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CHECK FIRE THREATENING MEAT PLANT Omaha. Neb., Feb. 1 f». Another ihange of wind from the south to a northerly direction this morning < nosed another flareup in the lire a: Armour & Company plant, and at .1 o’clock this morning apprehension was felt that the flames might got beyond control. An hour later tvfien the additional (ire apparatus was put into opera tion the fire chief Jerry Sullivan, : i d that hi- felt confident that he could confine the fire to the build irups still burning. The Associated I*.« ■ s correspondent who viewed the fire scene this morning at H o’clock .a d that it was an impressive spec tacle. Of the nine story buildings, No . IT, IS and lit, nothing remained except the dark frowning walls from wjiich him;' long icicle I the ha cment of what hail been the buildings the flames still seethed. Hr .1 1 i 11 g 1- tin 1 thieat to spread to other pa its of the' plant beyond the fire wall protecting the neiphboring re finery. The (lifting of the wind to the north caused the firemen to transfer proteetion to the Morris plant. It wa feared that from several of tn • tottering walls which stands nearin the finmes might get a foothold in the* Mo: ris building. SEEK COOPERATION IN DETECTING POSTAL VIOLATORS Wa hingfon. Fib. If}.— Closer co operation between Canada and tile United States for running down vio lators of the postal laws is being worked out here in conference lie tween United States and Canadian officials in connection with the postal treaty of 1021. Running down of frauds is expect ed to spill the boftm of international ■ chenicrs who have hecn able to operate from both side- of the hor- dor heretofori There are so many ways le serve Kellogg’s Bran—the one great aid to humanity! You trill enjoy eating Kellogg's If ran because its nut-like flavor appeals to Ihe taste. And, think what each mouthful is doing to drive constipa tion out of your system and to re establish health! That's because it is ALL BRAN. Kellogg’s Bran is scien tifically made to relieve suffering humanity—lT WILL DO THAT AS NO OTHEIDFOOD CAN 1 Physicians recommend the regular use of Kellogg’s Brnu for mild or chronic eases and us a preventive. Bran, eaten each day and in proper quantity, sweeps, cleanses and purities thy alimentary tract.^ Get away from pills and cathartics— Kellogg’s Bran will give you perma nent relief from constipation. Do not confuse Kellogg’s Bran with common bran. Kellogg’s is cooked. Hot Cross Buns WE HAVE THEM The rich spicy dough, the raisin filler and icing make a fine tasteful trio. ORDER THEM EARLY. CAKES, “HOME MADE STYLE.” Try this once and be convinced. When your church, lodge or neighbor says to you,—bring a home — let us make it and then watch the platter as it is passed and see which cuts are selected first. We’ll Bet on Ours The Barker Baking and Candy Co. Bismarck, N. D. Who Is Your Milkman ? TAKE BOTTLE TO Nothing like a drink oi delicious milk during re and body. Our milk is I 7 superior in pure, nourish j ing qualities that it should H be the choice every wise mother who has the // health of her children in h W view. We deliver at your Y i W door every day. Our J ’J\S prices are as low as the / cost °* Inferior grades of Modern Dairy Co. Phone 880 206—5th St. If SEEKS $25,000 HEART BALM FROM LAWYER St l’uul, bib. 10. Mi.ss Grace H Waldo bus filed suit against Arthui K. .Shanahan, a St. Paul attorney usking $25,000 heart halm and claim ing that Shanahan marr ed anoLhci giil after he had promised to wed her. DIRECTS FIGHT FROM CAVE IN IRELAND London. Feb. 16.- Hitter fighting is in progress in the Arigna mountains of Tavan, where Gen. Bofm. the ir regular leader and Ills bridge are mending their honeymoon in a cave from which the bridegroom direct rebel forces, says reports from Mel fast. Free Staters are closing in on Bofin and his followers. The irregulars are known to have li -t two men killed and 17 wounded, while 16 of Monfins men attempting to fight their way through were cap tun I and taken to ligo. BAD GOLD GONE 1 IN FEW HOURS, “Pape’s Cold Compound*' Acts Quick, Costs Little, and Never Sickens! In a few hour* your cold is gone, head and nose clear, no feverishness, j headache, or ituffed-up feeling. I Druggists here guarantee these pleas-: ant tablets to break up a cold or j the grippe quicker then nasty quin- - ine. They never make you sick or an- J comfortable. Buy a box of “Pape’s Cold Compound” for a few cents and,, get rid of your cold right now.—Adv. krumbled and ready to serve, it can he used in the most delightful baking products without in any way reducing its regulatory value. Try raisin bread or muflins or griddle-cukos made with Kellogg ’s Bran. Recipes are printed on each package. Kellogg's Bran is nationally oaten for health’s sake as a cereal —in winter time with hot milk. Others prefer it sprinkled over hot or cold cereals. Another way is to mix it with hot cereals just, before serving. It can also be cooked with cereal. In each ease add two tablespoonfuls of Kellogg's Bran for each person; in chronic eases as much with each meal. Kellogg’s Bran is sold by all grocers and is supplied in individual packages at tirst-fclass hotels and clubs. Ask for it at your restaurant! MM',- American Legion planned an injunction to prevent* rp pi- , f i• j Charles C. Fitzmorris, chief of police, I U I Iglll LilQ from enforcing his order clamping on OrHpr nn Rnvincr the boxin K lid here - Several boxing Mil contests between nationally know pugilisits have been announced o’- are being negotiated for, nil net pro ceeds for the benefit of the soldier. < h.c'iro, Ft'l>. M 5. OlHciul of vari ous Chicago American Legion post r Tempting! Delicious! Nourishing! Carefully selected! KING’S 'l The thoK*\ Fruits & Vegetables ..*/ J a Million Finest table quality products Jn Handy at Economical lOfc* a|P. Sanitary YOUR Healthful Cartons GROCER'S Convenient jfjg] jlk' LMQI KINO'S FOOD PRODUCTS CO. Originators of Practical Dehydration Richholt’s Cash and Carry Grocery 1 7th & Th>yw| 4 Phone 631 SATURDAY SPECIALS COFFEE Richholt’s Quality Coflfee. OA 3 pounds .. *7/.. *t . j <P 1 imU Richholt’s Special m ® 1 AA 3 pounds .t , 7. 9 1 (UU Our guarantee on coffee. If not satisfied your money back. No better coffee on the market. Hearts of Grape Fruit. Regular price 40c. One can Three cans $1 *OO Seven Large Cans / *\ /\/\ Tomatoes <P 1 • UU fi i Kings’ dehydrated Loganberries. Regular value 40c. Special, " three packages iP 1 •Vjvl ' One pound Oval can Tomato Sauce, regular value 25. One can 20c. three cans C . I ' • Navy Beans. , . ’ A|J Three pounds JmZfC , , Choice Rice. OR W Three pounds 49C Roman Beauty Apples, very fine. \ iJA Per box ........ 91iyU Polka Dot Cake Flour, regular price 40c.' -bne package 40c. 1 1 Three packages $ JL*I.U Three packages Macaroni or t A(|J Spaghetti- Three packages mOC Sweet Cream After Dinner. AA** N Per quart T?OC E. A. BROWN “QUALITY GROCER.” Where Quality Counts. r V SATURDAY SPECIALS f Brussell Sproute, Cauliflower, Head Let tuce Celery; Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes. Extra fancy Bananas. Special, 2 pounds for.. ... 25c Fresh Cocoanuts, each .. • 15c If 3 « Playmate Brand Peanut Butter. Three pound pail —65 c Playmate Brand Peanut Butter, 12 oz. /'jar <••• 25c Tokiwax, Toilet Paper. Special, 12 rolls • SI.OO Jurgens Bath Tablet Soap. Regular 10c seller. Special, per dqzen... 55c Chipso Soap Chips, No. 2 pkg 30c Fancy Evergreen Coirn. Special, 6 canp for :. 7Qc Fancy Sauerkraut’, Nb. 2 can. Special, * 6 cans for... 1 50c Krispy Nut Candy, regular 40c value. Special, 2 pounds f0r........ .. -50 c North Dakota Honey, the finest in the world. Special, 21b. can ...... -55 c FINE HIGH TEST SWEET ' i ' ' : v ' ■ - Dehydrated BUTTER MILK - .. . - ; W| --», ■ y • —v THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CREAM •f HANK HKAI) RETIRES TO retired from the presidency to a virc GIVE OTHERS PROMOTION presidency of the First National Farrington, N. D. t Feb. lfi.—G. W. service might be promoted. G. S. f. Ros.s of Minneapolis voluntarily Newberry, 23 years cashier, was m g Telephone This is cold weather, but our delivery man enjoys it. Our Fruit and Vegetable stock is com plete with the very best the market affords. Cauliflower, Cabbage, Carrots, Ruta bagas, Parsnips, Tomatoes, Grape Fruit, Oranges, Apples, Lemons, etc. Our 18K line of canned goods is very complete and for a good cup of coffee, order a can of “Seal Brand” and drink the best. SMITH’S GRAPE FRUIT Just arrived banned "Grape Fruit in medium size tins and they are delicious. EAT MORE FIGS - Cooking Figs, Layer Figs, Washed Figs. PQST BRAN FLAKES A new breakfast Bran easy to take and very healthful. / FLOUR Whole Wheat, Graham, Rye, Corn Meal, ... Buckwheat. ' TOAST Just opened another barrel of Uni versity Sweet Toast today, at per Pound 25c SALT FISH Fat Herring, Mackerel, Spiced Herring. FISH IN TINS Fancy Salmon, Tuna Fish, Sardines, Crab Meat, Lobsters, Scrimp, Minced Clams, Fish Flakes, Fish Balls. CHEESE , Roqueford, Pimento, Swiss, Limburger, Brick, Old English. SATURDAY SPECIALS * One pound pkg Seedless Raisins...|7 C One pound pkg Seeded Raisins \j c One large can Prices Baking powder 15c i Fresh Cream, Milk, Butter Milk, .Cottage Cheese, < i Ydiirh foFService.' 6 »•'•••• " J. B. Smith,-Grocer Phone 371 We Deliver VI4 Fifth Street. fe JV St** • v . • ** * '. • . \ «*' * •. v r * *•* ' * ‘ For health's sake, for economy for goodness' sake, eat more good bread and less of the expensive foods, Let youf , next baking be with ‘ v Clhnax Flour , : , , f\ >■ I ’C . Rnssell-Miller Milling Co. Bismarck, N. Dl ■ * V / ' , ... % ;• Exclusive Agents a tu r „v/ Telephone .****• *** named president; and R. H. Har grave, cashier. ffEggaa CAMBLE-ROBINSON CO. BISMARCK LOGAN’S “We Thank You” HEAD LETTUCE CELERY CAULIFLOWER CELERY CABBAGE FRESH CARROTS DANDY PARSNIPS SWEET POTATOES CRANBERRIES , WHEATENA The whole cracked wheat cereal that is - so heavily advertised. “We Have It” BANANAS ORANGES GRAPE FRUIT Another car of those delicious golden variety. DAKOTA MAID Flour made in North Dakota from North Dakota wheat by a North Dakota mill. OYSTERS All phones 211 ’ 118 3rd St. i Last delivery, Saturday, 4:30. Other week days, 4:00. Close 8 P.M. SPECIALS —for— SATURDAY AND MONDAY Royal Baking Fowder, 12 oz. cans. * Special, per can.. fr«s C Crisco, 3 lb. size. 70 Special at ...... 4% 5 C Syrup, Lewis Crystal White 10 lb. pails* Each O^C Aunt Jamimn Buckwheat flour. 4lb bag. A Q Special at TTOC Arm & Hammer Soda, 1 lb. sr.;. 25c Puffed Rice. j *7 Per pkg 1 / C Oats, Lewis Famous. Large size 4)^l Salmon* No. 1 flat. Q Q Per can OOC Peas, Sweet Wrinkle. Three a cans 40C Pineapple, Broken Slices. Special, 70 3 cans . ;f. f«/C Old Time Mince Meat. Special, O C 3 pkgs .v OOC Winesap Apples, small, but good quality. d» m' gA Per Box .... Jp*»OU Grape Fruit, 2 for 25C, 3 for 25 i 4 g* and IOC Sardines in oil- (J Per can .. . OC WHERE THRIFTY THOUSA PHONE 387 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1923 W. H. Swinton and F. E. Tucke were* re-elected vice presidents. Dealers supplied by Wholesale Distributors. P. & G. Soap, dA 10 bars Naptha Washing Powder. Large size. OCf Each £0 C Cream of Wheat, A 7 2 pkgs *±4 C Graham Crackers. Large package .. ZDC Prunes, fine quality. s;;.. SI.OO Dates, Dromedary 2 pkgs 40 C Chocolate, Walter Baker. pound 39C Pork & Beans, Van Camps, No. 3. Regular 30c. Spe -2 for *.*.... ,....49c Peaches, sliced in heavy syrup. Three | o cans for Tomatoes No. 3, hand packed. ni Per can» C* 1C Swansdown Cake Flour. package .. 35c Coffee, Lewis Famous. Special, no 3 lbs. L • Winesap Apples. Fancy grade, packed. £ Q aa Per box $4«Uv/ Lemons, lairge and fancy; ... BISMARCK, N. D.