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£ LET US HELP YOU MAKE THIS A MERRY CHRISTMAS. COME AND LOOK OVER OUR ELEGANT ASSORTANT OF GIFT GOODS-ANDNOTEOUR PRICES WE HAVE GIVEN OURXMASGOODS A GREAT DEAL OF ATTENTION AND HAVE SELECTED GOODS THAT WILL B F MOST ACCFPT • ABLE AS PRESENTS. Fancy China and Cut Glass China Cups and Saucers, good grade, thin, daintily decorated, per set of six $1.25 to $2.00 Salad Bowls, Sugars and Creamers, Plates, Celery Trays, Shaving Mugs, etc., very attractive and make most ac ceptable gifts Each item nicely packed in holly box. Prices extremely reasonable Cut Glass Sugars and Creamers, Bowls, Nappies, Celery Trays, etc., good crystal and nicely cut, each in neat WE CAN MAKE IT WORTH YOUR WHILE TO holly box. Prices very attractive. Comforers, tight and fluffy, a good sensible gift that your wife will appreciate. Good range of prices. Bed Spreads and blankets, a nice assortment at attrac tive prices. Clocks, Sewing Sets, Carving Sets, Water Sets, Jewel Boxes, etc., all make nice gifts. We can supply you very satisfactorily. A good wool sweater or a nice flannel shirt made up like those we are showing makes a sensible gift and one to be Appreciated. DO YOUR XMAS SHOPPING AT OUR STORE Our new styles in American Lady and American Gentleman SHOES are real smart and nifty—why not make a present of a good pair—the best shoes made. DANIEL GREEN'8 COMFYS: You know their value for comfort. We have them for every member of the family and our low prces will appeal strongly to you. LADIES' SILK H08E, MENS' 8ILK HALF H08E. fancy suspenders, men's silk lined gloves, each item put up in a pretty holly box. AIbo an elegant assortment of St. Rigis neck ties—each item in separate fancy box. Come in and see the hundreds of things we cannot list here. u I Hendrix HANDKERCHIEFS Fcr Every Member of t Y t I...T. :y. Price. I - r-c ircri 2 for TO 50c each. We can please you. Handkerchiefs Always make nice Presents TOYS Santa Claus has made his headquartes at our store. Our shelves and tables are loaded with all kinds of toys from the rattle for the baby to the steam engine for Bobby. Rocking horses, express wagons, pop guns, books, toy pianos, games, toy furniture, dishes, stoves, blocks, flying machines, iron trains, trains that run on tracks, dolls, iron horses and wagons, mechanical horses that gallop, mechan cal autos, dancing dolls, ferris wheels and circus tumblers, stuffed animals, roily Pollies. and all the rest. We invite you to come and see the toys. Hendrix RUSSIA RECEIVES WAR WARNING GERMANY WILL DRAW SWORD SHOULD HOSTILITIES ARISE. BERLIN, Dec. 2.—Imperial Chancel lor Von Bethmann Hollweg today ut tered a plain warning to Russia that, in ease hostilities should arise out of the Austro-Servian difficulties, Ger many would draw her sword to assist her ally. The Imperial Chancellor made this declaration in the course of a speech in the Rei-hstag. discussing the Balkan situation. It was a re petition of the statement made at the time of the controversy over Bosnia and Herzegovina in 190S, which caused an immense sensation in the European capitals. Altho at that period, the statement threatened to sweep away the Paciflc-Russian cabinet, the anti war feeling in Russia ultimately pre vented a clash. ENTRYMAN'8 HOME IS WHEREVER HE SLEEPS Residence of Entryman's Family Is Not Necessary on Homestead. BILLINGS, Dec. 2.—That for the purpose of complying with the laws re lative to homesteads, the residence of the entryman's family is not necessar ily his own, is the effect of a decision received here today wherein the right to hold a quarter section of land was Gardsn on Ranch of Corliss Fairchild, Five Milos West of Roundup ♦ * ♦ TOM 8HARKEY TO ENTER HOTEL BUSINESS. ♦ NEW YORK, Nov. 30—Tom ♦ ♦ Sharkey, onetime heavyweight ♦ ♦ Champion pugilist, is to desert ♦ ♦ the white lights of Broadway ♦ ♦ and go to California to enter ♦ ♦ the hotel business, according to ♦ ♦ an announcement here today. ♦ «««««««««««St«««*« contested. The ruling came from the secretary of the interior, and in par ticularly importanat to homesteaders. The land in question was filed by Richard Sherwood, a plumber, and his right to it was contested by Neil W. Myers who claimed that the regula tions of the land department had not been complied with. He set forth that although Sherwood had improved the property and that he had slept in a house erected thereon his family main tained their residence in Billings and that the abiding place of Sherwood's wife and children was legally his own. The receiver of the Billings land of flee sustained this contention, but the register took a contrary view and re commended the dismissal of the con test. His holding was affirmed by the general land office and as a last resort the case was carried to the in terior department with the result that the finding of the register was again upheld. « The price of baths has been re duced to 35 cents at Noble's. RUSSIAN TREATY WILSON^HERITASE JEWISH PASSPORT QUESTION WILL BE LEFT TO DEMOCRATS TO SETTLE. WASHINGTON, Nov. 30—The Jew ish passport question, the most vexa tious inter national issue of the Taft administration will be left for the Democrats to settle after March 4. When Governor Wilson enters the White House he at once will find him self under pressure from American citizens of Jewish birth to push the question to a settlement and it is safe to say that the question will annoy his administration quite as much as it has annoyed President Taft. The Russian question was allowed to remain in the back ground during the presidential campaign but now that the campaign is ended it will not be possible to keep it from assuming a good deal of promi nence. The Russian treaty was good until January, 1912, even tho it had not been denounced by the American govern ment. Since the presidential cam paign the state department has taken the question up more or less formally with Russia with a view to a continu ance of trade relations regardless of the Jewish question. The chances now seem to be that trade between the two countries will go forward tem porarily on the old basis without in creased tariff rates and that the chief j issue will reman unsettled for a con- j siderable period. Some temporary arrangement is necessary if trade is to be carried on between the two countries. 8AN JOSE CELEBRATES SAN JOS7E, CAL., Nov. 29.—With historical pageants for children de picting phases in the history of the city, San Jose began the celebration of her 135th birthday today under the direction of a committe of Native Sons and Daughters. PEACE ENVOY SHOT MEXICO CITY. Nov. 30.—Carrying out his threat that he would put to I death any envoy of peace sent to him | by the Madero government, S. Emilio Zapata, the rebel leader, passed death penalty upon two men according to advices received today from Ex caulta. One of the condemned men i was shot but the other escaped ARMY DEFEATS NAVY FRANKLIN FIELD, Nov. 30.—Two goals from placement by Brown gave the Navy a stirring victory over the Army on Franklin Field this forenoon by the score of 6 to 0. Both goals came in the latter part of the game. Only once was either goal n danger,! when the Army blocked a Navy kick that rolled near the Annapolis goal line. The Army showed much morej effective power, but the West Pointers j were unable to keep up their rushing consequently carrying the ball over the Navy goal line. The passing of both teams was about equal. The game was clearly played there being but few fumbles during the contest. Admirals j and generals, past and present, and other active officers of all grades were in the boxes or scattered through the stands by the hundreds. PRESIDENT'S CABINET MEETS. WASHINGTON,' Nov. 30.—President Taft's cabinet held a special meeting! today to go over the proof of the presi- i dent's forthcoming general message to congress, which probably will be sub mitted late next week. This message deals with every subject upon which the president wishes to advise con gress except foreign relations. JAPAN'S MINISTER OF SIGNS. WAR RE TOKIO,' Dec. 2.—Lieutenant General Uyehera, Japan minister of war, form j a jjy tendered his resignation to the j Emperor today owing to a refusal of other members of the cabinet to accede to his demand for the increase of the army by two divisions. It Is thought in some quarters that Lieut. General Uyerhera's action might pre cipitate the collapse of the present cab inet, but premier Saionji is reported to be optimistic. BACHELOR COTTILLION IS NO MORE WASHINGTON. Nov. 30.—The an nual Bachelor Cottillion. at which the wves of presidents have frequently officiated as hostesses for the unmar ried men in the diplomatic, legislative I and society life of the Capital, Is no | no more. Becoming too large to ban -held and the organization will be dis the.banded. die readily, the leaders today announc ed that the ball, which for forty-live j years has been one of the exclusive events of the season, will no longer be ANDERSON & BERVEN Flour, Feed, Seeds, Hay and Grain [ m o i* » GoidMeumjuw Distributing Agents of WASHBURN -CROSBY CO.'S GOLD MEDAL FLOUR Roundup, Mont. HIGHER MILK FOR OMAHA. OMAHA, Neb., Nov. 30.—The dairy men of this city have unanimously agreed to raise the price of milk from seven to nine cents a quart, beginning tomorrow. ARMISTICE DRAWN UP AND SIDNED END COMES SO SWIFTLY DIPLO MATS GASP-DOCUMENT SPEED ILY APPROVED. CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 30.—Tur key has approved the protocol of an armistice drawn up by the plenipo entiaries representing it and the allied Balkan states who have been in ses sion only a few days just outside the Tchatalja lines. The end came swifty—so swiftly, in fact, that diplomats gasped. They did not consider it possible that the fami liar Turkish inclination to haggle and bargain would permit of such a speedy arrangement being effected. However as soon as the plenipoten tiaries had reached a mutual under standing the protocol was hurried to this city. A meeting of the cabinet was held. There was little discussion. The Cabinet speedily approved the document. An trade was issued sanc tioning the protocol. The signatures of the officers of the government will be appended to it tomorrow. BUYERS SAVED $150,000 By Confiscation of False Weights and Measures Pittsburg Saves Buying Public Vast 8um Every Year. PITTSBURG, Nov. 30.—One year ago on November first this city began an experiment, as it was then considered to see what could be done to protect the consumer against false weights and measures. The work was placed under the charge of the chief ordi nance of C. Murray from G. Living ston who was designed the official city sealer. A force of ouly six men was allowed him to carry on the work but the results have been far above all expectations, tons of false measures, dry and liquor; milk cans, scales and weights have been confiscated and de stroyed and the work Is now being pressed with a vigor which means there will be no letup in the efforts to protect the buying public against mer chants who either intentionally or ac cidently defraud them. In answer to the query. "How much money has your work saved the buyers in one year?" came the astounding information, after due thought, "1150,000 as a most con servattng estimate."