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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23,1922 SEVEN HELD OR SUSPICION,IN MINTROBBlRY Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 23.—Seven •who arrived in Santa Fe driving a large touring car were taken into custody here today for investigation. Officers at Las Vegas wired local official! to arrest them believing they might be the bandit fugitives v/ho held up and robbed United States Federal Reserve Bank em ployes of $200,000 at Denver last Monday. It appears, however, that suspi cions are based almost entirely oh the fact that one of th6m cashed a brand new $5 bill at a restaurant at Las Vegas last night. The men carried heavy suitcases 1 containing clothes and the usual personal ef fects, but nothing of an incrimina tory nature. All gave Denver resi dential addresses, and in some cases business addresses, which advices from Denver stated are being check ed up. Christian Science Society Corner 4th Street and Ave. C. Sunday service at 11 a. m. Subject: "Christ Jesus." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday "evening testimonial meeting at 8 o'clock.. A reading room is open in the church building every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, except legal holidays, from 2 to 4 p. m. All are welcome to attend these services ^and to visit the reading room. -.y First Presbyterian Church Harry C. Postlethwaite, D. D., Minister. Morning worship promptly at 10:30. Theme "The Sign of the Manger." Anthem "Sing O Heavens' "(Tours) Solo, "The Birthday of the King," by Mr. Humphreys Anthem "There Were Shepherds" (Vincent). Honor yourself by going to church on His day. The Church or Shop, on His day, which? Junior Sunday-school at all ofchtr departments at 12 m. It is import ant that ei'ery teacher should be on hand on time tomorrow." No Christian Endeavor becausa of the "White Gifts for thfe King" ser vice at 7:30 p. m.' We Wrge our cwn people to come very early that they may secure sittings. At the offer ing will be for beds in hospitals in the stricken areas of the East we urge all people to remcnibar that this is a serviceable service and where people can afford to give we expect dollars, instead of dimes on the plates. The children .vill do their part, 7 .. St. Georges Episcopal Church Midnight service, time honored in stitution of the church, will be cele brated at St.''Georges 'Episcopal church on Sunday night,^Christmas Eve), beginning at 11Y30 o'clock, the Rev. F. N. Davenport of Mandan, of ficiating. Holy Communion will be celebrat ed at this time, Cruickshank's sonor ous mass being rendered in its con nection by the choir, assisted by Mmes. Herman Scheffer and Morris. As qffertory the anthem "Good Tid ings" (Carrie B. Adams) will bfi~ sung. A cordial invitation is extended to all to atttend this service aincT to join in the worship around the Man ger Throne. First Baptist Church Corner Ave. and. 4th St. L. K. Johnson, Pastor. 10:30, morning worship and ser mon by the pastor, topic: "Th'e Angels' Gospel of Peace. A mixed quartette will sing, Holy Night. Mr. Gale will sinp»% social Christ jjnas selection. 12:00, Sunday school. Classes for i-all. 6:30, B-Y. P. U. both intermediate and senioh 7:30, Evening worship and sermon. The pastor Will speak on the "Great ness of Jesus." Special Christmas music will be directed by Mrs. Hughes. Everybody welcome. 8:00,- Wednesday inte§cessi6nal. The adult division of the devotional hour of the church. Miss L. H. Booker, a foreign mis siotaary now visiting in North Da kota, is scheduled to be with us next Sunday. Miss Bpoker has had sev eral prosperous years on the field and will speak of remarkable experi ences tl|ere. The Christmas program of the Sunday school will be given at the church this evening. Zion Lutheran Church Avenue A between Sixth and Se venth streets. Sunday 10:00 a. m./German Christ mas sermon. 11:00 a. m. English Christmas ser mon. VICTOR BARTLING, Pastor. Trinity English Lutheran Church Corner 7th St. and Ave. C. No services Sunday as the paster will be* at Driscoll. But the Sunday school will meet as usual. Christmas services Christmas Day in the morning at 11 o'clock. In the evening Christmas tree and appropri ate exercises by the Sunday School children 7:30. You are welcome. I. G. MONSON, Pastor. McCabe Methodist Episcopal Church Dr. S. F. Halfyard, Pastor. 10:30 a. m. Publifc worship. Anthem, "Glory Be to God Most High," by Heyser. Solo and chorus "And There Were Shepherds" by Donks. Sermon-theme: "A Visit to Beth lehem." 12m, Sunday school. 6:30 p. m. Epworth League: Christmas Choral service. 6:30 p. m. Junior^ League. Leader—Victoria Dunn. 7:30 p. m. Christmas program. Hymn 107—"Joy to the World." Prayer. Scripture Lesson. St. 'Mafthew's Gospel. Chapter 2. Chorus, "Angels From the Realms of Glory," by Carrie B. Adams. Sdlo, selected, by Mrs. J. A. Larson. Duet, selected, by C. H. Schmeirer and Wra. Noggle. Address: "Christmas Thoughts." Duet, selected, Mrs. J. A. Larson and Mrs. H. S. Harris. Chorus, "All Praise to Thee Eter nal God" by Carrie B. Adams. "Holy Night" by choir and con gregation. Benediction. Dance at Coliseifm tonight. "Glacier Park Five" Orches tra^ 10c Dance. jn-AMTOT. \j Theatre Jj Last Time Tonight ...—: 7 Harry C. Meyers —and— Gladys Walton —in— "THE TOP O'THE MORNING." Harold Lloyd in "THE BIG IDEA" Pathe Review. Christmas Dimner 1 Whipping Cream, Guaranteed to Whip, at our regular price, quart 45c Ice Cream Nesselrode Pudding a most delicious combination of cherries, pineapple, macaroons, almonds, walnuts, brazils and filberts, frozen into a palate tempt ing dainty. We wish you would try a Brick delivered to you at noon Christmas day, Br?ck.75c Phone your orders in early Sunday. Wishing You A Merry Chistmas. Bismarck Dairy Co. The 100% Dairy. Half Block West of Post Office. Phone 348' •v' y-.l-. FIRST AID CLASS IS PLANNED The U. S. Bureau of Jlines, Car. No. 10, will start a first aid class in the office t»f the state mine inspect-' or, R. 209 JHsmarck Bank, Tuesday 'night at 7:15 o'clock. An invitation is extended to all who are interested to attend, especially, are firemen, electric workers, gas company meii, boy scbuts, employes of the highway commission. The course of instruc tion covers a period of five eve ning, making a total of 12 or 15 hours. Allv who complete the wo'k satisfactorily will be giventa first aid certificate. Since the class work is absolutely free, all who are any way interested are urged to attend. TROUBLED WITH WEAK KIDNEYS "Have been troubled with weak kidneys since childhood," writes Mrs. G. Hyde, Benzonia, Michigan. past forty find have had ter rible backache and that tired out feeling, hardly able to do my work. By fising Foley Kidney Pills accom panied with Foley Cathartic Tablets I Soon felt like a new person." Back ache, rheumatic pains, dizziness »nd blurred vision are symptoms of kid ney trouble. Foley Kidney Pills give quick relief. 1 MERLE 2 PATRICIA LOU 3 BEATRICE MAE 4 LAURA JEAN 5 FRANCES MAY The person holding the ticket corresponding to name number (one) gets the doll, .providing the ticket is presented by 8 o'clock tonight. If the person holding ticket cor respoding to name number (one) does not present it within the allotted time, the person holding ticket corresponding witli the name number two) will 'be en titled to the doll. Should the holder of ticket cor responding to name number (two) fail to present it within twenty-four /houra^ the same ruling will apply/to holders of .tickets corresponding to names (three), (four) and (five) in the order named. Finney's Drug Store Come in and se lect ^hat Victrola you always have wanted. Why wait any longer, when a small amount will send it home? All sizes, styles and finishes—• Come in. Hoskins Meyer Bismarck, N. D. iiiiiwiiiiiniinBniaiiaaUHmji THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE RECORD RETAINS OFFICIAL PAPER r. ON A RECOUNT In the ^recount on official' paper initiated by the /Bismarck Tribune, the official vote was not altered.ma terially. Through spoiled ballots ser aside o.n both sides, the total as found by the court is as-follows: -Tribune .. .2,230 Record ...J ,.' 2,273 This gives' a lead of 43 votes over the. Tribune as against a lead of 52 for the Record in the election. The count disclosed a careful handling in aill precincts and a fair deal to all contestants. 'The contest was carried along in a most friendly manner on both sides and much was stipulated in order to facilitate a recount which was all the complainants "'desired. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—Three-room apartment on ground floor, outside Opening. Furnished or unfurnished. Mod ern house, 622 3rd St. Phone 132-W. 12-23-3t FOR SALE—Modern house of seven rooms and bath, gas and coal range DWGMFFITH Presents by anan^ment with Kate Clxixtoru With Cillian and "Dorothy Qirh* Love often bear* the hardest blows of Fate. Two orphan sisters, one blind, one a victim of a nobleman's lost, brought near by a voice, are thrust apart again by a thiefs greed and^a spy's law. The climactic moment in a story that runs the gamut of all human emotions. ma.? "Just one leetja Rose, Meester, just one leetla Rose!" That is the most-apathetic plea ever uttered from stage or reflected from screen Beban's plea for one solitary flower to place in the folded hands of 'his only little daughter as she lay dead, the victim 4 of an automobile accident. And instead of being given the rose he is threatened with. Never have you seen anything more human nor richer in sentimental appeal. HARRY GARSON •presents GEORGE BEBAN in 5. THE SIGN OF THE ROSE WRITTEN AND SUPERVISED BY GEORGE BEBAN With HELKNE SULLIVAN and Specially Selected. Cast INTERNATIONAL NEWS HAL ROACH COMEDY garage, tre£s. Excellent location. Immediate possession. J. H: Holi han, ::14, Eroad-A-ny. Phone 745. 12-23-3t GRANDCHILD HAD CROUPY COUGH "•My grandchild could get no re lief whatever from a very bad croupy cough," writes Peter Landis, Meyers dale, Pa., "until I gave him Foley's Hpney and Tar. It is a great help for chest and throat trouble." Coughs, colds, croup, throat, chest and bronchial irritations quickly re lieved ^ith Foley's"»H6ney ami Tar. 3021/ At The Auditorium Xmas Day, the 25th, at 2:30 and 8.30 p. m. Children Matinee at 5:00 p. m. Tickets on Sale at Harris & Woodmansee. Presented by the United Artists. GET YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW. MONDAY AND TUESDAY Matinee Monday and Tuesday 2:30 Contains no opiates—ingredignt3 printed on the wrapper. Stood the test of time serving three genera tions. CURRENCY IN CIRCULATION. Main St. The Home of the New Style Hamburger. With Many Thanks, Wishing You All a Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year. 'IHI* •""Bal'timprc, Md., Dec. 23.—Discovery' has been made here of one of the five dollar bills stolen by armed ban-' dits in the raid of the United States Federal Reserve bank truck at Den ver last Monday, police officials here declared today. The bill was passed rt a downtown restaurapt last night, it was declared. NB PLACE! NO ADVANCE IN PRICES If you are not a devotee of the screen, but visit the' theatre only when pictures of special significance are presented, come to one of our -presenta tions of "THE SIGN OF TIIE ROSE* .*£'• VALVE-IN-HMD v.'. o4rtistic Supremacy aigain 'Recognized. las been appointed, title officialpiaivi to be used by the artists ofthe ChicagD Grand Opera Cbmpany E. mro* .7 PAGE TEptEB HAYNARD Little Block •Phone 409 Thank What more can we say? The four Cylinder models are smart and sturdy wonderful cars for little money BISMARCK TIRE & AUTO CO. TONIGHT SATURDAY TOM MOORE AND MARY MILES MINTER IN "THE COWBOY AND THE LADY" BEN TURPIN COMEDY AESOP FABLE PATHE NEWS MONDAY and TUESDAY WESLEY BARRY In "HEROES OF THE STREET" BUSTER KEATON In "THE ELECTRIC HOUSE" MATINEE DAILY 2:30 v.. v?