medicine, my dear. Rut, if it's any consolation, she appeared a shade i less wrathful than sh# did when she j banished you his morning." "Well, every infinitesimal trifle helps!" be said, as he started toward his mother's door, and I gave a little mental sigh of relief that be had asked me no more questions. I was fagged mentally and physically, and I wished for a foolish minute or two that 1 could take Dicky upon the rash, tempery proposal he had made to go j back to Marvin and pack all the furni ture himself. Somehow I infinitely dreaded the tedious task I saw before me. With an inconsistency of which I was fully aware, I found myself regretting my refusal to delay our return north until after the trip to Blue's Bridge Dicky had planned. I really had seen very little of this beautiful and odd sandhill section. My own nervous col lapse when I came down, the complica tion which Grace Draper's nearness af I forded, Leila's troubles and Leila's wed ! ding, and. last, of all, Mother Graham's influenza, had kept my "nose to the ' grindstone." And now. this most ardu ! ous of all tasks, packing and moving, j loomed before me. Jf 1 could have had one day's outing with Dicky, such as ! the canoe trip to Blue's Bridge would have been, I felt that I could have faced the tasks before me with much better grae. But Ï had put that away from me firmly, and had told Dicky we must re turn north at once, because I knew how little time I had for the stupendous task Dicky's rash action had laid across my shoulders. So with a little shake I re minded myself of the old adage concern ing spilled milk. Going to my own room 1 began to pack my trunk and bags for the journey north. There is an idosyncrac.v of mine in packing which amuses Dicky intensely but which I always find useful. I al ways pack first of all the small bag which holds all tny toilet articles, my night attire, and the changes of cloth ing and litter of miscellany which one needs for a night on a train or any where else away from home. I set that to one side and live out of it until I go. Next I put the things I might need if my trunk were delayed into my suit case, and then, last of all, I put. everything left over into the trunk. As a conse quence, I never at the last minute find a lot of leftovers which have to be crammed somewhere. Dicky Is Delighted. I went over my wardrobe, laying in one pile the things I wished to put into the bag. in another those for the suitcase, and in a third those for the trunk. In the midst of my work Dicky tapped lightly, then rushed into the room unceremoniously, grabbed me round the waist and swung me into a waltz which was sadly circumscribed by the smallness of the room. "However did you manage it, you wonderful girl!" he exclaimed when he stopped finally for breath. Mine had j gone some time before, and 1 could only grin weakly at him as I piled up my tumbled hair. "Manage what?" T said demurely at last. Changed Plans "My respected mother. Oh, you needn't i deny it! Of course, she wouldn't admit) even a miracle could change her opinion, but something did. She wouldn't come M s 1 /O e The pleasure of giving increases with the thoughtfulness the gift con veys. The useless bauble selected at random, says very clearly, "well another job is done." But what happiness is yours when you are really thoughtful. On your Christmas list, there is at lease one, perhaps several, who will thank you many times for your thoughtfulness in choosing shoes as your remembrance. Our Liquidation Sale of shoes offers an unusual opportunity just at this time to practice thoughtfulness in gift giving and to effect unusual economy. Then, too we must do our bit to Speed Up America. Present stocks must be turned so that orders may be placed, and our factories kept from closing down. Below are just a few of the special prices, we are quoting, but remember that we have reduced the prices on our entire stock. On Bargain Table Women's Grey Kid Boots at $4.35 These have leather Louis heels and cloth tops to match. They are the famous C. P. Ford make, are Goodyear welts and made over the stylish New York last. Former $12.00 values. All sizes. Your choice $4.95 Women's Oxfords, $4.95 Ladies' field mouse turns with covered heels, very dressy. For mer $12,00 values. This sale Just the thing to wear with spats. $4.95 Extra Specials Women's Military 'Boots $6.95 Brown or black kid lace boots with military heels. 9-inch tops. Goodyear welts. Positively the biggest shoe value that has yet been offered and one that prob ably can never be re peated. The sale price $6.95 Felt Slippers We are making substantial re ductions on our entire line of Cozy Toes house slippers for men, wom en and children. Buy them early for Xmas. « Flaherty & Perra 12 Third Street South A </ V. vi m r-0 î vy > ; m / W J) 7 fr\ A m r rs; J V W w & around like that unless some strong pres sure was brought to bear, and there was nobody else. She's even willing to stay down here and let you move. Where did you study hypnotism? Let me see your diploma." "Don't talk nonsense, Dicky," J said. "I simply showed her that we couldn't ask you to repudiate your word of hon or, and that the date was absolute. Then a few words relative to the danger of Junior's changing climates at this time made her see the necessity of her staying down here with him." My husband stared at me with a look in his eyes which made me flush. There was admiration in it, also a quizzical expression. "Oh. you petticoated Machiaveli!" he said, kissing me. "But you shall have your reward. There were no reserva tions to be had until day after tomorrow in the evening. So you shall have the trip to Blue's Bridge, after all." And so happy was I at the answer to my wish, and at Dicky's look of admira tion. that I put away from me the al most certain knowledge that my husband was in all probability telling me a kindly fib. but bad secured the reservations up on the date which he had originally nam ed. Next: "The Way Mother Graham Ob jected to the Trip." SCOTTISH RITE REUNION CONCLUDED AT HELENA Helena, Dec. 9.—A banquet Thursday evening at the Consistory Shrine temj-te concluded the annual fall reunion of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry. The banquet was pre ceded by a -hort ceremonial session of Algeria Shrine. Manila rope is made from the fibre of a species of wild banana. i JUNIORS APPEAR IN CLASS PLAY 'New Lady Bantock" to Be Played Tonight in High School Auditorium. Dress rehearsal of the high school junior class nlfly, "The New Lady Ban tock," was given before the students of the junior high school on Thursday afternoon in the high school auditor ium. The comedy by Jerome K- Jerome will be presented to the public this (Friday) evening in the auditorium of the high school. The story tells of an English lord who marries a French chorus girl while visiting in Paris and takes her to his home in England. Each is ignorant of the actual social position of the other, i When the girl arrives at her new home j in England, she finds 23 of her rela- j tives who have found positions as ser-1 vants there. As she had run away] from home after the death of her par- j ents there was a grudge between her ' and her kindred. As soon as she arrives J she finds that the three aunts of her husband had arranged with the butler and others that they should teach their new mistress the duties of an English lady. She illows them to do as they wish until it becomes unbearable and she dismisses al! of them. The next morning she has decided to leave and divorce her husband but after some dis cussion, he ïndncea her to remain upon the condition that if the servants are allowed to come back they are to con sider her as their mistress. Vivien Cameron, director, states that the showing made was commendable and that this was the first time in her work as director of high school plays that she has left the cast to go through the play without direction. ARREST ON BAD CHECK CHARGE On the charge that he gave a worth less check for $100 to E. E. Wheeler of Great Falls, Paul Collins, was arrested at Géraldine Thursday by Sheriff Flaa nigan of Choteau county and will be "Diamond Dyes" No Risk Then! Don't Spoil or Streak Materia! in Dyes that Fade or Run Each package of "Diamond Dyes" con tains directions so simple that any wom an can diamond-dye a new, rich, fadeless color into worn, shabby garments, drap eries, coverings, whether wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods. Buy "Diamond Dyes"—no other kind —then perfect results are guaranteed even if you ha« - e never dyed before. Druggist has color card. brought to Great Falls today (Friday H from Fort Benton. ^^|enguin^>ave^n<Miun^^ DANDERINE Stops Hair Coming Out; Thickens, Beautifies. A few c^nts buy« "Danderine." Aft«r a few applications you cannot find a fallen hair or any dandruff, beside« every hair shows new life, vigor, bright ness, more color and abundance.