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NEW BISHOP IS WELCOMED South Dakota Catholic Dio- I cese Does Him Honor (By the Associated Press) Sioux Falls, S. D., Oct. 3.—Accom panied by a distinguished body of prelates, Bishop Bernard J. Mahoney, -successor to the late Bishop Thomas O'Gorman as head of the Roman Ca tholic diocese of Sioux Falls, arrived here this morning. Tomorrow at St. Joseph's cathedral, Archbishop Aus tin Dowling of St. Paul, will install the new bishop. Among the party ar riving this morning with BisHop Ma honey •\yere Archbishop DowlinK Bishop Muldoon of Rockford, Illi nois Bishop Edmond F. Gibbons of Albany, New York, and a number of priests and laymen, representing the state of South Dakota and the Sioux Falls diocese, went to Sheldon, Iowa, this morning and accompanied the prelate here. Besides the churchmen in the Bishop's party were hia bro ther, John Mahoney, and a sister, Miss Margaret Mahoney, both of Rennsalaer, N. Y. Governor W. H. McMastcr of South Dakota, is in the city to join in welcoming the bishop in behalf of the state. INJUNCTION TO HALT_SCH00L Judge McKenna Issues Order Against Afihley Board Napoleon, N. D., Oct. 2. The action of Christ Docktor and other lax payers of school District No. 9, Mcintosh county, which includes city of Ashley, seeking an injunc tion against the School Board of that district restraining them from negotiating school bonds in the sum of $40,000 .which were recently voted for the purpose of building a new school building, equipping it and the purchase of a new schoolhouse site' at Ashley. The injunction was granted on the ground, first, that the petitions which were presented to the school board and upon which the election was based contained only one pro position, namely, the voting of $40, 000 bonds for erection of a school house, but said nothing about the purchase of a site'and of the equip ping of the building, and the peti tion did not have a sufficient num ber of signers. Second, the school board called an election for the purpose of voting on the three pro positions all in one ballot, and also advertised that the polls would be open from nine o'clock in the morning to five o'clock in the after noon, while the sjchool law provides that the polls shall be open from two to five o'clock. Also it was the view of the court that the three propositions, even if they had been properly petitioned for, could not be legally voted up on at one and the same time on one Lallot. FARMERS SUE FOR HAIL LOSS Booth, N. D., Oct. 2.—Saturday evening the farmers of Cjolden Val ley county, whose cut grain was destroyed by hail Sept. 6, and the loss denied by the, state hail de partment on the ground thut the grain had been "harvested," decid ed to test the validity of their claims in court. An action in man damus or a friendly icivil suit will be the route taken bs soon as at torneys can prepare the case. The meeting was practically un animous in this action after the situation had been discussed from many angles, and while all were not confident of success, it is believed in case of defeat the hail insurance law will be made less ambiguous by the next legislature possibly in ca?o the department wins, an effort will be made to have the legislature reimburse the farmers for at least part of their loss. A committee of four farmers and one businessman was appointed to employ attorneys and assist in the prosecution of the case, costs of will be paid for by an assessment on crop losers and volunteer con tributors. The loss entitled is es timated at $200,000. When you think of clothes, think of Klein. When you think of Klein, think of clothes. INDIGESTION III ST0MA(JH OPSET ATE TOO MUCH Instantly! Stop Gasj Sourness, Heartburn, Stomach Misery Chew a few pleasant, harmless tab-1 lets of "Pape's Diapepsin" and your dis tressed stomach will feel fine at once. Correct .your digestion and ease your stomach for a few cents. Don't let your stomach keep you miser able! Druggists recommend it.—Adv. CLOSED CAR DEMAND HIGH Mounting Percentage of Closed Car Production Re ported by Makers Production schedules prepared by the motor car manufacturer#for the coining year reflect accurately the constant increasing desire of the public for closed car comfort. The strength of the closed car demand is illustrated by the fact that Dodge Brothers, Detroit man ufacturers, are planning to devote approximately 35 per cent of their large production for the latter half of 1922 to construction of closed cars. The importance of this fig ure is emphasized by comparison with last year's closed car per centage, which was approximately 13 per cent.N The production schedule shows that the closed car of today* is dis tinctly not a "luxury" car. It is in great demand because it will stand up under hard driving and pound ing on bad roads just as sturdily as the open car—and at the same time offer closed car protection and comfort. 'The steel body construction which Dodge Brothers recently in troduced in their Business. Coupe and Business Sedan provides strength and resistance to strain which is possible only where the construction throughout is of steel. And prices of closed cars can by no means be thought of as prohib itive, as they might have been years ago. The prices .of Dodge Brothers all-steel closed cars, for example, now exceed the prices of the open cars by narrow margins bt $100 to $300. In the northern and eastern states, where from 5 to 7 months of the year are too cold for com fortable driving in an open car, the popularity of the closed car is growing by leaps and bounds. Even in the south, the buying pub lic appreciates the instant protec tion against rain or inclement weather which this type affords. The rapidly mounting percentage of closed car1' production shows Constipation Relieved Without the Use of Laxatives Nujol is a lubricant—not a medicine or laxative—so cannot gripe. When you are constipated, not enough of Nature's lubricating liquid is pro duced in the bowel to keep the food waste soft and moving. Doctors prescribe Nujol because it acts like this natural an a thus replaces it. Try it to ,day. A LUBFUCANT-NOT A LAXATIVE Cleaning, Dyeing, Repairing Pressing at new low prices. Mali orders looked after promptly. We pay postage one way. Eagle Tailoring lint Works Opposite P. O. Bismarck A S E Shirt Co. Agc'y. Made-to-order Shirts Underwear. and KLEIN THE TAILOR E W I E S All Makes mM rat raMM Hlamrek Typewriter C*. BUmarrk. n. R. S. ENGE, D. C. Ph. C. Chiropractor Consultation Free Suite 9, 11 Lucas Block Phone 260 Contending Armies Devastate Asia Minor Residents of the Turkish village of Pouloubrenar, Asia Minor, not far from Smyrna, watch all their tarthly possessions loll prey to flames otter the Greek army puts the village to the torch as it retreats toward the coast how well the motor car public is taking to this tye of car. 656 C. P. BROWN DISTRICT DEPUTY OF ELKS LODGE Fargo, N. D., Oct 3.—Curtis P. Brown, Supt. of the street^ railway company of Fargo has tjfen appoint ed district deputy grain exalted ruler of North Dakota B. P. O. E. by J. Edgar Masters, grftn| exalted ruler of the United States it was announced here today. TO SHOW LENIENCY Fargo, N D. Oct 3.—Leniency will be shown in collection of gov ernment seed loan, n^ptes frojjv,North Dakota and Montana farmers, ac^ cording to a "telegram from J. H. Sinclair, representative of the third North Dakota district in Washing ton. SEEK TO ANNUAL INDICTMENTS Fargo, N. D., Oct 3.—Twenty-five criminal cases are being heard be fore the Federal Grand Jury here today for dismissal of indictment, including cases of persons charged with introducing liquor on the 'Turtle Lake and Standing Rock re servations, postoffice and income tax cases. If you have corns which are painful, and give you trouble, come to our store Saturday the 7th for free advice. lr. Scholl's demonstrator in charge. A. W. Lucas Co. LOWER R^TES ON ROOFING Fargo, N. D., Oct. ,3.'—Lower freight rates on 'prepared roofing entering North Dakota from the East are effective today, according to N. E. Williams, traffic export of the Fargo Commercial Club. ,In some cases they are lower from Chicago to North Dakota points than they previously were from St. Paul to North Dakota he said. LANPHER HATS A reasonable price adds to the' satisfaction you get in You pat) more but get mora the new fall Lanpher FIVE DOLLARS. ShoeRolish Positively the onlij polish that will shine oilij or damp shoes -No disagreeable odor QUALITY QUANTITY Hasthelargcst sale in America Ox-RfcorfShoe*. BMWCOMTAHTha.Sdfch.il.r llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIItlllllllllllllllllltlllllllllll TO OUR FRIENDS WHO ARE OR SHOULD BE INTERESTED IN THE GREAT AMERICAN COW Get the inside facts about dairying by attending the NATIONAL DAIRY EXPOSITION at St. Paul, October 7-14 NORTH DAKOTA DAY—Tuesday, October 10. You caa learn more about how to engage in dairying, what to buy, how and where Jto buy it—all the real practical things about dairying—by visiting this great exposition than in any other way. October 10 is NORTH DAKOTA DAY Other sections of North Dakota are sending delega tions. Burleigh County should be there. We shall be glad to haye any. of our friends planning to attend the coiiventiori, register with us, and we will see that tickets and reservations are held for them. 1 \KM The First National Bank Of Bismarck The Pioneer Bank lllllllllllll!ll!!IIIIIIIIIHIII[|llllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllll»»IIIIIIHHII»IHHIHIIHIHHIWn^ TO OPEN CAMPAIGN Fargo, N. D., Oct 3.—Lynn J. Frazier, Republican candidate for THE BISMARCK ^TRIBUNE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3,1922 United States Senator, endorsed by the Nonpartisan league, will open his campaign here tonight. New Arrivesin Ladies' Presses. All styles and patterns. Prices range from $9 to $21. 1 Next to Woolworth's New 5& 10 Store. CRASH GO PRICES! Bismarck did not come back like every one said it would. We are tie£ up with stock and short on ready cash. We will give you what you want at prices that make this YOUR SALE and NOT OURS only in the light that we raise the needed mpney to pay bills with. Ask your friends who have visited our sale if every statement we have made is not absolutely true. Folks, Our Sale Closes Saturday Buy everything now, we must have the cash, and we are giving more than the limit for the balance of this week which bring to a/close the largest merchan dise offerings in the history of Bismarck. Don't fail to come. LADIES' SPORT SKIRTS at Cost and Less. Our* merchandise is the best available, none better found anywhere. So folks pay a visit to the Fair Store and look over our wonderful bargains. This is Your Sale—Come and See for Yourself Opposite Postoffice. Bismarck, N. D. Thrilling News For Good Clothes Buyers Give^ypuihe Opportunity to Buy Now and Buy at a Saving. Such Values as we offer are extraordinary and every man or young man who takes advantage of this opportunity will be acting wise ly. We have styles, Fabrics and colors to please every one. We carry the Campus Togs also—all are specially priced for this sale. BOYS' SUITS And Overcoats. We have a very large stock and will save any buyer a substantial amount. If your boy needs a suit or overcoat soon come and look over our line. UNDERWEAR For Men and Boys. Our repricing will make it thS Best Underwear Sale you men of Bismarck have known We have several standard lines and our stock is complete in eyery detail. LEATHER VESTS Lanpher's, Stevenson's All styles from the simple working vest to the fiiiest golf enthusiast's Tweed, suede lined number. If in the market for one do not miss looking over our assortment. HATS AND CAPS Stetsons, Lanphers—and other well known makes. All on sale at prices what will save you big money. The Sale with the Most Radical Price Reduction 1 This Store has ever made R. C. Rosen Clothing Store BAPTISTS IN SESSION I its 42nd anniversary convention in Fargo, N. D., Oct. 3.—The North Lisbon this afternoon and will close a A.1I fi.i'nn an O I SBlMBMBliBBMilMMilMllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIII •.••mi. Dakota Baptist association opens tomorrow night. eSTOKE-WIDE Cola OFRHECOTTllKOalC :iiwiiiiiHiiijii:i!iwiiiuumimii)twiiit«iiiittfljHiiiiKUJB^rtM[inimHmwiti!nDiiiuiHiw«ujiiiiiinn n!m1i4 Ladies' and Children's Chappie Coats. Latest patterns, and all new goods, at prices which deify all competition. 408 Main Street.