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RULES GOVERNING QUEEN OF MONTANA CONTEST * * 1. In order to be a candidate * * for election to the position of * * representative from Sheridan * * county to the Queen of Montana * * Contest to he held in Helena dur- * * ing the week of the Montana * * State Fair, September 23rd to * * 27th, each girl nominated must * * have been a bona fide resident of * * the county for at least six * months prior to the election. * 2. Nominees must he between * the ages of 18 and 2o. * -n in N p3urf ^c.u ■ ?" «pr"™.a.fv? 10 com mencüig * with the first issue in the week •. ? f * Î 5 to n the a "2,"ro , f n AiTu»t r wm'be * Voting ballots will be run in * all subsequent, issues of the pa ^ 20 EaS. B b®U. U t ?s * good for 100 votes * 4. A board of tellers, consist * ing of three well-known men, * will he appointed by the editor * to count the ballots and certify * to the election * .1. Tbc ,.nlir.. n...... nf ,.1I. •road fare and entertainment* * while in Helena will be paid by * the Queen of Montana Contest. * 6 Immediately after the con * elusion of the contest this office * should be notified of the result * and the winner should be re * quested to send us a photograph * so that we may have a cut made * for use during State Fair week. * This is particularly important as * if the girl from your county is * ejected Queen of Montana we * should have her cut on hand. * 7. Lewis and Clark County's*' * repersentative will be hostes to * the visiting girls from other * counties and is not elegiahle to * the b°nor of Queen of Montana ■ * * * * allowed to enter the race. ( Advertising \ in this paper will bring good returns on the m money invested && F * When in Plentywood Make ( «• :: o SMOKE HOUSE .O O YOUR HOME. We Handle CIGARS, TOBACCOS, SOFT DRINKS and CONFEC TIONS. CHAS. HEUBNER, M'g'r. *p pp pp • P - Q pp O v The Best Food Served As You Like It 1 s * a It L & cx: Bring your family here for their meals. It is more economical, and so much less work than trying to do your own cooking. CITY CAFE HARRY KOIKE, Prop. V What Is a Table Richly Spread Without a Loaf of V • • V o »II» o Mothers Bread - •• - O * > BUY YOUR v FLEISHMANS YEAST o • • o •• o AT THE - Plentywood Bakery U v - -• O FALL FROM CHAIR BREAKS HIP Froid Tribune: Mr. Christen Jen- sen of this place met with a painful accident last Saturday morning. It j appears that in some manner he fell ■ from the chair on which he was sit ting, the jar of which is thought to have broken his hip. He was taken to Williston Wednesday afternoon by , ,, , . .. ,, i bers of the Jensen family are that | the X-ray examination revealed a FIRE DESTROYS MRS. JOHN 1 CLADUE'S HOUSE AND BARN Fire at the Mrs. John Gladue farm the first part of the week completely destroyed her home with all its eon tents, also the barn and hay. fire originated from a defective chim-; ney and the flames spread to the barn. Mrs. Gladue had just taken lunch out ! to «* harvest help when the fire I broke out.—Fried Tribune. ___ * ————1——— / * * i " J 9 ] fM I * i m i J Lj ■ | • ' » i I kl l' I " H t Â •*■■■■" ■> ■"""IB * after every meal M * * 1 Cleanses month and * I and alds dl fl cstion * M * i Relieves that over- || • eaten feeling and acid * mouth. * ifc 1-a-s-t-l-n-o flavor * satisfies the craving for BP * sweets. * double Sa * ^flgley s b enefitand M *j Jf™ ur ê it nrovldei. ■ P Ieasar *" in * • Sealed in He Parity , —* * j Package. ^ ***••-rTcV'S *< \\|| *| r\/\\\ jUtC*** VjB * >4 \ \\\ his son Oscar Jensen, where the in jured member will be given a thor ough X-ray examination. LATER; Reports today from msm broken hip. i ■ / 1 F £7 he flavor lasts ,2 I I i _ Record Made and Calls on Chief Executive to Defend | Wheeler Opens Vote Drive in Boston, Mass - Asks People to Judge President and Republican Party by j 1 His Acts. CRITICIZES COOLIDGE AND RIDICULES DAWES Boston, Stpe. 1.—Proclaiming the ^^mn^thf dSs'oÎMassac" 5 to ^ hat he declared was their h^r^watorftaÄTto nafitetxl affairs. Senator Wheeler U ana » cn Boston common Monuc.y JgntSl candidate on the La Follette ticket. Again red again he critized Presdcnt Ccolid thi "mythical 1 y strong, courageous, silent, watchful man,who occupies t.'.c prrrtacrttisi chair, and attacked satmea.-y ^harles G. Dawes, the re P ubllcan vlce presidential nominee for "his gallant service in war on orga nized labor," while he referred to John W. Davis, democratic standard bearer, as "a man who would be willing, it seems, to out-Coolidge Coolidge as a servant of Wall Street." For himself S . en - Wheeler said he would welcome a classification as radical to help the re volt against living under th e dictât P,f sl i p °^. a . sma * class that controls "? e " nan ^ ia J resources of the country. He asserted the only issue of the day was that , of returning the govern ment , l he representatives of the peop . le 'V° r ' he f dded ' the two old P artl es m everything but name, are now alike as the 'gold dust twins n their subservience to control of a smgle dominant power of financial m " dUStrial and commercial interests cen taring in Will] Btrwt,'' BLAMES " WALLSTREET For ammunition, to support his at tack, the Montana senator dwelled much upon the record of the senatori al committee which investigated the official conduct of former Attorney General Daugherty, most of which was brought.out by himself as prose cutor. Corruption in government which he said, had been exposed, h e treated as an inevitable result of "financial campaign as vice presi whom he termed I controls. Declaring that the republican and democratic parties have long since ceased to "represent distinct lines of economical thought and interest," the candidat e continued;^. . "They have fallen under control of a single dominant power which uses them to further its own interests. In stead of a government of the people, by the people for the people, we have a government of Wall Street, by Wall Street, for Wail Street. 1 use the term Wall Street to designate the in clustrial and commercial interests cen tering in that crooked lane in lower New Y r ork city. PASSED UP CHANCE A chance presented itself this summer to break this strangle hold which big business has obtained > on government, a chance for the nomina tion of a man by one or the other of the two parties who places the com mon good above the will of Wall Street. . , . oi course, by the representatives of the predatory class who met at Cleve and * n dun ^r They nominated Calvin Coolidge. We all hoped that the democratic convention would accept this open challenge to the people, but 1 ♦ *. T I I V ♦î. : ♦14 ; I $ % U 41 This opportunity was not embraced eCDTCBS DCS OO "a dklIblvlElllli > JVU W.VAVAW. ^MONTANA fiON PARADE HELENA HELENA 5 Glorious Days— 5 Big Nights A Thousand and One Education al Features at This Big Show of the "Pacific Northwest" Montana Farm Products Shew For 20 Years the Leading Dis play Show of the Country KINGS AND QUEENS You'll see Them all at the Mon tana State Fair Tiffs Year— the Prize Livestock of the Northwest Montana Babies Lead the World Enter Your Baby in the Baby Health Contest Daily Examination and Show in the Pavilion at 11 a. m. ❖ l SURE We Are Proud of Our State and We're All Going to the Big State Fair There'll Be Lots of Fun for Everybody Yotl are invited to bring your entire family and meat your friehds and their friends at the Big State Show. Knock Off-Hold up your work a few days—take a vacation and be "one of us." All Roads Lead to This Great Exposition It's Too Big to See It All in One Day! «!• it ; ❖ o I ❖ V i » * ! *.• 1 i'f . »• il o if ♦♦ ❖ a Stay All Week and Camp in . Tented City * ❖ courd;r y today. | j-rol government be left in the yj ant | s 0 f a small group that has cor nered the national wealth and explcdt d the peop i e or shall the control of ^ government be returned to the re * ntat i V es of the people to be ad ministered in the interest of the mass tp jj G so a <]ministered that the right 0 f e very man, woman and child to food Nothing and shelter and health and happiness is placed abov e proper I tv rights and the claims of profit? DAWES *. .... t?lDUCULED 1 "General Dawes (1 use the title, | Genera i j n memory of his gallant i ice as commander of the minute j - n his war on organized labor) | the iggue is conservatism vs. rad L H e atempts to picture Cool ; * d i) awe s as representing con „^vatism and La Follette and Wheel in this hope and this belief the subtle power of Wall Street was under esti mated. ! The democratic convention brought fc-rth for its presidential candidate man who would out-Coolidge Coolidge as a servant of the people ;a man who would be willing, it seems, to out Coolidge CocJidge as a servant of Wall Street. Corrupt as the repub lican party is, controlled by big busi ness as it is, even would not have dared to go to the very heart of Wall Street and flaunt in the faces of the American people the attoreny for Mr. Mc»rgan and the Standard Oil Corapa .. a ny. HAVE NO CHOICE "No, the long-suffering people must listen to an aimless discussion as to which is the more reactionary, Cool idge or Davis. Between them there is, of course, no choice. Behind the curtains of both parties sit the finan cial resources of the country. "There is but one iussue before the Shall the con ' * It is: er as representing radicalism, « The general, bluff soldier that he H - g f m( i s no issue between his party ; aa , democratic party and names | none> He could tell the truth by ex ; pi nning that behind the word conser vatism there is hiding big business, representing less than 5 per cent of i our population, who want things to j g0 on as they are and, if he could tell truth, by further explaining that by radicalism is meant the desire for a change for th e better on the part 0 f the great mass of the people who desire that the people and not Wall street shall rule, are radicals. We w ill meet him on this, day by day, untd it shall finally be settled at the colls next November by the people I themselves. j PROBLEMS | ECONOMIC "Most of our political problems in ; f ac t, are economic problems. what ; except an economic issue is at the bot : tom of the spectacle of corruption at . Washington, which has shocked the . p eople of the country the past few ( yers ? This corruption in the execu ; g v branches cf the government is not a simple matter of individul dishon , es ty but is a natural outgrowth of the system by which presidents and vice presidents of th e United States have come to be nominated. In all my studies of political his tory I connot recall an administration more venal, more corrupt, more de structive of the rights of the people than the administration of th e repub lican party during the last SVz years, j We need to go beyond the records. ' There are Albert B. Fall, Edwin Denby and Harr y M - Daugherty, driven from the cabinet by an outraged public sen timent. I ask you, Mr. Coolidge, to explain to the people of your own j state, if you can, why Fall and Forbes and Daugherty were allowed to go scot free ? GUILTY iTO ESCAPE As a matter of fact the giulty are I not being prosecuted and will not be I prosecuted as long as the Daugherty spirit remains in control of the de partment of justice. Mr. Coolidge j says the law will be enforced. Judg ; ing the future by the past they also know that the law will not be en forced against those within the inner circle as long as the republican ma chine controls the administration justice. "The time has come in the life • this nation when it is necessary create a new party because the pa tience of the pec.ple is worn out with the broken pledges of the two old . parties—broken pledges that strew the political planes of this republic as corpses strewed the battle fields the Vosge. The facts regarding the corruption that was brought out by the investi gating committees were generally knew in Washington, and yet this un speaking mythical man, who sits lent in the presidential chair, while reading the debates in the senate con cerning the corruption in official Wash ington and th e misuse of the depart ment of justice as vice president and then as chief executive of the United States stood by and allowed all these things to go cai without a lift of eye brow. "True to his master's President Coolidge went to Wall Street for successor to the recreant attorney general and finally, to express his con tempt of public sentiment and com mon decency, he left in the depart ment of justice the same men who had so ably assisted Daugherty in his ». »» I forts to protect the corrupt interests hat have been looting His country. JUDGE BY RECORD President Coolidge is a candidate for president of the United States. He j has a record and must be judged by that record. Mr. Coolidge, you before th e bar of public judgment. Stand up and answer for your deeds of emission. Knowing Mr. Daugher ty as you did, why was it necessary for the legislative branch of the gov ernment to expose the corruption in the department of justice ? Why, Mr. Coolidge dc. you still keep in the de who » . are partment of justice those men worked hand in hand with Daugherty in protecting crime and criminals? 1 ask these things, Mr. Coolidge, I ask them in the name of common sense. This is labor's day. I have reason to believe*that this audience is largely . - , , , _ , - v. „ i composed of workers. But 1 have en davored to appeal to you today, not as a class within the American bedy politic, with special wishes and spe cial needs, but as average citizens who ask only a square deal. Today I have tried simply to indicate that so long as our political parties are controlled entirely by <he financial interests we must expect corruption in the national government. This constitutes a comb ien that cannot be cured by silence in the White House, but silence is all that issues from the White House. POPULAR HOMESTEAD COUPLE ARE MARRIED wedding last Sunday The William Haase home of Home stead, was the scene of a very pretty evening when Miss Erma Haase, a charming young lady of that community, became the bride of Elmer Strandlund, a w'ell knowm and highly respected young farmer living southeast c.f Homestead. j j j 1 VOTE FOR Hi • N f* / 1 tr f of of to of si an a ef S '4k m w % ] w S.E f» & y r J Candidate For Dist. Judge General Election Nov. 4. 1924 Farmer-Labor Ticket Political Adv., Paid for by S. E. Paul The bride and groom were attended by Miss Judith Gronlie and Edward Haase, a brother of the bride, Rev. Sands of Medicine Lake tied the nup tial knot, T i v* i., ley, the Misses Judith and Martha Gronlie, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Haase and Mr and Mrs. J. W. Wulf, sented the newly-weds. couple will reside on the Erick Strand The guests present besides the im mediate family were Miss Alda Fra Many and beautiful gifts were pre The happy delicious lunch was served. The many friends of this popular young couple lund farm northeast of Froid. After the ceremony a dainty and ex tend their congratulations and hope for the utmost success and future . . ... . ,, , happiness in their journey through life. - rvini r» rpr* A HJV pl^illll kIhIm I r A V| * fill ujmj A AjialTl n« • f/pn piAip PIIAHlUir |V| AK HN MNh SHtlW Nil inm\LtO I UlLi U11V IT HIU Olson Dahl and Geiser Go to Camp . Perry, Course in Training. Ohio, to Take Further Froid Tribune; The Tribune is ! pleased to state that the Froid Na tional Guard team made a very fav orable showing at th e state shoot held at Helena last w^eek, w r hich is proven by the fact that there were twelve men chosen from the entire regiment and of these twelve men the Froid company placed three men on the team or in other words twenty-five per cent, of the team representing the Montana Riflle Meet hail from Froid, C. H. Olson, L. M. Dahl and J. E. Geiser who went f rom Camp Perry, Ohio, put through a further con«. , i"K- The Froid boys until the first 1 , Helena *her e thev to y "'ill be train Ca mp m Part of October. RUST COMES TOO L\TF T° CAUSE CROP 1, LOSS R. C. Ross and C. bush Griffith, bad* surveyors, covering * Shendan and Daniels counties that rust js prevalent through district, but coming t 00 late to p a damage, it is not serious Thp 1 * amount is found in the northern of the country along the border and in the southeast, .near the North Dal, hne, which, together with the 1 that no barberry bushes have found in either country, indicates tw the spnres have blown over fr„ m ct covering re Port out the part L uuadian Dag. or mar section ota fact been ada and Dakota. In fairly l a t e fields the quite rapid, but ther e is no damage. The spread j s a Ppreciabl e surveyors have A om two weeks more work, mostly confa to Darnels county. Ten stations hav, been establishe,i-Pl en ty Kocd L stone, Outlook, Coalridge p u - ivrTln D«o,ey, Westby, Dagmar, Homestead and Reserve. PETITIONS FILED Salem, Ore., Sept. 5.—Petitions taming 11,200 signatures, 2,000 than were required, the secretary of state neon for placing the progressive par ty ticket headed by Senator Roben M La Follette for president on the ballot m Oregon. s eon more wer e filed with Friday after The Producers News—$3.00 a year.