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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - January 17, 1926, Anaconda, Montana The Anaconda by and Ard. Butoy january 17, 1938 build your child us Khi a solid foundation most of the ills that flesh is heir to Rome from weakened constitutions fostered by Damp footwear. Keep your feet warm and dry. Send us your old shoes. Well make them Strong and weatherproof at moderate Cost. The shoe thorium a Leys sales Are Ahvay genuine Art room Sale to reduce Stock before inventory and to make room for Spring goods we will place our Art room novelties on Sale at greatly reduced prices for a few Days Only. Highly desirable articles suitable for gifts Home Deco ration and card Prises at bargain figures. Of itch our ads la atch our of windows Leys jeweler 20 North main Street Butte notes rent piano mom orlon. Or. C. E. Emory a resumed practice at 324 Rialto. 8. M. Lancelot of Missoula is among the recent arrivals at the Butte. E. J. Taubman of Alberton is among the montanans registered at the Butte. Or. And mrs. Victor Lavigne of Anaconda Are registered at Tho grand. Or. And mrs. E. Morrison and Verl Morrison of Dillon Are stopping at the grand. Or. And mrs. Bay of Dillon spent yesterday in the City. They were guests of the Butte. P. J. Carragher of Harlowton is a Bitor in Butte. He is a guest at the Arizona. James b. O Flynn of great Falls i among the montanans registered at the grand. S. P. Nelson of Jackson is Here transacting business. He is stopping at the grand. T. H. Menke of Dillon is Here attending to business affairs. He is a guest at the grand. Mrs. L. Try Pilligor of Livingston is a guest of the Arizona while in the City. John r. Mahon of Deer Lodge is among the recent arrivals at the grand. Howard Johnson county attorney of Jefferson county was a business visitor yesterday from Boulder. Special notice if Carrier Falls to deliver the Standard to you by 7 30, phone 422 butt office or 47 Anaconda office and paper will be delivered to you at once by special messenger. Used furniture refinished dressers. $35.00 do Chiffo Niers. Do a is a $35.00 to Davenport. A out a $5.00 Tozy a us Rocker. $15.00 to a do chairs. Or a $$.50 brass Beds. £7 p a $25.00 i you steel Beds. Wop a $9.50 to .$o�0u Springs. He a $10.00 to. Lou Extension tables. Hey a $25.00 to of Kitchen pro tables. O�0u cupboards. Araa $8 50 Kitchen cabinets. Hen aft $35.00 to.$1��uu All used furniture guaranteed. Terms. Or. Cole dentist. Metals. New books papers from everywhere today at p. O. News. Or. Kirby dentist Hennessy bldg. On evenings. 7 to 3.�?adv. John badly and j. M. Mcgough of Whitehall Are registered at the Arizona. Or. And mrs Bart Hungate of Lima Are visitors in Butte. They Are at the grand. E. P. Stuart and family of Livingston Are registered at the grand. Or. And mrs. Harry Ross of Tost on Are among the recent arrivals at the Arizona. Or. And mrs. J. E Pierce of Dillon Are guests at the Thornton while in the City. Frances Rosengren of Choteau is a visitor in the City. She is a guest at the Thornton. Mrs. Bruce Fawcett of Roundup is staying at the Thornton while on a shopping tour. H. Berg of Dillon is Here transacting Busine. He is staying at the new Finlen. C. 8. Newman of great Falls is a business visitor in the City. He is stopping at the new Finlen. Mrs. 8. A. Keller of Dillon is at the Butte while visiting friends. Or. And mrs a. Mcallister of by Lings Are guests at the new Finlen to Hunter and George fowl or. Of White Sulphur Springs Are at the now Finlen. Mrs. B. Carmondy of Missoula is Here for a Brief visit. She is staving at the Butte. Jay a. Garvin and o. G. Warren Are among the great Falls resident at the Arizona. Or. And mrs. C. If. Williams of Deer Lodge Are among the recent arrivals at the new Finlen. Or and mrs. Lester Howard of Norris arc at the Butte while on a shopping tour. A new office Ftp is Imoto learn at meeting friends Butte Auto show general superintendent e. R. Lots of new things about a to a by ret the automobile to be re Iii take vacation. Sealed at gardens. E r. Bumm Elthe newly appointed Genera superintendent of the Milwaukee railway a aet of Avery who a Frd a night a but Quot Riding himself with or the. A 1 in a Llna to ton. ,1,7.f n,7a�?t superintendent a Hartest Ukele Tor 30 Vearo. Kee ii fax a rdc Erk a Milkau Iha. Us next position was St my or pm opera or and sin finn jr0m he potion of 1. Non agent he was adv need to the Post of train dispatcher. Wide. Of a per peace in the handling of trains he was Given the Post of chief clerk to the division superintendent. Having mastered the work of this chief clerk he was Given further experience a train a Zhizhi Ltd Quot is tent to a he division superintendent a a was next advanced City Iowa at Sioux in Hummell was transferred to a superintendency of he Avery via Spokane division of the Milwaukee la months ago. A a a Rel superintendent has worked in All the Large railway terminal and has seen service on several a Lvi on of the Milwaukee Road the in pulse Ullh Hii a a Quot ocl Atee in the railway work and to credited by it wih he a a Ike Roughia in 5 a no competent official. Elf. Barrett assistant to the Gen a Rai manager. Who previous to the the it off a of Quot funeral superintendent a charged with the Tail or Rel Tendon to the Many details of railway operation Wilt Short va0ill"n trip in Call j rom la. It was stated at the Milwaukee yesterday. Vice president h. La. Earling is authority for the saw ement that under new arrangement or. Barrett will have More time to devote to special matters for which his Long Railroad experience has specially fitted j. Of Dies it Nome Iii Suttle i p Gartrell formerly of Butte died Jan. 13 in Seattle according to word received yesterday he Jeff Butte several years ago. Or. Gart Rell was widely known in the City to it ,fp0.nt the Treater part of leaves i wife and Nix children his Mother. Mrs. Edwin Gartrell of Butte three Brothers r rank Edwin and Richard a sister. Mrs. Sarah Handow. And his father in Law and Mother in Law or. And or. J. Moola of Butte. Collins funeral. Funeral services for mrs. Caroline h. Collins were Hadd yesterday afternoon from the family Home 1215 West Quartz met the Rev. C. L Clifford officiating. Interment was in mount Moriah cemetery. Serving As pallbearer were George Sennett. Hugh Johnston Wilbur Vivian or Frank Hill Thomas Carney and Malcolm Gillis. O Connell sir Vicks. The funeral of Cornelius o Connell a held yesterday morning from his Nome. 412 hamper Avenue proceeding to sacred heart Church where requiem High mass a Sung by the Rev Edmund Taylor the pallbearers were j. D. Mcdonald. If. A. Burk. T. J. Manley d. Mcmahon. Ii. Umlang and j. Simeon. Interment was in St Patrick cemetery with the Rev. W. I. Joyce officiating at the grave. Mrs Ryan buried. Funeral services for or. Mary Ryan were held yesterday morning from the family Home proceeding to Quot a. A it a Church where the Rev. M o Malley said a. Mrs Ryan was one of Montana s first War Mother to lose a son at the front and Pecini services were held by the Silver Bow chapter of War mothers. The pall syst Rte a re John Seeley. Charles Koltl la Varv Timothy Cohan. Michael Sullivan and James Gallagher interment was in holy Cros cemetery with the Rev. A j. Hannan of nesting at the grave. A 4td�nftubc Stowe since 9 4 Bill Harris deserts i fishing Fob painting it a far cry from the gently rolling Waters of Madison Lake to an Arizona a tree paint shop but the transition his been accomplished by William Harris Eon of Jake Harr s of 733 East Mercury Street and widely known proprietor of the Harris inn at the Lake for a number of years William Harris bae been at the Lake spending Only the period of ice covering at his Butte borne. Here Tim became known to the hundreds of Angler who yearly resort to Lake fishing on the Madison. This year Bill deter Ned to Start in business for himself and being a Painter of no mean accomplishments he has opened a shop at 228 South Arizona Street where he is specializing in the finer Points of the Auto painting indu by. Despite the work i Haj al>mdyi4 be birr to pile up on him Bill insist that there still May be found time for getting some of i the big beauties out of the Lake. John mtg Reh funeral the funeral of John Moree was held yesterday morning from the of. Or on Thomas met Ore .>33 North main Street proceeding to j i acred heart Church where requiem. Mass was said by the Rev. John j i o Kennedy. The a red heart choir Sang Quot some Sweet after the services. Many Flowers covered the i Eagle it and Tho Church a filled with freads of the departed Man. 8�rv-l,n5 Asp a bearers were Clarence co Brien Thomas Brett. I Atrick of Leary Patrick or. Innis James o Donnell. Interment was in holy Cross cemetery. John Massa. John Massa a hurled yesterday morning from Tho family Horn. 130 in Avenue Mederville proceeding. To 8t. Helena s Church where Mas a raid and thence to the holy pm cemetery where interment took place at the recessional the Church choir i Sang nearer my god to the i pallbearer were John Motte. Paul Besant. Ramlot or. Martinette John i Brut coma and Antonio Corgi it new Parish House is plan of ladies a Benefit de Nee will b Given at the Winter Garden monday Jan. I a by the ladies welfare Council of by Joseph s Parish to fund for the budding of a new Parish House. The dance is under the exclusive control of the Council and All funds will be for the building fund. The Winter Garden orc he a and entertainer 8 a a a longed for the evening. Arl Lunn to speak. Carl ii. Lunn of los Angeles will be the speaker at the season of the school for constructive thinking at the Leonard Hall tonight at g of clock. Or. Limn topic will be Why cooperative Baler discussion will follow the address. A who Dree and he few left who merely Dodge can or ret with common interest and without bloodshed St co Lumbia gardens i b. 4 to 9, inclusive. Quot Hen Butte s Aufu a How and Allied Trade exhibit will celebrate its fifth Milestone. W Tim fifth annual show which will open it doors to the Public at ? Oclock on the evening of thursday. In. 4, Promisee to be the Argent and handsomest of a Long line of Aguece Orul display it will preset to the motoring Public Complete Lim of new models from ail the Standard motor car Plante of the United Rimes some change in car design and mechanical practice and numerous ideas in to proved accessories. To a cars exhibited will deserve it. High. Medium or Low in Price there will by worthy representatives of an Industry thai last year built approximately 4,000.coe vehicles having a value in excess of with another ll.ooo.-000.000 added to cover the value of parts and accessories exclusive of tits the 1928 display will disclose some constructors features that Are new or that sri the la a St adaptions in tended to add either to the Comfort of motoring or to the life of the car. The March of the cloned body appears inevitable and inexorable and there win be shown Many groups of sedans Coupe Umo thine und coaches. Although it has still a Long Way to go to a qual the a was that w is the open car s at the height of its popularity the clo cd Type in the last 12 Ntontos a advanced to a position of unquestioned numerical supremacy. Going from about 44 per cent of the total output of 1924 to approximately �5 pc cent of the 1s2t� production. Predictions Are made that Cir for the current year will Blaze with brighter Hue based on the fact that the european manufacturers have tended to adopt the bizarre colors and combinations two tone effects Are popular and for those we of pfc for the quieter shades there win be dark blues greens and red with plenty of Blacks. Not in evidence. The eccentric models the Quot show cars of previous years in which the designer managed to install practically every household Mcce Sory even a a Range were not in evidence at the. New York Auto show this year the More recent efforts of both engine ring and manufacturing authorities tending toward increase i Comfort safety and Beauty of line. Interior fittings Are More luxurious than Over especially in the higher priced models. Deep Wifod upholstery card vanity and smoking Rasey of Sterling Dover and rare Woods some inlaid with Ivory and Mother of Pearl feature the morn Nim pm Nous interiors. Of the car is open it is possibly it roadster for two with a rumble behind of Hunting two More a Nesenger. There is also the sporty development of the touring car for four or five pablum Gars with rakish by tilted staring wheel one piece wind Bield gleaming Nickel and Mart body appointments. No longer need the sudden Thunder Shower worry the occupants of the open car. In half a minute they in to enclosed to withstand the most driving rain Home have curtain that pull Down Uke window Shad in while another development in the single piece curtain which slide from the rear of the body to Windshield in a single motion. While the Nal attraction of the butt Auto show will Ile of course in the car them gives and in the Lafewt feature in part and acc Aorl. Music entertainment and dancing will also be afforded each evening. Butte Buen club elects new officers at the annual election of the officers of the Rocky Mountain Garden club at u meeting held Friday afternoon at the chamber of Commerce the following were chosen or. T. A. Carney re elected for the third year ii president first vice president mrs James Brown second vice president mrs. Fred Chapman recording Secretary mrs. Bort Gobelin correspond Lim Secretary mrs Robert of. Kohler treasurer mrs. Robert White. Mrs. Carney s election members of the club a lated was in recognition of her untiring Effort to promote the interest of Butte in the matter of pie it culture and because of her ability a an executive officer. Dupont product to be handled by Guay automobile owners will be interested in the announcement made by Louie Guay of Leeado amp Guay Well known automobile painters and finishers that he has Ben appointed by the do font com jut by As agent for Puey Jacque finish. Or. Quay As Well As others connected with the automobile business in Butte la quite pleased wih the increased activity Cong Equi t on the splendid run of Fine weather and he has made extensive improvements and alterations in j i spacious premises to Aco Ommo a Date increased business. Hack from California. A m. F. La Eiliv Montana manager i v lankers life insurance company a just returned from a three weeks v Ait to California where to attended the conversion of ail Northwestern agents of Tho company. A the fog Over there would stifle a Man Quot said or. La it lie and i a sure glad to get Back to the mountains and Good old butt i met quite a lot of j Button Lane and i know that most of hem were languishing for a look at the Highland a a a a a room robbed. J. H. Jon of the Elwood Block reported to police yesterday that he Lent a Gold watch when his room a robbed. A. Charges neglect. Charles Baw a wag charged w Ith failure to provide yesterday in Justley Mcnamara court Gay mrs. Alvaha Wava Panama hotel Utah Avenue. Pm now at the. Rialto in what i claim to be the finest comedy i have Ever made done to miss it Charlie Chaplin too big to miss in to Rig reels two years Iii the making a comedy dramatic classic of Lite Gold Days Iii Alaska Gold Rush showing at la a. Rn., i 3, 5, 7 and 9 p. In. Prices adults matinee and evening .50� children anytime .26c luring the year "�1926 this paper will publish a eerie of cartoons by hurry c. Atkins Butte cartoonist i Tolrude id Kaneo portraying child life from birth. These cartoons will be entertaining a Well instructive and from time to urn Wilt m,., Euler mining a Wen Rutlt to her arg Mthr is Dern oilseed Why oratories claim that sky three <�3> per cent of american children Ara in l4mn,7romyfjfef a it Gay la the world Kap a it these cartoons and Sec How much you can who to Quot a it a a

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