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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1913

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Publication Title: Libby Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1913

COYOTESIN MONTANA "V 42 7r V e a f, n t4 81 n b U: bl Ao: A ?-fNT~BA4 COYOPTE e S[NCEl the transformation o0 prairie into grain fields by a host of eager farmers, nearly all the wild creatures have disap peared. To the old-time ranch er, riding home from the distant post offioe at sundown, the careless coyote, as it slinks across the crop-dividiin lane, seems a last link with, a bygone era, and its evening serenade becomes a howl of sympathetic protest against the roar of gasoline engines. For the coyote is not panic-stricken by advanc ing tides of hyper-civilized life like its large congener the wolf, but adapts itself to altered conditions, and prob. ably finds in the latest boom of the poultry yard some compensation for the disappearance of sheep, writes E. S. Cameron in Country Life. I have somewhere read that the cat which can strike an octave is the only musi cion among mammals, but I think the coyote can excel the tabby in this re spect. It can do anything it likes with its v...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1913

COLLISION KILLED 12 AND 200 WERE INJURED WHEN THREE P. E. ELECTRIC TRAINS SMASH TOGETHER. LOS ANGELES SCENE Of ACCIDENT Beach Visitors Were Returning Home Late Gunday Night-Young Men Pulled Signal Whistle, Caus ing Confusion in Orders. Los Angeles, Cal.-To "horse play' by youths who played with the train whistle is attributed the loss of 12 lives and injury of 200 persons neaw here Sunday night. Two Pacific elec. tric trains collided, telescoping two cars and wrecking another at Vine yard, on the city limits. Three trains loaded with excursion ists from the beaches at Venice had stopped at a curve where a switch is turned. The farthest train began mov. ing forward while the two foremost trains remained at a standstill. Youths Pull Whistle Cord. Carrol Bartholomae, the conductor of the last car on the center train, jumped to the track with his light to "flag" down the approaching train. Some youths on his car, say other pas sengers who escaped death, pulled the whistle in jest. This,...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 18 July 1913

SUMMER Weather I : FURNISHINGS: I I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR I FANCY SILK HOSE Big Line IMEN'S SOFT SHIRTS I AND STRAW HATS THE JOHN P. WALL STORE LIBBY, MONTANA LOTS IN HILLIS ADDITION (Foot of Bowen Hill) FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Reasonable in price. Easy Payments. Buy Now Phone 150 Star Restaurant F'. G" Trask, Prop. j 0 0 Featherton-"I say, old top, you seem to be well filled and feeling satisfied with life." Brownie--' 'You bet! I eat at - the Star Restaurant." Give us a trial O IIIIIIIIIIIIIt] IIIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIUI[ Telephone your news items to No. 31. Libby Commercial Co. I U Sweet Orr Hand made Pants Wool Wear i Boys Clothing Norfalks, Knickers, TROUSERS Pants LIBBY COMMERCIAL COMPANY LIBBY, MONTANA H. M. GOMPF Undertaker and Funeral Director. Carries a full line of Caskets, Robes and everything pertain S ing to the business. Phone 149. Libby, Montana Christian Science Services Christian Science service Sunday at tI a. in., and on Wednesday at 7:30 pu.m Subject of the Su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

THE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 3, NO. 7 LIBBY, LINCOLN COUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR PARCEL POST SYSTEM ENLARGED Washington, July 25.-Plans fct the extension, improvement anc reduction in rates of the parcel pos were announced today by Postmas ter General Burleson. The changes which are to become effective Aug. ust 15, include an increase from I pounds to 20 pounds in the maxi mum weight of parcels; a material reduction in the postage rates in the first and second zones and the abandonment of the parcel post map as a means of computing :ates and the substitution for it of a rate chart individualized to every post office in the United States. The plans contemplate the purchase of a large number of automobiles to be used exclusively for the delivery of parcel post matter. While for the present the maxi mum weight limit of 20 pounds and the reduction in rates will ap ply only to the first and second zones, from any given postoffice a distance of about 150 miles-the chang...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

NEWS OFTHE WORLD iTEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY NEWSPAPER SERVICE. CATHERED FROM BOTH CONTINENTS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Herewith Selected for Our Many Readers. General Geronimo Trevino is the lat pt aspirant to the presidency of Mex ýo. The German war ministry is pre daring a bill to supply the army with new artillery. The restoration to the navy active list of Captain Templin M. Potts with the rank of rear admiral is proposed. Peace between Greece and Turkey Is about to be concluded formally. The Hellenic iplenipotentiaries have left Athens for Constantinople to sign the treaty. Building operations aggregating $40, 000,000 which have been suspended in Chicago since June 19, were resumed Monday as a result of an agreement entered into between labor organiza tions and corporation employers. A committee of Japanese has ap pealed to the Mexican government to permit the colonization of the state of iMorelos by Japanese, and nego...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

TIO T PE I E.C.P i ii - RAZ WAY A LADY correspondent who has just returned from China has given the Sphere some very interesting details of her flight to safety during the revolution in China. "After five days' traveling by road in native conveyances," she writes, "putting up at Chinese inns except when we were fortunate enough to meet with a mission station, we were in the highest spirits at finding our selves onee more on a railway station platform. We were now collected, a party of 23 of various nationalities, all having been recalled to the coast by our several ministers. The station was Yutze, the last but one on the French line which will in time cross the province of Shansi from north to south. The present terminus is Tat Yuen Fu, the provineial capital, where fierce fighting "had recently taken place when the city fell into revolu tionary hands. "Our train was timed for ten a. m., but it was four p. m. when it arrived from Tai Yuen Fu containing several officials on their wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

Letitia Penn Visits the Seer By BETTY BIDDLE In the deep comfy chairs before the bright fire, Peggy and Constance sat waiting for Letitia. That young lady was adding fresh water and bits of charcoal to the Chinese lilies in the bowls of old Can ton ware set around her little sitting room. The delicate fragrance of the flow ers pervaded the room, subtly recall ing the orange groves of the south. Peggy had just returned from a visit to Washington, where she had gone to attend a diplomatic ball. Leaning against the peacock strewn cretonne cushions she told of the "glorious time" she had in the capital. "Oh! girls, I danced with the Bel gian attache the most, and he is a heavenly waltzer; and his uniform, oh, it's perfect! But the foreigners are the best dancers any way, and they certainly known how to talk to a woman. They are not so rough and 9lain as our men, and they don't take you for granted like the Americans. "All of the diplomatic corps was represented, and some of the younger ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

TEX(AS WINS BIG CASE OIL TRUST PAYS HALF MILLION DOLLAR FINE RATHER THAN FIGHT THE CASE. MONEY TOJE PUT IN SCHOOL FUND Governor So Recommended to Legis. lature-State Had Instituted Ao tion to Oust Company From the State. Greenville, Texas.-Half a million dollars as a penalty and the transfer of 21,596 of the 24,500 shares of stock in the Magnolia Petroleum company of this state from the individual con trol of H. C. Folger Jr. and John D. Archbold to a trustee mutually agreed upon was accepted by the state of Texas Tuesday in settlement of the state's $102,000,000 penalty and ouster suit. This action was instituted here re cently by the state attorney general against the Magnolia and Corsicana Petroleum companies of Texas, the Standard Oil companies of New Jersey and New York and 28 individuals. Judge F. A. Williams of Austin was named as trustee for the stock in question. The penalty was paid under telegraphic instructions from the Standard Oil company of New Jersey. Governor O. B. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

CAMPING OUTFITS Tents, Wagon Sheets, Pack Sacks, Hardware and Groceries. Everything Com plete for your camp ing trip. Come and give us your order F. M. Plummer GENERAL MERCHANDISE Libby, - - - Montana ý]llllllllllll[]llllllllllllllllllllllrllllllllllllllllllllQlllllr lllllllllll31111111111111111111111 s Benedict's Pharmacy E Fancy Stationery, Office Supplies, Druggist's Sundries. Kodaks and Kodak Supplies _ Send Us Your Mail Orders CORNER DRUG STORE, Libby, Montana S2JIslllIIIIIIIIIIol I IIIllu 0] 11tll 1li iin 11111111i iI 111sa lllliII I [ 11111In I II I IItI llllIII [. THE LINCOLN LIVERY Take your best girl for a buggy ride behind one of the best driving teams in this region and in a dandy new and comfortable buggy. She will enjoy it, So will you. The Lincoln Livery Stable has the finest, safest and most comfortable and stylish rigs in this county. Starck Pianos No Money inAdvance - Satifso.. tion Guar. anteed LowestNet Factory Pricoe - Easiest Terms -A Saving of S100 oto S200 - ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

*IIIIIIIIIIlII aIIIIIIIlIIIII IIIIIIII ggIIII iiflIII HOME RENDERED ILARDI S 15c per lb. 3 lb. pail $ .50 5 lb. " $ .80 10 lb. " $1.60 50 lb. " $7.50 * One cent per lb. allowed for the return of clean o pails, making the price 15c per lb. o Joughin & Cady o Libby, Mont. IIlllllllllllllllll111111 r1111IIIIIIII I lllI lcllll LIBBY HARNESS SHOP I don't handle goods of un known quality. I know and stand back of what I sell. FOR HEAVY HARNESS and strap work call at Libby Harness Shop H. H. POLBERG Libby, Mont. 3IHMM IHHNIuNmuItIIIIaIf %Im IN. I nlfllgHlMIIINNN I iI llIllil,,lNIii iiai iig A. T. NEUMAN MASON Lime, B:ick, Cement and Plaster. LIBBY, MONTANA Phone No. 461 ý nhlIEI H NIIu III.Ifm IInj,h IIIH II IIIINowoIoIuINhi, noN m rafLlH * D. P. BOYLE Confectionery, Stationery, Tobacco and Cigars, i Fruit and Fish ing Tackle MEN'S FURNISHINGS Libby, Montana . ] 111111111111IIIII IIIIIIII IHIIIIIIIID IIIIIIIIIHII * F. H. Keller I ] REFRACTING OPTICIAN CI = s. Libby, Montana E~-- ]I III...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

SE RIAL STORY Chronicles on rarb nedrcw Robksan Glr A. QOmm Dm71s of (ltp" i c ipnn). THE TRAGEDY OF THOMAS HEARNE (Continued.) Matters moved quickly with us. I Murd a stout horse and a two-wheel SQ eart for a month from the landlord to whom I talked neolithic man of an evening, impressing him with a learn ng, acquired from the reports of that worthy society the Devonshire asso eltion. I preferred to drive myself, bdelining the boy offered for that pur e. There were no other prepare to make; and so, on the day fol *wing, that earnest student, Mr. Abel Kingsley, might have been seen Imoking his pipe on the cairn hill in a white mackintosh, for was there lot a threat of rain in the air? while Mr. Thomas Hearne lay hid amongst be stones watching the effect of the signal through his pocket telescope. Mb reported all well; Julius Craig had lndoubtedly noticed the white water poof, and understood that we were Mluting for him. I could talk to you for an hour of aer doings in the next three...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

...,. q~ i * ~ .. 'A,··· Yo Y'. ` ___X KAY' w ; BA ....... , .4 . .PJ~If%7YV IVA7V~i'ZIPR fi[ J·rDI WRITER In the Weekly Scotsman directs the atten tion of his countrymen to the misconceptions of the aver age Britisher about India-its size, its climate, its geography, and so on. When it is known you are com ing out here, he writes, some fond mother will tell you that her boy is in India, "you'll be sure to call to see him," or perhaps she may ask you to take out a parcel to him, quite forget ful of the fact that her boy may be in Madras and you may be bound for a station in the north, a thousand odd miles away. He agrees that India is hot, but avers that in a country of so vast an extent there are many varieties of cli mate. On the plains in cold weather (November, December and January), it can be bitterly cold at night. Even the days can be cold, though it 1i al ways warm in the sun. The normal, temperature of the day for the Alla habad district during January aver ages about 60 de...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

MADEMOISELLE CARTIER By ANTOINETTE PATTERSON (Copyright, 1911, by Assoclated Literary Press.) For the last two or three years, Graham Hartley had been taking life hone too seriously. An uncle Graham's parents were both dead Iwas largely responsible for this. He had taken the boy immediately after lis graduation from college, where he had done really well, home to his nmagnificent bachelor apartments; he had helped to develop his inborn taste for luxury and beauty of all kinds. Incidentally he had encouraged lazi ness. Uncle and nephew had lived ami cably together until one day, while they were traveling abroad, the lat ter fell madly in love with the pretty prima donna of the opera which was creating a furore in Paris. On that first night for a full half hour, Graham Hartley had gazed stubbornly through his opera-glasses at Mlle. Cartier, not only because she was pretty and charming, but because he seemed to remember having once seen her before. Sud denly it came to him; she was the...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

MEXICO CRISIS SOON COLLAPSE OF HUERTA REGIME IS TALKED FREELY AT WASH INGTON, D. C. AMBASSADOR WILSON HOME FRIDAY Then President Wilson Will Get News First Hand as to Just What the Situation Is Like-Bryan to Be at Conferenoe. Washington.-Reports of conditions .surrounding the Huerta government in Mexico have put administration of ficials in an attitude of keenest appre hension toward the situation, though advices which officials believe to be perfectly trustworthy seem to indicate that the strife between the Huerta re gime apd the revolutionary elements is nearing a point where some definite conclusion is soon to be reached. Information of this situation when permitted to become known Tuesday was coupled with the authoritative .statement that the United States was making no additional naval or mili tary preparations. Reports of an im pending collapse of the Huerta regime are being talked over freely in official circles. All information made public was with the exact stipulation that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 25 July 1913

I SUMMER Weather I .I FURNISHINGSN.: I POROUS KNIT UNDERWEAR I IFANCY SILK HOSE Big Line I MEN'S SOFT SHIRTS AND STRAW HATS THE JOHN P. WALL STORE LIBBY, MONTANA J LOTS IN HILLIS ADDITION (Foot of Bowen Hill) FOR 30 DAYS ONLY Reasonable in price. Easy Payments. Buy Now Phone 150 illllllllllllIlllllllnIIIIIIIIIIIlllllli lllllllllllll. i Star Restaurant o - F. G' Trask, Prop. SFeathertou-"I say, olu top, you seem to be well filled and feeling -- satisfied with life." Brownie--' Vou bet! I eat at Sthe Star Restaurant." Give us a trial tlullllllllhlllllllllrlllll ll ull l lll iU1111i Telephone your news items to No. 3t. Libby Commercial Co. Sweet Orr Hand made Pants Wool Wear Boys Clothing Norfalks, Knickers, i TROUSERS Pants LIBBY COMMERCIAL COMPANY LIBBY, MONTANA H. M. GOMPF Undertaker and Funeral Director. Carries a full line of Caskets, Robes and everything pertain ing to the business Phone 149. Libby, Montana Frank Garey came down from Eureka Sunday to attend the meet ing of the co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

I'HE LIBBY HERALD VOL. 3, NO. 8 LIBBY, LINCOLN C'OUNTY, MONTANA, FRIDAY, AUG. 1, 1913 $2.00 PER YEAR KILLED IN WRECK OF THE FAST MAIL Whi;efish, Mont, July 28.-G. N. fast mail No. 27, westbound, was wrecked just west of Rock Hill at 11:30 this forenoon. Engineer Peck L. Forcum and Fireman Carl Smith, both of Whitefish, were killed, and Express Messenger Lamb was injured but will recover. The cause of the accident has not yet been detetmined, but the engine left the rails and turned over, one of the mail cars piling on top of it. Fire immediately start ed, but was extinguished before much injury was done to the mail. It is probable that, but for the fire, Forcum might have been taken out alive. Forcum was quite prominent in Whitefish affairs, being an alder man. He leaves a widow and two small children. Smith, the fireman, was married about a month ago. A. J. KING TAKES CHARGE As collector of customs, with ju risdiction of this district, John B. Blair last night stepped out of office...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

NEWS OF THE WORLD ITEMS OF GENERAL INTEREST FRESH FROM THE DAILY NEWSPAPER SERVICE. IATHIERED FROM BOTH CONTINENTS Happenings National, Historical and Political and Personal Events Herewith Selected for Our Many Readers. Reorganization of the weather bu reau is soon to be made. The National Implement and Ve hicle association show will be held in Peoria, Ill., Sept. 19 to 27. The new Iowa law requiring that all food not washable must be protected from dirt, dust and contamination gen erally, went into effect July 1. Esquivol Obregon, the Mexican min ister of finance, has resigned from office. It is reported that he is not in full accord with the Huerta admin istration. The duchess of Marlborough, who was formerly Consuela Vanderbilt, is understood to have accepted the presi dency of the women's municipal party in London. In response to demands of grain growers of the northwest Senator Jones has introduced an amendment to the tariff bill placing grain bags on the free list. Danger of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

BiaRY PAn PtEACII YA1 Al dil@ wrA r PmAR y 3&ý <G4l a~il IHE most startling feature of modern history'is the marve lous expansion of Russia. Americans speak with well based pride of the immense ex tent of our contiguous territory, stretching from ocean to ocean and from the lakes to the gulf, but after all Uncle Sam has only a little more than 3,000,000 square miles in one block, while Russia has 8,647,657 square miles, or almost three times as much. The empire comprises one seventh of the land surface of the globe, and the population which pro fesses allegiance to the Cdar is esti mated at 160,000,000, or approximately twice as many as the men and wom en under the Star Spangled Banner. The population of the empire has in creased at a rate which puts our vaunted increase clear into the shade. In 1722 Russia was supposed to have only 14,000,000 peoplle, and as late as 1879 she had 130,000,000. When the men who fought in the war of the rebellion were studying geography Russia's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Libby herald. — 1 August 1913

* ý" ; ý ..x. ý 2 ' tlw QL .3Zt ?O- a r ) / IIol ori~~C PERCHED high on a lofty prom ontory 400 feet above the wa ter, on the edge of a bluff at the junction of the St. Charles and St. Lawrence rivers, Old Quebec reminds one of the Mediterranean city of Gibraltar if you approach it by boat and of the American city of New Or leans if you enter the place by rail. Traveling by way of the St. Law rence takes the visitor through a beau tiful harbor composed of a great tidal basin which is partially lined with docks that speak of great skill in en gineering, and at one of these the visi tor lands on a narrow strip with the water on one side and the steep ascent to the greater half of the city on the other. It is here that you imagine you are scaling the rock of Gibraltar when you travel upward in search of a lodging place. Once up, however, you are sud denly transplanted into the atmo sphere of New Orleans with its narrow and crooked streets and its foreign tongue. In the business section...

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