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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

_'_HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2. NO. 50 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR DIRECT AUTO ROAD TO KALISPELL Two Small Gaps in Lincoln Would Complete Wagofi Road from Spokane to Park. Wm. E. Dawson, the Jenninze merchant, who is taking an active interest in the proposed through road from Kalispell to Libby, re cently made a trip from Jennings th Kalispell on a motorcycle in 8 hours and the return trip in 7 hours. Mr. Dawson says that less than $6,ooo ,would build a first-class road from Jennings Junction to "Libby, which would practically complete it through from Kalis `'He went to Kalispell Sunday, in the interest of the road, and be lieves that the right kind of work will soon cause the road to be built from the Junction to the Idaho line, making a continuous and di rect road from Spokane to the Gla cier National park, which will at tract hundreds of visitors from not only the Coast country, but from Butte, Helena and other Montana cities, a number of whos...

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. — 23 May 1912

DAVE'S ARGUMENT By COLLINS HARTLEY (Copyrighted, 1912, by Assoclated IAterary Press) Carlsen gritted his teeth as the sur veying party went by. "It's come," he called A girl stepped to the door way and gazed after the wagon. She did not need to be told what had come. For the last three months the Bitter Creek Irrigation Company had been an item of state interest. It was their project to dam the creek in real ity a small river, at the upper valley, in pounding the water and parceling it out to the farmers through their irri gation ditches. It was announced by the favoring papers as one of the most valuable ideas ever advanced. By others it was denounced as a steal, but the company kept on its way, deaf alike to praise or abuse. The legisla ture was pretty certain to vote for the scheme and that was all it wanted. Bitter creek originated high up in the range, flowing down through the upper valley and making a sharp turn to the right as the gulch forked into a Y. West Gulch, through wh...

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. — 23 May 1912

EXPERIMENTS IN BREEDING HORSES FOR U. S. CAVALRY Two Well Known Stallions, Henry of Navarre and Octagon, Placed at Command of Farmers in Vicinity of Front Royal, Virginia-Colts Bring $150 When Three Years Old. United States Cavalry Horse. The public generally knows that the government has outlined a plan to encourage the breeding of horses for the army whereby mare owners in suitable sections will have the com mand of service to first-class stallions free, in return for which they agree to give the United States options on resulting foals at a fair price. The plan was taken up as a means to pro vide a good supply of horses such as the army needs, which, strange as it may seem, is rapidly becoming more and more limited. An appropriation was suggested at the last session of congress, but no action was taken, one objection being that the plan was not practical-that farmers would not enter into such agreements with the government. Fortunately, funds were available to make an experiment ...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHRD EVERY THURSDAY THE HERALD PUBIJSHING COMPANY G. BE. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1q11, at the postoflce at libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. MAY 23, 1912. Theodore Brown has purchased the Jim Sanfacon saloon. Senator Leary, E. W. Doe and Theo. Tucker, a Spokane visitor, made a last week-end trip to Gran ite lake, and report fine fishing at that famous resort. Joe Allen and Billy Williams have gone to Great Northern moun tain to do assessment on their min ing property and will be gone most of the summer. A steady rain Monday and Mon day night, followed by more Tues day night and yesterday has fresh ened up vegetation all around. A summary of the weather rec ord for the week ending May IX, reported by Observer W. R. Otis, Libby, shows six clear days and one partly cloudy. The warmest day was on the 14, being 85 above, and the coolest was on the 12th, registering 27 above at the lowest point....

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

500 New Subscribers For this purpose we have employed for the month of May the services of a First-Class Photographer to take Portraits, Ranch ar Scenic Views, Buildings, Animals, or will copy any photograph which you may wish to have reproduced---given free as follows: . To every new yearly subscriber 12 Photo Postcards To every back subscriber who pays up a year 12 Photo Postcards To every subscriber, already paid Up, who pays a year in advance 12 Photo Postcards Why not have the baby's picture on a postcard to send to friends or relatives ? Why not have your home or ranch on a postcard ? How about having your pet animal taken ? Or what's the mat ter with your own photo ? These photos tell more than all the letters you can write. Subscribers outside of Lincoln county, under the above conditions, may secure the dozen postcards in scenic views of the American Kootenai section, or may send photos of their own for reproduction. Photos will be taken within two miles of any town or vill...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

!3 8VNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, banker's son, under the evil influence of Robert Underwood, fellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis sipation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who died in prison, and is disowned by his father. He is out of work and in desperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper ous circumstances. Taking advantage of his intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a sort of social highwayman. Discovering his true character, Alicia denies him the house. He sends her a note threatening suicide. Art dealers for whom he acted as commissioner, demand an accounting. He cannot make good. Howard calls at his apartments in an intoxicated condi tion to request a loan of $2,000 to enable him to take up a business proposition. Underwood tells him he is in debt up to his eyes. Howard drinks himself into a maudlin condition, and goes to sleep on a divan. A caller is announced and Under wood draws a screen around the dru...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

SHIP'S NAME CHANGED STRANGE TALE OF ADVENTURES ON PARAGUAY FILIBUSTER TRIP. Forced to Work at Pistol's Point They Sue Boat's Owner for Wages Government Now Is to Be Asked Why It Permitted Neutrality Breach. Antwerp.-The crew of the steamer Zeebrugge, which sailed from here the night of October 12 with a cargo of arms and ammunition, it was thought for Portuguese royalists, returned the other day to Antwerp. They related a remarkable story. It appears that the steamer and its cargo were not intended for the Partuguese royalists, but for the Par. aguayan revolutionists. She carried 250 tons of powder, four large cannon, one mlachine gun, 6,000 rifles, a wire less apparatus, uniforms and other military supplies. A Spaniard Takes Command. There were two English passengers and five Spanish passengers aboard. One of the Spaniards, Arricos by name, assumed direction of affairs as soon as the steamer was out of sight of land. The Zeebrugge. instead of proceed. ing for Port Stanley, Falkland...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 23 May 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED RVERY THTURSDAY my 111E HEALD PUBUSIKC COMIPANY G. E. SHAWLRR - - Buasiness Mg Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postofflee at Libby, Mon. tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THTIURSDAV. MAY 23, Ig91. Call for Democratic County Mass Convention. Notice is hereby given to all the Democratic voters of Lincoln coun ty, Montana, that a mass conven tjon will be held in Libby on the 25th day of May, 1912, at three o',clock p. n., for the purpose of electing eight delegates and eight alternate delegates to attend the state convention to be held in Butte, Montana, Wednesday, May 29, 1912, for the purpose of elect ing eight delegate; and eight alter nate delegatas to attend the Demo cratic National convention to he held in the city of Baltimore, Md., on the 25th day of J me, 1912. And for the plurpose of elect iln eight delegates and eight alternate delegates to attend the state con. vention to he held in Great Falls at t a timte to be fix...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 30 May 1912

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL 2. NO. 51 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR THE KOOTENAI PRAYER: "HOW LONG, 0, LORD! HOW LONG?" ONE MORE FERRYBOAT VICTIM DRAWN IN On Friday last the tree to which the ferryboat was anchored blew down, and the boat drifted to mid stream and became submerged, though still attached to the cable. Tuesday afternoon a party in a boat went out the ferry to attach a rope, intending to cut the cable and let the ferryboat drift around to shore. Tom Murphy was toll ing out the line from the rear of the boat when his feet became en tangled in the coils and he was jerked overboard. In spite of the efforts of his companions and be fore a large crowd lining the shore he was drowned. An inquest was held yesterday morning and a verdict of accidental drowning was returned. Murphy was about 34 years old and has lived here for the past nine or ten years. The funeral will be held this afternoon. Two years ago this coming I7th of June five lives w...

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. — 30 May 1912

wpF ll~u-<n PollII May Do Away With Fee at Mt. Vernon 2D S W ASHINGTON.-The legislature of Virginia is now considering the propriety of enacting a law which will do away with a 25-cent admission fee charged at the gate to Mount Vernon, the home of Washington. Earnest pro tests have been made by many citi zens of the state against the charging of any fee for admission to the grounds, on the theory that the public generally, without restraint, ought to be free to enter the grounds and in spect the many interesting things that are to be found there. The legis lature of Virginia originally incor porated the ladies' society which owns the Mt. Vernon estate, and has made it what it is today, and of course an amendment of that act, cutting out the admission fee, may be made when ever the legislature in its wisdom sees fit. Two years ago, when the legis lature was in session, a similar move ment was put under way, but there was not legislation. This time the ef fort has been renewed with...

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. — 30 May 1912

Hoods Sarsaparilla Will purify your blood, clear your complexion, restore your .appetite, relieve your tired feel. ing, build you up. Be sure to take it this spring. Get it today in usual liquid form or tablets called Sarsatabs. 100 Doses $1. REAL ESTATE I OR SALE-142 A. IN OKANOGAN CO., Wash.; 110 a. cult., 10 a. apple trees; house, barln. outbldgs: good townsite proposition. Addr., FRIER, Box 319, Chicago. 184 A. IN FLATHEAD CO., MONT., NEAR Kalispell; 5 r. house, outbldgs., 3000 trees, etcr.; excellent dairy and fruit farm; will sacri fice. Addr., GREGG, Box 319, Chicago. FOR SALE-GEN. MERCHANDISE STORE, doing $45,000 per year, thriving town; com plete stock of groceries, miners' supplies, etc.; cheap rent; big money maker: will sacrifice. WILSON MERCANTILE CO., Leland, Ore. FOR SALE--WELL. PAYING SODA WATER factory and cigar jobbing bus. in this town; complete in every detail" brcck bld ; great bargain. GEO. McCUTCHEON, 601 E. Front, Butte, Mont. FOR SALE-CENERAL MERCIHANDISE st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 30 May 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLTSHRD EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBIJSHING COMPANY G. R. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-claes matter August 17, 1911, at the postofice at Libby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. MAY 30, 1912. Dr. Auld reports the birth of a boy baby at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beale, on Friday morn ing, May 24. The war department has ar ranged for joint maneuvers at Fort Harrison August 15, for the Mon tana national guard and the regular army troops stationed at that post. I,. S. Booth returned Saturday from his ranch at Comanche. P J. Brophy, manager of the Libby Placer company, came down from the property Friday and went to Butte for a week's visit. He now has 21 men employed and says that everything indicates a succes. ful season. The Girls' Art club, which met last Saturday afternoon with Viva Dennis, at the home of her parents, passed a delightful session in vari ons phases of needlework art and 1 closed with a dainty lunch. F. N...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 30 May 1912

Press Gang Pulls off Political Stunt. The Chicago Press club is mod eled after the famous Gridiron club of Washington City and pulls off some burlesque political stunts that are a delight to thousands. The Chicago club gave one of these shows the other night by holding the republican national convention a month in advance of the time set for it, thus securing a "scoop." Taft, Roosevelt, LaFollette,Can non, Champ Clark, Wilson, Hearst and even Clark's celebrated "houn' dawg" were on the stage. About 150 persons took part in the per formance. The curtain rose on a conven tion scene. A few seonds later the New York delegation entered, car rying a banner inscribed "Jim Jeffries Thought So, Too." The lone Roosevelt delegate was tied and blindfolded. Roosevelt, clad in a cowboy out fit, followed quickly. After ex claimning "Llars," he threw his hat into the audience. Then he de scribed a chalk ring on the stage and threw another hat in it. In snappy sentences he explained he was not a can...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 30 May 1912

Im SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffries, bankar's son, under the evil inlluence of Robert Undlerwood, fellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis aipation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who died in prison, and is disowned by his father. lHe is out of work and in dlesperate straits. Underwood. who had once been engaged to Howard's step.. mother, Alicia, is apparently In prosper ous circumstances. Taking advantage of his intimacy with Alicia, he hecomes a sort of seeil hlglhwayntan. Discovering his true charncttr, Alicia tdnl 1d him the ioustIs. lHe sends her a note threatening uihide. .\Art dealers for whom he acted as eOlltnlssioller, demand an accounting. Hie cannot make good. HTTward calls at his apartments In an iitnoxieted condi tion to requlest a loan of $2,000 to enable bi i to tlak lip a 1,usineo.: proposition. lrnderwood tells hint he is in debt up to his eyes. llward drinks himself Into a rnalidlln condrition, and goes to sleep on a dllvan. A caetllr is atlnouncodi anld Under woo...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 30 May 1912

-I - IShamrock I and Roses By JOHN KIRK ADAMS (Copyright, zgor, by Assoqiated Literary Press) Ann Burns passed the little flower shop twice a day when she went to and from her work in the wholesale millinery house down town. It was Ann's business to sell artificial flow. ers to the country buyers who were patrons of the place, but the masses of tinted silk and cotton blossoms were but a mockery to her flower-lov ing nature. She yearned for the liv ing, scented blooms. The little florist shop was tucked away between two tall buildings and there was but one window in which to display the flowers. Against a changing background of ferns or palms there appeared bunches of dark blue violets in imitation cut glass vases, or tall Jars of roses, golden headed chrysanthemums, waxen lilies, and every other flower in its season but always roses and violets. Ann's blue eyes peered wistfully through the window and vied with the hue of the violets there. Her pretty nose tried to sniff the fragranc...

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. — 30 May 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PIUBLISIJHD EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SITAWI,.R - - BusitensMgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 1911, at the postoflice at Lihhy, Mon tana, tinder the Act of March 3, 1879. TIIURSI)AV. MAY 23, 1912. Democratic County Con. vention. About fifty representatives of the democratic party met in the court room in l,ibby Sdturyay aft ernoon to name delegates and alter nate delegates to the two state con vent ions. The meeting was called to order by the county chairman, Timothy Miller, and the official call read. Geo. E. Davis of Troy, the nestor of Lincoln county democracy, was unanimously chosen chairman, and Frank McCarthy of Lihhy secre tary. But one committee was named, and that on resolutions. The nam ing of the delegates and alternates was left to the floor of the conven tion. MAkssrs. B. F. Maiden, Hon. J. E. Leary of Libby and Sant Mc Cart \ of Eurhea were named as com mittee on tesolutions and brought in the following repo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 6 June 1912

STHE LIBBY HERALD VOL 2. NO. 52 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR PRESBYTERIANS LAY CORNERSTONE On Tuesday evening June 4, 1912, a goodly number of the cit izens of Libby gathered at the cor ner of Lincoln Boulevard and Montana Ave. to witness the laying of the corner stone of the First Presbyterian church building. After the singing of a verse of "I love thy kingdom," and a brief invocation by the paster of the church, a letter from Rev. Geo. M. Fisher, in which he stated that the Sabbath school out of which the church grew was organized May 3, 1893, and had never been aban doned and that this was the first re ligious organization in this region, was read. Then followed the reading of a brief history of the church, the roll of communicants,the officers of the church, etc. Then Mr. Herbst read a list of subscribers to the building fund of the church. All these papers were placed in the vault prepared for them by Mrs. Swanson, one of the covenant m...

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. — 6 June 1912

-s dU W61A~Y E14, U @ET®ý THIRD DEGRJL VCHAn Lr KLEIN V ~~AND ARTHUR HORNBLOW V ILLUSTWATION$ BY RAY WALTLR$ COPYRIGNT, 1909, BY O W. DILLINGNAM COlMMWY 18 SYNOPSIS. Howard Teffries, banker's son, under the evil infiunnce of Robert Underwood. fellow-student at Yale, leads a life of dis sipation, marries the daughter of a gam bler who died in prison, and is disowned by his father. He is out of work and in desperate straits. Underwood, who had once been engaged to Howard's step mother, Alicia, is apparently in prosper pus circumstances. Taking advantage of his intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a sort of social highwayman. Discovering his true character, Alicia denies him the house. He sends her a note threatening suicide. Art dealers for whom he acted as commissioner, demand an accounting. He cannot make good. Howard calls at his apartments in an intoxicated condi flon to request a loan of $2,000 to enable him to take up a business proposition. Underwood tells him he is in debt up to t...

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. — 6 June 1912

His Last Investment By MICHAEL J. PORTER When George Graham Colville, at the age of twenty-five, was left a leg acy of half a million dollars by an uncle, his friends said of the lucky man: "George is all right. He won't risk a dollar of that money in speculation. He is a young man with a wise old head on him." Young Mr. Colville had been living for several years on an income from that uncle. He had lived quietly and conservatively. He was a man of leisure, so to say, but not a spend thrift. He kept out of debt, did not permit his tailor to rob him, and his tips to chauffeurs and waiters were on a ten per cent. basis. He was just the man to invest half a million dol lars in real estate and wait years to see it double in value. When it was known that the money had been de posited with a trust company to await a safe investment, all the gray-haired men in the club congratulated the young man again. The man who argues that he or any other man can suddenly receive a great sum of money w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 6 June 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBTISHED EVERYV THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PiIBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - EnsineaaMgr. Entered' ua becond-class matter Angust 17, 19u, at the postoffce at Libby, Mon tano, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1912. William Criderman came in on Friday from Vermillion and report ed developement work in that dis trict lively. He returned Wednes day by way of Trail creek to look over the trail so they can take in their supplies from [,ibhy. Paul Sanfacon and family of Warland spent Sunday in Libby. J. P. Bowen has laid out eighty acres of his ranch adjoining town, in acre tracts, which he has put on the market. Harry Blakely, the track walkrr who was shot by Dominick Mauro and taken to Whitefish, it is said, will get well in spite of his serious wounds. He was shot three times through the body. Mauro has not yet been captured, but the sheriffs office has not given up hopes of apprehending him. Mrs Louis DesRosia and children have gone to Merrtll, Wi...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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