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ECONOMY AND STATE TAXES
^IMPORTANT PART OF DIXONSi INAUGURAL ADDRESS'played -— (Continued from page one.) ments and commissions with its con-; current cut in office holders and salaries were received with much ap plunge. interest was ' maintained troughout and Governor Dixon's words were received' amid a cal in The which responded to the mood he was! in. He did not-attempt any flights of oratory. Governor Dixon stuch to his text and pounded fact after factj home to his hearers. He spoke in clear low tones which carried the con-| viction he evidenced in his plans for bettering the state government- AI great ovation was given him as he' brought his message to a close. and here Clayton Walker's team beat that of Wallace Nelson and the ag negation captained by Ellis Dawes ATHLETIC DAY AT LOCAL Y. M. C. A. (Continued from Page 1) ■ ifi in PALACE—Friend to the Farmer, Friend to the Working Man. Back to Pre-war Prices hi i-, ii ■3P * ■ •w A. J, *• r- ' *- ■ • WfcV . &r i > - ? m V. f. » c / I :-L I f ? ■i i * v ' ■'T « " ■ i v.' : ' r- ; . m Wur*. '• -Î: i ; * v ■ m * X j&ît v. % \ 3 ' ■>' 1 < 2 -, S « I L «a II *>.■ K i . * ? ê ► ^ % J II. ■ A SALE OPENS * ' ' ; TAKE A LOCK AT THIS PALACE STORE V. » *;i - * v Friday Morning .4 ■ .• ijl ISii * \ , m Emms M « 9 a. m. As You Have Been Looking ior Lower . % s. /. ■ • ■ ■ # % ii fw i'' t • I * HI ■ Y: m So Hurry! Fj ices — Here They Are T pygmimlt. * I gs J It M'iM V rU * t iî 9SSSSU ii ko Sell Out ' Half of Our Entire Stock 13 »3 We a&sure ore t! Ü. 1 . v* k you Cheaper than j manufacturers' wholesale i I % * ] ii * pilCcS. Best opportunity you ever had Taking our loss to-day and every day of this sale. I - ill ■ t t Palace Sale Opens Friday Jan. 7 and lasts 14 day FAST - FURIOUS SELLING EVERY DAY OF THIS SALE li t I ! in making purchases. * Vi I II I , . To reduce your cost of living you must Trade Here \ SO BE ON * HAND î SO BE ON HAND ! Greatest Men's - Boys' Sale Since Before the War WHILE THEY LAST SUITS & OVERCOATS, Values up to $32 - Now $14.75 i Men's Half Hose Wonderful values bl^ck and tan Shirts in percale, madras and jer seys, plain an dfancy stripes; re gular $2.50 grades, nowL Dress Shirts—One broken lot of good makes, in white madras, plain and pleated bosoms with starched cuffs; sold up to $2.50 now Men's and women3 felt slippers now Womens fancy folt slippers $1.59 MEN'S SWEATERS—Gray Sweat ers with military collars, all sizes, usual $2.00 grades, all at Ginv and Blu'î Sweaters, with or without shawl collars, usual $2.50 and $3.00 grades, now MEN'S UNION SUITS—Medium weight; now Men's heavy wool mixed union suits; now OVERSHOES, Mens, Womens, and boys 1-buckle; now ...-$1.69 Men's 4-buckle all Rubber Over shoes formerly $5.00; now... $2.39 Mens Work Gloves at Bargain prices Men's Cloth Gloves Men's Heavy Mitts Womens Rubbers $1.00 values now ...59c FLANNEL and STEEN SHIRTS Men's good grade Sateen Shirts in all sizes; the $1.50 grade Good weight flannel shirts with flat and military collors; in brown, gray, wine, blue and khaki; all sizes; grades up to $5.50.$3.65 Heavy dark gray flannel with flat collar; all sizes; the kind that sold up to $4.50; all at ...i. NECKWEAR Men's silk open-ends in good pat terns and fabrics; grades to $1.00 WOMENS CASHMERE WOOL HOSE 10c 29c $100 $1.45 WOMENS OXFORDS and PUMPS $7.00 to $9.00 values; Now...<$5.00 Men's Heavy Wool Sox 29c 95c Big Blankets and Quilts; $2.9a.%nd $3.95. • ' W $1.95 Union Made Waist Overalls, of Ex tra Heavy Denim, With Patented Double Belt Loops. Special values $1.50 84c $1.00 at SHOES All Bearing Original Sell ing Prices BELOW COST OF TO DAY. 79c MENS UNDERSHIRTS 40c $2.98 >• MEN'S HEMSTITCHED HAND KERCHIEFS Four for Men's Work Shoes, 8-inch, best make of storm shoes in Blucher style; $8.50 grade now SPECIAL Hand tailored Scotch Woolen Suits $2.95 Men's black and tan shoes $8.00 $5.95 25c $29.00 values at ' MEN'S HATS values to $5.00 $1.85 MEN'S OVERCOATS Values to $25,00: Now Men's wotfk shoes- light and dark tan and smoke horse, blucher style with 2 full soles of oak, Chippewa and Red Wing brand; $6.50 and $7.00 grades; now .* $5.95 Now 35c for Men's and Boys Suspenders 29c Men's pure silk ties: large assort ment 3>f colors and patterns; for merly sold up to $1.50—now... 85c $10 10c Special Women's Bungalow Aprons few left at $4.95 69c 89c MEN'S GOOD PANTS $8.00 values, Now $4.95 MEN'S AND BOYS SHOES-Men's work shoes, in dark tan calf 2 full soles, all sizes; $4.00 and $4.50 values now at SPECIAL BOYS MACKINAWS .. . .....$5.95 $2.95 BOYS VERY GOOD SUITS, values up to $16,00; Now MENS WOOL MACKINAWS, $18. values; Now 4 ; Men's Work shoes in dark tan veal calf. 3 styles, heavy and medium weight 8oîes, all sixes grades up to a $6.00, now at ....... $8.45 v ■ j . BETTER GOODS FOR LESS % CENTRALLY LOCATED $8-95 - life - ■£*t / ■ A é.r ;V ' v " .'VS* Vr r ■ ■■■% ■ m r 3iîà m ■ games by intermediate boys in the afternoon. Two teams from the seniors finished the after noon's contests. won from that of Ray Shadoan. Two were In the boys' department Ellis Dawes an( i Carl Richter founght out the finals of a ping pong tournament, the for mer winning- Nelson and Briggs tied for the next place. Rusty Russel won th e cadet championship from Edward Dean MEMBERSHIP DRIVE FOR LOCAL Y. M. C. A. (Continued from Page 1) to the teams and division chairmen making the largest score of new mem bers. The work has been divided into three divisions, business men, college and high school. The former will have six teams,''each with a captain and a score of workers. P. C. Waite has been appointed chairman of one division of the busi ness men and the captains under him will be C. N. Wood, E. H. Staehling and C. S. Kenyon, 5s secretary of this division. Warren Maddox The other division has J. E. Lang for its chairman, Harley Williams for sec retary and W. J. Fransham, Fred Mc Kay and L. D. Conkling for captains There will be seven men under each captain The college division will have H. F. Eden for chairman an«j the captains and workers will be selected this afternoon. The high school division has been divided into three teams of which Wallace Keown, Marshall Mason and Olaf Anderson will be captains. J. Harley Williams, general secre-j/ tary of the "Y" will have charge the campaign, assisted by a committee composed of R. M. Esgar, J. A. Wood ard, A. H. Morse, A. G- Berthot and J. M. Hamilton. AUTOMOBILISTS FINED FOR ONLY ONE LIGHT Seven automobile drivers were haled into Judge Ellis' court Thursday and fined $5 each for running their ma chines the night before with only one j front light burning. Since the speed C0 P was done away with at the of- the - summer nu m b er— of. anfco; drivers of the city have consistently j broken the traffic ordinances and the | wholesale drag net of Thursday was in the nature of a roundup. The po lice department are after other of fenders of the traffic laws—a word to the wise should be sufficient. 1 j FARMERS WEEK AT STATE COLLEGEI ( (Continued from Page 1) J cago-show, the Shorthorn sale on Wed nesday and a number of organization meetings, . The Bozeman chamber of commerce is cooperating with the college in every possible way and in this nection a letter being sent by A. Berthot, chairman of the Farmers' Week committee to local business men should prove of interest. The letter follows: To the business men: January 10 to 15 will be Farmers' Week in Bozeman. This is a big an nual event. There will be farmers here from all over Montana, and a large number from Gallatin county. 1 The following state organizations i will meet her at this time: j Farm bureau, County agents, Home demonstration agents, Boys vocation al congress, Holstein* Friesian associ ation, Agricultural editors, Shorthorn Breeders association. Seed Growers as sociation. j This will be a splendid opportunity 7ior us to show our hospitality, and i to get in contact with the farmer. The meeting is under the auspices of lUhe agricultural college. The main resource of Bozemkn The main asset within the city is the * college. Here is what we want you ST"* to do: < con-jvertising space, announcing the G.jand extending a welcome to the farm ers 1. Insert a line or two in your ad event j 2- Put a special display in your A ; window, and invite the farmers to your place of business. 3. The chamber of commerce will < furnish you with appropriate welcom ing cards for your windows. 4. We enclose program of the event, Look it over and try to attend some of the sessions. 5. Make it a point to invite some farmer who is a personal friend "of yours to luncheon for one day. Let ug show (he farmer that we know he is here, and that we are glad to * have him. He needs encouragement. 6. There are other things that you . _ will think of not mentioned Let v£ ' 4 all put forth our efforts V* make this a successful meeting. < Yours very truly, A. E. Berthot, Chairman, Farmers' Week Committee.