CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS
305 1st Ave. No.—Phone 6347
You Can Raise Chickons if You Use
CONKEY'S BUTTERMILK FEED
PULLiN 'S GROCERY
Corner Fifth Ave. So. and Sixth St.
GROVER & LEUCHARS §
1610 First Avenu® South
Complete slock of Men's
Clothing and Furnishing
Goods and Shoes. Lowest
prices obtainable anywhere.
NEW ENGLAND CLOTH
8 Second Street South
310 First Avenue South
OiT THE BÄTTER KINI>
KELLY'S LUNG SALVE
Good for Cold on Chest, Whoop
ing Cough, Congested Lungs, Sore
Throat, especially for Croup.
By Mail $1.00.
KELLY DRUG COMPANY
302 1st Ave. South. Great Falls
AUTO RADIATOR WORKS
Distributors tor Shotwell Johns#«
Remittors Repaired, Rebuilt cai
Wa de to Order.
Ttfephoae 6SÎ4 IG3 Third St &
16 bars Polar White Soap ......
iÖ lbs. Sugar
Prince Albert Tobacco, lb
Large can Apricots, 4 for
Van Camps No. 2 Pork and Beans .
Sapolio, bar :
Quaker Corn Puffs, pkg
Large pkg. N. B. C. Soda Crackers
Barrel N. B, C. Ginger Snaps 38c
Log Cabin Syrup, can 35c
3 lbs. Crisco 75c
Palm Olive Soap, 4 for 25c
(Only 4 Bars to a Customer)
Pianos forèrent. Orton Brothers.—Adv
Ticket dance tonight, Odeon-—Adv.
Oscar Wolf was a Conrad visitor here
Floyd Heating of Wolf Point was in
Groat Falls Wednesday. ,
William Suher of Augusta was in
Great Falls Wednesday.
Miss A. London «f Cascade was in
Great Falls Wednesday.
Irvan A. Dull of Hardin was in Grbat
Falls Wednesday on business.
Ben .T. Kennedy of Belt was in Great
Falls on business Wednesday.
E. .T. Rice, a rancher of Wolf Point,
was in Great Falls Wednesday.
Blance Sadler of Harlem spent Wed
nesday in Great Falls shopping.
Mrs. Chester Hale of Choteau spent
Wednesday in Great Falls shopping.
Florence W. Sullivan of Shelby spent
Wednesday in Great Falls shopping.
Mrs. Ray Porter by Bynum spent
Wednesday in Great Falls shopping.
L. E. Phillips, a stockman of High
wood, was in Great Falls Wednesday.
Mrs. E. .T. Crary came in from Cho
teau Wednesday to do some shopping.
W. .T. .Tones, a rancher of Saco, spent
Wednesday in Great Falls on businèss.
.7. L. Redmond, a stockman of Wolf
Point, spent Wednesday in Great Falls.
John V. Van Dike, a merchant of
Highwood. was in Great Falls Wednes
•T. S. Hylton. a merchant of Denton,
was in Great Falls Wednesday on Busi
Miss Gladys Sellick came in from
Cascade Wednesday to do some shop
,T. W. Ferguson, a business man of
Lewistown, was in Great Falls Wed
J. P. Donnelly, a lawyer of Ha .-re,
was in Great Falls on business Wed
,T. S. Sohueh, a rancher of Harlem,
and wife were in Great Falls on business
L. E. Lincahn, a rancher of Lewis
town, was in Great Falls on business
Mr. and Mrs. IT. W. Jackman of Lew
istown were in Great Falls on business
John Harris, a stockman of Fort
Benton, was in Grent Falls on business
Dr. "Barth, specializing in Pyorrhea
and extracting. Thisted Block. Phone
W. C. Cocaron. a business man of
Conrad, spent Wednesday in Great Falls
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Gerer of Hamil
ton were in Great Falls Wednesday vis
Horace Mitchell, a rancher of Cas
cade, was in Great Falls Wednesday on
a short business trip.
Miss Muriel Owens of Whitefish is in
Great Falls spending the holidays with
her father, Ed Owens.
Ruth Kester, the eldest, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Kester, is ill at
her home with spinal meningitis.
.Toe Kloit returned from Big Sandy
Tuesday where he has been visiting his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Kloit.
Mrs. W. M. McElroy of Denton under
went an operation at the Deaconess
hospital Wednesday for fiberous tumor
and chronic appendicitis.
James Pullium has removed to Great
Falls from his ranch at Sun River to
spend the winter in town. Mr. Pullium ]
will live at 417 Fifth avenue north.
Miss Doris Thorneley, for the Inst
few years physical instructor for the
Great Falls public schools, left Wednes
day afternoon to accept the position of
assistant professor for the physical
training department of the Oregon Ag
ricultural college at Corvallis, Ore.
Charles Stood, a merchant of Havre,
was in Great Falls on business Wednes
John Tulle, a merchant of Billings,
was in Great Falls on business Wed
F. C. Ilusliss, a rancher of Grass
Range, was in Great Falls on business
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Thompson of
Shelby, were in Great Falls on business
Kenneth C. Woods, a stockman of
Augusta, was in Great Falls Wednes
day on business.
Oscar Anderson, a sheep man of
Sweet Grass, was in Great Falls Wed
nesday on business.
Mrs. Hazel Rutherford came in from
Stockett, Wednesday. She was regis
tered at the Park hotel.
Ollie Campbell, a rancher of Flow
eree, was in Great Falls on a short
business trip Wednesday.
R. F. Williams, a well known rancher
of Choteau, was in Great Falls Wed
nesday on a short business trip.
H. V. Alvvood, formerly with the Com
mercial National bank here, now with a
bank in Tacoma, Wash., is a Great Falls
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Monley of Valier
are spending the holidays at the home
of Mr. Monley's mother, Mrs. M. Mon
ley, 806 Fifth avenue north.
George Merkle, a coal mine operator
from Belt, was in Great 'Fails Wednes
day. He attended the noon meeting of
the Rotary club at the Hotel Rainbow.
Em il Saldino returned from Bozemau
Tuesday, where he is a student at Mon
tana state college, to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Saldine. who live on a ranch north of
If you have not been to Boulder, you
have not been anywhere. Phone reser
vations, Boulder Hot Springs for New
Year's. Elaborate preparations to handie
crowds. Unexcelled menu, dancing,
skating and swimming.—Adv.
Adele Garrison 's
New Phase of..»
OF A WIFE
What Major Grantland
Argued and Then Offered
I bowed to Maj, Grantland in a rather
perfunctory manner, I am afraid, for
he was about the last person I desired
My trip north threatened to have
enough complications, owiug to Dicky's
disapproval, without Adding anything
else. Could his presence at the railroad
stalion mean that he was also going
north on the night train? I sincerely
1 did not mind facing whatever dis
comforts or dangers might come to me
on my own, but it would be intolerable
to feel that I was a burden and a re
sponsibility LO some one else. And that
I would be both to Hugh Grantland
when he learned that I was traveling
alone through the railroad strike zone, I
was certain. I knew his chivalry, his
Puritan conscience, and his more or less
concealed opinion that women were the
weaker sex, certain to come to grief un
less protected by strong masculine arms.
He lifted his hat in a manner equally
casual, but made his way at once to my
"This is a pleasant surprise," he siid
holding out his hand. "1 had no idea
you were here. Have you been here in
Southern Cedars for a little stay? How
is it that I have missed you?"
For an instant I was tempted to foster >
the idea he had conceived. But I knew j
that any chance moment might brinp j
the knowledge of the truth to him, -md j
I did not especially care for the look I j
would see in Hugh Grantland s face j
when he should learn my cheap subter
"Probably because I haven't been j
here." I laughed, answering his list j
question first. "I just motored ov»r,
from Cedar Crest a few minutes ago." j
"Oh!" He uttered the monosyllable as |
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Zvonimir, No. 1, C. B. will
have the celebration of its
25th annual existance on Sat
urday, January 1, 1921, at
8:30 p. m., Hippodrome Hall,
Black Eagle, Mont.
All members *and their
families are requested to par
Also all Croatians and slavs
non-members are kindly in
vited with our motto: Wel
Free admission for all
members, and non-members
Justus Mazor, President.
Lovro Sarar, Secretary.
if it were an expletive, then added in
"Of course your husband is here, but
I don't see him."
"I Am Going!"
» His assured manner annoyed me. I
spoke shortly, crisply:
"Dicky is at Cedar Crest."
That he was both astonished and up
set, I knew, although his manner was as
impassive as ever.
"Then may I not be of service to you?
I suppose you wish to make sure of res
ervations when the strike is over, but I
am afraid you are doomed to vexatious
delay. They are promising nothing.'"
"They are selling tickets as far as
Richmond, are they not?" I asked inno
He started perceptibly, I saw it, aim
I rejoiced childishly that his perfect
poise had been shaken, if only for a
"Yes, but surely Mrs. Graham, you
"That I am going just as far as this
railroad will carry me, and walk, drive,
motor, trolley or fly the rest of the way
to New York," I returned, with, I am
afraid, a note of pettishness in my
tone. "That is exactly what I mean,
Maj. Grantland, and if you will pardon
me now, I think I see my chance at the
He lifted his hat and stepped back at
once, as I stepped to a vacant place at
the window. The line of people, and I
with it, had been gradually moving up
as wo talked, and I was prompt to seize
the first opportunity of questioning the
"Tickets only as far as Richmond,"
the man repeated mechanically, but he
came to life as I put, down some bills
and asked for a lower berth.
"It's just to Richmond you want to go,
isn't it, lady?" he asked. "You're not
thinking of going on to New York, be
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THOSE
WHO WERE TURNED AWAY
FROM LAST NIGHT'S CONCERT.
is 4th St So. GOOD THINGS TO EAT Phon« 6791-6792
PAY CASH — SAVE MORE — PAY LESS
These prices are less than present wholesale prices, but
these few items we want to close out.
Libby's Apricots, No. 3 cans
Helmet Peeled Apricots, No. 2' L > cans
Happy Vale Sliced Peaches, No. 2 l /> cans ....
Pompeian Olive Relish, 25c jars
Sour Relish, Farm House brand, quart jars ...
Squash, FYeemont brand, 25c cans
Del Monte Pumpkin, No. cans
Derby Brand Preserves, 22 oz. jars
Sunkist Mamialade, 25c jars
Home Made Marmalade, 35c jars
Meadow Maid Strained Honey, 75c cans
Del Monte Prepared Prunes, gallon cans
Apricot Jam, Glen Rosa brand, 5 lb. cans
Apricot Jam, Glen Rosa brand, No. 10 cans ..
Strawberries or Red Raspberries, No. 2 cans ...
Grated Pineapple in Syrup, gallon cans
Tomato Catsup, Armour's, pint bottles
Corn Syrup, Purity White, 35c cans
Louisiana Cooking Molasses, 35c cans
Swift's Pride Washing Powder, 25c size
Cotton Mop Rags, regular 25c, each
Liquid Veneer, regular 25c, per bottle
Silver Special, 75c Wash Boards, each
Pierce's Whole Clams, No. 2 cans
Guittard's Pure Ground Chocolate, 35c cans for
Flag Brand Jam, regular 50c size. Strawberry,
berry, Grape, Gooseberry, Quince, per jar ...
These goods are all priced so low that you can not afford
to miss this opportunity.
Small Macintosh apples, per box $1.60
Stayman Winesap apples, per box $2.50
Wagner apples, per box $2.85
Spitzenberg apples, per box ... ...... .$3.00
Extra fancy Winesap apples, per box $3.75
AH Fresh Fruits and Vegetables in Season.
cause if you are it 's my duty to warn
"Thank you," I said shortly, "I will
take care of the situation at Richmond.
I'd like my berth near the end of the car
in which "the women's dressing room is
"You can have pretty near anything
you like," he said, a trifle ironically.
"There won't be much competition for
seats on this train."
He handed me the pieces of paper and
pasteboard ,and the change from my
bills. As I stepped out of the liÄe, Major
Grantland was at my side, his hand ex
"Do you mind letting rne see if you
have secured a good berth?" he said. "I
happen to know this railroad game, you
I held them out mechanically. lie
scrutinized them carefully, almost as if
he mere memorizing the numbers—was
he doing that very thing, I wondered?
Then he handed them back with a little
"Fortunately, they are perfectly cor
rect," he said. "And now, how may I
serve you? I have a car here. May I
drive you back to Cedar Crest?"
"As I am (not going back to Cedar
Crest I am afraid I shall have to decline
your very kind invitation. But if you will
give me the name of a good hotel here,
where I can stay until tonight, I shall
be very grateful."
"I will have my man drive you over
to the best one at once," he responded.
"And I will do myself the "pleasure of
calling upon you there later in the day.
Tust now I have some urgant business
to attend to."
He summoned his chauffeur and helped
me into a luxurious car. As the man
started the engine I caught sight of
Hugh Grantland hurrying into a tele
phone booth. I wondered idly what his
urgent business could be.
Next: "What Major Grantland Did
SEIF SERVICE MCER1
419 CENTRAL AVE
We still have $3.00 boxes of Delicious
Hills Bros, Red Can, 2 ! /o lb. can,
Large package figs,
Oranges, medium sized,
M. J. B. Coffee,
5 pound pail ..
Bananas,* while they last,
Two Stows, 7:15 and 9:15 Matinee Sunday at 2:30
The Picture all of Great Falls Has
Been Waiting to See
'VÊfïA GORDON mi OASTON GLASS tx the Cbsmopolita Production
'HUMQR.ESO.UE/ A PARAMOUNT Aq.TCRAF.T_PICTURE
VERA GORDON as the mother
GASTON GLASS as the son
Fannie Hurst's beautiful story of a boy's genius and
a mother's love. Beginning in the clamor of New York's
Ghetto. Rising to the heights. Then ending—where?
A story that cries to hide its laughter and laughs to
hide its tears.
What the Music Master Was on the Stage Is
What Humoresque Is on the Screen
TO MAKE YOU LAUGH MACK SENNETT'S COMEDY,
"DON'T WEAKEN." Special musical score; orchesra of 12,
Archie Fritz director.
PRICES—Children 25c; Adults 55c, Tax Included.
NOTE—Monday night, in connection with "Humoresque,"
The Paris will give their
BIG STYLE SHOW
All the latest creations, LIVING MODELS, SPECIAL
STAGE SETTING, SPECIAL MUSIC. v
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