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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

PARAL SEL THE CRIMINAL Tells How He Planhed the STORIES Deed and Sought to Close Every Avenue of Knowl ef FAMOUS edge Leading to His Guilt. C Rt i M ES The Detective Shows How Futile These Efforts Were and How the Old Adage, Murder By HENRY C. TERRY Will Out,"AlwaysHoldsGood." ( opyright by . L. Nelsoa THRILLING ADVENTURES OF TWO "SECOND4STORY MEN." A lMONG the changes that Smay be noted in the meth ods of thievery in America none is more marked than passing of the "second story man." He earned his title from the fact that his work always was done' above the ground. While second story robberies still, and always will, occur, the great' school of the past, of which "Big Frank" McCoy, Pete McCracken and "Kid" Kelly were leaders, is a thing of the past. The boldness with which "second story men" operate makes it appear to the unprofessional mind that an unusual amount of risk is involved. As a matter of fact, the risk is not so great as in any number of other styles of robbery. In New ...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

Will Soon Wake Up. Cincinnati woman declares she has liscovered a man without a fault. Wait till they've been married tea rears.--Milwaukee Sentinel. Knew a Poet's Troubles. "Had a queer experience recently," said the Billville poet. "Robber held me up on the highway. Didn't have a cent in my pocket-only a poem which I was takin' to the editor." "Didn't take the poem, did he?" "No. Read three lines of it, handed it back to me and said: 'Friend, here's $2. You need it worse than I do."' -Atlanta Constitution. The Farmer's Search. While plowing, a Crawford county farmer near Helper had the misforo tune to lose a small part from his cul tivator in the plowed ground. Soon a neighbor came by. "Lost some thing?" he asked. Soon another came by and asked the same question. And then another. Pretty soon a man he didn't like anyhow approached. "Lost something?" he asked. The farmer looked up in supreme disgust. "Oh. no;* just digging worms for my pet buzzard," he replied.-Kansas City Star. Op...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

. . ..... ..... IN WESTEiRN CANADA IT. IS CERtAIN. The story of the Big Farmer in Western Canada, and the immense profits he has made in the growing of grain, has been told and retold. 'He has been found in all parts of the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta. His splendid farm build. -ngs have been piotured,h'is traction outfits described and his princely sur roundings, resultant of his success in growing grain, have been portrayed by letter, press and camera. It certainly is not to his discredit that by suc cessfully applying common sense and up-to-date methods to the conditions that climate, a good soil, and splendid market have placed at hand, that he has made the best use of them. He is not too proud to admit that he came to the country a very few years ago handicapped as to money, leaving be hind him unpaid mortgages in his old home land (which are now wiped out), and he is'still today the same good. hearted fellow he was in the days that he had to work for a neig...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by WEE 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. Washington Desiring to seek his senate seat free from criticism of money taint or corruption, Albert J. Beveridge of In diana returned unused in the 1904 campaign $57,500, which had been donated to him by George W. Perkins, Edward McLean and Gifford Pinchot, from testimony given by Indianians before the Clapp campaign and in vestigating committee in Washington. C. F. Adams of Chicago, the negro assistant registrar of the treasury, re signed to become connected with the Republican campaign headquarters in New York. President Taft has ap pointed J. P. Strickland, a negro, of Arkansas, to succeed Adams. Commissioner Denett of the general land office ordered that 49,080 acres of unappropriated land, excluded f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

This is the Flour . :. you can try at : ..... Our Risk = . Just read this Baking Guar- , antee, Madame House keeper Here is a flour so perfect in bread making properties, so pure, the mill ers guarantee-not just the flour but every bit of baking done with this flour. Your bread-biscuit- cake-pastry must be better if made with Occident Flour than with any other flour you have ever used. If Occident fails to please you more than any other flour, we are authorized by the *-' Russell-Miller Milling Co. to re fund your money. You are to be the sole judge. Your own baking " must lead you to decide. .... If there is a flour so much better than all other flour that the BAKING can be guaranteed you surely want to find it. Costs More-Worth It Occident Flour is made entirely n from the hard, glutinous spring wheat of North Dakota-the best Bread Wheat grown. It has the most nu triment and the best raising properties. Occident Flour never varies. It is alwh ys the same highest quality. Let us ta...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 31 October 1912

Notice of Contest Department of the Interior, Uuited Sates Land Office, Glasgow. Montana, October 13th, 1912. To Allen Stevens. Deceased. of l'hillips, Mon tans, and his unknown heirs. Contestec: You are hcreby notified that GEORGE A. CHAlMIERS who gives Malta, Valley Co., Montana as his Post office address, did on October 7th, 1912. file in this office his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your home stead entry No. 31i71. Serial No'.03511, made Octo ber 1. t190i for S 1E0SE1 '. Sec. 5, NE liNEiHo Sec. 8, West Ore Half NW'l Section 9, Township 29 N. Range 29 E. Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his contest lhe alleges that said Allen Slevens, did not during his lifetime estab lishl and maintain his residence upon said land. nor his hellr or niy otlhr person for them or in their behatf resid:ed upon or made any improve mnents upon (or cultivated any tart of said land since his death, but that said land has been wholly abandoned for more than f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

T HE ENTERPRISE. " "LS"E-. · VOL. 5 MALTA. MONTANA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1912 NO. 30 WOODROW WILSON IS ELECTED PRESIDENT DEMOCR W IC PARTY WINS BY OVERWHELMING MAJORITY It Also Leads In The Race On State Ticket On Tuesday the Democrats swept the country by an overwhelming ma jority electing Woodrow Wilson President, with the probability that Congress will be democratic in both branohes. The vote given the dem ocratic ticket is unprecedented. On the face of the returns Wilson will receive 387 electoral votes, 'R.oosevelt 99, Taft 12 with 3:3 doubtful. The states carried by Taft are Ida ho, Utah and Vermont, and those carried by Roosevelt are Illinois, Kansas, Michigan, Pennsylvania and YWashington, Wilson carired the rest. It was the worst landslide in his tory. The Democratic majority in the house is greatly increased -,while indicatious are that the republican I majority in the Senate will be over come March 4th. The first returns from republican strongholds foreshadowed a Demo cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

THE ' ENTERPR I SE THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUl. CO., PRoPs. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Entered in the post ofilce at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION $2.00 PER YEAR CANADIAN SUBSCRIPTION. $2.50 PER YEAR Published Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & MCLELLAN History has repeated itself. Twenty years ago the Demo crats swept the country and elected Grover Cleveland pres ident of the United States but not by such a big majority. At that time the country was enjoying an era of great prosperity, Subsequently Congress with Cleveland's ap proval passed the Gorman-Wilson tariff bill for revenue only. A panic followed and it was not until the Republicans regained control that conditions changed for the better. This year the country was the most prosperous in its history. Roosevelt, thirsting for power and finding back. ers in trust officials who wanted to oust Mr. Taft, or ganized a third party, believing rough-riding tactics would split the party and defeat T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

And Numbness in the Hands and Arms. This Iowa Woman Was In a Serious Condition and Her Cure Will interest Many. A cure of unusual interest and im portance is related by Mrs. J. H. Mor. gan, of Correctionville, Iowa. After being a hopeless sufferer from sick headaches, she is now entirely free from attacks. She tells of her cure by 'Dr. Williams' Pink Pills, as follows. "Some years ago I was in a terribly nervous and run-down condition and suffered greatly from nervous head. aches. I was treated for three months by a specialist in Chicago, who advised me to wear glasses, but he did not help me. My head seemed as though it would burst, and I had frequent di..y spells. I was in despair of getting well until I read about Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People and began taking them. A few boxes cured me and since then I have used them as a family medicine. "Before the birth of my last child I suffered untold agony with pain and SumbnguAsLn my hands and arms up to 1iheshoulders. My hand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

A e " n.r2 . ... a rrt:. , +: " x"47 :"A::. , . :.;.f.... , . c r .:1rA SCO . Ai }} e fzBw ·It. i..i ,ý.ý;;::`,9ý !ý.ý,. ý _ A/r.'"ýA9nrM"'!::ks.. N a perfect sunny morning in Feb rusry we stood on the hillside over looking the town of Ajaccio and rejoiced that we had come to Cor sica. The magnificent gulf lay be fore us with a grand range of mountains on the opposite shore, and, best of them all, Monte d'Oro rose up eight thousand feet into the sky, his peak decked with just a sprinkling of snow, as if he alone could wear that glittering crown while all lesser heads remained uncovered. In early spring the neighborhood of Ajaccio is very beautiful There is a fascinating daintiness about the almond blossom, and you may look from its delicate pink over the soft. gray olives and the shining blue water to the purple haze of the mountains beyond. Many lovely walks are to be had all around, but to see the full beau ties of the island one must go further afield. Soon after our arrival we e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

SECUSE ME! Novelized from the Comedy of theSame Name By ILLUSTRATED Rupert - Fro Photleodrse of tke Play n Produced Hghes rw f W. su r . oaje 8 SYNOPSIS. Lieut. Harry Mallory Is ordered to the Philippianes. He and MarJorie Newton Tecide to elope, but wreck of taxicab pre Lents their seeing minister on the way to he train. Transcontinental train is tak ng on passengers. IPorter has a lively me with an Englishman and Ira Lath rop, a Yankee business man. The alopers have an exciting time getting to the train. "Little Jimmie" Wellington, bound for Reno to get a divorce, boards train in maudlin condition. Later Mrs. Jimmie appears. She is also bound for Reno with -ame object. Likewise Mrs. Sammy Whit comb. Latter blames Mrs. Jimmie for per marital troubles. Classmates of Mal lory decorate bridal berth. Rev. and Mrs. 'em.ple start on a vacation. They decide to cot loose and Terple removes evidence of his calling. M rie decides to let Mallory proceed alon, but train starts while they are l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by THE MALTA ENTERPRISEI PUB. CO. MALTA. .- - * MONTANA : SUMMARY I ! • i ! i O I WEEK'SEVENTS i " 0 Washington Alarmed at the growth of the revo lution in Santo Domingo, President Taft ordered the cruiser Baltimore and the tender Yankton to Santo Do mingo immediately. $ S * Contributions totaling $591,032 and expenditures of $558,311 in the Repub lican campaign fund were disclosed in the financial statement of the Re publican national committee, filed with the clerk of the house of repre sentatives. Charles P. Taft, brother of the president, appeared as the largest contributor. He gave $56,000. Politics Chairman Hilles of the Republican national committee has called a meet ing of the national committee for No vember 12 in Chicago to select a suc cessor to James S. Sherman as the Republican candidate for vice-presi dent. More than 15,000 men, women and children greeted Col. Theodore Roose velt at Madison Square garden when he made his first public address...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

ig hipment Ameeicrnn e Make Buttons. We have the Lady Corsets Just In ) Latest Improved Button Machine R. M. TRAFTON' S THE PIONEER STORE Bargains! Bargains! Ladies silk dresses and waists to close out at exactly half price. Odd pieces of men's all wool under wear at half price. Men's fleeced lined two piece underwear. Regular;' $1.50 values--per suit $1.00 Odd pieces of Ladies and Children's Underwear at a fraction of cost. Men's Turtle Neck Sweaters to close out at less than half price. A Carload of Wenatchee Apples--Good Winter Keepers at $1.65 per box. Buy your winter supply now. TRAFTON'S PIONEER STORE cF ,,AA This is the Flour you can try at ,.p.::..-..i:.:' Our Risk Y .N:ii i.: Just read this Baking Guar- . , antee, Madame Housekeeper: Here is a flour so perfect in bread making properties, so pure, the mill ers guarantee-not just the flour- but every bit of baking done with this flour. Your bread-biscuit- 7 cake '-pastry must be better if made with Occident Flour than with an...

Publication Title: Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 7 November 1912

Notice of Coe.est Department of the Interior, Uunited Sates Land ffice Glasgow, Montana, October 13th, 1912. To Allen Stevens. Deceased, of Phillips, Mon tana, and his unknown heirs, Contestee: You are hereby notified that GEORGE A. CHAMBERS who gives Malta, Valley Co., Montana as his post office address, did on October 7th, 1912, file in this omce his duly corroborated application to contest and secure the cancellation of your home stead entry No. 3674, Serial No'.0311, made Octo berl, 1906 for SEl4SE/A, Sec. 5, NERNEU Sec. 3, West One Half NWVS Section 9, Township 29 N. Range 29 E. Montana Meridian, and as grounds for his contest he alleges that said Allen Stevens, did not during his lifetime estab lish and maintain his residence upon said land, nor his heirs or any other person for them or in their behalf resided upon or made any improve ments upon or cultivated any part of said land since his death, but that said land has been wholly abandoned for more than four years last past....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

MArIAA. MONrTANA. 1'HtJtr Y. NOVEMBFER 14, 1912 NO. 31 UiiTH DOUSON DITCH BIDS ARE OPENED HERE Satisfactory Figures Suggest Early Letting of Contracts Bids were opened at the office of the Reclamation service here Monday for excavation work on the Dodson north canal. There were three bid ders and on the face of the proposals they seem to be satisfactory and will result in an early award of contracts. Tebbs & Taggart of Cowley Wyoming were the lowest bidders on schedule No. 1 at $17,650, while J. E. Hilton of:Dodson is the lowest on schedules 2 and 3 at $74,500. This work involves the removal of about 420,000 cubic yards of earth, and covers about ten miles in the vi cinity of Wagner and Exeter. It is the belief of the reclamation officials that if the contracts are let at once a lot of work can be done this fall and possibly through the winter. It also is expected that the coni tractors for the south Dodson ditch will begin operations this fall be cause of the present open weath...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

THE ENTERPRIS: THE MALTA ENTERPRISE PUB. CO.. PRoPs. H. J. MOCK, Manager and Editor. Entered in the post offlice at Malta, Montana as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION .$2.00 PER YEAR CANA DI A N SUI3SCRIPTION, $2.3O0 PERl YEAR l'nubished Every Thursday in the Year. EDWARDS & McLELLAN MR. WILSON'S CABINET. Now that the election is over and apparent Iy the democrats have se cured compleote control interest centers in the make-up of Wilson'i cabinet. It goes without saying that Brvan can have anything he wants, and certainly will he Wil son's chief tadviser in the selection of cabinet members. Mr Brvy'il has been mentioned as Secretary of State, but he is silent on thei subject There is a strong suspicion, how ever that. he would prefer to go to Loiilon as Ambassador. Champ Clark doubtless plrefers to remain in the Spe aker's chair and (O)scar Un dlerwood colna Ihe of more service to h ;iarty is tlooir leader in the House of lReprerent atiyes. There will be no limit to the de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

WILSON SWEEPS COUNTRY DBMOCRATIC PARTY WINS A CLEAN-OUT VIbTORY, RETAINING CONTROL OF NEXT HOUSE BY A iBIG MAJORITY AND PRACTICALLY ASSURING THEMSELVES OF SENATE CONTROL. ROCK-RIBBED REPUBLICAN STATES WON :BY JERSEYITE Solid South and a Majority of Northern States Swell Electoral Tetal of Winning Party.-Roosevelt Runs Second, Winning Illinois, Pennsylvania, tinnesota, and Other States.- Taft Gets But 12. New York. - Only the usual uncer tainty of a few close states whose elec toral vote in no way can affect the elec tion of Wilson and Marshall, specula tion over the popular vote of the three presidential candidates and the com plexion of legislatures that will name United States senators had interest in the final returns of Tuesday's gen eral election. Wilson, it is now sure, has carried Illinois by a plurality of approximately 16,000, but the incomplete returns that drifted in slowly from the remote counties at the foot of the state, strong Democratic territory, continually in crea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

Malta Enterprise. Published by F'IE 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' Congressanl Nicholas Longworth was defeated for re-election by Stan ley Dowdle, Democrat, by 85 votes, ac cording to the unofficial canvass of the vote in the First Ohio district. Longworth will not admit his defeat. The accession of Illinois and the loss of Minnesota gave President-elect Wilson a gain of 14 votes in the elec toral college, making his total, on the basis of unofficial returns, 442 to 77 for Roosevelt and 12 for Taft. In the gubernatorial elections, of which there were 29, the Democrats won in 17, the Republicans in 11 and the Progresives in one. The states electing Republicans are Idaho, Kan sas, North Dakota, Minnesota, New Hampshire, South Dakota, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Utah,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

AIER THE LAST ACT Stery of Suffering and Sorrow of Two Lovers in Play. By RICHARD BENNETT. Arthur Langdon had gone into the theater quite accidentally; he had been dining with a friend who was suddenly called away, and, passing homeward to his lodgings on Forty third street, he had stopped and found himself gazing with passing interest at the poster representing Miriam Grey in "The Looking-Glass." Under neath the picture was pasted a slip bearing the words "Opening night." Langdon looked at the picture with increasing anger and disdain. He im agined the morrow's criticisms-out flowings of eulogy upon "a great heart drama" or "a triumph of art" by some new dramatist-Paul Smith, this au thor called himself-who imagined that he had penetrated into the arcana of the universe and shared in every human experience! 'Then he bought a ticket and went in, in bitter mood, in order to sneer. So the curtain went up and the per formance began, and Langdon, sitting in his seat, prepared to satiate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Enterprise. — 14 November 1912

BACKACHE"GETS ON THE NERVES" Many who suffer from backache and weak kidneys are unnaturally irritable, fretful and nervous. Not only does constant backache "get on the nerves", but bad kidneys fail to eliminate all the uric acid from the system, and uric acid irritates the nerves, keeping you "on edge" and causing rheumatic, neuralgic pains. Doan's Kidney Pills cure these ills by curing the kidneys. Here's proof: A California Case: Mrs. B. Walsh, 1649 Tenth Avenue, San Frncisco,Cal.says: "I had such sharp, shooting pains through my kidneys it seeu'.e that a knife mere being thrustintotme. M back Wpa so lame could hardl stoo)p. Down's Kidney Pills enredmo after doe- .,. tors failed. I have haddno trouble 1 since." "Rwt, BaRsera Tu" &Be" GOct Doan'o at Any Drue Sne. SOs a Bo. D'OAN' KCPILLST FOSTER-MI..URN CO.. Bufalo.Nw York trade. Hasy work. Big W ANTED wages. I'ew'eek coa pietes. Jlxpert Instruo tion. To'ols given. -eantltfl Illustrated catalog free. Moler -ar -etr College, $1 ...

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