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CLEAN-UP FOR CIYICDRIYE IS PLANNED Committee Decidqf to Push Membership Over the 500 Mark The "clean-up committee'' of the Commercial club has concluded to renew the solicitation in an effort to raisd the membership from 471 to over 500 by calling upon persons who were not reached in the big drive. The committee was impelled to take the action in part by an inci dent Wednesday. Two business men on a Russian relief drive called upon a business man who wanted to know why he had not been given an op portunity to join the Commercial club. He was given it, and paid a year's membership in advance. The "clcan-up committee" is com posed of S. W. Corwin, chairman, Hal Dobler, B. 0. Ward, B. M. Dunn, Fred Grady and Spencer Boise. FRENCHDENY RUHR SEIZURE IS IMPENDING Policy on Reparations Is Outlined by Ambassador Here Washington, Dec. 1.—A sweeping denial of .published reports from Paris that the French are contem plating entering the Ruhr valley has come directly from Premier Poin care, to the French embassy here. Ambassador Jusserand received a cablegram today from the French premier directing hin? to state that there was not /The slightest founda tion in fact for the report, that the French government was contemplat ing a forcible entry into the Ruhr. The French ministerial policy to ward Germany, as incorporated in the plan for occupation of the Ruhr industrial district and control of the Rhinelafid, appears to be based .on three primary idanls: First—The government must satis fy the French people now that the German obligations toward France are not to be allowed to drift inde finitely without government action. Second—The French government, bjr its patience and its repeated de lays will show Great Britain ant America and neutral countries that it has not acted hastily or imperial istically. Third—That if during the next six or eight weeks there should be no prospect of any workable plans of payments being adopted by Germany alone, or with the assistance of al lied or neutral countries, then France will be compelled to act. The cabinet examined the plan at its meeting yesterday, discussed it and* generally approved of it, but did not take a vote on it for the reason, it is explained, that there is not purpose or occasion to act on, the plan immediately. 6,000 ENROLLED IN RED CROSS (By the Associated Press) Fargo, N. D„ Dec. 1.—Approxi mately 6,000 members have been en rolled in the annual roll call of the Red Cross which closes tomorrow, according to reports tabulated late yesterday by E. P. Krick,/Assistant state director of the campaign. The t'gures included, 813 memberships for Fargo 1,500. for Grand Forks »aiiey c-i'iy Jamestown 89 and ten smaller towns about 1,600. Because bad roads have hajmpered the work in the country the cam paign in rural districts will not end until a. thorough canvass has been completed Mr. Krick said. VIGILANTES, OIL MEN IN HARDBATTLE Reports Say Several Are Kill ed in Oil FielfTFiglit Today Monroe, La., Dec. 1.—A number of men were wounded and several are reported dying following the. fight between masked men and oil field worker?Tiear Smackover, Ark.r last night according to a long dis tance telephone message recei.ved from Eldorado by authorities here this morning. Before leaving for the scene of the battle with a posse of deputies this morning, Sheriff Ed. Haper of Camden, over the telephone, declar. ed al wires were cut in the Smack over region and h'e was without en gagement between the 200 hooded vigilantes and oil field workers and gamblers. Persons reaching Eldorado, Ark., from the Texas Smackover creek de clared over telephones shortly after 9 o'clock this morning that there were no fatalities among the "vili gantes" but that a number of the oil fields men were wounded. The? reported the battle which was pre cipitated by the terring and feather ing of a mail. JUDGE MORRIS GIYMARD Life Is Threatened Because of Stiff Sentences' Minneapolis, Dec. ¥.—Page Mor tis, veteran federal judge whose long prison and jail terms for Vol stead law violators have, attracted wide attention and who was threat ened with death in anonymous let ters three weeks ago, is being guard, ed day and night to prevent an at tempt on his life, United States Marshal Ed Rustad saia today. "Every precaution is being taken," Marshal Rustad said, "To prevent disgruntled bootleggers or moon shiners from carrying out threats, made, against Judge Morris'life.",. An armed deputy marshal recent ly assigned to duty in Minneapolis and not known to prisoners who have appeared before Judge Morris accompanies the judge everywhere, the marshal said. So far no attempt has been made to carry out tKfe death threats, he said. Hotel officials have detailed house detective who guards the Morris suite throughout the night, until he is relieved in the morning by the deputy, Rustad said. When asked about the guard, Judge Morris, dismissed the matter with a characteristic wave of the hand and declined to make any com ment. ISSUE PROCLAMATION (By the Associated Press) 3St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 1*—In" con formity with the request of Presi dent Harding, Governor/ Preus today issued a proclamation setting aside "Footer, Jiruny, Compare Mayor and crispnessi Flakes 'QSFJI TQASTED CORH FLAKES foctcr/ 'o a know mottter saij thsre won't h_t any hrcahlast till im SO make cannon bring tha Kctloss'a f-»n riaheal" wow. you ever ATE! Takes the rough c%3S elf hopping out of tlio covers these snappy xnorniigi just thinking abort that lusty bowl cf Kellogg's torn Flakes waiting d6wn-Stairs! Instantly you like Kellogg's, not only bccause of ap pcalinj flavor, but because Kellogg's are not "leathery"! Kellogg's arc a delight to eat, as the little folks as will as the big ones will tell you! And Kellogg's ofcght to be best—they're the original Corn Flakes! You iiavb only to make comparison to realize that quickly! KELLOGG'S Corn Flakes for tomorrow morning's spread 1 They get the day started right! Insist upon KELLOGG'S Com Flakes in the RED and GREEN package—* the kind that are not leathery! OMfcN FLAKES Also Biiers cf KELLOGG'S EF.UMBLES ad LSlOCi'3 3R..3I, cooial :.ad LnuaiW Sacrifices Fun to Success Sunday, December 3, as a special day for mass meetings in the vari ous cities ^nd communities of the state as a climax to a campaign for raising funds for tlse in the emer gency in the Near East. "I urge and request the mayors of all our cities to appoint cqmmittces to make an.appeal for funds for this emergency and suggest that their efforts culminate in mass meetings on the afternoon or evenirjg of Sunday, Decembef 3," Governor Preui proclaimed. STILL EXPLOSION FATAL TO THREE Federal Officers Asked to Co operate with Dry Agencies ,(By the Associated Press) Washington, Dec. 1.—Attention of federal authorities throughout the country has been officially' called to the necessity of co-operating closely with prohibition enforcement agen cies with a view -to curbing the ex tensive violations of the statutes. Federal attorneys have been in structed to push all pending lijjuor cases and to suggest when proper the imposition of the heaviest pen alties on conviction. Their atten tion was specifically called to re ports that some cereal beverage man ufacturers werj^ marketing a product of illegal alcoholic content. WOMAN HELD FOR MURDER GOES ON STAND LaCrosse, Wis., Dec. 11.—Mrs. Mary Pitz, charged with murdering her husband, Frank Pitz, while 'he slept, on the witness ^tand in her own de fense, testified she was continually abused and her life often threat ened with shotgun, knofe or revol ver during the six years of their married life. On the night when she shot her husband while he,lay asleep in bed she testified, he had threat ened to kill h,cr in the morning. She did not realize what she was doing when she fired the fatal shot, she said, so great was the fear which obessed her. The case will go to the jury toda^. STOMACH BAD MEALS SOUR, INDIGESTION! InStantly! End Flatulence, Gas, Heartburn, Indigestion Chew a few! Stomach fine! So pleasant, so inexpensive, so quick to settlB an upset stomach. The moment "Pape's Diapepsin' reaches the stomach all pain, ar.'i distress from indigestion or a sour, gassy Stomach vanishes. Millions know its, magic. All drug gists recommend this harmless stomach corrective. BPL Pretty Dorothy* CannonT helrew of thetl50,00$,000 fc Cannon ot New York, has forsaken all the luxuries of the .Iffle richto nd opera. -The lure of the opera ilaio ^7^7 7r" Wforelra house to Shanghai, China. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE wm ««•*«. the town house on Park avenue, country home oo a CORN BELT (By the Associated Pr?ss) St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 1.—Plans are under way for a meeting of farmers organizations in the corn belt states at which a plan for creation a governmental commission: to of Philadelphia,, Dec. 1.—TKree men are dead as a result of explosion of the 100-gallon still in a stable here last night. One man was instantly killed and the other died in hospi tals today. Two of the six injured are reported in a serious condition. The blats rocked the neighborhood and broke windows in many of the nearby houses. Government agents investigating the explosion expect to make arrests today. DRIVE BEGUN fix prices on agricultural products will be discussed, WilHam Hirth of Columbian Mo., editor of a farm publication, declared here today. The' plan was endorsed at ajmeeting of the Missouri Farm Association here yesterday. Hirth suggested the fol lowing plan: "First—That congress appoint a commission which shfel! equitably corelate the price of wheat, pork, beef and cotton tq the current price of merchandise, freight rates, t'axes and the wage scales of organized labor. "Second—That congress then, rtisc thextariff on the above commodities to protect the prices cheated by such commission against imports on a low cr price level. "Third—That congress create a governmental machine which shall take oyer the surplus of each of th'* abovV commodities,, at whatever the worfl^price may bo—thus .providing powerful deterrent against over production and also protecting the government against loss." VOLUNTEERS^ ENTITLED TO COMPENSATION St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 1,—Volun teer /firemen who I may receive in juries while performing their duties are entitled to the same considera tion in the settlement of their com pensation claims as regular full time employes, the' state industrial commission ruled today, in the case of Armand J. Loken against th*1 city of Crookston and the Travelers' In surance Company. Loken, a member of the volunteer fire department, of Crookston, in which capacity he received $2 for cach call, wias injured last August, during a fire. The insurance com pany contested his claim for the' maximum compensation during his period of disability, alleging that that inasmuch as $2 a week was the airentge wage he received from .the city, he was entitled to only two thirds of that amount during his disability. The commission held that "the in jury which he sustained prevented him from earning his total, weekly wage," and that "compensation i» primarily and fundamentally intend ed to provide an indemnity measiir. ed by the wage loss which the jury causes." I 1 I in ACCUSED AN GETS NEW TRIAL Decorah, Iowa, Dec. 1.—A new trial waS granted to B. F. Knees kern, Castalia, Iowa, cattle buyer, by Judge H. E. Taylor in district cojurt here today. The ruling stfs aside. «the conviction of Kneeskern for the killing of Irene Van Brock- TWO CONVICTS STILL AT LARGE Marquette, Mich., Dec. 1.—With two convicts out of 15, who oscapcd from the Marquette branch of state's prison here Sunday afternoon, still at large, police authorities today Te r.ewed their search for the men. Prison authorities still are fum in *their belief that, the two men are in the immediate vicinity of Mar quette. I SEEKS BIDS. the Associated Press) N. D., Nov. 25). A. R. city auditor was instruct- (By Fargo Watkins, by the city commission at its meeting today to advertise for bids for the construction of a 35-ton in cinerator in Fargo. CONTRACTS FOR 150 MILES OF ROAD WORK LET Sti Paul, Minn,, Dec. 1.—Con tracts for about 150 miles of new graveling .and other improvements under a winter work program on Minnesota trunk highway's were awarded tentatively today by Charles M. Babcock, state highway commis- lin, here last April/Charles. Van^joner. Awards will te made-fin^l, Brocklin and his wi.fe, Irene, were slain with a shotgun in, their cabin near Frankville in Winnesheik coun ty last December 11. 'In his Tilling' Judge Taylor says that he is, "of the opinion that the defendant did not have a fair and impartial trial, arf granted to h*liiK under the law." 0 the commissioner said, on re-checks of the large number of bids opened yesterday at the highway depart ment. N«w' winter work prices arc Uearly 20 per cent below engineer.-, esti mates, and compare favorably with those of last year, according to John H. Mullen, assistant commissioner and chief highwa^~-ei)gineer. A. new record for wide competi POPULAR CONCERT AND OPERATIC Boris Godounow—In the Townof KazAn Tell Her I'Love Her So Go, Pretty Rose On the Road to Mandalay Fond Recollections Nocturne Salut D'Amour Mary, Dear While the Years Roll By Yankee Doodle Blues Childhood Days When You Long for a Pal Trail to Long Ago Hot Lips All for the Love of Mike DANCE RECORDS Toot, Toot, Tootsie! (Goo'Byc)- Do 5?—Fox Trot You Remind Me of My Mother THIS CHRISTMAS YOUR PHOTOGRAPH" Don Cesar de Baxan—Sevillana Nellie Melba (Fair Maidens 6f Seville) (Massenet) In Frenah MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL (Davufpopper) Violin Selo (Grieg) Piano Solo Secret of Suzknne-*-Overture (Wolf-Ferrari) (Love's Greeting) (Edward Elgar) Violin Solo Hungarian Fantftsie'— Part I Piano and Symphony Orchestra Hungarian Funtasie—Part II Arthur de Greef and Royal Albert Hall Orchestra Hungarian Fantasife—Part III Piano and Symphony Oxfhestra Hungarian Fantasie—PartlV MM Blowing Bubbles All Day Long—Fon Trot Paul Whiteman (From "Hettcr Times") (Troiii "The Gingham Girl") Carolina in the Morning—Fox Trot Cow Bells—Fox Trot Lovely Lucerne—Waltz (Yodel Chorus) Rdmany Love—Fox Trot SPECIAL ISSUES DURING NOVEMBER tion was made, one project bringing sixty» separate proposals/ Commis sioner Babcock said that the much lower prices and other conditions at this letting demonstrated further that with bond issues the'state high way program may be speeded up now both advantageously and economical ly- RATIFY CONSTITUTION. (By the Associated Press) London, Dec. 1.—^he Irish bills ratifying the free state constitutions and embodying other necessaiy leg islation under the anglo-Irish treaty were passed by the house of com mons tonight. J.D. ALLEN TAXIDERMIST 302 "tli Ave. X. W. Mahdan "WHERE THE WEST BEGINS." Established "When the West Be^an." —the only gi££ that only you can make and now is the time to Phone 264 for an appointment. Our GOLD TONE portraits are the very latest ?n fine portraiture. SLORBY STUDIO Successors to Holmboe Studio. iii,?iiWii"i MASTERS VOICE (Moussorgsky) Star of the North—Prayer and Qarcarollo Amelita Galli-Curci (L'Etoile du Nord—Priere et Barcarolle) in French Serenade (Ritnpianto) (Alfredo Silvestri-Enrico Toselli) In Italian (F. E. Weatberly-P. De Faye) (Bevcrly-Marzials) Feodor Chaliapin Beniamino Gigli Fox Trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago The Denson Orchestra Just As Long As You Have Me—Medley Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra Three O'clock in the Morning John McCormack Nellie Kelly, I Love You (From "Little Nellie Kelly") ancLHis (From "Little Nellie Kelly") TdmOrroW—Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra You Gave Me Your Heart—Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra I Wish I Could Shimmy Like My Sister Kate—Fox Trot The Virginians Gee! But I Hate to Go Home Alone—Fox Trotc The Virginians Homesick—Fox Trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra All Over Nothing at All—Fox Trot The Great White Way Orchestra Motor Talking Machine Company, Camden, N.J. American Quartet AUDITORIUM FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1,1922 V.-.. l- ?. Mischa Elman Toscanini and La Scala Orchestra Arthurde Greef and Royal Albert Hall Orchestra Magic Flute—Overture—Part I Victor Symphony Orchestra Magic Fiute-rOWtture—Part II Victor Symphony Orchestra Chimes of Liberty March The Goldman Band Sagamore March The Goldman Band CHRISTMAS RECORDS Creation—With Verdure Clad Lucy Isabelle Marsh Elijah—Hear Ye, Israel Lucy Isabelle Marsh Christians, AM'akc, Salute the Happy Morn With Woodwind Choir,\ Trinity Male Chpir Watchman, Tell Us of the Night Organ and Chimes Trinity Male Choir Santa Ctaus Tells of Mother Goose Land—Part I Gilbert Girard Santa Claus Tells of Mother Goose Land—Part II Gilbert Girard LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS Apt} .• J3&- •••, Number Size Price 87349 10 $1.25 i2 1.75 74784 !halu 66102 66100 87580 74783 88662 Orville Harrold Louise Homer-Louise Homer Stires (Rudyard Kipling-Olcy Speaks) Reinald Werrenrath 10 10 10 12 12 1.25 1.25 1.50 1.75 l.?5 66099 74785 66081 66101 Olga Sat.iaroff Efrem Zimbalist 10 12 1.25 1.75 1.25 £25 IS 55158 12 1.50 55159 12 1.50 18951 10 ,75 18952 16 .75 55178 12 1.50 18958 10 .75 18953 10 .75 Henry Burr' Edna Brov/n-Eliiott Shaw Billy Murray-Ed Smalle American Quartet 18955 10 .75 18959 i0 .75 A 18961 10 .75 Lev/is^ James Lewis James-Elliott Shaw Miss Patricola Miss Patricola 18967 10 .75 1 QQ: /1 of Chicago Orchestra Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra Zez Confrey and His Orchestra The Great White Way Orchestra Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra 10 .75 1S960 10 .75 18982 10 .75 L18966 10 .75 66109 10 1.25 18957 10 .75 Henry Burr 18964 ia .75 18965 10 .75 18963 10 .75 ONE NIGHT TUES. DEC. 5 »DOLP^eKLAllBER^ THE MOST Q^tlAmStPL^oPlhe W$m EUGENE O'NEILL'S JONES —t-with.<p></p>CHARLES $MP the amazina actor ^'•urizn zne amazing actor originally produced hti the Provinctown plavers COflltlC HERE AFTER AN ENTIRE SEASON AT THE PUINCE5S THEATRE MEW YORK AND LONG RUNS IN BOSTON CHICAGO and. PHILADELPHIA Prices, 50c, $1.00, §1.50, $2.00, $2.50, Plus Tax. Box Office Sale opens Sat. at Harris & Woodnruisee. Secure Seats Early For This-Attraction.