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Friday, June 13, 1924. THE MONROE MONITOR -- Monroe Washington Spokane Democrats feel they have been chastized by the McAdoo peo- ple of western Washington in the or- ganization of the Democratic a- tional delegation from this state. The McAdoo people divided the hon- ors among those whom they knew would stay put for" McAdoo until the cows come home. Seattle building permits in May exceeded $3,200,000. Call at let us show you the new Chevrolet cox--Stave Chevrolet Co. Quality at low cost---Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe.' Today's the day to buy Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Company, Monroe, Uses less gas per mile---Chevrolet. Stave Chevrolet Co., Monroe. I will get my next suit from George Smith. MONROE and INDEX AUXILIARY STATION THESE DEALERS SELL RED CROWN GASOLINE A. C. ALLEN Grotto OTTO WILLEY Index FRANK SCHMELKE Gold Bar H. L. BARTLETT R. J. STRETCH CO. Startup FULCHER & HOFFLAND E. H. SATTELMEIER Sultan BROWN & HATCH W. W. COOK GRANT M. GIBSON VERNON HAGEDORN MOTOR CO. STAVE CHEVROLET CO. THEDINGA HDW. CO Monroe These dealers and over 6,000 others on the Pacific Coast sell dependable Red Crown gasoline--uniform when. ever and wherever you buy it. Saves carburetor adjust. ments and gives ready accel. eration, 100% power and greater gasoline mileage. Wherever you motor you'll find the Red Crown sign and the red, white and blue pump. 'Head for these and get the old reliable favorite--Red Crown gasoline. STANDARD OF QUALITY DAKD 0IL COMPANY ( C alifo rnia) CONGRESS ADJOURNS SIX MONTHS' SESSION Much Important Legislation In. c}uding Farm .Measures Fall to Pass, Washington, D. C.--Congress ended its six months session in an atmos- phere of controversy and turmoil char- acteristic of the bitter dissension which has marked its proceedings from the start. Western senators and representa- tives in the final hours of the session I fought and lost a desperate fight for legislation to relieve the farmer and to reform the reclamation policy of the government. Many other measures, including the bill authorizing construction of eight new cruisers and modernization of battleships and the deficiency appro- priation bill carrying funds to begin operation of the bonus law and for many other purposes, failed in the final crush of legislation when the session ended. Farm legislation, embodied in half a dozen measures which were put into shape early in the session, failed of enactment, although efforts were con- tinued for it up to the last hour. Likewise, no railroad legislation of great importance was placed on the statute books. This legislation, how- ever, and much other was put into position where it can be taken up at the next session with much of the work of hearings and investigations completed. Muscle Shoals, a question which has been in the forefront now for many months, once more went over for set- tlement at the December session. One important factor in the work of the session was the balance of power held by the insurgent group headed by Senator La Follette, repub- lican, Wisconsin. Joining with the democrats, it seated a democrat, Sen- ator Smith, South Carolina, as the head of the senate interstate com- merce committee. In the house, again Joining with the democrats, it forced a revision of the rules. RECLAMATION BILL FAILS IN THE HOUSEI Washington, D. C.--Tho house Sat- urday refused to accept senate amend- ments to the deficiency appropriation bill carrying an aggregate of more than $6,000,000 for six irrigation and rec1mation projects in the west. The measure would afford relief to settlers on reclamation projects and provide for the establishment of a bureau of recla/nation in the interior i department and a readjustment of water charges, which would be based rout. GTc,c(t, (00an Supply IOU With // // / ;Pt / i The Amao Can is dustless, rustless, easy to handle and store. The perfect oil for frying--for short- ening--for mayonnaise making. Amaizo does everything any solid fat or oil can do--and does it better than it has been done before. Send for the FREE Amaizo Cook Book Contains many aids to speed in prep. aration and deliciousness of result. Address: 111 West Monroe St., Chicago, Ill. American Make-Products Co. New York Chicago ) ++++++++++++++++++ : AT THE CHURCHES METHODIST EPISCOPAL Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Regular service at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. Epworth League at 7 p. m. Prayer meeting, Thursday evening at 7:30 p. m. E. D. White, Pastor. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH He're is a quotation from an editor of a magazine: "In spite of all its drawbacks the Christian church is God's instrument in the work of transforming our world into a king- dom of heaven, by means of the Church of the Lord of life is pushing the world slowly but steadily forward towa'rds the goal. More and more vividly His ideals shine out, His way of life is accepted, and He Himself is recognized as the world's true Saviour. It is the church which is the secret of the moral progress of the world." What are you doing to help the church? Church school at 10 a. m. Worship with sermon at 11 a. m. Children's hour 11-12 a. m. This hour is for the parents with little children who wish to attend church. Everybody invited. Rev. J. Morgan Lewis, Pa-tor =m SWEDISH CHURCH Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Regular Services at 11 a. m. and 8p.m. Prayer meeting Wednesda even- Ing at 8 o'clock. E. Ohman, Pastor., ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Mass in Monroe at St. Mary's Catholic church Sunday, June 15th at 11 o'clock a. m. Rev Robt. Dillon, Pastor The times are changing, says Dr. Payne. In a few years there will be 50 per cent less major opera- tions done and better health as a result. 10t4 on the average estimated crop valuel Mark it on Your  Ma k it Y extended over a period of years, r on our The six projects specified in the amendments to which tile house ob- / Calendar  al,i# ) Calendar jected were North Platte, Wis., $800,- . Salt Lake basin, Utah; $1,500,000; Owyhee, Oregon-Idaho, $1,250,000 ; Warm Springs (Vale), Oregon, $250,- 000, and Klttttas unit of Yakima, Wash., project, $1,500,000. APPORTION ROAD FUND , This Month Secretary Wallace Announces Distri. - UF00AL DAY butlon of Federal Aid to States. ) Washington, D.C.--Apportionment m==m among the states and;Hawaii of $75 : 000,000 for federal aid highway con-  " struction for the year beginning July l wasannouncedbySocretaryWailace. /T EVERETT IS Prompt apportionment of the federal funds insures continuation of the work wRhoutinterruption. We,:lnesday, June 18 The apportionment of the 125 funds by states includes: Arizona, $1,053,003; California, $2,- 646,990; Colorado, $1,361,48 Hawaii, Another broadside of values--another avalanche of lowered prices that will $365,625; Idaho, $$86,698; Iowa, $2,- bring thrifty buyers to Everett from every direction to save. 078,245; Montana, $1,544,453; Ne- braska, $1,577,165; Nevada, $947,623; A monthly event that presents to the thousands of buyers in this vicinity (or New Mexico, $1,185,528; Oregon, $1,- within a day's journey) shopping opportunities of very unusual importance. 1T6,850; South Dakota, $1,209,144 Texas, $4,410,169; Utah, $847,741; Come and bring your friends. You'll be well repaid. WtshLngton, $1,113,308, and Wyoming, $936,372. DAIRY AUTHORITIES SAY: Cattle allowed to run at large on the highways may spread disease. Public Debt Reduced $350,000,000. Washington, D. C.--Pre-war interest rates appeared on government securi- ties with the announcement by the treasury of its June fiscal program. The operation includes an issue of $150,000,000 in secut'ities ef indebted- ness nd indicates a cut in the public debt of $350,$00,000. PrehibRlon Party Names Candidate. Columbus, Ohlo.--H. P. Farrls, bank. er o Clinton, Me., was nominated as the candidate of the National Prohi- bition party for president of the Uni- tl States at the national convention here. President Vetoes Postal Pay Bill. Washington, D. C. -- The postal stary increase bill was vetoed by Preeldeat Coolidge with the declara- tion that "government extravagance L E mUSt stop." For a quarter of a century Carnation Milk has proven its value to countless users. T US DO YOUR PRINTING