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FOUND RIFLED ON PLATFORM -V. Registered Mail Gone at Conrad; Opened Envelopes Scattered Along Tracks. Two mail sacks, one thrown from the northbound train early in the morning and the other awaiting the early morn ing southbound train, were found opened ! ! I Keeping the Wheels of Industry Turning AND GIVING YOU 1921 MERCAHNDISE AT 1921 PRICES-AT THE PARIS! —How much better it is, that by purchasing now what we need and what present stocks allow us to buy quantities of new goods at the new low prices. How much better it is, through your co-operation, that we are able to do our share toward keeping factories running. —How much bettr it is, that by purchasing now what we need and what you need, thousands in manufacturing centers may continue to work at good wages. —How much better it is, that you have a store like The Paris to give you this year's merchandise and this year's real rock-bottom prices every day. (TTfi Big Selection Mens Golf Gloves $1.00 Values $1.25 and $1.50 These gloves are finely knitted, to fit just like the finer makes. They are "warm and well wearing; navy, gray, black. -Men's Section. V. J «iy —ViîHmi « ^ 1 JHU U7Ï ilk luninini e'îf v»W )1IÜ IftwSlÄ Äf m» 4 &IHI mm, sc Hl«! II II."/ m 4tfc m '•«until dÜV; $ URK iinn «m MU!» ip' ma r TODAY AT THE PARIS IBM NO PHONE ORDERS Big Group of Boys' Waists $1.00 Former $1.65 and $1.75 Values Just the kind of waists all boys want. "Kaynee and Cadet Makes" which are both good quality and smart styles. —Men's Section. 36 Inch Mercerized ateen for Underwear $1 .00 Pink and White This is an exceptionally fine soft material that will laun der well. Childrens Outing Gowns $1.00 Values to $2.50 Representing a sturdy quality of medium weight fleece. Neat trimmings. Table Mats Special, set $1.00 Hand woven table mats made from 1 ine white cotton 4 sizes in set. Childrens Muslin Underwaists, 3 For ! $1.00 Limited supply in broken sizes; good substantial qual ity, well taped; many sizes but not all sizes. Childrens Knitted Sleepers $1.00 Values Up to $2.35 Closing out this group at less than half, which offers real economy. Pequot Cases 2 for $1.00 Best quality cotton, size 45x36. No Phone Orders Children's Hose, 4 Pair for $1 .00 Medium heavy ribbed cot ton hose for boys or girls, in fast dye, black only. Womens Stocking Caps $1.00 Values to $1 .98 Large ribbed roll knit, in many of the better colors, wooly and warm. Outing Flannel 4 yards $1.00 Yard wide colored outing flannel ; heavy soft fleece. No Phone Orders Beautiful Cotton Waists $1.00 Former Values $2.00 to $3.00 Sheer Organdie, lawn, and flaxon materials. Some have neat trims of dainty lace. Misses's Mocha Mittens $1.00 Former $1.50 Quality —Slightly fleece lined in large sizes only; different colors. Pillow Cases 3 for $1.00 Pennant pillow cases, size 45x36 ; Mohawk 42x36 ; eith er size No Phone Orders Womens Knit Union Suits $1.00 Light weight cotton union suits, in knee length, fitted; shown in sizes 36 and 38 only. Women's Mocha Mittens $1.00 Former Values up to $3.95 —This group also includes a broken line of gloves. Tan and gray. Lunch Napkins Special, dozen $1 .00 Japanese blue print lunch napkins; no cloths to match. No Phone Orders Large Sized Cotton Bats $1 .00 —All pure cotton, open out with one big bat, large enough for big comfortable. Table of Art Novelties $1.00 Former Values to $4.00 —Old English pottery, vases, baskets, candlesticks and books. Large assortment. Gingham 4 yards $1.00 New spring dress ging ham; fine quality cloth. 27 inches wide. No Phone Orders Womens Outing Gowns $1 .00 Medium weight fleece that is good to wear almost year round. Four Yards of Marquisette $1.00 —The old time price on this splendid curtain material, ivory and Arabian color, 36 inches wide; a splendid fab ric to launder. Scotch Colored Madras $1.00 —Dainty drapery madras in colors of rose, blue, brown and green. Ideal for soft, pretty living or bedroom drapery. Today You Can Buy These Spring Dresses TWO AND THREE TIMES LOWER THAN THE QUOTATIONS WERE JUST SIXTY AND NINETY DAYS AGO. DRESSES OF UTMOST CHARM AND GOOD MATERIALS, Sizes for Misses sizes for Women Sizes for Stylish Stouts K V'A» Actual Values Two and Three times More —There are dozens of beautiful models that were opened up and shown for the first time Tuesday and Wednesday. Tunics, Redingotes, Straightline and youthful models of Tricolette, Satin, Serge and Tricotine. Giving You Prices On Womens Footwear -—That are lower than those that will be quoted later on for spring. Women and Misses Cotton Middies $1.95 Former Values to $3.95 —Now that spring and summer are advancing, middies seek a very im portant place in one's wardrobe. —Made of good galatea and white jeans with sailor collar and silk tie. Satin Dresses Serge Dresses Taffeta Dresses Tricotine Dresses Silk Dresses Copen Dresses Black Dresses High Grade Silk and Wool Skirts $12 .75 Former Values to .$22.50 —These models will figure promin ently in new sports wear for spring and summer. —.There'are velour plaids, self checks, stripes and silk shirts of many pretty weaves. $ 15 Afternoon Dresses Street Dresses Business Dresses Visiting Dresses Beaded Dresses Navy Dresses Brown Dresses New Low Prices on Beautiful Blouses $8.50 Former Values up to $19.50 —A collection of several dozen clever styles consisting of Geor gette, Wool Jersey and Crepe de Chine; clean, crispy new models in practically all the leading colors and good combinations. r>*. I. —All Shoes, all Oxfords, all Pumps in this department are included, and on lines that are to be discontinued prices are less than the new wholesale cost. All Cantilever and Ease-All Shoes, now selling at SlJ.oO All Cousins $20.00 Shoes, now selling at All Cousins $19.00 Shoes, now selling at JJ-oa All Cousins $18.00 Shoes, now selling at All $17.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at Sbll.oS» All $16.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at |10.b5 All $15.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at fclO.UO All $14.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at All $13.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at All $12.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at |».UU All $11.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at All $10.00 Shoes, Oxfords and Pumps, now selling at • Jpo,t>5 Women's Lace Boots Half Price —Special groups of Cousins Lace Boots in patent kid with black or beaver kid tops; welt soles, French heels, plain toes ; $18.00 shoes, 4b€| jflf! half price, at Big Girls' Shoes at New Low Prices —Special group of big girl shoes, former values up £4 QC to $11.00 Women's High Shoes Half Price —Special group of brown kid, beaver kid and brown calf lace shoes, with military heels; while they last, $16.00 ftft values at half price Misses' Shoes at Newly Lowered Figures —All misses' shoes, sizes 11 to 2, regard $5.00 less of former price, at and rifled in the railroad yards at Con rad Thursday morning. Both trains were behind their sched ules so that the sacks were left unpro tected. Two registered mail sacks, each in closed in l.he larger containers, have not been found. Opened envelopes were found by the railroad men along the tracks north of the station, and in a public room in a hotel iu Conrad. A postoffiw in spector was summoned from Great Falls to Conrad to investi gate. The amount of the loss can not be estimated, although it is believed by the postal authorities in Conrad to be small. Giving the Effect A real light is rarely hidden under the proverbial bushel, but some men keep a bushel to create the belief that it con ceals a light. —Albany Journal. ( Advertisement«» SCANDINAViANFRfiTERItlTY. Regular meeting tonight in K- of F. hall. Installation of officers, with re freshments. Also initiation of candidates. Members and visiting brothers invited to attend. J. M. JENSEN, Vice Pres.. AUCTION SALE At 2 p. m., Saturday, January 8, $4,000 unclaimed household goods, pianos, office fixtures^ victrolas, trunks, show cases, etc. WILBUR TRANSFER CO-. 206% First Ave. So. Manure for sale. Phone (5937. East Indians use butter made from the milk of buffaloes and stored in jars where it keeps for years. (Advertisements) FOR SALE. Complete furniture and furnishings for three-room house; including coal and wood. Will sell as it stands, cheap. 1409 Third avenue south. ROUNDUP AND CARBON COAL Weideman Coal & Feed. Phone 4610. Bear Creek, Roundup and Sand Coulee. MONTANA COAL CO. PHONE 6S33. $2,500 ON GOOD CITY PROP ERTY. INTEREST REASONABLE. HICKMAN, 324 CENTRAL. Fonfi 9767. Garbage and ashes re* moved on short notice.—Adv. (Advertisements) FURS HIDES FURS Hides and furs are very low and we advise our customers to- dry their beef hides and hold them. We are paying as much money for good prime furs as any one—perhaps more- Sacks for sale. American Hide & Fur Co., 313-315 Third avenue south. Painting, kalsomining, paper hanging. William Oliver. Phone 6949. RENT A FORD Drive It Yourself Auto Co.,-at Pierse's Garage. Phone '9814. BARKEMEYER GRAIN & SEED CO. Egg mash and alfalfa meal. Dancing taught. 208% Central Ave. UdTfrtlHmein) NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS Notice is hereby given that the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Com mercial National Bank will be held in the offices of said bank on Third Street north, in the city of Great Falls, county of Cascade, Montana, on Tuesday, Janu ary 11, 1921 at 4 p. m. for the transac tion of any and all business that may properly come before the meeting. By order of the board of directors. L. H. Booker, Cashier Great Falls, Montana, Dec. 11, 1920. EDDY HOTEL Sleeping rooms, $5.00 week up; house keeping apartments. Dr. Leslie, 307 1st. Nat'l Bank. (Advertisements) HONEY BY PARCEL POST Ten lbs. pails Montana honey, postpaid within 3rd zone. $2.75; 60 lb. cans $13.23. Walter Woodrow, Sun River, Mont. Notice to Owners of County Licenses Unless all county licenses that are in the arrears are paid AT ONCE, the county treasurer will proceed to attach the property for the amount due Cas cade county for license. So please take notice and pay at once. If attachment is made, all costs, will be charged to the property attached. FRED C. ANDRETTA, County Treasurer Cascade County, Montana.