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Are ' Where can you find such values ST ankful as these in this 1WENTYý ý .ýGREAT EMBROIDERY SALE TWEN TY years ago there was no City of-G Havre. Ten years ago there was no Havre W Beginning Monday, November 26, 5,000 yds Commercial Company. Now you have a City. ,, beautiful Swiss Embroideries of a fine sheer ma Now you have a Big Store, which has constantly rerial, beautifully worked in neat designs. New combatted the high prices of former years until and Attractive Patterns. Some all-over embroid now you have Eastern prices, Eastern methods eries in the lot. Edges 3 to 6 inches wide, and and Eastern merchandise. Fi worth from 35c to 75c a yard. This sale Look.in Satisfy - 7 g Forward Corset Cover Embroideries Made Upon Honor and Will (20 Inches Wide) FoOutwearr the Big LINEN ALE eading edges, with heavy needle work de For the Big LINEN SALE signs. Good quality of material and the quan fo T.ksgiving.~.-. .tity is limited, so come early. Sale opens at For Thanksgiving ' 8' o'clock sharp. ...Week... 23c Beginning Monday, Nov. 26th 3000 Yards Torchon Lace, 5c S; These laces are wide and worth from 10c to It surely is appropriate at this festive season 20c a yard. An entirely new lot with inser of the year when every table is laden with tur- tiens to match. key and good things to eat, to have a new and .5c dainty table cloth. If You Have Been Dissatisfied With Other Shoes _ _ C 59c Table Linen, 68-inch, at.....39c Try a Pair of Pingree Make 75c Blue Linen, 68-inch, at...... 59c 35c and 40c Towels, 25c $1.00 Satin Damask, 72-inch at.. 79c we Guarantee Satisfaction as to Fit, Wear and Comfort Another lot of those famous Towels, 18x36 $1.25 Satin Damask, 72-inch, at..98c $3---Ladies' Composite---$S inches, fringed and of extra quality. Damask $1.50 Satin Damask, 72-inch, at.$1.39 All shapes and lasts, welt or turn soles, soft, durable patterns. Some colored borders. Each $1.75 Satin Damask, 72-inch, at.$1.39 uppers, double stitching, Cuban or military heels-$3. -~ L Napkins to match these Patterns OTHERS AT $3.50. $4.00 AND $5.00 - - The Busiest Store H avre Corn m ercisa. Co. Agents For The Ladies in Havre. Home Journal Patterns. m"m', mmmm.r mme H. W. STRINGFELLOW. Manager. T5he BIG STORE emmm P 11 0 FR 0-0I I-------- - NEWS AMONG TIIE RAILROADERS The week was marked by a numb er of changes in the personnel and positions of Great Northern and Mont ana Central employes, but the main changes have been in the Switching of members of the old corps. Frank Chock of the Montana Cen tral's engineer force has been given a regular freigh run on the main line. John Gallus has been sent to Cut Bank to act as roundhouse for fan. John Pograba, engineer for some time on the M. C. has been transfer;. ed to a passenger run on the main line, running west out of Havre and will shortly remove his family from Great Falls to this city. Wm. Ball has been appointed day i inspector at the roundhouse. .lJoe Sowa returned Wewnesday from a month's visit at Itrowerville, Minn., and has resumed his position as the night inspector Bank as night agent. P. D. Jamison has resigned as yard master to put on the conductors' but tons. toe Padden has been appointed yard master. L. Porter, from Willis:ou, has tak en the position as night agent he ,e. John McKenzie'.: appo ntnent a ci lef dispatcher in pla e of . A. MAlFrs, resigned, took effect Moeday. Mr. and Mrs. M. i. Donoan 'a e r, ;urned from Washington sta e a d lr. M. is at work as nig Lt dis at he . l'Thie best treatm, nt for indigestion and troubles of the sto.ma h i to r st the itonia"h. .t can b. re id iy s triation or by tl.e use of a good di.estant which w.11 digest the ' od e en. thus taking the w.irk off tie s .. ach. At the :rop r temper ture a sli;la teas omiful of Ko Il w1 So.ly digest 3,000 orai s f food t r wnves the present a noya: e. pa s t t stomach in she te to satisfa t(rily I form its fun-tiini. Coed o 1 i'i -'ion, sour stoma h flatu'an e, "1 I otion of the heart "n:i dvsp si I ol is mide in s ri t conf r ity t 1 the National Puie Food and D,:g I w Sold by Beekstead Drug Co Miss Agnes H. Atkinson, c u ty a )erintendent of scho Is anuoun es t . holding of the teachers' eg - I examinations on Nov. 30t' a d I c. 1st, at the following plc s: At I vre-under Prof. T. J. T oy. At ( ester-under Mi' Ap a A n . t 7 tman-undergliita Esther Colbe t a n. At Fort Benton-under he a , erlntendent of schoo a. DUTTON CAUSES DEATH OF CHILD A button swallowed by the G16-montif old son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. O - Rielly, of Ilavre, caused the death of that child at Columbus hospital in thi city, says the Great Falls Tribune. The child swallowed the button three or four days ago it lodging in his throat. All efforts to dislodge it failed and he was brought to this city and placed in the hospital, where an operation was performed Monday The operation was a failure, the button not being abstracted, and death en sued a number of hours after. The body was removed to MeAl i ; was prepared for shipment and will this morning be taken to \Vilson, Wis where interment will be made. The father and mother, the former being a Great Northern roadm:ster, ale in the city and will accompany the bod:. E. L. Williams, of Great Fal's, pass ed through the city this week on hs way to take charge of new imp ove ments'of the Fergus company's prop erties in the Little Rockies, of which he has recently become the manager. Mr. Williams is enthusiastic over the outlook of the company's holdings He states that as an earnest of the confi dence of the management mn the i:op erties acquired, it has been decided to build a cyanide plant for redu tion f the revealed ores as soon as sp-ing weather will allow. He feels assured that enough ore is already blocked out to keep the proposed 11il in c. oin - ous operation, whether i t be of twenty, forty or sixty tons daily ca pacity, a point which has not b en decided. While here Mr. Wilia:is re ceived advice by courier that tlhe fit ting of a new as-ay , file of he company on its own ground I ad completed and that extensive tests cf \alues be at once begun. Miss Agnes Atkinscn was a Ti urs day viistor in liavre on her .e .n from her regul r %isit;ticn of c schools of the county :'in e the 1 of the county institute Mli s A'k : son has spent most f e 'i e n horse bck n tuig mon he school distri.ts of the M untaiai,niak ing exami a':o :s at Zo tman, L, n dusky, Cleveland and als at. a nu it, er of the districts cast f Have on the Great Northern ral way. Good for everyth ng a> a' e is used for especially re(utomend d f r p le . That ia what ve a: f !'e i's Witch Hazel Sal' e. Cun h marke r years and a standby n thous:nds ,.f families Get DeWl't's. Sold by Be -k stead Drug Company. McLEOD-JORDON. Last Sunday afternoon at 4 p. m., Miss Jean McLeod, cf Hay. e, -nd Mr. Henry J. Jordon, c.f Fo.t As in niboine, were ma:ried in the i.r s ence of a few intimate fi kends. Rev. W B. Young performed the ceremony. The wedding took place at the res idence of the bride's i ar:nts, M:. and Mrs. Hugh McLeod in : ast Havre, and the ceremony was fAl lowed by a sumptuous wedding sup per. The McLeod home wý.s b. au tifully decorated for the oc(a ion n carnations, loses ant ferns. The happy couple will make th ii home at Fort Assinniboine, where Mr. Jor don is employed as bookkeeper. The Herald extends hearty co:ag'at ulations and best wishes. The attraction at M Intyre's op ra house, Sunday, Nov. 2 ,th ,n ill be Pete Peterson a Swedish Diae t Com edy Drama, for which I lhoer Wale s stands sponsor. The play is an un usually meritorious comedy in which comedy predominates, telling an i: teresting story of wronged inn:) en e, designing villainy, and t iu up ant tirtue. holding the at ention of i s hearers as few plays ha.e e'er done. There are a number of strong scenes which never fail to bring the thril s a melodramatic audience alwa s iov s and the humorous lines and ,i un tions keep all in high s.i iis. The trained dogs play an impo tant part in the success of the sh w During the action of the play a numb r f specialties are int o luced, in luding all the latest and most po. ular s 'ngs and novel dan es. The me i be s f tihe cast answer all requi:emen:ts and the scenery and light e fects are (a' tied c.ntp' te. Ic:e Peterson looks like a real one. Three C' outeau county nien ttis week confessed themselhes I an',riits before the United States crm ~ni sioni ers. N. M1 Lanler of Cl in ok 'g ures his liabilities at $1,314, with as sets of $i91. Fred G. D[anbar f it, 8sndy his been a'judg d b nk u t with liabilities listed at $1.52; tnd as set: amounting to $_9i. john A. \\'iitmor,', wh:se interests have b en in the vi inity of Hlinsdale, in Va - ley county, con'"esses debts of 463 9 and returns assets of on'y $125. FAMOUS S'lRIKE BR} AKERS The o t fa ot.s t i.,e bre ters in the land are Dr Kang's New I ia Pills. When iiner and bowels go on strike, they qui 'kly se tie the t oub o, and the purifying work gc;es right on. Best cure for onatipa I a, heada he and dizzincss.. 25c at Bo n'a dr g store. The rumor is persistent among not )nly operatives but among the ofi.:e 'orce as well, though none can give can give a source of information, that the Great Northern will, wit: in a month inaugerate a day-light sched ule for passenger trains running frrom Havre t oAnaconda over the Mon.a:ia Central. The rumor may be wholly based on the publication to the same effect that appeared this week in a railway trainmens' journal pub lished in St. Paul, whose reporters ar', of course in close touch with head quarters' offices of the road, but so far as can be learned in the Havwe offices, no definite orders for re-or ganiztiaon of the schedule have yet been received. Ben Davidson, engineer, and Fire man Hart are suffering from injur ies they received this week by a brave jump that saved them their lives. The locomotive on which they were em ployed ran into the rear eni of al dead freight whose engine kad run to Cut Bank for water, leaving the I train standing on a h'll. Engineer, Davids. n after his 1 ap slid own' an embankment, badly scarring ' is face. Fireman Hart sprained his an kle and will be criplAed for some time. Engineer Davidson revers d before his leap and the only damage done wae the wre king of the pil t and commensurate destruction of the caboose of the train with which it collided. A YEAR OF BLOOD. Ti.e year 19 3 will long be r mebered in the hI,tmine of F. N. Ta-k et, of Alliance, Ky., as a y ar of blood; which flow d :o sc p usly from Mr. Tacket's lungs that des h seemed very near. lie writes: 'Severe bleeding from the lungs and a fright ful cough had brought ne at death's door, when b.g .n taking Chanmbe - lain's Cough Remedy. T'le astonis - ing result was that after taking four bottles I was complete;y resto ed an.: as time has prove p rme.ly ured." Guarateed for Sore l.u s, Cough, ad C(,ld-, at Bjon 'o DIug s:o e Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottles flee. Alaska not only furnis'es Uncle Sam with $18,000.000 w rah (f :ew gold annua ly Lut gcn rous y ft. rs to fill his coal bins. And we bou.h the whole country for $7,500,000. An Englishman says the American face is joyless. Perha s he has been making a study to the fa'es of he American girls who have married ti tied Englishmen. Rube Houser, than whon no clvy erer scraper ever mani ured man's face or attended his locks, is back again from Chinook to the city he regrets having left. Mr. Houser has established tonsorial parlors in Havre again, this time in the ba e;nent of the Buffalo block. He op n.d the new place of business Monday, and the rush of old patrons to see himn has been steady. Rubs still blows' the horn and the Citizens' Band cf Havre, like others, welcomes ba k the skillful musician and good fel low. Harry Mclver of the Third cavalry band, who, during his short stay at Fort Assinniboine endeared hiaiself. to all the musicians of Havre by the excellence of his perfomance, left cn Monday evening's train for his old home in North Carolina, being dis charged from the army after a thre- years' service. He wi.l spand tLe winter in the south, but, in view of the large number of frihnds he has made in this city, anticipates retu'n here to make his permanent residen :e. Mrs. M. Gies, of the Gilt Edge cafe left this week for Great Falls. where she will become a patient at the Co lumbus hcspital. Mrs. Gies' medical advisers anticipate that she wi.l have to suffer a minor operation, but it is expected that she will be able to re turn to the city inside of two weeks. Some miners won't work unless they can get Santa Cr.ze to wo k with; they seem to know what th y want. Although Santa Cruze is worth $3 and the other black powder n .w goes for $2 at Gassenhoven's lumber yard. Jaes Woods, formmerly of St. Louis, was delayed in Havre this week with a shipment of two carloads of l.o.ses on the way from Berthold, N. D., to Armingto, where they will be pla ed at work on the line of' the Bi;l:ngs and Northern railroad. The horses were sent on their way Tuesday night. They are around peddling hot air to the effect that the Red Cans s5. 1 Santa Cruze, as tl:o .gh the miners don't know the difference between t e conten~s of the Red can and the Black can. Milo Larock, a sheepman residing north of Harlem and well known ;n this city and the northern part of the state is at Columbus hosp'tal whe e he. has underg ne an oe ation for appendici:is. He is reported o be getting along very nirely.--Gre t Falls Tribune. (Monday.) A man will buy patent medicine to make the hair grow on his head and a woman will buy the same medicine to stop the hair growing on her upper lip. CHAMBERLAIN'S PAIN BALM. There is no danger from blood poi of any kind, when Chamberlain's Pain Balm is used. It is an antiseptic d:es sing and should be used in every hous hold. For sale by Havre Drug com pany. Some idea of thhe importance of agriculture in the United States nmay be gained from the fact that it costs the farmers about $60,030,000 to bar vets their crops. HIavre Camp No. 10584, M. W. A, will hold a special election on Wed nesday evening, Nov. 28. The bu siness session will be followed by a social session, in which the Ro at Neighbors will join. All members and sojourning neighbors are invited to attend. A Chicigo woman ins'sts that the married men kiss better than the sin gle ones. Still, it might be embxr ressing to ask her how she knows. "This vertical penmanship may be allowed," says Aif.el Sage, "b t I notice that not many checks ae signed that way." SELLS MORE OF CHAMBERLAIN S COUGH REM DY THAN OF ALL OTHERS PUT TOGETHER. The following letter from a locali y where Chamberla.n's Cough Remedy is well known shows by unpre e'en et demand for it that the medi.ine sal e on its own merit. Mr. Thos. George, a merchant at E gin, Ontaria. says: 'I have had the local agency for Cham berlain's Cough Remedy ever sin e it was introduced into Canada, ani I sell as much of it as I do of all oth er lines I have on my shelves pitt together. Of the many dozens cso.d under guarantee, I have not had o. e bottle returned. I can persona'ly re commend this medicine as I have used it myself and given it to my childrea and always with the best results." For sale by Havre Drug copany. The firm of Swanson, Marcoe & Davi has been dissolved by mutual consent. Geo. E. Davis retire-s from the bu-4 ness and C. J. Swanson and E. E. Mar coe will continue the business assum'n all liabilities and collecting all accounts. C. J. SWANsON, B. a. MARCOE. OEO. E. DAVIS.