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llr 'I PAGES f:- Ef I I II Srorat The battery condition shown here happens with every other battery but the Vesta. The illustra tion shows the wooden mats broken down—the plates touching. Short circuits result—the battery is killed. But this can't happen with the Vesta—the plates are locked apart by Vesta Indestructible Isolators. The construction and the advantages of these Isolators will be explained to you at any Vesta Service Station. This remarkable invention gives the Vesta doubled life and has placed the Vesta above all other storage batteries. LAHR MOTOR SALES CO. Distributors of Vesta at a Tires and Overland Cars. KINDERGARTEN NOTICE The Kindergarten in the Will school will resume work next Monday a. m., March 17, with Miss Matilda Williams in char^ as heretofore. Parents having children of Kindergarten ag'j will please see their children are entered promptly. M. ,J. Martin, Supt. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Bismarck,N.D. The Oldest and Largest Bank in this section of the State ESTRAY NOTICE. One black mare 0 years old, weight about lbs. One may colt. 2 yrs. old, no marks or brands, taken up Friday, a.Mrcii 7 o.Jhn L. Monroe, Baldwin, X. Dak. 10 ATTENTION BAND MEN. All members of the band and those playing band instruments arc re (|i]fstf'd to meet at the Commercial club hall at S o'clock Tuesday even ing. COMMITTER. I :s 11 THE VALUE OF A CHECKING ACCOUNT A Checking Account, in this strong National Bank enables you to han dle your receipts and ex penditures of money with system and accuracy. We cordially place our complete facilities at your disposal and sug gest that the next time vou are in our neighbor hood you stop in and talk over your requirements with our officers. Small as well as large accounts cordially in vited. a setvice stsHoiv (II11 IK IMPROVE YOUR FARM Don't let the lack of money stand in the way of improving your farm. If you do, you are not playing fair to yourself, your country or our Allies. The cry is for greater food production. Leave nothing undone that will help to make your farm more productive. This bank is making loans to farmers of the community for crop financing and farm improve ments. If we can be of service to you don't hesi tate to call upon us. CAPITAL SECURITY BANK Bismarck, N. D. fi all DARING YOUNG BANKER AGAIN IN THE TOILS Anton Zalalorious, Who Escaped From N. I*. Train in B. V. D.'s, Taken to Chicago For seven months, Anton Zalalori ous, for whom the police have been searching since he leaped from a pas senger train between Bismarck and Jamestown last July, while hand cuffed and eUui only in his underwear, has been working in a Chicago bank again, but was rearrested last week land his career of juggling bank rec ords and setting bankers and officials to fuming, temporarily stopped. I Zalatorious, who is 24 years old, a Lithuanian who came from Russia six years ago, disappeared from a bank Where he was employed as a ledger clerk, immediately after a confeder ate had withdrawn an account origin ally started with $100 and increased by a worthless check for $40,000 be fore the fraud was detected. The "depositor," Charles Kochenes, was ar rested in San Francisco with $5,000 and subsequently was paroled, Zalatorious was arrested at Glen dive last July upon request of Sheriff I Hartung of Dickinson, charged with I eloping with Martha Walth, 17 years I of age, daughter of Jake Walth, a I prosperous farmer at Hebron. When placed under arrest he had $31,000 in his possession in $1,000 bills, In going to Glendive Zalatorious. and the girl passed through Dickinson in a Paige car and did some shopping in the F. L. Roquette Co. store, ten dering a $500 bill in payment of a dress purchased for her. Mr. Roquette gave his personal check in change and this was found upon the young man when he was arrested. A J'inkerton detective arrived from Chicago and took charge of the prisoner, but while on the train en route east, the young man leaped from an open car window, while hand-cuffed and wearing only a B. V. D. union suit. A month later Zalatorious returned to Chicago under another name, ob tained work in a bank and soon had a $4,300 account in another institution by means of check's filched from his place of employment. These two banks are involved in a legal action to determine which of them is responsible for payment of the diverted checks. TURKEY AND ALL THE TRIMMINGS FOR OUR YANKS fContinued from Page One.) the men of Co. A, the hoarqnnrters company. sanitary detachment and ether members of the Fighting First who are now at Camp Ooflge awaiting discharge will reach Hismarck on No. shortly before noon. They will he I met at (he train by the entire city, headed by the Bismarck Klks' hand and patriotic organizations, and after an informal welcome there they will be escorted to various hospitable homes in the city where tlie.v w.ill have lunch. In the afternoon there will be a formal homecoming rally at the auditorium, and in the evening the feed at the Masonic temple, to be fol lowed by dancing until everyone is readv to go home. Hold Conference To Solve Rail Financial Tangle Washington, March 11.—The finan cial predicaments faced by the rail roads us the failure of appropriations by Congress was discussed by Director General Times and leading railway ex ecutive bankers, and officials of the finance corporation. The conference was the first of a series of informal conferences, with which it is hoped to substitute plan for the $750,000,000 sought but not authorized by Congress. WINDOW SHADES worth 75c, now selling at 65c,while they last. Call and see FAUNCE— 4th St. "The Home of Service* Also the Home of Chevrolet, Hudson and Hupmobile Cars and Parts When in need of expert mechanical work, bring your car to us. Look over our battery department, it is the most completely equipped in the state. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING You will be interested in com paring our work with that of pther shops. MISSOURI VALLEY MOTOR CO. CARL PEDERSON, Mgr. North Dakota BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE FARMERS SHOW RIG INTEREST Attendance at Avery Tractor School Has Exceeded 100— Many Prospective Buyers' That, this is to be central A.- MADE BY THE TK"8* T? North Da kota's biggest tractor year is indicated by the attendance at the Avery tractor school which ic being conducted by experts at the French ft Welch hard ware store. More than lOO farmers, tractor-owners or prospective purchas ers, hart attended this fchooA, U4 llteir |uestlons and the attendance which they have give the instructors IVtin -2VH*. "COLLARS CtUOTT. PBAflOPY 4 CQ^Iac. MACTHS BIGGER SAVINGS The value of baking powder is based on its leavening strength. You can't judge it by the size of the can—or by the amount you get for your money. You must estimate it by the .amount of baking powder used in each baking and the results you get. CALUMET is the greatest value ever offered in Baking Powder it has greater raising "force"it goes further than mdst of the other brands. You use only a rounded or heaping tea spoonful where others call for two teaspoonfuls or more. You save when you buy it You save when you use it One trial will satisfy you of these facts and demonstrate beyond doubt that "Calumet spells economy." Your grocer sells it on a guarantee of money tack if you are not pleased with results. Calumet contains only such ingredients as have been approved officially by theU. S. Food Authorities. Made in largest, finest, most sanitary baking powder factory in the world. HIGHEST Swards shows an unusual degree of Interest. C. E. Burgess of Valley City, block man for all of central North Dakota, is in charge of the school, and C. .T. Crane, an expert from the Fargo branch, is the instructor. Tractors are dismantled and reassembled n^to and engine troubles evplained, and a thorough course of instruction in the care and operation of tractors is given Five of these schools are being con ducted in Mr. Burgess' block. At all of them the attendance has been ex ceptionally good. The Avery output for March already js oversold, and the demand Is far greater than antici pated. The plant is now back on pre-war basis of production, and it hopes within the next two months to be in a position to promptly fill all order9 TUESDAY, MARCH 11, V" But Baking Powder is not all you save when using Calumet. You save baking materials. Calumet never fails. The last leftefi teaspoonful is as powerful as the first. Calumet is per fectly manufactured—keeps perfectly— and is moderate in price. 1919 Carney Coal Phone 94 0. E. Anderson Lbr. 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