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JOF PLAY IS DEMONSTRATED Rujal School Teachers Are Shown Features of Recre ation at Ball Park ''•The 110 rural school teachers now enrolled for the Teachers Institute which is being conducted by Mrs. L. K. Jensen of Mandan and Miss Hazel Nielson of the Certification Bureau spent this afternoon at the ball park playing games under the direction of Dr. Henry S. Curtis of Oberlin, Ohio, formerly president of the National Playground association and director 'f physical education in Wash ington, D. C. The instruction given the teachers by Dr. Curtis is of a practical na ture. They are shown how to play new frames which they will be ex pected to teach the children in their school during the winter. Play has become one of the im portant parts of instruction at the institute this year. Instruction ia given in it each morning. The Am erican people are awakening more ard1 more to the need of play 'n schools and in all walks of life, de cJ'"'e(f Dr. Curtis. In his lecture on "New Era of Play" last night Dr. Curtis compared the place given this subject in the American nation with that in Eur ope. He declared that France, Ger many, and England, a^ll placed play •in a much higher position in th I't'c of school children and adults than did America. The need for play in schools, supervised play can not be over-estimated, asserted Dr. Curtis It has a great deal to do with the building of American citizens and the development of the child men tally, for no child develops mentally unless he is developing physically. The mental and physical develop /•••. ment, work and play, must be coor dinated, he said. Dr. Curtis declared that the peo ple of the United States were only beginning to awaken to the fact that good citizenship is and can be built by proper instruction of the play in stinct. Clean sports in which youn people laern to give and to tak^, and to be fair will be a big factor in the making of bur future citizens, said the speaker. Dr. R. S. Towr.e will speak before the institute tomorrow morning af. Mrs. F. R. Johnson BEAUTY IS HEALTH A' BEAUTIFUL WOMAN IS ALWAYS A WELL WOMAN You Cannot Afford to Overlook This Minneapolis, Minn.—"Before my man.uge I was in a frail condition of health. My prospective mother in-law suggested that I use Dr. Pierces Favorite Pr rcriptlon. I soon found the 'Prescriptfon' was what I needed for I gained in strength arid cheerfulness of spirit. I am now tHe mother of eleven children and during expectancy I always take the 'Favor ite Prescription' and find it- very helpful. To mothers and to other women who suffer urge the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. "I always keep in the hou?c a sup ply of Dr.'Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for regulating the bowels.'j— Mrs. F. R. Johnson, 2529 Gth St., So/ Write to Dr. Pierce, president In valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for free medical advice. Adv. 'Men's all wool union suits. Value $6.50. Special.. Men's Silk, and Wool Combinations. Regular value $5.00. Men's Pullovers, valug $2.50. Out they go at.". Men's Brown Jersey Gloves. Pair Men's Canvas Gloves. Pair Men's Black and Brown Hose. 3 pair Men's horsehide mitts. Regular value $1.50 Men's Engineer and Firemen Hose. Pair Men's Blue and Red Handkerchiefs. Bach'. Men's Khaki Coveralls. 1 Regular value $3.50. Only 1 *vO 15 (only) Men's Suits. Values to ^1 $40. Very special ^lOsOv Men's Fleece Lined Leather Vests. Regular value, $12.00 fP0*«/0 Men's Educator Shoes $7.50 Values $5.65 PAGE EIGHT THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE $3.39 $2.89 $1.59 12c 0:20 o'clock on "Care of the Teeth. Dr. Towne has written a book on this subiect and has spent much time in investigation of the care which the teeth should be given. The lec will contain practical instruc tion for the teachers who will return to their schools and instruct their pupils in the subject. NESTOS URGES DAIRYING FOR NORTHDAKOTA Minneapolis, Oct. 10.—"I am only too glad to co-operate with the peoT pie o1' North Dakota in lending em phasis to encouragement of the da'rv ird'.'stry Ijy taking part in this nntional demonstration of the expo sition," Gocvrnor R. A. Nestos of North Dakota said in his address at the National Dairy show here late today. "I believe in diversified farming and thing that North,Dakota can be come on the greatest exponents of diversified agriculture in the union. Our soil and climate and the freigh. rates to which we are subjected give the diversified type advantage over single crop farming which few other statrfj can give." 8c 25c 79c 19c ..... 8c The need of a rural credits system was urged by Governor W. M. Mc Masters of South Dakota in his ad dress. If farmers could obtain money to, put into' the purchase of dairy cat tle, much of the present financial burden weighing on the'nliddlewest ern 'agriculturists could be eliminat ed, Governor McMasters sii.d. PRISONER^ IN HUSH JAIL ATTACKS GUARDS London, "Oct. 10.—An outbreak occurred in Mount Joy jail, pouBVin, this morning when Irregular prison attacked the guard with re ers volvers whi«k-jMtd been smuggled ^Evening News dispatch Regular value $2.50 Men's Genuine Silk and Knitted best quality.' Values $3.00 #. Men's Silk. Knitted Ties. Regular value $1.00. Men's Flannel Night Gowns. Regular value $2.50 from Doublin. One gu^rd was shot and ^killed and five others wefe wounded. The military guard re turned the fire, killed one, Irregular prisoner and wounded several othrs. Armed with smuggled revolvers, Irish Irregulars, army prisoners in the Mount Joy jail here made a de termined attempt to esehpe today. In the fighting within the jail walls one guard and a prisoner were killed, while five guards and a number of prisoners were wounded. The out break was subdued after a fifteen mijiute struggle The attack aparently was planned from the outtiide (ind besides arms and ammunition being smuggled inti. the prisoner, it'was discovered that the telephone wires had been cu,t. ATETOO MUCH! EASE STOMACH Instant Relief from Indigestion, Gas, Sourness, Flatulence tot Stomach full. Digestion stopped': The moment you chew a few tablets of 1'Pape's Diapepsin" yoyr stomach feeiaf fine. All the feeling of indiges tion, heartburn, fullness, tightness, palpitation, stomach acidity, gaseu, or sourness vanishes. Ease your stomach and correct your digestion for a few cent3. Pleas ant! Harmless! Any drug store. Closing Out IWWi MEN'S SHOES Men's Kid Balmorals. Regular value $8.00. WTO,'.." $1.89 $1.69 69c $1.59 1 Ties. Very $1.50 69c $1.49 Straight last. $4.95 PAY UP BILLS OF WATER-CO. City Delinquent on Some Bills Since 1913 an| 1914, Officials Say ,.v TO BE INVESTIGATED Bills aggregating about $2,000were present to the city commission last night by John Caulfield, manager of the Bismarck Water Supply Com pany, and Alfred Zuger, attorney for the company, at the meeting of the commission. Some of the bills date, back to 1914, the manager of the wa ter company claiming the city had not paid water bills since that time. The bills included: city hall, Nov. 1, 1913 to Sept. 30, 1921 Auditoriuip August 30, 1914 to Sept. 30, 1920, and other bills since 1920 when the new water rates were fixed by the state railroad commission putting the city on the. same basis as other consum ers. Mr. Caulfield said that there was nothing in the franchise which, said the city should have free water from the dates in 1913 find 1914. Some members of the commission said they thought there must be some under standing that the city wa4 not to pay during that period. Mr. Zuger said that "it is wrong for the water company to give water to the city and it is equally wrong for the city to accept it and put an additional burden on the consum er." He declared that if the bills pre sented were just bills they ought to be paid regardless of whether' they had been presented during the years mentioned, and said-»the water com pany wan' willing to! have the-bills audited and if they were wrong for the city to make deductions. £lr. .W. Men's 220 Denim Overalls, wonderful values and always sold for $1.75, to close out Men's Dress Shirts, all nev^ patterns Regular valvie $1.75 .... |.V'.-. Men's Blue Chambray Shirts. Regular $1.00 value.............. Finchs all Flannel Shirts. Regular value $3.50......... Men's Dress Shirts. Values up to $3.00 ..... Men's Pure Silk Hose, all colors. Regular value $1.00. Men's Jaeger .Wool Suits. 98c 69c As we are iii need of and must have ready money, all sales are for Cash, na refunds* no exchanges. SHOE 418 Broadway. '-'W If'"--' No use mincirigs words now. Manufacturers in ou* linescompel us to at once close out our $10,000 stock so we can pay bills. They have giveij us the final S* O. S. Call to "Pay Up.,r They all' &11 for money -Yand we will give it to them by sacrificing all profit, forgettihg our own investment^ All w^lant is enougli to pay pur billsJ And will continue until alt creditors are satisfied. Our credit must be main tained as we value it more than dollars /M.oi'ti siE Men's Tan Work Shoes. An AC Value $4.50. Special ... rr..tPMivt/ Men's Tan Blucher Shoes. 7ft Value $5.00. Special Men's Russia Balmoral Educator high grade shoes, known the world over. &C fiC Value $7.50 Men's Vici Kid Balmoral Educator Shoes. Regular $8.00 Men's .High Grade Shoes/ all sizes. To close out. .* Boys' Suits, sizes to 15. 2 pair of pants. Values $12.00.... Leather Suit Cases and Bags at a discount of25%. 12 only Men's Mackinaw?. QC Values to $12.00.. 52 inch Men's Sheep Lined Coats, felt* Qg Regular value $30.00..... .,.. lv«yO 40vinch Men's Sheep Lined Coats,, £Q A(J. Value $12.00 yO*vv Men's Cotton Sweaters. AO Value $3.00 .... •JOC Men's Extra heavy wool hose. yl Value"$1.0(i pair .. •y Caulfield said that he was authorised by the officers, of the water company to render t^e bills .for the back peri od ait a 12-cent rate* providing the city paid them without legal action. Some of the biljs were presented last year City Attorney O'Hare said he had advis«d-,the city not to pay Ithem. Mayor Leqhart suggested the com. mission would investigate the maiter in the next %eek, and it went'over, agreeable to both parties., The commission adopted a resolu tion waiving the 30-day notice it m^y demand before a'hearing before the railroad commission on the engineer ing department's report on the valu ation of th« water plant! City Attor ney O'Hare said that he was advised the matter would be heard sometime after October 24. The commission named Fhil Meyer election inspector in place' of W. A. LANPHER HATS' that cater seductively to man's desire to wear a "becoming hat Collars '7m $2.98 $7.65 ntU IIIIIUII I -.- Falconer, who will bo out- of the city on election day. Bills were allowed as follows: Haggart Cons. Co. (paving on Eighth St.) .. $3,484,14 Haggart Cons. Co. (alley paving) 2,662.30 E. M. Stanton 37.50 Frank Grqpibs (sewer esti mate) 5,500.00 T. R. Atkinson 133.12 T. R.'Atkinson f. 174.22 Wachter Trans. Co 330.00 Snyder's Dray and Transfer 1.00 Telephone Co «... Workmen's Compensation Co SEE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10,1922 W. V.. Tel.'Co Police payroll Wachter Trans. Co Bismarck Grocery Co. _.. Street and Sewer Dep*t. Lomas Hardware Co. .. R. W. Banders ..... 12.00 746.76 5 Hand pressing. Dry Cleaning, 3 Wednesday Oct. 11 Ladies' Brown'Vici Kid Oxfprds. Regular value $6.50. 9 Ladies' Tan'Strap Pump. Regular value $7.00 Ladies' Black Satin Pumps. Regular value $7.50. Ladies' Black Satin Pumps. £ow heel. Regular "price $5:50... Ladies' Felt Juliettes, all colors. Regular $3.00 ....-.........-..... Misses Tan Balmorals, high' cut. Regular $4.00 .....'.... ...... .*.. Misses high cut Tan Balmorals, 11 to 2. Regular $5.00. Misses Gun Metal Lace Balmorals. Regular $4.50 Ladies' Black and Brown silk hose/' Regular value $1.25. Ladies' Eiffel Silk hose, all colors, 1 i)F Value $2.00 EXTRA SPECIAL! Ladies' Heather hose. Regular $1.75. ...........".. Boys' and Girls' Chester Lad Hose. Regular value 35c. Ladies' medium weight combinations. Regular value $1.00.. Misses Highland Sweaters. Regular value $1.50 Misses Ribbed Fleece lined "union suits. Value $1.50 Men's Vici Kid Educator Shbes $8 Values $5.95 3.7f. 72.50 9.0f\ 7.2b 166.i)0 7.37 6.00 LADD IN STATE Faigo, N. D., Oct., 10.—Senator E. F. Ladd arrived in Fargo fVom Wash ington last night to stump the state foil Nonpartisan league indorsed candidates in the coming election. Dance at Colisuem tonight. Our tailors are busyr making clo for men who appreciate hand needled garments combined with style and individuality. ,, Maintaining the high standard of our service, all garments are pressed by §f hand. tlies .= $ t'* I I rp $3.95 $4.45 $3.95 $1.98 $2.95 $3.39 $2.95 98c 1.25 98c 19c 49c 98c 98c 1 I IT'