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Minutes of a special session of the
Fergus county, Montana, held after due notice was given, as required by law and called for the following pur poses, viz: For the consideration of road matters; of petitions for the re issuance of certain letail liquor li censes and of claims against the county, and for the transaction of such other business as might properly come before such meeting. Board called to order at 10 o'clock a. in., January 3, 1916. Present: Chas. D. Allen, chairman; E. D. Barney, commissioner, B. F. Moulton, commissioner, F. R. Cunning ham, clerk. Bond Approved. The bond of H. W. Vagts as con stable in and for Stanford judicial township was approved. Appointments. A. A. McDermid was appointed just ice of the peace in and for Benchland judicial township, residence Lehigh. Granted Leave of Absence. Carl W. Riddick, couiuy assessor, was granted a leave of absence from the state. Date Set for Hearing Protest. Tuesday, February 8, 1916. at 2 o'clock p. m., was '=et for a hearing on a pretest again-t the action of the ■rmntv superintendent of s"hools in withdi awing Fchool District No Bond Am ro ed. The Fergus County State bank of Hobson, filed a «nr<'f.v bond in lieu of the - -renal bom! "o in force, (said bond being m ind-- pity bond.1 Bond , ! ertain territory from I4t; " , rn -j • clock a. m , , B- ard met as per adiournment, Jan uary 4. 1916, all members present. Re.-i : -r. ions. Jos- ; c nsta'de in and for ! ('>• • i. Judicial township, re .- iinie.i ib i" i-' Ion accep'ed. Llqu'r t.icerses Surrendered. In i;, ( . -ii.i'l, r of H e petition of R. A. .....i, i 'be re i suance of a retail ibinc. i *o conduct a sa in ocll' M - Oge'v'e surren I.e bn, aose of the fact - bit! t< •• b -r- no* disclose 50 !„ . i ■ i - d >-. -• wiGtln one-quarter • id' ' !-•• .I'Vi i the saloon. Rene - -" b W. 1'- Is-: - r Liquor License. I - : i ,-r o'' (be petition of G. Vi ! b .- for th re-is-uance of a re i. ii ! o ,i ns- to qi-nd'icf a saloon r;i <■-• > h Creek, the pr testants failed i : tmjv and the license heretofore l.-.--pi-d to .Mr. Be'chr was allowd to re Bills Allowed. :.! re allowed rs follows: Contingent Fund. F F Cunningham, December sal iry 9.17. A.-.Viller, December salary, $150. I T. Melver, December salary, $125. : F brown, December salary, $123. jV, W. Wheaton, December salary, P. \. Turner, December salary, $125. M M. Seiffert, December salary, $195. R. G. Poland, December salary, $250. M T Bosch, December salary, $150. Goldie G. Sheldon, December salary, $195. Marguerite Haller, December sal ary, $100. Gertrude Gurnett, December salary, j 1125. E. P. Durnen, December salary, $145. W. W. Durnen, December salary, $125. C. W. Riddick, December salary, $187.50. Albert Pfaus, December salary, $150. Jas. L. Martin, December salary, $229.17. Jas. E. Johnston, December salary, $150. Alvin Martin, December salary, $125. H. L. Linn, December salary, $123 $139 case, house, court court H. B. Gibson, December salarv, $200. auto, F. Tuilock, December salary, $291.67. j p L. P. Slater, December salary, $250.1 Guy Tuilock, December salarv. $125.! in K Dan B. Crowlev, December salary,! $125. Pat McEnerney, December salary, $ 100 . G. R. Slocum, December salary, $ 100 . Tas. Lane. December salary, $100. C. E. Whitcomb, December salary, $" $100 John Hendricks, December salary, | $» 0 . John Bufka, December salary, $50. I F. A. Wright, December salary, I $104.17. Ray E. Dockery, December salary, I $125. i E. O. Sawade, December salary, $75 M. H. Huffine, December salarv, $150. J. A. Blevins, December salary, $100. Leila M. Baker, December salary, $125. Ada C. EUingwood, December sal ary, $100. J. E. Miller, December salary, $182. H. C. Tilzey, December salary, $182. j Geo. C. Berry, December salary, | $50. $130. O. E. Hanskia, special deputy, $9. A. M. Sloan, special deputy, $3. T. A. Berkin, special deputy, $12. Ed Martin, special deputy, $33. S. L. Ramey, December salarv. $79.50. Ed J. Strickland, extra work, clerk's office, $86.67. H. W. Sadler, extra work, treasur er's office, $63.50. j F. A. Bell, extra work, treasurer's office, $34,25. , Virginia Pleasants, extra work, treasurer's office, $29.50. \ 70 E. D. Barney, commissioner service, J32 B. F. Moulton, commissioner service, $80. C. D. Allen, commissioner service, $32. General Fund. | Montana Power Co., December cur rent, $73.45. Montana Power Co., current, county scales, $1.15. Xlontana Power Co., current, jail, $18.70. Fergus County Hardware Co., sup plies, jail, $4.83. Mountain States Telephone & Tele graph Co , December service, $103.91. H. B. Gibson, transcripts, $113.70. Allen Electric Co., shades, $4. Cook Reynolds Co., insurance premium, $30. n s-ar Rutledge, coroner's fees, work, $1.25, C. M. Clary, auto hire, $10. Fewer Mercantile Co., chair, clerk's office, $13.50. O. H. Jenkins, boarding prisoners, $5.60. G. R. Creel, coroner's service, $4"."0 Henrietta von Tobel, stenographic John It'glen, bailiff, grand jury, $75. Harry Hughes, bailiff services. $39. T t. M. Monaghan, per diem, $21. H. H. Holloway, stenographic work, •* '/ „ , . ... +' ,ran " portnt,on ' F. Titllock, $70, H. H. Holloway, mileage, $35.35. O. C. Zimmerman, justice fees, $1. Edward Rrassey, justice fees, $19. P. M. Peterson, constable fees, $50,20. Jos. Dinsmore, justice fees. $9.90. Jas. Odeary, justice fees. $9.90. Andrew Dwyer, justice fees. $9.90. T. .1. Lyons, justice fees, $9.90. Fd Coleman, justice fees, $13.10. Mrs. Ed Coleman, justice fees, $13.10. M G. R. creel, jurors and witnesses, $ 14f•. 10. Fdw Brassey, jurors and witnesses, drs. C. Bennett, justice fees. $10.10. 1. R. Creel, jurors and witnesses, $47.40. B. H. Foley, jurors and witnesses A. W. Deal. December salary. $"75 Montana State ( olloge of Agiiculture, December salarv, $100. B. H. Foley, justice fees, $47. T'dlock. expenses account Brady. Wm mileage,j expenses I.ak case $14.41. F Tuilock. postage. $1. F Tuilock. biry venire. $99 79 F, Tuilock. grand iury venire. $9 90. F T'lllccF 'rnnsnortation to Warm Springs $6° 90. f Tuilock, December *7°1 10 V Tuilock. December board. $341.50 F. F Bunninebam. stamps. oxpre° °npc. etc.. $17 85, Geo r. Berry December expenses, $19 85 c 1 . Famev. expenses. $9.50. .Tns T Martin, postage, box rep* etc *9 60 m --I'-lor's dpi' mrnro rent $"1 Hilger Loan Xc Realty Co., premiums Hvaft W 1 ' bend «7 Montana T and Bo., premium bonds $19. F IV. Rnszlcba premium on bonds, Hilger Loan and Realty Co., prem-l'UO. ium n" bonds, $59 50. .lav Incobs, premium on bonds. $65. T E. Wasson, premium on bonds. $975. J. H. P. Gaus, insanity examination, Louis Vitkin, professional services.! if 5. T h Pleasants, professional serv-1 ices, $5. II. Wilson, professional services, $10. -A. $ 10 . A. C. Biddle, professional services, C. Biddle, professional services, W. Deal, insanity examination. Seiden Drug Co., supplies, court bouse. $15.35. Bowman & Sigvardt, haulin garb Walter Cox, coal, court hou $139 "4. Edw Rrassey, witness fees, Wilson case, $25.30. United Chemical Co., supplies, court house, $48.35. Western Union Telegraph Co., De cember service, $63.02. Montana Hardware Co., supplies, court bouse, $7. Lewistown Furniture Co., supplies, court house, $7.10. Rvank A Wright, expenses, $19.50. F. A. Wright, postage, $5. Judith Auto Repair Shop, repairs auto, $11.40. p " r o °>1 r °- gasoline. $2.06. Fergus County Democrat, advertis in K- $905.63. Fergus County Democrat, blanks, $326.39. $102.84. rv-o-,, s County Democrat, supplies, $152.45. Fergus County Democrat, job work. $" 89 . Bermis County Democrat, books, j $68.75. | W. O. Downing Montana Hardware Co., paper, sur veyor, $1.50. Oscar Colberg, refund license, $30.94. Chas. T ebman Co., clothing for pris oners, $8.55. W. H. Smith, defending prisoner, $50. State Publishing Co., codes, session laws, etc., $25.25. E. C. Sawade. transcripts, $20. E. R. Rohle, auto hire, $20. J. S. Mateer, care of prisoner, $6. Cascade county, salary C. Z. Pond, $188.85. S. O. Johnson, refund license, $57.96. Peter Connelly, refund license, I & Co., premium bends. $195.50. Kane Comnany, plumbing, jail. $5.30. A. C. Biddle, insanity examination. A. W. Deal, insanity examination, $5. S. E. Wilson Cab Co., hack hire, countv superintendent, $2. Continental Telegraph Co., Decem ber service, $3.02 j water. $33.50. P. E. Hegland, three spark plugs, , $2.95. Judith Steam Laundry Co., laundry, \ 70 cents. Belden & DeKalb, legal service, $200. Mountain States Tel. & Tel. Co., De-: cember service, $4.19. Montana Lumber Co., coal, Grass Range jail, $3.75. R. A. Ogelvie, refund | $68.75. Lewistown Water works, December' Delia M. Baker, December expenses, $118.40. license, Road Fund. A. N. Nebel, road work, $21.25. G. F. Hamilton, road work, $10. Fdw. Kempf, road work, $30. Judith Farms Co., road work, $378. Chris. Christensen, road work, $13.50. H. H. Eldridge, road work, $5. Mason Bros., road work, $3.50. Jno. M. Miller, dragging roads, $33.60. i f a rnily $70 J. V. Puckett, dragging roads, $8.40. E. Mathias, dragging roads, $21.50. W. H. Peck, viewing reads, $3. Fergus County Hardware Co., haul ing culverts, $3.50. W. H. Burgess, refund road tax, $2. Geo. T. Shearson, refund road tax, $ 2 . i Wm. G. Brooks, refund road tax, $2. | B. E. Long, refund road tax, $2. I Claude E. Maury, refund road tax, ! $ 2 . t J. R. Rauch, dragging roads, $47.70 Tommie C. Greer, road wo k, $10.50 F. A. Bacon, dragging roads, $68.70. T. A. Carr, road work, $15. Poor Fund. F. F. Attix, December salary, $45.85. Mike Gurnett, December salary, $ 100 . Hong Bing, December salary, $50. Mrs. E. S. Eckert, board Baker i ( . ount y farm. $24.90, | Montana Power Co.. December cur j rent countv farm barn, $i. Montana Power Co., December cur Oliver Jutrus, December allowance, $15. Fergus County Hardware Co., sup plies. county farm, $7.70. Outbrie Rilev Co., poles. $7. Polmar Electric Co., electric fix tures. $3. TTnr'Hns Bros., groceries, countv farm, $140.10. bow<T Mercantile Co., merchandise, county farm, $16.25. Winter Xr Sullivan, plumbing, poor farm. *10 80. i Montana Pow'er Co., December cr j ( . ount; jiq. Henr i m„ j ance, $5. i Harriet |anc e $15. rent, hospital, $1 The Colonial, tobacco, poor farm $8.65. T.ewistown Meat Co., meat, poor farm, $53,55. Montana Lumber Co., merchandise 'Uirtv f-'rni $1 ."<) Montana Hardware Co., supplies countv farm, $"6.95. j S. E. Wilson Bah Co., hack hire. countv farm. $9.50. | Mon'anp Power r o , lamps, county ' farm, $.1.50. Tiiq l ad, shoes, county farm, $11.40. Montana Lumber Co., coal, county farm. $63.75. Tom Pratt, December allowance Johnson. December allow run ret Swan, December allow $5. Brunner, December allow Mrs. N. Van Hyning, December a! iewance. $90. Laura Moore, December allowance S"0. Thierkoff. December a! Mrs R lownnce. $90 Fannie Ferguson, December allow j John Dallas ! Margaret. T.averdure j lownnce. $10. I Mrs. Marv Rickards lowance, $17.50. j c,oo. Berry. December $U 511 December allowance. December a! December nl allowance j j i ] Geo. C. Berry, board and lodging poor children. *92.50. Lottie B. Lucier, board dependents $5. House Good Shepherd, board chit drop. $90. Mike Gibson, pork, Baker family $7 02. T. O. McGinn, opening graves. $17.50, ^Gco. R. Creel, burial F. Jenning' Geo. R. Creel, burial Baby Baker. P. Durnen, Transportation fund Lyons, groceries, Mrs 50. E I $10. | Dunsmore * I Hoffman, $19.0 Hopkins Bros., groceries, Mrs. Wil liams, $10. Mrs. J. F. Snowden, nursing Mrs Rice. $13. Claude E. Maury, refund poor tax $ 2 . Wm G, Brooks, refund poor tax, $2 G. T. Shearson, refund poor tax, $" W H Burgess, refund poor tax, $2. B. E. Long, refund poor tax, $2 . W. H. Metz, refund poor tax, $2. Seiden Drug Co., supplies, S. E. Wil son, $1.50. Lewistown Elxehange, bedding, Bak er family, $22.50. Mrs. Jas. Jobb, board dependents. $69.40. Bridge Fund. Michael Trachy, bridge work, $55. W. II. Flanigan, bridge work, $5. G M. Ratz. bridge work, $6.50. Ha-"'- H. Eldridge, hridge w-ork. $38 C. F. Cogshali, bridge work, $16. A. B. Cooper, bridge plank, $6 18. Brooks Mercantile Co., spikes, $2.25. Tommie C. Greer, bridge work, $24. A. L. Rasmussen, spikes, $4.50. Montana Lumber Co., bridge plank, ' 95. $17 Montana Lumber Co., bridge plank. $16.85. Montana Lumber Co„ bridge plank, $2.70. Goodridge Call Lumber Co., bridge plank, $5.40. Bills Disallowed. Bills were disallowed as follows: General Fund. Mrs. Angio Jones, refund $6.80. Report Approved. The county treasurer's quarterly report was approved. Financial Statement Ordered Printed. the peace in and for Wolf Creek judic ial township, having become vacant by i Abatements Granted Abatements of taxes were granted as follows: James O'Grady, penalty and putlica tion, error, $2.51. Mrs. E. L. Martin, Improvements on taxes, 1 ■ ! The county clerk's annual financial | statement was examined, approved j and ordered printed. Appointment. | The office of S. H. Carey, justice of j reason of the absence from the state for a longer period than 60 days of said B. H. Garey, said S. H. Gare.v was re-appointed justice of the peace in and for said Wolf Creek township. Board adjourned to 10 o'clock a. m., January 5, 1916. Board met as per adjournment January 5, 1916. All members present, - one-half lot 7, block 16, Hobson; no improvements on this lot, $5.12. H. M. Sperry, 1913 taxes on land in 14-12-14; government land, $51.51. H. M. Sperry, 1912 taxes on land in 14-12-14; government land, $46.16. Reissuance of Liquor License Denied. In the matter of the petition of M. i Nelson for the reissuance of a retail : liquor license to conduct a saloon at, Hobson, this day having been set for I a hearing, Attorney John J. Jewell ap-1 neared on behalf of the protestants _________ „„„„„ w . ____ _________ and Mr. Nelson appeared In his own i behalf. Petition for re-issuance de nied because of the the said petition. Approved: CHAS. D. ALLEN, Attest: Chairman. F. R. CUNNINGHAM, County Clerk. lEDEilNOF E PRESIDENT HOUSTON GIVES OUT THE VARIOUS COMMITTEES OF THE ORGANIZATION. TWO LEWISTOWN WOMEN NAMED insufficiency of ( Announcement has just been made by President Mrs. E. L. Houston, of the State Federation of Women's clubs, of the appointment of the va rious committeei to look after the work in which the federation is en gaged, two members of the Lewis iown Woman's club being named: Art—Miss Mary C. Wheeler, Hel ena, chairman; Mrs. T. A. Grigg, Butte; Mrs. F. H. Wilson, Great Falls; Mrs. C. P. Martin, Saco; Miss Clara F. Robinson, Billings; Miss Lana Bald win, Bczeman; Miss Eloise Knowles, Missoula. . Civics—Mrs. W. E. Donovan, Groat 'alls, chairman; Miss Passie Forrest, Bozeman ;Mrs. Nellie Minkier, Cord veil; Mrs. J. Roxza, Butte; Mrs. E. J. Vnderson. White Sulphur Springs; Mrs. J. A. Grant, Deer Lodge; Mrs. C. Puehler, Billings; Mrs. J. Jorgensen, Fox. Civil service reform—Miss Lucy H Arson. Dillon, chairman; Mrs L M. l ine. Bolumbus; Miss Leveive Wor :ar. Bonrad: Mrs E. B. Weiric.k, Putte; Mrs. J C. Benson, Havre; Mrs. C Bertelson. Terrv; Mrs. B. O. Jchn scn. Livingston; Mrs. W. B. De Groat. Ballantine. Conservation- Mrs. Elmer Snnvely. 'HI Boiorado street. Butte cbflirnv'n: Mrs. Charles Bennett. Pipings: Mr. Tone Stevens .Cardwell; Mrs. H B Mitcbeli. Great Falls; Mrs, C. V. Deole, Broadview'; Mrs. J H. Lend Miles City: Mrs T, H. TTnthhorn, Liv ingston: Mrs. B R. Boyle Libby; Mrs W F 9, cop,Hnn. Three Forks. Fducation—Mrs. Una R Herrick, Bozeman chairman; Airs F W. Ham. Ps7ptnan vice chairman: Mrs. A. P et"rk T ivingsten. custodian ef s"bnl nrsbip fund' Mi p s Grace Mpinwaring en; Mrs. fl. F. Ingersoll Miles ity. Popart m "tiR Tis q ' Mabel T bail-man • M-o of eduoptlrm-peace ■ Sndduth. Rrnndxiew. Gin^ t*'■*T ao T« TA51 'on; M Chnrlpp TYp y»f*i • W! dom: , AT rs r*. J leaker: Mr.. H V noT-on Crnrpfl. 1 -Mr. ^777x7^11. Prison. rTx n i -'Trion • Mrq. r Po Tn^no t O-rb nv<\ n on o 6 ? 3 m'th T r •Ingstpa; TT rrhort TtaHnv Cr mrfld. T _\frq rVint Mnrphv, Cr TXOTT* Vrq Arthur Pratt, ".■1 • r • AT..,, 0 Q TTotlt -x„ ..7.. Mrq c; T' jj'icrhr nri'!c**r' "Hi T P rlor Tr n Vo ''''('I PfM PfinVr . «!i"!anop— ■« 1,7 0 T«' ^ t.f~crr»r noor T rl'nir *'ri1l * Afrc rjonrv fpxmn n Pnr«*vtli f'orimj W<nf Polpro do; Mr Tr •fine* ! f, v 4 Cl rlviov- f, T -a r. 0. >ov F . Profit tt •fillq TTfP mo oO^^OTniPc i-Mrt. Thomas Ti. nn. T pwfstnx vn. oIirI rnfln: Mrq t?. r> Alton T.ixr •rxcrqton ; Afr« T7« r o^ XxTell. Rp7Pmen: M's Grant Rart'ett, Mrs. Oporrw Grle-gs. Missoula: >i>q M P rinvpv. Deer Lodge; Mrs. r v Trill TTpion. TndnotHnl and social conditions— 'T-n s xt cioniiers Oca t eUair xt* ss M a rv n'VptR. Butte: Mrs. Tohn WU|| S Glasgow: Mrs T.eo McCnl ■■'"gb. Hand'ton- Mr= R,Hnpv Snnnpr. TTptona: Mrs. Fi R-obardsotv For q-ttv 'Trr r H T adil. Great Fals. T ppUclsHon—Mrs T. V Fpllv Boro "inn. oh«»trrv*ari: Mrct T$\ t T-fol ; Mrq T,oHn T. oTtips. Billings; Mr? T. F, Friokpon. KaBsnoll: Mrs TT. Q wm,* m s, Glasgow; Mrs. E. E. Jor 'Tan. Wibaux- Mrs C H Bowman TT„»To- TTrq \v \ Hcdsps. T °wistown. T.lteratnre and library extension— xf r s F W PcrVnvpT, Vnaconda. chair man; Mrs \ F M"T oisb Fort Ben >rn: Mrs noorpn Borrv. Boirview: Xfrs T h xToorp Town send • Mrs. R. o Ta„dgp r snrpi; xTrs R R Nuckolls. RuHp; Mss t pna B Cark. B'g T'm Rer. xfnpip—'T's ft T xfiiior t ivlng ston. oRair—an- xf r = F A .Tones, rtr"at FcRa- Mrs. W F XToore. Mis coin- W? T\ TT Bootio Havre; XTrs. firnbie. Deer T^odcn; Afrne Flea XTc-* t' 1 '" 1 ''™ T 'i't4e; Miss Lucy M. Robb, Bed T-edee. Public health chairman: Mrs. B. F. Plummer. Stov by i ensville; Mrs. H. A. Parker. Malta; on Pr Xlarie M. Hyde, Miles CItv. chairman; XTrs. A. P. Reonev. Harlem; IB- Helen Roberts. (Treat. Falls: XTrs. William XTavge-, Helena: XlrR Geerce A. Mavweod, PbRinobure- Mrs. T TT. Graham. Wor den: Mrs. F. L. P Ector. Missoula: 1 x*rs. Davig Roe. BiRings: XTrs j. s. ■ Hammond Butte: Mrs. William But ! tleman. Willow Creek Endowment—Miss Minnie Snurgin, Missonla. chairman; Mrs. J. R. Rus s"li, Butte; Mrs. Ii. Tansel. Kalisnell: | M rs. Arthur Gates. Glendive: Mrs. M. j T Staunton. Roundnn: Mrs. W. L. Thomas. Belgrade; Mrs. W. L. Hollo-, | wav, Helena. ; of j Press—Mrs. W. H. Nve. Billings, of m., Mrs. E. C. Hlbbs- Worden; XIrs. Geo. Cutting. Livingston; Mrs. H. T. Allen, Glendive; Mtr. H. P. Ricker, Butte; Mrs. R. N. Sutherland. Great Falls. Bureau of information—Mrs. S. B. Titteringtcn, Red Tavdge; Mrs. Agnes Johns, Cardwell; Miss M. Moriaritv, j Springs. Toston; Mrs. Wight, White Sulphur BRIGHT CAFE MAKES HIT. The formal opening of the Bright cefe, under the management of Wil Ham Mooney and William Lundig oc curred Tuesday and the voung pro no ; nr) - Ptorf , harl t)]e Chamber of Com in in M. luncheon was handjed. at, ■ —. for FOURTEEN cars. ap-1 Fourteen cars of hogs were shipped neree luncheon for a try-out. They handled this important affair in snlen-, did shane. the service being extreme Iv creditable to them. The members of the chamber and all of the guests were much pleased with the way the _________ . own 10 of this number coming from Den de- j ton. t from Milwaukee points Tuesday TEDDY'S FEDORA IS CONSTANTLY READY TO ENTER THE RING SEN. A.B.CUMMINGS / IOWA.. SAMUEL Wo GOV. of MASS. CWAS. S WHITMAM. GOV. y N. T. CMAG. W FAIBBANK'S y INDIANA. SEN JOHN. WEEKS y MASS HECBEET £>. HADLEy. y Missouri JUSTICE CHAS. E. HUGHES, The ring of candidates for the republican nomination (or the Presidency is now made up of eleven a v'k. 1 : . seriously considered. But when C.tlonei Pnosevelt and his hat get into the ring again i . ir.t. • • ! n .a'* become intense. NOBLES OF ALGERIA TEMPLE GATHER FOR EVENING OF FEASTING AND SONG. WILL HIVE LOCAL ORGANIZATION The Shiners' banquet at the Bright most enjoyable affairs of the kind ever held in Lewistown, its success being due to the splendid menu and service provided by Noble Fred Munger and the special features arranged for by Noble J. W. Seiden, who was chiefly responsible for the whole affair. Surprises came right at the start. The serving of the banquet xvas de layed half an hour or so, awaiting the arrival of a delegation of nobles from Harlowtnn and the tion. When the fez wearers entered the dining-room a fine orchestra eom posed of John Kenny, Darwin Johnson, Mr. Greenwood and T. P. Haller began a p ro g ram G f delightful selections that continued throughout the feasting. No sooner were the nobles comfortably . . .. . he , r . in sin S ln S the last verse over a 6 aln - In response to another encore Miss Foley sang "Because," and once more tlie Shriners called her back. This time the vocalist gave a semi- humor ous ditty that delighted quite as much as tlie other selections, A little later Mrs. G. C. Appleton sang "Rose in the Bud" in a way that fairly captivated the audience, the ap plause continuing until she repeated it, an( j then the Shriners insisted upon an other and she gave the popular "Norway." seated than Miss Edith Foley sang "Algeria" so superbly that she was re called and all the Shriners joined with a or nomes rrom Musselshell sec The feature of the menu was the a p ec j a i Hungarian goulash, old style and Chef Kennedy's concoction of this famous dish was equal to that of the Hofbrau. There were plenty of other good things and the feast was thor oughly enjoyed by all. Mayor Symmes Presides. At the end of the feasting Mayor W. D. Symmes, who presided, called «P°n a large number of nobles to ex press their view as to the idea of a sort of a Shriners' club, with a ban quet every three months, as the spe cial feature. Without exception the sons of Algeria warmly approved the plan. Several members of other tem pies spoke briefly and members of ; Algeria from the Musselshell were a ] so be ard. Cheers for the Pote. Alex B. Lehman, the imperial poten tate, was introduced as the first speaker to welcome all and he dis charged his duty gracefully, being greeted with cheers. W. N. Smith of Harlowton expressed hiB enthusiastic approval of the plan for nn informal Shriners' club organ ization, with a gathering of this kind every three months. Noble Smith de lighted the company with a number of f amous Swede stories, Samuel Phillips, a charter member of the locaI blue lodge, told of the days when it was hard to get a quorum of Masons together In the county and contrasted that condition with today when over 50 members of the Shrine could assemble )n Lewistown. He was delighted with the banquet, favored the organization idea and thought it would be a good plan for the nobles ' to have their ladies at the next ban located in Lewistown he had become i convinced that this was one of the quet. Donald Montgomery, a visiting noble, made one of the most interesting ad i dresses of the evening. Since he had rities in the United ml the business men • city administration j ard j-ri'd he felt confident Lewistown 1 ould ultimately rank as one of the great cities of the northwest. He had faith enough to cast his lot with Lew 'stown end its people. This wonder ful Judith basin was not fully appre ia f ed yet. even here. He was just reading in bis old home paper from Iowa of a sale of land there at $325 an acre and that land was no better than the land here The man who owned hand in the Judith basin and held on to it would become a little icing. Other addresses were made by W. J. Johnson, Frank E. Wright, J. W. Seiden, William Montgomery, Jess Allen, G. K. Robertson, A. H. Davis, Teseph King. A. W. Gates, W. W. Wheaton, Julian Sutter, G. W. Conk, Rred Mungar, William M. Blackford, C. L. Whiting, Nobles Fred Boulter, C. L. Beers and George S. Haynes of Tudith Gap; G. It. McClave, George J. Wiedeman, Walter Phelps, R. h. Car noy Dan It. Brown, J. G. W allace and !-.. G. Inns. ™ ese s P eakers , a11 expressed them f^lves as strongly favoring the club idea, with a quartety banquet and a motion by F. E. Wright that the chair appoint a committee of three to t|ike the whole matter in charge, received a unanimous vote. The chairman thereupon appointed John W. Seiden. George W. Cook and F. G. Ivins as such committee. After sing'ng "Algeria" once more aml closing with "America,' pany dispersed. the com-1 ! , Dear Amy: — I have just bought a new chiffonier. If you will take my tip, you'll go right off and get you one like it. I don't see how I ever got along without one. It is just thj place to put all the things you need to get at quickly. I'm going to get another for John's room. When I want any more furniture, 1 certainly will go where I bought my chiffonier. Their prices were so reasonable. P. S. —1, of course, bought from Always your friend, Lou. Marsh, the Homemaker Lewistown Furniture Co. Nobles Present Those in attendance were: J. E. Alien, Rod J. Anderson, Julius Barney, The civics department of the Worn an - s club bavo a meeting at the Baptist church this afternoon, to which club embers and friends are cor (jjally invited. The government of Harry Boulter, C. L. Beers, W. M. Blackford, Smyth Barclay, H. C. Brown, Dan R. Brown, Noble Carney, C. E. Copeland, G. W. Cook, L. C. Clark, P. A. Chase, B. R. Cole, Dr. A. W. Deal, H. L. Fitton, W. H. Gardner, A. W. Gates, A. H. Davis, Dr. J. C. Dunn, George S. Haynes, E. G. Ivins, Albert JcUnson, W. J. Johnson, Joe King. Walter Lehman, A. B. Lehman, R. A. Loveland, William Montgom ery, Donald Montgomery, F. R. Mun f,er, C. R. McClave, Samuel Phillips, Grant Robinson, George K. Robinson, V/. Soiden, J. L. Stuart, W. D. Amines, J. L. Sutter, Ed Sutter Wil liam N. Smith, F. V. Smart, F. E: Wright, M. R. Wise, G. J. Wiedeman, F. R. Warren, Dr. C. C. Wallin, W. W. W'heaton, C. L. Whiting, J. G. Wal lace, A. H. Davis, R. F. Carney, Walter Phelps. Lewistown will be discussed. A sack of wheat flour was shipped to Belgium over a year ago from the Montana flour mills, was returned in the form of a handsomely embroid ered pillow cover, bearing an inscrip tion meaning "many thanks" in Bel gian, and the name of the needle woman. Rosa Jaquens. This will be placed on exhibition.