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HANDSOME $400 UPRIGHT PARLOR GRAND PIANO
THE ROUNDUP DRUG an:! JEW
ELRY CO. and THE RLCORD
will give away absolutely without
cost the CLAXTON UPRIGHT
GRAND PIANO shown below. This
is open to anyone and nomination
blanks may be obtained at THE
RECORD office, THE ROUNDUP
How to Get Y r otes
W ITH every purchase at the ROUNDUP DRUG COMPANY
votes will be given—100 VOTES FOR EVERY DOLLAR'S
WORTH PURCHASED. Votes in the same proportion will also
be given to persons paying accounts. It any of your friends need
anything in the DRUG and JEWELRY LINE, or anything carried
by an up-to-date Store of this kind get them to patronize the
ROUNDUP DRUG COMPANY and give you their votes. Now is
the time to get busy. The earlier you start the more advantage
you will have in final count. The date of the closing of the con
test will be March 22, 1913
Cut out coupon below and present or mail to the ROUNDUP
DRUG COMPANY or THE ROUNDUP RECORD.
IF THEY OWE ON ACCOUNT GET THEM TO PAY IT AND
SECURE VOTES.
CLAXTON UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO CONTEST
Cut This Coupon Out and Bring to
Roundup Druê Co.
IT WILL COUNT 25 VOTES.
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DRUG and JEWELRY CO., or cut
from this ad. This will be the
most^ interesting advertising pro
position ever held in Musselshell
County and everyone has an
equal opportunity to sec ure this
BEAUTIFUL UPRIGHT PARLOR
GRAND PIANO.
How to Get Votes
1TH every yearly subscription to THE ROUNDUP RECORD
YY accompanied by $2.00 in cash, 7,000 votes will be
given. This applies to back subscriptions, and you can pay for
as many as you desire. You can also get votes on job printing—
1,000 votes for each dollar paid on either job advertising or
printing. All leading merchants in ROUNDUP patronize THE
ROUNDUP RECORD, and they will be glad to give you the votes
when they pay any of their accounts. But the best way to get
votes is to get subscriptions to the paper, as the schedule of
votes is so much greater for subscription than for anything else.
You will be surprised how easy it is to get subscriptions to THE
RECORD if you try. CLOSES MARCH 22. 1913.
No. 1, Name of Contestant will not be known. 2, No names
of candidates will be published. 3, Every Contestant gets 2,000
votes to start with. 4, Every Contestant gets a number. 5, Stand
ing by Numbers published weekly in the Roundup Record. 6, All
votes must be brought in Wednesday for recording. 7, Votes must
NOT be written on. 8, Tie votes in packages with Contestant's
number and amount on top slip. 9, Color of Certificates will be
changed each month and must be recorded before change. 10,
Votes are transferable only before recording. 11, Contestant hav
ing the largest number of votes March 22, 1913, wins Piano.
THIS IS SURELY A PRESENT WORTH WORKING FOR.
Nomination Blank
GOOD FOR 2,000 VOTES
I hereby accept the nomination as a contestant on the
CLAXTON PIANO CONTEST. Please place these 2,000
votes to my credit.
NAME .................................................
POST OFFICE.................................
PLANNED DE-
STRUCTION OF CITY
-BURN LOS ANGELES OFF THE
MAP," McMANIGAL ALLEGES
McNAMARA SAID.
INDIANAPOLIS. Nov. 25— Sworn
testimony that John McNamara plan-
ned complete destruction of Los Ange-
les was given by Ortie McManigal to-
day at the dynamite conspiracy trial
in the United States court. McMani-
ga! resumption of the witness stand
was unexpected. He also said Mc-
Nantara planned to dynamite all non
union jobs at the Panama canal. "Burn
T he city cf Los Angeles off the map,"
McManigal alleges John McNamara
tool him. "Make it a landmark like
s .\ Francisco was right after the big
e.vhquake." McManigal said Mc-
Namara planned to send three or four
"-cod men" to Los Angeles, start fires
in Afferent parts o' 1 the city and then
sir n'.taneousiy dyamite the water sys-
T- r Herbert S. Hockin, secretary
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of Bridge and Structural Iron
:ation
vkers. was taken to jail Saturday
use rf his being unable to furnish
additional bond of $10,000.
by
LULL BURGAS. Nov. 20. 'Thous- [()
ands are homeless and the distress is
incredible, One Bulgarian doctor j
alone is treating 500 eases of cholera,
SOFIA, Nov. 26.—Bulgaria expects t
to pay the costs of the war with to-,
bacco. Much of the best Turkish to
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bacco is grown in districts captured
by Bulgarian forces.
LONDON, Nov. 26.— Bulgarian peas
ants In the vicinity of Kirk Killsseh
are still wearing the Turban for fear
the Turks will return and take re
venge upon them as was done in 1878.
BELGRADE. Nov 26.—Among the
first to receive the decoration of King
Peter's new distinguished service or
der of Dushan, the Mighty, was a little
Jewish tailor named Abraham Levy of
a^an Infäntrv who pick
ed up the colors when the bearer who
led the regiment to victory was killed.
MURDERERS TO BE
ELECTROCUTED
U8TICE GOFF PRONOUNCES DOOM
ON NEW YORK GAMBLERS
CONVICTED OP MURDER.
NEW YORK, Nov. 26.—"Lefty
Louie" Rosenberg, Hairy Horrowlts,
alias "Gyp the Blood," "Whltey" Lew
is and "Dago Prank" Ciroflci, convict
ed for the murder of Gambler Herman
Rosenthal, were sentenced today to
electrocution in Sing Sing prison some
time daring the week beginning Janu
ary 8th. lattice Goff pronounced their
doom In the state supreme court.
Former PoUoe-Uentensnt Che*. P.
Becker, convicted of tret degree mur
der for having instigated the slaying
oT Rosenthal. Is also «oder sentence
of death.
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♦ STUDENTS ACT AS
♦ STRIKE BREAKERS
♦ NEW HAVEN, Nov. 23.— ♦
4* Yale students tonight acted as 4
♦ strike breakers and served ♦
♦ food and drink to their victor- ♦
♦ ious rivals of the crimson, when ♦
♦ ninety-six of the 165 waiters ♦
♦ of the hotel Taft walked out in ♦
4* the midst of dinner. When ♦
♦ the hotel was most crowded ♦
♦ being the rendezvous of foot- ♦
♦ ball enthusiasts the waiters, ♦
♦ without warning, inaugurated ♦
♦ their strike. Immediately, ♦
♦ scores of Yale men volunteer- ♦
♦ ed tot ake their places and the ♦
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JURY FAILS TO
A6REE ON VERDICT
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JURY
IN GIBSON TRIAL
LESSLY DIVIDED.
HOPE
GOSHEN, N. Y., Nov. 2*1.—Reporting
to Judge Tompkins that they were
hopelessly divided on the case of Bur
gon W. Gibson, the New York attorney
accused of the murder of Mrs. Rosa
S/.abo, a client, the jury was dismissed
by the court today. The jurors had
reported early in the day that they !
could not agree but were told by the
court to resume their deliberations.
Judge Tompkins showed his disap-!
pointaient at the failure of the jurors !
[() rt . ac .)i some compromise. He did
uot ret j re unt ji ^» 45 o'clock this morn
j n ^ Imping that a verdict might be,
returned. Gibson will probably be
t a k en t 0 Xew York to staud trial for
Klan( j larceny,
BELIEVE IT WAS MUROER
Sheriff Investigating Death of Orphan
Boy Who Was Found With Bullet
Hole Through Temple. {
TACOMA, Nov. 25.—Sheriff Robert |
Longmire is today investigating the (
death of George Sandstrom, 16 years (
old, an orphan boy whose body was
found in the woods a short distance
from the W. F. Gould ranch, near
Woodland. Saturday with a bullet hole,
through the temple The sheriff aud
Dick Frazer, a detective, believe the'by
LUI wa. murdered. Coroner SUaeer
Sandstrom was missing since Novem
ber 5.
EXTREME PENALTY
WILL NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
8TRIKE MURDERERS
Judge Instructs Jury That Second De
gree Murder Can Be Only Verdict
If Found Guilty.

SALEM, MASS., Nov. 25.—Death
sentence will not be imposed upon
Joseph Ettor, Arturo Glovannitti and
Antonio Caruso on trial here today forj
the murder at Lawience last winter
of Anna Loplsao, woman striker, re-jG
gardless of the Jury's findings. This
much was made certain today when
Judge Quinn Instructed the Jury that
the only verdict which could he re
turned against the defendants if found
guilty was second degree murder
which carries a penalty of life Im
prisonments.
CALL WAR OFF FOR
ANOTHER WEEK
INDICATIONS POINT TO 8ETTLE
MENT OF DIFFICULTIES ARIS
ING FROM BALKAN DISPUTE.
BERLIN, Nov. 25.—The Ikdam, a
leading Constantinople newspaper,
says today that Turkey and the Bal
kan Allies have agreed upon a weeks'
armistice. Ail indications here today
pointed to a settlement of all difficul
ties arising from the Balkan dispute
without a general European war. Altho
military preparations continue Austria
is in a conciliatory humor and semi
official notes indicate the danger of
war is decreasing. While Germany
has promised Austria its support in
t lie event of a clash with Russia, Kais
er Wilhelm lias emphasized the hope
i liât war will be averted.
♦ INTEREST IN SMALL MAN +
4- FACING POVERTY. NOT FU- +
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♦ NEW YORK, Nov. 26.— Dis- *
♦ cussing the plan of Andrew ♦
+ Carnegie to give an unnual 4»
4» pension of $25,000 to future re- 4»
♦ tiring presidents. Col. Theo. 4»
♦ Roosevelt said today: "My in- 4»
4* terest is not in pensions for ♦
4* future presidents, but for the 4*
4* small man who has no chance ♦
♦ to save and who faces direct ♦
♦ poverty when he becomes sup
4* orannuated."
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ETTOR, GIOVANNITI AND CARUSO
ARE FOUND NOT GUILTY BY
JURY.
SALEM, MASS., Nov. 26.— Joseph
| Ettor, Arturo Giovanniti and Antonio i
( Caruso have been declared not guilty
( of the murder of Anna Lopizzo, a wo-,
man textile striker shot down In the
streets of Lawrence last winter dur
i«g the big industrial strike there.
The verdict was reached early last ,
night by the jury but was not received :
the'by Judge Quinn until court opened
tod.y. The d.fend.uU stood i. .he
returned. All three wept with Joy.
"I thank you, gentlemen of the Jury," j
shouted Giovanniti at the top of hiS|
voice. "I thank you in the name of
justice and civilization." Caruso loudly
proclaimed his innocence.


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ON WAY TO WAR. ♦
SEATTLE. Nov. 25.— In one ♦
corner of the Oregon and G
Washington depot last night G
was an old priest wearing the G
vestment of the Graeco-Rus- ♦
sian church. Gathered around G
him were sixty-seven men, G
Greeks, Servians and Monte- ♦
negrlns. The priest was talk- G
ing. The men were drinking G
in every word. The »priest was ♦
Rev. A. P. Kashevarof. The ♦
men were from Alaska all G
bound for their native land to G
fight the Turk.
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♦ SENATOR RAYNOR DIES ♦
♦ WASHINGTON, Nov. 25.— ♦
4> Senator Isadore Raynor of 4*
4* Maryland died at his home here ♦
♦ at 6:20 a. m. today. He had ♦
4» been ill for several weeks with ♦
4* neuritis and ihs death had 4
♦ been expected for several days. ♦
♦ Senator Raynor's death changes ♦
«1* the control of the senate. His ♦
4> vote gave the democrats 49, ♦
4* one more than a majority. ♦
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AUSTRIA
NANT OVER SERVIA
CALLS MORE RESERVES TO THE
COLORS AND EVIDENTLY
WANTS WAR.
FRIELASSING, GERMANY, Nov.
25.—(By courier from Vienna to avoid
censorship).—It was learned on high
authority today that some time this
week Austria will serve Servia with
an ultimatum. Austrian officials do
not share the hopeful feeling prevail
ing elsewhere in Europe and are de
termined to press matters to a crisis, j
Foreign Minister Sazanoff of Russia
has joined the war party and is urging
immediate support of Servia's claim
of an Adriatic port. Servia lias sent
unsatisfactory replies to eacli of Aus
tria's notes, and officials of the latter
j government are indignant. More re
I serves are being summoned daily.
Announcement was read in all Vienna
cafes and theatres last night calling
all reserves to the colors at once.
TWO WILL HANG.
i SACREMENTO. Nov. 26.— Two exe
cutions are scheduled for December 6
—those of Edward Delanante, a negro
murderer who killed "St. Louis Fat'
Kaufman, a fellow prisoner to be
i iat ,g e d at Folsom; and Willie Luis, a
Chinese, to be hanged at San Quentin
f or jj le usinier of his father's second
wife
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Success cannot turn a man's head if
, he has a stiff neck.
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EQUIPMENT, SERVICE, FOOD.
These are the three essential require
ments of a first class restauranL The
equipment must be pleasing to the
eye. the service must he quick and
efficient, and
THE FOOD MUST BE PALATABLE
At our well known restaurant yon
will find all of theee thtnga as nearly
perfect as human ingenuity can make
them. Moderate chargea or »' menu.
Danils
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GOODYEAR
WELT
REPAIRING
SYSTEM
LISSMAN'S
SHOE FACTORY
RAILWAY AVENUE
Opposite the Depot
A Modern Repairing Shop
NEW SHOES FOR SALE
Better Goode, Better Prices
Better Service.
GET THE HABIT
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Hendrix's
WALK A BLOCK AND SAVE A DOLLAR.
HOME VISITORS
Excursion Fares
VIA THE
'MILWAUKEE'
DAILY DECEMBER 1 to 31. 1912
From Stations in Montana to
BUFFALO, N. Y.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IA.
CHICAGO, ILL.
CINCINNATI, O.
CLEVELAND, O.
COLUMBUS, O.
DUBUQUE, IA. PEORIA, ILL.
EVANSVILLE, IND. PITTSBURGH, PA.
FORT DODGE. IA. ROCK I8LAND, ILL.
INDIANAPOLIS, IND. ST. JOSEPH, MO.
KANSAS CITY, MO. ST. LOUIS, MO.
LOUI8VILLE, KY. SIOUX CITY, IA.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, I A.MAR8H ALLTOWN, I A.SPRINGFIELD. ILL.
DAVENPORT, IA. MILWAUKEE, WIS. TOLEDO, O.
DES MOINE8, IA. OMAHA, NEB. WATERLOO, IA.
DETROIT, MICH.
Final Limit, Three Months from Date of Sale.
Liberal Stopovers Allowed Both on Going and Return Journey.
Two Fast Through Trains Daily
The Olympian" "The Columbian
These trains carry the very finest Equipment, Standard and Tourist
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars and Coaches. In addition "THE OLYM
PIAN" carries a Standard and Compartment Sleeper and a Lounge
Observation Car. Both trains are electric lighted throughout.
For further information about excursion fares, tickets, reservations,
schedules, etc., call on or address
U
C. K. Clarke, Agt.
ROUNDUP, MONTANA
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♦ AVIATOR KILLED. ♦
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♦ REHIMS. FRANCE, Nov. ♦
G 21.—Andre Frey, the well G
♦ known aviator, was killed here G
G today his aeroplane collapsing G
G and he falling 150 feet G
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BEAUTIFUL HAIR, A JOY PORBVB
If you have a beautiful head of
try to keep It If yon bave not
to get 1L Merltol Hair Tonic
the ecalp clean, promotee a
growth of beautiful hair, and keepe
soft and lustrous. Tr ytt.
Drug Store.

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