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FARMER FORCED INTO
Driscoll (N. D.) Man Com
pelled to Deny That He
Got Refund of $95
Fargo. N, .. June S. ---Oscar
Opint, a" farmer near Driseoll, saved
S95 last fall through the activity of
the state grain inspector in forcing
llie local elecvators to live uip to the
neOW tarier lawS.
'Ihere was nothinlg especially sul
]prising in the case except that the
deal was particularly raw and the
('curicr-News of this city made mcii
lion of it on April 26.
Then on fMay S the Courier-News
wasi sie,'vd withl a demlllnd to retract.
icconp!l:iecd by i:n affidavit signed
by the elceatt'or manaigerl', the direct
ors and Oscar Opoion. denying that
the refund check was issued.
Official Had Itecord.
The affidavit of the farmer was
surprisillg, for the office of the state
deputy grailn ill ..peclor had records
of the case. The surpllise continued
until May 24. when. at a Ileeting of
200 tfar:ers. O)poion dehclared that his
firtt statemllent was corre'ot iand that
lie it:; "tllleatenedl a d milade to signI
a fialse statemeltnt." 'rTIe elevatolr man
ager Iaclillowledged in a letter writ
ten on Alay 21 to the grain inspector
I hat e.' had paid \lr. O)oion the
amo1t1 di'' himln. Thuts anollher typ
i, al pi' .' (f a tllli-farul' l r intrigue has
b,-1n broughilt to naught.
A 'recenlt letterl fro ll Alr Opoin cx
lla in€n now lie wi. saved t951 oil a
ilsall aunit0 Of wheei ceds as fot
S" a writing this in regard to my
lgraini dea] at )Drsetil. N. 1). 1 have
sen this deal pulished inI the pa
ters before, Ibul it it was ot senlit out
to Inc. Hlere it centes right off the
hlit from iiue; sot it is no ectond-halllnd
No 1ay for I Flax.
I had 318 bushels of wheat hauled
lo the Equity Grain and Mercantile
elevator at IDriscoll albouit Jan. 16. 1
hauled (onei load to anIother elevatorl
lll ian t test wit how tauc(h flax it i'','I
was in m itx whiat. tie tested (oulit 5 per't
eit, hut as I itld onie load at I1 is
t( valor, I did noti ieliand any pay I
fo:r thei flax that was in it. Iuit lthe
3138 bushels which I had ait the first
leva:tlor with 5 p r celit flax in i t.I
wolllo lie too lucllh to lot go for noth
ing. I was docked 4 5-6 aind S per
tt, sot T i.i1utght I woultd deittIud
liay fior tlly flax. and what dockage I
t here was in nl' wheat a noitthitng
"I vwent henme that lday, lit iln q
fetw datys I went in ito see vllnt ctould
1b, dlollne, buit jius:;t spent allnother dayi
chewiing the rag with the grain buyier.
Thalt's all the good it didl me. Finally/
1 hIardl they haedpassed a law at thlle
lait legislature- a graitin law that Ipro
\ides that dot khage of value shaltl li
"So I wrote to the grain inspen-t.iol
detoartlllent antll giotl il answVOr froml
.1. A. lcGovern, chief dt.ntilvy grainl
inllsllecto()i'r, statillng hll I s hould l()ll
sell lily \Vh at unles!ll s I t Itpaiy for l she
flax in it. 'If they will Inot do so,
sclud tOme a silttple atind we will writ,
to thlt.' lSo I showed this letter to
lth tanltaiger. Ile told me he' did t not
1;foli how Iicm('ch flax vwa:; ill nmy
'-nlet. I did notl have any slup :.! le' to
:tnl iandl the only thinig I could tell
biy was the elevator I hauled the one
load to which! tu·sted out , per' cient.
11t11 i1al a e (:1111ole ( Ol r t 11P Sallle fi,'ld.
I tgl hint if he \would ("ut idown the
(o kat.gc to 2 ir clent In all of it. I
woitl let the flax go fori lttllhil1g. lie
decided to do hlis .
(olnged 1) ('Cents : IInsll.
"1'tlit iates a ditff irectie of 16
b1'-h.ls wof \h-i at. This, sic t .gil tll'
fl': alnd dlo,-kag de' l . ;dll d Illktle-es
Wi.4:. whihlh would have nOlle for
ttlo'l.;age excelpt for tl(e new staite lialv.
"W'hen we catle to settle u it. he I
fiuil'ed toy wheat at thei set t i'e of
a" ^1 per bushel. T'ile other elevator
was tayinlig 2.22 on thi itsmttI' diay. A
vcmipl, of dtityv iater there was an !l ,e
valor meeting at. Arlna. Air1. M\a('( -
ilrn wias thert'e and 1 spoke to hitll
lilthut this elevator paying tie 19i
' itlls le'ss per ustilsh l thian t(11he it er
''evatori. He told t to \'' give him t!('
am)loiult of bushels, .;rude, price re
c,'ivc(d for mny wheat, and what thl
otl!ttr elevator was playingll on thatL
tlay. I did this. ithe told mte to go in
antld ::' what I could geit out of thit,
hlt btefore I got to Driscoll. Il'. Mlc
tovern( had betet there and fixed tp
the differencle inll it(h' pii' with the
mlanager, a difference of 19 enllts lperl
tlhsltll on 3-34i busll Is, which lltakes
. 4 6.
Now. I did not know whether the
man:ager had any objections to pay
't^ this diffelrence in price, but ti henti
i n-ked hinm what the rea:;oti was that
, we not payinlg the ,umle prI'ic'e as
Il!( olther elevator. lie told fil lie \was
tlused to figtu"ring at the :;-,t lprice.
'' I1l per llushel, that he did l!It rI(o
itllemler the raise ill the iltarket alt
"Youits very trulty,
DUKE OF WEWLNNTONJ
PAYS !OUSE DEN TOD Y
(By United Press )
Io.tdon. June 18.----Tod ay. the
1l'lth anniversiary of the 1battlet of
Waltlerloo, is "rlent day for the duke
(,f We!lington. Biut his gra:ll-, tdoes
.,ui have to dive diown very fiar inlto
his:; ockets, as a little silk standard
oil a silver staffi a repllia of thie
French calvary standard capt treid ilt
:Waterloo by his famious ancestor, is
;ill be has to pay for Apsley lhotse.
this London residence and Stratfitld
Hilye, Berkshire, which were 'presenlt
ed by the nation to the "Iron D)uke."
'elis "peppercorn cent,.' as it is
called, was formerly presented to the
sovt.'eign annually by the duke iil
pIrclon, but of late years the mollnarch
has lnot had time for such small cere
monies, and this year the duke mere
ly ient the "rent" found by his sec
retary, who turned it over to a royal
equerry. The little standards usually
find their way to the guards mess at
Bulletin Want Ads Get
Results. Phone 52
GREAT FALLS FOR
The fol! oin;; Great Falls unions
have voted in favor of striking
to froe Thomas Mooney, the
figures din:tling the percentag^.,
of uclnbershilp who toted to
Plasterers ..........-......... ......- 100;
Machinists . ....................... 0
Machinist I elpers: .............. s
I. 13. E. Vorkts ... . (;Co
('ooks ;llld V\rlvi's .. ........... Wa:r
Sheet M1::al W\olrk:'irs.... i
l.oilellra het. ..... ........ 5
Iainlters . ............. -------
Ied ra ,' lll .........
Teai' s . . ........................
lgi n , ... - ----...................... I-- .
G(ooks ... \i,;ailr1h' . . ............ li
]"l'ct ri, \\ rkt'r, ........ .. . 71
M ill a;nd S It, :' ,n -......- 70
.('L ) ,' < .......................... 75 "
T11e c'rpe tetrs and mill and
,-I.trlte Inin are takling their vote
over again and it is felt that the
triloe will also carry with thln.
7.---- -----__ - . ........ .....~ ~ ~ !
O ---·--------- --O----
"lowdy.'" says I.
I"lowdyt." ays he.
1d iIneVOr1 see the mall afOre.
"t.aO ' I-;s . says he,
\Ilt;bhy, mehhy, I ain 't sure."
'iThe' bl:y," says I.
T"ih gra says': hi.
And both tillhitched.
S(ood Ilont':" s:ys I.
"`lo11", 0(0i." 1 il". ],
-\s y(ou -tan see"
loiot." says i
"NVwi'." says he.
"aven up or we canl ' agr'e'."
..)one1." says I.
.Al1 right." say's he.
nd loth hitched up.
"liddup," siays he.
IHloth plugs stood sto'ch still.
l- k : says hIe,
"I a-al," r!y:; 1.
"Aline, too,"' s.y's he,
\ ith Iwinlkling ieye.
So lIong.' ays I.
" o(od (lily," says lhe.
"'( -ess that's t hoilse (pi"o,"
SCREEN DOORS ANDS
SI, n 1 i
SCREEN DOORS AND
IItl ;IIl' i' IIl '1 IIll
-, 'V ' t'lI 1 ,ltl l ý l I ll llC'. It
S i III iI ;l ;i l.l u' ill
Ii , iiiI ý I \\ ii l I )1 ii i ll
SCREEN' WIRE CLOTH.
t I; i/ ' w l u tt i ll;1
IRONS at $3.75 and $6.00
I if' you arI' Iuiblin l, ;I n.lr.
e l n, o S tI ' ali' n, . it w ill
d We Carry What You Want
l 'The Home of Good Hardware
a Mechanics' Fine Tools
I\ Paints-Window Glass
Plumbing and Electrical
Phone 956-221 E. Park
SEAWALL THAT PROTECTS PANAMA CANAL
SWestern Newspaper Ur lun
.so(';r )11 '111 .f ovrm noc ll t'i" l, r.\ il . "l]ii 1) l «.,.il ktel) $ fllC ]w;:Ivy" .No:Is out
of ('(],,lin I.rtnh()r al)(I ))):ak(.s the Atlclntic ,lltrall.l Le su .e'for. shil-lpng. .lo'h Of
:hicse Iblock((s we, ighs l.u tolls.
Germans Tend Toward
Form of Bolshevism
Teuts Too Long Accustomed to Taking1
Orders to Plunge to Other Extreme
All at Once, Says Correspondent, so'
Change Is Working Slowly.
fly CARILI). GRIOAT
t tiil jiolPss Stuff (C'orespolllonit.
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14''; 1: le liut t(ht 011111 4111 olult 'ol
rt aII (0111 her' 141'054111 00114i
11'-ýý anti P; et is tih' same- -it is
'to ,'1I'l 11 if ( ri'1;II v ,';es le the ox
1 Ill lt"!I;iou lIlnssilil ImilollevisIs
HItIt hil't li.41 1 441404Iu:'V440. ill the
10iu111t im m14114 h."i t'l 1d 1110 gr11(0
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TEN LABOR L FADERS
t(joltnund Fro Iuifl 'go (Inh.
it t' hao .. x 'ad III d ";1.w
- . utn ti o W'lti li l,;; :' .
I .tlo 111 : (C, 1'ti.5 _ , (o : .t ( .
111 X(II (cars 1(l 0 rltO le' .,ll' ,
(S Cifl 1IIed I i'·i\Il'
EI I .11,; ' e1 'il 'I tile I '' , dill t'' follh
(("(; I'in 'trie (out:( lt v. I'h,' ,o nl:1(
(I(1 1"'- = illdIl, ilt . ldi t O \v sO iC : I l
To!loi \("w the 01 die:
.b A h Illil5. it,,d 1'' d ( Its 'to t il?
( . e I, 11 ie st;te, it ;la . h: ,11'
-( -- ( ll h :; ! i II''\!- ( I-II(, '
i'atc: 1artlici i ai ' eslablisiim nl l withltO t
I' itlrd IiO tilthe crafts Ollployetld.
"'h si'e council:'i ' do ilt participate in
,politics directly, 1)ut it is conceivable
tlit f irt.n thil; :ystetn there may later
atiiih ( plan ltre or lees, like the
l:nisiln i Ior lmln': andli soldiers'
onitlttilS Of :QOViet:.
IHowoVer, the gleneral foiling helre
i: that eventually peace will come,
:.d ihia with i thel( re- stalbli; hnlltll of
;normItl i tne.:, (1erllan y will lose,
'11 U 1' (;' thi' foermenIt Which has
nli:'i d ii ' recent I, y5s, alzll that shil
:ili aiad!;y g t bac-i, io work onl it
lint, the iiil'y uof this basis. as the
,ii'-tinL i l i 'i 'here tces i, liels in giv
ing him l a reaiiter htre ill the good
'ihjg's of life thanl he has ever had
af. :r," . with fewer working houl's
and al el(,r pay than he had under
1e, 1 1inu of prll e-war days. lie isn't
,pccinlly eiiious as to the liletlhod
i'.,e ihy hils, cones, thoullghi i s is fair
to ! that, as :1 ltttish, the Ger iatnI
people arc tired of war. and things
la\~ to resort to bloodshed to obtain
C)' I' ' rill r t x.whit the worltug
111; . h11. iiiniellectllua l ' O r licil llIn tys
thin), of ii'course theur lie's the class
i 1 wantl h to cling to the doctrines
aI id cllitoi , of the lpast. Nalurally.
tis las tl. wants to l avoid tholslievisli
in the cmmnlonly .,cepted version
"f tit inistit tionl. Atnd, its efforts
t.;: nifestly tend toward koeping in
ch1.11 ., a revolutionary spirit that
11ild ciltllrviahlbly wite out the Cli
1 listi' systeli.
I il l. n lli. c howevel'r, the situia
fi :, ito o ,.1 t tr full :students
i:: 1 h .: (1''llii:;l I iy w a n ts a n e w d e a l
indut!aily muld otherwise and is
t:,di g lolwa,'d it all she time, ibut
lile' Ila.iorllly w ilt it withouit the
S., i.i'l ilmiioil thatl l iiar ed holshev
h :nt' iirlh in ltuissia.
(Special I'nited Press ~'irte.)
Atlantic City, June 18. -- The
A orican F 'it'dertionll o of labor it it"
tcoiVielitioi today adopted a resolu
tiolln aikilng triesidte ht \VI'tlsion to re
mloVe lPostn.i;tter Ge.i, ral , l ur1 t'lesonl
o11o ll litoe at tlice'. ]'.very other
reisolution htt\vitg the slightest tinge
of "radiltt! stit" wa' throttled.
CBIQIl1A S STl P S
Iip ,.tial ;1i i 't Pre . W it 1
l pl n01, :ng c :u.l, Junnf 1:. l 'o111r
dre!r'd ( anl iai;ln suoliers mohhrd
:2 d t"rteclt O d It l> polioce stattitl here
!,t night. "i'hiev litberated n conit rade
"i:: haid been arrested. Twenty po
li'erinen we,,'r1. injured defending the
FLYNN TIPS OFF
SOM.E INSIDE DOPE
-p te ,.e : l I ' i : d 1 t 'I r s ,1 i re . \
\1 :u tin tn, .. .111, iS. - illi:kil
i;:; h t " the ho l a;i of ill
l':sti;ation I f itu deparitneli tt of
, gui, " 1: ic, . ive: the cutli ry
. x p el t al d i ,i :u ll b o m b ,ut, -
thnes i5n cI.. i Yonu Waint trl
Rent T:at Furnish ed House
I-' lltillnut P "rOl Pn 0' . 1'.1
'1 tilt et i i- .tVtrd. sheyonld athe iat
l,, :, rrtd r isai s over which the
(1 i i lh i si. : ; , ; l ' l .! I t ' : f o l l h t r tl al ; '1 r l "e l l -. l t
n1.:'u: ..1: for' the word which will
:.'. ! Il , I1 l h ill t 0 t 1 1Illl, t,r
,"i t ",".!! n iato them to the l tatus>;
c" p;.1 . ico f,"r, e,. To the lortlh,::!rd.
t: :- ip, oef thl lllitsh navy. with
' r !:;on'' n t' ,] shrouded in mys
r". :e, n" n1, 01,,1 t ' be p1r%,pa ring fo'r
;1 e;uit ' dt':scnt upon the all but un
;: .:1t1 , -t of -:em all- y, if tilt`
Phone 52 If You Want tc
Rent That Furnished House
Ilulletin Iourttrs should patronize
(Unions who volt on the Mooney
strike are requested to furnish re
suits of the Balloting to The
BulleLin for publication.--Ed.)
Results, so far as The Bulle
tin has learned, are:
Tailors, 3 to 1.
Barbers, 3 to 1.
Plasterers. 2 to 1.
Electricianrs No. 65.
Pl sterers. unaniiiiious.
Silver Bow Trudes and L.abor
learse'-Conn olly club, u inau
Mill, Smelter and Surface
,Metal Mine Workers' Union of
W\orlkinaimen's Union. 69 to 58
W\ood, W.'ire and Metal Lathers'
Iuternational Union No. 69,
tulaniui oul ly.
Siork ir:;', Soldiers' and Sailors'
v\otedil u'aniint nou:- ly for .oiiui'
iR u bb e r and Tireworkers'
union, 13 to 2.
T? I i T ITIES N! .. .
USED TI L[EY CASEI
Anti-Farmer Plotters Re- I
vealed as Behind Noted
St. Paul. Minn.. June 18.---That
antlli-loague hadquarterls il the Mler
N -hants National Bank building, St.
:11ul. rep'esenting hostile business
intterests, paid the bills turned in bye
dete tives, attorneys and others hired I
ill an attempt to injure tile leagtue
aid its pr'esident, A. ('. Townley, in
connection with the Townley bank
rulpt cIase. is the conlclusion that
mil hi drawn fromi evidence present-1
Id by the Minnesota ieader.
ilrancis Murplhy of Minot, former
iceet;tnt attorney general of North
)iitkoLa, who had been handling thei
c;se, reprlesclnted it creditor with I 1
chlaii of $1.2,:0. It is absurd to think
that Iti (coveri this :mulllllnt Iany ImanI
would s"t'ilId the thoustands which
haIt( already been paid out by league
oppOlllnt- in conllectiOll with (ihe
I 'clor-ce Visits Putterson.
C(larence F. Johnson, former tem
plhyer at the anti-league headquar
ter:;, says that E. 1. ct1'(utcheonll, the
tIru'st'e ill blallkrltuptcy, andl il'rancis
Alturl, ihy', i lwyerl, wrO firequentlt vie- I
itors; to tho Patterson offices in St..
Thi'le last visit that Johnson re' enlt
'1her: w,'is ill April, 1919, after Judge
Amnidonl hadd Inded down his de
cision giving President Townley and
the league a cllean bi!l of health.
legartling this visit. Johnson says
the two melln caIIi in while he and the
tI glnographrlll were the only one0s. il
tllhe offict. lie talkdct to them on sev
-oral miatte's and then a:sked if they
SwereI downl to "square up,'" and they
- rieplied thiy were,
'MIr". I'ltterson camie 1 in about I
thel'i!n," tdeclares Johnsonll, "and lie.
aecompa:nied by Murphy and .1c
C'lutchelon, went into an inner offica
:tlid closed the door. Shortly after
this timeI ('. . W.Amntes, president
!hle West Pnlblishing company and
rmer mee('! r O f O the 1 inneo'ota
Piubli Safei'ty commission. c lame in
land enteredl the office where Patti
-n, ,llurnhy Ind lllc[ itch(on were.
Shortly after that time they (tme out
e and Mlecu(tcheon stated that they had
si continllationl of the moeeting at
- o'clock that afternoon.
Junkin on Hand Too.
"The next day Messrs. Murphy and
At!cl'uteheon were closeted with Tom
Parkoer .1Junkin ahout all the morning.
but durillg the morning lc('utcheon
.ialce into P'atterson's office and I
asked him if matters had been fixed
IIp, and his reply was that everything
"le said the transcript would be
as large as a Standard dictionary
which was at iliy elbow, he also said
:hat AMr. Patterson was to get 10
otries of this. testitmoly."
olln:son says that on two oc'cas;iolls
while he was employed by Patterson
he got evidellce for Mr. Murphy.
It was a noitorious faict that dlringf
thei heirillg Ith attorneys for the
creditors paid more attelntion to se
uriniiig facts they hoped to uae
:against the league1 than matter of
iluei i t t he creditors. Referring to
this in his decision Judge Amidon
FI :earich (fot hidden funds)
hIas I rn pursued not only with the
Zeal of Il'crditors inlltent on collecting
their debts. htiit that of political ad
v\,-ari:,s -o: l king to discredit ai
narty * * * The (conclusion is
iustified., and the courlt s, finds thei
fact to bIe, that tile reason why\\ the
hidt'e treasure hits not been found
i: thai ii does ii ot exist."
KNOX FIRES FIRST
1!N FOR RESOLUTION
:n .l l'nied Pres "Wire.)
WVashiietot. ,ilJune 1S,.-Wairning
i'te iit'lila t, ti agoimst anlly stand that
SA1 ty IC lt sti, Ilate or the Ameri
c' il 0 l ',' Ith ollportllunity of mature
i''liber,titlo lulon the leagiue of Na.
tionýs. ., lii1r linOx opiened the sell
Sli ti' fih.!t 'i:r his resolution, to vir
itiallhy :'leart'l:e tlle peace treaty from
the league covenalllnt.
o - - --- ------ -- .
'aol'i t i:WF'eI is: better known I n
to historc as Nell (wynne. Her true
,name wat Margaret Symoott and shei
Montana Cash Grocery
(Formerly the Hill Grocery.)
FRED -(OGEIs, 5lgr.
PHONES 97C-971 135 W. BROADWAY.
PROMPT ATTENTION TO PHONE CALLS
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.ali,,!,.l ct.otrnHla%(l -. l a( Ikrisil, y kitiuIl. "2 -!-' . . --........... 25c
IFar ii,, e picki l.s. IiC r td! ll . . b --- ------tl---- -40c
T - t-'I fly Im p-er. she ,Is ....-... ....-........ .10c
Help Kill the Fly.
S AY YU SAVW 1''T N TIHE BU.LL'i'TIN
CANDIDATES FOR OFFICERS
Montana Federation of Labor
Endorsed by the Cascade and
Silver Bow Trades and Labor
Assemblies and Various Locals
For President-Steve Ely, Sand Coulee, Mont.
Fcr Vice President-J. C. Whitely, Butte, Mont.
For Secretary-Treasurer---J. T. Taylor, Lehigh, Mont.
For E:xecutive Board Member, Cascade District-Charles
iHeximer, Great Falls, Mont.
SAY Y(IL; SAW IT IN lll I LLIETIN
Hotel and Restaurant
The members of your union
employed at the
Park and Riainbow Hotels
GREAT FALLS, MONT.
are on strike for more wages
and better working condi
tions. Workers of this craft
ti\ )')t \1 i ' 1\ 1 WI 'I N
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Irose [!Oi! an orange girl of the mnean
est dcs1.'iption, who plietd her trade
in the streets of London, to be the
mni-tre11s of ('harles II. of England.
i;he first earned her bread by sing
ing in tlaverns and g, aually became
a Ipopularil actress. She was exceed
ihlgly pretty but rather short of
.talrl;e. She attracted the attention
of several wealthy men and then
Dryden befriended her. Her lovers
were :man;: until her meeting with
Charles II., whose mistress she be
clame. After that she reserved her
affections for her royal lover and re
eumni.:d true to :tin after his death,
for when Charles dep;arted this life
she ni ithdrew from the world and
lived in serlu.ion. At her death she
left a fund for au-mat distribution
amonlig ))oor d(letors, which is to this
(lay diistributed in the prison;s of
London. The present dukes of Ft.
Ablan:: are descended from Neil
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