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Overall Special. Only one pair of these to a customer. 220 weight denim, union made. AO Only, -pair */OC Men's Corduroy pants. Reg ular $4.50 value. /f Selling price .. V—• Men's Work Pants. One lot men's work, trousers. Sell ing out price $1.98 Men's dress pants. Men's all wool dress trousers. A very exceptional value. Selling out price. dfcyi AH Per pair Men's Suits at Vfc price. Men's all wool suits in serge and worsted materials. Regular valules $39.00. Selling out ^1 Cft price «PlO*0\l Boys' Suits. Boys' 2 pants suits, double wear. Selling out price $4.95 to $7.95 WRECKAGEIQ REPORTEDIN LAKE ERIE Believed to be Missing Tug Which Planes Have Been Searching Cleveland1, Ohio, Dec. 28.—There was an a'r of expectancy here today pending receipt of a report from a tug ordered sent from Erie, Pa., by the Great Lakes Towing Company to vievy wreckage seen in Lake Erie near that city yesterday. The dere 1 ct was believed to be that of the tug Cornell, which with seven mem bers of her crew, Has been missing a week. vj Two aviators from the a:r mail field here reported late yesterday that they had sighted what ap peared to be the hull of a boat a half m'lc from shore five miles east of Erie. Because a? the blackened' appearance of the craft, the airmen believe the derelict is that of a ves sel wh'ch weQjfe down as a result of an explosion or fire. The machines were flying at an altitude of 300 and 400 feet, because of fog, and the pilots declare they saw boilers and machinery above the water. The wreckage had not been s'ght ed by tugs or power boats which have been searching since AXcndiv for trace of the Cornell. The vessel disappeared mysterious'y #h!le en route from here to Buffalo to be delivered to a Syracuse firm which i-»d' tecent'y purchased her from the Great Lakes Towing Company. Despite the efforts of the aviators H.\E. Gilpin, pres dent of the Great Lakes company, said that every foot cf the Canadian shore between Port Colborne and Longpoint would also be, covered by searchers. It was be tween these two places that the tug Q. A. llmore picked up a life boat cf the Cornel Tuesday containing the frozen body of Michael Paytosh a--firman on the illfated craft. Federal investigation of the lost tug's condit'on previous to its de parture from here last Thursday was being made here qnd at Buffalo. SHOT ACCIDENTALLY Madison, Wis Dec. 28.—James Lynaugh, 14 year did son of Matt E. Lynaugh, a policeman, who shct and killed Carl Jandorff, Univers ity of Wisconsin student in 1920, was killed last night when a bul let from an accidentally discharged pistol held by his cousin, Urban Kr"**. r:"~"°d his heart. The Kelly boy and young Ly- I A I 8:00 P.M. At HIGH SCHOOL Army Duck Coats. Army duck coats, wool blanket lined, water and wind proof. Reg ular value $9.50. Selling out price only $5.75 Men's Army Mackinaws. These are the heavy 0. D. Mackinaw. Regular 1 value $11.00. Selling OR out price ...... Men's Sanitary Fleece union' suits. Regular $1.50 value. Selling out price .. Men's Wright Spring needle all wool union suits. Regular $4.50 value. Selling out AO price '\|Hen's Army drawers, all wool. Regular $1.50 value. Selling 'X 69c Boys' underwear. 1 ARMY AND NAVY STORE Here Is the first picture taken of member* of Invading a church during services give money and aDDroval of the work of the pastor. This unusual photo was taken at the Pacific Congregational Church In Chicag*f naugh had been inspecting two large automatic pistols at the Kel ly home when one of the weapons was accidentally discharged. James Lynaugh was a freshman at the University high school. His father was acquitted cf a charge of mur der growing out of the killing of the Jandroff boy. CONFESSES CRIME Austin, Minn., Dec. 28.—Clar Hamblen of Caylon, arrested ir. Stockton, Cal., last held in connec tion with the death of his wife by poisoning and also the burning of his home, confessed that he gave the poison to his wife while enroute to Fairmont, according to a state ment issued today by Sheriff W. S. Carver of Fairmont. The confes sion was made in the county jail here last night. According to Sheriff Carver, Hamblen admitted in the alleged confession that he placed poison in medicine which he gave to his wife while she lay sick in bed on Octo ber 9. She died four days later. A letter written by Hamblen from the home of his parents in Dudlev. in., to Mrs. Ten a Schneid er of Stockton, and hade public by Sheriff Carver reads: "My wife died recently under mysterious circumstances and I co'lerted the insurant money." Informing Mrs. Schnieder that *4"-* So* '. V8lue..Sefltog out- pri|e?' :cftlly Boys' fleece lined union puits. Sell ingout :V eq price- !Y -v,, Klan Goes to Church the 1 K"I^l^ fie- was coming to California, the letter cautioned her to "not let anyone know.I am comir^." Gun Battle Follows Attempt to Arrest Steubenville, Ohio, Dec. "28.— Joseph Jones, 500^ a mill worker and Deputy Sheriff Harry L. Jcnes of Brook county, West Virginia, lay wounded in hospitals' today, and Follansbee, a little town just across the Ohio river, from here was recovering from the terrors of a gun battle between Jones and officials last night, during which its houses were pelted by hundreds of bullets fired from a machine gun, pistols, rifles and riot'gunsv The shooting started wher. depu ty Sheriff Jones ami other officers went to Joseph Jones' home at Fol lansbee to arrest him on hi9 wife's complaint, that, while under the influence of liquor,-he h^d fcrced her at the point of a pistol to sign over her property to him. The de puty sheriff was wounded ,-n Every Bit of Our Immense Stock MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE Men's Hose. We are closing these out by the dozen lots. Men's Cotton' Sox, 25c vajue. Selling out price per dozen pair, OA only ... i«v Men's Heavy Rockfprd. Sox. Selling out price »i OA per do^en only.. 1 j'a. Silk Sox. Silk Sox. uiar 90c value. Selling price,,. AO pair, onlp $1.00 ftt 59c Children's Hose. Girl's and Boys' Hose. Regular 35c value. Selling out *1 A g% price, only pair 127 Men's Blue Chambray Work Shirts, only 2 to a customer.. Sizes -14VS to 17. Selling out AQr price "T*/V Boys' Rubbers. Boys' heavy rubbers. Regular $1.40 value. Selling. OQ out -price ...... OJ71 Wisconsin ^oman Dies, Hus band Is IjJot Expected To Live s—5T-"-: Marshfield, Wis., pec. 28.—Mrs. James R. Chapn\an is.dead and her husbaaid, Wood county chairman ^s,not expected to livens a result bf an explosion caused ^y the tat ter's opening a package 'conta:ming a bomb delivered to him by a rural mail carrier on Wednesday after-* noon. Mr. Chapman received the bomb in a package postmarked^arsh* field and on opening it in the pres ence of M«. Chapman suffered the loss of .his arm, which was blovirn .from his body., Mrs. Chapman w^s hit by. flying Qilsslea and a large hole in her side caused her death .a few, Jiours later. The room was demolished by the force of the ex plosion. ARMOSOL FORMS NEW CORPORATION Chicago, Dec. 28.-f-Formatior of Armour ahd Company of Delaware, rro«ted a charter yesterday, brought with, it A-decided shifting in the structure* of1 Armour ahd Company of Illinois, more than "anticipated in the proposed packing trade merger of Armour and Company and Morris and Cortipahy, it wa3 learfied today. In a statement J. Ogden Armour, president of both companies, iaid the new Armour concern was organ ized to acquire' from- Armour and Company of Illinois "certain of its properties and assets for the pur pose "of facilitating the administrat ion and financing of its .business." the first fighting, and' When Jos.eph Jones barricaded himself ir.- the house, reinfoi'cemen'fs with a ma chine gun and other weapons were brought on. More than a thousand shots were fired by the officials apd Fallonsbee citizens who also THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE We insist on cleaning our shelves and Counters by Saturday night. Our fixtures have been sold—all arrangements made to close forever. COME AND BUY MEN'S'and BOY'S WEAR, BOOTS and SHOES at less than^ price A FEW OF THE BARGAINS WE OFFER: Men's Volley Shoes. Men's Vofley shoes, heavy suctipn soles. Regular value $3.50. Celling AO out price ...... 1 270 .Boys' Athletic Shoes. Very in ad S el in A O out price Armour and Company of Delewaje, Mr. Armour said, will assume control of certain properties previously oper ated as branches of Armour and Company of Illinois. They .include both American .and Cuban business, the fertilizer works, the soap' busi- OC Men's'Rubbers. Men's heavy sole Bullseye Hood rubber. Regular $1.75 value. Selling out d*1 HA price, pair fP 1 Men's Dress Rubbers. Regur lar $1.50 value. Selling out £1 1 price A *7 Special Shoe Counter. 150 pairs- men's dress and work shoes. Mahogany, Black Vici and Calf. Guaranted all leath er shoes which retail as high as $7.50. Our selling out price 9 At only .. ..: Men's Shoes. One 16t of men's "All Round": mahogany calf leather dress shoes, With a|d without rubber lflels, a participated, and Jones,- wounded in the. legy finally ceased firing. His wife witnessed the battle from a neighbor's porch. IN MAILS IS V- ~.v very'comfortable fitting shoe. Be the first to get your selec tion. Our selling out Oft price «P0*«/O Boys' Shoes. Boys' dress: and school shoes, Mahogany and Pearl Gloved chocolate trimmed. Your choice of any pair QQ in this lot «PX««/0 Men's Over Shoes, Men's 4 Buckle afi rirttfier rflee^e' The heir to the 8panlsh throne, the Prince of Astrlas, is shown here (left, front rank) marching In the corporal's positiop lh 'the. Royal Regi ment. This photo was snapped as the regiment tl Royal Palace in Madrid after returning from battle maneuvers."" ness and other by-product plants and approximately $23,000,000 of invest ments. ./' With this completed, it was said, Armour and Company, of Illinois, will consumate the segregation of its industries in accordance with the government's packers act. MUST SUE ROAD "AT THE SOURCE" Duluth, nn., Dec. 28.—Prelimi nary to a second hearing on the case of H. W. Pratt against the Denver ''and Rio Grande Railroad for $5,298 damages to a shipment of sheep scheduled tor Saturday morning, Federal Judge Page Morris today handed'down-.an opinion in connec tion with h's orig'nal decision^-of Angust., 12 that railroads may lie sujd by shippers only at the'source and not through associate carriers. TERRIFIC GALE OVER ATLANTIC (By the. Associated Press.) Havre, Dec. .28.—A terrific gale which has been raging on the chan nel and-Atlantic seaboard for the last three days shows no signs of abating. A score of crafts are an chored in the Havre roads unable to sail. lined overshoes. i&lling out Men's 4 Buckle cloth top Arc tic overshoes. Selling out feO'OQ price ......... Men's Hip Boots. One l^t of men's rubber Hip boots. Reg ular $4.50 value. Selling •out., /, Afl price *0 Army Hob Nail Shoes. One lot. A .very good shoe for heavy work. Selling ouV price $2.95 Spanish Prince a Corporal PICTURE WILL BE SHOWN AT REDUCED PRICES The United Artists, presenting the picture, "Orphans of the Storm," at the auditorium, announced today that owing to numerous requests of per sons who believe the picture is of educational value and therefore ought to be seen: by as many persons as possible, the picture will be shown tonight at popular prices. Ad mission will be 55 cents and 40 cents on the lower floor and 30 cents in the balcony. The showing will begin at 7:30 p. m., with full orchestra plkying. The first two reels will be reshown later for any pefsops entering the theater later. Stomach Full of Gas Destroys Appetite ..... If stomach is filled $ith gas from undigested food,, the whole system is poisoned-, causing tired, nervous feeling and no appetite. Simple buck thorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlerika, expelY gas and poisons almost INTANTL'Y gives you better appetite.^ Adlerika removes surprising matter from BOTH upper and lower bowel' which poisoned aitomach. EXCELLENT to guard against appendicitis. Jos. Breslow, druggist. The beaches at Deauville and Trouville have been damaged and the' bath houses wrecked by the high tide and pounding sea.<p></p>BALL Men's Soft and Stiff Collars. All latest styles. Selling out price, only each Men's Dress Shirts. One lot| of these fine dress shirts, Madras material. QQ Selling out price.... WANTED: SIX SALESMEN FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 410 Broadway, Grand Pacific Block 14c 0«7 Cuff RQ. leggins U«7C Wrap leggins ... Leather puttees'.! Army Holsters Transport mitts, 3 fingers Army cap Foot powder, per can Flags, 44x65 .. Army overalls ..•.... Shoe polish. Regular O. 15c value, per can.... 75c $2.98 98c 49c 49c 8c ..95c 90c Husband Slew Major Nearly four years ago her hus band. Colonel Norman Ruterford, an officer in the Royal Army Medi cal Corps, shot and killed Major SeC tan, a cousin of Mrs. Rutherford. He was found guilty, bi^t insane. Britain's law doss not allow a wife to divorce a man because he is a lunatic or a convict, as in most states in America. So she sued for divorce on grounds of cruelty and misconduct with'his cousin and the lower court granted the divorce. Case Ib Appealed But the woman involved carried the case to the court of appeal and was declared innocent and the di vorce was rescinded. Mrs Ruther ford, took the case to the House of Lords, to the Law Lords, and they found the other woman innocent and refused the divorce, although ex pressing sympathy for the wife. Mrs. Rutheirford has been called the most tragic woman in Britain. But there are others, also tied for life to murderers and lunatics. The irony of it in Mrs. Ruther ford's case is that in the past, among those who opposed reforms in the divorce laws, which might have helped her now, were members of her own rich and influential family. TRUMPETER FOR CUSTER IS DEAD John Martin, 69, who claimed to have been a survivor of the Indian fights at the time of the'Custer mas sacre at the Little Big Horn, died in Brooklyn, N. Y., dispatches say. He was said to have been a trumpeter and dispatch bearer for General Cus ter. Since all members of the Custer command were killed, it is thought that Martin may have been with Reno or some other command. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1922 OC For Sale Cheap My new Dodge Roadster equipped with Rex Win ter Top, and latest ac cessories. Bumper rear and front. Extra Cord Tire,. Spotlight, Moto meter, Heater, Rearstop Signal, Extra large steering wheel, 2 sets chains. This car has had the best of care and is in A-l condition. -M Army Wopl jO. D. Breeches. Regular $4.95 .values. Sell ing out AQ price Army Wool O. D. Pants. Reg ular $4.00 value. Selling price Army (X D. Wool Blouses. Selling out QQ price 1 t/O Mess Kits. New $2.48 19c 9c 14c 19c Cups Webb belts Shell belts Men's Garters. Regular 40c value. Selling out. price ... Army Goods 'Specials. Men's Khaki Army Breeches, reno vated. Regular $1.25 value. Your choice of any pair in this lot, v. only pair.......... vr I* EASY DIVORCE IS SOUGHT BY BRITISH BY MILTON BROWNER NEA SerV.ce Staff Correspondent. London* Dec. IP.—Divorce reform is the object of agitation in Great Britain as well as in America. America would make divorce more (Yfficult by means of Senator Jones' proposed 20th amendment. Britain would make divorce easier. For only one reason, however—insanity. The long and futile fight of Mrs. Alice Rutherford to obtain release from a husband convicted of murder and confined in an asylum for the criminal insane, has given impetus to the movement. ular 40c 18c MRS. ALICE RUTHERFORD JUDGE NUESSLE BUSY CLEANING UP AFFAIRS Judge W. L. Nuessle is busy in chambers this week endeavoring to clear away all business before he gives up the office to become justiceV of the supreme i'•ourt next week.*' Many requests have come from at torneys from various cities. in the district for decision upon new mat ters within the present week, which has added to the press of business. Judge Nuessle expects to be able to leave a clear desk by the end of the week. New Year Fldwer Special./ Potted Narcissus $1.00 each. Cyclamen $1.00 each. Oscar H. Will & Co. 319 3rd St. Phone 784-W. We deliver. I U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night af Grand Pacific Hotel. more MONEY If Von Ship Ds Tour HIDES- FURS RSl Write Ui FIRST Far PBMH Ipeciil Information 'n» 1 MKSIMUCS mi I WMEOUTE CKB muiis, Wtke lor prkt list, tap and fall Information D.BERGMANS ALUMNI vs. HIGH SCHOOL Admission 25c ft). S:\Paul -Yinn.