Newspaper Page Text
DR. W. F. HAMILTON, Physician and Surgeon. Office in Gussenhoven Block. Havre, - Montana. DR. A. E. WILLIAMS, Physician and Surgeon Opposite Hotel HIavre. Havre. Montana. ALMAS & McKENZIE, Physicians & Surgeons. Office in Oxford Bid. Havre, - Montana. GENTRY & ROSE, Attorneys at Law. Office in Skylstead Building. Havre, Montana. JomH C. DUFF, Land Contests and Appeal Cases a Specialty. Land Scrip for Sale at Lowest Market Price. P. O. Box 9M3. Chinook, Montana. DR. J. A. WRIGHT, ............Dentist Office in Oxford Bid. Havre, - Montana. DR. J. A. GORDON, Resident Dentist Office in Burke Bild. Telephone No. 75 Havre, Montana. W. Y. PEMBERTON, Lawyer Fort Benton. - Montana. J. K. BRAM1BL,:, A\ttorney at Law. I Pract ice in all st ate and Federal Courts. Ofie (11. -ito" Itel Ilavre Havre, - Montana. H. J. M i:t,. leal Estate and Itisuiraice. Havre, - Montana. WILLIAM B PvYi:R, United States Commissioner Notary Public. .Justice of the Peace Skylstead Building. R. E. HAMMOND, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Room 19 and 20 (;ussenhoven Blid. Next to Hoitel lavre. Havre, - Montana. ED M. ALLEN, Justice of the Peace Notary Public. Office opposite Securety Bank. Havre, - Montana. E. A. SMITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW Office one block west of New England Hotel, Harlem. - Montana. E. FRANK SAYRE, ABSTRACTER OF TITLES FORT BENTON, MONT. Office Franklin Street. opposite the Court House, Orders for Abstracts promptly filled DR. GEO. H. TAYLOR, DENTIST. Benton 1st to 15th, Chinook 15th to 1st. W. S. TOWNER, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Fort Benton. - Montana. LLOYD G. SMITH SURVEYOR and CIVIL EN GINEER Close Attention Given to Ir rigation Work. Chinook, Montana I The Havre Herald W. C. KESTER, EDITOR'AND PROP Entered at the postotflee at Havre. Mon tana. as second-class mall matter. IIA.RE, MONT'r., FIIDAY, NOV. 191x. The Northern Montana counties have had many invasions during the short history of their settlemnn---of Crees, of Missourians, of Swedes, of Canadians and of Doukhobors-but the latest in,a iun of settlers th t will become permanent residents, in deed, is of Danes a.nd is heartily wel comed in Culber.tson and vicinity. The first 100 settlers of Dagmar, the colony established forty miles north of Culbertson, In Valley county, ar rivedthis week from Europe and im mediately went placidly at work, des pite the frct that the weather was of unusual severity for even this rigor ous limate. Buying representative: in Havre say that several more hund reds are booked for early spring pass agefrom Europe and the promoters of the colony have no doubt that thous ands of their countrymen will find a newfield of edneavor in Valley ounty within the next few years. The Danes invariably are fairly supplied wi.h worldly goods, are religiously indus trious, strictly honest, fairly skillful in farming pursuits, and are, altogeth er, most desirable immigrants in the civilizing and upbuilding of the great Northern Montana range. In noticing this influx it may be timely to re-call that Vallcy Co. is somewhat larger than the state of Connecticut so that there appears to be room for people of most all nationalities from all ov er the earth. MONUMENT FOR A LIVE CITY. It has been said that by mnlxi.:g the following ingredients wise y a As arianged by thie Irin:e: it aip pears a monument, ibut it must be understood that not a.1 monu e..ts need be erected for d, ad issue;, is this is nmost emphatically a live on.': Grit. Vinm. Push. Snap. l:neri; y. Schools. Morality. Churt'.cheý. I larminony. Cordiality. Talk aboimt ii. Write about it. Healthy I,o:a iini. Help to iiln i)r e ii. ,\dverlisi. in i; papiela. t;ood tountt: ti ibita y. 1'a tronize it-; inerchatnts. cE!oLt g od monn to office. ,10 not om, tilii 11 i.1 p iceo F'aith ixibbitcd by -ood works. MaRk, tlie atntosipher healhy. Fire all croakers, loafers a.:d di(a,' deal;. Let your cb.;ect be the \.1 fare, growth and promotion of your town and its peopleh. Sl.eak we 1 t:f the public spirited men and also Le one of them yourself. 1;e honeist with all your follo, v meon. Chouteas county witnessed the estab lishment of a new kind of livestock industry this week, Ii. ID. Snyder bringing in the first bunch of Span ish-Maltese goats, a breed that is rec ommended for its milk-producing qual ities. In Texas M,r. Snyder says, the raising of these goats for the general market promises to supplant the sheep industry. They have been profitab.y raised in several southern Montana counties in small bunches for the last four or five )ears, but thi.; :s the first attempt to rear them on the more rigorous range of the northern counties. If the experiment of Mr. Snyde withh his first consignment of goats turns out as is confidently ex pected a company stands ready to en ter upon the industry on a large scale in this vicinity One of the novelties du ing the Christmas celebration th's year will be artificial Christmas trees. The imitation is so exact a production ofo the real article that it is difficult q, tell the difference between the two. It is said that during the past quar ter of a century the destruction of small northern woods are becoming depopulated of small trees andl thit it is now necessary to resort to some thing to take the place of the hund reds of thousands of trees that have been used in the yca's that hi: e passed. The Cihcago girl who aidvertiscd herself for sale i; now wlit tg her experiences for a New York paper. For the benefit of other young wo mnen who yearn to cnter jou:nmlli-m it may he said that theie was a chance for only one girl to get a job that way. Mt. Edison gives the horse just six months to close up its affairs and re tire. His new electric motor is per fected-almost. --H- W~--- !]RO$ i- I UNDERTAKING LICENSED A SPECIALTY i V EMBALMERS - -- (L. K. DEVLIN, TRUSTEE FURNITURE AND HARDWARE MOST COMPLETE TINSHOP IN NORTHERN MONT. Builders' Hardware. Stoves. Ranges, Tinware. Glassware. Mueller Celebrated Hot Air Furnaces, Paints. Oil, Glass. Crockery. Car pets. Draperies, Window Shades. Linoleum, Oil Cloth. Wall Paper, Picture Frames and Studebaker Vehicles W. H. GROSS FEURAL DIRE'NTOR Mouldings. Harness, THE ONLY LICENSED E- and Cormick Mow Saddles and all kinds BALMER IN THE CITY. ers and Rakes. etc. CALLEP DAY OR NIGHT of Roofing , TELEPHONE . NUVMBER - Fishing Rods,'Tackle. If Uncle Sam cannot print the pos tage stamps at as low a cost as a private firm why is it they cannot see they are losing money in furnish ing stamped envelopes with the re turn cards printed thereon at a lo s. .IAt the same time they are kmocking uot so much business for the local printers. \ crop that will produce $15,403 :, ihe acre has been discovered in Bra 1.i, according to a rcport to the ic l1u tment of commerce and labor from itited States Conusl General George i. Anderson at Rin de Janeiro. It thie razilian linen and ceve:al exIe - ilntal plantations are making an ,f f'rI t , I, p' it into practical use. LABOR IN POLITICS AMERICAN FEDERATION ALMOST UNANIMOUSLY ENDORSES PRESIDENT GOMPERS. WILL CONTINUE THE FIGHT CONVENTION GOES ON RECORD AS FAVORING INDEPEND ENT ACTIVITY. Minneapolis, Nov. 21.-Amid scenes of enthusiasm the American Federa tion of Labor, which is holding its I annual convention here, endorsed the political policy of President Gompers during the last campaign and urged a continuance of activity along inde pendent lines, strongly condemning, however, the idea of affiliating with any special party and going on record as opposed to forming a national la bor party. Throughout the sessions of the fed eration politics have been continually referred to indirectly and early in the convention it became evident that nothing would come up of more inter est to the delegates and when the com mittee on the president's report at the opening of the afternoon session made a favorable recommendation regarding active participation of workingmen in electing friends of labor as legislators the delegates entered into a consider ation of the matter with a vim that carried the session past the usual hour of adjournment and it was not until 7 o'clock in the evening, after a con tinuous session since 2 o'clock in the afternoon that the delegates were ready to go on record by casting a vote on the committee's recommenda tion, but when they did vote it was practically unanimous if favor of its adoption. Substance of Committee's Report. The committee's report, after recit ing that "great care had been given the subject," adds: "We recommend that the actirn taken by the officers of the American Federation of Labor during the past campaign be heartily endorsed and we express our approval of the energetic campaign carried on against the ene mies of labor with the small means at the disposal of the officers of the fed eration. "We regard with pleasure the recent political action of the organized work ingmen of the country and by which they are determined to exhibit their political power. We are in full ac cord therewith and recommend to or ganized labor throughout the country that they persist in their efforts to or ganize as an independent political force." President Gompers spoke in defense of the stand he had taken in the last campaign, reiterated his accusations against Congressman Littlefield of Maine as an enemy to organized labor and pronounced a severe arraignment against the Socialist party, which, he said, "talks for everything and does nothing." INCLUDES LABOR UNIONS. West Virginia Supreme Court Defines Illegal Combines. Charlestown, W. Va., Nov. 21.-The supreme court here has decided a case which defines to a great degree the powers of the people of a state to, control trusts, monopolies and combi nations. The case was brought to en force a contract between certain coke companies in the Flat Top region. By the contract twenty coal and coke pro ducing companies united to form the Pocahontas Coke company, which be came their exclusive agent to sell all their product. The agent company fixed the prices, competition was stopped between the subsidiary com panies and the profits were shared equally. The Powhattan Coal and Coke com pany and six others withdrew after six months and the agent company brought suit to enforce the contract. West Virginia has no anti-trust law and the decision is based on the com mcan law, which holds contrary to the Shlerman anwi-trust law, that the re straint must be unreasonable and so declared the contract to be void. The decision puts under a ban any trust or combination of two or more persons to control any legitimate article of trade and includes organizations and unions. CROP MOVEMENT BEHIND. Receipts in Minneapolis Over Twelve Million Bushels Short. Minneapolis, Nov. 21.-In a special statement prepared in the office of L T. James, secretary of the Minneapolis chamber of commerce, and issued dur- I ing the day, the most extraordinary grain supply condition ever known in the Northwest is set forth in detail. I Minneapolis on the crop movement to date is behind 12,798,390 bushels of wheat compared with a year ago and in receipts of grain of all kinds is short no less than 21,286,470 bushels. It is a railroad proposition principally. The railroads have not been able to handle the grain. Many lines of coun try elevators are choked with wheat and grain lies in great piles on the open ground at many stations. Grain receipts at Minnea olis from Sept. 1 to Nov. 20 this year are 38, 771,360 bushels compared with 60,057, 830 bushels during the same period last year. GUILTY OF ACCEPTING REBATES. American Sugar Refining Company Convicted. New York, Nov. 21.-The American Sugar Refining company was found guilty by a jury in the United States circuit court during the day of accept ing rebates amounting to $26,000 from the New York Central railroad. The New York Central was recently found guilty of giving rebates to the Amer ican Sugar Refining company and fined $108,000. The defense offered no testimony. After Judge Holt's charge the jury took the case and in accordance with the instructions of the court re turned a verdict of guilty. The jury was out an hour and a half. TELEGRAPHIC- BREVITIES. Mrs. Maria L. Hawthorne, aged ninety-three years, is- dead at St. Paul; where she had resided for forty-seven years. The University of Pennsylvania ath letic committee announces that all athletic relations with Harvard have been severed. At a special meeting of the stock holders of the General Electrio comrn pany held at Schenectady, N. Y., the company's capital stock was increased from $60,000,000 to $80,000,000. James F. Oliver, a prominent law yer of Madison, Wis., died suddenly of paralysis. He was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and had been prominently mentioned for con gress. The state executive committee of the Democratic party has canvassed the returns of the Kentucky primary election and declared Governor J. C W. Beckham nominee for United States senator. Peanut Growers Combine. Norfolk, Va., Nov. 20.-The peanut growers of Virginia and North Careo lina will demand 5% cents a pound for prime grade peanuts in this year's crop. Failure to receive this price in the open market the growers are pledged to hold the entire output. The growers are thoroughly organized. Give children a remedy with a pleasant taste. Don't for e an un pleasant medicine down their throats. Kennedy's Laxative (containing) Hon ey and Tar is most pleasant to take. Children like it, and as a relief for colds, coughs, etc., there is nothing better. No opiates. Confo.ms to Na tional Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by Beckstead Drug company. SMcNTYRE'S OPERA HOUSE One Performance Sunday, Nov. 27 ELMER WALTERS' Successful- Novelty ete eterson THE FUNNY SWEDE The Funniest Swede Show Ever Written Presented by a large and Talented Cost of fun makerS all headed by the Comedian. Mr. Jack West See TOM, DICK. HARRY & PATSY Worlds' Greatest Acting Dogs. Only one of the many big features MORE Laugh, Novel Dance MORE Elegant Scenery ,'Something Different" Prices: 25c. 50c and 75c Seats on Sale at BECKSTEAD'S Drug Store CROUP. A reliable medicine and one that should always be kept in the home for immmediate use is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It will prevent the attack if given as soon as the child becomes hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears. There is no danger in giving it to children for it contains no opium or other harm ful drug. For sale by Havre Drug company. PRESBYTEIRIAN CHURCH SERVICES. Sunday: Preaching at 11:00 A. M. Preaching at 2:30 P. M. Y. P. S. C. E. at 7:20 P. M. Preaching at 8:00 1'. 3. WV dnesday evening: I'rayer meeting at 8:00 P. iM. The Lord's Supper will be observed Sunday morning at 11:00 A. M1. F. W. POOL, Postor. IN TIIE D]ISTRICT COURT OF THE TWELFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF TIHE STATE OF MONTANA, IN AND FOR TIIE COUNTY OF CIIOUTEAU. In accoirance with an Act of Con gress entitled "An Act to Establish a Bureau, of Immigration and Naturalize tion, and to Provide a Uniform Rule for the Naturalization of Aliens through out the United States," approved Juno 20th, 1906. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED That the first and second days of each term of court, or so much thereof as may be necessary, be, and they are hereby fixed as the time and term for naturalization purposes. WITNESS MY HAND this 23rd day of October, A. D., 1906. Signed JOHN W. TATTAN, Judge..