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r. ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIKli LOYALTY WEEK TO HAVE CITY'S BESHUPPORT Business Men Get Behind Patri otic Festival Scheduled for July 1 to July 6 STRONG COMMITTEES BUSY Anticipated That Event Will Earn at Least $2,000 for Burleigh Red Cross Bismarck got back of the North Da kota Cpuncij of Defense's Loyalty Week festival at*, ai meeting of busi ness men Friday evening, when a strong committee personnel was se lected, and the heartiest support of every progressive interest was pledg ed the undertaking. As plans for the big week develop it becomes apparent that Bismarck is due for the most im portant state gatheringinits history, •oV ,,, ,.i -.1 tii&iikA.- SERVICE —that's our middle name. Have you tried our clean, accessi ble, fireproof storage—you'll like it. "More Miles Per Gallon" "More Miles on Tires" Maxwell Motor Cars 5-Passenger Car $825 Roadster 825 5-Pass. with All* Weather Top .. 935 5-Pass. Sedan 1275 6-Pais. Town Car 1275 All prteeaf. e. b. Detroit Wire wheels regular equipment with Sedan and Town Car WESTERN SALES CO. DISTRIBUTOR Mandan Bismarck and no pains will be spared to insure the visitors proper entertainment. Proceeds for Red Cross. All of the net proceeds of the big week will go to the Red Cross. Among other Red Cross features planned is a transportation brigade to be com posed entirely of ladies, driving their own cars, which will be placed at the disposal of visitors, and the fares charged contributed to the Red Cross. This was done at Minot during the tractor demonstration this week, when several hundred dollars was cleared ,in one day. The Stewartsdale Red Cross ladies have already made application for permission to serve during the week genuine country dinners, ham and eggs, fried chicken, real cream, in real coffee genuine home-made dough nuts, pies and cakes and other actual food, for the benefit of the Red Gross. Ladies to Be Active. Red Cross ladies and nurses will be in charge of the rest rooms which will be established at various points about the city for the week. Work will be on hand, so that ladies while resting may also do a few "licks" for the Red Cross. There will be a big pavement dance on the brand-new as phalt pavement near the Auditorium each night, and the proceeds will be contributed to the Red Cross. The McKenzie has offered its dining room and lobby to the Home Guard for the benefit of the Red Cross, and evening dances will be given there. Carnival attire will be introduced and offered for sale at special prices for the nene- A Featureless Motor Car •v lllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllliailllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllfllllllllltlllllllllllllllllilllllllllllliiliiiitiiiiii,,!,,,!,,,!,,!!!!!!^^ fit of the Red Cross. The hed Cross will hold all concession privileges, and it was estimated las tnight that it should clear from $2,000 to $5,000. RED CROSS MEETING. The Red €ross executive committee is meeting this afternoon to plan its part of the bi(£ festival, and.meetings of various other* committees will be held this evening and Sunday. Mon day evening, at the Commercial club, starting at 8 sharp, a general meeting of all the committees will be held. From that time on it will be dig every minute to put the city in shape to re ceive and entertain the biggest crowd in its history. The Home Guard is making plans for the showing of the new war pic ture, "Pershing's Crusaders," for the entire week, matinee and evening, at the Auditorium. Special inducements are to be offered the bands of all sur rounding towns which are not having celebrations of their own, to come in loir' the Fourth. District President Pascoe of the United Mine Workers of America has been asked to invite in for the week the hundreds of min ers whom he has organized in this state to meet wit hthe lignite produ cers in a conference called by the Council of Defense. Home guard units iwthin a radius of 150 miles are plan ning to come, and several of them in tend to bring bands. A majority, of the companies will come equipped with tentage and the first state home guard encampment will be held on the cap itol grounds, under strict military reg Perhaps you have observed that we seldom feature any one detail of design or construction in a Maxwell Motor Car. There is a reason for that In a product where excellence is uniform, there is no opportunity—no temptation—tb emphasize any one feature, to the exclusion of others. Today there are more than 250,000 cars of this same model in use. For five years it has been manufactured in prac~ 1 tically its present form. If there ever was a weak link in the chain, it was long since strengthened. But there wasn't—from the first this proved to be a wonderfully. reliable, exceptionally economical and altogether a most satisfactory automobile. Special features are all right It is permissible, of course, to emphasize any advan tage a car may possess over its rivals. But in the case of this Maxwell we feel the strong est thing we can say is that it is just as good at one point as at another—good all over and all through. In a word, featureless—a standardized, dependably motorcar. You can't go wrong when you select a Maxwell Motor Car for yours. 250,000 other careful buyers and experienced motor ists endorse your judgment BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE $' ^iiiiiiiiilitiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiMiiiiHiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiniiiiiii iiiiiiittiiikiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiifimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiitiiiiiii iiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiililiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitfiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiniWiiniiiiiiixx)111111111111^ LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY Willys-Overland Distributors ulations. A feature of the home guard mobilization will be the presence of •Steele's crack cavalry troop, the only mounted company of guardsmen in •North Dakota. Meeting Monday Evening. General Chairman E. G.'Wanner calls especial attention to the general meeting of all committees at the Com mercial club rooms 'Monday evening at 8. Much important business must be attended to, and it is urged that every committeeman make it a point to be present. Festival Committees. The committees for the big week are as follows: General committee—Capt. E. G. Wanner, chairman governing board, North Dakota home guard, chairman George V. Halliday, assistant secre tary North Dakota Council of Defense, general manager A. J. Arnot. treas urer George N. Keniston, secretary Henry Halvorson, W. H. Wfcbb, Jr., Mayor-A. W. Lucas, Burt Finney. Speakers' committee.—Chijflf Jus tice. A. A. Fruce and Associate Jus tices A. u.i. Christlanson and? Luther E. Birdzell, North Dakota supreme court. Red Cross committee.—To. be as signed. War Savings Stamps committee— George F. Dullam, chairman, to name his own assistants. Food conservation l&jmmittee —Mrs. F. Smyth of Women's comrtilttee of state council' of defense, chairman, to select own assistants. 1 1 tr We can obtain no more OVERLAND or WILLYS-KNIGHT cars from the factory at present prices. The Willys-Overland Company will an nounce their new prices July 15th. Until that date, any models in our stock are yours at present prices -first come, first served. If you plan on buying this season, you should buy before this advance. We are unable at this time to fill all orders for various models. This condition is not going to improve. If you wish to be sure of a car at any price, better order now. Band tournament committee.— Harry Woodmansee, chairman, to name own assistants. Privilege committee.—Ray M. Berge son, G. W. Roberts. Parade committee.—Capt E. G. Wan ner, Adjutant General Angus Frafer, Judge W. S. Casselman, E. B. Kleihi Committee on police and order.— Bismarck Home Guard. Decorating committee.—iMrs. E. A. Hughes, chairman W. E. Lahr, F. A. Cbpelin and Miss Helen J. Sullivan, as sistant state superintendent of pub lic instruction. iSports committee—O. W. Roberts, chairman C. N. Kirk, Jack Oberg. 'Baseball tournament committee.— Win S. Mitchell, chairman to select own assistants. Tractor committee.—William E. E'reen,, Bismarck, and J. W. Burch, Stewartsdale, of the- Burleigh county Farmers' union President iR. J. J. Montgomery of Tappen, North' Dakota Farmers' union, and Charles M. Wtiit mer ofJYucca. representing the North Dakota council of defense. Reception committee.— Bismarck United Commercial Travelers. Dance committee.—Bismarck lodge B. P. O. E. Committee oh county councils.—• North Dakota council of Defense. U. S. Farm labor reserve.—John 1?. Brown, U. S. farm help specialist, chairman John N. Hagan, commis sioner of agriculture and labor Lind* ley H. Patten, state director, U. S. free employment bureau. Trades and Labor.—Stephen Pascoe, district president United Mine Work ers of America, chairman Frank Mil hollan, vice 'president North Dakota Federation of iLabor: Earle A. Hey wood, Bismarck Typographical union. -BUY W. S. S. STANDING OF THE CLUBS A 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE. w. L. Pet Chicago 35 17 67 New York .... 3.i 18 St. ouLis ...... 21 29 .420 iBrooklyn 22 31 415 AMERICAN LEAGUE. W. L. Pet os to 2 6 2 4 1 6 0 0 New York 31 24 .564 —because it is a beautiful car of ample room, wide seats, deep cushions and refinements throughout because it is powerful* easy to handle, with con venient control and easy operating clutch. because it has electric Auto-Lite starting and lighting, vacuum fuel system, large tires non-skid rear, cantilever springs and 106-inch wheelbase. because it is economical arid backed by Overland service everywhere. Fin pahltef OmrlmU tmUHtrBjl Appearance, Performance, Comfort, Service and Price Light Four, Mold pa Ttmnug C0 LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY 300 Fourth St. Distrik ut rs Bisma SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1918. :V Cleveland ..... 33 27 550 Chicago ..'..,27 25 .518 30 30 .50# 29 .472 Detroit 20 SO .400 Philadelphia 21 33 .389 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. W. •iL. Pet. Kansas City 27 16. .628 Milwaukee 27 17 .614 Columbus 25 18 .581 oLuisville 25 21 .543 Indianapolis .... 21 21 .500 26 .435 18 25 .419 32 273, -BUY w. s. s.- FRIDAY'S-GAMES.' American League. Cleveland 3 Chicago I. Washington 3 New-York' £. Loston 13 Philadelphia 0.: .660 Boston ... .... 28 27 .662 'Philadelphia .... 24- 27 .471 Cincinnati .:.. 23 24 .442 Pittsburgh .... 22 SO National League. Pittsburgh 3 Cchipagp 0. Brb&klyn 1 Philadelphia 10 ^BcABtqn 6^ St. Louis .423 12 Cincinnati 6. American Afc4ociatiort%r •Minneapolis 1 Toled&& I Coluiftbus 6 St. 'Paiflljtfjpr: j[ijt Louisville 7 Milwaukee l. •Kansas City 3 Indianapolis BUY AV. 8. S. Tribune Want Ads Bring Results.