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of High Grade Jewelry in the latest designs, such as Swastika, a stock of Witch es, Silverware, a line of Com munity Silverplated Ware (best on the market) and hand painted China just received. Call for Inspection Glasses Fitted and Guaranteed to Fit STROUSE Jeweler 41 Optician ' Opposite Hotel Havre SPEED FAST COAL ROAD (Continued from Page One.) am not in a position to say what the Great Northern will do, I can say that the company policy is to co-oper ate in every possible way in the de yelopment of industries that are with in its zone of operation, and as north ern Montana stands in need of an abundant supply of good fuel, and as a large coal mine is a considerable traffic producer, you can easily in fer the attitude of the railway com pany." Mr. McNaught, the popular superin tendent of this division of the Great Northern railway, and who at all times takes a lively interest in every thing that promises to benefit Havre, as well as efficiently looking after the interests of his road, also visit ed the coal mines, and his opinion of them, and as well of the improve ment project, is, like that of every other person who has examined the proposition, enthusiastically favorable, and commenting on what the railway company will do in a co-operative way, said: "The policy of the com pany is one of active and liberal co operation with every effort of indust rial development along its lines and it naturally is anxious to assist such enterprises. The general industrial agent of the company, Mr. Costello,] and the assistant general traffic man ager of the line, Mr. Kinney, both have inspected the coal mines and they were impressed with the extent of the development that has been ac complished and the stability of the coal vein. I am assured that these officials will recommend the improve ments that are desired, ana it is certain that the railway company will be ready to do its fulll part in help ing along the enterprise. And I will say, too, that the operation of this property on the scale planned will mean a great deal to the busines interests of Havre and it will also mean the addition of a considerable population and of several hundred new homes in the city." ROAD'S EYE ON HAVRE (Continued from Page One.) "We understand that the machine shops are to be this summer enlarged. That, in itself, ought to be a most encouraging note to Havre. Beside that we are looking about and con tract has been let for the biulding of a new lunch counter. All this doesn't seem to indicate that "Jim" Hill, nor Louis W. Hill is ignorant of, nor depreciative of, Havre, does it? "So far as our information goes there is no town in Northern Mont' ana on which the Great Northern of ficials have their eyes more closely fixed." HOW TO BREAK UP A COLD. It may be a surprise to many to learn that a severe cold can be com pletely broken up in one days' time. To do this, however, prompt action is necessary. The first symptoms of a cold are a dry, loud cough, a profuse watery discharge from the nose, and a thin, white coating on the tongue. When Chamberlain's Cough remedy is taken every hour on the first appear ance of these symptoms, it counteracts the effect of the cold and restores the system to a healthy condition within a day or two. For sale by the Havre Drug Co. Best location and best Business for the right party who wants to make a start in business-"Ta;k with Car ruth." "Last Day 0f School" (Continued from Page One.) Vocal Solo.. .......... ..Selected Mrs. Ray Sands Violin Solo.. .......... ..Selected Mrs. Geo. Turgeon, volinist; Mrs. A. J. Broadwater, vocalist; Mrs. R. X. Lewis, pianist. Music.. ...... ..Havre Orchestra Vocal Solo............ ..Selected Mrs. A. J. Broderick Harp and Mandolin Trio.. ..Selected Clarence C. Carter, Chas. H. Rothrock, Walter Fryburg. "Our Treasure State".. ...... .. .........Lillian Grace Hammond Vocal Solo.. ......... ..Selected Miss Eva DeLorimier Address and Presentation of Diploma. ........... ..Dr. Oscar J. Craig "Alma Mater, Fare Thee Well" ......... ...High School Sextette Remarks..By County Superintendent Miss Agnes Atkinson Benediction.. ........ ..Rev. Poole Music.......... ..Havre Orchestra The Baccalureate services for the first graduating class of the Havre High school will be held at the M. E. church Sunday evening at 8 o'clock. An excellent program will be ren dered. The sermon will be delivered by the pastor, Rev. W. Basil Young. A cordial invitation is extended to all the friends of the graduates and the patrons of the schools. The following program will be rend ered: Organ Voluntary..Dr. A. E. Williams Hymn No. 587.. .......... .... Invocation.. .................. Lord's Prayer in Chant.......... Scripture Lesson.. ............ Duet-"Sabbath Bells". ...... Mrs. R. E. Hammond, Mrs. Wilson Announcements and Offertory...... Anthem-"The Lord is my Light".... Sermon.. ................... Anthem-"I Will Extoll Thee"...... ............... Psalm CXLV Hymn.. ........ .... .. No. 593 Benediction.. .. .......... .... CHOIR-Sopranos: Mrs. A. J. Brod erick, Mrs. R. E. Hammond. Altos: Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Faunce. Tenors: W. N. Smith, Ed. M. Allen. Bass: Roy Miller, R. E. Hammond --4, a -- CALL UNCLE SAM DOWN (Continued from Page One.) to devote it to that purpose," declar es the irrigation association president, and he goes farther with the declara tion, that: "The prospect of completion of the main government project seems to be as remote now as ever, and the peo ple of the Milk river have lost confi dence in the intentions and ability of the national reclamation service to successfully carry out its plans -and promises in connection with the an nounced and described plan of irriga tion of Milk river lands." "It seems to me," says Mr. Newman in conclusion, "That the government is about to be asked to step out and to allow the people to step in and do something for themselves." ST. MARK'S EPISCOPAL MISSION The Rev. Leonard J. Christler. Morning service with sermon 11 a. m. Evening service with sermon 8 p. m. (These services are held every first and second Sunday of every month in Chestnut Hall.) The Rector's study will be found at the Hotel Havre. The ministrations of the church are at the service of all and at any time. FIRE BOYS ARE MERRY Havre's Volunteer Fire deparlment Wednesday night, at Chstenut's hall, gave another of the delightful smok ers which are gradually welding all of the firemen of Havre of past and new history into social unison and which bid fair to out rival the elab orate entertainments of the Eagles. Judge William B. Pyper was at his best as toast master (and you all will know that he was all there) Fire Chief Gran delivered a rousing address of welcome. Mayor Newman, Attor neys Arthur M. Gentry and H. M. Lewis was among the list of notable speakers, but chief among them was the Rev. Leonard J. Christler of St. Mark's Episcopal church, who, it ap peared from his speech and presence, can condone the use of tobacco, lim burger and its accompaniments cn certain occasions. Relaxation was, he said a nercesity for a;X men. While he could not com mend many methods that men had in habit as relaxation, he did not feel that he was a supreme judge and he did not come to preach. He would partake of the limburger from the hands of those men, who are not on ly making, but protecting, at the risk of life and limb, the interests of a grand, new municipality that had not yet settled itself to all that church people hoped for it. "To attempt to follow the Rev. Mr. Christler is h---l!" declared Attor ney Lewis in the opening remarks of his address-meaning, of course, to decry himself in the way of oratory. "Since his appearance in Havre I have been deeply impressed by the work of the Rv. Mr. Christler and have thought some of following him," said Attorney Gentry, when his turn came to address the smoker, "But, of course," he added, "if his way leads as my distinguished confrere has de clared, I must decline his blandish ments." ments." The new Episcopal archdeacon was promptly on his feet. "I want you to understand, Mr. Gentry," he said sonorously, "that I am the agent for the best fire escape in the world-the holy bible." Music, furnished by members of the two bands of the city, added greatly to the pleasures of the evening. There were other quips, and speech es, and songs, and stories, all the time the elevating limburger was kept pas sing. It is by such friendly badinage and such association of all clays.s and conditions of men that Havre keeps building, not only fraternity, but a spirit of industrial co-operation, where but a little over a year ago there was nothing but bickerings and mutter ings. The department proposes to continue its smokers at short intervals. Reversible Cognomen. When the first lady of the land met the first lord of the land she, with a gracious bow, presented her card, on which was written her name-Eve. Not knowing how she read It-i. e., whether from right to left or from left to right-and desiring to be right in either case, he tool his pencil and wrote, "Madam, I'm A lam." Of cours this is old. There is in New York today, how ever, a contractor and dealer in glass who when weary from writing his name from left to right can reverse the process without in any way chang ing the spelling-Leon Noel. - New York Press. Sewing Up the Heart. Several years ago when a fight oc curred in Chicago one of the combat -nts received a stab wound in the heart. The first physician to reach the apparently doomed man was Dr. Dan iel H. Williams, a negro practitioner, rho succeeded in sewing up the man's heart. This was the first time any such operation was ever reported in I.he history of medicine. At the last account the patient in this remarkable ease was still alive. Dr. Williams has OInce served on the Illinois state board of health. Learning Japanese. The Japanese language is not difficult to learn, but for a foreigner it needs immense application before he can read a single sentence in the Chino Japanese hieroglyphics. It is a curious fact, however, that the complexity of the system makes no difference in ed ucation, for it seems proved that, though the apparatus required for read ing Japanese is two syllabaries and I more than 2,000 characters, many of which have more than one sound, yet a 7apanese child learns to read as quick ly as a European child does.-London Standard. The Way Handel Worked. .Handel had a peculiar habit of toss ing the sheets of manuscript from the table as fast as he wrote them. The slightest gain in time was of the ut most importance to him. There was only one man living, his copyist, Smith, who could read his manuscript. Handel often wept while composing. Some of his sacred writings are blot ted with tears. He was blind during the last ye"-i of his life. The Security State Bank Of Havre. Capital, Surplus, Undevided Profts $35,000.00. OF FICERS: W. A. Clark....... ....President S. McKennan.. .. ..Vice President C. E. Morris.. ........ ..Cashier A. S. Chase...... ..Asst. Cashier DI RE CTORS 0. S. Goff S. McKennan W. A. Clark C. F. Morris Robt. T. F. Smith lAe Montana I Keeley Institute Can and will cure you if you are addicled to these habits; Drunk enness, drug habit, neurasthenia tobacco habit. Finest natural hot springs in the Northwest. New plunge bath. Splendid ho tel accommodations. Address M. F. MARSH, Mgr. Sunnyside;Hotel, Alhambra, Mon. W. S. HEDGE BUY AND SELL SECOND HAND GOOD PHONE 8 Hay Grain H. Earl Clack Transfering and Feed Richardson Coal $4.50 HAVRE CAMP No. 10,584 meets every second and fourth Wednesday at Chestnut's Hall Visiting Neighbors:. cordially ,nvited to attend. C. E. DICKINSON, Celrk. JAS. H. FENTON HAVRE, MONT. Also x on left side of E neck Range Milk river and Sagecreek THE COM ORTABLE WAY. Arrives Leaves West Bound 1:0 p. m......... No. 1, ........1:35 p. m 9:30p. m ........No. 3. ...... 9:45 p. m. 8:00 p. m ....... No. 241 .................. East Bound 4:50 p. m........ No. 2. ........5:05p. m, 6:50 a. m........No. 4, ........7:10 a. m. ..No. 42........ x:00 a. m. MONTANA CENTRAL. North Bound 6:40 a. m... No.236 ...................... South Bound .................. No.235....... 10:40 pm. M. B. FERGUSON, Agent. Why the DI! Has Sixty Divisions. We have sixty divisions on the dials of our clocks and watches because Hipparchus, who lived in the second century before Christ, accepted the Babylonian system of reckoning time, that system being sexagesimal. The Babylonians were acquainted with the decimal, but for common purposes they counted by "sossl" and "sari," the "sos so" representing sixty and the "saros" sixty times sixty-3,600. From Hip parchus that mode of reckoning found its way into the works of Ptolemy about the year 150 A. D., and on that authority it has been nernetuated. Unly permitting, but compelling sala ried employes of the company to elec tioneer and solicit votes for that ticket; that you are employing agents, paying them salaries and expenses from the company's funds to solicit votes for that ticket; that you are hav ing agents and employes of the com pany go from different sections of the country to the home office in New York for conferences concerning the election of the administration ticket and defraying the expenses of such agents out of the company's funds; Herring, lake trout and whitefish are removed from Lake Superior at the rate of about 6,000,000 pounds annu ally. The herring comprise fully 75 per cent of this quantity, the trout 20 per cent, while the remaining 5 per cent is composed chiefly of whitefish. M. A. Carver in Soorts Afield. 4+++44+4+++++4+++++++44++ ....++.++++4:++++t+$4++ 44++ Stock Owners, Attention! I will visit the town of Havre for the purpose of treating sick and diseased stock and doing veterinary dental and surgical work on Thursday and Friday of each week, and will make my headquarters at W. J. Swanton's Stables. If I can be of any service to yon, . kindly arrange to meet me at above mentioned stables, Remember----You cannot fatten a horse, no matter what you may feed, if his teeth are nct right :: :: :: :: :: :: F. W. J. JOHNSTON, D. V. S. Graduate Toronto Veterinary College McKilllip Veterinary College, Chicago +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ CHESTNUT'S CLUB FRANK CHESTNUT, Prop. CHOICE WINES. I'IQUOI2S AND CIGAiRS Val Blatz Beer Sole Havre ON AGENT. Draught Pickwick Rye tihe TURF W. E. RYAN, Proprietor. EXCHANGE ONLY THE BEST BRANDS AND BREWS A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERY MAN Havre, - - - Montana Great Northern Railway Two Daily Trains Between Minneapolis (A St. Paul No. 4---The FAST MAIL from Havre in the morning goes by Willmar and Breckenridge. No. 2 The ORIENTAL LIMITED from Havre in O. 2'the evening goies by Grand Forks, Fargo and St. Cloud. Two Superb Trains Up-to-Date In Every Particular W. B. FERGUSON, Ticket Agent, AVRE. MONTANA How Gluck Wooed Music. - Gluck often had his servants carry his piano out to the lawn. His finest inspirations came to him when playing in the garden. Several bottles of cham pagne were placed conveniently near him. His theory was that bright sun shine was favorable to inspiration, and he always worked In it when possible. Gluck was fifty years old before he wrote an opera of any renown.-New York Times. Extraordinary effects are produced by the accumulation of small impulses. Galilei set a heavy pendulum in mo tion by the well timed puffs of his breath. Ellicot set one clock going by the ticks of another, even when the two clocks were separated by a wall.- John Tvndall. Aquavit Is a brandy much liked by Norwegians. It is made in the gov ernment distilleries of Trondhjem and Bergen, Norway. It is distilled largely from American corn, Russian wheat and native potatoes and, next to Santa Crus rum, is about the strongest liquor mnade. Professor Brander Matthews once told about an undergraduate student of science who was asked, "What would happen if an irresistiblo force met an immovable body?" The youth hesitated a moment and then respond ed, "The result would be some very in teresting byproducts." Buckwheat began to be cultivated in England in 1507. It had been brought into Europe from Asia 100 years be fore.