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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 15 August 1912

ST. LUKE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH. Rev. C. H. Linley, rector of Christ Episcopal church of Kalis pell, will hold services at the Meth odist church next Sunday morning at it o'clock. None of the small accidents to which everyone is liable is more annoying than to have a sliver of wood stuck into the hand, says Popular Science. Moreover, it is very painful if not promptly re moved. If the wood of the splinter is soft, its removal is not easy, if attempted with a needle or other sharp instrument. Steam may, however, he employ ed, without inconvenience or pain, and is very effective. A wide mouthed bottle, such as a milk bottle, should be filled nearly full of water as hot as the glass will stand, and.the injured part placed over the mouth of the bottle, press ing down slightly and preventing any steam from escaping. This will cause the flesh to be drawn down and in a minute or so the steam will extract the splinter, at the same time relieving all inflam mation. Teachers' and 8th grade examii...

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. — 15 August 1912

CHA DL $ KLEIN I ARTHUR HORNBLOW Y ILLUSTRATIONS BY RAY WALTER$ C~C9R.'~G , 1909, SY G.W. DILLINGHAM COMPANY SYNOPSIS. Howard Jeffrles, banker's son, under e evil Influence of Robert Underwood. lowe-student at Yale, leads a life of dis tPation, marries the daughter of a ganm 7lee who died In prison, and is disowned 4y his fti,her. He is out of work and in ties~pe'te straits. Underwood, who had mare been engaged to Howard's step ewother. Alicia. is apparently in prosper 5s5 clrumstances. Taking advantage of els intimacy with Alicia, he becomes a art of social highwayman. Discovering to true character. Alicia denies him the ouse. He sends her a note threatening tultt.e, Art dealers for whom he acted lie cannot make good. Howard calls at lis apartments in an intoxicated condi on to request a loan of $2.000 to enable fin to take tip a hbusiness proposition. lew rd drinks himself into a maudlin ,orrdilton, and goes to sleep on a divan. a caller is announced and Underwood tawts a screen a...

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. — 15 August 1912

GENIUS WAS WASTED BRIGGS WOULD HAVE THRIVEr IN WALL STREET. Tired of Borrowing Mr. Dunham's Sled, He Makes a Proposition for Buying It-Did DLn ham Grab It? Mr. Dunham had just finished his morning chores at the barn and was going in to breakfast when Briggs, the hired man, who had bought the neighboring Alden farm, appeared. He was a congenial person, with a well Dadded waistcoat and an engaging imile. "Morning!" said the newcomer, briskly. "Morning!" said Mr. Dunham. "I'm going to be neighborly right away," declared Briggs, with an air of simple frankness. "I want to bor row your wood sled for the day. I've had no time to get settled yet, and there's so much to do I do' know which way to turn, hardly. But I've got to get some wood down and I want to do it while the hauling's good." "That's all right," said Mr. Dunham. 'Take it and welcome. It's out there nnder the shed." A day or two later the new neigh bor came again. This time he had the oxen with him. He nodded cheer fully as he...

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. — 15 August 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERYV THIURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. . SITAWLER - - BusinessMgr. Entered as secondtlllass matter August 17, 19I1, at the postofflee at I,ibby, Mon tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSI)AY, AUG. 15, 1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. Democratic State Convention At a meeting of the executive committee of the democratic state central commit tee, thereto duly an thorized, held in the city of Butte on the 26th day of jnly, 1912, it was ordered that a democratic state convention, and it hereby is, called to meet in the city of Great Falls, Montana, at 12 o'clock noon on Thursday, the 29th day of August, 1912, for the purposre of nominat nug candidates of the party for the following offices. Four electors of president and vice president of the United States. United States senator. Two representatives in congress. A governor. A lieutenant governor. An associate justice of th...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1912

VOL.2. HE LIBBY HUERALD VOL. 2. NO.' II LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR UNKNOWN TAKES LIFE Crazy Individual With an idea That He Was BeingJSnow balled Ended His Existence by Jumping Into The Kootenai River Near the Falls Siturday evening a porter on Great Northern passenger train No. 2 noticed a man ot.a rock in the Kootenai river about two miles this side of the falls, and upon arriving here notified the county officials. Coroner George Ottawa and Deputy Sheriff Wiliam Curtis went to the scene and after over coming a number of difficulties succeeded in getting the body to land and brought the rem tins to Libby. The man was buried in the Libby Cemetery Tuesday even ing. A description of the man is as follows: He was evidently about 30 years of age, of a large and robust build, and from appearance a laboring man. He was dressed with a good outfit of clothes such as a laborer would wear, good u'iderclothing, woolen outside shirt, blue jumper, C...

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. — 22 August 1912

S ER IAL K TORY STANTON WINS ElMr . Ingre. Author of 'In. Game and the Candl," "The hIums MeWzi. t&c freiarls Therbmorg Copright 1I1%. The BobbeMerriU OomPail I CHAPTER I. The Man Who Dared. The official starter let his raised rm fall and leaned forward, peering a·soss the blended glare and darkness. "'What?" he shouted, above the pul sating roar of the eleven racing ma chines lined up before the judges' stand. "What?" There was a flurry around the cen tral car, whose driver leaned from his mat to stare down at the man who had slipped from beside him to the Pound. The great crowd congesting the grand-stand pressed closer to the barrier, staring also, commenting and Donjecturing. "The mechanician of the Mercury is Rf his car!" 'Fainted-" i "Fell-" "The automobiles hadn't started; he bmst be sick." The referee was already pushing his ray back, bringing the report from the hastily summoned surgeon. "Heart disease," he announced right tad left. "Stanton's mechanician just dropped of...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1912

THE "FIRST LADY OF LONDON" By the election of her husband to the important position of chairman of London county council, Lady Cheylesmore, an American woman, be comes in a sense the "First Lady of London." The county council, of course, is the real governing body of the greater city, and the position of chairman corresponds in a general way to that of mayor of a city like New York, the so-called lord mayor of London "ruling" over only the old city of London-about a square mile in area. Furthermore, Lord Chaylesmore himself is half American. His mother ; was Charlotte Harman of New Orleans and he is a living example of the advantage of wedding the hus tling, practical qualities of the Amer ican with the liberal conservative qual ities of the best English aristocracy. Lady Cheylesmore, who was Elizabeth French, daughter of F. O. French df New York, has become one of the most popular and respected women in English society. She is tall and hand some, and possesses that dignity which is...

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. — 22 August 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EV1RRV THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHIAWLER - - BusinessMg: Entered as second-class matter August 17, Iqn, at the postoflfce at Libby, Mon. tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAV, AUG. 22, 1912. Taft Helping ? the Poor For the second time in as many years President Taft has vetoed the bill to cut the excessive tariff on wool. In his latest veto message, as in the previous one, the presi dent refers to the necessity for pro tection on wool, and expresses the fear that the democratic bill, which he vetoed, would jeopardize the woolen industry hy "inviting com petition with the pauper labor of Europe." In the light of the president's second veto of the wool bill, which veto gives the woolen trust a-con tinuance of its privilege to plunder the consumer while at the same time paying its workers starvation wages, a page from the hearings in connection with the Lawrence strike inquiry imakes interesting reading. The witness is Miss...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1912

UNIQUE CONTESTS AT SPOKANE FAIR, All Sorts of Competllive Tests Have B6e: Flaneol, Any kind of a ge'nuine contest, from a foot race to an aeroplalnte rice, is iil Ways interesting, and the Spokane Fair management, appreciating this, have arranged for all sorts of competitive stunts to be pulled off during interstate Fair week. Sept. 30 to Oct. O. Of course the horse races are the mlinu events, andl $17,500 Is offered in purses for the horsemen, but the amateur fire. men's tournament, the miners' rock drilling contest and the lumbertuen's log chopping contest will be sure enough exciting. A long list of prizes has been ar ranged for the firemen. Any town can enter a tentm,. and many of the Ilniln Empire cities have agreed to havle their best men there. Five hundred dolla rs is given for ia two hand rock drilling exhibition, and the best mhen from the Coeur d'Alenes, from Butte, front the boundary country and even from Ne vada are expected. It Is a real novelty to see -these men, trai...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 22 August 1912

PRESERVE FOES' HEADS SOUTH AMERICAN TRIBE THAT EMBALMS THE TROPHIES. Method Employed Reduces the Grisly Relics to the Size of a Billiard Ball With Changing or Mutilating Features. The little-known Indian tribes that inhabit the more distant provinces of the South American republic of Ecua dor, in almost entire independence, have a strange custom of preparing the heads of their vanquished enemies in a manner which reduces them to extremely small dimensions, without changing or mutilating the features. For many years a war of extermina tion has been going on between the various tribes. Ambushes and night attacks are of frequent occurrence, and the parties often march dozens of leagues to surprise their enemies. The head of the vanquished chief is cut off and becomes the most esteemed booty of the victorious leader. It is then, in due time, desiccated and re duced by the latter by means of a proc ess, the secret of which has so far been jealously guarded. As far as is known, the skull,...

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. — 22 August 1912

P ARIB.-No matter how well sup plied one may be with sum mer outing togs, with snappy motoring and traveling dresses, with charming lace frocks for piazza wear and with trig linen and dimity dresses for morning use, one or two grand toilettes will be neces sary if there is to be any participa tion in ceremonious summer funo tions. Women dress very formally for aft ernoon bridge and auction parties now adays-in fact, some unkind cynic has remarked that the main reasons for these feminine card gatherings are not the promotion of sociability and the exercise of wits over an absorbing game, but the grand opportunity af forded for displaying smart clothes. At even an informal bridge-or auc tion, for that is now the fashionable game-hats are retained and many women retain also the gloves, slipping the hand portion under the open wrist. It is in better taste, however, and vastly cooler, to pull off the gloves and hold them in the lap or slip them into the bridge reticule, which is al ways ...

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. — 22 August 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET Otto Raasch of Kalispell :,pent the week in town. Jos. Branham was in from Ural the first of the week. Win. Mahan of Troy transacted business here Saturday. Ed Mltlnor was a 'Troy visitor in town the fore part of the week. George McCormick of Leonia was a business visitor in town Sat urday. Alexander Donahlson of Rex foford was a Libby visitor last Friday. B. A. MeClain, of the Coast Bridge company, was a visitor from Troy Friday. Burr Alverson was convicted of killing deer out of season and Judge J. E. Erickson assessed him $1oo00. C. D. Greenfield, editor-in-chief of the Montana Daily Record of Helena, was a Lihhbby visitor last IFriday. Chas. Smith of Butte arrived in town Sunday and has been spending the week looking over property for investment chances. Rev. C. H. I,inley, rector of Christ Episcopal church of Kalis pell, coniducted services in the Methodist church last Sunday. W. J. Croghan departed for Stieridan, Wyo., last week. He i-, coming back after disp...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1912

I'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 2, NO. 12 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1912 $2.00 PER YEAR JUDGE HOFFMAN DIES C. R. Hoffman, the City of Libby's Aged and Highly Respected Justice of the Peace, Passed To the Great Beyond, Tuesday Iibby lost one of her most hon ored old citizens in a tragic way or, Tuesday morning. Judge C. R. Hoffman, for many years a prom inent and respected citizen, quick. ly passed away. He fell in the harness-full of years and good works, he was peremptorily sum moned to the higher court, before which we must all stand at some time. Kindly, genial, warmhearted, sterling old soldier, loved and hon ored by everybody, he went about his work and business day by day, one of the landmarks of our place for dependable business practices and official rectitude. The case of Creswell vs. Hun ter, a small damage case, had been set for trial at Io o'clock on Tues day and the parties, their counsel and witnesses were on hand to pro ceed to trial. The trial was t...

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. — 29 August 1912

THE MORNING AFTER By JANE LUDLUM LEE We had been aboard the steamer for two whole days and every time I turned I found Mr. Warner somewhere very near me. Not that I minded very much. I was too much of a woman for that. I had just come up from breakfast and was strolling about the deck when I was greeted with a cheery "Good morning," and together we drifted over to a spot on the boat where the electrician was trying to find out just what was the matter with the Marconi. Occasion ally it would buzz and burr and sparks would fly out, but no message could be received. We left the man at his work and sought a more secluded cor ner. "Mrs. Lawrence, do you mind if I ask you a personal question?" "Anything but my age. The purser asked me that this morning, and I don't want to fib twice in the same day." "Oh, I don't want to know how old you are. I don't care, but I'd like to know how long you have been a widow?" "You silly person. I've never yet been married. My name is Miss, not Mrs. Lawre...

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. — 29 August 1912

f f Annie wrapped 6. Ebirc l up At nest d~w enY 1oiii r ' 0 7Ut hShe. aSccr 1rteed 'roo ktea ter was'' f 9 Gfdtr,~ hIs ý'rL t fr T 13e GA%-ens hies. Ard' w ti: S np Lo f Qcet rtesJ BIRDS PECULIAR ABOUT EGG: Can Tell at Glance If Meddled With and Will Almost Invariably De sert Their Neats. If you have lived in the country an know something about chickens you will not need to be told that a hen turns over the eggs in her nest every day while they are hatching. Until this secret was discovered the incu. bator was not a success. By what instinct a hen, or any oth er bird, can tell whether an egg has been turned over or not it is impos sible to say; but it is well estab. lished that if a bird finds its nest has been disturbed, especially if one or more of the eggs have been turned over, that bird will most likely desert the nest at once and never return to it. It seems to know that something is wrong and that its plans for hatch ing out those eggs, taught it by na ture, have been interfe...

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. — 29 August 1912

..The Libby Herald.. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD PUBLISHING COMPANY G. E. SHAWLER - - Business Mgr. Entered as second-class matter August 17, 19q11, at the postofflice at Libby, Mon. tana, under the Act of March 3, 1879. THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 1912. For President, WOODROW WILSON Of New Jersey. For Vice-President, THOMAS MARSHALL Of Indiana. Speaking of Politics Over the range comes the inter esting announcement that Ed. H Cooney, the rotund and capable editor of the Great Falls Leader, has decided that he wants the re publican nomination for governor of Montana. Mr. Cooney is post master at Great Falls. He has held that pleasant and profitable place for several years. He is a most companionable and likable man personally. He is big, brainy and clean. There is nothing small about him except his fortune. He mixes his political dope with a steam shovel. It is hard to freeze him out of any game he takes a hand in. He is one of Joe Dixon's closest political and personal friends. H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1912

MAK E $1. DO THE WORK Lincoln County's Leading Newspaper One Year For $1.00 We wish to number among our subscribers a member of every household in Lincoln county, and to attain that end, will for the next 30 days accept subscriptions to the Herald at a flat rate of $1 a year, or just half the regular price. This also applies to our old subscribers who pay up to date: Absolutely cash in advance. The Herald is the leading county newspaper, giving the news { from all parts of the county, publishing the doings of the county offices and all the general news. If you read it in the Herald it's so. Old subscribers can extend their subscription at the dollar rate by paying up what they are back on our books. We ask all friends and readers to co-operate with us in this. Tell your friends and show them your copy of the paper. It will be much appreciated and your reward will be a bigger and better Herald. This Offer Lasts For 30 Days Only THE LIBBY HERALD LIBBY, MONT. BY THE GOVERNOR OF THE STA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1912

STORY STANTON WINS Br Eleaoer M. Ipra. Author of "Th Gnam and the Candle" "The rkIng Mercuzi." ir.* it Ceprait auý The Hobbe-MaeuW OpaCamr U SYNUP5I5. At the beginning of greet automobile gene the mechanician of the MeEury, Stanton's machine, drops dead. Strange out Jesse Floyd, volunteers. and is -o CHAPTER I. (Continued.) "Goin' to throw away the raqe an' wreck your machine, for foolishness?" he inquired. "That's just like you, Ralph Stanton. You'll risk a blow-out an' a smash to save five minutes in a twenty-four hour race. You can drive, but you won't use common sense." Something snapped under Stanton's mask. Raging with silent fury, he slowed down his car and swung into the paddock gate as they came oppo site it, thundering through to his own eamp. "Fix that tire," he commanded, as the swarm of mechanics surrounded them, and descended from his seat to mntfront the assistant manager. "Have you got me another mechanician, Et? This one won't do." "Why, no," Mr. Green deprecated. "...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1912

SoI SO f lf. i o#d (I'll Millionaires Held Prisoners an Hour C01IsAnflI WITH T NEW YORK.-For nearly an hour the other day J. P. Morgan Jr. and Robert Bacon, former ambassador to France, were held prisoners on the thirty-first floor of the Bankers' Trust building. It was nearly luncheon time when Mr. Morgan and Mr. Bacon fumed and fussed in the elaborate suite on the thirty-first floor of the Bankers' Trust building which has been set aside for J. P. Morgan Sr. for holding secret conferences. Mr. Morgan went up to the thirty first floor for a conference with Mr. Bacon. First they took an express elevator to the twenty-ninth floor. An auxiliary runs up to the private suite, but it was broken, so the two men walked up. They then turned the knob of the door which leads to the suite, slammed It and proceeded to get down to busi ness. The conference did not last long and at its conclusion Mr. Mor gan went to the door. Rebel and Federal Meet After Battle SANSAS CITY.--A message telling how...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 29 August 1912

LOCAL NEWS BUDGET W. L. Carter of Kalispell was a business visitor in town Tuesday. The Mon. I eon . Faust spent the tore part of the week in Kal ispell. Allan Richards made a business trip to Kalispell the fore part of the week. Mrs. J. Hurley and daughter de parted for Los Angeles, Calif., yestedav where they will make their home, Mr, Hurley went with themt as far as Spokane. He will return and stay here untill he has his business straightened up. Mrs. B. F. Maiden entertained in honor of Mrs. Wilson Chase Thursday. Mrs. Chase is on her w a y east from the Phillippine, Islands and gave the guests a very interestin8 account of what she had seen in the Orient. About 25 guests were present. A dainty luncheon was served. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy departed Monday for Great Falls where the senator will take in the democrat state convention. The democratic state convention is being held at Great Falls, Mont., today. G. W. Millett made a business trip to Kalispell last week. I Mrs. E. A. Turne...

Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
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