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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

THE ENTERPRISE. A Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of Northern .)JMontana and Especially of the Milk River Valley VOL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 1912. No. 22 REPUBLICANS RECAPTURE MAINE STRONG STATE TICKET NAMED AT GREAT FALLS After one of the most harmonious meetings the Republicans of Mon taina in state convention at Great . f1ls nominated a ticket, conceded by all party leaders to be the best ever presented to the voters of Mon tana. The Republicans never left a convention hall in this state so un iversally pleased with the results or so greatly inspired with the hope of success. Opponents recog nized its strngth. From top to bot tom the ticket is made up of men of the highest character, and with such leaders as that eminent jurist, Judge Henry C. Smith, whose straighttor ward progressive speech accepting the nomination as United States Sen .tor stirred the couventihn beyond measure, leading the ticket; Charles N. Pray, Mon...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., PreOPs. Entered in the post oflice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 82.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, $2,50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN For President-- WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice-President-- JAMES S. SHERMAN WHAT ROOSEVELT SAID IN PRAISE OF MR. TAFT a his address as tenmpor'ary chairman of the Republican State " Convention at Great Falls Harry L. W lson. now the Repub licau candidate for Governor. read from, a letter which .Kfr. Roosevelt wrote four years argo. It makes mighty interestino readinn just now. .fr. Uf'tlson said: "I (ail content that a mure brilliant mind than mine shlould flra/ie; that an abler pen than iine should write, (au( that more elorepeut lips than mine should tatter (a euilo o of 1' illimama Hloucirl Taft. l)obtlesos you haie all read the letter waritten by .ir. Roosieclt oil Sept. 1), 1908, to oiir esteciieml fellow-citizen, the Iiou. Conra...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

PARALLEL THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planned the STO R I E S Deed and Sought to Close Every Avenue of Knowl if FAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. C I MR The Detective Shows How Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY WillOut,"AlwaysHoldsGood." (Copyright by P. L. Nelson THE GREATEST GANG OF COUN TERFEITERS. HE days immediately fol lowing the Civil war were the halayon days of the counterfeiter. The coun try was fairly flooded with bogus bank and treasury notes. No man, when he re ceived a bill, could tell when he pre sented it at a bank whether it would be accepted or not. When the famous Forbes gang began to put their out put on the market the bank teller him self could not tell whether he might not have in his drawer another of the same serial number; for that was the only means by which a Forbes coun terfeit could be detected. It is not likely that another gang similar to the Forbes crowd ever will arise in the United States. The coun terfeiters of ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

VAGABONDS OF THE EARTH BY ARTHuR D. HOWDEN SMITH 4 (Copyright, by HAVE often wished that I could bring those six men to gether, and yet, on the face of it, the wish is impossible of fulfillment. They are scattered to the corners of the earth. Some I have heard from through round about channels, but most have passed be yond my ken. All but two were chance acquaintances, ,with whom I spent an hour or so. There was Helmslund for instance. His line is birds-sea-birds, although, as far as that goes, anything wild and unknown attracts Helmelund. I dare say you never heard of Helmslund. iYou would soon enough, though, if you undertook to collect rare birds as a hobby, Helmslund is indispensable to scores of collectors in this country and Europe. 1 met him one Sunday afternoon at the house of a friend who possesses a really remarkable collection of North American birds. "Odd sort of fellow-Helmslund," bur host later remarked. "I've known him several years, now, and he's just getting to the ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

HIS WAtSI AND 'EN` Chauffeur Is Caught by an Heir. By CATHERINE COOPE. When the smash came, Jimmy Con staple was totally unprepared for it. There had been no warning that his stocks would crash down and leave him with less ready capital than he had possessed when he began to (speculate. But the certain knowledge that stocks ascend as readily, kept Jimmy from mental worry. "In the meantime-I must live." Jimmy cast a rueful glance at his big, healthy frame and sighed. After that he donned his slightly worn thinking cap and sat down to ponder ways and means. In the end, he decided to maintain his right to a pleasurable existence as well as a money-making one. Jimmy Constable had but one hob by, and that was a big one. He loved his great, speedy touring car almost as well as most men love their wives. Jimmy had not, fortunately for the moment, acquired one of the latter. 'It would have worried him to know that a girl would have to share with him his present more or less precari ous fort...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THCE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MATTIE T. CRAMER, Editor. VALTA, - - - - MONTANA IMPORTANT NEWS NOTES OF A WEEK LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED FORM. EVENTS HERE AND THERE Condensed Into a Few Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man Latest Personal In formation. Washington Theodore Roosevelt is expected tc appear October 2 or 3 before the spe cial senate committee investigating campaign contributions, to testify re garding the allegations of John D Archbold and Senator Penrose that the Standard Oil company gave $100, 000 to the Republican national com mittee of 1904 with his approval. President and Mrs. Taft entertained the foreign and American delegates to the eighth international conference of applied chemistry. *** . William Loeb, Jr., and George B. Cortelyou, both former private secre taries to Colonel Roosevelt when he was president; William Randolph Hearst and John D. Archbold have formally been asked to appear before the senate co...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

Another Bank Story Smith bought some pigs from his neighbor Jones. The price came to $6.42. Smith paid Jones in cash, but as usual neither had the proper change, and Smith said: "Just make it even money." Smith lost 8 cents. Jones bought some pigs from his neighbor Johnson. The price came to $6.42. Jones had his money in the bank and gave Johnson a check. for the exact amount. Jones did not lose a cent. This is only one of the advantages of a checking account. Come in and let us explain further. THE FIRST STATE BANK Malta, Montana OFFICERS: H. G. Robinson, President (eo. W. Clay, Vice-President. F. W. LIALL Cashier. C. E. Secrest, Ass't Cashier DIRECTORS: S McKennan, H. G. Robinson, Geo. W. Clay, Jas. L. LeNoir, F. W. Hall, C. E. Secrest, C. F'. Morris, Alexander Elliot, Ole Veseth. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent TM CIE RA*. WAY. Passenger trains depart from Malta as follows: WEST BOUND EAST BOUND No. 1 111i'a. in. No. 2 5:22 a. in. No. 223 11:40 a. in. No. 224 6:35 p. in. No. 3 11:2...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 12 September 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan (Advertisement) DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION Notice is hereby givsn that pursuant to an or der of the Democratic Central Committee of Val ley County, Montana, that a Democratic Con vention is hereby called to be held at Culbertson, Montana, at one o'clock p. m. Friday, September 20th, 1912, for the purpose of nominating candi dates for the following offices, which are to be voted upon at the General Election to be held on the fifth day of November, 1912: 3 members of the Legislature, I sheriff, 1 treasurer, 1 clerk and recorder, 1 clerk of the district court. I county attorney, 1 assessor, 1 county commissioner, 1 county surveyor, 1 county superintendent of schools, 1 coroner, 1 public administrator, 2 Justices of the Peace of each Judicial Town ship, 2 Constables of each Judicial Township. The number of delegates and alternate dele gates to said Convention as being a portion among the respective precincts are as follows: Malta 5 Baeth 1 Saco 5 Antel...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

STHE ENTERPRISE. ' .4 Weekly Newspaper Whose Interests are Identified with those of JVorhern Montana and Especially of the .Mill River Valley VOL. 15 t MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1912. No. 23 34 MILES OF DITCH TO BE LET OCT. 14 'CONTRACTS IAILL BE LET Bids For 34 Miles of the Dodson Ditch WILL BE OPENED OCT 14 This Joyful News was Received here Monday by Project Engineer San. ford of the Reclamation Service from the Interior Department, at Washington-Bids for Laterals and Waste Ditches Opened Sept. 25th ---All to be Opened in Malta. The joyful news was received at the office of the Reclamation service Monday from Washington that bids will be opened in Malta, on Oct. 14, 1912, for the construction of some 34 miles of the Dodson South canal, of the Milk River project; also that bids would be opened in Malta, Sept. 25th, for the construction of laterals, waste-water ditches and structures on the first unit of the Dodson South Canal. The Enterprise appreciatin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

THE ENTEIP..JI I THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. PROPS. H. J. MOCK. Maager and Edkor. Entered in the post office at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN 7IRTIE i fION. 86 P YEAk Published Every Thursiay in the Year. *ittcewt4 Clthtw EDWARDs & MCLELLANi For President- WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice-President-- JAMES S. SHERMAN PLATFORM MADE TO ALLURE VOTERS. (osev~elt told the voters of Kansas that he favored a tariff that a on ld benefit the farmer, but at the same time. he wanted a tariff that would reduce the co4t of fair'n products. Fine talk to the farmers; fine talk to the cotsa nser. Jd more incon sistent statement never was uttered ly man. How could the _ farmer be bettered by hating the 1*ice of his products lowered? But those whir/wind speeches replete with inconsistencies only show the dificulty of defendc.ng a platform, without foundation,, framed by a party wih ose only ea'cuse for existence is the thirst for power of one man ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

Rivdrqfz Discoven of. iýhAic RuPbcr 8 the world on the eve of another commercial revolution due to an accidental chemical discovery? Is synthe tic rubber going to take its place upon equal terms of com petition with the juice of the trees and plants which so long have supplied the rubber commerce? Just at the present time English and German chemists are disputing over their claims to precedence in ending a way to create from certain raw materials a chemical counterpart of natural rubber. The world at large is not directly concerned in the deter nination of this question of priority, but it has a very deep interest in the commercial practicability of these dis coveries. Two years ago Dr. F. E, Matthews pf England, then associated with other distinguished chemists, among them Prof. W. H. Perkin, Sir William Ramsay and Prof. Fernbach, was seek ing to perfect a cheap process for the manufacture of synthetic rubber and by chance left some isoprene and metallic sodium in contact for a per...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

PARALLEL THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planned the STORIES Deed and Sought to Close Every Avenue of Knowl f FAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. The Detective Shows How CRIM E S Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY Will Out,"AlwaysHoldsGood." (Copyright by P. L. Nelson THE LOOT OF THE KINGSTON , NATIONAL. HAVE ofter wondered what i Mr. Sherlock Holmes or I Monsieur Lecocq would f have done if confronted I with the problem of the rob- f bery of the Kingston Na- t tional. The detective of fic- I tion, you say, is never real ized in real life. Here is a story that proves the op- I posite. I doubt if either of the fa- I mous sleuths of Doctor Doyle's or Gaboriau's imagination would have i proceeded more ingeniously or more I sucoessfully to the final unraveling of f the tangle than did Detective Price. f If you don't believe that the old ad age about fact being stranger than fic tion applies to the detection of crime, follow the mystery of the Kingston 1 ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published b¶y u. o mUNMALTA, ENTEIRPRIE U. o B 0 MALTA. - - - - MONTANA b II ft] OF A WEEK'S NEWS t Most Important Happen ings Told in Brief. Politics Governor Simeon B. Baldwin was re nominated without opposition at the adjourned session of the Democratic state convention at Hartford, Conn. Other state officers and seven presi dential electors also were named. * S S J. P. Studley was nominated on the third ballot for governor by the Re publican state convention at Hartford, Conn. There were four candidates. Warm indorsement of the Taft admin istration was a feature of the platform adopted by the convention. *** Washington With the probability of a battle be tween the Mexican federal troops and the rebels at Agua Prieta, which is lust across the boundary from Doug las, Ariz., President Taft, through the war department, sent both the federal and rebel commanders peremptory no tice that there must be no firing across the line. * *a* President Taft, who posed a long t...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

EXCUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of the Same Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Photodraphs of the Play a. Produced Hughes By Henry W. Savage Qouyright, isil, by Ii. IL VLj0 CHAPTER 1. The Wreck of the Taxicab. The young woman in the taxicab scuttling frantically dIown the dark street. clung to the arm of the young man alongside, as if she were terri fied at the lawbreaking, neck-risking speed. But evidently some greater fear goaded her, for she gasped: "Can't he go a little faster?" 'Can't you go a little faster?" The young man alongside howled as he thrust his head and shoulders through the window in the door. But the self-created taxi-gale swept his voice aft, and the taut chauffeur perked his ear in vain to catch the vanishing syllables. "Wh at's that?" he roared. "Can't you go a little faster?" The indignant charioteer simply had to shoot one barbed glare of re proach into that passenger. He turned his head and growled: "Say, do youse want to lose me me license?" For just one ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

eon 5' * PIN e WI i it MI# 1A,4A OFFICEnS: II. G. Rhei on, k'vMednL (O 'AT. Cik , Vi~idn I. c. W. dALL Cashier. C. E. Secre.t, Asm't CMIUer S Mecýennao, I. G. sbinsot, Geo. . lay, Jas. L. LANofr, F. W. Hall, C. E. Secrest, C. F. Morris, Alexander Elliot, Ole Veseth. Safety Degoslt doazes for Rest ANP4OUtEM T! t THE P O City Restaurant Has been placed under it a new lease and will a soon be opened to the public. t It is the intention of a the present management to give Malta and vicinity, "THE BEST RESTAURANT E ALONG THE LINE." r A Specialty will be made of t banquets and after theatre pa is, dances, etc. t White cooks and white JM ~etoNE I . ý tt THE dmPonstAsi WAY. Passenger trains depart from Malta as follows: WEST BOUND EAST BOUND No. 1 11:11 a. m. No. 2 5:22 a. n. 1 No. 228 11:40 a. in. No. 224 6:35 p. m. No. 8 11:20 p.flm. No. 4 7:42 p. m. 1 No. 27, the Fast Mail, goes west at 2:40 a. m. and No. 28 goes east at 10:40 a. in., carry mail and express only. A. W. Schilling, Agent. ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 19 September 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan NAME COUNTY _ICKET The Roosevelt party of Valley County held their county convention at Culbertson Tuesday, when a plat form endorsing the state and nation platforms was adopted and the fol lowing ticket was nominated: Legislature-R, T, Cookingham, Culbertson; 11. M, McIntyre, Glas gow: J. A, Davis, Plentywood, Sheriff-Pat Nacey, Culbertson. Treasurer-Elmer Bergh, RedStone. Clerk-Walter Shanley. Glasgow. Clerk and Recorder-J. W. Dale. County Attorney-J. L, Slattery, Glasgow, Assessor,-James Fox, Glesgow. Commissioner-Frank Weinrich, Mloudak. Surveyor-C, 13 Conant, Saco. Supt. Schools-J. H. Atwood, Mal ta. Coroner-Ca E. Peterson, Glasgow Administrator-H' D. Roub, Hins dale. The Malta delegates named by the caucus here were J. A. Ebaugh, J. H. Abram, T. M. Facey, Alex Elliot, J., H Atwood and C. H Stev ens. The three last named attended the convention. Atty. Stevens was named as committeeman for Malta precinct. IN MEMORIAM Since last we met it h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

FREPUBL..~1 RALLY, MALTA, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 2ND, 1912 THE ENTERPRISE. VoL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 26 1912. No. 24 .. . i l I I II i I I /I 1=I I I 1 :-'": 4 · MOINTANA TO BE GRIDIRONED More New Roads are Projected for State Evidence is furnished daily which foretells that in the near future Montana will be gridironed with railroads. The long and much needed lines north and south are no longer a dream but are rapidly becoming a realization. The railroad companies are keen to note possibilities of new country and when they project lines into new territory it can be taken for granted that they have throughly studied the subject and have-had re ports in minute detail from their ex perts. Valley county is promised its fair share of railways, judging by what has been done and what is being an nounced will be donle. As noted last week the Great Northern will push a line into Dawson county thence into North Dakota. Now we learn from the Culbertson Repub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO., PRoPs. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Entered in the post oflice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION 82.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION, $2.50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. Sinetaity Cto e's EDWARDS & MCLELLAN For President-- WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice-President-- JAMES S. SHERMAN Attempted Destruction of American Industries. The Democratic-Insurgent congress attempted to change to absolute free trade on industries represented by 10,104 establishments in the United States, using capital to the amount of $4,450,735,803, employing 1,374,333 wage earners to whom $676,460,220 of wages are paid annually, and now turning out annually $5,566,198,340 of American products. This same Congress attempted the elimination of protection and a reduction to a "tariff for revenue only" on other American industries represented by 131,100 establishments,using capital to the amount of $7,734, 385,889, employi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

... .. EXCUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of the Same Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Photopephe ea S the Play as rduecsd Hughes By By r W. Savage Qopyright. INS, Iy H. 1' Pt C SYNOPSIS. Lieut. Harry Mallory is ordered to the Philippines. He and Marjorie Newton decide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre Vents their seeing minister on the way to the train. Transcontinental train is tak ing on passengers. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lath top, a Yankee business man. CHAPTER II. (Continued.) He resigned himself to the despot, and began tQ transfer his burdens to the seat. But he did nothing to the satisfaction of the Englishman. Every thing must be placed otherwise; the catch-all here, the portmanteau there, the Gladstone there, the golfsticks there, the greatcoat there, the rain coat there. The porter was puffing tike a donkey-engine, and mutiny was growing in his heart. His last com pnission was the hanging up of the bowler hat. He stood on the arm of the seat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by s'HE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO. MALTA. - - - MONTANA IMPORTANT NEWS NOTES OF A WEEK LATEST HAPPENINGS THE WORLD OVER TOLD IN ITEMIZED FORM. EVENTS HERE AND THERE Condensed Into a Few Lines for the Perusal of the Busy Man Latest Personal In formation. Politics The seats of the members of the Republican national committee from New Jersey, West Virginia, North Carolina and California were declared vacant by the committee in a meeting at New York, and the resignations of committeemen from Oklahoma and Minnesota were accepted. All had joined the Roosevelt forces. s * . Judge John C. Karel, Democratic candidate for governor of Wisconsin, made a clean sweep of the Demo cratic platform convention at Madi son when his platform, pledging the party to repeal the state income tax law, was adopted. After one of the most bitterly fought political conventions in Ore gon's history, United States Senator Jonathan Bourne, who bolted the Re publican party, was turned down...

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