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CITY IN BRIEF
R. K. Holt, of Great Falls, regist ered in the fore part of the week. WANTED-To buy carpenter chest and tools. Call at Herald office. 3t. Chas. Aldridge has taken a posi tion with the Havre Commercial store. Mayor Newman was a Harlem visit or today and io expected back Sa turday. H. F. Wilson of Chinook Sundayed in H-la re this week, returning home Monday Mi\s Grace Dodge of Harlem was the guest at .the Ling home a few days of this week. Mrs. Geo. Egan of Kalispell stopped over in the city Wednesday enrou'e home from the west. C. A. \Weil of Rugby, North Dakota, was a prominent visitor from the state here Tuesday. M. Hendrickson of Chinook stopped over Tuesday in Havre, called here on matters of business. Miss 'Kittie Canty of Malta regist ered at the Hotel Havre Monday en route home from the west. Miss Norma Richards returned Mon day morning from a three weeks' visit with old friends t Helena. Abe Goodkind, the popular Helena salesman, was a visitor in the city the fore part of the week. T. C. Richards returned home Tues day after a pleasant visit at Chi cago )of: two weeks' duration. The I.adies' Guild will hold a sale of home cooking Saturday afternoon at the H-lavre Commercial store. The Herald can do your job work according to the latest ideas of artis tic printing. Come in and see us. Mrs. Carroll McCulloh was a Great Falls isicor this week, spending a few day:s with relatives and friends. Nis I'etersen, who ads to hi in-in come as a Chinlool; business man from some Ilavre real estate, spent Monday in the city. Mr. und Mrs. C. C. t(ibney are the lhappy parents of a datghter wh ) ar rived to grace their homne on Thurs (lay morning. James ifolland is expected home this week from Chicago, where he went with the remains of the late George M. Purnell. 1iMr. Means, who has been laid up for some time with a finger nearly severed in an accident at the shops, has relurned to his work. Ma t t'nderwood of Chinook spent a few hours in the city Sunday, while en route to H-elena, in which city he explecOts to take up residence. The liabilities of Peter l)esRes:e:', the local merchant who has recently been atjdged a banllkrlpt, are given as $2!.'l2-t..l, and assets at $15,220.80. Peter ItesRosier was yesterday ap pointed bounty inspector for -Havie and vicinity by the appointive con hlittee anid will assume his duties at on1e. C. l Kops, the Great Falls music dealer, m as a Havre visitor this week. lMrI. Kops has many friends and ac quaintalces in this section of the ct ate. It. is understood that the site for the Great Falls public building will be decided upon shortly, now thal Re presentative Dixon has returned to \\Vashhlintoll. lMiss .'Agnes Atkinson, county super intendent of schools. has been suffer ing fromn an attack of rheumatism at her home in Fort Benton, but is slowly impnlroving now. ('harl.s Ling, the local iwvather mlan, mllanaged to work cip a goa:d, lifesizecl chinook wind on Wednesday and thei weather moderated very ioitic(eably itn conseqllence. W\hile at the capitol Mayor New man salt Assemblymen Goff and Cummings and Senator Everett, all of whoml are industriously at work this session of the legislature. State Senator Thos. Al. Ee:rett of Harlen: spent Friday and Saturday in :he cit.? Mr. Everett was en route home t 'r a short visit and was de tained l tihe city by delayed 'rains. Ht-earts and l)iamonds" will ie lput oni at the olpt( a house tonight (Fri day ) 1 local talent. The play is under mhe ausnices of the Lali:.s' S cial iunioni of the Plresl.yte ian chniri'ch liiAl." THE \V\'OiLD WONDERS h]ow t, cI other half lives. Ti.os-e who use I',:ci.lin's Arnica Salve nev\er w . n ier if it will curce Cuts, \Vounds, I c111I:. Oites and all Skinl erul' " ions ; Ihey know it will. cMr.. Giant Sihy, !1 .C E. Reynolds St., Sprinig field, lii., .says: "I regard it one of the ab.olute necessities of housekeep iig." Guaranteed by B: one's D)mug S'ore. e2 :ts. Fred Kroeger was down from Havre Tuesday and Wednesday, shaking hands with his many friends of this place. Fred is holding down a job in the machine shops of Havre.-Hins dale Homestead. Misa Agnes Atkinson, county super intendent of schools, requests the Herald to announce that the next re gular teachers' examination will be held Saturday and Monday, February 23 and 25, 1907. Miss Edith Holland entertained the young employes of the Fair sto:e Tuesday evening at cards. A pleas ant time was enjoyed, the evening be ing spent with games and music. Light refreshments were served. The rema'in; of Joseph Barnard, the brakeman killed in last week's wreck on the Great Northern, were shipped Wednesday from the Gross undertak ing parlors to the old home of the deceased at Shenendoah. Pa. Extra crews are busily at work in the local yards and along the tracks loosening up the ice and snow. The warm spell has assisted in the work this week and several extra men have been put on to push things. The home dramatic company put on the rural drama "The Village Belle" at the Post Monday night and the same met with equally hearty appre ciation from the audience there which was afforded it when give'n in Havre. Representative Dixon reached Wash ington the fore part of the, week and was wa ml;y congratulated by his col leagues. Advices further state that he had a lengthy conference with Senator Carter .shortly after his arrival. A well known man said to the Her ald representative this week that in his opinion Havre will see a building boom in the spring and that he had in mind four parties who contem plated building residences early in the season. When the cold winds dry and crack the skin a box of salve can save much discomfort. In buying salve look for the nam!e on the box to avoid any imitalicens, and be sure you get the original DeWitt's Witch HIazel Salrve. Sold by T:eckstcad Drug Co. The legular services will be con ducted in the M. E. church Sunday. "The Day and Its Duties" will be the subject for the morning sermon, and in the evening the subject will be "'To Be and Not to Seem." All are cordi ally invited. City Attorney tlamnnondl and Mayor Newman will leave Sunday or Mon day for HIelena whore they will at tend the meeting of mayors to be hold there Monday. They go as re presentatives of the city anld at the city's explense. There is some talk of a new busin ess block being erlcted by a promin cuit business mian on a desirable lot this spring, the building to be used as a cafe and rooming house. Noth ing definte has thus far been done in the nmater however. 'They like the taste as well as nmlplle :gar" is what one mother wrote of Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup This modern cough syrup is albsolu ti ly free from any opiate or narcotic. Contains Honey Tar. Con foriis to lthe National Pure Food and Drug l w1.-. Sold by Iec.kstead Drug Co. ,\lMayo N \vmuan s ate Ilha every plreplarations Ibeing made at Helena tor the entertainment of the de'e gates and that it is expected there will be at least 600 in attendance. 'Butte will send down a large dele gation by special train. E. C. Carruth, Miss Dewar and \lrs. H-loffnuau returned from a brief visit at Helena Monday. While there they visited the new Blroadwater hotel and ieltort it a splendid hostlery, equiplp ed throughout in fine shape for the ac.omul oidationll of the public. Word comes f"ronti;a the county seat that Chris Measel, of Clear Creek, has filed a location notice for the Red Fir' qualrilz ciaim in the Bear Paw mouint;!ins. the notice stating that there are valuable detcsits of gold, silver anlinl coppel' o the (claim1. It will be agreeable inews to tie many fiiends of Frank ,. Churc-h ill to i-marn that lie has made satis factory ai lrangenllits whereby he will again eli(t or the jewelly business in this i.ity. lie w!ll occupy the lhld stand ill I ihe lias rie h tet lllock. D.\AN(IEI.S 01F A COLD AND HOW TO AVOID THEM. More fatalitie.: have their origin in or result from a cold than from any other c:nuse. This fact a'oPe should malke peoplie mnore careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when it is properly treated in the beginn ing. I.'o:' many years Chlamberlailn's Cough Remedy has been recognized as the most promlpt and efficient medicine in use for this disease. It acts on nature's plan, loosen:; tlhe cough, :etieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature in restor ing the systm to a healthy condition. Sold by HIavre Drug Co. Steve Adams spent a few hours in town Monday returning from a six weeks' visit to various points in the state of Washington. Mr. Adams has a fine ranch in the valley about 4 miles west of Chinook and says that he is satisfied with the Milk River valley. Great Falls expects to send a del egation of at least 38 business men to the (r'eater Montana meeting to be held at Helena the 29th. Nearly all who were appointed by Mayor New man of this city to attend, have ex pressed their intentions of going to the meting. "Shorty" Young has returned from a business trip to Zortman and reports things booming down that way. The trip is a rather strenuous one as a stage ride of 60 miles is a feature of. It seems to be the opinion that Zort man will be a lively burg this com ing spring. A motion was offered and passed at the courcil meeting last Monday, pro viding for the collection of license money from the Montana Concert hall, in conformity with an ordinance pas sed governing the same. The license is to be collected from January 1 of the present year. It seems likely that a large repre sentation of Havre business and pro fessional men will attend the meeting to boost for Montana to be held at Helena on the 29th instant. The list of representatives named by the mayor appears in the report of the council proceedings in this issue. Attorney Rose was at Helena the middle of the week, called there on professional matters in connection with the Mason murder case. It will be recalled that the well known local firm of Gentry & Rose first had the defense in charge and will probably continue identified with it. Senator J. L. Truscott of Valley county has introduced a bill in the Tenth assembly which will be of local interetr, to stockmen in particular. It provid,,s for the inspection of cattle which are being shipped out of the state, in order to discover whether or not the brands are being renloved. F. A.. Iouttry of the Fair store re turned Wednesday from an extended business trip west where he spent the time combining business with pleasure, making purchases for the big store and visiting friends. His tril) was delayed somewhat on ac count of the storms which tied up the roads. Railroad men in from the east ic. port that the roads are fast shaping up so that time can be made. East of Williston there is considerable snow remaining however. The warm spell has not extended to North Dakota and the call for fuel continues from manny of the branch roads in that state. An action against the Cleat North ern road has been started in the dis trict court at Fort Benton by Cyrus T. Neubert on behalf of himself and several others, alleging the lo s cf $1,997.5tu to them by the failure of the railroad io convey cattle to market. The cattle were loaded at Kershaw on October 17. It wa.s ai surprise to mlany to learn that Peter D)esRosier, one of the pro gressive merchants of llavre had made a.n assignment last week. Mr. DesRos:lr has been one of the pains taking and accommodating busin.ss men of hllis city for several years and it is hoped that he will resume bus iness here in the near future. Miss Margaret Morgan, eniploy-d at the Havre Steam Laundry, was quite seriously injured Wednesday at the latndry by having the fingers of her hand severely burned in the big flat iron known as a mangle. The in jury will necessitate her giving up her work at the laundry for some time until Ihe member is healed. Geo. 'Hanks arrived home F' iday last from a three weeks' visit to old friends in Helena and Great Falls. The report which was published by North Montana newspapers last week to the effect that Mr. Hlanks had de cided tc remove permanently fom Havre wase erroneous. Mr. H-anks says that " Hav:.. is good enough for him.' S.laumaican Lady Spelks Highly of Cthamlnerlain's Cough Remedy. Mrs Miiieael aHart, wife of the stup crinteli:lnt of Cart Service at King:; ton, .]l staka, West India Islands, says that sl,. has for some years used C('ha1ne:tlain's C('ouc-h Hle:ce'y for oagh.s. cgroup and whooping rough an las found it very be.nefi, ial. She has imilicir confiden.ce in it and wou!d not Lr v ithouta bottle of it in her hone. W'i by Havre D)rug Co. Attrortm y F. Hi. Stranalihil of 'Fort Ilenton pent seer'.Cal hout s in the -i-y Sasturda, last. lIe was en route to Harlem where be was the su:,es ful bidder at the administrator's sa!e (f the tien Eller's ranch properly, which is located near Colburg. Mr. Strana han purchased the ranch of 160 acres at $12.30 per acre, considering it a d^ sirable property at that price. MASQUERADE A SUCGESS It was a gay throng of dancers that filled the opera house hall last ev ening and enjoyed the hall mas .ue given l'y the Sons of Herman, the occasion being their annual affair of the kind which has become recognized as one of the leading social events of the winter season. The attendance was large, and would have bhen larger in all probability had the wacahe: b en more mtsderate. The gallery was not as well fi!led with spectators as was expected, the hall being cold and it would have been uncomfortable the:e. As a financial success, those who had the same in charge stats to the Herald that the lodge will not play even. The advertising and o.her expenses were heavy and the sale of tickets was not as large as it was expected. THowever, the nmasquera e will go down in history as one of the most enjoyable and best conduct ed ever given by any lodge in the city. Natuiaily, the interest of all cent ered on the prize winners and the attractive array given by prominent business men and the lodge itself re sulted in every one taking exception al pa!ns with their costumes. A costumei from Helena furnished the costumes and many were made in this city. It would be difficult to enum erate the costumers or any part of them, but suffice it to say that there were mrany very attractive ones. The official list of prizes is given below. Sam Iludson, with number 19, drew the $35.00 side board. Prizes were awarded as follows for costumes worn at the masquerade: Most elegant costune--Mre. John Goodall, drum major, first; lMrs. Fer ris, a costume of her own make, sec ond. Men: Roy Putt, Indian chi:f. first; Lawrence Sunday. prince, set ond. Best character ostunic--Mi.s lt'se Crowell, washerwoman, first; Miss Its zel Smith, cow girl, second. Me:i: Irish comedian, S. E. Luft, first: Mike Healey, tow boy, second. Most original costume-Rose Kalle nan and Mazie Maughan, llis'er l3rown, lirst; Gladys Perry, ne'oni:l. Men: c;eorge Worland, chink, firt:1; Edgar !amom, ghost, second. Most comical costunme-Nonie .th - Closky, Topsy, first; Willow IlHudson, baker girl, second. -Men: Dick Ll:yd, Irish comedian, first: W. Cullom, clown, second. Best Sons of H-terl'ian cos:otu,. Richard Olwn. The judges were: Dr. MIcKenzie, .1. L. Green, W. Carrow. A . I)eDeeker, John f. D)unnigan. The IHerald has an opti' 11 on 1(;o acres of fine creek bottom land, well watered and timbered, with many im provements. Will be sold cheap and is a bargain for anyone looking for a homestead. iocated about 7 miles from tli llnm. "For particu'a:t ad dress Till I HIE IALI), Harre, Mont. A big rotary went out west Thllrs day afternoon. bound for the scene of the snow slides in the mountain district. It was accompanied by a crew of shovelers and extra help to fight the big drifts. The one which went out Wednesday only got as far as about thirty miles wsl; of Cut Bank, when it was compeliled to re turn for repairs. Ranchers in from Chinook Wednes day state that the reports of loss of stock have been greatly exaggerated and that there has been little if any loss in that vicinity. The hay sup ply, while running short, was enough to carry them along another week and hay is being got in to the ranch es in quantities this week from a bout Harlem and other points in the valley. Moti hers who give their ch:ld en Ionentii ay'. l.axativ' Cough Syrup in varial: tindorse iP. Children like it becau.,e the taste is so pleasant. Con taints Hioney and Tar. It is the O rigin:, Laxative Cough Syrup and is nmrric;.ýed for the relief of croup. Drive: the cold out through the bliw els. Conforms to the National Prue Food and Drug Law. Sold by ie 'k stead Bl. ug Co. CItA3MBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY ABSOLUTELY HARMLESS. Every mother should know that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is l'e:' fectly safe for children to take, a; it conlains nothing harmful. For s:le by IIavre Drug Co. Neta l) every per.,n who is s;b ject ti, attiacks from the stomach su: fers fI:rom a morbid dread of a diett ic treat!.( int for relief, that is thre. fouri:" starvation, and one -f'u:lh toast aun milk. On the other hand you can eat as you please and dige.st the food by the aid of a good digest ant, thus giving the tired stomach e qually as much rest. Eat what you please and take a little Kodol for In digestioni after your meals. It digests what you eat. Sold by hicckstead Drug Co. There was considerable excitement at the Eagle cafe Monday evening, the occasion being a blaze started in the corner of the room by the tipping over of the coffee urn and the lamp used to keel) it warm. The blaze shot up to the ceiling and blackened the walls up considerable before it was put unt. The fire department responded, but the flames had been extinguished before they arrived. The following is the Study C'u b program; for the meeting to bIe held with Mrs. Lewis. Friday, Feb. 1. R oll Call.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . Paper.. H.eroes of the Amteri.aný . ..............Revolution Paper . .... 13urgoyne's nvasion and . ..r..esults..Mrs. Irvine. Paper.. ..The Conway Cobal.. . ...Mrs. Lewis Gordy's history. pages 1l7--175 incl. The case of the state versus Malson on the charge of murder is on at I-e lena an d advices indicate that it. will be a long-drawn-out and interesting one, as the evidence seems to be mostly circumstantial in its nature. The local interest in the outcome is keen on account of the location of the scene of the crime, Fort Assinni boine. A full account of the case alppeared in the Herald .some weeks ago. The fact that the thinook wind of Wednesday came so gradually, the wind blowing steadily all night Tues day before it made and perceptable impression on the drifts, will prob ably result in the avoidance of a flood in the cast. end of the city. The snow settled rapidly and the same passed off without any great. flood thus far. Old timers are of tile opinion that there is little danger now unless we have more heavy snow falls and warmT weather continually. Last evening, the ladies of t he Or der of the Eastern Star were the hostesses at a very enjoyable social session at which tlhe mnemlibers of the Masoni,. lodge of the city were the guests. The so' ial session followed the regi a'r bcusiness session antd in til after midnight the lodge rooms were th ' smenle of' a veiry jolly crowd of al;sotr and th lci ;alies. I)D ncing was elljoyed, Chat:. . . olms o(f ( rea Falls furnishing the music. Rif:re.5h mlents vret- s, oirl dll ing lthe eve - ning. ;.'he session was one of the most c .joyable ever given b1y Ihea or del aliu the ladie.; a t'' tim c] out Ciii - lated lluponi their i ut ·'.ws. Read the Herald and notice that It PRINTS THIE NW\VS. It should 1;e in every. home in Chouteau county. Pioneer Grocery Co. INCORPORATED) : SThackery Block - IIAVRE, MONT. : No freight traijs imovinug yet, but we( are still furnishing our customers with all the .oods they call for Have You Tried Us Have You Tried Our Goods a Wke are stBc aily increasig our capacity t :!$ handle more goods & serve more customers $+ T EHGIVE US A TRIAL $.0Phone 106 Phone 106 PIONEER GROCERY CO I CO. " INCORPORATED) SThacke:y Block .' THE HARVE HERALD $2.00 Per Year . " . Prints the News LOOKS DARK FOR ACCUSED Did Edward Mason first strike his room-mate, Riley Huff, with a ham mer and then attempt to remove the blood stains from the hammer with warm water? Why did he call at the home of Mrs. Adams and ask for hot water in the evening at about 6:30 o'clock? What was the cause of the reported ineasines manifest: about his actions when he asked Sergeant aMagin if he had seen Mason on the morning of Wednesday? These are among the important questions it will be for the accused to explain, accord ing to advices received here today from Helena. Yesterday, Emil Starz testified that he made a chemical an alysis of the spots on the sledge ham mer and found them blood. Mrs. Adams, testified that he called at her home for warm water on that mem orable dlay. The evidence is con sidered as damaging for the defense. -- . .~-c~t The Modern Woodmen of Havre gave a successful social session at the lodge rooms W\ednesday evening, to which Woodmene and their friends were invited. The evening was spent in social chat and dancing. Elaborate refreshments were served. Several new inember,: will bI lt:kn in to the lodge soon and it is one of the most substantial and growing fralernal ord ers in the city, having a membership of influential and earnest workers. Mr. 1 ay Mclfamnmond entertained a number of his friends at his home last Friday evening, the occasion being his nineteenth birthday. Mu sic, cards and dancing furnished the evening's entertainment. Refresh Inents, consisting of sandwiches, pick les, chocolate. cake. fruit salad and candy were served. Those present were tl:e Misses Ilabe Richards, Imo gene Allen, I)ella Kester, Marion lBroadwater, and Messrs. Fred Rtose, lien Do)axstatlir and L ostler \Vlebbtr. Mlayor I,. NtwVtiati wlen t to -elena lMondany night to :arrange for the lious ing of ilavre's delegation to the Great or Mon iana ntetinig to be held in the c'apitol city next Tuesday, the 29th. The \Vhiitefih l'ilot takes a very rosy view of the Io.ssibilittics of rail 'Oad coast-ruct int in Montana. A re c-(tt! is:tne says: "11 is expected't that. lthe tuittels otl lt tiew Itillings & North-,, railmoud w'll be comlp'eted lv sprit;g, anti 1ttliington trains may Ire I nl.'' llli blt lh''t t h \V h itefi -h n e tl fall."