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PAGE TWO
‘WETS’VICTORS
IN ELECTION
IN MANITOBA
Dispensing of Liquor Through
Government Is Approved
By Voters
MAJORITY LARGE
llrder Bill Government Will
Appoint Commission To
Administer Law
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Juno 23.
Manitoba has pone “wet.’’
By a sweeping majority which
went beyond US,OOO in Winnipeg and
which was going up slowly as outly
ing districts were heard from the
bill of the Moderation League was
endorsed by voters yesterday and
the policy of prohibition represented
hy the Manitoba Temperance Act,
the law of the province for seven
years, was overturned.
Under the bill of the Moderation
League the government will appoint
a commission of three members to
administer the sale of liquors for
consumption as a beverage in per
manent or temporary residences of
permit holders. Breweries will he
permitted to deliver direct to homes
of purchasers and liquor sold in
government stores also will he de
livered.
SCHNEIDER
IINPRISON
Knsimir Schneider, convicted at
Valley City of the murder of his
wife and sentenced to the state pri
son for life, was brought here late
yesterday by Transportation Officer
O’Leary.
Schneider was given No. 3784, and
after a few days wirfl he assigned to
some regular task, it is expected.
Weather Unsettled
In Coming Week
Washington, June 23.—Weather
outlook for the week beginning Mon
day: Region of Great aLkes —Warm
first half, and normal temperatures
second half; generally fair, but with
scattered local thunder storms.
Upper Mississippi Valley -Scatter
ed thunder showers the first half;
generally fair second half; warm
first part; normal there
after.
Bismarck Ford Day, June
27. You will like Bismarck.
SIGN TREATY
FOR 5 YEARS
Washington, June 23.—A conven
tion extending for five years the
Anglo-American arbitration treaty of
1908, was signed here today by Sec
retary Hughes and Sir Auckland
Geddes, the British ambassador.
Bismarck Ford Day, June
27. You will like Bismarck.
BAND INSTRUMENTS
WANTED
The Bismarck City Band
under auspices of Association
of Commerce wants band in
struments. Those having
same for sale please com
municate with L. C. Sorlein,
Association o f Commerce,
Bismarck, N. D.
Bismarck Ford Day, June
27. You will like Bismarck.
ATTENTION.
For Sale
8 ROOM TW r O STORY HOUSE, bath, sleeping porch, and sun
parlor. Maple floors, built-in buffet, bookcases, work table
and ice box. Two bed rooms equipped with private lavatories.
Two car garage- Property in splendid condition. Four blocks
front post office. Price $7500.00. Terms. •
BUNGALOW, 6 rooms and bath- 'New. Maple floors, hot water
heating plant, full basement. Exceptionally well built. River
view Addition. Price $6200.00- Part cash, balance monthly
installments.
7 ROOM HOUSE with bath. Modern. Price part cast,
balance on easy terms.
We are incorporated under the laws of this State with a cash
paid-up capital of $50,000-00. Affiliated with First Guaranty
Bank. We deal in real estate, City property, first mortgage
-.- real estate loans, Bonds, and write every form of insurance.
We are in a* position to negotiate for the purchase or sale of
property, having the necessary capital to finance any consistent
proposition. If you want to buy or sell it is to your interest
and advantage to come and see us.
Investors Mortgage Security Co.
F. A. LAHR, Pres. J. P. WARNER, Sec-
| BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y
WEBB BROTHERS
Undertakers Embalaen' _. Van**! Dtraetan
Pat
! PERKY UNDERTAKING PARLORS .
f CITY" NEWS 1
Announce Hlrtli
.Mr. and Mrs. John Olson of city
announce the birth of a baby girl
born at the Bismarck hospital.
I’amits of Girl
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Steph
en: of Napoleon are the parents of •
a baby girl born yesterday at the j
St. Alexius hospital.
Reef or”s Condition I’licliungcd
'l'lie condition of Itev. IL 0.
I’ostlethwnite who is being treated
flic Bismarck hospital for an
acute attack of heart trouble is re
ported to remain unchanged.
Bismarck Hospital
Ole Olson, Dunn renter; Daniel
Turnbull, Mandan; Willie Jacob
son, Arena ; George Helen, I bul
lion; David Skinner. Mary; Miss
Lydia Kirciiman, Jamestown; and
Master Alwyn Potter, i ty; have
entered the Bismarck hospital for
■Oeatimoit. Mrs. Jack Anderson,
Fullerton; Miss Eva Baillet, city;
and Esther Docktor, Martin have
been discharged from the hospital.
St. Alexius Hospital
Margaret Berger, Hichardton;
Master Earl Walgren, city; Robert
Frost, city; and Mrs. Edward Les
lie, Stanton, have entered the St.
Alexius hospital for treatment.
! Mrs. Herbert Crawford, Mandan;
! Mabel Helmer, Danzig; and Mas
ter Clayton Husfloen, Regent, have
been discharged from the hospital.
Pul I p Killing Station
The Texas Company has pur
chased the residence property of
A. Monstrous, corner of Main an I
Washington streets, and will place
a gasoline filling station there-
Tiie company recently built a dis
tributing station in the eastern
part of the city. It is entering
actively into retail of gasoline.
The price paid for the Boustrous
property, it is understood, was
I*;,out).
ERUPTION IS
SUBSIDING
Rome, June 23. The eruption
of Mount Etna has entered on an
erratic stage with alternate per
iods of increase and decrease in its
activity. The flow of lava toward
Linguaglossa is continuing but has
slowed down to so great a degree
that at the present rate it would
he weeks before the town, proper
is reached.
Too Late To Classify
FOR SALE—Pop Corn Roaster,
nearly new. Latest model. sth
St. Stationery, Bismarck. 6-23-31
WANTED—Kitchen helper. Apply
at Grand Pacific Hotel. 6-23-3 t
FOR SALE—Entire household goods,
including player-piano, 3-burncr
and oven electric range, dishes, and
other articles too numerous to
mention; reasonable. Phone 981-W,
or call 309 7th St. G-23-lw
Bismarck Ford Day, June
27. You will like Bismarck.
Tribune Want Ads Bring Results.
D. B. C. MEN HIRE
D. B. C ASSISTANTS
Knowing from their own experi
ence, what thorough training pupils
receive at Dakota Business College,
Fargo, N. D., two former “Da
kotans” recently employed D. B. C.
students. F. A. Bristol of Carlisle
& Bristol Hdw. Co., engaged Cora
Johnson. C. Severtson, office man
ager for Hopeman Material Co.,
employed MariA Leisdon.
D. B. C. success ‘‘works double.”
Employers go there for the best
help. Students come there because
they get the best jobs. “Follow the
Summer classes now
open. Write F. L. Watkins, Pres.,
806 Front St., Fargo, N. D.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Cor. 4th St. and Ave. C.
Sunday service at 11:00 A. M.
Subject: "Is the Universe, Includ
ing Man, Evolved hy Atomic Force?”
. 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 arc welcome to attend these
services and to visit the reading
room.
|
UNITY SOUTH SIDE MISSION AND
CHARITY SOCIETY
Regular services every Sunday at
9:15 a. m. in German.
Sunday school at 10 o’clock. Miss
M. Ingram Supt.
English service at 11 o’clock hy
Rev. Alsbury.
Please send your worn clothes and
shoes etc., to the Mission 305 16th
South, or call phone 557 J.
J. B. Happcl, Pastor.
J. B. Alsbury, Assist. Pastor.
TRINITY ENGLISH LUTHERAN
CHURCH.
Cor. Ave. C. and 7th St.
Services Sunday morning and even
ing. Morning topic: “World Better
ment.” Evening: “The Curse on the
“World.” All are welcome.
I. G. MONSON, Pastor.
NOTICE.
You arc invited to attend the serv
ices at the Second Baptist church,
Bth avenue and Sweet street S., at
11 a. m., and 8 p. m. The pastor, Rev.
Today Perhaps?
Twisters come most
unexpectedly and at
most inopportune times.
They raise havoc to prop
erty—smashing houses and
business places into hope
less masses of wreckage.
Would You Lose
if a storm hit your property
today ? Certainly not if you
were protected by tornado
insurance in the Hartford
Fire Insurance Company.
This kind of insurance
guarantees payment of
your losses when fate is
against you.
Twisters play no favorites
so get insurance now.
Call, write or telephone.
MURPHY
“The Man Who Knows
Insurance,”
Bismarck N, D.
FORD DAY
BISMARCK
Wednesday, June 27
Come —Bring the Family and Celebrate with Us.
REGISTER AT OUR OFFICE, 9:00 TO 5:00
FORD TOUR- ¥7O CC f
dig car ss rKLL!
Also Many Prizes* for Cars in Parade
Big Ford Parade at Noon
Followed by Picnic at Capitol Grounds—“ Our Treat”
Moving Picture Show at Rialto Theatre
Showing Ford Factory Scenes and Many Things of Interest.
Special prizes for ford trucks
♦* • * • . . #
come" everything free ;>, come
COPELIN MOTOR CO.
BISMARCK “You Will Like Bismarck” NO. DAK.
K H&ri * ■ i£V?XvV>
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
J. C. Bothic will speak both morn
ing and evening, all arc welcome.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH.
Avenue I), near Seventh St.
10 a. m.—German service. Sermon
on Lord’s Prayer.
11 a. m. —English service. Sub
ject of sermon: “A Practical
Church.”
No evening service.
V. BARTLING, Pastor. ,
ST. GEORGE’S EPISCOPAL
CHURCH.
Dr. Joseph Ryerson, Rector.
(Fourth Sunday) Holy Communion
at 8 a. m. Morning setvicc and ser
mon at 11 a. m.
The rector of St. George’s Aurch,
desires to get in touch with all fam
ilies who were brought up in the
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Tourist Ticket Offices
O. O. WILLIAMS, G. L. T. Corp.
Order Your 1924 Coal Now—
i ♦
THERE is really only one way
of being certain of having
your next winter’s coal when the
first snap of cold weather comes.
That way is to give us your
order now with instructions to
fill it at the most advantageous
time.
With a car shortage already in
evidence in some parts of the
country, and indications point
ing to a much more serious one
later, there is no telling what
conditions will be towards fall.
These conditions need not,
. however, make any difference as
far as your coal bins are con
cerned. By taking steps to fil?
them now, you are definitely
protected. Our phone number
is— lls. '
ITiZjl F. H. Carpenter
I paint) Lumber 101
S9SSSK Company BBSS
BUY FROM BUILDING HEADQUARTERS
chuff h or have attended the,services
at any time, who reside on farms in
Burleigh or adjoining counties. He
plans to make a mailing list and send
to each family or person at least
once a month a bundle of up-to
date church reading matter. Send
card with name.
. Subject o Sunday morning sermon,
“Religious Symbolism in the
Church.” 1
BISMARCK GRAIN.
Furnished by Russell-Millcr Co.)
Bismarck, June 23.
No. 1 dark northern $1.02
No. 1 northern spring 97
No. 1 amber durum 85
No. 1 mixed durum SI
No. 1 red durum.... 75
No. 1 flax 2.45
No. 2 flax 2.40
No. 1 rye 43
To Dealers
We are the distributors
of Havoline Oil in your
district.
We shall be glad to tell
you how to become a
Havoline Dealer.
HAVOLINE
PAT. otr.
Oils and Creases
Let’er
Buck!
Biggest
WILD
WEST
SHOW
East of
Rockies
“Badlands”
Bill McCarty
of Medora Arena,
Director
Steer Roping - Bull Dogging
Wild Horse Race
BUCKERS BY THE SCORE
, EVERYTHING A COW PUNCHER EVER DID I
■.’ . /
1,000 Indians— s4,ooo Prizes-— 52,000 Fireworks
Real Buffalo Bow and Arrow Hunt by Indians
200 Cow Punchers Riding Worst Outlaw Horses in West
LET’S GO! - - M ANDAN
“WHERE THE WEST REGIES” 1
Askrihe Man
Who Knows Oil
The man who knows oil knows that you can always de
pend on Havoline, just as thousands of motorists have for
twenty years. The high quality of Havoline never varies,
it gives the same efficient service all the year round from
Maine to California.
Have ypur crank case drained today and fill it with
Havoline Oil. You’ll be satisfied. Then stick to Havoline.
Whenever you need oil you’ll find a Havoline dealer
nearby. You can identify liirtv by the red and blue
Havoline sign. And he’ll give you Havoline as you
to buy it, by the quart measure or'in the can.
jQuanrud, Brink & Reibold
MANDAN
ROUND-UP
July 2-3-4
SATURDAY, JUNE 23,1923

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