Held Over for Today
" With DORIS MAY
For the capture of S. Clancy, alias Kid Dugan, recently
escapcd from Sing Sing prison.
In other words, the Hon. Shakespeare Clancy, editor of the
Dodsqn "Tidings." oil promoter, philanthropist, ladies' fa
vorite, and popular pinochle player, was wanted. .But—
Come watch Clancy operate!
Funny as "23 Vi Hours' Leave." Exciting as "What's Your
Husband Doing?" Human as "Mary's Ankle." And then
CI (paramount Qiciare
By Julian Josephson Directed by Lloyd Ingraham
Photographed hy Bert Cann A Thomas H. Ince Production
You will remember McLean and Mary in 23 '/i Hours'
Leave—See the Jailbird.
$1,000 SCHOOL CASH
Many of Districts Now in Judith
Basin Had Overdrawn
Of the $22,000 school taxes collected
1 his fall from the 17 districts taken
from Cascade county by Judith Basin
county, $20,904 will be retained by the
parent county to cover the separated dis
tricts' overdrafts on the district school
fund. Transfer of this amount was made
Wednesday by County Treasurer Fred
C. Andretta from the fund held to the
credit of the new county to the district
school found and warrants hereafter
draw>n against the latter by the now
county will be refused on instructions
from Superintendent Jane Keeney.
Overdrafts charged against districts
going into the new county totalled to
$29,706, of which the new county will
assume $20,904.9(5 Bind the old county
$8.741. From the territory it took from
Cascade county, the new county will re
çoive little more than $1,000 for its dis
trict school fund.
The old countv assumed 77X in dis
trict 11; $4.1130* in No. 35: $270 in No.
38; $101 in No. 50. and $260 in No. SI.
Districts wholly taken by the new coun
tv were numbers 11, 12. 10, 20. 30. .'»S.
43, 46. 55, 56, 65, 07. 68. 70, 79. 9(1, Por
ticos of districts 35 and <81 were also cut
There were some overdrafts remaining
from last year but ihn greater portion of
the sum transferred to the district
school fund Wednesday was expended
since the beginning of the presort school
term. With this overdraft deducted,
there remains about $47.000 of tax
money to deliver to the now county. De
linquent taxes in the separated portion
will be collected direct by the new
C. A. Pratt, 25, and I;!!a- ich« 1 A. Ben
ton, 17, both of Great Falls.
Irresistible Dance Music,
Ticket Dance Tonight
All Pictures First Time
In Great Falls
Women and children arc ursed
to attend the matinee* to avoid
3X the night crowd».
L£TJ GO-fFJ emmoifj
: f M,
! ■: ■
fSfllts bright lights
and black shadows
Its Gay White Way
Staged by Châties J* Bxabin
A picture of night life in the Great
IUANITA HANSEN <
"THE LOST CITY"
EPISODE NU .V -BER
THÇ TUG OF WÄÜ "
"KISS ME CAROUNE"
OF SINGERS AS
A CIVIC ASSET
Great Falls Choral Society Will
Incorporate; to Repeat
Plans to incorporate the Great Falls
Chor«] society and to make it a wrnia
nent community institution that will win
fame both for itself and for the city are
being considered by the officers and
members of the organization, which pre
sented Handel's Messiah at the First
j Presbyterian church Tuesday evening
! and plans to give it again this (Thnrs
| day) evening at the same place.
J "Choral societies in a number of cities
j of the United States have made 'them
I selves not only well known in their
j communities but have brought .national
j attention to their cities." t-aid W. L.
Beres, one of the directors.
All Trained Voices in City.
"Our hope is to get in the choral so
j eieîy all of the trained voices in Great
I Falls, which would give us sufficient
; singers to present vocal musical produc
j tions of almost any magnitude,
i "There is no reason why Great Falls
' should ,not have a chorus and support it
i adequately which would be so good that
I it would make this city known as '.lie
I home of a choral society equal to any
"Another reason for incorporating the
society is thïit we hope such a move will
help to remove from the minds of some
people the idea that it is connected with
any one church. It is non-sectarian and
non-denominational. - '
Officers of Society.
The officers of the Great Falls
Choral society are: President. <\ I).
Eliot; first vice president, H. O. Chowan:
second vice president, J. A. Claudon;
third vice president. Mrs. George Xollnr:
fourth vice president. .Miss Myrtle Vil
lars; recording secretary. Miss Fanny
Fern Axtell; financial secretary. .1. Ii.
Warner; treasurer. It. P. Reckards; di
rectors, W. W. Wilson, Miss Loraine
Laliberte, Mrs. R. X. Myers, Mrs. .T. V.
McCray, Mrs- M. L Morriss, Mrs. F.
L. Graybill and W. L. I'eres.
to Be in Palm Room
of Hotel Rainbow
The New Year's Eve dancing party of
the Fortnightly Dancing club will bo held
in the palm room of Hotel Itavibow, Fri
day night. Through a mechanical error
! in Sunday's issue of The Tribune it ap- i
i peared that this party would be at the
I Masonic temple auditorium. The Now
j Year's dancing party of the Temple
Dancing club will be held as usual at
! the Masonic temple auditorium 1 riday j
BAIL MONEY FORFEITED.
Matt Frisbeo and W. S. Frisbee, far
mers, each forfeited $10 bail money for
failing to appear in Judge Raban's po
lice court Wednesday on charges of
drunkenness. Joe Wright forfeited a
$15 bail for failing to appear Wednesday
afternoon in police court on a charge of
driving his automobile over a fire hose.
FOR JUSTICE COURT
IN COUNCIL ROOMS
Removal of Chambers of Justice
P. J. Shields to Court House
I An effort will be made after January
j 1 to remove one of the Great, Falls jus
i tice courts to an office in the county
I court house, according to comment Wed
i nesday in official circles. It is u>nder
j stood that the present rooms of .Justice
! .lohn T. Earll in the Ford building,
I which will be occupied by Justice-elect
i I*. J. Shields beginning January 2, will
; be vacated as soon as arrangements can
j be made.
The council chambers are said to be a
place to which the court could be moved
and the Shields court will be in session
there early in the year if an agreement
can be made with the city. The chambers
ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAM TODAY
TWO REEL COMEDY SUNSHINE JOY
"TOO MANY MILLIONS"
arc frequently used for public meetings,
i but if this difficulty can be overcome
I tho court would not interfere with the
; holding of council sessions in the evening.
at Palace Theater
j Patrons of the Associate Players at
; the Palace theater who have seen and
admired the playing of the Great Falls
j actors will be given an opportun, ty to
! meet them Friday night.
An informal New Year's eve reception
I will be held after the performance at
: which Violet Xeitz. Will II. Gould,
I Camille Purdy, Garfield Kast and all tnc
rest of the members of the company will
! meet the members of the audience.
Punch will be served and every effort
will be made by the members of the
! company to make the "watch-night re
' ception"' successful.
Some tree ferns reach 75 feet high.
BIG DOUBLE FEATURE ATTRACTION STARTS TODAY
FIRST SHOWING IN THE CITY
IT'S SO FUNNY IT WOULD MAKE A GHOST LAUGH
Vnother $100,000 special two
The Funniest to Date
Adapted from the story "Old Hutch Lives Up to It," by
Grant Smith, which made such a wonderful hit in the Satur
day Evening Post.
Critics claim this one to be Roger's Best.
MANAGER'S NOTE—Never before has Great Falls been
fortunate enough to see two feature stars in two feature pic
tures for the regular price. A 100 r f program. One that you
will never forget.
Special Holiday Attraction—Tonight and All Week. No
Raise in Prices, 75c, 55c. j35c. Fone for Seats—-6637.
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