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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16,1923
TWO BISMARCK
STUDENTS WIN
DEBATE HONORS
Are Awarded Handsome Gold
Disks at Jamestown Col
lege by President
Jamestown, N. D., Feb. 16. —At the
chapel assembly of Jamestown Col
lege, Tuesday morning, President
Kroeze presented ten gold medals to
* students who had won positions on
tho college debating teams last year.
This recognition of debate is a new
departure .on the part of the college
and was made retroactive to include
last year’s debaters. It is announced
as a permanent policy. The medals
arc handsome gold disks of the size
of - a ten dollar coin with the college
seal on one side and a statement of
the debate in which the honor wai
•won on the other.
The following are the names of the
recipients: For the Concordia-
J&mestown debate, Brice Worley,
Pcttibone; Alvin Sturtz, Jamestown;
Donald Barr, Devils Lake; Louise
Huber, Bismarck; Nina Machines.
Naches, Wash.; Edna Zuber, Fessen
den. For the lluron-Jamcstown de-
bate, Oscar Kolberg, now teaching
at Tower City; George Register, Bis
* niarck; William Sharp, now located
•in Louisvilie, Ky.
President Kroeze has just returned
from his eastern trip, bringing news
of gifts amounting to more than
$20,000 and also his perennial optim
ism.
The young ladies’ Glee Club was
booked to sing at Steele Tuesday
evening but the delay of trains by
the storm made it doubtful whether
, or not they would reach the appoint
ment. Taxicabs were unable to
reach the college and had to deliver
and receive passengers a half block
away.
Clarence Johnson, president of the
Young Men’s. Christian Association,
and Kenneth Wells, another promi
nent association worker, went to
Valley City Tuesday by invitation, to
assist the Young en’s Christian As
sociation of the State Teacher’s coi
• lege in its annual financial drive.
, The breeze of Tuesday morning
blew down the wireless antennae,
startling one class by a crash through
a window and disabling the sending
apparatus for the present.
HIGHWAY BILL
STANDS FIRST
TEST IN HOUSE
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federal taxes.
Rep. Twichell, Cass county, de
clared that “the theory of this bill
is that we are going to declare a
closed season on the highway com
mission. We haven’t got what we be
lieved we would get.”
He declared the highway commis
sion had 90 men on the pay-roll a
, few days ago und when it heard of
activities in the legislature, 15 men
* were dropped.
He said he didn’t believe the bill
would destroy the state’s connection
with the federal government.
“The trouble is,” he asserted,
“that the highway commission has
never acted in good faith with the
people of the state.”
Itep. Ragen, Ramsey county, de
clared that “I don’t believe any man
, here is willing to turn the state back
10 years in road building, and I
can understand why CasX county
wants the auto fees back, because
they pay in more than they get out.”
He said that a system of good
rbads was important in fostering
immigration.
Rep. Vogel, McLean county, sup
porting the bill, said that “the pur-
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re daily running Buch risk just be
ause their ruptures do not hurt nor
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Name /
Address
State
So s Easy to Drop Cigarette,
Cigar, or Chewing Habit
No-To-Bac has helped thousands la
break the costly, nerve-shattered to
uacco habit. Whenever you have t
longing for a smoke or chew, just
place a harmless No-To-Bac tablet in
your mouth Instead. All desire stopa
Shortly the habit is completely bro
ken, and you are better off mentally,
physically, financially. It’s so easy,
so simple. Get a box of No-To-Bac
and if it doesn’t release you from
all craving for tobacco in any form,
your druggist will refund your
money without question. Adv.
pose T»f this bill is to declare a
moratorium on read
building in the next two years.” He
declared in would not kill the high
way commissibn.
He asserted in McLean county
roads were built locally for what it
cost to chart and blue-print roads
under the federal aid plan.
Benefit to All
Rep. Harrington, Burleigh county,
declared that if the western part of
the state shall .gain better roads and
develop it is to the benefit of the
eastern part of the state.
Replying to reference to the auto
fees, Rep. Twichell hit at Burleigh
county, particularly with reference
to money put in fne Missouri river
bridge, and declared that under the
constitutional amendment pending in
the senate it was proposed that more
money would come back.
Rep. Maddock, Mountraill county,
declared that “ever since 1915 we’ve
had‘a fight with Cass county over
highways legislation. The tail has
been wagging the dog and I think
its’ about time it stops.”
Representatives of Morton, Mer
cer, Oliver and Dunn, were for tne
bill.
Rep. Watt, Cass county, asserted
the state roads were through roads,
and not local roads to benefit the
farmer.
He also criticized the policy of
federal aid as a wllole.
Rep. Anderson, Burleigh county
went into the aJlcged excessive cost
of road building, and declared North
Dakota was second lowest in the
state. .
“It is because that it cost so
much more to build roads in South
Dakota than in North Dakota that
the South Dakota legislature has
asked their highway commission for
a statement,” he said.
Rep. Iverson, Griggs county, said
that “Our people are proud of their
federal aid roads.”
Norfolk, W. Va., Feb. 16.—Efforts
of eoast guard headquarters to get
into touch with the Italian steam
ship, Monccnisio, reported sinking
500 .miles off the Virginia coast yes
terday had ben without results to
day.
The steamship Carplake, bound
from New Orleans /or Havre, picked
up the distress call of the Moncenisic
and went to her assistance, but at
tempts to. communicate were of no
avail.
Turtle Lake, N. D., Feb. 16.—Wil
liam Lierboe, 44, president of the
First National bank of Turtle Lake,
died onday at a Minneapolis hospi
tal after a weeks illness which phy
sicians pronounced due to a new
disease caused by a germ increase in
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QUIT TOBACCO
FAIL TO GET
WORD FROM
STRANDED SHIP
PLAN STATE
SPDD EXCHANGE
Plans to Assist Potato Grow
ers Being Worked Out
Fargo, N. D., Feb. 16. —Plarjs for
assisting the North Dakota Potato
Growers Exchange to establish itself
on a firm foundation for the coming
year have been definitely formulated
this week by the department of mar
keting and rural finance, North Da
kota Agricultural college, according
to Dr. A. H. Benton, hpad of the
department, and conferences have
been planned with some 40 local co
operative shipping associations for
the next few weeks. *
Contracts for the members of the
local organizations which call for
agreements to ship their tubers
through their associations which in
turn are authorized to deal with
the state exchange, will be present
ed to the shipping associations at
once. Meetings planned in Richland
county, according to Dr. Benton,
where George P. Wolf, former as
sistant county agent leader, is as
sisting the department in organizing
the local* associations for state-wide
work. A. meeting is being held in
Fargo for Cass county officials Feb
ruary 16, and during the week of
February 26, the Minot area, includ
ing Burlington, Berthold, Minot, Wil
liston, and Granville will be canvass
ed.
REPEAL HOME
BUILDING BOND
LAW IN SENATE
(Continued from Page 1)
at the state agricultural college, and
puts in the hands of the sheriffs of
the various counties of the state.
The other measure introduced by
the committee on mines and minerals
takes the place of the bill for the
repeal of the state mine inspection
law which was introduced early in
the session. The terms of the new
bill have, been agreed ti> by repre
sentatives of both the miners, and
mine operators of the state. .
TURTLE LAKE BANK HEAD
c VICTIM OF NEW DISEASE
The beast
unleashed /
Cunning
was of no
neip nuw iv
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lAwvntBBuiBiN
SSSSSSSSSESv * Irma'S
Scenario by Bernard McConville I
Charles Felton Pidgin’s novel |
“Quincy Adams Sawyer” is the
special attraction at the Capitol
Theatre next Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. It is reputed to be one
of the best photoplays of the sea
son.
the blood. lie had been located hen
since the town was established it
1905. He was active in the city’s
civic affairs
The widow, three daughters and
one\son survive.
The funeral will ee held here when
the rst train gets through to this
point.
LITHUANIANS
RESIST RULE
Warsaw, Feb 16. —Clashes between
Polish and Lithuanian irregulars
have occurred at several places din
ing the occupation of neutral zone
alloted to Poland by the couneil of
ambassadors.
Twelve Polish soldiers were wound
ed o nthe field before they stopped.
No losses of life were reported. The
greater part of the southern arn
and an important section of the cen
tral zone given to Poland is now un
der Polish administration. The Lith
uanians are still resisting the occu
pation of the remainder of the area.
GRANTS SOVEREIGNTY
Paris, Feb. 16.—Sovereignty over
the district of the Baltic are detach
ed from Germany and since the war
under inter-allied jurisdiction was
granted' Lithuania by the Allied
leaglie of nations today.
I THE WEATHER |
For twenty-four hours ending at
noon today: -
Temperature at 7 a. m —0
Highest yesterday ..* 0
Lowest last night —8
Precipitation 0
Highest wind velocity 16
WEATHER FORECAST
For North Dakota: Fair tonight,
colder south portion. Saturday pro
bably fair; not much chnage in tem
perature.
For Bismarck and vicinity: Fair
and colder tonight. Saturday proba
bly fair; not much change in tem
perature.
Weather Conditions
The pressure has not changed rna-
CORNS
Lift
Off
with Fingers
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Doesn’t hurt a bit! Drop a little
“Freezone” on an aching corn, in
stantly that corn stops hurting, then
-shortly you lift right off with fin
gers.' Truly!
Your druggist sells a tiny bottle of
“Freezone” for a few oents, sufficient
to remove every hard corn, soft corn,
or corn between the toes, and the
calluses, without soreness or irrita.
tion.
Order Beulah I)ry
Mine Coal. Best in
the state. Per ton
delivered $5.25.
New Salem Lignite
Coal Co.
Charles Rigler, Mgr.
Phone 738
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
Got the Real Thing
“For five long ye<.rs I suffered with
stomach trouble and what the doctors
called gall stone colic, and all said
noting but an operation would dc
me any good. A friend , wfho had
taken your medicine advised me to
try it, and I found it to be the real
thing. 1 feel better than I have in
eight years and I nm praising God
for Mayr’s Wonderful Remedy?’ It is
a simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucus from
the intestinal tract and allays the in
flammation which causes practically
all stomach, liver and intestinal ail
ments, including appendicitis. One
close will convince or money refund
ed. For sale at all druggists. Adv.
terially since yesterday nioVning and
the High is still centered over the
northern Plains States and northern
Rocky Mountain regioix The tem
perature has risen siightly over the
West but it is still considerably be
low \the seasonal normal in most
places. Light precipitation occurred
in the Pacific Coast states and in
the eastern Great Lakes region but
elsewhere the weather is generally
fair.
ORRIS W. ROBERTS.
Meteorologist
MARKET NEWS
SELLING IC
RESPONSIBLE
FOR INCREASE
Chicago, 111., Feb. 16.—Renewal oi
yesterday’s heavy selling led to up
turns in prices in the early dealings
today. The fact that rural offerings
in grain were light tended to re
store the Confidence of the bulls ami
so likewise the response of the Liv
erpool market to the action of the
American. As a result of the esti-
I are usually due to strain- ■
H ing when constipated. I
II Nujol being a lubricant I
keeps
therefore prevents strain
ing. Doctors prescribe Nujol
because it not only soothes
the suffering of piles but
relieves'the irritation,bringr.
comfort and helps to re
move them.
Nujol is a lubricant —not a
medicine or laxative so
cannot gripe. Try it today.
, COME TO
BOY SCOUTS
SUPPER
at the
t > *
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
5:30 Saturday, Feb. 17.
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50c Per Plate ?
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1 i
ralltlhgad' TONIGHT
m H Hi] | Saturday
m i Matinee Saturday at 2:30
WILL ROGERS
In his newest photo-play
“Fruits of Faith”
V
also
EUGENE O’BRIEN
in—~
“CHANNING OF THE NORTHWEST’
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday
“QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER”
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mates of a reduction in Argentine
exportation of wheat, the opening
varied fi >m unchanged to one-half
cent higher.
SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK
South St. Paul, Feb. 16. —Caitle
receipts 700. Market for killing
classes strong. Common and medium
beef steers $6.00 to $8.76. Fat she
stocks $4.00 to $7.50. Bulk under
$6.50. Canners and cutters $3.50 to
$4.50. Bologna bulls mostly $4.00 to
$4.50. Stockers and feeders nominal
ly. Calves receipts 500. Market most
ly 25 cents higher. Best lights large
ly SIO.OO to $10.25.
Hog receipts 6,000. Market strong.
Range $6.50 to $8.25. Pigs mostly
SB.OO.
Sheep receipts 100. Market steady.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
Chicago, Feb. 16. —Hog receipts
26,000; open steady to 10 cents high
er. Latei; weak to 15c lower than
Thursday. Top $8.75.
Cattler eceipts 6,000. Slow. Beef
steers weak to 25c lower. Better
matured steers showing most
decline. Killing quality fair to good.
Sheep receipts 14,000. Opening
fairly active. Killing classes uneven
ly steady^
MILL CITY WHEAT
Minneapolis, Feb. 16.—-Wheat re
ceipts 107 cars compared with 208
cars a year ago. Cash No. 1 north
ern $1.201s to $1.2914; May $1.21%;
July $1.2014; No. 1 dark northern
$1.24 to $1.30%; No. 2 dark north
ern $1.20 to $1.30%.
Corn No. 3 yellow 6614 c to 67c;
oats No. 3 white 39%c to 41V4c;
barley 52c to 62c; rye 80%c to 91
14c; flax No. 1 $3.04 to $3.05.
FLOUR UNCHANGED
Minneapolis, Feb. 16.—Flour un
changed to 20 cents lower. Carload
lots family patents quoted at $6.70
to $6.75 a barrel. Shipments 52,539
barrels. Bran $27 to S2B.
BISMARCK GRAIN
(Furnished by Russell-Miller Co.)
Bismarck, Feb. 1(>, 1923
No. 1 dark northern
No. 1 northern spring
No. 1 amber durum
No. 1 mixed durum
No. 1 red durum
No. 1 flax
N. 2 flax
No. 1 rye
BEACH HIGH
VS. DEMONS
The Beach high school basket
ball team will play the Demons
tomorrow evening at the high
school gymnasium. Although the
local team won from the Beach
team several weeks ago the
promises to he one of great in
terest.
As a preliminary to the Beach
game the Mandan and Bismarck
high school girls’ team will appear
at 7::U> o’clock. This is the first
time that the local girls have play
ed before the public. They won
from the Indian school by a score
of 44 to 8. The team is reported to
be composed of good material.
The Eastern Star will hold n
food sale at Sorenson's Hard
ware store, Sat. Feb. 17th.
HAIR STAYS
COMBED, GLOSSY
“Hair-Groom” Keeps Hair
Combed—Well-Groomed
HAIR
GROOM
TRAM HARR MIG
Keeps Hair
Combed
Millions Use It Fine for Hairl
—Not Sticky, Greasy or Smelly
A few cents buys jnr of “Hal'
Groom” jat any drugstore, which
makes even stubborn, unruly or
shampooed hair stay combed all day
in any style you like. “Hair-Groom*
is a dignified combing cream which
gives that natural gloss and well
groomed effect to your hair that
fianl touch to good dress both in
business and on social occasions.
Greaseless, stainless “Hair-Groom’
does not show on the hair because it
is absorbed by the scalp, therefore
your hair remains so soft and pliable
and so natural that no one can pos
sibly tell you used it.
$1.15
1.10
.86
.80
.76
SvDO
2.64
.63
Overheated Stove
Causes Fire in
Second Hand Store
The Garrison Second Hand Store
or. 108 Main Street, a one story
frame building was practically des
troyed about 1:15 o’clock this aff
ernoon when it caught fire as a re
sult of an overheated stove.
The building, located next to the
Salvation Army rooms is owned by
A 1 Rosen. Mrs. A. M. Garrison own
ed the contents of the store which
was being run by James Garrison
who was almost overcome by smoke
before he was rescued by citizens
“CASCARETS” TOCLEAH BOWELS
When Sick, Bilious, Headachy, Constipated, for
Sour Stomach, Gases, Bad Breath, Colds
Clean your bowels —then feel fine!
When you feel sick, dizzy, upset,
bilious, when your bead is dull or
aching, or your stomach is sour * or
gassy, just take one or two Cascarets.
As soon as the bowels begin acting
A m • TONIGHT MATINEE
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ITS MARSHALL NEILAN’S BEST
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who came to his rescue when they
observed the smoke.
The structure was badly burned
and most of the contents of the store
were burned or so water soaked as
to practically destroy their value, it
was reported. The furnishings are
partially covered by insurance.
The prompt response of the fire
department saved adjoining build
ings from catching fire.
$50,000 FIRE
AT MOHALL
Mohall, N. I)., Feb. 10.—Swept be
yond control by strong winds fire
here destroyed sewn buildings, most
ly of frame cpn struct ion, causing
damages betwen S4O 000 and $.10,000.
Most loss is covered by insurance, it
was reported.
FOR RENT Unfurnished apart
ments at Rose Apartments. See
janitor.
2-16-lw
WANTED Steady, reliable, Bis
marck man with part time position
to take over distribution of Fleisch
mann's Yeast in Bismarck and
Mandan. Work requires about foui
hours daily. Straight salary. No
capital required and no personal
expense entailed. Call R. E. Sehuy-
o*
and bowel poison and bowel gases
arc cleared away, you will feel like
a new person.
Cascarets never sicken or cramp
you. Also splendid for constipated
children. 10 cents a box, also 25 and
50 cent sizes. Any drugstore.
April Ist is
Easter
Now is the time to pick out your
Easter suit either from our complete
line of Hart Schaffner & Marx suits,
or select your pattern and our tailors
will give you service you will appre-
ciate.
TOO LATB TO CLASSIFY
PAGE THREE
Clothing.
ler at Hotel McKenzie for appoint-
R. S. ENGE, D. C. Ph. C.
Chiropractor
Consultation Free
Suite 9, 11 Lucas Block
Phone 260
TYPEWRITERS
i
Ask Your Grocer
for
“NEVER FAILS”
FLOUR
Milled by the Rich
ardton Milling Co.
Bismarck Branch
Phone 1041
PHONE I—loo
For Prompt Efficient -
TAXI SERVICE
Will Take You Anywhere
Any Time.
BRYAN & SNYDER
BRING YOUR HIDES
Furs and Junk
to the place tyhere you get the
biggest Cash Price
South Side Grocery
llth be Sweet St. South.
Across from Standard Oil
Warehouse.
SAM SLOVEN, Proprietor
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1111,
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