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high NOTES ^ Several copies of "The Signal But- | te' ' were received from the Custer i County High School. The paper, which is edited once a month by the Miles City High School, has already become quite popular with the students here. Pamphlets have been ordered on the geology of the Bad Lands. Another new pupil, Miss Yale, is expected soon and her enrollment will bring the registration up to 101 . A German dictionary of synonyms has been ordered for the German classes. Remember the football game withjat Miles City on Nov. 15. Everybody ! turn out and yell for the home team and help them to win. The repairs on the building made necessary by the leak in the water ! pipes have been completed. Plans for a school orchestra have been completed and music has arrived. Mrs. William Fortune, of River Falls, Wisconsin, was a visitor at the school this week. all The debate, "Resolved; That Wo- j man Suffrage should be adopted in the j United Stativs," which was held Fri-1 day was won by the affirmative with | a vote of 37 to 36. The affirmative was supported by Florence Kitchem, Alice McCone, and Ida Waggoner, and the negative by Page, Eizenbart, and Larimer. Many good arguments were brought up by the affirmative and were delivered in an eloquent manner. Much humor was introduc- j ed, particularly by the boys. : f Miss Edith Anderson has registered j for work in stenography and type- ; writing; and Miss Josephine Fowler for work in penmanship. The Misses Dorthy Ayres and . Ar villa Dingman, Dickinson High School ; vUUojc* ut ihxa eahnal j Friday. - il A letter was received ' by Miss : Schnare from. Leonard and Phillips, I i > at Ann Arbor. Michigan, and was ai Ann Aru , , ! circulated by her among the other j s students. They also sent a P os t er j which has since been an object of j much attention here. It was direct ed against the Freshmen of the Uni versity of Michigan and fits Fresh men in other places, as well. The class standings for the month of October are as follows*. of October are as follows*. Senior—Lillian Guy - 97.5 Norris Rainey' - 97.2 • Janet Donaldson - 96.0 Junior • Maude Reeves - 98.8 Esther Fleming - 95.7 Jessie Johnson - 93.6 Sophomore—Jessie Ennis * 98.3 Grace Barnett - 97.8 Hazel Sigglekow - 95.8 Freshman— Rosa Wyman - 92.0 Adele Berg - 91.0 Edna Freeman - 90-6 New drawing tables and paper for the art classes arrived during the past week. Anyone wishing to know how sodi urn acts when placed in water might ask Dougherty. He knows from ex perience. He used too large an am cunt in a chemistry experiment and as a result many of those working near him were given a wetting. The ladies who attended the debate Friday afternoon also visited the typewriting class and were much in terested at the sight of all the ma chines going full blast. Typewriting for week ending October 31, 1913. Seniors Julia Burdick, Budget 34 Aurilla Drummond, Office practice Lilian Guy, Budget B and Office Practice Hettie Hatton, Nothing completed, Mary Kennedy, Lavina Ketchem Budget 36 and Office Practice. Agnes LeMoyne Budget 34 Juniors—Division 1 (Beginning) Grace Bean, Nothing completed Beatrice Fortner, Budgets 3, 4, 5 Ruby Harpster, Thiu Ex. 5, p. 16 Iva Hoffman, Thru Ex. 6, p. 18 Katie Palmer, Thru Ex. 4, p. 15 1 | Maude Reeves, i Division 2— Budgets 7,- 8 , 9 Budgets 7 and 9 " 20,21, 22, 24 " 6 " 4 " 24, 25 Nothing completed Cordia Chaney, Agnes Kinney, Ruth Lunsford, Alice McCone, Pearl Murphy, Edna Schnare, Consuela Reynolds, " John Schwanke, " " Hedwig Swanson, " " Norris Rainey, '14 Ladies Attention The Ladies of the W. C. T. U. are requested to meet with the Ladies Aid withjat the 'Methodist Episcopal Church ! parlors, on next Wednesday afternoon ! Mrs. Mary W. Alderson of Marys ville, Mont., the newly elected state president of the W. C. T. U. will make an address, She wishes to meet all the ladies of Glendive. ForSale Hotel furnishings in a 10-room ho tel for sale, good business, cheap rent, vegetables for winter, steam heat. Must be sold at once or will j exchange for stock or horses and j harness or anything that owner can use. For full particulars call or ad | dress The Monitor. 38tf The Religous Census. The religious census will be taken on Wednesday. November 12th. between the hour of 1:00 and 6:00 p. m. The workers are asked to meet at the Congregational church at 1 p.m. sharp j rece i ve instruction and assignment : f or duty. The groups working in the j several districts will be under the ; supervision respectively of the pastors uniting in the census, The people of Glendive are asked to lend their co-operation toward making ; the census as complete as possible by j doinfiT th* fnlWi*«r thîn«« • il- By staying at home on the after : noon "f Wednesday, Nov. 12, till the I census takers call. > 2 . Bv giving the enumerators the ** ", * . ... ! disired information as quickly as pos j s jble, so that they be not needlessly er j delayed. of j 3 . By extending to the enumerators the courtesy which workers in a good cause are entitled to. 4 . By giving their names to the one of the pastors if any who have not yet been enrolled as enumerators are 5 Montana Statesmen Submit Bill To Improve Public Roads. Washington, November 4, 1913.— On October 27th there was introduced simultaneously in the Senate and House by Senator Myers and Congress man Evans, respectively, a bill to grant to the States of Arizona, Col orado, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming each 250, 000 acres of unreserved, nonmineral, surveyed public land for the construc tion, repair and maintenace of public roads. Before the measure was intro duced Senator Myers and Congressman Evans discussed the matter thoroughly and agreed upon concerted action. Senator Myers expressed the belief that this bill will become a law, and 1 says;"I am heartily in favor of it be cause it is particularly adaptable to the West. It will enable the Rocky Moun tain States to build good roads to bet ter advantage than they could otherwise and if this bill should pass it would be largely in the nature of an experiment. I believe the result would be so satis factory that it would be followed by other legislation on the subject." This bill occupied a strategic posi tion ' 'says Congressman Evans. "It has the approval of the Interior Depart men, and with Senator Myers as Chair man of the Public Lands Committee of the Senate, and Congressman Stout holding a positon on the Public Lands Committee of the House, I am confi dent that it will become a law in the near future. This experiment will con vince Congress that it is just as consis tent and just as necessary to national progress and development to construct and maintain good roads as it is to im prove rivers and harbors, preserve forests, prevent floods, build canal«, and undertake other improvements of a like character." Notice For Publication Coal land, Election filed Serial 07735 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, November 4, 1913. NOTICE is hereby given that Leslie A. Holmes of Lindsay, Mont., who, on March 29, 1910 made homestead entry, no. 07735 for Lot 1, Section 2, Tov/nship 16 N., Range 57 e., M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of in tention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. A. Sample, U. S. Commissioner, at Glendive, Mon tana on the 26th day of December, 1913, Claimant names as witnesses:Fred Wasmer, Clark Rader, E. C Gavin, Robert R. Golden, all of Lindsay, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register First publication Nov. 6th Notice For Publication Coal land, Election filed Serial 07697 Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Miles City, Montana, November 4, 1913. Notice is hereby given that Orion E. Steinman of Union, Mont., who, on March 28, 1910 made homestead entry no. 07697 for s|ne|. s^nwL Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, Section 4, Township 15 N., Range 51 E., M. P. Meridian has filed notice of intention to make three year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. A. Sample, U. S. Commissioner, Glendive, Montana, on the 24th day of December, 1913. Claimant names as witnesses: C. C. Bryan, Thos. S. Pierce, John Pav licek, Frank Tin key, all of Union, Montana. A. KIRCHER, Register First publication Nov. 6th. I to by LOST One bay and one gray mare branded f*" on left shoulder, with colts un 10 branded. Will pay $25 for recovery. Joseph Reimann, 2t36p Horse Creek, Montana D. L. FOSTER Post-office address Glendive. Mont. Ran^e on Cedar ; creek. Cattle brand on left i ribs Same brand on ripcht thigh for horses. ILssert Peterson CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS Jobbing a specialty All work guaranteed Call at Midland Coal & Lumber Office or address ESSERT & PETERSON Glendive, Montana r: -. Every typeface strikes the exact printing center everytime L. C. Smith & Bros. Ball Bearing, Long Wearing Typewriter Ball Bearings give minimum operating effort Think of everything that is modem and useful in typewriter construction—then add twenty to thirty per cent, for increased efficiency due to ball bearings —that's The L C. Smith & Bros. Typewriter It's compact, complete, easy to operate, durable and proof against inexperience and carelessness. Ball Bearings permit closer adjustments without bind ing than any other form of bearing. Expressed in human effort, this means that the operator can do more work —better work, with the least physical and mental strain. Mail this Coupon checking thé kind oi work you huve to d o: ___ Gentlemen I am interested in a Typewriter for □ General Correspondence □ Card Writing □ Billing □ Tabulating □ Labe! Writing Name Address To L C SMITH i BROS. TYPEWRITER COMPANY Bone Mite ad factory at Syracuse. N. t 420 Second' *ve., S., Minneapolis, Minn. «203 N. 28th St, Billings, Mont StocR Sale At our ranch, 11 miles Southwest of Glendive Wednesday, Nov. 19t h The following described live stock: One gray imported Percheron stallion. Thirty-five head of horses, including brood mares in foal and work horses; also young animals, mostly one and two years old and colts. Forty head of cattle, including milch cows and stock cattle of all ages from one to eight years. Six head of hogs, about six months old. One hundred fifty Rhode Island Red chickens. Sale Starts Promptly at 10 a. m. Terms—AH sums $lO and under cash. On amounts over $lO time will be I given on bankable paper. SÄ " 0FTEDAL BROS. ; i Now is the time to bring in your plow work. We make any kind of plow lays to fit any kind of plow. C. S. Johnston. 8 tf "Rooms For Rent" cards ^or at the Monitor Office. sale He leaves home a boy—he comes back a man. Have a good photograph made of him before he goes out into the big world —before the boyish features and expression have taken on the older impress. Don't trust to memory to recall them. Memory plays queer tricks on us all. Make a date with your pho tographer to-day and spare yourself the regrets of to-mor row. jR. Wing is the photographer in &lentlive * O o 2c I ^ Low Excursion Fares East For HOME VISITORS November 22—December 4, 11, 20, 1913 Round-trip Fares from Glendive To To Cedar Rapids, Iowa $43.40 Minneapolis, Minn. $32.90 ■ Des Moines, Iowa 41.00 St. Paul, Minn. 33.40 Dubuque, Iowa 43.30 Milwaukee, Wis. 46.40 Kansas City, Mo. 45.00 Superior, Wis. 33.40 St. Louis, Mo. 56.00 Chicago, 111. 49.40 St. Joseph, Mo. 43.40 Peoria, 111. 49.90 Omaha, Nebraska 37.90 Memphis, Tenn. 64.85 I Duluth, Minnesota 33.40 Porportionately low fares to other points in states named. Going limit ten days from date of sale, final return limit * March 1, 1914. Stop-overs al lowed in either direction within transit limit. Spend the holidays at the old home. To assure yourself of the maximum of comfort in traveling, get your ticket over the route of the "Great Big Baked Potato"; the line with the din ing car service that is famous far and wide- Three fast through trains daily to the "Twin City" and "Head of the Lakes" Gateways, one daily to Kansas City and St. Louis. Detailed information furnished by addressing or calling on W. J. BUCHNER, Local Agent Glendive, Montana THE PIONEER UNE Northern Pacific Railway « A. M. CLELAND, Gen. Pass'r Aft., St. Paul, Minn.