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   Billings Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - July 3, 1923, Billings, Montana                                Two THE BILLINGS WEEKLY GAZETTE Tuesday, July 3, 1923. PRIZE FOR SOLUTION TO TORLD PEACE DIFFICULTIES Ntw York, July A, prize of It open Monday to the Amer- ican with practicable plan for the co-operation of the United etaUl with other' nation, for the attainment anil preservation world war W. Bok of Philadelphia, former editor of the Ladles' Home Jeurral, It the donor of the prize, to be known as the American peace Mid to be one of the princely ever offered as a re- ward for a non-commercial Idea. The award will to given In two part.. The first will be paid for the Idea Itself, while the second will be given wren the practica- bility of the Idea I. proved. Such demonstration, it Is said, will consist In adoption by the United States senate or by a convincing pop- "policy committee for the administration of the prize has been .elected, the Jury which will pass upon plans anc" make the award not yet been chosen. The personnel of the jury, It is said, will be made known before September. "It has already been agreed that the competition shall be open to 'every a statement of the policy committee said, "and that Diana have to be In probably not later than the middle of November." "National organizations of every kind all over the country, with their state and local the statement adds, "are now being in- vited to compete In the project" Oroanlzatlon., as well a. Individuals, are eligible for the prize. The policy committee will have offices at 342 Madison avenue, New York City. Found and Spent Millions; Aged Miner Off Again Four Shot by Belgians; Big Strike Fund Is Seized by French. (By The Associated Press.) Buer, Germany, June Ger- mans were shot and killed and three others were wounded by Belgian sen- tinels here Sunday. Three of the Germans were killed by patrol In a section of the town where travel had been forbidden as the result of the killing of three- Belgian soldiers, U is seml-offlclally explained. The fourth was killed by a sentinel along tbo rail- way. The three persons who were wounded 'were struck by bullets while walking In the Btreeta after curfew. TWO KILLED. (By The Associated Press.) Wiesbaden, Germany, June -throwing has been resorted to In an .effort to deter German civilians from patronising trains controlled by the --French. A bomb was thrown early to- .day In the waiting room of the Wles- station where a. large number o: 'Germans were awaiting a, train. The explosion wounded two persona .j Mrlously and caused considerable dam -age. N MONEY TAKEN. (By The AsiocUttd Pren.) Essen, June billion marks "Wbkh the French assert were sent Int v. occupied regions for a strike fund I. were selied today by the forces of oc cupatlon. i.1 -Half this amount was confiscated I the Mulhlim branch of the Relschban and tha other eight billion marks whi in shipment through Mayence. Belllngham, Wash., July Scolt, better known as "Death Val- ley who Is reputed to hava discovered a gold Death Val- ley, Cal., from which hs obtained a Fortune several years ago, Is camped near here on his way to Grizzly creek, In British Columbia, where ha hopes to make another "stake." He cald he had onco made a "killing" it Grizzly creek In the Caribou coun- try and could do It aoaln. He left the Mexican border nine weeks ago on Ills way to the gold field. who Is 70 years old, is said to have spent fortunes aggregat- ing "l am going to apend more befgre 1 croak.f he said, as he stood beside his wagon containing his gold digging outfit. The most spectacular Incident In "Scotty's" mining career was In 1906 when ho chartered a special Santa Fe train for In gold for a right of way to York City. He and his companions were eaid to have dissipated a fortune on their arrival In New York. Charges Against Anti-Saloon Head Will Be Revived New York, July Attorney lianton, whoso office recently dropped nn Investigation of charges William II. Anderson, slate superin- tendent of tho Anil-Saloon league, un- nounced Monday that on ihe basis of newly obtained evidence he would the grand Jury next Monday to Indict Anderson for grand larceny, extortion and forgery, Federal Agents Seize Bottles Beer Detroit. Juno prohibi- tion agents Rtatloncil on tho Detroit river and ashore at Wyandotte, co- operated parly Tuesday tn a raid ilmi resulted In Iho arrest of six men Einc tho sttzure of JO.GOi) bottles of Canadlar liter, a 30-foot nower launch and heavy motor truck. Shortly Iho "prohibition navy" caplured a 2S-foo' launch carrying 50 ca.se5 ami five hal tiarrols of beer at the upper end of Hit Ltoiroii river. The. raid was conducted i: darkness by mcmhc-rg of tho autonioblh patrol, aided by a fedtral speedboat. (Right to Prescribe Any Amount of Booze Demanded by Docton San Frnnclsco, June proirosn o remove ihe restrictions upon nhysi clan's prf-Fcijptlons for alcoholic stlrau ani.s ;is mniicinti Tuesday was befor he hoiiFc of delegates of the America Mtdicnl association in convention he-re A resolution branding iho presen method of prescribing liquors for medic inal imrposea as an "intolerable nu! sance" has boon submitted to tli house, which IK the governing hotly ihe association, having a membershi of nearly 00.000 out of approximatt-l 150.000 physicians In the Unite Scatea. BILLINGS FANS CHARTERTBAIN FOR BIG FIGHT iVill Arrive' in Shelby for Last Day Board to Appraise Lake County Debt Meets in MissouL Appropriations Cut, Prohibition Agents Layed Off in Gotham Now York, July federal inhibition enforcement iff en IN, most of cm at toned In Manhattan and rooklyn, were dropped June 30 from a staff of R. Q. Merrlck. divisional tilef for York and northern New It WAI Monday. The were aeld to have been made ecessury by the topping of "om the government's appropriation T enforcement In the'fiscal year. of Rodeo. BIHtngs business men left In a special iecper Monday night on Northern rain No. 47 for the fight atJShelby July They will bo In Shelby for tho l ay of the rodeo, July 3, and will re- urn Immediately aftor the fight nrriv- ng In Billings ThurfcOay morning July 5 O. Kins Grlinatad. R. M. Hart. Der A. R. MeUermoit, Fred Marble C. M. Balr, Leo Simonson, E. Keene eorgo King, Fred Klenck, Harrj toberts, Dr. Charles X. Greuael, Thoma J. Mulvaney, Sterling M Vood, Arthur Wlsmeyer, D. T. Shaw inn. Richard B. Morrison. Mr. Friend McDonald of UilHnys made the trip Kdwards and J. Fleming of Forsyt in d 1-Yed Wall and Dr. Moi rEs of Round ip accompanied ihe party, John Lee ,n employe at tbo Billings club, went Q steward. Dl (Continued from Page One.) TIE Special to The Billings Gazette. Jlfssoute, Juno board of rv pratsers, appointed hy Governor Dito to "apportion the Indebtedness of ME snula and Flathend counties nmon those counties and the new county F-ako. recently created, is now In sess in this city nnd will rtnialn here f sever.il days, although the hearings a examinations which it will conduct not begin until August 1. Sessions will be held In Mlssoula and in Kail spell, the county sent of Flathead. The commission is composed of E. E. Dny of Kallsptll, chairman; Charles N. Madeen and Frank Brown of Poison. I Judge James M. Self of Hamilton was originally unpointed but resigned and r. Macieen was named. Mr. Cay Is ccupylng the place made vacant by he re-slgnatEon of Judge C. Pomeroy f KalispelL Tho work, of the appraisers -ill probahly continue over SO to 60 ays. Miss A. Stoddard has been ap- ed secretary to the commission. Lambs Being Contracted to The G axe He. f DfHon, June of Iambs been contracted In Beaverhead within the past week and It Is --expected that within tho next few days pound of mutton will be sold for delivery: R E. Foster, buying for M Charles Coyle and E. Naylor, Ne- braaka commission men, bought every animal. It is estimated that the i lamb crop Is the beet In the history of -itha county and will number more than SO.OOO. The price received by local ._ growers' U 10 cents. Range conditions r havft never been so good as at the prevent and there Is already suffl- clenl graas to top them off In prime con- dltlon. Many of the lambs will weigh tatter than 70 pounds- An average prico of a head for the mutton means pretty close to halt a million to local sheep men. Courts Cannot Fix Attorneys Fees in Estate Cases, Held Helena, June the lower court, the Montana supremo court Monday held that courts do not powes the power to fix fees of at- torneys In estate cases when tha ad- ministrator falls to pay or allow euch feea. Tho opinion waa delivered In th< coae of Paul A. Gow of Dultc as ad mlnlitrator of the estate of Charlei D. McLure ayaJnst II. Lowndes Maury and Arthur B. Mclzncr, Uutto attor neyi. Tho lower court on retltion of thi legal firm had allowed fees of S22.9S9.6 ns a balance due for legal services ren dered to former administrators of th UcLure estate who were succeeded b Oow as administrator. The court held that a lawyer refuse fear ending Sat- rday, made public Sunday night Jjy the shows recasts for the 12 ths of 54.007.135.480 and. ureB of Indicating a aur- lus of At the closa of Dusl- 3 Saturday nlfiht the govern- nt owed on outslatKl- ng securities. This total represents a reduction In the 12 months of of which was taken nto account In compiling the "ordinary" or budget expenses of the government. rrom the surplus on ttand, the treasury ,pylled a total of to re- ducing Its obligations. Fart of tho success lit building up a surplus, while at the same time the :attic debt was reduced, was traced by he treasury to the administration tariff policy, which. It was declared, resulted n the establishment of a record, re- ceipts In total Ing f561.92S.Sti6. Thlo total Is almost CO IHT cent greater than for the fiscal year ending Juno 30. when duties of were reported, marking a high point for iBiotnu revenue to that time. Income and profits taxes paid Into the treasury during the last 12 months, like llie receipts from customs collec- tions, also exceeded expectations, the total being while the es- timate given in the budget last De- cember was Other forma of Internal revenue gave the treasury an additional The govern- ment started the new fiscal year Sun- day with J370.93S.12l.08 in the treasury. A year ago tho general fund was ?2T2, 105.512.51. Detroit, Juno Ford would give serious consideration to an offer of the presidential nomination by any reaponalblu persons or party before re- jecting or accepting It. according to K. CJ. Leibold, Ills general secretary. Mr, Lelbotd added, however, that no such offer had been made to Mr. Ford, The statement was made in connec- tion with a letter mado public Mon- day by B. S. Fuller Savannah, which quoted Mr Lolbold as saying Mr. Ford had no objection to further activities supporting him for the presidential nomination. Mr. Lclhold declined to verify the letter, saying ho could not be of Its authenticity without seeing the orig- inal or searching through his files for a copy. "There have been thousands of letters received In connection with Mr. Ford. and tho he added- "About 200 such letters nro received dally. It Is hard to say If tho Savannah letter Is authentic this reason." ENOUGH MINES NOW, SAYS I.C.C.; BARS COAL ROAD Washington. Juno 2G........Making a new departure In the flcM of railway regu- lation, the Interstate commerce com- mission held, Monday, that there al- ready aro" enough coal mines In tlu> country and, solely on that ground, re- fused to permit the Virginian railway to Imild a onc-milo branch In W Virginia to serve mines htliiK opened by the TocHhontfts Fuel company, Send 2 to Deer Lodge From Rosebud County Forsyt h, June Xlemairez, Mexican, who stabbed two Mexican women In an attempt to rol) them of was given a hearing In district court. He entered a plea of guilty to a charge of assault in tho first degree. Butte Folks Escape Serious Injury in Upset. Special Tho Billings Gazette. Butte, June 2G.--A1I of tho members of the family were pinned under their automobile but escaped serious Injuries when a machine driven by S. Irving Knnbervis, Soutli Main street, was tipped over on the outskirts of Butte by another car attempting to pass It from the rear. Mr. and Mra. Nankervls wore treated at St. hospital for cuts .ind bruises, while Irving. Jr., aged Jo, and Richard, aired 10. their sons, and Jamos Sullivan, who were riding In tho back seat of the car. escaped with scnitci Ho was sentenced by Judge Horttan to _ not less than five nor more than Sullivan immediately after tho accident penitentiary at E0t tl10 name lne driver of Uio other car but refused to make It known. The Nankervis party was about 10 years In the state pc Deer Lodge, L. W. Powera, brought tack from DEcXSnson, N, D., JO days ago by Sheriff George M. Chnpln charged with the theft of an automobilo from Earl, pleaded guilty to a charge of grand larceny and was sentenced by HorXan to servo not lass than two nor more than four years In the stato peni- tentiary at Deer Lodge. Forty Are Injured In Railroad Wreck Buffalo, N- Y., July per- sons were injured, several probably fatally, when a two-car train on the ___ _ Niagara Falls speed line of the In- rously gives half to Helena and half j ternational Railway company ran o Butte. It Is where you change cars Into an open switch at the northern you arc on Xo. 3 and want to go to iutte, or you don't change If you want i o go to Helena. While the-re I scR-the fclgn (if the Ilyan hotel, which alls to mind a story of an experience >f Norman Holler of Helena, in the ong ago. Holler once found necessary to spend a night at the- Ryan. le was phown to liis room. After ho lad turned in someone knocked and f-n icing admit ltd Introduced himself na the sheriff of an eastern Montana county on bis way to Warm Springs ith a crazy man. "I notice these doors won't the sheriff said, "PO thought I'd better teil you that i( you lear somebody prowling around in the larfc you won't be frightened. It'll Just ie this man wandering .ut he is harmless ami you needn't pay any attention to him." Mr. Holter tell the world, if ntcr-ssary didn't get enrjiigh sk-cp to ralisfy mosquito that nipht. city limits of TonawancJa Mondays morning. Both cars went Into the ditch, the first turning completely over. merely for irrigation and agriculture. We entered upon u great program cf rrigfitfon enthusiam In that area, when liad as yet but Imaginary Ideas about the dual purpose that your water resources ought to serve. But now we tnow that the same water can. in moat cases, bo u till ted both for power and Irrigation. Thus the great power de- velopment will mark Iho sites of In- dustrial centers, adjacent to which wilt grow up rich area of intensive agricultural production. The Industrial populations will provide markets, with- out impossible transportation expendi- ture, for the products of tho soil, and n turn the people of the soil will af- ford markets for the products of In- dustry. Electrical Roads for Future. "Transportation will he increased and cheapened through electrification of the railways and tn the light of what we now know about all aspects of this subject, we may confidently look for- ward a generation In which young and vigorous commonwealths of iho west will boast as great a popula- tion as the entire nation numbers, to- day, capable of lllSrg for the greater part within Itself, representing the widest variety of occupations and In- terests and, having ita problem of transportation largely solved for it, It will bo so nearly selt-sufflclcnl and elf-contained. Weit Not Always Understood. "Western people have had to that 'there is not always a sympathetic or understanding attitude In some other parts of the country to- ward the Irrigation development that the west must have. You people tha Inland empire might well remind ynur critics that during the uncounted cen- turies when the greatest civilizations thc-lr Krtat on tho Euphrates and the they were nurtured by an agricul costs Judge Bourquin decreed. Park City Mix Hopper Poison Special to The Billings Gazette. Park City, of grass- poison were mixed hero and distributed to the this sec- tion last week general man- agement of Ixm Ruflsell. J. I. Kun- kle'a concrete mixing machine was tried out wag found to be too slow and It wan decided to mix by hand. The Youngs Point community mixed the first day, then the Park city, rail- read, southwest, southeast, and north- cast, In regular rotation. mixing occurred on the cement floor of the old blacksmith shop building. Accident Board Sets Hospital fees Helena, June a meeting be- tween a special committee of employers, labor representatives, Insurance men, physicians and the Industrial accident committee here Monday a schedule of fres for hospital and medical service was adopted. The fefa governed only cases administered by workmen's compensation act. The schedule Is lengthy and complex and will not be made public for a day or two Chairman Jerome Locke said. Catch Hootch Car On Way to Shelby Mlssoula, June Cadillac roadster, loaded with worth of Scotch whisky and he-nded for Bheiby ban been confiscated by the aherK1 here. It was captured when getting a new supply of gas at a filling station The two men who were in the car gave their names a? L. Q. Gray, driving, am R. Stanley. Gray, who said he ownec the car, said he was a hotel keeper In Seattle and that ho nr.d Stanley were on their way to attend the Shelby fight. It now looks as though they might not reach Shelby until the battlo is over. French Answer Lags; If Unsatisfactory, Cabinet Will Meet to Adopt Own Course. Fxmdon. July A. reports of Independent British action for a reparation settlement with Germany are characterized as It Is authoritatively learned that they aru net wholly Incorrect, and should tho French reply not form a basis for nego- tiations, the cabinet Is likely to be called for immediate consideration of Inde- pendent action. H Is reasserted, however, that reports of Anglo-American pressure upon Franco for si settlement of the war debt are wholly inaccurate as far aa British of- MeEaLs are concerned and there has been no Intimation from Washington that tho Untied States would join in or receive Fueh n. proposal sympathetically. The anxiously awaited French reply to the questiomilrc Is fltlll undelivered and now Is expected Wednesday after tin Celgjiin cabinet formally assumes powti following the recent crlnls. Count E( StauEnlro. the French ambassador, visited the foreign office this afternool hut conversation there was said ti lie HmUoil to subjects connected with the Lausanne peace conference. to turn Into Butte from the Annconda when the accident happened, according to Mrs. NankervEs. The road was clear at the tlmo when the Mhcr machine loomed up on one Eido of them, she said. An Instant the wheels of the other auto caught front fen- der of the Nanervla machine it over, pinning the occupants under. Elmer Wilh.lta and members of his party who came upon the accident, lifted the car and released the cccu- pants. although Gray told Stanley was merely the officers that a passenger and had no interest In either the cor or the lictuor- Five Are Arrested On Liquor Charge Greyhull. June A. Tuck- er. William Dnil, Morris Glozman. Ernie Paine and John Ala were nil arrested here last week ty Sheriff McMillan ami deputies, agents of State Prohi- bition Commiasloner had col- lected evidence, and were charged with selling liquor illegally. Tho prohibi- tion agents said that Oreybull la one of the few towns In Wyoming In which they found genulno 15o.uor on sale by bootleggers. The price, it waa stated, was also lower than In many other places at J3.50 a pint. Prosecuting Attorney Snow has filed complaints against the men In th'o district court. Beaverhead Wool Now Being Stored Dillon, June Is expected that a total of more than pounds of wool will ho stored In the local First National warehouse hy the time tho shearing is over. More than TOunOs were stored In H last week. As yet' no local clips have been sold and .here Is no Indicatlofi of any Immediate Buying1 activity, but sheep men ara con- fident that there will be a lively demand and good prices later on. Wet weather has delayed the shearing in thia section and has also affected the receipt nf clips at the First National warehouse. GARRISON POST OFFICE ROBBED MONDAY NIGHT PERSUASION USELESS. July solution of the rep- arations problem and the Ruhr occu- pation question by pressure upoa Franco -to change her viewpoint 11 doomed to failure, according to official Information obtained Strong feeling was evident at the French foreign office against the Ish attitude, and thi tone of tho BUB- gestlons In the raccnt letter to Pope Pius, which "based upon FrVnch conceeslona Instead i.f bringing Ger- many to realize necessity of ful- filling her It was de- cJnrfjd. French governmental circles arc nlso convinced that the efforts of both tho British and tho Vatican to Induce 'Ger- many by persuasion to pJmnge her at- titude will prove fruitless. "We tried persuasion for three years without one high official was quoted ns saying. "Coercion Is the only thing Germany undcrstandn." Tbo only way out of the present Im- broglio Is "absolute solidarity among the antes, as obtained during the war, and joint reprofientaUons to la the feeling voiced in official circles Genuine MeCormlck-Deerlng Interna- tional repairs. Fit ctoaer, wear bettV, laat longer. Watland Implement N. 20th St. Phono 6303. Advertiser ment. Butte, June was made to the postal authorities In Butte Tuesday :hat the post office at Garrison had robbed Monday night or early Tuesday morning. Jl.OQO In cash ond bonds being taken. No- clues have been found. Feared to Lose Child; Scholarship Winner Anaconda, June The parade com mlttee of the American legion post h J announced that S3 flats alrea teen entered for the Fourth of July pa rade which will bo held as a part of th observance of tha day In thia clt Tklany other fraternal and labor organ And business concerns are ex ptcted to enter floats. Tba committee In chargo of the cele- ti now busily In can- Anaconda merchants for tho J purpose of having approprUto decora- lions placed In the windows during the J ftrtt week of July. They are also re- to leave tha lights in their win- flews burning until 11 o'clock on the nlcbt of tho Fourth. t I I I Accident Attends Denver Auto Race Finally we rush in la Helena ami the journey Is done, Charlie DnnntJly has mado CVCTJ- Mon on the minuic anrl all has gono 11; which leads up lr> the entirely serious observation thfit I have sampler! travel on nearly all of the great railway .systems- of the United States, ami not one of them has any- thing Mister Ponnclly'3 truly great oW Northern Pacific. I rrmM make U stronger and still speak truth, but don't want to appear to bo vrrlltng railroad literature. Buffalo-Ten Sleep Road Is Now Open Special to The Gazette. Buffalo. Wyo., Juno Buffalo- Ten Sleep road through Muddy Pass, a part of the Black Yellow trail, is ojitn and many tourists arc traveling it. It was rect-ntly Inspected state highway engineers In company with Jcilni Klever-son, president of tho lltack anj Yollow (rail, and L- Harris. H fs undertoorl that there will be W snme adrlUir.nal work put on this moTin- that he j tain road this summer and with the good shape the is now In travel- Ing shoiiW lie tdeil through the most Ecenir region In the west. ArranKcmtnts have been matle for n road Information bureau to ho estab- lished at the fin-'flpn Spot, wlicre re- ture which depended on Irrigation; on and utilizing tho waters of a few great streams our Irrigation ports will received each morning project Is, after all. only a proposal to repeat, on the scale of modern englnerr- Ing operations, tho works by which primitive man learned to water the earih and make It serve tho needs of n developing soil not once but a hundred times over, will we reprodnce in tho iil.it ns and mountains and v Alloys of our west the wealth and productlv'ty which rnjibled the pliaranhs to build monuments for Ihe wonrter nf all time. Hut the moniiments to our achievement will hear inscriptions lelllng, not of tho slavery and sufferings of generations giivtr ihelr lives to thn B'.ory of a tyrant; our inscriptions will nf grrvii free stales made up of con- tented. culture and Christian Advantageous to Government. "I am sure you are Interested In what tho fcflrral government can do to' solve the problems on which your fu- ture so l.-ugoly depends. As wo l.ave gone. In reclamation, there had bc-en linpatle-noe that we could nut pro- Butte Woman Suicides Butte. June C. Jarvcla, 25. committed suicide Monday by drinking her poison, action She waitress ai Is attributed to despondency over prospects of custody of a 3-year-old child as a result of sep- aration from her hutbnnd, a barber. They came to Butte recently frort LtaU, S. JX Leaves for Sweden CROKER WILL FINAL. July A. of the suit brought by Rk-hnrd Croker, Jr.. contesting the will of his father. one- time Tammany hall chieftain, Jms been denied. Thus the verdict recently returned In favor of Mrs. Bula Croltcr. iho widow, ns legatee, is upheld. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. HELP. GOOD WOMAN OR GIRL to help with general houaeworlt as ono of the family. Thin Is a good homo for the right party. Any one Inter- ested In ibis ad plense write at once to Ilox 336. Tvovell. Wyo. LEGAL NOTICES. thp condition of roads If ad in? in-cccd fanicr, ihc.ro has heen July Joa McGrepor of I won ttie M mile automobile I retA rmeo fostered by the Denver and tho CclorMo Pageant Monday. for run from Denver to Castle- Cokt., and return wao HoHowiky of finished wtth F. E. Vergen of j thlrti. Verjcn'd llmfl cars Al Littleton, suffertd A rib wtitn his tttT turned over Coio. Really, Pete, you ought to lake a look at the town. Tho main bar- ic rloa seem very busy, tho west side paving rnnkca all the difference In the world, ond before the pnmincr shall have ended, Sixth avenue and Brecfcenrldxi street will have betn paved to the capltol, much tc the Joy of those who go out to the eUle'Miouse in automo- bilea And, B peaking of ihe capltol, Pete, that wns an error about doms having been rent In twain by tho con- versational hurricanes that erstwhile agitated that sector. The dome Is still there, and It la a seer led by those who ought to know that the variou.9 tonjrs out there are getting on as amicably aa could be expected, am] out of IJuffnTo and especially will information lie available for the condi- tion of tho Illack nr.d Yellow trait. ment In lhi> Butte Assayer pies After Year's Illness Special to The Billings Gazette. liiitle. Juno 2fi.--Ctmltfl Mark, an assaycr who had In Duulc for 30 years, Is dead at Ms home liore. Mn.ck started to work nt the High Ore flpsay office, rjuHUng for a year while ho and Harry conducted Ihe FInlcn hotel. For the past 12 he had charge of tho High assay office. About a year ago hri began having trouble with his pt'omarh, and the 111- ntM berime acute a few weeks a TO. Surely, God greatly loved mountains: He took such Infinite pains to make them In profusion and In such variety of beauty and grandeur and Tours Truly. ihii progress of work Involving Intricate and diversified problems, end hesitant financing. Hut 5 have heart n 1 1-y convincing evidences I have already seen, of tbo wonderful re- sults where water metis the land "The government Is Interested to Rid ynur efforts, from the standpoint of adding tho national wealth, by the trnnsmutntinn of arid .spaces into fertile fklils1. It Is Interested also In the pro- tortlon r.f tin: national finances, so lhat money advanced to prosper this work may not disappointed In doubtful projects or jeopardized In experi- ments. RECOVERS FROM LAME BACK, "My rlniighler suffered with a lams Four Indicted in Bucket Shop Case York, July grand Jury conrturltnff ft further (nvestlgAMnn tc 1'nlns, Kirlnpy am] Bladder TronbU use Foley Kidney lhat tired feeling. upon Foley-'s, Advertisement. Sold everywhere. t RUSSIA STARTS DRIVE INTO AIR MOFCOW. many month! of preparation, during whtch aWo amounts were voluntarily Mb- Ecribe'l towards the construction of air- planes. Russia Sunday formerly launch- ed "aviation week" for the purpoie, of urousilng natlon-wtdo Interest In the building of the soviet war and peace fleet. For the moat part German planes are In use. manned by flyers. Butte Merchant Dies From Gasoline Burns Butte, June H. Regan,   car, uslrnt an oil lamp for light.__________ Union and Employers Arrive at Compromise Unite. June clerks' union, by referendum vote, Mondny accepted the proposition of for 1 o'clock cloMnB In nnd compensation In food utores that do not early. Oihor de- mands of the union. Including alvances In pay, waived by acceptance. TEAPOT DOM! OAS WILL IS BIOOEST ON RECORD Caaptr, Wyo., Jurvi Mam- moth OH company operatlnf on the Tea- pot dome has brought In a cas whtch It l< Milmatai has capacity of cubic foet dally. Ttili Is been on lha Teapot donu. The CM was In MccM Wall street crews. Anaconda, June Fredell, son of Sir. and TMrs. Ous Fredell of this la.it long ctly. has left for Sweden, where he will N. 29th enter cither the University of UppesEn. mont. or the Royal Technical college In Stock- holm to take a year's work In advanced mining education. Mr. Fredell recently was awarded a fellowship by tho Ameri- can .Scandinavian Foundation, which en- titled him to a year's Fludy abroad. lie Is tho first Montana boy to receive a scholarship from this nrganlzatlon, and tho award was mode on the basis of the excellent work he has accomplished. lie Is a graduate of Anaconda high school and the Montana School of Mines. He spent n year as assistant Instructor In the geology department at the Etate university and for the past year been employed In thfl research depart- ment of the smelters, lie will visit In Minneapolis for a month, en route to his destination, and experts to sail from New York about August 1, Helena Shriners In Shovel Brigade Genuine- McCormlck-Deerlnp Tnterna- tionnl repairs. Kit clopeV, wear better. last longer. Watland Implement Co.. 16 St. Phone 6308. XOTICH TO CKEIMTOR5. Eslntc of Morace S. Easlon, Deceased. Notice Is hereby Riven by the under- signed, R. R. Crowe, administrator of the eotate of Morace S. Easton, de- ceased, to Iho creditors of find all per- sons having claims against the aald de- ceased, to exhibit them, with the necea- rury vouchers, within four months after the first publication of thU notice, to the finld R. R. Crowe, at Hie Jaw office of E. K. Collins, at Billings, In tha Coun- ty of YMIov.-stone. Slate of Montana. Dated tho ISth day of June. 1923. R. H. CROWB. Administrator of the Estate of Morr.co Easton. Deceased. June maybe not nil of (hem. hut a lot, of at leAitt. last Sunday shov- eling dirt. Their efforts devoted to beautifying (he lawn of Algeria tem- ple here. The Shrln era, garbed in coveralls nnd armed with shovels, met at the city hall at S o'clock In tho morning and hoarded traicks for the Spring Hill mine up tho gulch. Other similarly gnrbed, nnd armed reported nt the temple later to spread tho black dirt which the trucks hauled from up tho gulch. launch served to the workmen at noon under tho di- rection of Chairman N. Walters of the banquet committee nnd 1'atrol Captain Roy Stager. COUGHING -DISTURBS SLEEP. "My wife coughed Ail tha time and could not writes OPO. A- Owtnc, Bridgeton, New Jeraey. "Khe tried Vo- ley's Honey and Tnr and had the night's sleep Bho had had for a Ions time. I wed Honfy aVl Tar and U helped me loo." Coiighn result- Ing from Whooping Cough, IlronchltSs. Asthma. Hay Fever and Croup quickly relieved with Pol H on ey n n il Tar. Contains no opiates. TngredltnU print- ed on thft carton, Largcet ncHlnn cough mafllctne In the wortd. Fo- ley'a Honey and Tar. Sold everywhere. -Advertisement, HAIL INSURE YOUR CROPS, GRAIN, ALFALFA, BEETS, BEANS, CANTALOUPES AND POTATOES in an Old Line Company. Prompt and satisfactory settlements, and losses paid in field at time of teltle- ment. YOU NEED THE PROTECTION. do it now. W. A. COMBS v National Bank Building. FOR SALE 3 MOWERS Watland Implement Co. 16 North 29th St. Phone 6308   

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