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NEW SCHOOL’S DEDICATION • DATE FIXED Roosevelt School to he Form* I ally Opened with Exer cises on April 29 ARRANOINO PROGRAM Arrangements have been completed and final plans made for the formal opening of the Roosevelt school in Jtiverview. Tuc-duy, April 2d bus been select ed ax tile day and the opening exei eises will be in the evening beginning at 7:20 sharp to permit time for the public reception wlii'-h will fellow immediately after the eoiielusion of the program, which will be given under the direction <>f the 1 eneln i of I lie lieW sellool. Mrs. Alfred Zuger wo appointed by i the school board as general cliaii man on arrangements. At a meeting! of the general committee held at hm i (mine, Monday afternoon, two com | mittees were appointed to complete i the plans as worked out by the gen * era I committee. Mrs. O. W. Roberts was named ! chairman of the committee on ar I rangemcnts and Mrs. .John -Thorpe | and Mrs. Zuger as tin* other meinbei of the committee. Mrs. <). X. Dun bam was named chairman of the en i tei tninmeiit e< iiimittcc with Mrs. K.l T. Hurke and Mrs. I*. F. Ryrne andj Miss Hanson as the reinaindei of the j committee. A meeting was held with the com ' mitten appointed from the school board and plans were gone over ami! approved for the program as out- j lined by the patrons committee. A splendid program is being ar ranged by the teachers for the eve I ning of the 2!>th and following this at reception will be tendered the resi- dents of the city and the committee wishes to say that this will be given for adults only as the hours will bi ton late for youngsters and that thej* cannot possibly admit them as tlx* number will be so great that time would not he adequate for the young sters and adults. All residents id' the city are given an invitation to attend these exer vises and reception and the commit tee asks that the date he kept in mind for the formal opening. A souvenir will be presented to those attending and the High School otehestra will furnish music during the hours of the reception. ASSERTSCO-OP COST LITTLE North Dakota Wheat (irowers Answer Objection Grand Forks. N. D. -April 10.— Congressman O. I!. Burtness, in a Itetty written to A. J. Scott, »ecic of the North Dakota Wheat (irowCis association, stated that tno alleged high cost of marketing hy !>ool associations, is being used in Washington to discredit the Nary Haugen Export agency bill. Mr. Hurt ness lequc.stiil inloi illa tion on this in order to refute these contentions, and in this connection •Mr. Scott issued a statement, the salient features of which arc that the marketing costs, such as salar ies, office up-ketyi etc. of the pool was SJI2I cents per bushel last year, including both the st ite and the terminal offices, whereas the mar keting costs of the interior elev itors alone was $.0427, according to gov ernment figures. Eultlx r, that the entire deductions from the pool, including one-half eon! reserve, almost two cents paid farmers on farm storage, and S.|OK for direct charges, such as elevator handling and storage charges, which are fixed h\y law and beyond the control of the association, were $.127 per bushel. 'I he Federal Trade Com mission has reported that similar cost of handling and marketing wheat through the private agencies amount to s.lkki) per bushel, indicat ing that pooling is hy far the most economical method of selling wheat. SLOPE BANKERS MEET MAY 27 Fargo, April 10.—Dates and places were decided for annual meeting of the seven districts of the North Da kota Bankers association when six of the seven secretaries of the dis trict met with W. C. Macfadden, sec retary of the state body. They are: May 20, Northwest district, at Minot. May 21, Second district, Devils Lake. May 22, Northeast district, Grand Forks or Grafton. May 22, Fifth district, Coopers town. May 27, Missouri Slope district, Mandan. * Farm Land for Rent We have some excellent land in the river bottoms south of Bismarck for Rent on Shares, or for Cash. Sec. 5 and 8-138-80. Also excellent upland under cultivation near Menoken, Sec 1-138-79, Sec. 6-138-79. Must be taken promptly. Inquire BISMARCK REALTY CO. | May 20, Fourth district; place tr be determined. I June 25, Third district, Fargo. The six secretaries preterit were: Raul F. Glass, Larimore, Northeast I dist i id; It. S. Rond, t'rury, Second district; If. R. Beckwith, Fargo ' Ihird district; Elizabeth Green, Shel i don. Fourth district; Verne Wells ; Bowdon, Fifth district; and 11. jy I Wald-ung, Steiling, Mi- ouri Slope | di ,t rid. HENEYSOUGHT FOR PROBE OF DEPARTMENT Senator Couzens Forces Ac ceptance as “Prosecutor” For Investigators Wa biiigti.ii, April Hi. The peace of the 'Unite special committee in ve-tigatui" the internal revenue bur • all was shattered when Senator < mi /on.--. Republican, Michigan, wa, joined l.v committee Democrats ill a since sful etfoit to employ Francis J. Ileney, of < 'al il'ornia, at itu* Michi gan eiiator's expense as special eoim.-'f to conduct the eomniittot in • luiry. I he resolution went through, three to two, do pite tlu* reiterated predic tion of E'eiiatm W ilt Soil, Republican, lin.iana, ( bit i Milan and Senator Finst, Republican, Kentucky, that the ap pom! meat of Ileney, famous for many years as a public prosecutor, meant “another senate muckiaking" expedition, and Senator Ernsts de claration (hat it wa.; aimed by Sena tin i .ui/.< os at Secretary .Mellon be can .e the secretary bad “spanked” the senator in their recent public tax controversy. Backed by Jones, King Senators King of I'tah, and Jones of New Mexico, wire the Democrats who voted with Senator Couzens. It developed in tin* committee di-cus sion tiiat the first suggestion for a commdtce counsel bad come to Sen ator ion /en.; from Senator Jones wlien be had observed, Senator • »>U zens said, “we are floundering hen " and getting nowhere with the in quiry. When it was brought out that Sen ator Couzens, one of the richest men in the si natc, proposed to pay all Ifeney's expenses in connection with tin* investigation, Senator Ernst sharply questioned the propriety of the action. Senator Jones, however, defended Senator Couzens’ action and Senator King appeared to take the same view. The Heney employment resolution landed on the eommittee table like a bombshell, so far as Senator Watson was concerned. He bluntly declared that he knew Heney “well enough" to know that the hearing would he turned into a “muck-raking*’ if Honey was “given a chance.” Sena tor Watson asked Senator Couzens why he had eonvu'.le..' with Demo- viatic committee members on this plan and not with his “Republican colleague Crippled bp Cornel Bee “Gete-lt” Greatest Corn N '■Pi It’s just wondciful how “Cits-Tt” ends corns and ialloiM-s. l’ut ,i f.-w drops of “Gi-ts-It’’ on a hurting corn and Presto I Tin* pain stops at once forever. No matter how long you’ve had corns, how bad they may In*, whether hard or soft, or what you have tried, believe this—. “Gets-lt’’ will end corn pain at once, M,on you can lift the corn right off with the lingers. •Money Lai k guarantee. CuMs but a trifli— •sold everywhere. E. Lawrence &Co , Chicago. “Gets-ft” is sold in this city by Cowan’s Drug Store. Make your old floors look like new. Floor scraping surfacing, and polishing done with new Electrical machine. I have years of experience in this line, and guarantee satisfac tory work. ' t PETER BODNAR Wilton. - No. Dak. 'CROW HUNTERS ORGANIZE FOR BIG CONTEST Shooting to Start Saturday Fnder Direction of Fleet ed Team Captains Organization of a crow hunt, as a part of the nation-wide crow -hoot ing contest, svas completed at a meet ing in the French and Welch Hard ware store last, night. H. F. Jones and John Hofl'man were named cap tains of teams, de ignated respective ly as No. I and No. 2, and it is pro bable that the losing team will be re quired to “eat i tow" or otherwise <ln homage to the winners. The hunters may go out either Saturday or Sunday. The contest will continue f -ivcral weeks, hut; crow* killed must be turned in at the rear of the I'nnc*i and Welch store every Monday before noon.j with the name of the person shooting] the crow and the team. Hunters may j hoot oil bet magpies or crows, each; bird killed to count a point. The* names of the ten highest in the hunt will be announced by the team cap-* tains. Hunters mav seek places on either! team by getting in touch with thej team captains, The teams selgited l last night follow: TEAM N'u. I. It. N’oith, Melvin! Ol am. Hairy W. Ratten, !!. L. l’at-( terson, Geo. Schultz. James Cunan.j L. Shuheit, R. 1.. Melville, Lawn nee; Kositzky, Roy Gable, Fred Nulling,* R. C. itrandon, < nrl It. Kositzky, J. G. Cowan, I*'. J. Johnson, Fret/. Mon is, > 11. It. Slimier, V. It. Haines, <) T. Raaen, John A. Graham, L. S. Cn ss-, well. Arthur Johnson, Dr. SehipferJ Ai chic Gamble, G. F. Wingreene,’ A. F. Ashridge, Lewis F. Crawford, F. G. Frhe, Joe J. Selensky, C. A. Ras mussen, \V. C. Rq.s'n, A. D. Klein, 15. F. Jones, Alfred French. J. A. Lar son, Guy Smith. 1,. Van Hook, h'tenk Clausen, Raul D. Cook, Henry fJur tnam, It. R. Logan, A R. Asbrioge, Wm. C. Broughton, J. l). .Lyngstad, < ail R. Kositzky, Jr. TEAM NO. 2. W 15. Hartley. Al lied Olson. Oscar Burckardt, F. .1. Schultz, Kolstad, K. D. Rose, If. A. Knowles, Archie Johnson, J A. Mothers! Give tke children WRIGLEY’S after every meal A prominent physician says: “It is surprising how free from decay the teeth can be kept by using gum after each meal.” You know how hard it is to get the children to clean 1 fafftl their teeth. By giving aSH them WRIGLEY’S you not * y^H, only reward them for clean- 'Hi ing their teeth, but the HI reward is actually the means of performing this important service! WRIGLEY’S aids digestion too, and acts as an anti septic wash for the mouth l^^H and throat. Sev- Thp eral flavors-all of /f WRIGLEY The Flavor Lasts WMGLEYS | Chevrolet Touring Car | $598 I DELIVERED. I j The World’s Lowest Priced Quality || I Automobile. | CBRWIN'MBTBRCIi THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE I Kohler, S. S. McDonald, D. B. Cook I F. M Kafer, B. F. Hitchcock, Anton , Boitole, A. f.. Olson, Fred Peterson, I F. I). Ditch, Goo. Ebert, M. G. Nutum, * I*. F. Riley, L. .1 Si 1 ja ii. Call N’cl.-.on, 1 \V. B. Couch, N. Williamson, S. E, Paine, Louis Klein, M. J. O’Connor, F. i . Ellsworth. Dutch Bressler, •A. \V. Bartlett, L. S. French, R. E. Pot tei, F. W. .Murphy, S. T. Parke, J..hn A. Hoffman, R. B. Loubek, Albin lledstrom, Sigersnn, F. J. Gobel, Jas. If. Stewart, K. L. Rest, C. S. Huber, J. H. Bowers, F. G. Hopselman, \V. S. Neal. SHERMAN NOW TO BE TRIED IN BANK CASE Former Cashier to Follow F. C. Heaton. Who Was Con victed by a Jury Grand Folks, A'fil It*. Selec tion of a jury to try R. R. Sher man. foi me r cashier of the Scan dinavian American Bunk of Fui go on a charge of making false reports to the Mate hank exam iner on the Fargo hank on No vember 22. It HR. opened in dis trict court hero this morning. Grand Forks, Ni D., April R*. Fol lowing the return of a verdict of guilty late yesterday by the jury which tried ! . C. Heaton, former as sistant cashier of the Scandinavian- AmC-rican haifk of Fargo on a charge • f making false entries, attorneys for the state announced that the trinl of R. R. Sheryitan, former cashier of the hank on a charge*of making false reports would probably be taken up next. Sherman has been at Superior, W'is., and has been notified that it is desired to call a case against him for trial. It is a joint indictment re turned by the Cass county grand jury against Sherman and H. J. Ha gen, former president of the hank but it is expected that separate trials will be held. John Burke of Fargo is Sherman s attorney. The verdict of gliilty' against Hea ton was returned at 2 o’clock Wed nesday afternoon, the case having gone to the ftiry at 11:3D o'clock in the morning. Francis Murphy of Mi- not, Heaton’s attorney announced that an appeal to the supreme court would probably he taken. The spe cific offense of which Heaton was convicted was a false entry in con nection with the savings accounts of the hank on January 14, 1921, which was made, according to the state's contention to conceal a shortage of some $4.3,000 in the savings deposits. The maximum penalty for this of fense is SIO,OOO fine or 10 years im prisonment. Waiters Prefer Percent To Tips (ienovn, April 10. Hotel and cafe allots will continue to pay 10, l. r > or 20 percent service charge on their hills, if the International Unioli of \\ alters has its way. The union is decidedly opposed to returning to the old system of a small salary paid by the owner of —restaurant and voluntary tips on me part of the guests, ns its mem bers say they do far better under ti c tic ventage system. |lifl!lf!l!lffl|!lf|J] most/y mine rah II form the human and hie same idea/ food which energy and WTstamina in abundance. II and uou'tt tike it. too. Ifel ** m* S lliiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiif DR. R. S. ENGE Chiropractor Consultation Free Lucas Hlk. Bismarck, N. D. S2OO to S4OO Saved On This Light-Six Touring Car : ‘ ' By our matchless facilities—our enormous production ; » . I , . , * * ; HERE is a car priced at $1,045. We pay 15% bonus on some steels Where we aave Built by ordinary methods it to get them exactly rjght. We use „ r would cost you from S2OO to genuine leather in our cushions; Wo We save enormous production S4OO more. curled hair. I —150,000 cars per year.. Our major It Is in scores of ways the leader w, . costs are all divided by that en of its class. No rival car compares T .“1® ™. or * Timken searings in ormous output. It is utterly impossi in the value that it offers. . * rtan any contpetmve ble for smaller makers to compete. Let us tell you how we that it8 P" ce - : We save by modern plants, mosily value, then urge you to see this car. bodies are beautiful creations. built in the past five years. We save A sensation * fi " lß \ an^ coach work show the by up-to-date machines. By building sensation final touch. But we buila them in our own parts and bodies 7 6 Studebaker is today the world’s $10,000,000 body plants of our oWn, largest builder of quality cars. Stude- and pay for these extras in savings. See what this car offers baker success is the sen sation of Motordom. y" 111 1 ■ Come see What this Sales have almost Light-Six offers. How it trebled in three years. ' „ r - excels in scores of ways Last year, 145,167 people / I any rival car. paid $201,006,000 for ’bl 1 * ■——■■WJQt IBuilt with the same Studebaker cars. steels, the same care and There tremendous as the for thife rush to our cars. We have only Studebaker cars. And* one grade of chassis, every man who buys a See Its beauty, its corn car should know them. 4BffiM9JP fort, ite luxury. See how „ we have studied your 72-year traditions "" every desire. The Studebaker name • + Studebaker Light-Six Do that and you will has for 72 years stood for *i aj g choose this car, if you quality and class. To lOUnng Car $1,040 have m mind ai price any build an ordinary car un- Same steels as we use in the costliest cars we where near this, der that name is unthink- build. More Timken bearings than in any oom- « » r . able. petitive car within $1,500 of this price. for tne book Our assets are $90,000,- Genuine leather cushions, ten inches deep. Mail us the coupon be -000-—all at stake on serv- Curled hair filling. All-steel body. low. We will send you ing you better than all One-piece, rain-proof windshield. Attractive free our new book that others. cowl lights. Standard non-skid cord tires. will inform you on five • We have $50,000,000 Transmission and ignition locks. Perfect motor simple things which re in model plants, equipped balance. 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Coats . want in your ready to wear # # s 4 o Easter Suit? tailored to Do you want the finest imported and domes — your measure tic woolens —Dawn, Grey, Powder Blues, all $35 the popular colors for spring? Do you want an expert styling and workmanship that is tO tpDd famous throughout the country? Do you want the economy in price that a large, effi hand tailored cient organization can give you? Naturally in our own y° u do. Then why experiment we guarantee shop ou satisfaction. t«s9o v «so?HinsTrsiSHAsSßri?s^ Hand tailoring. , Hand pressing. peted, each making a “sale" of an Overland ca.r to a “prospect." British Losing Home Market London, April 10. —Supplies of for eign meat in the markets of Great Britain are gradually ousting those from the dominions, according to fig Saved THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1924 ures of imports for 1923. These show that only 28 percent of beef, mutton and lamb imported wds pro duced within the Empire, while in 1922 it was 35 percent and in 1920, 43 percent. Cook bv Electricity. It is Clean.