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Wanted to Sell You may have eomething to sell, and only a few people know about it. It might be a second-hand stove; or an extra piece of furni ture; or anything else. Run a classified ad in the News, and it will sell. FOR SALE—Bailed and .loose hay and barley. Jim Virtue. 37-tf 32-tf FOR SALE—One day bed, used two weeks. Inquire 305 So. Adams 32-3tp St. FOR SALE—One used coal range and one used coal heater—at a bar gain. Platte. See S. W. Waples, 502 N. 37-lt FOR SALE—Used coal ranges and heaters—at a bargain. Phone No. 3. 33-3t Wanted to Buy If you want to buy something, it might be right here in Red Lodge. Run a classified ad in the News, and we will find it for you. Miscellaneous COAL MINE FOR LEASE—Truck haul. W. E. Hymer, Red Lodge. 37-ltp BIG HORN MM (Continued from page 1) half of the cost of the Coolidge dam. This great power plant would generate more power than is now being generated on the Missouri river. The meeting at Hardin was ar ranged by the Big Horn Dam as sociation and those present besides Big Horn county residents were in attendance upon the invitation of R. B. Saunders, president of the association. Congressman Scott Leavitt was. the principal speaker of the eve ning, after having made a personal tour of the proposed dam site in the Big Horn canyon. Congressman Leavitt had been conducted through this tour of inspection by Mr. Saunders, Dr. Labbitt and many Others. Moving pictures were shown at the local theater which presented a complete view of the canyon, showing what its development will mean. Slides of the most interest ing points were shown, which gave even a better view than would a personal inspection. In the evening a banquet was jçrved at the Savoy hotel at which the genial W. W. Gail of Billings acted as toast-master. A number of speeches were made, the prin cipal one being delivered by the Jtton, Scott Leavitt who spoke en thusiastically about the project and outlined the mode of procedure ne cessary to avoid the difficulties in bringing about this wonderful achievement. Mr. O. H. P. Shelley, editor of the News at Red Lodge and secre tary of the Beartooth Boosters' club, was an honored guest who spoke. He outlined some of the steps to he taken in securing the necessary legislation to build the dam. At the business meeting he .yvas made a member of the perma ment committee of procedure. Af ter the banquet a business meet ing was held at which the tempor ary organization was made perma nent, and the committee enlarged to include almost every business in terest effected by the project. Many chambers of commerce and commercial clubs have already endorsed the project and pledged tbeil unqualified support. In Congl-csBiilUll Leavitt's ad dress, he pledged his support and assured the association that this would 'be his major activity in the next session of Congress. The association adjourned to meet within ten days, at which time final plans and finances will be completed and arranged. Rice Polish Good Food Bice polish has a very good food ▼aine because It contains protein, fat, minerals, vitamin R and vitam in A, says the bureau of home eco nomies. $ 0 t •If* Ü w 0 Uii . arii Representative Montana institutions are rapidly adopting for Commercial Heating SSè: S ; a ij'i ; N ' v •T ! £ I ■ ■■'u.'vX; "1 "i L.. a . a I ' »V » ; ;s , ;; , 0 : : it v ?; 1 . .. W iliüi I K I 3 L ft ' - ' I * ■A\ m M ■ M mswbSS , i •IA ■••Li iii ■t ST. PETERS HOSPITAL e_ HELENA _J> H MOUNT MAURICE HOSPITAL - RED LODGE HÖU5E OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD -HELENA a> ;& ' M - W- " " / % i:Vg ■ / Hi. ■ :ii v ■f 111 I '•T ' >N* S3g*yS£5 & .• • • ■ - f'1 v\ . 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WtWÊÊ :: ;i fmm m A AM ai •P'ï « w.®... __ _ J i\\ TT /v ii Ü m* P ' 'Vi(S W^M u Here are 10 of many score shops, stores, apartments and hotels now heated by If it's done with heat W^ÊÊÊÊÊfc >■ ^ m /"/■i , you can do it better ■M with GAS. >? The Modem .•yAt&À Fuel m a' M. - i a ii rECKHAM BLOCK C 3-STORES; -ANACONOA. I «TRAIN BROTHERS -AA/ACO/VO#. These forward-looking citizens are helping to hanish Grit, . Gloom and Grime and make their town a Spotless Town Come in today , or phone for a competent engineer to call and give you all particulars. T une in on KG IR for our Monday Evening Programs, 8:15 to 8;30 NOTE: f al DIVISION OF ^ __ ^MONTANA POWER CO.