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Anaconda Standard (Newspaper) - April 23, 1923, Anaconda, MontanaFour Butte men \ a Wise a a buy when you buy barrel staup you get amp heavy Golden syrup whose thickness and goodness you can see through the Walls of the Little Glass barrel. You know what you re getting. Faces birr syrup of pure Cane sugar Maple Flavoured never crystallize in sanitary Glass barrels useful when empty As containers for fruit spices Etc. Mason Jar covers fit in 3 sizes Barb syrup and the Little Glass barrels when empty can be used to hold canned fruit Rice Coffee or other pantry supplies. Mason Jar covers fit the top of the Little barrel syrup costs no More than syrup in useless tins. At All leading racers it manufactured by the barrel syrup corporation Oakland California All sold out sunday s Issue of the Standard was entirely sold out within an hour after the papers were ready for distribution. And the same Story applies to sales every Day last week despite extra press runs to satisfy the demand. Most every one has acquired the habit of Reading the Standard Don t fail to see trailing wild animals in Africa Broadway theater your last Chance today special children a matinee today at 4 00 p. M. Children 15e adults 30c tax included Iota no fraternity becomes chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa. Spacial dispatch to Tho Standard Missoula april 22, Iota no fraternity to which Many of the Moat prominent students at the elate University belong with alumni members scattered far and wide Over the state now is my Deuteron chapter of Phi Sigma Kappa the ceremonies of installation having been conducted on the Campus Friday and saturday. Arnold c. Otto of Milwaukee Inductor was assisted by Phi Sigma kappas from Oregon agricultural College and the universities of Wisconsin and Minnesota. Many members of the fraternity were Here to participate in the induction of More than 6� men initiated into the new chapter. The ceremonies ended last evening at the Florence hotel followed by a dance it the elks Temple. This afternoon the fraternity was Host to the wives mothers and sifters of the Brothers at a reception Given at the chapter House. Prominent on the hat of the alumni members of the fraternity initiated Are Leonard Daems Harlowton Stephen Reardon and Tom Davis Butte Norman thisted and o. B. Kolp great Falls de Witt Warren Glendive Charles Macgowan. Spokane g. Otis Baxter Deer Lodge William Wilson. Frenchtown or. .1. I Quot. S. Marshall. Fred Thieme Warren Thieme Vert Mosher. Herbert Uphill Tom Sapulding Ray Hamilton Fay Clark John Taylor Henry Rakeman Charles Joy Ray Caln Missoula. The Active members initiated include Harvey Elliott l. B. Quinn Blair Wallace Brennan John Braddock. John gooney Melvin lord and Craig Wilcox Missoula Carol rank Edson Andrus Scott Mcmillan John Shaffer Lloyd Madsen and Stanley Dohrman Miles City Herbert Bloom. Ralph Neill and Truman Bradford great Falls Robert Carson a Hotfield Minn. Charles Coleman St. Maries. Idaho Arthur Driscoll William Loughrin Charles Memnon Clifford Sullivan and Fred Martin Butte Harold Delpp bluing Dan Hobbit Corvallis William Mitchell and Howard Doggett Townsend Rich a Crandell White Plains n. Y. Earl Duffy. Florence Arthur Berggen Anaconda Rel Nail Terk Nlle. Montvale n. J. Charles Guthrie and a. Bertram Guthrie Choteau Furness Van Ider Stein Lewistown and j. Roger Fleming. Red Lodge. Iota no was founded in too has an Active list of 39 and nearly too alumni. Its chapter House formerly the f. S. Lusk Home on Gerald Avenue is one of the priest fraternity Homes on Tho Campus. Among the prominent alumni members Are Christian betide Given a place on Campos All service football team Steve Sullivan Couch of butt Centra High school teams Harry Adams assistant coach now at the University George Scherck. Formerly coach of the Nutte High school Leonard Daems formerly grizzly Captain and later coach of several teams and Ernest Prescott Holder of several pole vaulting records at Tho University. To lottery ohme heavy shutters open when Butte detective wiggles fingers. Heavily barred doors proved no harrier in the path of police chief Murphy and detective Powell when they began a cleanup of chinese lottery games in butter a celestial District yesterday afternoon. Detective Powell by Means Hest known to himself had Learned the High at the door the. Detective stuck his hand through a Slot and Quot wriggled his fingers. From the inside the Dick Click of electric locks was the instant response to his Mystic signal. Scarcely had a Long line of doors swung open when the mistake was discovered. Electric buzzers sounded and in a Distant room bedlam broke Loose and an attempt made to bar the Way by the dosing of doors. But the officers were before them. When they departed an elaborate system of electric warnings had been destroyed and a collection of lottery tickets seized. At 20 West Mercury Street. Chen Wing was arrested while at 222 South main Street Sam Lee was taken into custody. Each was charged with operating lottery Gime and their Bonds fixed at $100. It to Aiuto the degree to which soldiers of la Spanish Crown were taught to hate cuban patriots in the blah a Days before that country a emancipation from Tyrran iral oppression is vividly illustrated on the screen this week at the Rialto theater in the John s Robertson picture version of Joseph Herge so Eirner a Quot the Bright shawl Quot in which Richard Barthelmess stars. In one scene the body of a cuban Patriot who died from Marsh fever is smuggled out of his Home undo cover of darkness after the face had been disfigured by his own relatives that he might not be recognized. Had it been Learned that he had been harboured in the Home All members of tim family would have been summarily executed for there was a Price on his head. At the River Bank the burial party is intercepted by a Spanish sentry with fixed Bayonet. When the father explains that he has killed an insolent servant the sentry grins jabs his Bayonet info the huddled figure and passes on shrugging his shoulders. Postmasters of in examination. Special dispatch to the Standard. Washington april 22.�?civil service examination to fill the Post mastership at great Falls will to held May 22. The office becomes vacant August 8. The Treasury department has issued a Federal charter to the labor National Bank of Montana at three Forks which succeeds the first National of that place. The Bank is capitalized at $25,oof she thou she was economical but she was a Thrifty housekeeper careful of the pennies eager to Cut Down expenses. Yet she had never considered the saving it was possible to make on Good Coffee. One afternoon she was shopping. A you know a the grocer said to her a we sell my a Coffee to our very Best customers. A they Are keen judges of value. They know it requires fewer of the Golden grains of my a Coffee to make each delicious cup. A when they buy my a Coffee they this is also the of t rec Tea. Itt j there May be better actors on the screen than Henry b. Walthall who him the leading role in the Fox special Quot the face on the bar room it now playing at the american but at the moment of going to press no one has been Able to suggest any. Walthall has made a great reputation on the stage and was under contract to appear with Henry Miller in Quot the great Divide a when David w. Griffith persuaded him to enter pie j Tures. He won stardom and Quot classmates a and Quot the avenging conscience Quot Are still remembered As films that stood out among the mass of screen material of the older Days. Then came his famous role is the Little colonel in Quot Tho birth of a probably still the Best Artel and Best beloved role on the screen. New examinations in civil service the following list shows the specially announced examinations which will he held by the United states civil service commission in the near future and persons desiring to take any of these examinations May obtain the necessary application Blanks and information concerning them by applying at 207 Post office building. Seattle Wash apprentice copperplate map engraver. Geological Survey $1,200. June g. Apprentice fish culturing Bureau of fisheries $600 to $900, May 9. Apprentice letter engraver Bureau of engraving and printing $60�> june 6. Assistant marketing specialist economic marketing research agricultural economics $2,100 to $3,000, june 6. Copyist craftsman puget sound Navy Yard $4.16 a Day continuous. Editorial assistant geological Survey. Washington d. Cd $1,800 to $2,-400. May 23. Electrical craftsman grades Quot by and puget sound Navy Yard. $4.48 to $7.60, continuous. Immigrant inspector departmental. $1,500, May 26. Industrial agent Bureau of engraving and printing $1,200, june 6. Junior civil Engineer Bureau of Public roads $1,500. May 9. Junior in Cotton testing Bureau of agricultural economics $1,200 to $1,-800, june 6. Plant quarantine inspector Federal horticultural Board Field service $ i,-400 to $2,740. June 6. Structural Ste a work craftsman and Marine engine and boiler craftsman $4.48 to $7.60, continuous. Survivor drafts Mun Forest service Field $1,400 to $1,800. May 29. Trained nurse and trained nurse psychiatric Panama canal service $110 to $130 per month june 6. A Bonus paid in addition to the salary quoted. Bonus of $240 per annul wireless communication held with miners in underground Workings of mines will soon be a possibility according to recant Evne Ruments in tins is i country and England. Things we have always known the recent business condition has brought to the forefront of thou lilt Many fundamental considerations that have always been known but have been damned with faint Praise. Human nature in the mass is very much like human nature in the individual. One of its dominant characteristics has been summed ii in tile observation a you never miss the water till the Well runs dry. We never appreciate fundamental tilings until inc have occasion to do without them. This observation has a special application to the demand of the Public for the products of Industry. While the demand was at High tide and everybody was Busy trying to Supply that demand at a profit no one seemingly gave a thought to where the demand came from How Long it might last or what would happen if it should fail. W e merely assumed the permanent existence of the demand just As we assume the presence of water air and fire. But a Day came when demand began to subside and in Many industries it came almost to a full Stop. And then we missed it and realized As never before what an important tiling it was. And we began to inquire where it came from Iii th1 first place and How it might he restored. E always knew everybody knew a that desire for things made a demand for them in the Market. I hat people desired things we accepted As an elemental fact. But w Hen we discovered that desire fluctuated we began to appreciate that desire As we knew it is a tiling created by the Art of Man. It is a highly specialized form of an elemental need just tas a Louis we chair is made out of a tree. This discos cry led to another equally important discovery that the Means of refining and specializing that desire was advertising. The Gigantic work that has been accomplished by modern advertising now stands out in hold Relief. It has been the Means by which the refinements of civilization have been made known and made desirable and this desire has been made into demand. It is a is Iii lie fact that a million profitable forms of Industrial activity owe their very existence to the fact that advertising upheld the standards of living which in turn provided the demand for their products. Published by the Anaconda Standard in co oper Atlen with Tho american association of advertising agencies

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