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je, IV V\ y» MONDAY, JAN. 27, 1919. ONE NIGHT i:. 5' a BISMARCK CLERGYMAN HONORED FOR WORK WITH THE RED CROSS ReV. George Buzzelle, rector of St. George's, today received from J. T. Gerould, assistant northern division manager of the American Red Cross, at Minneapolis, the following letter: "M.y dear Mr. Buzzelle: It gives mo very great pleasure to send you, with the compliments .of the northern division, a service certiticate in rec ognition of the very* valuable work you have been doing for the fled Cross for so long a time: 'It would have been absolutely im W. Cochrane, former Bismarck wiis dealer and leader of the Bisaiarck lClks band, who writes from liouen: Rouen 12-17 I!)IS. My Dear Your most welcome letter reachei me a few days ago and needless to say 1 was very glad to hear from you. We simply crave mail. 1 am now at Rouen, the place where Joan of Arc was burned, and also a city full of French history. I am now what we term a "social secretary" and as soon as I get the various Christmas programs completed I shall take a soldier concert party all over Ifrance. (This is my reward for the many hours I have put in and I can truthfully say the hardest wor.k I ever did in my life) but after all it was the best job I ever did in my life. Part of our Christmas program is a scheme quite my own. 1 am having a child (French) between the ages of CITY NEWS Degree of Honor. The Degree of Honor will hold their Brown & Geiermann Washington Pure Apple Cider, Qft/% per gallon J/vIC Argo, 20 ounce package of Corn Starch, fl/» special Red Moon Green Tea, special per pound .. ..... OUC Monarch Worcestershire Sauce, QA^ special ..._ £t\JC Monarch Ketchup, 1 3 bottles for ..... 4 UC Farm House Brand Luncheon Pickles at less than cost, per quart .. V. .. .... A. H. WOODS PRESENTS The Biggest Comedy Success in Years BUSINESS 5 By MONTAGUE GLASS and JULES ERKERT GOODMAN The Comedy Success That Made Old New York Laugh for One Solid Year at the Eltinge Theatre ONE CONTINUOUS LAUGH 55c to $230—P RICE S—55c to $220 Seats at Knowles the Jeweler Tuesday—Mail Orders with Remittance Now Accepted possible to have accomplished the re sults that have been obtained without just such service as you have so gen erously rendered. "I am sure the work has been its own reward, but we want you to know bow thoroughly it, is appreciated by the dioision. Willi my kindest re gards, and my New Year's greetings, I am ••\'erv cordially, BISMARCK MAN WRITES OK WORK OF THE Y. M. C. A. IN FRENCH FIELD Because of the criticising which have been made publicly and private •ly of the work of the Y. M. C. A. over seas during the late war, much into.' est will attach locally to the following letter received Saturday from Oeurg "J (iEKOIILD, Asst Div. Manager. •i a.-Kl 1for each soldier in lloucn a'ii| having a Ciirlstimss Ires lor them iru.i to 5a— regular Santa Claus I a:id the "Y" is making sLockiugs, fill l:i^ them with candy and nuts and each soldier makes a present not to exceed 5 francs and not less than 1. After the tree we will serve clioc olate and cookies and have American songs. Each soldier will present the kiddles with a pretty Christmas card with his full name and address as a souvenir. This is a big Job but the boys are helping and I am sure it will be a great day for both soldier* and French kiddies. In the evening we will have the sam^ tree for the boys and each boy will be presented with a gift from the "Y" as well as a big program. I am very much delighted with my new work and am looking forward to my trip over France with much joy Thaqking you for your letter and wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year I, am regular meeting Tuesday, Jan 28 at 'cal Travelers, entertained with a ""8.00 p: m. All members requested to very enjoyable dancing party at the ho an time. Elks' temple Saturday evening. Social Party. AH members of the A. O. XT. AVI. and Degree of Honor, are urged to attend Very trqly,. G. W. Cochrane, .2 Rue d'Aguesseau. Paris. the social party at the Elks' hall Tues day evening, January 28. Enjoyable U. C. T. Party. Bismarck council, United Commer- Shadow Social. The Young People's society of Trin ity Lutheran church wil hold a musi- Quality Groceries at Prices That Talk PHONE 53 114 5THST. TUESDAY SPECIALS Coffee Special—COMPARE BRAND This coffee is a 35c seller now, but tomorrow we OTf**. Sunshine Maid Jellies,, assorted flavors, in (1*1 'TA a do Toilet Soap, assorted, broken lots per dozen OOC Hunt's Baking Ppwder, special for Tuesday, O 2 one pound cans OUC Choice, extra fine Navy Beans, 5 pounds for OiJC A few more cans of Farm House Brand of Pinto Baked Beans, 6 cans for OOC Montana Pure Strained Honey, special, 7d 10 pound pail for «PO* O IUC 7 A jJ' IJC -u 1 hvrtt lr\c*. QIARUEvP BAY "The Nine O'clock Town" with Charles Ray as the star will be the feature at the Bismarck the ater tonight. cal program and shadow social in the church parlors at the corner of Ave. and 7th street. Tuesoa evening at ^:4r» o'clock The general public is invited. PANCAKES IN OSTEND Correspondents Get First Made There in Four Years. Hotel Manager Tells of Suffering* ai the Hands of the Ger man*. American Press Headquarters, Brit ish Front.—The first pqnenkes made in Ostond in four years were served the other day at the Crown hotel. But the American correspondents got thein under false pretenses. They had had a very good lunch of vegetable soup, roast beef, browned potatoes and peas. "What have yon for dessert was asked the exceedingly attentive wait ress. ller face fell. "There is noth ing, messieurs," she said plaintively. •'No fruit, no sweet." In a moment slip was hack with the manager, who had been hovering near the door. "The manager and the chef will be happy to make you pancakes," she an nounced delightedly. "We got some milk and flour from the British ships today, and are able to make pancakes for the first time in four years." Then she added solemnly: "The mantiger and the chef will do it, because you are ,English." Whoever cooked the pancakes had lost no mastery of tlie art in four years. The American correspondents! were served four pancake master pieces each sprinkled with sugar. They were so good that we hud \no qualms later when we were told that the roast beef of Ostend .was-really roast horse. The Crown hotel, Ostend*s finest, had suffered at the hands of the (lei"* mans. The manager showed us through two floors, pointiugfout where wall ornaments, chandeliers and ev erything of copper had been torn off. All wool had been plucked from the mattresses. Nine thousand bottles of wine had been carted away. But tlid hotel had receipts for everything stolen 1 Nor was this all. The hotel was set apart for German officers, and it had been a great trial to endure the tyrannical mood of most of them. BLACKSMITH IN DANGER ACTING AS SHOE CLERK East AVeymouth, Mass.—When J. H. Moran, the village black smith, retired after 41 years of shoeing horses to work in a re tail shoe store, the manager made the following comment: "He'll get in wrong if, bending over, he grabs some of the new trade In the old way and ex claims 'Lift up, Bess.'" GLAD COLONIES ARE FREED N Native Chief* in Former German Po* •rations Hope. They Will Remain Under British Rule. London.—German cruelty exercised toward the natives of her former col onies is outlined in the statements of native chiefs in the Samoan islands the Kameruiis, Togoland, Southwest Africa, and East Africa, in a white hook published, by,-the colonial office. The statements shpw that the natives everywhere hope to remain under Brit ish rule. In a few cases the chiefs said they were afraid to say anything lest their land be restored to the Germans, who had threatened them with what they wonld do when the war was over. This fear, however, failed to prevent a vir- tually unanimous ajppeal for retention of the British flag. The horrors of the German rule I# Southwest Africa, the white book says," already aPe too well known to require repetition, but the same system of tyranny was found in other German colonies In af greater or less degree. The burden running through all the statements of the natives of Togoland and the Kameruns is "flogging, flog ging, flogging," .especially iu connec tion with forced labor on pin rotations. Bowels clogged, sick headache, fun rs it? Why not have that happy' fane, red cheeks that come with good digestion? Holliater's .Rocky. Moun-( tain Tea makes the bowels work reg-( ular, natural—makes you feel like new. Take it tonight. J. Breslow. Phone 75, City Fuel For the Beulah Coal BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE LIEUT. HILL PERSONALLY DENIES PREMATURE DEATH Lieut. A. Q. Hill of the Canadian overseas forces, refuses to* remain dead. In answer to a letter of con' dolence which Mr. and Mrs. John A. Graham wrote to Mrs. Mill at 'Kata vnn, Saslc., the lieutenant replies per sonally, insisting that reports of his death are greatly exaggerated that he not only has not died* but thi^t he has not been at the portals of death, although he was a recent vie time of the flu. News of Lieut. Hill's death was published in The Tribune after it had appeared in other state papers. At Minot memorial services had been held in honor of Lieut. Hilt, who ma^o a great impression on his audiences in the northern part of the state while speaking under the aus pices of the lied Cross. Once before the lieutenant had erroneously neen reported dead. The origin of, these rumors cannot be discovered. Lieut. Hill did not discover tnat he was dead until letters Of condolence began pouring in from North Dakota upon Mrs. Hill. The gallant Canadian fighter has spent much of his time ASTO IA For Infaate and Children In Use For Over 30 Year* Always bears the Signature A women and At *5 for two weeks past iu assuring [riends that he is let alive. Lieut. Hill writes that as secretary treasurer of the Great War Associa tion of Veteraiis, Saskatchewan divi sion, he has been very liusy in find ing places for returning soldiers and in restoring them to vthnir When you are wearied from over work, feel listless and Innxtiid, can't sleep or eat as you should, you are, getting run-down—an easy prey to dangerous disease germs. Ilollister's Rocky Mountain Tea—nature's herbs —should be taken without, delay. J. Breslow. 95 Women's two tone, black and gray high top shoes, Lewis heel, very attractive styles. Regular values to $10.00 at $5.95 At *9 75 Wopnen's two, tone and solid champagne cq#r high top, up-to-the-minute shoes, ^rth up to $15.00 at $9.75 BETH former po sitions. This is the only excuse he can give, he says, for his failure to keep more closely in toucli with the scores of warm friend he yiade dur ing his several speaking tours in North Dakota under the auspices of the Red Cross. He is enjoying his owrlc hugely, he says he is very much alive, and never felt so little deal in his life. Thousands Have Discovered Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a Harmless Substitute. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets—the Most headaches, "dullness" and that lazy feeling come from constipation and a disordered liver. Take Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets when you feel "loggy" and "heavy." Note how they "clear^clouded brain and how they "perk up" the spirits. 10c and 25c a box. All druggists. FOR SALE Beautiful Mahogany Steinway Baby Grand Piano. This piano was stored in my store. Party who owns it moved west, and will sell it at big sacrifice rather than move it. On display at KNOWLES' JEWELRY STORE Our Mammoth Five Day Shoe Sale Begins Tomorrow Fashionable Shoes Appeal To Well Dressed Women At prices less than the ordinary Shoes are selling for To-day We have on hand at the present time a large stock of shoes for children. Measures to reduce this stock must be taken at Sonce, so we are offering very low prices. These are our own regular stocks. Every pair of shoes is sturdy, serviceable and stylish, and the broad assort ment of lasts and shapes makes a perfect fit a matter of course. Here are the bargains^-they speak eloquently for themselves: Two Remarkable Shoe Values At $ 6- 95 Two groups of women's shoes, all highly desirable styles and leathers, are money saving bargains no wom an in need of shoes can afford to miss. They are made of soft black kid, vamps a good length, pointed toes, lace high top styles—every pair an exceptional value. Bring the Boys that can wear shoes between the sizes of 3V2 to 5y2 What you want when you buy boys' shoes is service. Here is the opportunity to buy the kind that stand hard knocks, also that are dressy. We have them in both lace and but ton styles. .1 At *2 95 The Store of Quality and Service iHHtiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiniiuiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiyiiiiitiiuiKiiniHiiiiniH %4 JA' substi tute for calomel are a mild but sure laxative, and their effect on the liver Is almost instantaneous. They are the result of Dr. Edwards'determination not to treat liver and bowel complaints with calomel. His efforts to banish it brought out these little olive-colpred tablets. These pleasant little tablets do the good that calomel does, but have no bad after effects. They don't injure the teeth like strong liquids or calomel. They take hold of the trouble and quickly correct it Why' cure the liver at the expense of the teeth? Calomel sometimes plays havoc with the gums. So do strong liquids. It is best not to take calomel, but to let Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets take its place. to* At *319 One large table heaped high with brok en size shoes, excellent values at much more than our clearance price $3.19 At $1*98 The most popular styles in suede pumps in a good range of broken sizes offered at a price to move them quickly.. .$1.98 '"T^Y^T ?.': ANNOUNCEMENT Revival Services are now going on at the SALVATION ARMY Hall, 112 Main St. Monday, 8 p. m., Rev. H. C. tleth\vaite will speak, subject, "The Power of God Unto Sol vation." Tuesday, 8 p. m., Dr. Hutcheaon will speak subject, "Forgive ness." Wednesday, 8 p. m., Great Feast of Tabernacles. Thursday, 8 p. m., Ensign J. C. Bell subject, "The Man and the Hour." Dealing on the in dividual that our state needs. Friday, 8 p. m., Rev. Strutz will speak on a very vital subject. At each service there will be special songs, solos and music. The jeats are all free. ». I l' tAGE 3 IMPORTANT *4 I if brA.