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GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
♦ PINE HALL G
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
The masquerade dance aud basket
social given at Piue Hall October 31.
was a grand success. On account of
the weather some of the little tricks,
had to be omitted, otherwise the pro
gram was carried through.
The Hall was illumed with Japanese
lanterns and decorated with owls,
black cats, witches, goblins etc.
The crowd numbered about seventy.
The Grand March took place at ten
o'clock. The prizes were awarded as
follows: L. Howry as Uncle Sam,
Miss Maude Kelley as colonial lady
took first prize for best leaders, in the
Grand March.
Second prize in Grand March was
awarded to Dr. Baird and Miss Pearl
Nelson, two best waltzers.
First prize. Mr. Olin and Laura
Carpenter. Second prize—Mr. McGin
ley and Mrs. Dille.
The best dressed lady was awarded
to Mrs. H. F. Newton. The best su
stained character, Mrs. J. P. Mayer.
The best basket made by Mrs. H. F.
Newton sold for ten dollars to J. \V.
Newton. The receipts from the bas
kets was $62.25, the door receipts
$14.50. Kangaroo court $2.00 making
a total pf $7S.75.
The committee in charge feel en
couraged over their success and the
public will hear from Pine Hall Club
again isome time in the future.
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G BURGOYNE NOTE8 ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. G
++++++++++++GGGGGG
Maud Unger went to Hedgesville
last week Thursday, to attend the
dance. She returned Sunday accom
panied by Roy McMellan who drove to
Burgoyne.
Esther Firehammer went to Cush
man Sunday to take the train for Great
Falls where she will enter the Cotn
mercial School.
Edith Fitch spent Sunday with her
brother John Fitch.
Herman Wermeille left Burgoyne
Monday for a three month's visit to
Switzerland. He stopped overnight in
Lavlna in order to vote; for which he
had delayed his departure a week.
John Fitch will run the pump station
during his absence.
John Fitch made a brief trip to
Butte. last week.
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
G BIG WALL NEWS G
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
♦♦♦♦♦GGGGGGGGGGGGG
Katherine Smith spent several days
In Roundup before going to Jefferson
City, Mont., to visit her uncle who is
In the mercantile business in that place
Mr. Joseph Dietz made quite a
visit in the county seat.
Miss Ada Dietz expects to make an
■extended stay in Rooundup.
A, Carea has finished a nice large
sod chicken house.
W. \Y. Moffett has returned to the
E.M. Snyder ranch.
Miss L. S .Teesdhle made a two
days' trip to Roundup to purchase her
supplies for the winter.
Henry Early's place was the scefte
of attraction Tuesday. Many cast
their votes for the first time in Mon
tana there.
*+++*+++*++GGGGGGG
♦ BENCH NEW8 ♦
♦ By Special Correspondent. ♦
♦ + *.(.* + + + *** + + + ***«
George Moor is at his homestead.
Mr. Moor will do some breaking this
fall.
Mrs. Joe Nemic's sister was out here
visiting for a few days.
Ed. Harris was a caller at Billings
last week.
L. À. Hile will soon be at home so
he can entertain his friends.
Joe Nemic purchased Kirk Laing's
team and harness.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Laing and Frank
Tyson left for their eastern home.
ALA8KAN FOXE8 SHIPPED
TO NORTHEASTERN CANADA
A carload of Alaskan blue foxes re
cently brought to Seattle by the S. S.
Mariposa, of the Alaska Steamship
Company, passed through this city to
day on their way eapt over the Mil
waukee to St. John, N. B„ where they
will be used in starting numerous fox
farms.
Fox raising has become quite an In
dustry in Northeastern Canada and
big returns have been made from the
sale of the animal's pelts.
FIGHTER MARRIES PRETTY
GIRL AND 8AVE8 HIM8ELF
FROM PR08ECUTI0N
New York, Nov. 8.—A warrant
charging A1 Palzer, a contender for
he heavyweight championship of the
vorld, with a statutory offense was
vitbdrawn today by a decidedly pretty
tlrl who displayed a marriage certlfl
ate showing she had married the
tghter in Hoboken, Nov. 5. The girl
ormerly was Miss Ethel Frits of Cotes
ille, N. J. The warrant was cancel
ed.
WOMAN OF 27 HAS ♦
NINE HUSBANDS LIVING ♦
Allentown, Pa., Not. 7.— G
Mrs. Jennie Schwoyer who la G
In Jail under a yean* sentence G
tor having married ten men, G
nine of whom are living, Is be
lieved to be the most married
woman on record. "My Idea
« t a perfect husband Is a much
better one than I have ever
had," she declared. She Is
only IT.
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Sanner, Democrat
Farr, Progressive
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Paul, Republican
Kelley, Democrat
Sawyer, Progressive
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Enright, Republican
Rae, Democrat
Thompson, Progressive
Hamilton. Socialist
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McCoy. Republican
Keating, Democrat
Cumbine, Progressive
Michaud, Socialist
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Terwilliger, Republican
Davee, Democrat
Tower, Progressive
Kriger, Socialist
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Pierson. Democrat
Sidell, Democrat
Goss, Progressive
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Asbridge, Democrat
Carroll, Progressive
Hughes. Socialist
For Representative—
Crull, Republican
Baird. Democrat
Thurston, Progressive
Brychta, Socialist
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Jensvold, Republican
Klein. Democrat
Beaudette, Progressive
Drazich. Socialist
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Jacobs, Democrat
Fletcher, Progressive
Lake, Socialist
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Metzger, Democrat
Kendall, Socialist
Bartz, Independent
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Jennings, Democrat
Moody, Progressive
Englet. Socialist
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Boarman, Democrat
Baker, Progressive
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Carter, Republican
Taylor, Democrat
Jensen, Socialist
Clarke, Independent
Newton. Independent
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FIsco, Democrat
Dunn, Socialist
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McGinley, Democrat
Pennlcott, Socialist
Park, Independent
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Parkinson, Republican
Scott, Democrat
Carey, Socialist
For County Supt. of Schools—
Griffin, Republican
Nelson, Democrat
Appleman, Progressive
For County Coroner—
O'Connor, Republican
Welsh, Democrat
Olin, Socialist
For Publie Administrator—
Ording, Republican
McCann, Democrat
Krejct, Socialist
For Clerk and Recorder—
Renshaw, Republican
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The above election returns are fairly authentic, and it is not
probable'that the official count will change these figures. In
it's next issue The Record will publish the official count.
G GAGE HAPPENINGS G
G By Special Correspondent. G
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Cooking apples, $1.20 per box at the
Cash Store. !!•'"'
W. T. Staley was a county seat visi
tor the last of the week.
Mr. Beiden returned to Lewistown
Tuesday after a short visit with
friends here.
Alex Thompson was renewing ac
quaintances in the county seat the last
of the week.
Mrs. George Mills was calling on
friends in Gage Wednesday of this
week.
Messrs. Herbert and Bruce Fawcett
were amonk the Sunday callers In
Gage.
Mr. aud Mrs. B. E. Lackey were at
tending to business affairs in this city
the fore part of the week.
L. D. Tucker who has been working
in Melstone the past month, came up
Saturday to spend the week end with
his family. 1
Joseph Goffena one of the Delphin
Boosters was seen promenading the
streets of Gage Tuesday.
Mrs. Z. B. Brown and Mrs. Geo. Mills
stopped in Gage Thursday og there
way to attend the L, C. D. Club.
Andrew Lundgren was renewing ac
quaintances and attending to busi
ness affairs in the county seat the
first of the week.
M. Mattson of Delphia was transact
ing business in Gage, the fore part of
the week.
Harry Adams and his partner Mr,
Beiden came down from Lewistown
last Saturday for a few days visit at
the former's home north of Gage.
Two unknowjn gypsie girls, dark
eyed and vivacious Queens of there
tribe, aud supposedly from some pa»
ty wandering across the continent,
were very conspicious by there wel
come presence Thursday night.
Mrs. Irvin Blocher of Ryegate and
formerly Miss Nora Jacobson who had
charge of the school in district No.
23 came down on the local last Sun
day and left Monday for her school
where she will try and have her resig
nation accepted by the board.
Norman Manchester of Salesvflle
who filed on a homestead some time
ago, came down last week and has com
menced the erection of a substantial
log house on his claim. Where he
will make hi s home this winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Darling left
Saturday morning for Roundup where
they expect to make there home for
the next few months.
C. W. Doyle the Parrot Creek lum
ber man lias been here the past few
days with a crew of men, loading
about eighty thousand feet of bridge
timber which will be shipped to differ
ent parts of the county.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Campbell left
last Saturday morning for Anaconda,
where they expect to make there home
this winter. Mr. Campbell has se
cured a position in a large jewelry
establishment in that city.
The regular meeting of the Cactus
Dodgers met at the Summit ranch,
Thursday, Oct. 31. A good number
were present and the longer hours
help make a more enjoyable afternoon
A new reporter was elected. Miss
Batschelet taking the office. A 1:00
o'clock luncheon was served by th"
hostess, Mrs. Campbell, and a pr
gram of work was divided among th"
members. The next meeting will
at Mrs. George Mills, Thursday, Nov.
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
» EMORY NEW8 ITEMS G
G By Special Correspondent. G
GGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG
Mr. Shomo hauled a load of lumber
out from Lavina for S. M. Co. for the
edition to their ranch store at Emory.
Mulroy & Wood are breaking one
hundred acres on the former's home
stead south of Emory.
Mr. Wieber came down to Emoi?
after his new motor cycle which ht
has just purchased.
A heavy snow storm visited this par
of the country last Sunday and Mon
day. It is welcome by all who havt
winter wheat in as we have not hat
very much moisture so far.
Ray Lewis who has made his homi
in Canada the last few years returner
with his wife and baby to visit at th
home of his father and mother.
Mrs. Sutherland, who has been vial!
ing at the home of ber son Joh n Sut!
erland, left for her home in Iowa lmi
Wednesday. Mrs. Sutherland is
well pleased with Montana that ah
plans on returning in the spring t
spend the summer with relatives.
Mr. Kessen of Samuel's ranch wh
has been very ill is reported as som
better.
Mr. Rux and Mr. Roediger who nr
employed at Hedgesville spent Sonda
on tbelr claims.
MUTINEERS SENTENCED.
Sebastopol. Russia, Nov. 8.—Th
naval court baa aentenced 17 Bailor
to death and 1M to tmprtaonaaaat «
from four to eight years at hard labe
for instigating mutinies in the 1
slan fleet.

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