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If in need of painting, paper-hanging, kalsomining roof-staining or tarring. . . . WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION PHONE 142 J. J. ROSS PHONE 142 Green Backs in Straw Stacks The wastage of grain by the avu'age Threshing .Machine is far more than many suppose. The Oper tor usually knows it, hut he can't help it with that kind of machine, so lie covers it up all he can and lets it go at that. The Farmer suspects it. hut he thinks lie has to put up with it, and much of hi hard-earned money goes over into the straw stack. This great wastage is the ft suit of employing an incompetent type of Threshing Machine thu rushes the straw to the stack, but does not beat the grain out of it. It is up to you Farmers to say what Machine will thresh your gram this season. You have w ,rked hard to grow the grain and you pay the bill for threshing it. You can't afford to divide your pro fits with the straw pile, for every bushel that goes into the stack is money right out of your pocket. YOU CAN SAVE YOUR THRESH BILL BY HIRING A RED RIVER SPECIAL TO DO YOUR THRESHING. It will save the grain for you; it will waste less of your time; it will do your job quicker; it will clean your grain better; it will pay you all around. It is the only i Lresliing Machine made that uses thetrue and sure method of s paration by beating the grain out of the straw just ns you would d with a pitchfork. The Big Cylinder, the Ma Behind the Gun, and the Shakers that toss the straw up and beat it as you would do with a pitchfork save the grain that others waste, whether it he wheat, oats, rye, barley, flax, peas, rice, alfalfa, timothy or other grains or seeds. THE BED RIVER SPECIAL WORKS OX AN ENTIRELY DIF FERENT PRINCIPLE OF SEPARATION from any other make. It beats it out while other makes hurry the straw to the stack and ex pect the grain to fall out, which it does not do. Have your threshing done this year by a Red River Special. IT WILL SAVE YOUR TIIRES BILL. 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SOLD IN BILLINGS BY Public Motor Company ■§•♦♦ + ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ !.• AFFAIRS AT WASHINGTON + 4* v 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4» 4* 4* 4* 4* Canadian Reciprocity in the House. The Canadian reciprocity ghost in vaded the House this week, and the Democratic majority refused to con sent to its repeal. The Republican members supported the proposition to wipe the law off the statutes. .Mr. Norris of Nebraska placed the matter in such shape its to affect the repeal of Canadian reciprocity, but to afford free print paper, free wood pulp and free pulp wood. His explanation was that such a disposition of the matter would "give elect, to the only good part of the law and repeal al! the balance.'' Mr. Burke of South Da kota advocated the repeal of the agreement and made the statement jtliat he was "opposed to the so-called Canadian reciprocity because it is a discrimination against the farmers and the agricultural interests of the coun ry." Mi'. French of Idaho said that he opposed the reciprocity agreement year ago because he believed the fanners of this country were not given equal consideration with those who had for sale the manufactured or fin -1 ishori product, and that he had not hanged his belief in this respect. (Tick Jo. Cannon expressed the be-. Iliet that the agreement was % ieious j and he wanted to get rid of it. Sereno | K. Payne, the veteran tariff expert.! told his colleagues that "it is petti-i toggery to claim that Canada had not repudiated reciprocity by its vote,") and Mr. Lenreot of Wisconsin e; tied j attention to the record, which showed! that reciprocity was never supported by a Republican majority either in i the House or in the Senate. Ills reso-' lution calling for repeal created most I the discussion. Mr. Morgan of Ok-! lahoma, declared that Canadian reci-! procity was wanted only by the Demo-; eratic members, and the Oklahoman I was indeed quite right, as on the final j vote practically every Republican j voted for repeal, while the measure | was retained on our law l ooks by the | majority members of the House. ! Adieu to the Commerce Court. No innovation in the government has brought fortli as much adverse criticism as the commerce court, and both branches of Congress have voted to put it out of business. The worst part of the whole matter is that in order to save the court. Mr. Taft will have to withhold his signature from the big executive and judicial appro priation bill which carries millions of dollars for the expense of running the government. The big money mea sure is a necessity and should the president adopt the drastic course of vetoing the bill, the appropriation measure would have to again be brought before congress in order to provide for fixed expenses. Senator Poindexter of Washington was the author of the resolution to decapitate the commerce court and he was sup ported in tlie senate fight by Senators Clapp and Nelson of Minnesota, Cum r'ius of Iowa, and other western states men. Senator Bailey of Texas char acterized the bill of repeal as "a sort • t legislative recall." and added that if it v. :>= to be c ; art.-d into law il ; ; j i ; I j , j ; ! j ! I j i ! j j ; I j i I ; ; , ! reader and con i' an ox decisions," Thr_. tills ? Week. within the u:u ertainties of week is '■ record with man to ponder on i he life. First came Puna'or Nixon of Nevada, who died after ,, short illness, and then Representative Hubbard cf Iowa, who was sick only a few hours. Following that came tl tragic death of I'eyritentative Wit iana who was killed aliens' seems as thm r ffe of Louis a train. It ore' funeral s in the af in tin, r ■ ur ,i'.V •uc Democrats V Expia'«." i" ■ many imm, ongressmeu who re].rcHc:,: :ai districts ,• . ord rf r| mr V -g the ar m : - -■ " ' affects the "inner- > , :> > , They '■ womb ring imw :! be abi ' expia::; :::■ m n .attempts cf their rainy to La . ü the pro tectior. a Horded t. ■ mers ol the west whiie feTa:;: : - or other in t, - arid traut : are serious ly coiisiiit-ring wl, t-t i.. : ti t-y shall at ten pt to run. s-aa; tt it. '.ic face of al most certain deft ar The one tariff measure whitli th *' attempt has bee made lo establish free trade is the free sugar bill passed by the Demo cratic majority of the house. The Democratic leaders admitted that the enactment of this bill into a law would mean ruin of the sugar beet farmers throughout the west and would bene fit the sugar trust and other refiner; but they rushed it through under the gag rule. At that time Representative Martin, a Democrat from Colorado,! made a brief speech in which he bade arewell to his fellow members, ex plaining that the passage of the bill \'C;;ld make his state Republican by of 1 ,o.io or more. His example might well have been followed by 20 or 30 other Democrats who represent states ail the way from Ohio tmd Michigan to the Pacific coast, in which the growing of sugar beets is becoming an important and profitable industry. To make the lot of these Democrats still moer unhappy the Canadian re ciprocity issue was again brought to the front this week by the action of the senate Republicans in making the repeal of the reciprocity bill a part cf the metals tariff bill. The Repub- ; 'trails in the house voted solidly to repeal the reciprocity measure but the Democratic majority sustained it un-; lt' r orders from their leaders, and now the Democratic members from the west and northwest, knowing that both sugar and reciprocity bills are bitterly i opposed by their constituents who, would be subjected to serious loss by ; their enactment, feel that the chances inf their returning to Washington are practically hopeless. Tariff Board Without Appropriation, The house Democrats have practi cally killed the tariff board through refusing, by a decisive vote, to appro-. nriate funds for Its continuance. It is the purpose of the house to secure I legislation that will enable the ways and means committee to carry on all! jibe investigations relating to tariff, matters. Parcels Post Advocates Differ. The endorsement of the Bourne : parcel "post bill by the postmaster gen-; >ral has been followed by a letter from j |ihe president giving the measure his! approval. The Bourne bill is drawn! along the lines of the zone system and the original parcel post advocates, who want a common rate to all points, declare that the measure is not satis factory, and it is likely they will con tinue their fight for a uniform rate :o all points. Statesmen Cannot Stay Away. Onventionitis is tiie latest ailment, md it is creating a general exodus of the Republican representatives and senators whose railroad tickets are good as far west as Chicago. A little later on the destination of the Demo ■ratic members will be Baltimore. Lucky Indians. A band of Apache Indians who have liven in the custody of the United Sudes since 1M>4 are to he released from their semi-imprisonment in Ok ahotna, and taken to the Meseallero reservation in New Mexico, where iiiey will he given lands and restored to their rights. Grand Junction, Colo., June lo.— Turners of Colorado and Wyoming are gathering here today for the an nual state meeting, which will Icon tinue through three days. 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