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SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916.
Bismarck Financier? Will Participate In Big Parade The Bismarck "bank officials and em ployees, thirty strong, 4he first civic organization to apply as a body for position in Bismarck's great "Prepar edness Parade," will be assigned the initial positicn in the civic division of the momentous patriotic demonstra tion which is to be the big feature of central North Dakota's celebration of the Fourth. The bankers of the Capital City not ified the Commercial club yesterday of their intention to participate. The financiers will organize under Capt. fJeorge H. Russ, Jr., who will also act as drill-master, and their prompt dis play of patriotism is expected to fur nish an example which others will emulate. Hundreds of individuals have al ready announced their intention of joining in the demonstration. To date the fraternal organizations, civic, county and state divisions and the various -woman's clubs have not de clared themselves, but all are expect ed to participate. The parade committee is especially anxious that a large body of mounted civilians take part in the parade* and is is suggested that the youhg people of the Missouri valley farms avail themselves of this' opportunity to de mondtrate their 'patriotism and, at the same time, to display'their horseman ship. The automobile division, prospects now are, will nuipher at least. iWIO cars from Bismarck and its immediate vi cinity As many more may be expect ed to bring in visitors from all parts of the Slope country, and these 'will be invited to join. Bismarck's Boy Scout' troopB will 'be extended an es pecial invitation to occupy a promi nent position in the parade, and the highest post of honors after the citi zen soldiers, in whose homage the de monstration is especially planned, will be reserved for veterans of the Civil war, of the frontier wars of our own west, and of the war with Spain. Every veteran in the Missouri Slope country, no matter in what, nour ol need he may have seen service in Uncle Sam's cause, is requested to VISIT Yellowstone National Park THIS SUMM£R Thru Oar^ef'%ateMray or iginal, scenic and only Nor thern entrance Spend a week or month In Nature's Wonderland. Good train service, and best dining car service in the world. Round Trip Summer Tourist Fares In effect on certain dates. For details apply to W. A. MCDONALD, Agent Bismarck, N. D. Send for free travel litera ture and let us assist you in planning your vacation trip. A. M. CLELAND General Passenger Agent ST. PAUL, MINN. $3.50 communicate with the Commercial club, in order that ample provision may be made for him. The club is very anxious to organ ize an old-time fife and drum corps, and if there are any veterans in the Missouri Slope country capable of tak ing charge of such an organization, the parade committee would be glad to hear from them. There will be aii abundance of band music, but for gen uine stimulation of the patriotic pulse there is nothing quite so effective as a rousing, enthusiastic fife and drum corps. There must be some first-class, old-time fifers and drummers among the war veterans of the Missouri val ley, and the club hopes to hear from as many as possible of them during the next three days. Bismarck business men and indus trial and commercial concerns are urg ed by the club not to ignore this op portunity to show their patriotism and enterprise by the entrance of suitable floats or well-arranged displays of their products. The industrial and commercial division of the parade should be one of the most interesting, and it can be made so, the club points, out, if everyone who has something at stake will go into the project with the right spirit. Bismarck will enter tain at least 10,000 people on the Fourth, and the presence of this vast assemblage will present a great op portunity to advertise Bismarck and its enterprises. A number of very elaborate floats already are in the making, and some of the automobiles which will be en tered in the floral section of the big parade will be of unusual beauty. In many instances no pains or expense are being spared to prepare something renlly worth while, but the committee desires it understood that the unpre tentious offerings will be welcome just as cordially. o- CITY NEWS TO BUILD NEW RESIDENCE. J. I). McDonald has broken ground for a modern residence in Second street. HERE FROM NEW SALEM. Mrs. William Lenlield of New Sal em is spending some time in the city shopping and calling on friends. DRISCOLL VISITORS HERE. Among the Driscoll visitors in the city Friday were E. €. Ruble, James Galloway and nephew, Mr. Stewart. VISITS IN CITY. Mrs. William Lehfeld of New Salem and Mrs. O. T. Barnes of Glen Ullin were among the Capital City visitors Thursday. DR. STRAUSS RETURNS. Dr. F. B. Strauss of the firm of Roan, Fisher and Strauss has return ed from an eastern trip to Chicago and Frankfort, Mich. jRPGENTS JCO MEJET. •».*• A special committee of the state board of regents will meet today to award contracts for supplies for state Institutions for the current year. ATTENDS MEETING HERE. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schick and Mrs. Tim Daley of Lark and Mrs. John Stevenson of Flasher were in the city this week attending the State Grange meeting. LICENSED TO WED. A marriage license was. granted yes terday 'by Miss Swett of the probate judge's office to Otto Hagberg, of Un derwood, and Miss Florence Holm quist, of Bismarck. CALLED BY DEATH OF MOTHER. Miss Lorene Leidiger was called to her home near Eau Clair, Wis., by the death of her mother. Miss Leidiger is assistant chief operator of the local telephone exchange. AT COURT HOUSE. Among the business visitors at the court house yesterday were William KNOX HATS I 9 Preparedness Safeguard your peace of mind reputation as a gentle man of taste and distintion by wearing a KNOX HAT to *5.00 CLOSED SUNDAYS ALL DAY BERGESON'S JUNE 26th. Dolan of Drake and Frank Prater of J^ein township. Mr. Prater was the guest of his brother. County Treasur er \V. J. Prater, while here. RETURNS TO FARGO. M. D. Anderson, stale manager of the Modern Brotherhood of America, who has been spending some time in the Capital City in the interest of the work, left. Thursday for his home in Fargo. LEAVES HOSPITAL. Mrs. C. W. 'Fowler, who lias been a patient in the St. Alexius hospital for some time, has gone to her home in Glenco. Mrs. Prnchief Buckey lia.s also left the hospital for her home in Lehr. ARRANGING FOR CIRCUS. Fred A. Morgan, advance agent for the Gollmar Brothers' hig three-ring circus, which conies to Bismarck Monday, July 17, was in the city yes terday making the preliminary ar rangements. GOES TO WISCONSIN. Miss Mildred Lawson, teacher in the Burnt Creek school district, has closed the school for the summer and visited in the city Thursday. She left, that evening for her home in Wiscon sin to spend the summer vacation. DEATH OF INFANT. James, the six-months-old son of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Whittey, died Thursday evening in the family home in Fourth street. Funeral services will be con ducted at 8:15 this morning in St. Mary's cathedral. Interment will he made in St. Mary's cemetery. TO GO TO LINTON. Miss I.oretta Odetta, head milliner at the Webb Brothers' store, will leave today for Linton for a short vis it with friends. Later she will go to Coqperstown for a two weeks'..visit ani from there* will go to Minneapolis to spend the remainder of the summer. DIES IN LOCAL HOSPITAL. Mrs. Adell Ladora Webster, aged 50, wife of €. A. Webster of Turtle Lake, died Friday in one of the local hospi tals, where she was undergoing treat ment. Besides the husband, seven children survive. The body was pre pared for burial at. the Lucas funeral parlors and will be shipped today to the family home in Turtle Lake, yhere services will be held and interment made. NOTED SALVATION WORKERS TO SPEAK TONIGHT AT HALL Col." S.- Marshall and Staff Captain W. Kiddle of Minneapolis will conduct special meetings at the Salvation Army hall this evening and Suiiday. They are noted workeers in the army and a big time is anticipated. The meeting this evening will be marked by the enrollment of a number of new soldiers, and Sunday a baby will be dedicated to the work. KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT. A. A. Thimmisch, clerk at the Mc Keenzie, received a telegram yester day announcing the death of his uncle, Joseph Palen, who was killed in an auto accident in Dubuque* Iowa., Thursday night. Mr. Palen was a well known politician of that place, hav ing been mayor of the city, and at the time of death was county treas urer and was a candidate for re-ele5 tion. Mr. Thimmisch expects to leave this evening for Dubuque. MRS. FISH DEAD. Word has 'been received here of the death of Mrs. Lucy A. Fish mother of H. C. Fish of the state normal school, Minot, but formerly curator at the capitol. Her death occurred in Mo line, 111., Wednesday, last. She was born January 26, 1836, at Rowe, Mass During her younger years she taught school above the Hoosic Tunnel and later attended academy near Rowe. During the Civil war she as married and soon after came west and settled at Moline, 111. Four sons and one daughter survive her. HETTINGER TO STAGE PBOJEGT FOR THE BOYS Hettinger, N. D., June 23.—The Het tinger Commercial culb, Superintend ent Arthur Ogaard of the Substation and Ray D. Lafiin, County Agent are co-operating in carrying out a project that is causing considerable interest in this section. 0[n June 25, they will he hosts to 3" boys of Adams county when the Adams County Boys Better iFarming Camp wil be in ses sion on the Experimental Farm ground. Concluding the camp, the an nual picnic will be held. An excelent program has been arranged for both ventures. Moving pictures, lantern slides and demonstrations will be used BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNB t-*nA U.»Uu). Seven Thousand Feet of Fierce Emotion and Tense COMING! in making the instructional work of the camp as interesting as possible. The first day wil be devoted to regis tration and assignments, rope woi5, recreation, beef slock judging anil movies. Tuesday, Mayor and Dr. Johns will speak on the Hmises. Di rector Thomas P. Cooper and Alfred Won'/, of the Dakota Fanner will ad dress the assembly. Illustrated lect ures on Farm Poultry and Dairy Stock Judging besides the daily al lowance of recreation and movies will find the boys ready for bed. Wednes day, Dr. Voss will talk on First Aid. Mr. Laflin will give an illustrated talk on Livestock. O. T. Peterson, Adams county and Yelowslone Trail boosters, will give a demonstration and talk on Koad uiiiliug. Uev. Hughes will speak and Mrs ICrland son, a local reader, will entertain the boys. One of the big events of file week will take place on that day. The boys will be taken to visit Alfalfa mead, the home of B. Byron Bobb, Grimm alfalfa king. Thursday will be taken up with short talks by At torney Boehm, County Superintend ent Rose Wagner, Dr. Mordoff, Dr. Tommerson, besides illustrated lect ures on Beef Cattle by Mr. Laflin and on the Care of Milk by Og i:i-\l. Mov ies of the iState Fair and Auricullural college besides the Shakesiiereau Prg eant at Fargo, will be shown. A ring of horses will be judged. Open evenings.—S. E. liergoson & Son. Hotel Dyckman is Minneapolis' new est downtown, fireproof hotel 300 rooms, all with private liatli. Hate, $l.r.o to $5.00 per day. 'T lii TIB Uf Will Be Shown at Orpheum and Bismarck Theatres Monday "The Unwritten Law," which will be shown at the Orpheum and Llis marck theaters on Monday, is a photo drama of unusual merit. It is a play in which the three principles are not so much types for play manipulation as they are tlesh-and-blood human be ings ho live, rejoice, suffer and exper ience tiie mutations to which all flesh is heir. Beatrix Michelena, who takes the part, of Kate Wilson, is an authentic actress of the emotional school. Critics who have reviewed the film have de clared her work marvelous, both in power and finish. Even in the scene following the murder, and in that, on the witness stand, when an artistic conscience would .surely have sinned on the side of realism, Miss Michelena keeps her poise and retains to the end of the narrative he self-control. To be brief, the emotional work of this little star is refined. It is realis tic. Her tears are as real as her beauty. DEMONSTRATING TOILET ARTICLES. Mrs. L. M. Thorn, who is at the Cowan" drug store demonstrating the Remarkable coat values in chinchillas, gaberdines, serges, and fancy mixtures, light and dark shades, also black and navy blue. For this week. .. Misses' clothandsilkcoats,some of these aresatin lined and others are lined to the waist with guaranteed linings, Shades in black, navy blue, white, chinchilla, corduroy, stripes, checks and plaid effects. Values up to $25.00. Special this week at J..1 Melba toilet products, was kept busy yesterday introducing the various ar ticles to the women of t'he city. She will remain during the greater part of next week and will demonstrate in tho new storeroom which will be oc cupied by Mr. Cowan Monday at Fourth street and Broadway. ANNUAL SESSION OF MASONS ENDS F.-irgo, X. D., June 23.—The twenty seventh annual communication of the grand lodge A. F. & A. M., closed its work late yesterday afternoon with the following appointments niafe by Alexander li. Taylor of Fargo, who yesterday morning was elected grand master to succeed Harry Lord of Cando: For Today All exclusive styles, only one of a kind in the lot in black, navy blue mixtures, shepard plaids and checks, Values $25.00, $27.50 to $30.00. Very special for the week at Women's and Misses' Coats. Extra ordinary values in Women's and Extraordinary Offer 69c Senior grand deacon, Charles E- FOR SALE—300 acres near Alta, Burleigh county partially improved small cash payment balance in installments. THREE Dramatic Suspense Best, Enderlin junior grand deacon, Allen V. Haig, Devils Lafce: aenior grand steward, Henry E. Byorum of Minot junior grand steward, Edwjn A. Ripley of Mandan: grand marshal, Oscar C. St. Chenery ot' Jamestown grand sword bearer, Frank W. Ehrld, or iHope grand pursuivant, Albert Weber, Towner, and grand chaplain, Rev. D. M. Mcintosh of Grand Porks. Grand Forks will get the twenty eighth annual communication, tlia meeting place alternating each year between tlr.it city and Fargo. "You will find the Hotel Dyckman a most convenient stopping place whtn shopping in Minneapolis. Sixth Btreet near Nicollet." Bismarck Realty Company BISMARCK BANK BUILDING FOR SALE—Some good lots in McKenzie and Cof fin Addition—easy terms. .i -. I" ».!i si' :2ir.L-i