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CITY IN BRIEF
County Attorney F. A. Carnal is a city visitor today. Ford's ladies shoes are high grade Lucke :ells them. R. E. Cowan of Big Sandy spent Sunday in Havre. Mrs. Will Myers of Box Elder was a liavre visitor Saturday. The cvent of a life time, the big lonm end sale at the Commercial. Mrs. H. F. Schwartz and Mrs. Ever Neilson returned to Box Elder Satur day. Joe and \Vill \'an Alstine of Gild lord were transacting business in Havre Monday. Lucke has new Easter shoes even for tlhe ladies. Byron Schwartz, wife and daughter Lola spent Sunday visiting their par ents of this city. County Treasurer L. O. Hudson was here this week from Fort Benton for a short visit with home folks. BALED HAY-$20.00 per ton; $1 per bale. A. B. Clarke. Mayor V. M. Gardiner of Galata was a city visitor last Friday, coming down to take in the Eagles' big meet ing. The ladies of the M. E. church will serve a dinner in a down town build ing April 24th. tf. Storage Room for Rent.--Suitable for storing dry goods, furniture or light stocks. Enquire of 0. St. Ger .anane. 41-4t Mrs. Thad. F. Raymond left Mon day for Portland. She accompanied MIrs. Cook, who will enter a hospital in that city. If you want to see some new things in shoes, take a look at Lucke's win dows. Mrs. H. F. Schwartz, Sr., who was .operated on two weeks ago, is out of danger and getting along splendid. H. .F., Jr., will soon return. Wm. Franke of Chinook was here a few hours Wednesday. He was returning from Fort Benton, where he took out his citizenship papers. Harness and shelf hardware sold at a greatly reduced rate. Broad water, Pepin & Broadwater. .!as. E. Fox of Harlem, represent ing the Globe Tailoring Co. of Mil waukee, is here for a few days and has headquarters at Frank Kaste's cigar store. All kinds of embroidery stamping done by Mrs. Koerner for the bene fit of the Ladies' Guild. 39-4t Rev. E P. Lewis, wife and daugh ter, Miss Elizabeth, departed for their home in St. Paul, Minnesota, after spending the winter in Havre for the benefit of Mrs. Lewis' health. FOR SALE-A New England Piano. Enquire of Mrs. Frank Hopkins. D. H. Campbell, of the Havre Steam Laundry, arrived home the first of the week from Wabasha, Minnesota, where he was called a couple weeks ago by the illness and death of his aged mother. Did you see the new shoes Lucke is selling? Mrs, Barclay arrived in Havre Sa turday. She, was called here by the illness, of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel Reno. The many friends of Mrs. Reno will be pleased to learn that she is out of danger. New goods arriving daily and being rushed forward and placed on sale only to be grabbed up by the enthu siastic crowd. Follow the crowd and come to the Commercial Saturday. BALED HAY-$20.00 per ton; $1. per bale. A. B. Clarke. We Will Loan You Money on Watches, Diamonds a Jewelry THE CHURCHILL JEWELRY CO. (INCORPORATED) Having purchased the bankrupt stock of F. H. Churchill at less thansone half it is actually worth, we are in a position to offer bargains at prices never before heard of in this city. An inspection will prove our statements. Fine Watch Repairing ' G. N. Watch Inspector Heavre Hotel Building A. J. Brodrick was receiving the congratulations of his friends Satur day over the arrival of a new daugh ter, who made her appearance at his home the night before. Mother and daughte'l are doing nicely. The Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church ~ ill have a social reception at the home of Mrs. C. B. Griffin, Thursday afternoon, March 28. All the ladies. of the churches and their friends are cordiaally invited to at tend.. When you want something good for the children, buy them Red School House Shoes. F. F. 1s. suot, of tihe firm of Bos suot & Fuller, of Havre, who are to build the new hotel for J. W. Hum phrey, was ini town Mouday anmd Tues day, making arraugements to begin work on the new building.-Culbertson Searchlight. Lucke is showing white, gray, pink and blues in canvas Oxfords this season. TRev. J. L. Christler left Tuesday r.ornirg for his parishes east of here. it was his intention to spend Tues day and Wednesday in Harlem, Thursday and Friday in Malta, and L Saturday and Sunday in Glasgow, rc turnipg to Havre early next week. City orchestra Sunday evening at the hotel Havre during dinner. A merican plan dinner 75 cents. A broken flange on one of the wheels of an east-bound freight car, caused a disastrous wreck near Dod son last Saturday afternoon at one o'clock. The train, a through freight was crossing a bridge about four miles west of Dodson, which is about 20 feet high. Four or five cars went off the bridge, and about 20 cars were ditched Traffic was delayed several hours. City orchestra Sunday evening at the Hotel Havre during dinner. A merican plan dinner 75 cents. A grand ball will be given by Ada camp No. 3879, Royal ,Neighbors of America, on Monday, March 25th. Mu sic will be furnished by G. Jacques' orchestra, and refreshments will be served in the hall by the ladies. No pains are being spared to make this event a most enjoyable one and a large crowd will doubtless be in at tendance. When you want GOOD shoes, go I to a SHOE STORE. A. formal circular has been sent out by the state railroad commission to all division superintendents and gon eral managers of railways in the state, notifying the companies to give strict er attention to the law passed by the legislature requiring the posting of delayed trains in the stations and the notifying of the central telephone station in towns where the railway depot is connected by telephone. A full course dinner at the Hotel Havre, Sunday evening at 75 cents on the P merican plan, or you may order what 'ou wish on the European plan. Music during the dinner by Dr. Gor don's o:chestra. Charles A. McCarter, cowboy, of Malta, roped a bride in Havre Mondy, and W. B. Pyper who exercised the office of justice on the occasion, de clared him fair and entitled to his prize. The bride was Miss Minnie Oldson, and, as she came all the way from Minneapolis, Minn., at the dar ing of McCarter, it appears that af fairs were made easy for him on the round-up, whatever trouble he may have had on the trail. The new fire whistle, ordered some weeks ago, has been received and was placed in commission this week. It is just the opposite pitch of the old b one, which was shrill and piercing. R This one, has a full round tone and can be heard from a much greater f distance. There are one or two whis- sa tles on engines in the yards here which resemble the old one very much and it was this fact which call- h ed for the purchase of a new whistle. LOCAL FIRE ORGAN IZATION IS BU$SY (Continued from Page One.) long the line of his difficulties than can Havre, the hell-scourged and God ly-risen metropolis of the range. Cert ainly, if anything lie in the value of experience, it is to the credit and the stored information of the Havre fire men, because each of them has "been there," and the majority of them have been there under circumstances that few of the firemen-of other towns hav. known Havre firemen can, anid will, inform visitors about fighting fires, beside giving them more than beef to eat and water to drink. Ben Spangler, former foreman of Hose No. 2 and secretary of the de partment, 'tried to resign these posi tions at this week's meeting, and did -with the result that he was chosen First Assistant chief of the depart ment. Mr. Spengler is. a city coun cilman, as is, also William Kendig, who resigned the position of First As sistant chief. W. B. Pyper was chos en as secretary of the department, in the stead of Spengler. . James S. Carnal, secretary of the Montana State Firemen's association, , was elected Second assistant chief. It was decided that every fireman of Havre must uniform himself-and it was also quickly ordered that he must pay for his toggery out of the funds left in the pants he is to discard or in the bank. May 1, when dry weather is expect ed, Chief Gran announces, that every member of the department will be called to weekly runs and drills. Those who do not desire to obey must--olr quit. Plows, harrows and disks can be purchased now for a third less than later on. Broadwater, Pcpin & Broad water. C. C. Babb, engineer in charge of the St. Mary's government irrigation project spent Saturday in town, waiting for a train to return to Browning after a trip to the south ern part of the state. Mr. Babb said that the snow had not yet left the ground near the lakes, but that the preparations for beginning of ac tive work were well along and that as soon as the ground did clear of the snow and frost, the construction work, started last season, would be pushed along. The talk of the town is the Big Loom End Sale at the Commercial. We have done things before, but this Big Loom End Sale has got them all beat. There is only one so you can't miss it. Havre Commercial. Lovers of the sport of horse racing will learn with pleasure that a matched race was arranged this week between two "fast ones," both well known here, in fact Wild Hat, one of the horses is owned here. Oliver C. Tingley, the Big Sandy horse raiser and racer was here the first of the week and matched the race with E. W. Worthern to take place on April 15th, for a purse of $200 a side. There is some talk of raising a fund for purses for some other rac es the same day. Save your wif e all the worry and work of cooking nd eat Sunday eve ning. at the Hotel Havre. Course din ner for 75 cents, or order what you wish on the European plan. George D. Hansen, formerly of Chi nook, but now located near Medicine Hat, Canada, where he is running a band of sheep, was a visitor in the city one day last week. Mr. Hanson brought his sheep through the winter with very little loss, though he fed considerable hay, and says that in fact there was very little loss of live stock of any- description in his neigh borhood; the only losers were those who did not have sufficient hay on had to carry their stock through the winter. When he left the ground was clear of snow, and the weather was mild and balmy. All furniture, wall paper and queensware which was in stock of the H. W. Grcss business, also farm ing implements, will be sold at ab solute cost at Broadwater, Pepin & Broadwater's. Leal, N. D., March 12, 1907. Mr. James Holland, Havre, Mont. Dear Sir:-I wish to express my thanks and gratitude to you for the highly professional manner in which you prepared the "body of my sen Walter for shipment. The funeral was held here on Sunday, the casket being opened during the entire serv ice, and all friends united in saying 1 the remains looked beautiful. Ycurs very truly F. B. SMITH. It pays to buy scmething good in shoes, for the cheap ones might dis solve this weather. N EIGiBORH00D CHAT Something fiom each of (.ar neighboring papers on varl'iolus topics reproduced for the enter- ' Ltainment of Herald readers. MONTANA CATTLE TO CHICAGO MAIIKE'I': E. E. Leech on Tuesday evening, loaded 183 head of cattle for the Chi cago market. The cattle, which were in good shape, comprised. one, . two and three-year olds and it is ex pected a good price will Le realized. This i:; about one half of a lot Mr. Leech has bee:r fcading the past v:iut er and is in the shape o; an vcxp.e-i ment. Mlr. Leech wsnt with the cattle.- ..ourad Observer. CAPITOL CITY DOINGS. Helena, March 13-Ned Clark Hay nes, who came from Butte to report the legislature for the Butte Min er. but who was thrown out cf .n job by the closing dawn of his paper, met his fate while Lors in Miss Mamic Smith, one of the legislative com mittee clerks, and they were married in Butte Tuesday evening. Mr. Haynes, and bride have returned to Helena, he having taken a position with the street railway company here. The wives and daughters of the imtmberts of the Knights of Pythias order in this city have organized a Temple of the Pythian Sisters, to be known as Ivy Temple No. 13. Subscriptions for the proposed electric road from this city up the Bitte IRoot valley to Hamilton are coming in well. The valley people have subscribed over $12,000, and Sid ney. Ward and John Magee are now soliciting subscriptions to the stock in Missoula, and are meeting with good success. Articles of incorporation of the Bit ter Root Fruit Growers' association have been filed wits: the secretary of state, with a capital stock of $10, 000. The incorporators are C. M. Allen of Lo Lo, Henry Buck of Stev ensvillc, Chas. McRae of Woodside, R. W. Nicol of Hamilton and W. B. Harlan of Como. San Francisco, March 14.-In accci'd ance with the action of the board of education rescinding 'he resolution barring Japanese pupils from schools, as requested by President Roosevelt, .bsie little Japanese girls were admit ted to the Redding primary. AFFLICTED WITH RHEUMATISM. "I was and am yet afflicted with rheumatism," says Mr. J. C. Bayne, editor of the Herald, Addington, In dian Territroy, '"but thanks to Cham berlain's Pain Balm am able once mor to attend to business. It is the best of liniments." If troubled with rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial and you are certain to be more thani pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. One application relieves the pain. For sale by the Havre Drug Co. The promoters of the dance which was held Monday evening in the op era house,-the Eagle lodge of this city-feel still more encouraged over the affair. Though the attendance was not quite so large as the one pre vious, there was a number of tickets sold and a neat little sum was added to their convention funds. The opera house was most tastily decorated for this occasion, in fact many present were of the opinion that they were the prettiest ever seen in the hall. Next event to be given by the Eagles will be the grand Easter ball, occurring on Monday, April 1st, for which arrange ments have already been started. HOUSE FQR SALE. Modern 7-room house . in central location. Good barn. Price $2,000; part cash, balance on liberal terms. MRS. F. G. HOPKINS. ALWAYS KEEPS CHAMBERLAIN'S COUGH REMEDY IN HIS HOUSE. "We would not be without Chamb erlain's Cough Remedy. It is kept on hand continually in our home," says W. W. Kearney, editor of the Inde pendent, Lowry City, Mo. That .s just what every family should do. When kept at hand ready for instant use, a cold may be checked at the outset and cured in much less time than after it has become settled in the system. This remedy is also without a peer for croup in children, and will prevent the attack when giv en as soon as the child becomes a little hoarse, or even after the croupy cough appears, which can only be don when the remedy is kept at hand.For sale by the Havre Drug Co. 'IERMS OF COURT, 19.i7. CIIOUTEAU COUNTY: Tuesday, March 19. Tuesday, June 18. Tuesday, October 22. VALLEY COUNTY: Tuesday, May 14. Tuesday, September 10. Tuesday, November 19. Don't Pay Rent TALK WITH CARRUTH BUY A HOME ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN I have sev\'eal cottae. from two tuosio, rooms that I can sell oil the imonthly payment plan IF YOU WANT TO BUILD (Come and see me. If you need moley. I Can Loan It to You E. C. CARRUTH, Eie Real Estate and Insurance Man. I'RNTERRS OF BUTTE HAVE ACKOIWLEDGED DEFEAT. Butte, March 14-It is admitted by members of the Butte typographical union that President Lynch of the international union has ordered the men to go to work at the old scale in effect prior to May 13, 1906, and that the strike will soon be at thing of the past. It is also stated that the papers will resume publication next Sunday. Jerry Mahoney has been nominated for mayor by the democrats of Butte, Phil Goodwin for treasurer and Alex McGowan for police magistrate. The republicans have nominated Represen tative Corby for mayor, Logan Mc Donald for treasurer and John I. Gric for police magistrate. The strike of the employees of the Butte street car has been successful, the men getting the raise they asked for, and the cars are now running. A special meeting of the stockhold ers of the Havre-Box Elder Tele phone Company will be held at the city ball in Havre, Montana, at 3 o'clock p. m., Saturday, March 30, 1907, foi the election of five direct ors, and such other business as may come before the meeting. Ranchers and others interested ate cordially invited to attend this meet ing. HENRY J. MEILI, Secretary. CALL FOR BIDS FOR MOVING CITY GARBAGE. Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned at his office in the Skyl stead block up to 8 o'clock p. m. on Monday, April 1st, 1907, for hauling and disposing of all, garbage in the City of Havre. Bids must specify the price per load of twelve feet with fourteen-inch sideboards. Garbage to be depoisted at place to be designated by the street commissioner. The city reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of the City Council. CHAS. A. ROSE, City Clerk. Klauke 6 Anderberg . Merchant Tailors .... A Complete Line of Foreign and Domestic Woolens Always on Hand WE LEAD IN FASHION FIT & FINISH Order Your Easter Suit Early First National Bank Bldg. ' ' PHONE 110. Read the Railroad story-Page Two. NOTICE OF ELECTION. The annual meeting of school dist rict No. 16, of Chouteau county, for the election of two trustees will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 1907, at the west side district school house. The polls will be open between the hours of two and 6 o'clock p. in. I.. K. DEVLIN, Ii. W. GROSS, C. W. LING, J. C. AULD, .1. A. McKENZIE. Tru.;tees. EL. M. ALLEN, Clerk. Dated, March 13, 1907. Read the Railroad story-Page Two. NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION. Office of the City Clerk Havre M,ontana, March 19th, 1907. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the annual municipal election in and for the city of Havre, Montana, will be held on Monday, the 1st day of April, 177. The polls will et opec from 7 o'clock A. M. to 6 o'clock P. M. of said day for the purpose of el ecting the following officers, to-wit: One alderman from the first ward, One alderman from the second ward, One alderman from the third ward. Voting places for said election wi!i be as follows: First ward, city coun cil room; second ward, Judge McIn tyre's office; third ward, Union hotel. CHAS. A. ROSE, City Clerk. Read the Railroad story--Page Two. NOTICE OF REGISTRATION. The undersigned will be at his store room next to the post office in Havre, Montana, from 10 o'clock A. M. till 10 o'clock P. MI. of Tuesday, March 26th., Wednesday, March 27th., and Saturday, March 30th., 1907, for the purpose of iegistering the qualified electors of the city of Havre, Mont ana, for the municipal election to be held on Monday, April 1, 1907. The said registration off ice will be closed from noon to 1 P. M., and from 6to 7 P. iI. of each of the above days. C. C. GIBNEY, Registry Agent. Read the hallroad story--Page Two.