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The Western News
Published Every Thursday by the Western Montana Publishing Com pany, Incorporated. CHAS. D. ROWE, Editor and Manager. Entered at the postoffice at Libby, Lin coln County, Montana, as second class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year, $2.00—6 months, $1.25 Single Copy 5c Member: National Editorial Association, and Montana State Press Association difference SHOE NOW PINCHES THE EUROPEAN FOOT It makes a very great whose fool is pinched by the shoe, President Roosevelt's program to suspend the gold clause on all con-. -tracts arouses indignation in England. They call it repudiation of our obliga lions. Apparently they have a mental tint nrpcpnts; them from astigmatism that presents them nom seeing clearlv both sides of a disputed question. If European nations have a I right to default and threaten total non payment of debts contracted in good faith and debts that have already been j sliced downward heavily, why has Uncle Sam not an equal right to cut the value of his obligations if he is obliged to do so by force of circum stances? It is a poor rule that doesn't workwork both ways. .. __I "CAREER WOMEN ARE PASSING. ' . Wo suppose there can be no justi-j p a"d, babies It she is ot that t !T e aad values 1 a career more than home making she | probably would not be worthi muc m the home. " ' But the career girls seem to.be d.sap- j pearmg, if one is to believe reports ■ t »V, ic.u _t coming from the 15th annual council of the General Federation of Women s clubs held at Richmond, Va. Perhaps , . «a it is just as well. Of course it is old stuff to say that women are created to be the mothers of the race and therefore their great est happiness will come from the home and in raising babies. That argument only calls forth pooh-poohs and sar castic haw-haws from the ardent fem mists. But said feminists cannot argue a way- the biological fact that mankind _ _ ___, must rely on women to be the mothers] of the race. And no career can give a -woman a bigger job than building a , . „ ... , . . home in all that the richest and most tender meaning of that word implies, and in giving to the world stalwart and upright sons and daughters. _ ,r . ... .. The discussions at the convention dealt largely with the home and child rearing, the lessening of crime and better government; with these and ., kindred subjects. What more worth while interests could engage the ener gies of any woman? - "FOR SUCH A TTME AS THIS.' £Note—The significant thing about the following editorial is that it was written by the editor of a business magazine.) Public Service Magazine; Certain churches throughout the country have recently been engaged in what they call their "loyalty campaign" for the mobilization of their spiritual and fi nancial resources for the year's work. They have been displaying posters which show Jesus pointing the masses lo the church, and above the picture appears this line: "* * * for such a time as this," The line is taken from Mordecai's goodly challenge to the courage and vision of Queen Esther regarding the vicious action of Hamaan in securing H \ A ^ Ar w The umpire has called in Libby and the ball season is on. Bat we "Play Ball' the year round with the man who is looking for style, wearing quality and satisfactory price in his clothes. We pride ourselves in selling "qual ity" to the people of this community and your complete satisfaction is what we desire. Richard & Miller ALWAYS FIRST IN FASHIONS FOR MEN AND BOYS. a decree for the destruction of all the Jews in Persia. "Who knoweth." "whether thou; art come to the king dom for such a time as this?" Esther had been suddenly raised said Mordecai, , to daunt the courage of any queen, but Mordecai saw beyond the darkness of ' the present persecution to a horizon j of great and good influence; saw be . „ yond the threat of Hamaan an oppoi - tunity for Esther in working out the, salvation of her people. —Surely, thé complex trials and trag . spiritual forces of our time with^an from a lowly estate to sovereign pow pr The perfidy of H amaan was enough edies of this present day provide the opportunity fully commensurate with . bauchcry of war has tneu .every ma their responsibility. The world emerging from the de te'rial means of restoring its equilib num, and none has met the test .1 can - llurc >s °ni> one \vay out, anc * ^at * s *' le wa - v °* Almighty God. * for such a time as this," is a S»at battlccry for the church to sound; f° r itself. The church is the channel . through which the way o God should made clear to groping humanity. a11 S oes smoothly, then comes a cata clysm and mankind sinks to lower History teaches that for a long time depths or rises to new heights, de pending upon its vision and leadership. , ... dering in the fear of another war in Europe. Then, suddenly, like a rapier Until very recently we were shud of lightning flashing through a sum - tu .„„„a „„„ mer cloud, comes the word that pre , . , , , miers have tentatively agreed on a plan for at least five years of peace. Give us fiye years of peace and sure j y t R e "■" id wii i f ^ wouJd ^ nothing short of con summate insanity f or ru lers of nations' today to permit another war. ^ ^ achievement which th J 6 . followers of the Prince of Peace can , ... hold before themselves is that which He came to establish on earth. It is a work which spirit ua l power alone rk whlch spiritual power atone can perform. It is beyond the possibil ity of all the combined forces of raa teriolism. They themselves have proved that. " Fortme News Notes Mrs. Thomas White of Stryke r visited ^iss Betsy Peterson for a few days last week. , Art Salberg of Garrison, Mont., is a guest at the Tf. O. Winkley home, Grant Campbell of Kalispell was weeken d visitor at the H. P. Wey demeyer home. _ Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Klinke and Mrs. r ar l Larsen were visitors m Kalispell W g d ^ day * Mr. and MrSv Albert Matzen of Eu weekend visitors at the a re ka were home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Burn um. Charlie Oertel and Dick Bamum ^ & ^ npar thfi Klinke fish hatc h er y last Wednesday. Joe Greenbury suffered another heart attack last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Moore were town last Saturday. Miss Ruth Hansen left on Sunday for her home in Billings after visiting for two weeks with Miss Olga Wey demeyer. G. A. Jensen went to the ranger sta tion last week to work for the forest m service. A county crew is repairing the road west of Fortine, A number of Philip Winkley s friends celebrated his birthday by eating a midnight supper with him last Satur day night. . , , The Whitefish orchestra furnished the music for a dance at Johnson's hall last Saturday night. BANISH ACID STOMACH THIS SIMPLE, EASY WAY Know the joy of freedom from stom ach distress. Enjoy your meals. Dr. Emil's Adla Tablets banish acid stom ach, indigestion and gas. Bring quick relief. Welch's Drug Store. EUREKA LOCALS The Episcopal Guild met Friday af ternoon, May 26, at the home of Mrs. Charles Howell at the Canadian line. A large group of members and guests attended the meeting, j Colonel Sheridan of Great Falls was here most of last week on a business and pleasure ■ trip. He returned to Gréât Falls Thursday evening. Mrs. Carl West of Rexford was a weekend guest at the home of Mrs. Ethel Long. C. W. Landsrud of Great Falls, gen eral manager of northwest division, and A. H. Griffin, district manager of the Continental Oil company, were callers in Eureka Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ammerman of Davenport, Wash., are the proud par ents of a baby born last week. Dale was formerly a Eureka resident work ing for O. F. Wolff as printer of the Eureka Journal. The new arrival is an 8-lb. daughter and has been named Ruth Elizabeth. Mrs. W. S. Gibbons, Mrs. L. W. Fet terly, Mrs. Ethel Long, Mrs, Carl West, Mrs. G. E. McKain. Mrs, C. B. GraySs, Mrs. Matt Griffiths, Mrs. John McKäm, and Mrs. Nora B. Pomeroy motored to Libby Friday afternoon to attend the chapter meeting of the Eastern Stars. An optimist is one who sees oppor tunity in difficulties: a pessimist is one who sees difficulties in opportunities. There is always success for the mer chant who meets the situation, revises his plans to meet conditions, who of fers honest values at fair prices and who uses newspaper space to tell his patrons about the store and his mer chandise.—Express, Red Oak, Iowa. Eureka News EASTERN STAR NOTES. Saturday evening Lilhan chapter No. 64 entertained Worthy Grand Matron } Alberta Rowland. Most Worshipful ; Grand Master M D Rowland. Grand Representative Joughin, Grand Repre i sentative Hunsinger and many other of \ * cers and members from Libby. Troy. I Havre, Columbia Falls and several j 0 th er chapters of the state. After a 6:30 o'clock dinner, the chapter called to order and were entertained some very fine talks by their grand officers and visiting members. The local chapter was very proud of the members who have received their was _________._cer tificates of proficiency since January i that is the work which the worthy grand matron stressed; x Following is a list of the members w h 0 have certificates: Florence Fet a terly, Ethel Long. Lina Clark, Eveline SÄJ Frtterlv° Ru?v' Wh* 1 -' Anna Tee j Capitola Purdy, Clara Winkley, Olivia Kice, Lillian Albee. Maud McKain, Emily Wolff, Petronella Klinke Lucille Buhmiller. Margaret Griffiths, Lillie Swartz, Francis Flem-< mg, Lyme Graves, Maurme Thomas, j assam , ne Thomas, Ruth Thomas and PAST MATRONS ENTERTAIN IN HONOR OF MRS. ROWLAND Ruth Day. Mrs. H. McCullough, the Past Matrons Club entertained Mrs. M. D. Rowland, Worthy Grand Matron of the Eastern I Star of Montana, at an elaborate bridge luncheon. Saturday afternoon at the home of P 351 Matrons Mrs W. H. Clark, Mrs. Ethel Long and Mrs. M. A. Hunsinger ., " ... . , _ , f, were the committee in charge of the party At the close of the bridge games the guest of honor was presented a gift matron ot Eureka ' was a The Eureka baobab team defeated the Waldo team Sunday by a score of 9 to 5. Red Hamilton pitched the game for Eureka and did an excellent piece f k or J? orK ' .,, , . ,. There will be a practice game of. five innings every Tuesday and Thursday evening at the M. S. field. C >rne earL BASEBALL NEWS. gnd play in ^ game games start at g.jQ s b arp , PAULSRUD-HARTMAN. Miss Myrtle Hartman of Kalispell and Mortimer H. Paulsrud were mar ried May 20 in Chester, Montana. Mor timer is a graduate of the Lincoln County High School and was a resi dent of Eureka for years. He is^ now working in Kalispell. J The bride and groom visited friends Eureka Monday evening while en j route to Chester via Canada. many friends extend to them in i heartiest congratulations and every wish for happiness. FORMER EUREKA GIRL HONORED IN GRADUATION Word comes from Metaline Falls, Wash., that Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Wolf, was graduated from the Metaline Falls high school last Friday evening and was the salu tatorian of her class. The other daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Wolf, Genevieve, took part in the program, playing the processional and the recessional. The Wolfs will be remembered as former Eureka residents, Mr. Wolf be ing publisher of the Eureka Journal. He is now publishing the Metaline Falls News. Mine Work Statrls. Oscar Wolf writes that work in the Metaline Falls mines was resumed on May 29 with men going back to work He said that promised better times as they had not had a mine payroll for over a year. Eureka Locals Mrs. Ray Eberth entertained Mrs. Frank Costich, Mrs. John McClure, Mrs. Lynn Purdy and Mrs. Orin Frost at a luncheon Wednesday afternoon. The ladies enjoyed a delicious lunch eon and pleasant afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pluid are the proud parents a 7% pound boy Sunday, May 28, at the Price Maternity hospital. The Methodist Ladies' Aid will meet at the home of Mrs. Will West Thurs day afternoon. June 8. Mrs! Ray Frost will be assistant hostess. J. R. Rice, the railroad agent at Gateway, is not travelling to his home in Eureka every day because of his health. Jack Hebisen and family have moved into the Mosby house next to the home of W, H. Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McClench of. Whitefish were visiting friends in Eu reka Tuesday. Franklin Long motored to Missoula Saturday morning 'and will remain there until school closes, when he will return with his brother, George. Bill Bright and Cecil Elliott went to Specially Tempting Dishes Real Coffee Why not have your Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner at the Announcing Libby Motor, Inc. LIBBY, MONTANA as Dealers in Graham Motor Cars It is with very real pleasure that we an nounce this latest impo.L.nt addition to the Graham dja.er organization—an other in the long list of outstanding dis tributors and dealers who, after careful investigation, have joined the Graham organization during recent months. \ , »io» coH»»(io« ( , , lllf VITALIZED POWER '"'"""tuiitam « v>>> M « ÇJhe/yioSt^mUatecl Gw on tAel^ocul, £ A A MAM NEW SIX, beginning at *745. NEW EIGHTS, beginning at |845. Prices st Factory, Special Equipment Extra. OS*4) Libby Sunday where they will work for the forest service. The boys will take their physical examination in Missoula. Little Joann Schuck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Shuck, was very sick the past week. The Baptist Young People's Union will conduct the services on Sunday evening, June 4. _;_ Several cards have been received from Rev. and Mrs. H. D. Simpson who are in Washington, D. C., attending the Southern Baptists' National convention. They are planning on leaving for Bos ton this week, Mr. and Mrs. Smith are visiting at, the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rock, Miss Lorrene Mikalson and the fam ilies of Grin Frost, Lynn Purdy, John McClure, Ray Eberth and Frank Cos tich spent Sunday afternoon at the old Fox ranch in the foothills. Mrs. Raber is very ill at the time of this writing. Charlie McKenzie motored to Great Falls Saturday where he will start working on the road construction. Jim Hutton returned home Sunday from Libby to spend the day visiting. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sampson went to Spokane Monday to visit their son Harland for several weeks. Rev. A. J. Stuart and J. Joyce of Billings spent a few hours visiting Rev. E. V. Swinehart Monday. They were enroute to Sandpoint, Idaho. Miss Marian Kay Stone and Lewis Fetterly were luncheon guests at the home of Miss Lois Rice Wednesday af temoon. Miss Gertrude Waller, who has been teaching school at Ledger, Montana, returned home Monday evening. She motored here from Conrad. Julius Beutel had a slight stroke of paralysis last Wednesday morning but is rapidly recovering. A. G. Pedersen of Kalispell was a business visitor in Eureka Thursday and Friday. f Tony Spear and Jack England of callers in town Great Falls were Thursday. , Ed. Eberth and Don McRae motored Kalispell and Benton over the week Jack Levin left Friday for Washing ton D. C.. and a visit to the Worlds Fair. He is the construction engineer the Hoosville custom house that is being built. Æ FS n »="fo"&n| n Mo„d.y News, and Paul K. Church of Libby were in Eureka last week investigating the relief work in this part of the «ÄW Frost family are moving into fJho\S formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sutherland. Webb Garey has a new car that he b °äS l Ä SP pJi» orwh i .eti S h i. in Eureka visiting her Parents. Mr, and M M J md MrÎ Tom^Bueh and family s"' hÄS & a To k onnÄ has been very to end on em have ill. Rev. F. J. Whalen returned Tuesday from Libby where he had officiated at the baccalaureate services held there. Mr and Mrs. M. S. Hosea of Troy were callers in Eureka Sunday. Mre F. K Sabin went to Spokane Tuesday to visit friends and her daughter Donna, who is attending the Holy Names Academy. Mrs. Frank Coombs left for Brown ing to visit Mrs. Jackson who visited here this winter when Mrs. Coombs was sick. . , , Ronald Rice entertained a host of honor of friends Friday evening in his guest,' Junior Klinke, who was visiting him* NOTICE OF SALE OF STOCK FOR DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT. UBBY PLACER MINING COMPANY Principal place of business office of the O'Rourke estates, O'Rourke Build ing, Butte, Montana. There is delinquent upon the following described stock of the Libby Placer Mining Company, a Montana corporation, on account of an assessment levied on the ninth day of June, 1932, which assessment was ratified and confirmed on the first day of May, 1933, the several amounts set opposite the names of re spective shareholders as follows: Name 1 - T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens T. M. Hodgens Thomas F. Newton Lucian C. Newton Mrs. M. E. O'Rourke Mrs. M. E. O'Rourke Mrs. M. E, O'Rourke Mrs. M. E. O'Rourke Mrs. M. E. O'Rourke Mrs. M. E. O'Rourke C. Howard O'Rourke Marie J. O'Rourke John Edward O'Rourke Charles Richard O'Rourke Mary Elizabeth O'Rourke And in accordance with law, and on order of the Board of Directors made .he first day of May, 1933, so many shares of each parcel of stock as may be necessary will be sold at the principal office of the company, to-wit, the of fice of the O'Rourke estates. O'Rourke Building, Butte, Montana, on the sev enteenth day of June, 1933. at the hour of ten (10 a. m.) in the morning of said delinquent assessments thereon, together with costs of advertising Kb, of Certificate No. of Shares Amount $12.50 4 10 5 10 12.50 6 10 12.50 28 8 10.00 35 7 50-100 9.38 44 7.50 6 11.25 49 9 7.50 57 6 63 30,00 24 3.75 3 66 2.50 2 71 2.50 2 74 5.00 4 78 1.88 1 50-100 80 J5.00 4 86 122.81 98 25-100 7 80-100 93 9.75 97 62.50 50 104 6.25 5 .108 2.50 2 120 18.75 T5 121 18.75 15 122 36.66 29 33-100 81 9-100 7 30-100 88 101.36 96 9,13 100 62.50 50 107 6.25 5 111 / 2.50 2 118 14.66 11 73-100 11 73-100 10 73-100 11 73-100 11 73-100 90 14.66 91 13.41 127 14.66 103 14,66 102 day, to pay and expenses of sale. ) H. J. FENNIMOEE, Secretary Libby Placer Mining Company, office of the O'Rourke estates Building, Butte, Montana. jnl-8-2t Mr. and Mrs. G f. or | e . , Clar v motored to Kalispell Friday by Bert McKenzie . Mrs. Clark returned Tues , a f ter consulting a specialist about hef eyes t vriHaw afternoon I—• June 16. at the J. Glen Lake t o tw0 weeks. Mrs. Tony Joy of Troy was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. t. Teel pk e ^ t ^ us W ^pf t e Eureka Wednes Coach |tanUis^ ^ ^ meet hS'broU,., SU.„W, and they will S £ a el a nd son Francis mot orod to Kalispell early Saturday ai3Ä-ar S^erland. Char^ attend the patrol school being held th Don Kennedy motored to Lib'by Fri day where he caught the tram to Spo kane. „ . ., Miss Helen McCaanon spent the weekend in Whitefish visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Albee motored to Big Fork Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Orin McGraw of Las Angeles le|t last week for their home after spending a week visiting their grand parents, Mr. ahd Mrs. C. H. Harvey. Sheriff Frank Baney of Libby was business caller in Eureka Thursday and Friday, Royal Neighbor Sewing Circle at the home ot with Mrs, Fred _ R. G. M. EHLERS, M. D. 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