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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

PARALLEL THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planned the STO R I E S Deed and Sought to Close i FAMOUS Every Avenue of Knowl SFAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. R I MC E S The Detective Shows How Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY WillOut,"AlwaysHoldsGood." (Copyright by l . L. Nula THE TRAIL OF THE TATTOOED HAND. SN optimis in search of a clinching argument that the world is growing better, has but to persuade a police de tective in any large city in to a comparison between crime conditions now and those of .a generation ago. But statistics, you say, will prove that crime is on the increase. I question whether the number of crimes in proportion to population has increased or whether the figures merely prove that more crimes are reported, and greater publicity given them by means of our perfected news gathering systems. Certainly the New York city of today shows a vast im provement in morality over the city of a generation ago. Recently two bank messenger...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

4 IKKO nestles at the foot of the Nikko-zan range of mountains in one of the grandest valleys of picturesque Japan two thousand feet above the sea. The city of temples is especially fortunate in its environments. If the mountains are the no blest in the northland, the waterfalls are the wildest in Japan. One of them leaps a sheer 350 feet into a basin of snow, another is broken and twisted into a series of cascades, whose sil very beauty cannot be conveyed to paper. The ancient forests are hung with rare mosses, that give them an increased appearance of hoariness. The temperature, too, has a delight mul and invigorating tone, both health ful and hopeful. At Nikko is seen a shrine of the oldest religion in Japan-older than her history, in fact. Besides this em blem of the Shinto faith was erected by the saint Shodo Shonin, in 716, a temple of Buddha-the later religion was introduced into the empire from China, but its priests were wise enough not to attempt to replace the primitive S...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

,Malta Mercantile Company This is the Flour - :you can try at :.;. Our fall line of goods are just like Our Risk ý. ..... ýý,, .ii Just read this Baki Guar- ; '..·Occident Flour--None Better Made. antee, Madame Housekeeper: Here is a flour so perfect in bread- Call and see our Men's W ork line making properties, so pure, the mill ers guarantee-not just the flour but every bit of baking done with of SWEATERS and COATS this flour. Your bread-biscuit- ce cake-pastry must be beteer if made ~ .. I with Occident Flour than with any SHOES, OVER SHOES and RUBBERS other flour you have ever used. f Occident fails to please you more than an other hour, we m or SHEEP LINED COATS, PANTS, SHIRTS, are authorized by the ""'i . Russell-Miller Milling Co. to re fund your money. You are to be .. OVERALLS and UNDERWEAR the sole judge. Your own ban OVERALLS and UNDERWEAR must lead you to decide. If there is a flour so much better ~ y: than all other flour that the BAKIN Everything in Hardware, can be gu...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 26 September 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan HILL COUNTY FAIR The board of directors of the Hill county fair have been advised that J. J. Hill expects to be in Havre to open the Hill county fair on October 3rd. Louis W. Hill, chairman of the board of directors of the Great Nor thern Ry., and a party of railroad officials who will attend the state fair at Helena, will also be at the Hill county fair and with the promi nent people in the party, will make a notable gatthering at the fair which was named after the illustrious em pire builder. T. T. Maroney will make daily flights at the fair with his new Cur tis biplane and reports are that he is making some very good flights in the southern part of the state -at this time. NAME A TICKET The Democrats of Valley county held their county convention at Cul bertson last Friday and nominated. the following ticket, after adopting a platform following the lines of the National and state platform: Representatives- Norval Wallace, K. O. Slette, -- Ma...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

THE ENTRPRISE. Vot. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 8 1912. No. 25 REPUBLICANS HOLD ROUSING RALLY Wilson and MeYer Make Ringing Speeches at Eagles' Hall BIG CROWD PRESENT AT CAMPAIGN OPENING Enthusiastic Audience Greets the Republican Candidates The Republicans of Malta and vicinity fired their first gun of the campaign with a rousing rally at Eagles' Hall last night. The principal speakers of the evening were Harry L. Wilson, that matchless orator of Billings and Republican candidate for Governor of Montana, and W. F. Meyer, that able legislator and Re publican candidate for Con grnss. They were greeted by a large and enthuiastic audi ence. Both speakers werc received with rounds of ap plause, and were given thoughtful attention. The audience was notable for the I. eA HARRY L. WILSON. presence of those of prac tically every political faith, while the ladies turned out in goodly numbers. There was a striking contrast be tween this and the opening meeting recently...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

THE ENTERPRISE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. P'"oP. H. J. MOCK. Mumager awd Editr. Batered in the pout office at Malta, Montana.as Second Claes Mall M ter. .4 4 SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 P F BiR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. $2.50 PER YEAR Pubfliftifd EVe'y Thurifdith the Year. icewy Clot e tDWAIDS & MCLELLAN For President-- WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice-President-- JAMES S. SHERMAN LEGAL NOTICE REQUIRED TO BE PUBLISHED UNDER THE POSTAL LAW. Statememt of the Ownership, Management, etc. of THE ENTERPRISE, Published Weekly at MALTA. MONTNAA. Name of editor, managing editor and business manager. H. J. MOCK, of Maltg, Montana; Publisher, The Malta Enterprise Pablishing Company of Malta, Monlans, (Incorporated;) Owners (stockholders) John Survant. Mary Survant, John A. Tressler, George W. Clay and H. J. Mock. (signed) II. J. Mock, Manager and Editor Sworn to and subscribed before me this 30th day of September, 1912. Johin A, Tremselr. Notary Public for the State of Montana, residing at Malta, Mont...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

A A L HE CRIMINAL Tel How lie Planidid the STORIES Deed and Sought to Close V FAMOUS edge Leading to His-Guilt. tME + The Detective Shows How ____ _ Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By REIMIT C. TERRY WillOut,"AlwaysHoldsGood." (Copyright by 4. L Nelson THE CRIME WITH THE NEEDLE STILETTO. HE man who follows thievery for a living," said Jack Pendergast, "often gets pretty hard shocks, but it does not do for him to take any notice of them. I read in some newspaper the argument of an old preacher, who ought to have lived in the days when they used to break a thief's body on the rack, that the thieves are the nat ural enemies of mankind and ought to be exterminated. "Well, if thieves are the natural en emies of all the world, the other side of the argument must stand also, that the rest of mankind are the proper prey of thieves. With this notion in view, I say that it is a wonder that in every house which is visited by thieves there is not left a trail of blood. B...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

A HIDDEN DANGER It Is a duty of '*Essi the kidneys to rid the blood of uric Story' acid, an irritating t poison that iscon stantly forming - inside. When the kid neys fail, uric acid causcis rheumatic attacks, headache, dizziness, gravel, urinary troubles, weak eyes, dropsy or heart disease. Doan's Kidney Pills help the kid neys fight off uric acid-bringing A new strength to weak kidneys and relief from backache and urinary illa. A Utah Case Mrs. James Crooks, First St.,'N. W., American Fork, Utah, says. For over ten years I was afflicted with kidney com plaint. Often the pain in my back was so severe that I almost fell to the foor. The kidney secretions were unnatural. There was lameness across my loins. Doans Kidney Pills were brought to my attention and they cured me." Get Doan's at Any Drug Store, 50c a Box DIOAN K PINLEY FOSTER-MILBURN CO., Buffalo. New York A Good School LARGE ATTENDANCE. LOWEST RATES Thorough Work. Practical Courses. Accredited. Courass Preearaton OosorclaSho...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

CUSE ]MEI! No v*lzed from the Comedy of the Same Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Photographs of the Play as Produced Hug hos By Heary W. Savage Qewzylghi, 1911, by U9. K. Siy SYNOPSIS. Lieut. Harry Mallory is ordered to the Philippines. He and Marjorie Newton ecide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre ents their seeing minister on the way to he train. Transcontinental train is tak ing n passengers. Porter has a lively time with an Englishman and Ira Lath r op, a Yankee business man. The elopers raye a exalting time getting to the train. CHAPTER III. (Continued.) Her nether lip trembled and her eyes were filmed, but they were brave, and her voice was so tender that it Wooed his mifd from his watch. He gazed at her, and found her so dear, so devoted and so pitifully exquisite, that he was almost overcome by an Impulse to gather her into his arms there and then, indifferent to the im mIediate passengers or to his far-off gilitary superiors. An hour ago they Were young lovers in all the l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by CHE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. 00. 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. Washington Enlistments in the navy through the recruiting service, for the week ended September 21, amounted to 308, the largest figure for any week since that of January 17, when 367 en listed. It was practically decided that president Taft soon will issue an ex pcutive order placing fourth-class post pnasters in the classified service. This prder, relieving 36,038 postmasters prom the uncertainty of political ap pointment, will be one of the most far-reaching as affecting the civil pervice ever isued by a president. Officers and enlisted men in the grmy absent from duty on account of disability resulting from drunkenness or any other form of dissipation will forfeit pay during their absence. Attorney Gen...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

M" ta wMiiawnfi gin his ie our < af t OW fSK line 61 g f are jet Ilke st re ths Bhkt G.- .Occident Flour--None Better Made. antee, Madame House keeper C Here is a flour so perfect in bread- Call and see our Men't Work line making properties, so pure, the mill es guarante--not jutthde flour-WAES i CAS er urne -o uttefor -"but every bit of bakting dome with SW EATERS and BI S this flour. Your bread-biscuit- 660 cak-juitt z t .4 be t5ter i f : ittaiaRURde w c Fi an SHOES, OVER SHOES adatA RUBBERS other flour yo ave ever us f the * @ E1' LIrh kAT0 T AM S IRTS, Russell-Miller Milling Co. to re, eb OVERALLS and UNDE ;*AR must lead you to decide. If t4 )lfe G(AWt$ so; ;Oter~; ýt t th BIEverything in Hardwar, ý be guarhteed you surely want to l S E Occident Flour is made entirely fa Keafg Soves, Etc. ftoi heardtl ktinous spring wheat..o =tpi * p) tot "-tbie be~st Bread Ili`lhf e f . .has' the most nu triment and the best raising properties. Occident Flour ntver varies. It is always the s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 3 October 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan THE WOMAN'S CLUB The Woman's Club held its second meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. J. F. Kilduff, who was the hos tess. At. the luncheon given by Mrs. Kilduff to the ladies, the Club color(-yellow and white were carrided it with pleasing effect. The topic for discussion was "Educa iional Day" and Misses McDonald. Bocan. O'Connor, Harvey. and Bo can spoke oi "Playground," "When and where parents tfil,', 'Physical wielfare ofi the child in school" and s entilation, heating and drinking cup.c. REGISTER TODAY! It is of the greatest importance that homesteaders who have a vote take steps early to register, for the law requires that each person who registers shall have two witnesses, and it might not be convenient to meet this requirement atthe eleventh hour, as the witnesses wanted might be away from home. Every elector who desires to vote Nov. 5th, must register before 5 p. m., Oct. 5. Don't delay. HIGH SCHOOL NOlES Teacher-"What are the di...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

THE E NTERPRI SE. tto So VOL. 15 MALTA, VALLEY COUNTY, MONTANA. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10 1912. No. 26 SCOUNI TY CANDIDATES Ticket is a Good One From Top to Bottom CLEAN RECORDS Great Saving in Expenses Must Appeal Strongly to Tax-payers--Not a Jus tifiable Criticism made against a Candidate on the Ticket--All Reflect Credit upon the Republican Party. Valley county Republicans are to be congratulated upon the ticket which they have placed in the field. It has been before the voters for some weeks-long enough to be carefully considered and critically analyzed. The voters have had time to study the record of the candidates and de cidc if they are entitled to their sup port. If there be reasons why they should not vote for them opportuni ty has been afforded to determine it. Not one word of justifiable criticism has been uttered against tie tictket. Not a weak spot has been found,: but on the contrary it has been found to be strong from top to bottom, and such as appeals to those who desire...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

THE ENTERPRISE TIlE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUBl. CO., PloPs. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Entered in the post ohlice at Malta, Montana as Secoind Class Mail Matter. SUBSCR.I PTION 82.00 ' PERlI YEAR CANAD)I A N SUJISCRIIPTION, %2.-50 PlIER YEAR Plublished Every Thursday in the Year. Sincet Cto es EDWARDS & MCLELLAN For President- WILLIAM HOWARD TAFT For Vice-President- JAMES S. SHERMAN .?otiee is hereby 2given that H. J. Mock has leerl appointed man ager of The Enterprise by the Malita Enterprise Peblishi ng Con. pany, ~rrnd is the only person aiuthorized by the Company to contract any indebtedness on cecount of the Company or to collect any bills payable to the C'ompany. The ,Malta Enterprise Pl'bl ishing Corm paty. THOSE YOUNG CANDIDATES. Finding no other charge to fling at the flawless character of the candidates on the Republican state ticket the opponents of protection and prosperity have found fault with some of the nominees because they are young men. The charge is a serious...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

AA.. L THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planned the STORIES Deed and Sought to Close Every Avenue of Knowl FAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. C e MT E- S The Detective Shows How Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY WillOut,"AlwaysHoldsGood." "(Copyright br F. L. Nelson THE LAST OF THE RED PEPPER THIEVES. T has been but a few months since New York i city rang with the story of two bank messengers held up in a taxicab, beaten and robbed of $25,000 right un der the shadow of Trinity spire. It brought ipstantly to my 'mind another sensa tional robbery that took place exactly at the same spot morq than twenty-five years ago. The details, strange to relate, were almost exactly similar except that the former thieves did not, of course, at tack a taxicab. But they more than doubled the taxicab robbers' haul, "get ting $53,000. They were widely known as the last of the famous "Red. Pepper Gang." Their capture follow ed as swiftly as did that of the re cent robber...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

SPARKS FAMILY HAPPENINGS THE KID EATS PAINTER'S PiE, BY EDWARD B. CLARK RS. SPARKS sat in the window of the little flat, darning. Tommy Sparks, aged four, had been allowed to go alone to play in the great yard that lies between the apart ment building and the swell private resi dence which faces the drive. Mr. Sparks was at his office, and all the young Sparkses, barring Tommy, were at school. From Mrs. Sparks' vantage point in the lit tle bay window she could catch occa sional glimpses of a painter in the big yard next door, who was moving along slowly from stone to stone painting the foundation of the house of their rich neighbor a subdued sort of red color. Mrs. Sparks was dreamily wonder ing why the foundation which had been pretty in its natural hue, need ed painting at all, when Tommy Sparks toddled in through the door way leading from the kitchen. Tommy had come up from the yard the back way. Tommy had some streaks of red running diagonally down from each corner of his mouth,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

EXCUSE ME! Novelised from the Comedy of the Same Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert From Photoedrplh of the ply s P educeed Hughe B Dy Henry W. Savage Copyright, 11, by I . Lt.ly ai SYNOPSIS. Lleut. Harry Mallory it ordered to the i+hlippines. He and Marjorie Newton decide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre .Nvents 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 lop, a Yankee business man. The elopers ave an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jimmie" Wellington bound Ior Reno to get a divorce, boards train in maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jimmie appears. CHAPTER IV. (Continued.) When he managed to wrench his skull free, he was ready to murder his tormentor. But as soon as he con fronted the doddering and blinking toper, he was helpless. Drunken men have always been treated with great fenderness in America, and when Wel lington, seeing Lathroy's white hair, exclaimed with rapture...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by TlE 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 Congressman William Sulzer was nominated for governor of New York at Syracuse by the Democrats after a four-hour session that was filled with exciting events. Although Sulzer was really nominated by acclamation, the fourth ballot was completed in compli ance with the statutes. Martin H. Glynn was nominated for lieutenant governor. President Taft made seven speeches in front of a talking machine. These speeches will be "canned," used in the campaign and filed away in the con gressional library or state department files beside moving pictures of Mr. Taft. Collier's Weekly charges that al leged facsimiles of the Archbold let ters published in Hearst's magazine are forgeries. The Democratic national com...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

*Malta Mercantile Company This is the Flour ., . O iur can try at u Our fall line of goods are just like Our Risk -. Just read thisBakin Guar-....... Occident Flour--None Better Made. antee, Madame Housekeeper: Here is a flour so perfect in bread- Call and see our -Men's W ork line making properties, so pure, the mill ers guarantee-not just the flour-- *f SWEATERS and COATS, but every bit of baking done with O SWEATERS and COATS this flour. Your bread-biscuit cake-pastry must be better if made with Occident Flour- than with an SHOES, OVER SHOES and RUBBERS other flour you have ever used. If Occident fails to please you more than any other flour, we SHEEP LINED COATS, PANTS, SHIRTS, are authorized by the Russell-Miller Milling Co. to re fund your money.. You are to be OVERALLS and UNDERWEAR must lead you to decide. O If there is a flour so much better . A ' than all other flour that the BAKING Everythng in H rdware can be guaranteed you surely want to E find it. Costs More-Worth It S...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 10 October 1912

The King of Hats Edwards & McLellan HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Our total enrollment now is 141 pupils. Willie Cotter entered Miss Bocan's room Monday. George Wolfe is back in school and is in Miss Harvey's room. Eva and John Town have returned to school and are in Miss O'Connor's room. Mamie Beasley and William Cook ingham started to school in the eighth grade Monday. Miss Iliarvey's pupils have taken up penmanship. They are using the Palmer system. Miss Flora -ims, the connty super intenldent of schools, is visiting our schools this week. Lillie Davidson has been out of school Ior a week but we hope she will be with us again soon. Every school in Montana is re quired to have"a fire drill every week. This week we cleared the building in fifty seconds. 1.T. The Malta Drug Company The Rexall and Nyall Store. A full line of those celebrated rem edies on hand, each being fully guaranteed. Agent for the Celebrated National Cigar Stand line. EASTMAN KOI)AKS EDISON PIIONOGRAPIIS Ligget & Te...

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