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Billings Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1924, Billings, Montana Sunday february 10, 1924. The Iii legs Gazette Page three p Glen Observance planned by f lutherans. Lutheran ministers of Southern Mon Tana of four organizations of the lutheran Faith will assemble in Billings february 25-28 for a pre lenten re treat and it is expected that 20 Pas tors will attend the meetings. The norwegian lutheran Church the United lutheran Church and the Iowa Synod have churches in Billings and the Ohio Synod has churches in the Yellowstone Valley. Morning and afternoon sessions will he held which will be for pastors Only but evening meetings which will begin at 8 o clock will be open to the he. The Rev. John r. Bacher of the first English lutheran Church is chair Man of the committee in charge of the Retreat. Meetings will be held at the three i. Billings lutheran churches according to the program which follows monday february 25. St. John s lutheran communion service by pastor f. T. Schmidt tuesday february 26, first English lutheran Church devotional service a. Meditation by pastor b. j. Alstad. Organization and business cession. Agenda permanent Organiza Tion laymen s auxiliary organizations 2 a m., exegetical paper on Isaiah 52 by pastor George c. Koehler discussion led by pastor n. J. Holm. P. M., Public service Sermon by pastor a. Holbeck. A i so i t Bizet and Cadman composers studied in music contest Lodge feb. In the music memory contest which is being lipid in the red Lodge Public schools the students will study com positions of bisect and Cadman this week. The which will be used Are As follows Toreador song. Georges Bizet 183s-1s75 French. Victor ,55068 16521 Edison s20go Columbia 499gs, a5777. Bizet was a native of Paris the talents of this French composer Are shown by his remarkable Lyric gifts has ability to write Short and finished num Bers full of exquisite Beauty and convincing style at the came time handling dramatic scenes with Freedom Carmen his masterpiece and is among the three or four most popular operas it was first produced three or four months before the composer s death and it 56 bought that his death was hastened by the hostile reception Given the work notwithstanding its Early Disfavour however Carmen has won a lasting favor through its supreme merits. The Toreador song occurs in the Sec Ond act of the opera when Carmen the trouble Mairig Gypsy Girt and her by Fly friends Are seen singing and dancing. Escamillo. The Toreador outer and gives in this song an account of a Bull fight laying special stress upon the part he plays in it. The song has a Catchy Melody and a big martial swing. As the Toreador sings he struts with a staggering gait across the stage. This song is one of the Best known numbers of the opera. From the land of the sky water Charles Wakefield Cadman 181, Ameri can Victor. 64516. 64190. 45184 Edison s2174 Columbia 30486, a2625. Cadman was born in Johnstown wednesday february 27, St. Paulus and become a very popular lutheran Church devotional service a. Meditation by pastor Wil Liam Madsen business session paper the lutheran Church and by pastor j. R. Bacher discussion 2 p. M., paper on the devotional aspects of Lent based on Isaiah by pastor 0. K. Davidson discussion led by pastor t. S. Stockdal p. M., Public service German Sermon by Pas Tor c. Laemmle English Sermonetti by pastor k. J. Arne. Thursday february 28, St. John s lutheran service a. Meditation by pastor a. Grav Dahl business session 2 p. M., paper to w n Elk by composer through his Clever arrange ments of american Indian themes. 1-je is one of a group who have sought to build a school of american music through the use of native Tolk Eong and legends As a basis for their com positions. From the land of the sky Blui one of his most Popula numbers. It tells of the vain Effort of an Indian Brave to woo a captive maid who is homesick for her own people. When hidden in the Forest a Dawn he plays his love serenade on i Indian flute. The Lover s flute in the introduction Trilling his love Call claim hog purchasers use worthless feb. The preliminary hearing of f. H. And c. A. Of Forsyth tub held in District court judge. R. C. Stong presiding. These two men Are charged with obtain ing Money under false pretences. Both wills of and Bondo Ivi. W lib i w Ledux i at each. Neither was Able to make bred Many noted Montana Colts. Bond in jail for trial in the District court. March third. On the practical aspects of Lent by 1 then he sings slow sustained Melody pastor s. Dale discussion led by Pas Tor c. Laemmle p. A. Public serv j Ler. Ice Sermon by pastor George c. Koel City briefs c. T. Barnard of Worden is among the out of town business visitors at the Acme for a few Days. 1 or. And mrs. J. T. Welton of Custer married in Billings Friday Are Stop Ping at the Acme for a few Days on r Brief honeymoon before leaving for their Home in Custer. Mrs. Herman sell and Edward sell of Absarokee Are guests at the Acme this week end in Billings shop almost melancholy in its vain Hope for tiie return of his love. It is written with the Indian scale of five tones As its foundation and the Indian Melody is repeated again and again. Cradle song. Johannes Brahms 1833 German Victor 18664, 171s1, i Columbia. A3 120, 79114. 1 Brahms made his first appearance As a pianist at the age of 14. It was riot however until some years later that he successful As a composer after he had spent some years in farther study. Among some of his most Beautiful compositions Are his songs of which the Cradle song is one of the Best known. In this song Brahms has departed from his usual difficult style unit ing and has produced a simple Lullaby based upon an old Folk tune. Wibaux feb. Pioneer rancher and Stockman is dead at his Home Here at the age of 76. He came to Montana in 1884 from Kentucky where he had been connected with the olympic Iron company in which he still had holdings. From the Start he was a successful Stockman and. Horse breeder an4 the a a bar ranch was one of the largest and Best equipped in Eastern Montana when the big Range was Cut up by homesteaders he refused a Chance to dispose of his Mand holdings at a Good figure and was later hard hit by the slump in land values after the. War. Or. Wills was widely known through out the state while making the various fairs and racing meets with a string of horses. He was a Raiser of Standard tired Stock and some of his Coits be came the biggest winners in Montana. Mok Akola who died last year at Glen live the property of judge land was perhaps the most famous. Or. Wills was a Veteran of the civil on the Union Side although living in a Border state. His wife to whom he was married More than 50 years died last. Year. Five daughters and a son s. J. Wills of Billings survive. Desire new location of powder River Span Miles City feb. The voting of for Sale of Bridge Bonds for the rebuilding of a Bridge across the powder River which was washed Ott by the. Floods of last fall near Mizpah. Petitions Are now being circulated by w. J. Bradshaw rancher residing near Knowlton to have the new Bridge located near the Mouth of locate Creek if it in found. To be feasible by the. Board of county com missioners instead of at. The old Loca Tion three Miles East of the Miz Pati Post office. Tho. Commissioners Are also being asked to build the Bridge Down the River from the old site at a. Point Mouth of sheep both in21 stances it is pointed out that the old site was selected to serve the people residing in Ekalaka and Vicinity when that territory was a part of county and would serve the people of this county so Well As in either of the new locations now desired. Next term being set for it a claimed that the bought a Carload of hogs from Farmers in the Vicinity of Hardin giving their checks in payment for the hogs. Tho checks were drawn on a Minnesota Bank it is claimed and returned unpaid. These checks amount to approximately it is similar methods were also practice near Hysham. Wedding. Edgar. Feb. Has been received Here of a double wedding at Dickinson n. D., in which two Brothers John and Adam Wetstein. Farmers were the Bride grooms. Miss Catherine Messer is the Bride of the former and miss their Home in Edgar after february 15. The ceremony waa performed Fitt St. Joseph s Catholic Church at Dick Inson Rev. George Aberle. Warm Days at Melstone. Melstone feb. Warm Spring like Days recently have removed every vestige of Snow Here helped by an All Day rain. Nearly All the Frost is out of the ground and the grass appears Green. Venturesome flies and mosquitoes Are making their appear ape. Butterflies and caterpillars have been reported and the boys Are playing marbles arid the girls jumping ropes Gold in Duck s Craw arouse prospectors examined by a jeweler declared to be county commissioner Walter k. Stebbins 6t Garfield county residing1 near Jordan the county seat is. Wondering where one of his ducks which he recently killed for the table picked up the Metal. Attracted by the unusual Flitter of the Metal Asne was cleaning the fowl he determined to As certain if it was real. He is now keep ing careful watch upon his flock to find out their favorite haunts Wim Ine Hope he will be Able to discover a Cache of Gold. That Gold is to be found in the Sands of the streams of Southeastern Montana is the opinion held by a. Number of ranchers residing in the Vicinity of the creeks and Rivers. The experience of or. Stebbins is attracting considerable attention in this Section of the state and it is understood a number of ranchers residing in the Vicinity of the numerous streams Are keeping watch on the meanderings of their flocks of both chickens and ducks. Roads Are impassable in Melstone Section Melstone. Feb Ripley stage Driver Between Melstone and Mosby reports roads along his route in almost bottomless condition. In places the Gumbo is Hub deep. Travel with autos is out of the question and even horses and wagons find going difficult. The last trip to Mosby was made with pack horses As the Road is dangerous because of the soft ice on the River Over which water is flowing. Hardin grows Beans Hardin feb. An East Ern seed House has just signed a con tract the growing near Hardin of a Field of Beans for. Seed purposes. During the last two or three years the growing of seed crops for Eastern seed markets has been very successful and the returns have been very satisfactory. During the last season the Alfalfa seed crop was one of the most profit Able crops for the dry land Farmer. It is estimated that eight to 10 cars of Alfalfa need valued at approximately was threshed last the demand for the Montana grown seed is increase Rig each year. Few comi ties of the state have produced the quantities of Alfalfa seed As grown in big Horn county and it is expected that the growing of Beans for seed will soon equal if not surpass that of Alfalfa. Choice seed Beans can be grown in the dry land District As Well As on irrigated lands. I May s Fiance is supposed to be a dreadfully bad i wondered Why she did t to drop bulletin. Too much uric acid let us Send you the Williams treatment free 85 cent bottle 32 doses just because you Start the Day too tired to get arms and legs stiff sore with burning aching Back and Dull out before the Day not think you have to stay in such condition. Rheumatism kidney and bladder troubles and All ailments caused by excessive acidity make one miserable. Be Strong and Well. Get rid of the rheumatic pains stiff joints sore Muscles acid stomach kidney bladder troubles so often caused by body made acids. If you have been Ailin for a. Long time taking All sorts of medicines with out Benefit let the Williams treatment prove to you what great Relief it gives in the most stubborn cases. Hundreds of thousands have used it. Established 31 if your sleep is broken by an irritated bladder that wakes you up every few hours you will appreciate the rest and Comfort you get bottle 32 to prove the Williams treatment conquers kidney and bladder diseases rheumatism and All other ailments when due to excessive uric acid no matter How chronic or stubborn we will give one 85c bottle 32 doses free if you will Send this notice. Please Send 10 cents to help pay postage packing etc., to the or. A. Wil Liams company dept. Ca-191, p. O. Building East Hampton Conn. Send at once and you will receive by parcel Post a regular 85c bottle without charge and without incurring any obligation. Only one bottle to the same address or family. Nothing sent a. O. I in. Kena Lipe and Mabel Arnegard of Custer Are stopping at the Acme for n few Days while in the City visiting friends and 3 i. Lucy c. Culver of Heleria is a guest at the Northern this week while in the City transacting business i rs. Lodge-.15. Aii Ong put of Tori to guess 9 Ter cd in the Northern who rare in looking after business interests and visiting friends. Has an unusual rocking uneven rhythm against which the Ody sings. O la cd lungs o Eccl pc school receive As their i of the received this Veek from the state treasurer miss Sylvia . Pyke of Cutie is among the Billings business visitors at the North Ern for a few Days. J. A. Newton of Joliet is stopping at tie Northern this theek while in Bil Lings making a Short business visit. H. Jis Awtell is looking after in Billings Over the week end a guest at the Northern. S. S. Gold of Belton is a guest at the Northern for a few Days while in Billings caring for business matters. Leonard Young of Helena is among the out of town business visitors registered at the Northern this week. A. E. Holt of Miles City is Trana Watts Founty said saturday upon completion of the apportionment of the fund to Yellowstone county schools. The Billings District received the highest amount of any District. The total was divided in proportion to the number of pupils in each Dis. Strict. Each of the pupils of the county being allotted the Laurel District which is no. 7. Will receive District no. 25 on the Huntley project. Cus Ter District elder Grove District no. 8. The smallest amount went to District no. 45. Which wait to i.1 p acting business in Billings for a few 1 two receive Days a guest at the Northern. The amount received from the state John Bird of Crosby Wyo is a artiest a 15ttle less last year when a Yellowstone county was apportioned ?52.s10.40, and the allotment in the county in 1923 was of at the Carlin for a few Days while in the City making a Short business visit. Mildred and Oliver Ewen of Broad View Are stopping at the Carlin Over the week end while in Billings visiting friends and shopping. Conrad Johannes of Ballantine is among the Billings business visitors at the Carlin for a few Days. Glen Clark and James Bailey of Lee Are registered at the Carlin for a few Days while in the City visiting friends and looking after business affairs. St. Luke to hold memorial to Wilson senator Henry l. Myers will deliver a memorial address on the life and work of Woodrow Wilson at 11 o clock Sun Day morning in the St. Luke s episcopal Church. Senator Myers is unusually qualified for this service As he knew or. Wilson intimately and was a fre Quant visitor at the White House during i Wilson s life there As president. A veral of the former president s fax hymns will be Suni Ano the serv ices will be of a memorial character. The program will include Onward Christian soldiers in place of to deum once to Tiv fire Man and nation hymn before Lul dress How firm a foundation prayer hymn strife is o or recessional am to a Soldier of the mrs. Potter to sing at Church service Billings May become second freight Stop out of British port Billings is less than 1.000 Miles by rail from Liverpool according to a letter head being used by the Marshall-Well., company Sample of which has just arrived Here. That is. It will take less than Miles of Railroad haul Between those two Points if the deep waterway from the head of the great lakes to the Atlantic becomes reality. In that event also Billings will be the second Stop out of the great British port for goods will be. Loaded onto the ship in Liverpool consigned to the Marshall Wells company and taken direct to Duluth on the Ocean going ves Sel. There it will be loaded onto rail read cars and the next Stop will be the company s Branch House in Billings. Ted5 Smith Dies. A Telegram to from the. Eddington undertaking company in Salt Lake City announced the death there of Ted Smith believed to formerly resided in Billings. The Telegram states that he has a sister now in Bolings name unknown and a brother in Detroit. Mich. Efforts to Trace the sister through the Post office and other records Are unavailing. Winnipeg Man visitor. A. Sturrock of Winnipeg assistant superintendent of motive Power for the Canadian Pacific spent wednesday in a Billings As the guest of or. And mrs. R. N. Daley 35 Lewis Avenue. Select new officers of Miles City club feb. New corps of officers have been named for the Miles City club at a meeting of the Board held Here recently and consist of j. E. De Carle president Leo vice a Potter treasurer and a. Arnold Secretary. The House committee named for the1 ensuing year is composed of a. Arnold Georgre k. Foster arid Karl Johnson. The first entertainment under administration took place on Friday evening the ladies were in charge with a Basket luncheon followed by son. Mrs. G. H. Gaddy of Fourcher Ark. Is seeking her son. Robert Gad ii last heard of in Billings about last thanks she has written the local Post office authorities who have no record of the Young Man. Part of the letter says letters have come Back and i would appreciate any information re Garding him As i love son and heart is breaking for tidings of Don t spoil your child s hair by washing it when you children s hair be careful what you use. Many soaps and prepared shampoos contain too much free Alkali which is very injurious As it dries the Scalp and makes the hair the Best thing to use is emulsified Coconut Oil shampoo for this is pure and entirely greaseless it is inexpensive and beats anything else All to pieces. Two or three teaspoonfuls is All that is required. Simply moisten the hair with water and rub it in. It makes an abundance of Rich creamy lather which cleanses thoroughly and rinses out easily. The hair dries quickly and evenly and is soft fresh looking Bright Fluffy Wavy and easy to manage. Be sides it loosens and takes out every particle of dust dirt and Dandruff. You can get emulsified Coconut poo at any drug store and a few ounces will last for mrs. George Potter will sing Resig by Roma at the morning services at the first presbyterian Church sunday and the choir will Render Stults Hail to the lord s the Rev. Robert Cameron will preach. At the close of the morning service a congregational business meeting will be held to vote on the resignation of the j pastor. I at the Vesper service at 5 o clock the girls vested choir will sing our j anthems we by Ira Wilson. The pastor will speak on How to live a successful Christian Little theater will hold business session Call for an important meeting of the Little theater auxiliary to the Billings woman s club for monday afternoon at 2v-30 o clock in the lobby of the com Rice racial club7 was issued saturday. Sev eral matters of importance Are to considered the officers announced and a full att Dancs of look to the future you will Good Eyet 20 years from now at much As you do today., the better care you give your eyes now the better your vision will be later. A. C. Johnson optometrist optician securities building 1tt doer Northern Shettl special sunday dinner 75e hours 12 to . Menu Chicken soup roast Young Turkey with dressing and celery Pricalee of Chicken with dumplings baked Ham Southern style prime rib roast of beef b v with dinner mashed potatoes Green pets baked Sweet potatoes fruit salad Lemon pie Light Rolls Coffee Tea milk the Grey the Ideal place to eat 11i n. 29th noun cog something net every Day new arrivals oaf. Smart new Spring styles developed in polaire Camel s hair Swan Down de Siree and be Cleugh tweeds to coat illustrated is of soft polaire in Tan Deer or Grey at 19.75 new arrivals Are printed grapes and Pussy Willows in Chic designs at and in All the new Spring colors. I we illustrate a dress in printed Canton crepe at our Complete line of eve fast fabrics for Spring await your inspection in our new downstairs suiting Linen voile Basket crepe crepe weave Kinder Kord Gingha hebrides poplin Shatone new fratt Block second Avenue at 29th

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