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CITY IN BRIEF
New line of Alabastine in All col ors at Beckstead's. Register or you can't vote-Saturday is the last chance. A baby girl was born to the wife of Operator Cobbs last week. FOR SALE-A New England Piano. Enquire of Mrs. Frank Hopkins. Geo. E, Ross, the Yantic horse rais er, is in the city this week. Mrs. W. B. Young was this week absent in Great Falls, visiting friends, BALED HAY-$20.00 lrer ton; $1 per bale. A. 3. Clarke. J. B. Patten has gone to Glasgow to take charge of the day yard there. Sheriff Frank McDonald cf Fort Benton was a city visitor last Satur day. The ladies of the M. E. church will serve a dinner in a down town build ing April 24th. tf. Archie MIcMilian was a visitor in Great Falls Tuesday, attending to business. Harness and shelf hardware ro:d at a greatly reduced rate. Broad water, Pepin & Brioadwatcr. The Ladies' Aid of the M. E. church will meet next Thursday afterncon with Mrs. Rogers. You will have one more opportunity to register for the coming spring e lection-tomorrow, Saturday. ]'OR SALE-The furniture of a 6 rqdom house, complete. Enquire of / Mrs. N. J. IRVINE. / Sheriff Frank McDonald was in the city Sunday last on his way to Sweet Grass hills on official business. The Ladies' Guild will sarve a sup per Wednesday, April 3d, in Chestnut's vacant store from 5:30 to s p. m. See the line of Easter Novelties and Post Cards at Beckstead's. Pat Many, the Chinook coal mine operator, spent a few hours of Satur day in the city transacting business. Engineer George Gillium, one of Jim Hill',, most trusted men is laying off this week on account of sickness. All kinds of embroidery stamping done by Mrs. Koerner for the bene fit of the Ladies' Guild. 39-4t Mrs. Corey has returned from Spo kane, Wash., where she has spent the winter with her daughter Mrs. Hood. W. H. Blair of Fulton, Minnesota, was a city visitor this week, accom panying Manager Holland of the E lectric Co. You can get all sizes of window glass at Beckstead's. C. D. Box will move next Tuesday into the house to be vacated on Sa turday by M. J. Healy, who moves to his ranch. Mrs. Smith and daughter Hazel and son Harry left Wednesday for Crook ston, Minn., where they will make their home. Plows, harrows and disks can be purchased now for a third less than later on. Broadwater, Pepin & Broad water. Remember the Easter ball to be giv en next Monday at the opera house by the Eagles. The funds are to go towards the convention fund. One of the new laws enacted by the Tentb legislative assembly requires that niominations for school trustees be made at a public meeting. Go to Beckstead's for White Pine for cough syrups, only 25 cents per bottle. S.. G. Quist, printer and practical newspaper man of Minneapolis, Min nesota, arrived yesterday and has tak en a position with the Herald. We Will Loan You Money on Watchls, Diamonds & Jeweley An Easter Jewel that would make a ift worth 'receiving we have in inuxpens Iye scarf pins, bracelets and brooxxces. Jewelry for Easter gifts or Spring weddings are shown in beautiful designs, CQ1PYRIGHT from the simplest to the most elaborate article, at THE CHURCHILL JEWELRY CO. ('NCORPORATED) Havre Hotel Building Dr. A. E. Williams has removed his office from the Gussenhoven block to the First National bank building, where he has a suite of rooms. BAJLED HAY--$20.00 per ton; $1 per bale. A. B. Clarke. Four notices, of quartz locations in the Little Rockies were filed in the county clerk's office by Thomas Ei dem, James R. Dewar, W. Guinn and Frank Dixon. J. A. Kenney, father of S. J., came in this week with a car of his house hold effects and will become a per manent resident of Ilavre. Mr. Ken ney came from Ada, Minnesota. Storage Room for Rent.--Suitable for storing dry goods, furniture or light stocks. Enquire of O. St. Ger maine. 41-4t The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres byterian church will meet with Mrs.. Dan O'Neil Thursday afternoon, April 4th. Election of officers will be held, and a full attendance fs requested. Miss May Kenney of Ada, .Minn - sota, arrived yesterday and will make her home in this city in the future. Miss Kenney is a sister of S. J. (Steve) Kenney, the popular draymau. A complete aes:srtment of Alabas tine, Japalac, Wall Paper, Paints and Varnishes cat Beckstead's. For Sale at a Bargain--One thirteen room lodging house, corner 8th ave and 3rd street, and one S-room house on 1st street between 7th and 8th avenues. For particulars cnquile of A. G. Staten. 42-tf. Phil Gilboe, the "old original Silver Dollar" was in the city Wednesday, visiting friends. Mr. Gilboe is now employed in the Mint at Great Falls, but still retains a warm spot in his heart for Havre. HOUSE FOR SALE. Modern 7-room house in central location. Good barn. Price $2,000; part cash, balance on liberal terms. MRS. F. G. HOPKINS. County Attorney Florian A. Carnal was a visitor id the city the early part of the week, prosecuting several im portant-cases and, incidentally, giving further, and individual notice that slot machines anid poker must go. For one day this week Attorney J. K. Bramble was engaged in the res taurant businss. On Monday he bought the Eagle Cafe and on Tues day he sold it to J. J. Judd, the pro prietor of Judd's Cafe, who will run both eating houses in the future. Wm. Swanton, popularly known as "Count," returned home the first of the week from a few days' visit at the Boulder Hot Springs. The city was well represented at the springs last - week, H. J. Meili, Shorty Young, Wm. Yeon and one or two others being there. Before making .your purchases of Wall Paper, see the new line at Beck stead's. Judge W. B. Pyper bound N. E. Thomas over to the district court on a charge of assault preferred by Mrs. Fredericks. Thomas is under bonds of $1,000 to appear. According to reports the assault was a most brutal one, and happened in the city last Saturday morning. Miles City is preparing for the twenty-second annual meeting of the Montana Stockgrowers' association, which is to be held in that city on Tuesday, April 16. The annual meet ing of the North Montana Roundup association will be held in Great Falls a few days later. A special meeting of the stockhsld ers of the Havre-Box Elder Tele phone Company will be held at the city hall in Havre, Montana, at 3 o'clock p. m., Saturday, March 30, 1907, fos the election of five direct ors, and such other business as may come before the meeting. Ranchers and others interested are cordially invited to attend this meet ing. HENRY J. MEILI, Secretary. The sheep market has opened t p again and the first sale reported .is ( from the Sweet Grass country, Grant 1 Learned" having s6!d 3,000 head of 1 mixed sheep, consisting of about 1,700 breeding ewes, f00 yearlings and 500 1 two-year old wethers, to Henry Evers at'a price of $4.00 per head. Word was brought to the city the first of the week telling of the de struction of the county bridge over Big Sandy creek, about seven miles west of the city and County Commis sioner Olaf G. Skylstead left for the scene to look over the ground and as certain the extent of the damages. Among the alinouncements m'rde by President Roosevelt for appooietment as principal and alternate for exeamiL tion and adm'ission to the IT. S. Mili tary academy at West Point in HiOS is the name of Claude Debusey Hunt, son of Lieut. Col. L. R. Iunt, comn manding officer at Fort Alssinoiboino, Montana. Registration for the coming city e lection was the lightest, up to the hours of closing the books Wednesday night, that has ever been experienced in the history of the city. A total of only 3+ voters were registered in all three wards of the city. Of course, there will be one day more in which the books will be open-Saturday. E. I. Holland, of Great Falls, man ager of the Havre Electric Co., was a visitor in the city this week spending several days looking over the business of the local plant, in which work he was assisted by J. H. Smart of Butte, the secretary-treasurer. It redounds to the credit of Mr. W. W. Wilson to say that they found everything in a flourishing codnition. Green Bros. this week took over the already popular barber shop of W. H. Means in Glasgow, R. L. (Dick) Green taking charge and depriving HIvre of the best waltzer in the city-himself as so declared at the last prize con tests in public-the Sons of Hermann ball. Mr. Green took away with him an able assistant in the person cf Stanley (Bud) McLeod. H. J. Meili, always affectionately known in Havre and particularly so since the Agammendon wonders he ac complished in the showing the Eagles of Montana that Havre was the only right and proper place for the holding of the 1907 state convention, is this week on a tour of Montana central cities, ..still in the interest of the ap proaching convention and of the Greater Havre. A party of "live ones" went.to Gt. Falls last evening. The party was composed of Dr. D. S. McKenzie, Fred Auerbach, Jerry Ryan, Max Schmidt, Walter Fryberg, D. H. Wat ers, and Dan McKay, part of whom are going to be initiated into the mysteries of the Elk lodge, and part of them are simply going along to see that the candidates get all that's coming to them. Lola A. Schwartz entertained ten of her little girl friends Saturday after noon, March 23d, in honor of her birthday. Games were played during the afternoon. Refreshments were served, consisting of sandwiches, rikck les, cake, cocoa, fruit, candy and salt ed nuts. Those present were Gladys Mathews, Anna Skylstead, Lila B:ad er, Emily Hoffman, Marion McNaught, Eva Chestnut, Ruth Smith, Ncnie and Helen Cowan, and Helen Griffin. Monday night last the Royal Neigh bors held forth at McIntyre's opera house, an'd, with assistance of some mere male friends a right royal time the estimable and admired women had of it. No social function of the seas on has been of a more all around memorable character. As dance man agers the ladies proved as splendid as they always do as dance partners. Jacques' orchestra provided its choic est strains and cake and the et cet eras were dispensed from the stage. Advices from the Pacific coast states report active trading in sheep at good prices. A recent news item from El lensburg, Wash., says: H. Smithson has just completed the delivery of 1,500 head of sheep, which he recent ly sold to James Wright. The price paid was $6.25 per hundred pounds unshorn, and as the sheep we'gh on an average of 127 pounds each they will bring Mr. Smithson about $8 per head, or in the neighborhood of $12, 000. The sheep will be used by the purchaser for the Alaska trade. Thad F. Raymond was in the city Saturday morning last bright and early, looking for one of his valuable black driving horses which was rc moved from the barn on his ranch west of the city some time during Fi i day night. Being what you may call "an old timer" in this section 'Thad" has acquired the universal habit of the country and believes not in lcek ing his barn or his house, and this is the first time that his confidence has been abused. However, no trace of the animal could be found and he is out and injured. Read the Railroad story-Page Two. All furniture, wall paper and queensware which\ was in stock of the H. W. Gress business, also farm ing implemrnta, will ba sold at ab solute cost at 3Broadwater, Pep'n. & Broadwater's. Engineer F. .\. Hadrath of the Havre Fuel Co.'s coal mine north of the city went down to Chinook Sa turday night for a few hours' visit with old friends there. The work at the mines was closed down at noon on Satu: diy for the first layof cf ;vf e an hour ihis winter. Geo. W\. Hall, who was, fir several years, ,to:k inspector for Chouteau county, a.s in Harlem the fi'st of the week f, on DUodson where he owns a big chu;k of Un .cle Sam's domain, and part ofC ,lih he leased to VWeiga'iid Bros. 'rr. Hall is not doing lanything at pre ,ut. Harlem News. The tarny iriends of Mr. and ,r:. 'i., h. S.prague in Northern Montana will be grieved to learn of their ree ent sad affliction. After a lingering illness the youngest of their three little children, a bright baby girl of about , ine months of age, died at their lo:,:i- near Gildf:rd last Sulnday. All t::h c of their children have been sick for some months and Mr. and Mrs. P ;:cague came to lHavre with the two older ones the first of this weekr to give them medical attendance. The death of the little one was one of the saddest ithat has come to our notice for years. The afflicted couple e',:e alone during the death and a few days following and were forced to perform the sad rites without a friend near. Colds contracted early in the winter by the little ones developed into lneu monia. The city fire department was called out yesterday just at noon to fight a fire in the Watterman residence, just outside the city limits in east Havre. The house, a large two-story frame dwelling was recently purchased by George Herron. Fire must have been started by a defective flue. The ,department lost considerable time in getting there owing to the mud, and after their arrival on the scene it was found that the hose was short. All the hose belonging to the city was then brought and still the fire could not be reached, so that it was neces sary to send back to town a second time and secure the hose from the power house. When this was done it was only a short time until the flames were extinguished, but not until considerable damage was dlone to I The Spring Show of Stein Block Tailored t Suits for Men at Prices Within Reach You don't pay a fancy price here in order to secure a stylish tailored Stein-Bloch Suit for Spring-our policy regaarding profit eliminates all that. In the Spring display asembled about us are well fitting gar ments in which no " hand-me-down" peculiarities are included. Our aim is to give to our public all the satilfaction . that could be inluded in good tailoring-to give quail ity in materials used-to give the best linings and to give expert workmanship for a reasonab!e amount. - The Spring display cf Stein-Bloch Clothing is a comprehensive one-it is indeed varied-it is tempt ing. The newsst styles in Hats, Neckwear, Shirts and other furnishings are waiting you also. Won't you visit our store and get in touch with the Spring seasons best, when the best is sold at the price of the other kind at other stores? Stein Bloch Suits The Boy's Clothing The highest class of hand tailored garments in the west in fine domes- Everything that a boy may de tic and imported fabrics $18 to $35 sire or require will be found here, pr'ices start at 81.50 for young li Good 'Business Suits boys and runs up to the finest Kerschbaum and other reliable young men's clothing made on this makes $18.00 down to $10.00 continent. WE: : : :QUALITY UNDERSELL HIGHER THAN SEVERYBODY VP R I C E A MONEY SAVER Buy Your Home DON'T PAY RENT I (an Stll You a Home on EASY Monthly lay t ... ...... 0-------------o I. have Sevteral nice centraly 1.::ited lots for saleh, which will make nice (Idwellin lots, andt if you are thinking of bu1 ing a lot, call and see me. 0 -- - ------- ---0 HOUSES FOR RENT I ]have the only houste rental agency in tlhe city. (.'omue and see mel it' you want to rent i house.l If You Want Anything "Talk With Carruth" i ~B~~,_,-~------ --~ ~~_~ ~ 39i thle house, though the household ef fects of Elmer Carpenter were mostly saved through the assistance of Prof. Troy and the high school boys. The department made a hard fight, and incidentally ask that acknowledgemen be made to MIr. S. K. Hudson for his timely aid in dire need. AFFLICTED WITH RIIEUMATISM. "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 than pleased with the prompt relief which it affords. One application relieves the pain. For sale by the Havre Drug Co. Victor, in the. Bitter Root valley, is also out for the location of the state fish hatchery. There is already a hatchery at Victor, and many fish from the government spawn have been hatched there. A HINT TO TRAVELERS. While in Suffolk, Va., Heny Crroll, Jr., proprietor of the Beaverton, Mich Hardware ,Co., was taken very sick with bowel trouble. A traveling sale man from Saginaw, Mich., advised him to get a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which he did. "It soon cured me, and I take pleasure in recommending it," he says. No one should leave home on a journey without a bottle of this remedy. It is almost sure to be needed and is not obtainable while on steamship or cars. Sold by the Havre iDrug Co.