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E. C. Carruth made a business er rand to Great Falls Monday. Tom Roy left for Minot, N. D., Monday where he has a position. Frank Nast returned from Minot, N. D., last Friday after a week's visit with friends. Gordon Haines, of Libby Creek, stopped over Sunday in Havre while on his way to St. Paul. Harlem, Chinook, Fort Benton and other neighboring towns were repre sented by Havreites, who went to pass the Fourth. Viola Spaulding had her right hand badly bruised and burned by the ex plosion of a giant cracker at Spauld ing's park on the Fourth. A merry party of thirteen young ladies and gentlemen went out to Beaver Creek to spend the Fourth. Besides enjoying a day's outing they succeeded in catching a fine string of trout. J. K. BRAMBLE, Attorney at Law. Practice in all state and Federal Courts. (Recently of the Helena Bar) HAVRE - - MONTANA. P. J. MCINTYRE, Justice of the Peace Insurance and Collections U. S. Commissioner. IIAVRE - - MONTANA. WILLIAM B. PYPER, United States Commissioner Notary Public. Fire and Life Insurance Rooms 1 and 2-Plaindealer Building. ALMAS & McKENZIE, Physicians & Surgeons. Office on Second Street. IIAVRE, - - MONTANA. FLORIAN A. CARNAL, Attorney at Law. Notary Public. Office in Power House Building HAVRE, - MONTANA. I)R. J. A. WRIGHT, ............Dentist Opposite Havre Commercial Co. HAVIRE - MONTANA HOUSER & MEANS, Tonsorial Parlors. Located on Third Ave. IIAVRE, - - MONTANA. CHAS. LAWSON, .... Barber Parlors Located on First Street. HAVRE, - - MONTANA. JON. D. SMOOT, M. D., Office: Wm. Mean's Residence Telephone Call No... HAVRE, - - MONTANA. Election of officers will occur at the next regular meeting of the Trades & Labor Assembly. A complete dele gation is requested to be present. N. C. Wescott, who became entan gled in the irrigation ditch proposi tion, was tried before a jury in Judge Meili's court this afternoon. He was fined $10.00 and costs, amounting in all to $31.00. The Havre ball team went to Ben ton Sunday where they crossed sticks with the team of that place. It was a decidedly one-sided affair and was called off at the end of the seventh inning. Score-Havre 28; Benton 1. Henry DesRosier lost two fingers on his right hand Sunday, while re turning from the ball game at the Post, where the Havre team had been playing. The boys were enjoying themselves when Henry was acciden tally pushed out of the wagon, the wheels passing over his fingers and crushing them. Dr. Almas amputat ed the injured members. POST CELEBRATES FOURTH The residents of the Post enjoyed the Fourth to the fullest extent. The baseball game between the 24th Infantry and the Cavalry teams was enjoyed by the spectators and won by the 24th Infantry; score 12 to 8. In the tug of war, Companies A, E, G, I and L had teams, the final pull was between E and L, E winning by two inches in five minutes. The wrestling match was won by M troop. The high jump, relay race and 220 yard race were also won by M troop. The mile race was won by the Post Veterinarian Schwartzkoff. L troop won the equipment contest. ** The people of Big Sandy and vicini ty held a picnic at McNamara's ranch on the Fourth. The sport consisted of horse racing, a base ball game be tween Big Sandy and Box Elder which resulted in a victory for Big Sandy with a score of 7 to 9. In the even ing a dance was given, which was well attended. The celebration was conceded to be the finest ever given in that section. KILLED BY A TRAIN No. 2, east bound passenger struck a soldier, R. D. Bratton, of Troop M, Third cavalry, about a mile west of this city Sunday morning, killing him almost instantly. Engineer Ben Davidson had just rounded the curve and applied the air as quickly as he came in view of the man lying with his head on the rail. He was too close, however, to stop the train and the engine struck the sleeping sol dier's head. When the train stopped the man was still alive, but died in a few minutes without regaining con sciousness. He was taken to Fort Assinniboine and Coroner Pyper is conducting an inquest on the remains this afternoon. HOTEL FOR HAVRE Arrangements have been completed for the construction of a much need ed hotel in Havre. The new hotel building will cost in the neighbor hood of $60,000, a structure that will give ample accommodations to the to the traveling public. At a meet ing held Saturday afternoon in the office of Carnal & Carruth, $31,000 was subscribed and arrangements for a loan for the remaining $30,000 will be made in the east. A stock com pany will be formed and the company will run the hotel as well as own it. For Kent We have the City Rental Agency and can locate any tenants as follows: 2 Rooms in a four room house I All @ per month.............. U 3 room house, new barn and shack $15f if @ per month.............. 1500 3 room furnished house $20O0 @ per month.............LU. UU 5 room two story house @ per month............. 2 5 room furnished house 25 @ per month............. S , For Sale Business lot in good location. Lots in residence portion of City-either south or east end. Several dwelling houses in different portions of the city. One nine room house (new.) One seven room house (old.) One eight room house (old.) CARRUTH & CARNAL The City Pharmacy Palmer Toilet Waters and Perfanes. Nothing nicer for the warm weather. Mitchell & O'Farrell, Druggists Prescriptions filled at all hours, day or night. -Phone 14 An alarm of fire was tunred in today which started a good crowd to the scene in jig time. The chemical en gine arrived on the ground just in time to be notified that the smudge was nothing more than a pitch barrel which was being burned out. Subscribe for the HERALD. Our intention is to send all THE HERALD for a month gratis. If at the end of that time you do not wish to take the paper, please return it to the postmaster marked "refused." If we have omitted placing anyone's name on the list, kindly leave your name at the office and we will gladly mail you copies.