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if if Sfc Vs fo. mi -"TV POTTR f?N Local Happenings Srv .Mary Piekford in "The Little American,'' greatest, patriotic incturi of the day. Ateo Mack Sennett's coin edv,. "A Bodroom Blunder," Metro poll tan Saturday and Sundav Sc. ]()c and V: The Minneapolis & St. Louis has1 made sonic changes in the train serv ice, having extended the Conde pas senger to Aberdeen, and giving Wa to be it of pa each way. There will be no change of time in arrival and departure of the train from the twin cities through Wnleriown to OomJe, but the servic-*' is merely extended to Aberdeen. Jr arrive? at Wa tertown about 11 o'clock in the forenoon, and departs for Ab deeri at 6:30 in the evening, thus! giving people coming to this city about six hours in Wa tertown anil reaching home the same evening. The! morning westbound passenger arrive*! from the twin cities a little after 6, a vi a 6 3 0 a riving at Aberdeen about. 10 o'clock All indications point to the heaviest holiday business the trade has expe-! rienced in years, and you .should have I your picture taken at Cray's Studio at once. 23tf Henry M. ifanten, who has been' connected with the Security National' Tk-.nlt for some years past, having been promoted from the cashier's po-' sitioa to that .of vice president some, a go a re is re a tion and retires from active paritci-: pation In the bank's management. For the present he is devoting his en tiro attention to the Y. M. C. A. work in the raising of the city's apportion ment. of $5,000.00. Mr. Iianten is not as jet prepared to make an announce-j ment concerning the business to which ho will henceforth devote his attention, but expects to be nble to do BO in the near future. Mr. Han ten, by the way, is a "Watertown boy" having run the gauntlet of the Watertown schools and having J, D. Carpenter, manager of the North Dakota company, located at Fargo, which-has the state agencies for several of the northwestern states for the distribution of "Motorlife,'' was in the city the fore part of the week, making some of the old automobiles act like rejuvenated affairs. Among others who invested in a can of the I Ml 1 S§ iiil* jff** spent: practically his whole life in the city.! Sebnng & Anderson, the managers! oi the Tea and Coffee House, have1 recently added what is known as ai peanut butter equipment. These gen-! a re in a re at a of talent and energy into their business,! v. and that It Is counting immensely' seems to be sustained by the fact of! a material increase in volume of! business within the recent past. These! ,-,vare young men of fine reputations! .who command the confidence of those! with whom they have come in con tact. Those Watertown people who have not already dealt with them will I And them to be accommodating and genial In a marked degree, imbued' with a determination to give satisfac-! tion in all instances. Peatnut butter, by the way, is both a delicacy and a| substantial element of food, properly I handled and eaten. Their apparatus enables them to have it always fresh,' since they .make it as needed. The November term of the circuit! court was formally opened in tMs city last Monday by Judge W. N. Skinner, who recently succeeded Judge Carl G. Sherwood on the bench. There are some twenty-five to thirty civil cases to be disposed of, but only one criminal case—that of the state vs. Frank Korth, charged with having set ire to certain of his own buildings for the purpose of collecting the in surance. He was convicted at the first trial, but an appeal to the su piwuie court resulted in a reversal of the verdict and the remanding of the case to the court for another trial, on the ground of errors in the trial and that the evidence was insufficient to Justify conviction. Up to the hour of going to press it was not disclosed whether the case would be brought on for another trial. It is possible that unless the prescuting attorney baa discovered further evidence, the defendant may not be required to stand trial again, although this Is but conjectural. His interests are repre •ented by Sherin & Sherin. lv~ are Plf? Coats, ^Values to $5.00 $2.95 123 EAST KEMP AVENUE material was Pete Schoenberger. Pete put a dose of It into the '-ring cham bers of his faithful old "Betsy," the Cadillac which he has driven for sev eral years past. Pete thought the old thing had caught fire, judging from the black smoke it emitted through the exhaust and presently, when Pete threw 'er into high, she glided for ward like a dream. During all the years that he has driven old Betsy, he has never had the spark plugs out of the engine, and he was sort o' curious to know how the old girl would act after giving it a swig of Motorlife. "I'll tell you what," said Peter yes terday, "if I couldn't get another can of this stuff when what I've got now is gonee without paying ten dollars for it, I'd pay the price. My old Betsy Is young again—just as young as she used to be, so far as I can perceive." Verne McCain, otherwise known' as pladn "Rusty" among his former schoolmates of the city, is home on a furlough. He expects to leave this evening or tomorrow morning to re sume his duties with the battleship Nevada. Verne left this city some months ago, having first offered his sen-aces with the Firs South Dakota Cavalry and afterwards -enlisting in the United States navy. There are Coffee!! Roasteci Our coffees are steel cut with the new steel Glutting process whieh leaves the fine aroma but removes the chaff, thereby giving you a fine golden amber color which likes to see in the cup. Don't be satisfied till you have tried „our coffee. Prices: Velvo 25c lb.. Pea Berry 30c lb., Favorite 30c lb., Royal Blue 35c lb., Banner 40c lb., Columbia 46c ttfe, 60c lb., 9 lb. lota Te Suits, 14 V* GREAT REDUCTION IN COATS- The season's master productions of Wool a a it a so it Hundreds of authentic modes that enormous stock of dresses consisting arrayed them in five groups'. The savings on these gowns Avii 1 he tremendous, greatest values obtainable. Special $10.50 Special $14.95 Special Values to $18.50 SUITS—All this season's models, tremendously cut in price, in SITU Values to $25.00 Values to $35.00 Special $16.50 Special $21.50 WAISTS at $5.45 $7.50 VALUES •Exquisite Georgette Crepes, Crepe de Chine, Taffetas, etc, in the new pastel shades. All sizes. ,. said to be about 1300 men on the battleship where he is stationed. Vet:ne, according to report, is getting along finely and enjoys his experi ences, notwithstanding the exacting service. He thinks he's got one of the finest captaiins in the universe and that all the boys on the ship are fine fellows He was given a leave of ab sence to visit the home folks. While he* talks but little about the ship, be lieving it to be the duty of a soldiier or a sailor to keep mum about what he knows or even surmises, he is re galing his friends with recounting some of his personal, experiences. Among other tilings, he recently at tended a football game. Standing be side one of bis officers, interestedly watching the game, his superior cas ually observed that that man (indi cating a certain member of one of the teams) "came from your own town, I believe." Surprised, he made a closer inspection at the first oppor tunity and discovered none other than George Lee, who is a member of the coast artillery. "I thought I had a rather good end ing for my speech, didn't— you?" "Yes, the ending was the best part of it."—Detroit Free Press Watertown by every THE SATURDAY NEWS, WATERTOWN, S. D. MI D^lS EliSOPI housewife 02.4O S2.60 S2.80 .00 10 lb. lots 10 lb. lots 10 lb. lots 6 lb. lots 5 lb. lots V' *2, ti.ro fH f. fi..9offaa Company! mm tt V" A Th©-f®ew York Fashion Shop Of Our Entire Stock of Values to $22.50 Values' to $35.00 Values to $7.50 $4.95 Dresses, Waists, Accessories Commences Friday, Nouember 16th, at 9 clock a. m., and will continue for ten days only Values to $10.50 \ralues to $23.50 Values to $:35.00 Values to $49.50 Values to $75.00 $9.95 $15.95 $21.50 $32.50 $49.50 SKIRTS—Unusual offerings of all our new Fall and Winter .Skirts in Serges, Poplins, Satins, Novell MiMnr??. Prices in five rpecial lots: Waists, Values to $13.50 1 $8.95 Every Item in This Sale is a Wonderful Value New York Fashion Salvation Army (Continued from page 1) eggs. We are asked to save meat fats and butter fats, using oil for cooking. We are asked to save sugar by using fruit syrups, honey and less candy. Every member of this congregation is urged to enter this campaign in a sol: dier spirit of sacrificial service. We must not fail our country In thi^ cri sis. "If we can Secure allegiance to this national service in- our 20,000,000 kit chens our 20,000,000 breakfast, dinner and lunch tables if we can multiply an ounce of sugar, or fats, per day by 100,000,000 people, we have saved 180,000,000 pounds in a month. If we save a pound of flour a week, we save 125,000,000 bushels of wheat per annum It is this multiplication of minute quantities teaspoonfuls, slices, and scraps—by 100,000,000 and 360 days that will save the world. Is there anyone In this land who can not deny himself or herself something who cannot save some waste? Is not your right to life and freedom worth .this service?" —=—4 $g NEW ADVERTISED IN TODAY'S EDITION Codington County i_../e Stock Assn. IJ. J. Shaw. Foster-Milburn Co. Sm F. LputdenScliiagi r. •. ••Sfi Tbos. Haight, D. C. S|§ Methodist Gymnasium. P. B. Gravely Tobacco Co. Chicago & .North Western Ity West Side Grocery. Metropolitan Theatre. WatertoWn Tea & Coffee Co.-.* •New York Fashion Shop. Moodie Dry Goods Co. 1 O. N. Whistler. C. C. Gray. Metropolitan Meat Market. Moodid Grocery Dept. ..Royal Baking Powder Co. J. E. Bird. H, C. Jesup Garment Co, Peoples Savings gank. Tise Studio. j*1** Prisoner:, -"What are my chances?' Lawyer: "If I can't hang the ]ury rou will."—-Baltimore American. UNLESS WAYS ARE MENDCt) Word is sent out^from Washington "a BtWct censorship Is coming to the newspapers unless there is a bet ter compliance with the government leanest that movement of troops he -HO! published. ^he papers ot the hare heen complying pretty troop mor ment with^ ttandoei o( a tlr hath the press.) W Velours, Broadcloths, Cheviots, Burells, Pom Poms, Silvertones, Plushes **, were carefully chosen. Beautiful materials in all the desired shades. We have included all our of clever modes in afternoon, street dresses, wool dresses, Jersey dresses and evening frocks and JS*" public does not want an army cen sorship of the news. Some papers of this state have made a distinct viola tion of the government request as a matter of enterprise. This threat of strict censorship' will probably bring most of the fellows up, standing at strict attention.—Pierre Capital-Jour nal. ,* 'j-*-' ~W Many are new arrivals just unpacked from New York. Without a doub£ the $21.50 Special $32.50 Special Values to $47.50 Values to $65.00 I oplins, Hurellas, etc., in the desit ed shades. Priced in four groups. Values to $45.00 Values to $65.00 Special $27.50 Special .^1 $43.75 Very Special White and flesh and the practical dark Crepe de Chine all new arrivals. Values to$6.50. 'alues io $18.50 $11.95 -»i£ Skirts The Ho||%M Artcraft=Paramonnt Pictures Mi .... With a recently installed Gold Screen and showing the latest of Most Popular Screen Stars. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. P1CKFORD-HUFP in "JACK AND JILL," a late Paramount picture, released November 12th. lloyt 2-Reed. potnedy, "Trip to Glnna.". SATURI^Y-SUIJDAY, NOV. 17-18 (Matoiee and Evening) MARY PICKPORD in "THE LITTLE AMERICAN" Greatest Patriotic Picture of the Day, Also Maelc Sennett's Latest Comedy.^ V- THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, NOVEMBER^22-23 Pauline Frederick in"HUNGRY HEART,#Gre^ Paramount Picture, Released November -5th. .. 29thCSt °f Ine# and Ev«ninf)M ^INTOLERANCE A Spectacle. 600 ItoneK %OO0 Scenec t' and in Five Groups 'liim tic*) !f .00 $3.95 aJ. tfv a-.-0 Values to $25.00 $15.95 SIvap ATEETOWK, SOUTH DAKOTA CERTAIN CURE FOR CROUP. Mrs. Rose Middleton, of Greenville III., has had experience in the treat ment of this disease. She sajre, "TOian my children were shall my son had croup frequently. Chamberlain's Cough remedy always broke up these, attacks immediately, and I have tak en it myself for coughs and1 oofefc with good results." Adv. 21-26 Hoyt 2-Reel Comedy, "A Contented Wom^n. SATURDAY-SUNDAY, NOV. 24.25, (Matinee and^ Evening) atARGUERITE CLARK ift "BAB'S DIARY," Oue Partai*0UI,t p5etures' Also Maolc ^eiYxett'^Comeay^/WaHressS^^ ADMISSION, IlLL dF AfiOVE 6C, MONDAY, TUESDAY. WED Released October .WISFLBS 16^^ 10c, 90,21 (Mat- ••af.vv -2-R^el.5lQreate!it of I Motion Pierre*, t,ia^ oi a Siationi'- er of "Bi Cost $2,000,000.