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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 10 , -1 0 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911 $2.00 PER YEAR TO BUILD BIG POWER PROJECI Boston Capitalist Visits Site at Kootenai Falls. ---Work or First Uuit of 20,000 Hcrse. Power to Start in Near Future Jos, A. Coram of Boston, ownel of the Kootenai Falls power right visited th_ p operty last Friday to inspect the work which haw been done recently by Woody Williams with a crew of men, and was met there by Engineer Pau: Pratt, tinder whose direction the big project is being developed. Mr. Coram was acommpanied by his son Chester, and his legal ad. visor Chas. W. Wood, also o0 Boston. The work so far done has been of a preliminary nature, but has advanced to a stage where active work on a large scale will soon be commenced and this it is expected will be during the coming year, when several hundred men will be employed. Under present plans 5o,ooc horse power can be generated and it is proposed to first complete a unit of 20,000 hor...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

TO BE 5U STORIES botham Officoe Building Tallesl in the World. atrcture Rises One-Seventh of a Mile From the Ground-Exceeded In Height Only by the Eiffel Tower. New York.-Men will be at wo daily in a structure of stone and ate one-seventh of a mile from the growu and in all of the 56 stories of the ns Woolworth building before the end next year, the time appointed f completion of the tallest busine structure in the world. Laid out fl the giant building would be longs than three city blocks, and Salvator record speed for'a mile would make I seconds the time necessary for tt champion to cover the distance. On] the Eiffel tower, in Paris. a steel sks eton, will exceed in height this nes est Ne, York pinnacle. Higher and higher do our skyscral ere soar, cuttopping everything bi the mephitic clouds of smoke fror their own boilers; deeper and deeps do they thrust down through the so until their massive steel roots, find ar ohorage in the rock below. The tru Titans of the modern world are ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

"ý EIIIPUII LUH ,~,p ý ý rte~-~' s ý ý, . POIf/A'O ,/AZ IT was 34 years ago, way back ix '1877, that Gen. Porfirio Diaz wat first elected constitutional presi dent of Mexico. His last and eighth election was in July, 1910 His career since his early youth much of which was spent in poverty has been adventurous and picturesque He was born in September, 1830, his father being Capt. Jose Faustino Diaz a lineal descendant of Bernal Dias del Castillo, the companion and his t9riographer of Hernando Cortez. As a boy General Diaz was educated for the priesthood, but the death of his father forced him to some lucra tive employment and he became a drug clerk. While working at this humble occupation by day, he studied law and taught school at night Juarez, governor of Oaxaea, met the young man at this point in his careei and became greatly interested it him. The invasion of Mexico by Gen Winfield Scott in 1847 gave Genera Diaz his first great chance. Young as he was, he joined the army and foug...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

WORLD NEWS NOTES SHORT ITEMS IJIPPED FROM DAILY PAPER DISPATCHES DURING PAST WEEK. Zeview of Happenings in Both East ern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Told in Short Paragraphs. Three prostrations were reported in Kansas City Saturday. I There will be no final action on the direct election of senators at this ses sion of congress. Elgin, Ore.-Albert Huntley, alias Oscar Hunter, who, it is claimed, stole two horses at Milton, Ore., was cap tured here. Baker, Ore.-One of the biggest funerals ever held in Baker was that of Louis Mansfield, who shot his wife and then himself. The Pope is improving slowly from violence of pains in his gouty leg, but two weeks must elapse before period of convalescence, doctors say. Berlin.--A Munich newspaper says it has discovered an insurance company whose business deals with insuring mar ried couples against divorce. Washington.-Andrew Carnegie has sent to Washington $25,000 of the $100...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

CUT GLASS and Hand-Painted CHINA A large shipment just received. Do not fail to see our prices Always Something Suitable for Wedding and Birthday Gifts. KELLER BROS. Jewelers LIBBY - - MONTANA If you want the best on the Great Northern line, go to the Hotel Richar'ds C. W. RICHARDS Owner and Proprietor Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Cuisine the best to be found The only-fire-proof and modern hotel in Libby T HOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bntfalo Block - - Kalispell, Mont. TIMOTHY MILLER . U. S. Land Commissioner. Notary Public. LIBBY - - MONTANA DRS, FLINN & BAXTER Physicians and Surgeons LIBBY - - MONTANA ..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Application made at the postoffilce at Libby, Montana, for entJy assecond-class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911. S. H. Dennis, the real estate man, visited Troy Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Chase of troy, were in Libby Monday. The state tre...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

SOUGHT BY TOURIST Valley Forge Is Rich in Historil Associations. Whizzing Automobiles Now Bring Groups of Patriotic Sightseers to This Scene of the Revolution's Darkest Days. Philadelphia, Pa.-Through the love ly wooded hills and up and down the valleys which give the name of thai historic spot, Valley Forge, the scent of the darkest days of the Revolution, go rushing and whizzing nowadays the hourly automobiles bringing groups of patriotic tourists from all the coun. try What a change in the spot and in the people since that time when Wash. ington and his suffering heroes camped among these picturesque hills. What a gap between those foot sore, discouraged men and the pleas ure-seekers whirled in luxury through this great national park. For some eight miles the motor route circles about over the fine park roads, and on every side the natural charms of the beautiful scenery are enhanced by the hostoric associations. Many memorial tablets have been erected, marking where different di...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

Does NVof Color Hair Ayer's Hair Vigor, as now made from our new improved formula, does not stain or color the hair even to the slightest degree. Gray hair, white hair, blonde hair is not made a shade darker. But it certainly does stop falling hair. No question about that. Does not change the color of the hair. Formula with each bottle show it to your IAkS him -boot it. then do as he saya Indeed, we believe it will stop every case of falling hair unless there is some very unusual complication, something greatly affecting the general health. Then you should consult your physician. Also as) ,him about the new Ayer's Hair Vigor. ...-Made by the J. C. Ayer Co., Lowell. Man - Inland Empire Day at the -Astoria -entennial IS AUGUST 31 Reduced Rates - Special Trains Ask your agent A small boy from towni was spending a few days in the country. One morn ing he heard the grown folks complain ing of having been kept awake the night before by a skunk. Willie burst into tears. "Why, Wil lie, what...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 17 August 1911

..The Libby Herald., PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - BusinessMgrr Application made at the postoffice al Libby, Montana, for entry as second-class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879 THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1911. Two Kootenai Roses. Not exactly a case of putting of a mor tal body and putting on immortality, byt rather a case of the rose being just as sweet by another name. We have many pleasant remembrances stored up of our existence in the neigh boring town down the Kootenai, where we lived, moved and had our being nunder the name style and designation of "The Troy Herald," none but pleasant memories of our friends and neighbors there and the vital interests of that lovely little burg which we endeavored as best we could in our humble way, and with some success we feel, to represent and further in every laudable manner. But we heard a voice calling which seemed to tell of a larger field, of broader usefulness and better opportunity; so we cgm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 11 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1911 $2.00 PER YEAR SEWER BONDS - BRING PREMUIM Chicago Buyer Takes Town Offering, and Work Will Soon Start on Big Sewer Project; The city council held a special session last Tuesday evening, which was a decidedly important one. The sewer bonds for $20,ooo was sold to C. H. Coffin of Chica go, one of the large bond and mortgage dealers of the country. These bonds brought a premium of $Ioi, the purchaser also furnishing the printed tforms. The money is expected to be here in a few days. Fifteen thousand dollars of this bond sale goes into the sewer fund and work will start upon the sys. tem as soon as the details can be perfected. The plans and specifi cations of the main outlet sewer, by City Engineer Duthie, have al ready been passed upon and ac cepted by the council, This out let sewer will run from Mineral avenue on First, west to the city limits, then northerly through the Remp ranch into the mo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

M-~rli lilMIUDE \ kWJOi' C~L/FF C the Smithsonian Institution are made by Jesse Walter Fewkes re garding the treatment of the na tional reserve created in northern Arizona by order of former President Roosevelt under the name of the Na vaho National Monument, in which many important prehistoric ruins are to be found. Dr. Fewkes was sent by the bureau of American ethnology to examine these dwellings of the ancients, and his preliminary report, which is now being published, sug gests: That one of the largest two cliff dwellings in the Navaho National Monument, either Betatakin or Kit siel, be excavated, repaired and pre served as a "type ruin" to illus trate the prehistoric culture of the aborigines of this section of Arizona. That this work be supplemented by excavation and repair of Inscription House, an ancient cliff dwelling in ~West Canyon. That one or more of the ruins in fWest Canyon be added to the Navaho National Monument and be perma oently protected by the government. Dr. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

TOLA A 11f1 e.1 7^. TN C~I'O. // -4"iihtTL U IPWARD of 40,000 people an nually visit the Capitol build. ing in our national capital city. They see the rotun da, the marble room, the president's room, statuary hall, the hall of the house of representatives, and the senate chamber; but there are wonders and beauties within that - building that visitors never see. In and by itself, the capitol is real ly a wonderful white-walled city. It is a city under an immense roof, sur mounted by a marvelous dome; a city containing a permanent population; a city having all of the comforts and conveniences that are to be found in any populous modern city. Facts con cerning this wonderland were recently disclosed by one of the veteran resi dents of that walled city to one who had long imagined that he knew the capitol fairly well. In this white-walled city there are two excellent restaurants; two halls for the greatest debating societies in the United States; two post offices; five barber shops; sev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

WORLD NEWS NOTES SHORT ITEMS CLIPPED FROM DAILY PAPER DISPATCHES DUREINi PAST WEEK. Review of Happen.Lag in Both BUast ern and Western Hemispheres During the Past Week-National, Historical, Political and Personal Events Told in Short Paragraphs. There is much indignation in Catholic Rome because of the insults to which priests are subjected by anti-clericals. Russia is keeping an eye on Persia because if civil war goes on near Te herqn intervention of the czar may follow. Danger of Balkan war is not over, as Albanian refugees are leaving Monte negro, but majority of them are desti tute. Nome, Alaska.-While talking at the telephone Gus Carson, engineer of a power plant, was electrocuted, dying in stantly. Denver.-John Stearns, aged 87, president of the German-American Life Insurance company, died Sunday here of pneumonia. The aeroplane sleeve, more prosaically known as the gauntlet sleeve, irn the latest Parisian conceit in the way of woman's clothes. Fairfield, Conn.-It is reported ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

Are You Up Against It? It is just such cases where we excel. Our stock is complete. Be fore selecting any wed ding presents see our siverware, cut glass, hand painted china, clocks, etc. Expert Repairing a Specially. KEILE BROS. Jewelers If you want the best on the Great Northern line, go to the Hotel Richards C. W. RICHARDS Owner and Proprietor Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Water Baths. Cuisine the best to be found The only fire-proof and modern hotel in Libby THOS. D. LONG Lawyer Bualo Block. - Kalispell, Mont. TIMOTHY MILLER U. S. Land Commissioner. Notary Public. LIBBY - - MONTANA DRO, FLINN & BAXTER Pbslus ad Supgeon *8BBY * MONTANA ..The LibbyHerald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G.'E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Application made at the postofilce at Libby, Montana, for entzy assecond-class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 19g1. Dance at the hall to-morrow night. _ County Clerk Carpenter spent Sunday at his Eureka home. John...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

World's Pearls ..·5v 3eMississippiValley , Y " #t'i "I i'l·l~lr ~ 'lj 'ilitli~Y· Cr-tCY t~~ wI Ly ~ QJý It Y4q *1Y~: ·=~ iiI T HE bodies of four pearl hunt ers were found swinging to a tree limb recently in a west Kentucky county. They had been robbed by the riffraff that follows in the trail of the pearl fisher who strikes into a new country of rich finds. Pearls have recently been found in large numbers in the rivers that wander through the flat lands of the' west Kentucky counties. The pearl fleets are moving into the river bottoms in both Kentucky and Ten nessee. The Mississippi valley is now sup plying the bulk of these pale gems that encircle the white throats of the world's famous beauties. American heiresses, princesses of the old reign ing houses of Europe, Indian rajahs and the jewel fanciers of all the world buy and wear the mussel-born pearls that are scooped from the boiled flesh of the fresh-water bivalve. Thousands of men and women are engaged in the work of pearl fis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

Where is Your Hair? In your combP Why soP Is not the head a much better place for itP Better keep what is left where it belongs! Ayer's Hair Vigor, new improved formula, quickly stops falling hair. There is not a partic:le of doubt about it. We speak very posi tively about this, for we know. Does not change the color of the hair. Formula with eaoh bottle Show it to eour gers I ek hdtor As him about It, thei do as he says Indeed, the one great leading feature of our new Hair Vigor may well be said to be this-it stops falling hair. Then It goes one step further-it aids- nature in restoring the hair and scalp to a healthy condition. Ask for "the new kind." -Made by the J. O. Ayer Co.. Lowell. Mass.. Value of Time. The most lamentable waste of the ages is the squandering of time. This does not mean in modern times that the man who works 18 hours a day, or who is "early to bed and early to rise'' will pick all the plums. It does mean that intelligent application to business during certai...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 24 August 1911

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - BusinessMlgr. Application made at the postoffce at Libby, Montana, for ent.iy as second-class matter under the Act of March 3, i879. THURSDAV, AUGUST 24, 191I. Forestry Reserve Monies. Lincoln county local politics and fiscal administration have always been inter esting, even when they have not been startling. And things as they are doing by our present board of county commis sioners are no exception to the general rule above stated. One of the little incidents of the earlier days of the county, which threatened for a time to result in litigation between our county and the state auditor, was a dis pute as to the apportionment of monies received front the forestry department. Some seven thousand dollars of these funds which should have been appor tioned by the auditor to Lincoln county were turned over to Flathead county. This, by reason ot the failure of the forestry department to take of...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 August 1911

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 12 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY,. AUGUST 31, 1911 $2.00 PER YEAR CHANCE HERE FOR CINCH INVESTMENT Not a Vacant House in City and Home Hunters Busy Every Day.---Some Capitalist Should Get Busy and Put Up a Few Dozen. There is a splendid opportunity here for some capitalist to make a cinch investment which will give large and steady returns. Two or three dozen cottages erected in Libby would find tenants at once upon completion. There is not a vacant house in the town and in quiries are being made almost every day by home hunters. This shortage of houses has kept fami lies from locating here from out side points and we know a number of instances where this has been the case. Libby is known the state over as one of the most pro gressive towns, situated in a de- 1 lightful climate, with good schools and residential features which make o for health, convenience and com fort. Graded streets, water, elec tric lights, cement walks and sew erage all m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 August 1911

Aunt Ellen's Match-Making BP bONALD ALLEN (Ooptriht, 1910, by Assoclated IAterary Press.) Aunt Ellen Henderson, who was a widow, had arrived at the farmhouse of her sister, Mrs. George Taylor, on a visit. The family of the sister con. sisted only of herself, husband and daughter Minnie, the latter having arrived at the age of twenty-one years. Aunt Ellen called it a visit, but in reality it was a plot. She wouldn't have owned even to herself that it was, for she was a very conscientious woman, but it was a plot, none the less. Besides being a very conscientious woman, Aunt Ellen was a born matchmaker. There were at least tnirty happy marriages in Warren county that she had brought about by being on hand and interfering at the critical moment. In her home, 40 miles away, she had heard that her services were needed at her sister's house, and she had put off making her fall soft soap to offer them. Miss Minnie had two beaux. They nad been calling for two years, and neither one of them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 August 1911

01C68 tO~ Atim Dice icý II A b/O -PEi9R - kC!/R 4EJJ.WL Y I RLS preparing for opera 1. Paris have got to be comfort able. "That is why we live It an attic." They laughed glee fully as they told it, twc bouncing American girls from Kansas and Alabama, high-hearted, ambitious, bubbling with the joy of life, yet keyed down to the specialist's clear. seeing intent by two or three years' study in the French capital. They have learned the need of money in lyric Paris. Their experience is valu able to dreaming home girls. "It has cost me all of $1,400 a year to cultivate my voice in Paris; and I live cheaply in an attic apartment with a charwoman at 7 cents per hour to do the heavy work," affirmed the Kansas young woman, while the Ala bama girl has spent nearly $1,600 a year-"including very few new gowns!" Both have tried every way of living in Paris-to arrive at the mansard apartment and the charwom an. "All of which brings us to $7,000 for four years' voice preparation and the "comfort" ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 31 August 1911

PANIC IN THEATEf MORE THAN 26 PEOPLE KILLEi IN MOVING PICTURE PLACE AS "FIRE" WAS YELLED. Oannonsburg (Pa.) Opera House Piled Ten Feet Deep With Humanity Narrow Stairways and Entrance Blamed-Rescue Prompt but Slow Most of Dead Were Smothered. Cannonsburg, Pa.-Twenty-six per sons were killed and more than 60 in jured when a moving picture film ex ploded in the Cannonsburg opera house. Immediately following the flash of the film some person shouted "Fire!" There was a rush for the exit, and in a moment there was a Writhing, scream ing mass of humanity 10 feet high in the narrow stairway leading to the entrance of the theater. Most of the dead were smothered. A great majority of the audience was composed of women and children. In the fierce rush for the exit they were trampled on. Others were thrown upon them and those at the bottom of the human pile were suffocated. No Effort to Aid Victims. When two volunteer fire departments reached the theater those of the audi ence who had escaped...

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