This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1922 Excerpt: ...not be resisted. The superintendent has been asked to spend six weeks in the East in the campaign for raising the debt in the Home Board, and expects to be absent from the state from October 22 to November 28. Rev. W. L. Livingston, assistant superintendent, Missoula, Mont., snould be addressed on matters pertaining to the work in the state during his absence. Only a few vacancies in pastorates now exist in the state. Men are needed for three or four fields. Rev. Robert Tweed, of the Hot Springs charge, has begun work at an important outstation, and is planning the organization of a church and the building of a house of worship this fall. Rev. Dr. F. P. Ramsey of New York, has made an auspicious beginning at Hamilton. The manse in that place has been remodeled and beautified, and is now a model minister's home. In Dillon, Rev. Philip J. May has gotten hold of the work in excellent shape, especially in touching the life of the students in the State Normal. The people have beautified the church building and the manse. At Miles City, the mayor, in keeping with the spirit of the Old West, gave his approval to a Wild West show on the Sabbath. The ministers protested, but were assured that their protest was of no avail. The Presbyterian pastor, Rev. Merton S. fales, former assistant pastor to our Stated Clerk, Dr. Mudgc, was not to be denied his conception of decency, so proceeded to get up a remonstrance, and, in a few hours, had it so largely signed, that the mayor threw up his hands in despair and called off the Sabbath show. Some of our Christianity is not sufficiently emphatic. It is good that we look upon the Master in the Temple, with the scourge, once in a while, when public officials defy law and decency. Your correspondent, with his wife, has been touri...