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Spring Sees Russia More Prosperous
Production Increases, Railroad Traffic Gains and Unemploy
ment Is Reported Reduced—Soviet Industry Takes Ad
va _i a „. r w / 1 > r .. . * r* * r\ * «T CS
vantage ot Workers Enthusiasm to Cut Down Superflu
OUS Staffs.
*■
This story by Walter Duranty
special correspondent of the New
lork Times in Moscow, under the
following date line, is at last an
admission of the tremendous strides
with which the business of Rivssia
is moving forward—a complete vin
dication of the "Red Revolution."
In the Capitalist countries the
pie are idle and starving.
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MOSCOW, U. S. S. R.—The last 4
weeks has witnessed
provements in the internal situation
of the Soviet Union. Not only have
the most obvious features of the re
cent crisis disappeared, such as long
(juenes of persons waiting to buy
goods at the Government stores, and
the premium on gold or foreign va
luta, but the production figures and
railroad returns are moving steadily
upward.
The latter are particularly signi
ficant. The average number of
freight cars handled in
marked im
Moscow has
greatly changed since the ^berinnhS
of April. Fine weather has permit
ted the bevhminv nf a Win
Ä7MÄ
f/ÄÄK
Russia are onlv a generation or half
a generation remold from thl"^ 1
rit ï
~ « Ä
iS Sr-S " rr?
lÄ^ÄelWeStSn*
ÄÄ
ed an official parity and any unoffi
cial course was declared illegal. But
practically it did go 20 per cent, or
more below par, and now it is with-!
in 5 points of parity. For, despite
severe regulations, it has been im
possible to prevent individuals buv
nr selling the Czarirt ten-rubfa
goldpieces. Sig weeks ago these
pieces, or a five-dollar bill, would
fetch 12 or 13 rubles at least. Now
they are worth 10.50 at the outside,
This is not only due to the restor
was 24,624, or a 53 per cent increase
compared with April of last
Coal shows an increase of 118
cent.; metal products and iron
increase of 117 per cent., and tim
ber 68.8, The number of idle freight
cars on April 1 was 29,530, reduced
on May 1 to 8,032.
The appearance of
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sums of money in other ways to convince you of the nrerit nt >k . ,
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FOR THE TOILET
Rexall Shaving Products, produce
a thick creamy lather. Stands _
your face throughout the shave.
Std. price 35c, this sale 2 for 36c
up
REXALL REMEDIES
on
35c Cream of Almonds
SUNDRIES
2 for 36c
$1.25 Hiker's Peptona_ 2 for $1.26
60c Klenzo Liquid Antiseptic2 for
50c Kidney Pills _
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$1.25 Harmony Toilet Water Five
Odors __
Your
•Klenzo Dental Cream, Cleans and
Whitens the teeth, feJ
mouth a clean feeling,
40c Jonteel Powder Puff—4 inch
_ 2 for 36c
.2 for 21c
....2 for $1.01
2 for $1.01
$1.75 Ramee Toilet Water 2 for $1.76
25c Medicated Sion Soap .... 2 for 26c
25c Klenzo Tar Soap_2 for 26c
75c Juneve Gold Cream ...... 2 for 76c
76c Juneve Vanishing Cream 2 for 76c
60c Harmony Quinine Hair Tonic
-- 2 for 61c
60c Olive Shampoo_2 for 51c
gives the
one tube
.... 2 for 51c
61c
I
oe 2 for 51c
oc Carbolic Salve, 2 oz. tube 2 for 26
2«o Com Solvent- , for £
25c Zinc Oxide Ointment 1 oz
5 n v tUbe ^r-- 2 for 26c
50c Zinc Oxide Ointment, 2 oz
tube - -2 for 61c
gr. C.C.
..... 2 for 51c
25c Soda Mint Tablets, 100s 2 for
50c
20c Wash Cloths .
$1.00 Goggles _
Goodform Hair Nets, 15c .... 2 for 16c
OPPORTUNITY
;;
Harmony Cocoa Butter Cold Cream
A real tissue builder and skin beau
tifier. Composed of
nourishing oils, 50c jar,
Si
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very rich,
2 for 51c
To obtain as many of these items
/ou desire.
STATIONERY
£
as
50c Cascara Sagrada, 6
Pills
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PURETEST
$1.26 Major Stationery .... 2 for $1.26
$1.25 Arabesque White & Tints
_IZ.. 2 for $U6
26c
No Limit
$1.00 Harmony Lilac Vegetal
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RUBBER GOODS
40c Maximum Pocket Combs 2 for 41 .
21.00 Victoria Ladies' Dressing
*12k r: - 2 ,ot «-»i
Î1.25 Rubber Aprons - 2 for $1.26
Maximum Fountain Surfaite m .r
%r i *r e s®Si/K
vice, $2.25 each, 2 for $2.26
Maximum Hot Water Bottle,
lar pnee $2.25, this sale
You save $2.24
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CANDY
46c Candy Packs .
35c Liggett's Milk Chocolate
96c F^ïher^ â cr^ ^
tasa&Ksisa
revfaar?? ^ «"méîî
regular price 1 lb. 70c ,2 for 71c
....2 for $1.01
36c Antiseptic Tooth Powder 2 for 36
25c Rexall Toothpaste_2 for 26c
36c Arbutus Talcum
35c Glycerin Suppositories 2 for 36c
65c F.E.Aromatic* Cascara 2 for 66c
65c Castor Oil.
*!•'
$1.00 Pierre White. 2 for $1.01
$1.76 Symphony Royal
$1.25 Symphony Lawn
60c Lord Baltimore, Assorted Cob
. 2 for 61c
..2 for He
2 for $1.76
2 for $1*26
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— 2 for 66c
26c Spirits of Camphor_2 for 36c
$1.00 Aspirin Tablets, 6 gr. 100s
- 2 for $1.01
Puretest Epsom Salt, 25c lb, 2 for 26c
Puretest Rubbing Alcohol,
50c bottle _
Use this list as a Reference. Bring
it with you to the sale.
... 2 for 36c
$1.60 Lather Brush _ 2 for $1.51
$1.00 Hair Brush _ 2 for $1.01
$1.50 Hair Brush
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10c Envelopes
16c Elmhurst Envelopes .... 2 for 16c
10c Writing Tablets, Linen 2 for lie
2 for 61c
Come Early
2 for $1.51
$1.00 Cloths Brush_.... 2 for $1.01
$1.00 No. 93 Hair Tonic, 14
S3
8 oz.
- 2 for 51c
Puretest Aspirin Tablets, prompt
ly relieve pain, headaches, colds
neuralgia pains. Made from
true aspirin, $1 bottle, 2 for $1.01
regu
2 for$ 2.26
oz
60c Cascade Linen, 1 lb
45c Cascade Linen Envelopes, 50
2 f or 46c
2 for $1.01
on two.
Hi
50c Antiseptic Powder
60c Gypsy Cream - 2 for 51c
60c Shaving Lotion, 8 oz ... 2 for 61e
30c Georgia Rose Talcum .... 2 for 31c
$1.00 Harmony Bay Rum 2 for $1.01
Jonteel Cold and Vanishing Creams
The proper cream to keep your
skin youthful, 1 jar 60c, 2 for 51c
2 for 51c
in a box_
60c Cascade Bond, 1 lb_2 for 61c
50c Cascade Bond Envelopes, 50
... 2 for 51«
Plenty wood Drug
'THE REXALL STORE"
PURETEST MINERAL OIL, free
from all impurities. Tasteless, odor
less, coolrless. In big demand by
toifrian rC Ty^e n O'î W?h ?rade heavy
Pull Pint, St'd price, one bottle, $2.00;
this sale.
2 for 46c
Bar
in a box_
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HOUSEHOLD NEEDS
Plentywood
Montana
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.... 2 for 36c
2 for 36«
36c Toothbrush..
26c Toothbrush, Child's _
10c Egyptian Palm Soap — 2 for H c
.2 for $1.01
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ation of confidence and decrease in
unemployment, but to the fact that
the total amount of currency is being
steadily reduced. All together, the
reduction since December has been
slightly above 45,000.000 roubles.
Use Strike to Reduce Staffs
For the first time too there has
been carried out a reallv drastic nro
gram of reduction in overhead and
other expenses. The total savings,
thus brought about are estimated to
amount to half a billion roubles an
nually, which perhaps is overoptimis
tic, being 12 per cent, of the entire!*
Soviet Union budget. But that
sweeping economies have been effect
ed there Is no doubt.
In this connection the great Eng
lish strike helped the Soviet authori
ties. Previous attempts to dislodge
the superfluous personnel met with
energetic opposition by the workers'
federations. A month ago Dzerjinski,
who is in charge of Soviet industry, i
ordered the staffs reduced to a mini
mnm. The usual grumbling began
amongst the labor federations, but
enthusiasm for the English strike
swept them off their feet and the re
ductions were carried out almost en
tirely without protest.
It may fairly be said that Russian
industrial production increased 30
^ cen . t compared to last year, and
P r °P or tionate costs were decrease«!
20 per cent.
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Scope. Case Before
TennesseeSupreore Cour.
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, Continued from Page One)
rig| :st
F« Äte
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Darrow of yesterday hid grown a
trifle jaded.' ' *
Knowledge Hurts None
But gusts of flaming etoquence
smote him from time to time andl
he flung aloft the banner of relitri
ous tolerance with the same defiance !
of fundamentalism that broke the,
heart of William Jennings Bryan in
Davton. In his reason he was as i
cool and shrewd as when he climaxed
his amazing career in crirJnaT law
by saving Loeb and Leopold from the j
hangman's noose.
k vet f r f n °* a thousand legal;
battles acted as though his plea was
bis legal valedictory.
Darrow declared no one would be
hurt to learn that man had "devel
oped from an animal life," rather
than to keep on thinking he had been
ma( ie out of a spitball."
"Every child ought to know more
*ban his parents,7 he added. "This
generation ought to be wiser than
tbe last, and let me say you can't
put blinders on the world. It will
tak ? , more than a supreme court's
decision to do it, for men will go on
seeking knowledge."
n Sw °. rd T î ed Cr ^f•...
v, , a T° W J eni - ed ,- th . at Christianity;
bad brought civilization to humani
% ,
(jr ^ e . was civilized centuries be
• re - Christianity, he said, and Chris
" amt y on *y brought 1,500 years of
Jy™*y "»d barbarism "by trying to
.AV m £ unds of . m , en -"
, W1 l} a ^ ad * ay agaU1 » be
adf .^. ( ' .. sb » akni K hls fi , n ? er . at the
wben >f the sword is tied again
to ni e r " 0 "' aAl . .
Darrow mäde a danng attack on
Æ e . by charging inferentially
." J« <'
Sfl ,„ Üi Tn
, h a !ï Jl ßf , *5* B ÿî* wltt l
Sf""* flrst *!" ks " f
written by
|J 11 * 6 ™* rimes."
! thJfSXlL * Ä \ - of
ed," he addfd "It wlsh^didSt ns
by the Jews but the ChalfWis
the stories before theni and Bahvdon
even earlier Whv this «torv had
floated over* tt* ' tQry f h . ad
before thTjeis g«U . ,0r
n*
We W gjTjJJJS%
did that earlv account "
Darrow rnLS Th« i.„. f
" has ^
Repeal cF dtv Uw in
su.; u P .» vour.
„ elena Ju ~ . ,
«a, sacs
Ä
tioneiffo^ln^nivT- ^ °î ^
! In i A, initiative repeal meas
nece i? a 7 number of
ffi e It ?£*'**' 2 /'^ have been on
stlrif wlf * 0<Bce ° f î he s f cretary of
ThJ'V? for several weeks.
orlhihirifn^S l* ^ repea l. aI1 L the
fa Montana eseeS îb^e" t ^ l . ho0 ^
minors The wlnt.n. T 10
a Iff!?% t, 1 5?, ... on . tana Association
inftiltiop 1 ^? 18 sponsoring the
° f . tb f ^asure.
totalled over U00. C ° Unty 8 PetlÜ ° nS
Boy Murderer's Father
(Continued from page one)
Point, Mont.,°L an^Ashley. N. D.,
boy. it is reported in a message
from that town. He was born
j n miles northeast of that town
" 1908 and lived there until
early this year. At that time
be and his mother, Mrs. Martin
Schlabsz, nine brothers and two
sisters moved to Montana,
The family moved to Montana
shortly after the mysteriotw
death of Ferdinand's father. The
death still is a mystery to the
people of Ashley. Jacob Schlabsz
and Andreas Schlabsz, uncles,
"d Mrs. J. Hoffman, Frederike
Schulz and Caroline Hackmann,
!T t8 Vu r t ,ativ e s of th « ac f
y° uth w bo still live in Aah
' e y*
w«- oun Si S^ahet is accused of
Jailing Mr. and Mrs. Anton Geis
* er for possession of their new
automobile to be driven to North
Dakota to see his "best girl."
1 * "l 11 . 1 *. held late this
PJ 0n î b ° r ln Ju,y in Wolf Pomt >
Mont -
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New Town on Railroad
R— I r* ii j « d* li J»»
Branch Is Called Richland
n
Op.»™—"RichW is the name
°, f the town that has been selected tor
the town that will be situated be
tween Opheim and Peerless at the
crossing of the Scobey-Opheim ex
tension of the Great Northern
^ westf ° rk , °X tbe Poplar river, 17
miles , east °f Opbeim. This name
W3S 9 h osen in view of the fact that
P f r ÏÏJ ss l$ n A 0 move the old postoffice
at Westfork could not be secured
^
f ™ ÄÄf tbl
gSt gj'
pected[ to be at work in laying out a
townsite the first of the week. In
costs higher
WasHfa^. cooiidg.
=. ä* sstaääj
rionaf defense tFa ^ *»
Me mbers of the delegation remind
e d the President that surplus armv
stocks used in the camps P unifoms
and other equipmeT^ ïccïm '
si nce the World War were becoming
depleted and that costs for military
ca mps had become of increasing im
Portance. * !
The President was told that while
only 35,000 young men take advant
age of the training camps, the \a
tional De fp n se act of 1920 calls for
ÎJo.olÜ!"^ attendance of
ERICKSON ASKS
BANKER BE LET
OUT OF PRISON
Helena. — Recommendation that
, Charles H. 'Cassill, former president
of the Ovanda State bank, be re
leased from the state penitentiary,
is made by Governor Erickson to the
state board of pardons. The board
will act June 14.
Cassill was convicted of grand lar
ceny following the failure of his
bank during the summer of 1924, and
received sentences of from 3 to 6
years, from two to four years and
from one to two years, the terms to
follow each each other. He received
a parole from the first sentence and
has served nearly five months of the
second. Clemency was asked on the
ground that Cassill is well along in
years and would seem to have been
(punished sufficiently.
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]50 TO » E /- EIV F dFGRPF«*
AT UNIVERSITY JIINF 11th
I * AI UNI VERSI TY JUNE Hth;
j . Tî _. M , Q —. .
! 150 students
15 rprtifi^atoc e< W S | 3 nd
; Äato^las. Ä Stote Univ«
fity " the largest fa hfafarv The
29th annual commencement Sercises
will beSn iffiTSS ,i lathe
commencement address will be de
livered hv D? EdwaS O Sisson of
and,Reed College
_ The school of Business Administra
taon leads with 23 graduates and the
English department is second with
16. Other departments granting the
Degree of Bachelor of Arts are as
*"SSV' ■ « .
c£S& s t EcÄ
* en . Home Economics: eight; Latin:
tw o; Law: one; Library Economy:
ws«ÄJSSSEi
SÄ."" ^ ^ «"
ää
NewHAeate, entitUng^emfafaaeb.
™™ under t HE TOD oe.
Ä*"
^-Rut.he VoTn" hke . your ^ i { e! "
u B 4 she kee P* nagging and taunt
»wif ^ 1 l 0Se my , te mper!"
r ' if y n t 1 (,are you!
P »bead. Just hit me once and I'll
hSi° U if7 W i d up before that bald
Ä'Ä OTn^ 1
CAS E DISMISSED. I
a g.. —7~ ,
orintr 1 armiff F fvf h JT b f en * ee ™ mot '
ar .°^ d ,. the streets of Plenty
him Wausf he SbeiiS^drivS
NEW PWOOD PITCHER
HAS SPLENDID RECORD
Following is the record of Dave
Davenport, Plentywood's new pitch
er, who shut out Scobey last Sunday
jand gave them four scattered hits.
I In 1916 he played with the Federal
League, St. Louis, winning 29
£ ames and losing 9. The opposing
teams averaged less than 1 runs per
£T ame which is a record,
In 1916, 1917, 1918 and 1919, the
big twirler was with the St. Louis
Browns of the American League. He
won 26 games in 1916, 22 games in
1917, 18 games in 1918. He won 5
games in 1919 against the Chicago
White Sox, which were composed of
such players as Felsch, Risberg,
Cicotte, etc., when the White Sox
had their championship team,
i In 1919 Davenport quit baseball,
1 In 1921 he went to Ogden, Utah,
where he won ten straight games,
In the last two games not a player;
reached first base. The League then
iheld a conference and demanded that
he be discharged as too fast for the
company and would make the games
100 one sitfe<k Davenport claims the
worId record as being the only ball;
player
League for being too good,
j In the years 1922, 1923 ana
Davenport lead the pitchers of the
ever discharged from a
!*■«"■ winninB 22 and los -
inK 1 in 1922; winni "* 26 " d losinK
3 in 1923 and winnin R 14 and losing
4 in 1924 - Because of ill health of
Ws famR Y be resigned and moved to
a more fav °rable climate,
' The above record is a hard one to
beat and Scobey or any other team in
th e Northwest will have a hard tame
secunng a twirler that can equal the
winning record of the big boy who
slides them over the plate for Plen-
tywood with perfect control.
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It s way SS Start
äs
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extinguished and returned to their,
homes.
However, some live sparks evident
^ y yet fnlained and these burst into ;
flame about an hour later and before
pd could again reach there the oulld
mg was burned to the ground.
i. Mrs Wig was home alone at the
time the men folks being out in the
field out of sight of the house and
the first they knew of the disaster
was when they returned at noon
of'ttiourand Tlilla^Xl wVco^rad '
with a small amount of insurance. i
JOE W1X FARM HOME
DESTROYED BY FIRE
was
Friday, J u n
F0R SALE.
e 4 ' 1926
Two
young tiger v
weight about 150 lb s
ssr > '«
cubs
> a
year
old,
each.
Will
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Address Box i^ 0lnetl
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Dan's
Bus
8 M d ccr"' M<D
"J r ou M »oner by fc.
Drive to work in
And that'» what I
■Bill
'm
IP'ina to do.
He n Ä erieh,id ' a
a recondi.
tioned used car f rom
our stock of fine
cars and went to and
And he liked his car,
too. Used cars bought
l°l* 6a ^ e8ro °ms have
a habit of pleasing the
buyer for they're priced
right and sold right.
They're reconditioned,
pul into attractive
shape, represented
exactly for what they're
worth and sold only on
that basis. That, plus
the advantage of the
GMAC Time Payment
Plan, is making our
firm the headquarters
for used car satisfaction.
Drop into our sales«
room and see for your*
self.
used
Peterson Company
Plenlywood
II
fir Economical Trontfontlitn
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You can rely on
a used car when
bought firom # i
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