Yellowstone Monitor in Glendive, Montana
13 Oct 1910

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13 Oct 1910

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Yellowstone Monitor (Newspaper) - October 13, 1910, Glendive, MontanaYellowstone Monitor. Absolutely Independent. Published at Glendive Dawson county Montana by e. A. Martin. Subscription Price $2.00 per year entered As second class matter March 3, 1905, at the Post office at Glendive mont., under the act of Congress of March 3. 1879. Thursday. Oct. 13, 1910. County division it is an assured fact that citizens of Wibaux have made up a purse to use in a Campaign for county Divis Ion with Wibaux the county seat of the new county of Wibaux. It is be ing noised abroad that Maxwell Finch Bendon and Leiper Are in favor of such county division and have promised those Wibaux ites their sympathy and Aid in favor of the scheme. Fhe time is hardly Ripe for a division of the county but in any event it seems to us to be poor poli tics for the candidates for office to mix up in such measures. It is hardly Good form. The Reward of treachery the declarations of some of the people of Glendive accentuated by the delegation from Ward 1, that the contest was instituted to Down the Bosses in the party has riot borne fruit by any act of the Republican convention in that direction except to swell up Little Bill in his own excessive imagination. As a recompense for his treachery to his former friends he garners the dead sea fruit which he fondly hoped would bring to him the fruition of his Hopes and a sur cease of his fears but he now learns that the Price of treason is political death. The honors that his confederates sought to bestow on him Are but Gall and Wormwood to his cancerous soul. As a Rule men find some Way to excuse or palliate their acts upon which a doubt of their legality is cast when committed in the heat of political mix ups but the Means re sorted to at the primaries furnishes them not even a Ray of Hope where by they May vindicate their course or justify their acts in the Success Ful and wholesale debauchery of the ballot Box. Some of these men Dis claim All knowledge of the same and reject the accusation that they were participants but at the same time they appropriated the fruits of such crime by accepting the emoluments thereof. They hungrily picked the carcass and adorned themselves with buttonhole bouquets that they might be As conspicuous in the enjoyment of the fraudulent feast As their democratic servitors were in furnishing the same. The tactics employed at Wooley s ranch and Wilder s Landing were a matter of political history of sufficient importance to warrant them in the belief that they were worthy of repetition at this time. They brought them out in All their nakedness and used them to Down the leaders and As a mask to their enmity they elevated big Boss Bill and pledged the re publican party in this county to sup port him for the United states sen ate. The party has been guilty of blunders but taking that convention As a whole it made an amalgamated ass of itself. Without fuss or Feath ers. The party has not displayed such asinine abilities since old Rock and Rye presided Over its deliberations yet these Are the men who claim for themselves to be Sive republicans and demand an honest ballot and a fair count. Vaux Lynch and Hopkins were appointed to carry out what Little Bill had mapped out and they car ried it out to its fullest extent. They made out a certificate of Good Char Acter to these political muckrakers excusing themselves upon the a Ota every Young person needs a business education and it costs no More to get it at this great business and Short. Hand training school under exact once conditions than at one of the Small questionable ones. The results Are however very different. 350 d. B. C. Pupils went to excellent positions in Banks and offices last year Over 400 will do so this year. All Fargo Baks and others employ d. B. C. Pupils As bookkeepers tellers stenographers or Cashiers. N other Chol offers sch evidence of endors ment. Ground of urgent necessity for party Harmony on the one hand and ignorance of the cause of the trouble on the other. If the party will accept demo cratic votes and illegal votes at its primaries in numbers that equal the entire strength of the party As prize packages for party Harmony then let it be known throughout the county that the admitted delegation has an abundance of that kind of Harmony on tap on All occasions so much so that they have a Reserve in the citizens party of sufficient magnitude to relieve the fears of big Bill for the future. When the Republican party turned Over to the two democratic bos ses the management of its primaries in Ward i of this City it not Only demonstrated that things were to be done that ought not to be done but that they themselves did not dare to do in the open that which their agents would do covertly. The air is silent As to your refutation of these charges while the re Ward for your treachery shall be our eternal condemnation. You May profit by such practices but the Sil ent censure of your neighbors shall always be with you As an accuser of your dishonest practices. We notice that you Are not gloating Over your Victory for the reason that your methods resorted to were so nearly criminal that the Layman cannot Dis cover the line of demarcation be tween that which is Legal and that which is illegal. Heretofore the nominees of the party have had a clean slate to work on but now they find it a marched with treachery deceit fraud and a debauched ballot. We commiserate with you on your unhappy condition of mind. Demosthenes. Brief and Breezy does Adolph Rothbarth mean to say that a Man can get $100,000 or so from a new York Bank by just asking for it the supreme court will no doubt adopt the motto Hughes to the line let the chips fall where they prof. Woodrow Wilson offers to Confer upon new Jersey the degree of a. G.," Good government. Suppose Theodore Roosevelt did Dodge the Tariff and keep the Issue Down for seven Long years was he not Square dealing in other directions it May be a base thought but one cannot help wondering whether Frank Hitchcock s senatorial Aspi ration had anything to do with Ari Zona s going democratic. George Gould expresses the sapi ent opinion that business will improve whether Success alights on either Republican or democratic Banner. Another Middle of the Road Man. That Newport society woman who dashed into the Ocean to Rescue her Cook was not a heroine at Al. She needed the Cook. One of the most hopeful signs of the time is to be found in the fact that we sent $32,000 Worth of soap to the Philippines. Now James j. Hill is talking about conserving conservation. An end less Chain sort of uplift. A baby in Des Moines has been named Halle s Comet but As Kip Ling would say that s another tale. Will our esteemed contemporary the Outlook please inform us As to when t. R. Finds time for his Lite Rary duties Doc Cook is reported on his Way to Etah to bring Back his records and other proofs that he was the first to reach the North pole. Of course everybody knew it would be Only a matter of a Short time before he d do it. The colonel says his whole Creed is to make other people behave themselves and if they wont then swat pm. Cannon seems to have pulled through by a margin almost too narrow for a stand Patter to stand on. New Jersey once More presents us with the scholar in politics. In View of the Overe Idelt tril mass of evidence antagonistic to he Dersain is recommended that its use in baking powders be prohibited by states Senate committe repo. Me & the e s or am baking powder Mlade from grapes approved by physicians and food officials both state and National. Awarded highest honors by the great world s expositions and proved of Superior strength and purity by the official tests. Teachers Institute comes next week monday october 17 9 00-opening exercises singing invocation. Rev. Leland 9 15-arithmetic or. Harmon 9 45-Geographyor. Gibb 10 20intermission 10 30-literature. Mrs. Gertrude Bell 11 15-Lectureor. Book t 12 00-intermission 1 30-opening exercises t Roll Call . High school pupils 1 45-Spellingor. Harmon 2 10-literature. Mrs. Gertrude Bells 2 50-intermission 3 00-current events. Or. F. P. Baird 3 25-lecture. Or. Book 4 00-dismissal 8 30 p. , the care and culture of children. Or. Book congregational Church tuesday october 18 s 9 00opening exercises r singing invocation. Rev. Burhans 9 15arithmetic. Or. Harmon 9 45-primary methods. Mrs. Gertrude Bell 10 20-intermission 10 30-Grammarmr. Nevins 11 00-lecture. Or. Book a 12 00-intermission c 1 30opening exercises e Roll Call s9lo. Mrs. Tisdale1 40primary methods. Mrs. Gertrude Bell r 2 15-physiology. Or. Harmon e 2 45-intermission 2 50-school management. Or. Book f 3 20-history m r. Gibb 4 00-dismissal wednesday october 19 t 9 00-opening exercises singing invocation. Rev. English 9 15-penmanship or. Gibb s 9 40school management. Or. Book 10 25-Intermissioni 10 35-grammar. Or. Nevins 11 00-literature.-mrs. Gertrude Bell o 12 00-intermission 1 30-opening exercises Roll Call y music. Misses Anderson and Nichols s 1 45-the state examination. Or. Harmon e 2 10-language. Mrs. Gertrude Bell f 2 55-intermission e 3 05round table. Led by or. Book e 3 40l-report of committee on resolutions 4 00-dismissal program subject to change instructors or. W. E. Harmon state superintendent of Public instruction Helena. 1 mrs. Gertrude Bell lecturer Denver Colo. O or. H. L. Gibb City superintendent of schools Glendive. 1 or. F. P. Baird principal of schools Wibaux. Or. J. H. Nevins principal of schools or. Book University of Montana Missoula. =.__ -1-- 1. ,1--.-Usine m our $50.00 business course prepares for business lifer position As clerk or bookkeeper. The new $85.00 of co Erce and banking endorsed by Bankers re associate n in suppl bookkeepers for the Large concerns and tellers and Cashiers for the Northwestern Banks. The stenographic course wader an expert re Porter trains High Grade stenographers and court re porters. The stenographers for the u. S. District cur Cass court third judicial District and Thea so county court Are d. I Puis. Can any others he offer you this Evidue of Superior fringing musical Trio announced the new musical Trio the Jordan triplets Miller Bendon and Burk Art will give a musical entertain it at the Dawson county club on evening of nov. 8 next with the following program Missouri George and big Boss Bill by Bill Jordan How they put it Over me by Ira Bendon of where is the governor s hat by big Boss Bill can i sit in the speaker s chair by me too Maxwell break the news gently to Mary by Alkali Finch the boy in Berry s rushes of 1 us a s Kesta Aurant at Riverside on West Bell Street now open for business everything first class try our cuisine Auto transportation co Pany passengers and express. Leave Glendive leave Sidney 8 00 a. M. 8 00 a. M. Monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday saturday automobile livery special equipment for picnic and fishing parties agents for rapid motor vehicle co s commercial cars. Dickman & Haskell proprietors. Phone 166a Glendive Montana. The Samaritan Hospital = a _ -.=- = solicits your patronage. New equipment. First class t nurses. Fine private rooms. Ward rates moderate. Miss a. M. Scott supt. Directors Dan j. Donohue m. D. So. H. Hunt m. D. A. L. Hammerel m. D. Miss a. M. Scott. Good furniture is always cheap furniture. Poor furniture is always expensive furn it Are. We have always a select Stock of Good furniture at right prices. Quality and finish Are what make fins furniture. Those can always be de Pended upon when you buy at the Enterprise furniture co. A. Wont bid f i i 30 the d. B. C. Has built a magnificent s 60 Tye Square feet is seated with Roll top desk Ca st writers adding machines killers it a g t Ork pupils Deal with each other and i m e w for equipped offices using aluminium lowest As 0 fascinating and practical. In North estate school like the d. B. A for Cada loge formation about any department address of. Leland Watkins Prasey. Hii eighth Street South by Franklin p by Franklin peripatetic Leiper shooting the Hagan chutes by Cuffy Hughes musical director Northwestern inventors the following patents were this week to Northwestern inv nor reported by d. Swift & co., Patet lawyers w Ashington d c will furnish any of our readers copies of the same for ten cents each h. Mont. Arthur Platt Corn fruit Box lid r. C. Wash. Lewis Brykk s stove and Furnace grate. Fred tip Cronholm n aches up on August a Kiung a i l ical compound we to Ingle Troma attachment for k Erato. Of to

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