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cosmopolitan Havana, the Paris of the New World,
One of the Highlights of Cruises to Wes
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PAQTŸ LuncHsöh
During the forthcoming
Havana,
winter,
gay. cosmopolitan capital of
Cuba, win entertain l
pteMurr-eeekere from all
world Not a few of these
the Cuban capital in the
vsrtoua West Indie« crulec*. organic o
Winter voyagea which are achm
tecrcuaing popularity with
Would »urn up a eun-unned no«
Old Man Winter and revel m ,
balmy breezee of the tropic» On.
«ic li.rucet of the crulec vcw.rl,. v -,
the Canadian Pacinc liner Duchc
Bedford, which mlln from N. «, \
January 0 an«l February 11
day Caribbean crulnea
Havana I»
thousand« of
P»rte of the
Will VINK
courue of Die
vi n
tho^f' u i.i
Fron, m.™ .
' trn"r„ü";.Vow'c.Ïi
">t :lic pirates
on iw .
« city of contrast
narrow crooked streets
of
and m
cent palm-edged boulevards
■»os and huts of fortresses
fcai gardens
i »n
Of pal
and uo<iin
tour i
wa 1 1
kr
which infested
... w ,,
^ ïï^si - ih »-«•
WUU hih wife 5
weeping, and a group of friend*
g? ÄÄt
«U continue u, Ko tomor
™Z' „ 1M ,
tall will serve a sentence of one
year and one day on a conviction
of accepting a bribe 0 f $100,000
from E. L. Doheny while a mem
ber of Preaident Harding's cabinet,
Shortly before eU o'clock a bi*.
buck ambulance turned mlo a
driveway at the rear of the Fall
house. A dozen photographers
reporters who had waited at the
residence day and night for nearly
a week stood in silence.
A motorcycle policeman stopped
his machine with muffled motor in
the street outside the driveway. In
many windows of adjacent houses
appeared faces of men. women and
chUdren, some of whom had b« n
Fall's neighlKirs for 20 years and
ÄÄ -***•
«in s in bygone day« I'heee
tt.r
A. B. FALL OFF TO
JUG" MID TEARS
U
Ico penitentiary at Santa Fc lato
to«lay.
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small hack porch wi^hn haidker
• a handker
-water
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PROFESSIONAL
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L PIRECTORY
DR. R. H. BRESLIN
R.A., M.B. V M.D.
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WUluton.
DR. W. D. ROY
DENTIST
Phone 119
Plenty wood
HOWARD M. LEWIS
LAWYER
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A. C. ERICKSON
Attorney-at-Law
Practice in all Conrta
Plcnlywood Montana
Johnson THE Abstractman
ttHKRlDAN COUNTY
ABSTRACT COMPANY
Only the Bast Abstracts of Title
Plentywood, Montana
FULKERSON-NELSON
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» i resit the visitor 1« a quaint
r<»« known aa *1« Pun ta -
■ c Point) constructed In 1697
-'pcist of civilization and to
COIOD1.U
as an
protect
against
Another fa
mous old fortification Is "La Fuerza "
_ toh
.pp....,
jifÄf by "^,%
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which gleamed white beneath «
tJ„* uîi
he'reached f 'thï J°'J". ,,Iow,y at last
i )r r«mhrnH ki ,
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Williston, July 20.—Success that
ha " attended individual effort* at
'^'Kation in the Williston locality
h,K y ear ia llkc, y to lea<l t oa «er
ious uttempt to reestablish the
Vl, I««U>n irrigation project aban
«ned by the government »everal
>" ar * «go.
e !iry ir ri Ärs
s äÄÄ peÄ
'>nce commanded by Ponca de Leon
Morro Castle, built In 1607 after
the
SSÄSS Ä S. T'l
^ P um P ,n g water from the Mis
. souri rIVPr an(J otherg ut|||ttag th
frim the Uttlc Muddy and
.»Cow Creek and other stream», eith-.
' pr h KJ of dam. or by pump
lUK > but al1 testified to the advan-Yf
! tages especially in a dry season
such as this, and the certainty of
crops in all seasons.
! The old government ditches are
•till inUct and can he made avril
able without very much expense
'and it is expected that a mo^nlent
ito re-establish the project under
■local control and without feuerri
aid will be attempted with the
i vn w r.f having it :n operation next
year..
Goo<l crops of alfalfa, corn and
even vugar beet., are being grown
individual irrigation trfets this
Hamilton, Ohio, Utilities
Am . Source of Revenue
ro°n ey n 1 ? 4 " profltR for tb « year
19.H will be nearly $500,000. Just
why this should be bad for Hamil
ton .« something hard to under
But TU) doubt, for a consid
" * ome " !ib college profes
it nil n /T"P a l**r editor could make
H 8,1 p I a,n plain as mud.
^narie«
gallows
w« h»": Y d p<
th. ô"wiïh
her of 11.80 tied her to 1 u i
kä™ - —aï
j
IkOim 20 mlnutM («Mr.
on
year.
stand.
eration, some glib college
nor or
Brutal California Youth
Killed Old Wo m .„
For $1.80 I. Executed
S.Wn? U ^ tin ' July 18 '~ Charlw
himpson, 18, went to the I
of tM. priwn without
guards today and__
the brutal murder of Mrs.
Voorhies. 73 San Francisco
store proprietor. Guard» BUX -
at ^ ooolne»» of Simpson
when he marched to his death^
Simpson hit Mrs. Voorhle« '
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city had been sacked hy the Br?tnp
privateer. Hlr Francis
qUrr0T ° f U,c 8 P«a'"h Armatin
rjrlm fortress
llrakc
u
across the fine r :
where eutlnss Clashed
ami where pit-marks oi ti e
used by attackers may stm c
the walls
nr.
Havana's m .
reminiscent oi the ot. ,
her lavish casinos
rrpr
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Ca~.de County Reduce.
on <**?/^
t0 %
(ireat Fulls, July 22.- Com
piSÄÄt
1 P° r c «»t. it was announced hy
i ,b ' «■ announcement was ma.le foi
ÄTTÄ
*"T'tL b ^,, to lhc
then one per
Sa EïL W iw5 he r. )Unty depo».
„ a8 J"?, P °", ,b l P ' The reduction
" V decid «d "P<-n.
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BOMB IS FYPI nnCTfc no
DWIVIU 1^ tXPLODED IN
VA TICAN—NO HARM
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Vat 'can City, July 18— Fxnln
«ion of « tinH^boml/in the vnSon
gardens today brought state
-hurch closer togÄ in ?
for those respomsihle for the nm!
rn,fr - ' , * b< ' ix>mb caused no dam
*® a «d did not hurt Pope Pi UH
11 was discovered In St. Peter's
b y the setxon. It was in «
tln box near the tomb of Pope Rer
*°"*co Clement JIH Tho JnY.
guards carried it to' the
Monte Carlo
tor« both day and nm u
aura«
L«. Crime i„ - RooA ,..
^ «.
{ b at there is much less crime j
^ Russia than m previous years an
tbat there is the greatest iaLir
" hort age there in the historv nf
thp country; «11 of which^îLndÎ
ry Rtran ** to come from too
York Times and toT put
1u,b, 'd in America in 1931 P ^
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- (Continue d firom front page)
wished 1
tJhô/l d | 10 ', av ? ""Vthing, convert
I their deposit* into C. D** due in'
FlZ y !" ( W,thout totere^' Othe "
f / Pce,ver would be appoint
Sie by onï T ouId ( ^1*® n?toin^
i byk .fflcMi. Süiü
Ä-Ä r&t
tor ney Grant Bakewell hîd^rito t
w «d on deposit in this h.3? * ?
tb »t he raised a wail about the flv*
>'®ar plan and that hî« rid
bad some difficulty In gettlnm°hi!f
J® "Ign up. However he d1d h IÎ
Ia *d c«me to time d al
It is also reported that a special
ndvisory hoard has been appoint
® d by t*»* depositors to superintend
supe intend
is
_ .. w .„,
The hoard, it j* understood h,. 1
<nlarantee» from the st^kholdîl^
that they will not "vet n«» e **
pp der" their Ä
d J ,,h, ». ,W ' "»«""" Â
ÄVtÄXwmÄ'
SrtR- Ä
''jpj&Z'hSZi "Ä
* u ^ered an attack of norvnn, )
a se
îîJâ l Än w, ;S%
ffwork ^77 '* * W * *° ^ °P
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STORM
y«t to the streets.
The storm split here branching
to the north and south.
In Roosevelt and Valley counties
it rovered a wide path paralleling
the Great Northern railway. In
Sheridan county it spread out over
KrojJ in Roosevelt county dipping
•«•wir at Ant«depe and Mldicine
Lake at which place property dam*
age was great.
I Instruction of farm buildings ov*
|er the «re a was widespread and
•much grain, while damaged by the
drouth would have made feed for
livestock, was totally destroyed
by the hail. Great sheets of ice,
formed by the hail, lay ovr r the
fields yesterday. '
Recause of meager crop pros-,
pects little insurance was carried,
Hinsdale Locality Pounded
R„ T ~ ,ly ^ ; ounae<,
By a Temfic Downpour
UI .
I Hinsdale, July 18.— A heavy
thunderstorm visited Hinsdale and
vicinity Wednesday night, the pre
rip.Ution being heaviest in the
south country near Brazil creek
«nd Dry Run where the volume of
water that fell was so great as to
cause the overflow of little coulees!
j and creeks, washing nut fences and
; damaging property. The accom-1
panying high wind wrecked all the
sheep camps In that territory, tear-,
• ng tents to pie«-«, while the rain
Kîî! 4 r™ 1 ™ «»'I <lam.K.d
WdlK«. «lothta, and oquipmont,
, Ihis section has been peculiarly
favored for rainfall for some time,
m consequence of which flockmast
ers have driven their banws in
from all sides to take advantage
■^ |ln t . hp *° U \ grazing area in the
roun . l > capable of sustaining any
considerable number of livestock,
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Williston. July 18 "a ham on
the Henry Hedges * farm north
west of Williston
o
(Continued from l.'ri'nl l'nse)
Parn Wreclced at Williston
and
two head of cattle killed I,
section
fcX ÄJ .£
n,irk„7;r;T,r i " db *
nm rnAno
RElMPnCC
KtülKüto
f
"ta tea his case and who supplies
rat ion blank, giving the necesmrv
äÄrj"Ä 0 . n: .„*^ l i
•Xrr'xS
-• the application^ Ä
Jy to the central office in the court
IÎOU "e. in charge of Carl R. Peter
< derlc of.the district court, ns
chaîmnn and Niçls Madsen, clerk
an dR fl oorder, ns secretary.
There «II of the applications ar*
ffi? bv thf '■' >n,ral
"Mohannrovo, „ r dhap
mR*!! tbo a j*tlon of the local com
the «'\ U df, ' a ' > $ >r o v od. of course,
of IL a ^ pPal fr ? m the art i n n
nrol«l k C °T m,ttrP Tf «P
fs T W j Î W a food on,,,r
member of the** I " T nt 10 tbf>
throuirh whomYkJ 00 * po ^mittee
his request for aid ™ a d''
der consi,^ of toured W t nr '
The local chi.>f ,r Y duplicate».
keens , * U1 dr0uth re.lof
f PV for bin records, and
Ä
tion, alteration of the ^ 5 Up, J5 ü '
is imuoaidhlf ,n i th f °° d ordcr
fact Mr ôwInn' 8S a ., mattp r of
er trlcH' h„, Kay * ,l waH ncv "
tory if^the Re°d Croïî 81 th ® hi ' , -
The looll S. "' .
check from hls
er» Tbte chork F a hca dquart
rL p b,K chPck ia drawn on the
am Y 5* and
Mr
i h«t d ""n® il quitp plain
C /°"* r ® I,cf diffcr * very
1 ^ aid * iv « n <*«"
t F? th * count y com
I Â to** 11 la
ir* d ," ty _^ S® °? utlty commission
F provide for the poverty
m^kte. me ^ n ot t com
How Y er * In the matter
And he * f * ^ E ^
ü^i g; «j *t hkn.'jt "L*
;NÄ
plleted ' And . because of the busi
n ® aR depression and hard time,
* rp T* ra Ry Jt J " V «*T difficult to
rai * e ^nds. ^ 10
course," he said.
<rani "tJon is not going to allow
J* 0 ? 1 * to starve. We can raise the
SÄ ; f ° r y0ur ^ pJ * » the de
n.? t l * ®i aR 11 ""ems to he.
moLV* T*" thp t rfmendou * a
mount of money which many pro
to rT m th,nk the Red Cross
S 1<1 ,T d in Montana and,
"(tcularly in northeastern Montana
uld requir * a "drive" such
T ^ °" ,n A^ansa». for exai^
p p - And this would result in the
adverse advertising for
ÎÎZ' ry -î nd ,t ' P"»'« I« woaM
* v * ä «^SfÄÜ'S
sSÄE-W-KÄftä

fhh country and has caused
BöfÄt 'r '
£ Ç' 5 '" , Ä ■Mk.t;
«nt tolST^» "'»'•f» >I»M
It wa» made very plain that the
the or
par
ront
on the
poverty and
to
■not
AOf \ Off
imini/inii UIL
m « pir rAn
A\K LfllD
Ivtl
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I*thbridge, Alberta. July 19 .—
Alberta's oil industry ia facintr r»-«
A ^ *—*'
1 ?""** / e *^ uo w,th a heavy
duty nya,m,t fop «*m crude oi^nd
I vaseline, chiefly f ro)n the Uniter!
States. This is the opinion of oil
I «'perators who are making plea» tô
°ttawa for the protection they
"«ed With a conservative govern
'dent. admittedly protectionist in
P f) wer. they hope f or success ,
Alberta imported from the Unit I
ed .States neurl 21 million* U »
crude oil and Î M 800 ton, T ° f i
oline the first six months of *the
year 1081. This is the Situationen
lone province only, m giv,f ?omö
: i,, '' 3 of thp f,00,, oil bring m.mT
ed into the Dominion from ?£
United Stales, operators noint out
Unless adequate protection!«* civ
rn A. G, Spooner, a large indenend
"nt operator, said this w e ë k fu ?
rr va,,r >' «®W is through ' I
"The trouble is not an overnr«
duction in Turner va||~v !
Alberta firlda, but^ " 1| ec ,"^7
trihutahle to the imp m Irions frîm i
the United States,'* said ànofW
1 operator. ' * r
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ai< | whi h • . ... ' :
i, . urnished is drouth
payment For" 0 a E, P ' y '? unem
out if lk
*. rt „„ k t,, „„ lh " < ' , ' l Crw ' un
cd in IMentvwooT 1 "^mploy
ally have to do ^ wou,d >*■>
MiL nml fl ih *** mo tbln ^
Minnea frZ î" 01, lhpn to,
Detroit •and from fa
Vork City Such
communities A \ u nr< th< )
linrlividual probfeml >' ^ggeste.l
that road w«^rk is theV'T m*
isol !io, Of , )r ,n b< *'' POHHiblo
S. "d Ä : ,f . lh r V n *
malle by local ,^'"1 «
w„rk for farmers in grave ,^foTihl
highways northe',.-em\ ntJ h
__ „ c __
protection thev
'!
.
*« « not known what 'iîîY
ȀS
sï! ï:i ^
ganizing the commifLri.^^
m. ~ zg**
*»-K?.r,ÄrSr
^"ty i" required by law to do
An attempt will he mad*- hv local
'S? *Z\vr£
ÄTtÄtÄsS
» «a. .I.o'pado ciilr M h*.
mPpt i"g t ba ' applicants are not er
I M>c,p d to make the long trip to
f'^tywood. While an office will
be °P eT, « d in the Court House by
Nl «>« Madsen, clerk and r. <* rd?*
am! ''«'rretarv of the drouth rel If
'W« »ÜI be only for the
•» Win» the neeeaaary
rccor d" and files; and In the ordl
j nary the trip to the county
RPat by . tbc .applicant will simply
, tbat bp wil1 bav ^ to turn
round ® nd go hack to his own
cat?^! Unity " ° r 1 Pr tbat b,R «PPÜ
"JJ 0 " may receive proper a «en
tern f r ° m thi * * yft "
rZiMn ^,i nnd ou ^ will
" udlcss confusion.
.. And the Red Cro»s représenta
* ivp congratulated the local Chap
£y m .f ,h ÄSÄÄ
ÎSj&r«,
' IT. d ? at ,f wp did
Fi t WVch tt op th,R yPar we cer-
tainly are able to raise men.
" MnRt the local merchants have
- JJ rppd fo ba, ;dle the»c food or
dprR nt rORt ten per cent.
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port cr. Wooster Taylor,
y * r Post
J )ow " "® ar Boulder Dam-now
christened Hoover Dam—there are
P'tiful example* of Hoover'« nr/!
PCfity, the men chasing the sldrrnv
hurros and killing them to keen
^"» .«tarving, and the child™
who wait for the ^romiseÎT ™rk
S T ""*
BOULDER DAM
(Continued from First l'sgr»
in the Den
are
At the camp on the Colorado
cwndilions have been pitiful. A
number of the 600 gathered there
are absolutely destitute. They
haw been Idlling wild burro* for
food—animal* that strayed away
from prospector» and have been
roaming the hill« for year*, dill
dren were hungry. It was donkey
meat or nothing.
"They flock in
here daily in
broken down ears, by .brain
hitch hiking. We have 2,600 per
mutai appl (actions on file_iso
laborers, 240 carpenters, 150 drill
er» and no on through th« Hat of
all trade», from cement workers,
muckers and Jack hammer men to
holler makers and dv« engineers.
"Registration began at the rate
of 600 a week and is now
or
averag
ing about ISO a week—this bur
den for a town like LaaVeg«..
whose total population is only
5.000. No wonder county funds
are exhausted. Last month
placed 87 men.*
we
This is capitalist "prosperity,"
the promised "planning" of Hoover
to be compared to Dneipcrstroy In
the Soviet Union, where work
hums on a dam twice as large as
Boulder Dam and where men do
■not chase wild burros for food.
FA0R/ÏF7DC DirMIf
rAK tIlKj i (iN l
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where , ho ha * «P^nt the last two
^ ,n 8tu,,v nn ' l in irking on
1 . hP farm " nnd in thp factories, go
' n *f frn ™ place to place to the dif
ferent factories and construction
I J° b *«. He happened to he in this
I Bec ^® n traveling with and acting
the United States ami who is now
f overin k North Dakota and Mm,-/'™
f ana ' Hp '■I**'* on HgricdTfWf»
b /' r '' nnd in Russia, telling what
' ? oviot * over nment is doing for
' ,h ?uî nr » Pr a * com Pared to the "do
nothin * Policy of the American
*°. vorn ment. He tohi how the
, price of wheat In lusisa had not
I Tu w f ° r tbp laj,t fjv, ' Vears; that
t î ,e farmers were paid $1 per bush-i
i eI nt th " Hevators fie Sk»
^ r> lntimat , <>,y of the condition» in
th ^L farmers and workers* republic
S"* WaH foUowed attentively hv
îîlS!! ,d . W î Ce .u hich inr,icatod a ^oen
interest m the country where the
wor * t 1 Prs an d farmers rule; where
r oop e ««MH in business, that is
! >Uy n . an< filing, are not allowed
VOt *' „
_ " Motber
M .Ï"* speaker introduced was
Mother HInor. the district organit
w °. f thr UnitPd Farmers LTague.
MoU ?* !r ^ Bloor ia a Powerful and
convlncm * «P^^er. u veteran of
many a working class battle.
h< ' ,d her audience spell hound as
* hc di «'ussed the problems of the
day, analyzed the capitalistic col
lapse the unemployment situation.
Of thf farmoro .«j
w " rk ««- «ho told tho audionro
«what was wrong and proposed the
|r mP ' ly ' Sh( * told the listeners
\ Uai tb< •>••• was no relief for the
farm» r » and workers under the
r ru,P nf J h(t capitalist or in the
fram, ;. of capitalism. She paid her
to lbp Farmers Union
and the St. Paul Co-operative ex
,tlV ,* wbo are drawing huge sal
ar.es for the confusing and delud
Armors, and charged
h ^ f,,rrnPrs Union did not
fa^er, /° , offf ' r to the
Z outside of asking them to
what
government is doing for
rmPr aR co »«Pared to the "do
nothing" policy of the American
He told how the
j no i
years; that
were paid $1 per bush
h
lie ^'71Z" ""7 ^ hpat and ca
Ä ^
^r^T^r 'î Wî
° f th o P . ropub,| oan national
th.txrÄttt. 1 *.,
^
int/ndin ^Tv, purrK>yf>
^
wïïl \ V'« k °f t bpmsp,vps aa
I
r'SfÆ sas
5ÂÆ ^LcTcT
had i.rod.ieed Lu k t f
taken from *V> f » which had been
She was nftZ InÂîm k'
annlnuse «nï wk ,ntPrn, n<rd by
was given an S H wT" "S* 1
"Cl" i ih<%
mon pathored amund' hor" Zd
ahookhor hand nnd fold hoc ,Z,
they were ready to loin the ITri!
ed Farmers league and ftohf tor
fheir lands and thrir horned nml
the right to liv eand feed their
children. The tears rour-e.l d^Jn
the cheeks of many bronzed nnd
wrinkled fares but there was
tonP of determination In their voir
es never heard In-tore and a gleam
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Ancient Stamboul, now known asi
Constantinople, has for centurie» ie«i.
oualy guardad the aecreu connect!,«,
with the Sultan's harem, that innet
sanctum in the Old Palace, or Seraglio
TurF.Fü 1 bea ^ ed ' «° r «~U»iy dress™?
Turkish ruler« lived with their
ous wives.
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The attitude of
which has been maintained for
»n thl« connection ha» now been modi- i
Oed. however, and these my«iericx wil,
roon be revealed, for the Turknh gov
ernment haa ordered the partial op «••>. 1
ing of the harem to the genera, pool., j
»nd It u reported that the entir« 1
Palace will eoon be on view Bui?
during the idth century for Suleinar. i
the Magnificent. It u now a hu^ r ,, ,
mueeum known as Top Kapou. n,e 1
Interior comprl-e. . aenc» of t „uu I
ful reception rooms, dining room» I
bedroom, and bathrooms, all i« v ^, v
'" ran,m " — -Ä
M»«wered Thatcher's articles about
^ >p«^ >n thp F * rm * r *\
Union Herald and was cheered and
applauded[again and again a* hr
I tore the Farmers Union fakers to
pierea He showed that they were
« bun . ch who wer V *XF»loit.nff the
organization sentiment of the
farmer* that h »d bf on hu ' n up b V
thoHff who had h 00 " bntt,in * all
th * M ' V*»™ fl>r . the f « rn1, ' r,, an . , '
wor ker* and coining that senti*
XVVSÄwÄ
Kn, aries these saviors of the farm
Mm,-/'™ wrr «' ^tlng; how they lived
81 th<* millionaire club« in Mùme^
a MI* and St. Paul and ate and ns
* «da ted in their leisure hours with
(hr hanker* and griiln gamblers
1 wbom thp V denounced when they
were out talking to the poor ex
* oloited farmers. He denounced
| ho ™ a * republican hell weathers
D'aHin*? the farmer hack to Hoov
^ b " denounced the farm hoarr
nnd its role of herayal of the farm
orH denounced the acre reduc
tmn remedy as a deliberate policy
of starvation of the masses in or
d< *r to force the rich nnd their
laekies to pay more for wheat and
that if was the policy that
Hoover and Wall Street had been
edvomting for the past ten years
nr, d which the F. IT. officials nn d
ba I y ' r bad denounced until thev hnd
brPT1 a place at the trough hv
1 ^ farm hoard when for these 80
n ' , ' c^,, of f,nvr >' thev were offering
f ho medicine to the farmers which
She'ihev formerly threw- out of the
window.
j Taylor created a riot among the
facers when he wept with That
1 rher nnd his wife over the misery
I «U.M to thn,o dollralo and rofin- 1
nd aavlora of tho farmora hy lhoj
In'* of toilet paper in Russia, and I
recommended that If they should I
have occasion to go again that
they should protect themself a-!
gainst such distress hv taking
Scar Roebuck catalog along on thel
trip and (hat while it might not
be just what they got nt the Min
nesota club and in the swell Pull- '
man in which they traveled in U.
S. at the expense of the farmers.
they would still be using what ftOt
ner rent of the farmers who fum-j
ish him his $12.000 for
cr* were getting; how they llvetl
l' at the millionaire clubs in Hinne-^
a P° ,iH «nd St. Paul and ate and as-*
s °cJated in their leisure hours with
,br hankers and gfaln gamblers
; whom they denounced when they
worp out talking to the poor ex
nloited farmers. He denounce«!
them as republican hell weathers
; fading the farmer hack to Hoov
year
^ *' m "g their wheat for them nt the
marT would ^ofth.m.°^3
!ÄWL h Ä Kt
had produced so much shSi rT'
% ä^ s'rbis
fight; fight for that which belong
mf,p t'ng would he held in everv
Ä r r
•"<« that aa nn.ni ^d.llcr
wou, d b " allowed to make any prof
it whatever off the misery of the
PX I >,nitp d drouth stricken farmers
aH ihoy (Jo now on th< . Crossl.ïif
dole, and that thev could come in
their cars like human being to
' fp ' th,,ir r,,|l - f »" (l not an f *t ^
, with • « h «' barrow aa it required
b f y that frr, ' at ^"«volent organiza
1 which ,ook,, unon tb e farmer
" H f * >mP low< *r order of animal life
nnd whlrh ***' nd * about «0 rents
? n ovory do,,ar donated for relief
" . thp KU I > I ,ort of administrators
nn J * urv, *y or " and other parasites
ar * "?° rp r * )n<,or * 1p d about the
!? R '"?iT P,ompnt and tbpir Profit»
tbnr { bpy arP about tb ® needy
wnrkrrs '
Hp took a collection to defray
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" oct,# "«««ounied bv gilded *
° P i e * ,n Venetian style
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time».
*\ iw in K?nii
J In the evening the,..
dance with music fumUhM^ »
"Wranglers" a new and 0 ii * ^
orchestra of Plontywood riL—
enjoying great popularity «5* a
HOn «ml whjch orch '
formed to the delight of , P*
®*jeroua dancers who trinwa
l«Kht fantastic until the
| hours o' the mornin*.
,,„ w .-V""" 1 "' 1 -
Farmer^ ïïagm-'în Sh u® ,,ni H
j n ^«rid«, JJJ
afternoon a mecib
.
a , * b , J... j >re f lnr t whîj
rp elected îî d Wm| »
y , 1 «!.■ eti n>r
, . . at t *.
rv e rv nrecinet to*#?' h® Md?
. f " 1 ,r the ,-ounty
Wh * . •
pn ^®"^ he r cou " l > >* «rg anilf(j
e d and definite** «ten 71! *** for ns
^ f £ * t pH taken
J™»» *«^ a st ev icti
^ b * th , J olb p J lon of p
f!„L" r ? - JllL . lv 1 prot ^t tS
-„thles, c n '«etics ^
f ^
, fi^ht f, r Ki -V
L H e l n ? 111 ' *
member« of Th^ t, ; r , ^ cori1f ' <*h«rt«
,e„Zp an , tn N Par mei»
J nr * t V / , r . , r ' ar '' str 0w <
^J and '$'**' »heim"*
Jr * ° Those f ' f ' d U '^
SwI?* who . n «t
1 , the organization n,m,
PaVP H"* fr ap T>Üration« , t
No ^s office or wit*
* ab ^ bur V, "ho h;
^ \.Provisional
,h " fi "'
co îy n, ; f '
„V} ^ arp $I por >^ar or »
î!" t *^ r / ÎUartPr ' . If a farmer »
^ p,) ,r , to pay ,b),; * r > rents,
^ a statement to that rifen fift
u!^ thç secretary a membership
Papd * " ^ J"aued to such ^
C * . A . a,,r " b *'r of farm*,
ha ^ a '^ a d.v Joined voluntarily.
^ _ J y l mp T, rt ? nl that tW« oe
nhou] ! 1 ^ ra < b 'd
1,1 r** m * spepd There i
1 ,, Ul
Hon Stnrvin *
w ' „J* {^2, "Y.' ,n ,,n " r,,, d^
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^heTp TrL^th^
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Cf l? .f u' r '' h i , ' ,r ^n. Ht
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kf*1 thUt*'*, l °l K \u from
oaU8e br 7 l(b , Wa; sor '' ' ,t hi »
Vî K « ÄTS
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1 K "o ^ ..' rw *
tv ni,,. doéTnot h fl T'
„L" u«? 0t havP food for ^
"n « r ® w, *«L w -
^ [f «t «"ce to the Pnaiurer. New,
7Xr of* the" UnlZI'"'? m *
ÛXZ « II onM 1 li ^T*
w ni*k p taken ù îL î' u
itl extended «t t0 1 hat **
w t h Y ,
making thi fîï w J! ÏÏÂÏ
™' idr ^hoiih/? fookh
mPT , t pf. op i P „ b n Y kYJu^i
to starve In the
There is a large org-mir ition il
ready in Minnesota lîd North «ä
Slouth Dakota nd thou stub of firm
àrn in hr .nil n a »
ZrZr, f h nl ,0, " Pd A ^
man had
worth of food
Thursday morning at Medidm
Uike.
once. No one in
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'■romsrtfihtx i. «e ya txj-g
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The Canadian P***
season
P'* n -r » inprcea of France, which
i * ,ew Yurk February 3 on her anntuj
I ■'-IcciUr-rranean cruise, srlll tcruct w
j . <m«tantlnople ao that her paaaenl^
vb-ll her mosques and the newtf*
opened harem, and those aboard th*
Pv irld-cruiaing Em pre«» of au»u»J*
I "rich leaves New York December *
will also be able to nee these world***
when the liner touche» at Conewn®*
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