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HE HAVE HERALU.
VoL. 1, No. 12. 'HAViE, CHOUTEAU CcUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1904. $2.00 PER YEAR The Havre Herald A. C. LENDER, PUBLISHER. Entered at the postofice at Havre. Mon tana, as secondclass mail matter. THE HERALD, QFFICIAL UNION PAPER TRADES AND LABOR A88pMBLY O HAVRBE --Meets every Tuesday evening at the Citu F all. HAVRE BARTENDER'S INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE oF A MERICA-Meets on the first and third Monday of each month at the Concert ti all. HAvRE COOKS AND WAxITERS UNIoN meets every Wednesday evening at Lawson's harber shop. HAvRE MACHINIST'S UNION-meets on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at Chestnut's hall. HAVRE BRICK MASON'S AND PLASTERER'S ITNION-meets every Thursday on Second street. HAVRE RETAIL CLERK'S ASSOCIATION meets on the first and fourth Friday of each month. HAvaE CARPENTER'S UNION-meets every Friday evening at Chestnut's hall. HAVRE BOILER MAKER'S UNION-meets on the first and third Tuesday of each month. HAvRE AMERICAN FEDERATION OF LABOR meets the first and third Thursday at Chest nut's hall. HAVRE UNITED MINE WORKERS OF AMEB IcA-meets the second and fourth Saturday of each month. HAVRE TEAMSTER'S UNION-Meets the first and third Saturdays of each month at Chest mint's hall. Democratic National Ticket. For President- ALTON B. PARKER, of New York. For Vice President- HENRY G. DAVIS, Of West Virginia. State Ticket. Presidential Electors PAUL Fusz, of Granite. PATRICK CARNEY, of Madison. EDWARD CALDWELL, of Jefferson. Representative in Congress- AUSTIN C. GORMLEY, of Cascade. Governor JOSEPH K. TOOLE, Of Lewis and Clarke. 1 ieutenant Governor EDWIN NoRRIS, of Beaverhead. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court 1). F. SMrrH, of Flathead. Clerk of the Supreme Court FINLAY MCRAE, of Lewis anld Clarke. Secretary of State- MILES ROMNEY, Of Ravalli. Auditor PHIL C. GOODWIN, of Silver Bow. Treasurer I)AVID G. BROWNE, of Chouteau. Attorney General CHARLES H. HALL, of Missoula. Superintendent of Public Instruction- J. M. KAY, of Carbon. County Ticket. State Representatives L. NEWMAN, of Havre. A. W. ZIEBARTH, of Chinook. Sheriff- JOHN BUCKLEY, of Harlem. (County Treasurer- B. F. O'NEAL, of Chinook. (Clerk and Recorder J. M. KELLEY, Of Havre. ('lerk of District Court L. O. HU~SON, of Havre. (County Attorney J. K. BRAMBLE, of Havre., Superintendent of Schools MRS. E. G. CRUTCHER, of Benton. Assessor J. H. ROBERTS, of Cleveland. C'oroner FRANK L MMER, of Havre. Public Administrator J. NUBERT. For chairman of the county central committee, John Harris was chosen by unanimous vote and was author ized to select the members of the c(,mmittee. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. A glance at, the Democratic state and county ticket will convince most people that it is made up of represen tative members of the party and that in the matter of distribution it would be difficult indeed to divide up the nominations along more equitable lines. It is at least a cause for congratu lation that Havre was not left off the map in the county convention as was the ease with the republicans; that t he delegation from this city was given representation in the epnven tion and offices were distributed with their help instead of by Tom Carter. They gave first consideration to the standing and ability of the candidate and then took up the ques tion of locality. At the head of the ticket three can didates for presidential electors will be found. They represent Judge Parker and Senator Davis in this state and the trust and confidence the democrats have placed in them could not have been left to three Vet ter citizens. Like the rock of ages at the head of the state nominees stands Gover nor J. K. Toole, who belongs to all Montana. Nothing we could say of him would add to his popularity and the certainty that he will be re-elect ed is conceded by republicans and democrats alike. Hon. Edwin Norris of Beaverhead county, will be ~tie. : psiing of lcer of :tie i snaen eant'eu n t vernor of the state. He is. thoroughlyt'Oni petent and a past master as a presid ing officer. He has a long record as a tried and trde democrat and is well liked all over Montana. For chief justice the democrats named Hon. D. F. Smith of Flathead county. He is judge of the district court and has a long record of judici al experience. Findlay McRae for clerk of the su preme court was recognized as one' of the convention's most, favored sons. He has the requisite experience to manipulate all the duties of the office in the state and is popular from one end of the state to the other. The candidate for auditor is Phil C. Goodwin of Silver Bow. Mr. Goodwin is known by the fact that he was the only candidate who re ceived the unanimous vote of both delegations of Silver Bow and stands with all factions in his home city. Miles Romney of Ravalli was nam ed for secretary of state. Mr. Rom ney is a newspaper man, and while he is still young, has already served a term as mayor of Hamilton, his home town. He will doubtless be called upon to give up his newspaper work, and take a position with the state for the next four years. Hon. David G. Browne, of Chou t.eau, and especially of Montana, was the nominee for state treasurer. Mr. Browne, who is widely known as "the honest old war horse," .having cam paigned- in this state since Fort Ben ton was a battle ground, was easily the choice of the convention. Aside from that he has a wide acquaint ance throughout the state and is well equipped in every particular for the ofiice. Mr. Browne will undoubtedly prove the most energetic treasurer that, Montana has had in that office for many a year. The candidate for attorney gener al, Charles H. Hall of Missoula, who has made an enviable record at, home as county attorney, is also a young democrat whose ability has brought him to the front and won recognition. For state superintendent of public instruction the democrats named John M. Kay of Carbon. Mr. Kay is an eiucator and not a politi clan and is deserving of the support of all good democrats. There is .not a man on the ticket for whom any democrat is called upon to make apologies, and from Gover nor Toole down the list, the voters of the state will find that man for man every democrat is better equipped for the position he is seeking than his rep blican opponent. Mr. and Mrs. 0. L. Wright return ed to their home at Hancock, Wis., last week after an extended visit to their sons, D. M. and Harry Wright. Huffman & Perkala will open a tail or shop in the building vacated this week by THE HERALD. We have placed a BOX FULL OF MONEY In our Show windows Which we are going to give away absolutely free to the one person holding the key that will unlock the box. It is locked by a Spread Eagle Lock, and only one, key will unlock same. This ba was looked, and the key depolted in the lot with th'e rest by J. C. Pancoast, eashfer of the first National Bank of Havre. WITH EVERY $1.00 PURCHASE of goods in this store until November 24th, 1904, a key will be given absolutely free. You will be allowed to try your keys on November 25th and 26th. As only one key unlocks the box the money will be given to the one holding the lucky key. How Much Money is in the Box? That is for you to guess. You can see the box in our show window, and a glance at it will tell you that there is enough money so that you can take a vacation trip and not have it cost you a cent. REMEMBER, THESE KEYS ARE FREE WITH EVERY ONE DOLLAR PURCHASE. This means that you can buy a business suit at this store for $18.00 and get 18 keys free. You can buy a good Stetson or Knox hat for $5.00 ahd get 5 keys. Anything you buy at this store you buy right. SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW. "TiHE HUB" H, AUERBACH & SON. THE BUSY CORNER TIE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NAVRE CAPITAL $2~,0.M ....... SU US $6,MW.M HAVRE, MONT. W. E. HAUSER, Prest. SIMON PEPIN, Vice Prest. J. C. PANCOAST, Cashier. INTEREST PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES OF EPOSIT T AT THE ATE OF THREE PER C PER ANNUM FOR SIX MONTHS OR FOUR PER CENT PER ANNUM FOR ONE YEAR. LIBRARY FOR HAYRF. In accordance with the recommen dations for the city's improvement made by Mayor Newman on assum ing the office of mayor of the city last spring, some of which have already been carried out, the public library is one that is engaging his attention at present. A letter from the mayor to Mr. Carnegie to ascertain what as sistance could be secured from that quarter, elicited the reply that Mr. Carnegie and his private secretary were in Europe, but on their return this fall the matter would be taken up and the mayor communicated with. This is one of the main sources the mayor looks forward to in realizing this important improvement for the city. However, Mayor Newman is in touch with parties from whom he is promised liberal assistance. A li : brary board, as well as a library fund, will be created within a few days by the city council, and the matter push , ed until the library for Havre is as sured.