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TUESDAY. MAY 14,1929
if JBELFIELDIANIS
BANK GROUP HEAD
- J. 0. Mil I stein Elected President
at New England Meeting
Yesterday
New England, May 14.—(/P)—J. O.
Millstein, Belfield, was elected presi
-I'' ] denN v of the West Missouri Slope
Banktfrs association at their annual
meeting here yesterday. E. w.
Christopher, Scranton, was elected
evice president and W. E. Lubke, Kill*
• V deer, secretary-treasurer.
■ The meeting was the largest and
■ the most enthusiastic meeting the as-
I sociatlon has ever held, according to
H. C. Bowers, retiring president.
Eighty bankers attended the meeting.
Speakers on the program included
L. P. Beebe. Ipswich, S. D.; J. O.
Wigen, Hettinger; B. E. Groom, W. C.
Macfadden. G. L. Nesblt, all of Fargo;
J. E. Phelan, Bowman; J. P. Cain,
1 Dickinson; and R. E. Truesdale, Mott.
Business men of New England at
tended 1 the afternoon session. Bank
' ers from Fargo, Minneapolis, St. Paul
and other points attended the meet
ing.
1 igMm
UPON WORLD COURT
The Hague, May 14.—UP)—Charles
Evans Hughes, noted American ju
rist, has taken his place on the world
w *'■' courifet The Hague for which he was
unanimously selected some months
ago.
In welcoming Mr. Hughes to the
>' ipermanent court of International
- justice, President Loder said that the
court was deeply pleased at the elec
tion of a man of his legal experience
< and would not fail to count upon his
collaboration. The court members,
' JJhe said, fully realised how much the
‘ ■ appointment of Mr. Hughes enhanced
■ the prestige and authority of the
- ■ court in the United States.
■ The American jurist, thanking the
. - •■president, said that he esteemed it
*M a great privilege to participate in the
court’s work. Having always been a
partisan of the creation of a real in
" ■ ternaUonal tribunal, he would realize
* one ol his ambitions if he could help
: • ■the court by his individual efforts in
" * the discharge of its high duties.
Furnish
I Boys' Pocket Money
. I Edmond, Kas.— (lP) —Feeding baby
- ■buffaloes on domesticated rations is
'. ■ thc lat€st project of three 4-H club
'•■boys who want to obtain expense
- --■money without selling their cattle.
- ■ Paul, Harry and John Griffith, who
*t 18, 16 and 14, respectively, have
• ■buiit up a herd of 16 purebred Here
i .: - ■fords in their club work, now nurse
three young buffaloes. The hairy
"■calves are corn-fed much after the
manner of domesticated cattle.
B One buffalo was obtained from the
■ 10l ranch in Oklahoma. There the
- ‘ Scalf was toped by a cowboy and
' '■ ■trucked home' by its owners.
• ■ The boys intend to exhibit the
Wbeasts at the Omaha, Kansas City
and Chicago stock shows. The three
ra have made all their own spending
■ money for four years. They do their
- ' ll own banking and borrow when neces
'■ sary to run their business.
■ In the fall the calves will be sold
- Bat some 4-H club sale.
r I MBS. TUNNEY RECOVERS
■ Pola, Italy. May 14—<A»)—Mrs. Gene
• ■Tunney has practically recovered
i ■ from her recent operation for appen
■ dlcitis at the Tunney residence on the
WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY
4 NIGHTS A Af. li 4 MATINEES
7:15 • 9:15 p. m. W[' * ■*j DAILY -3p. m.
JL Mandan, N. D.
/' HEAD YOUR CAR TOWARD MANDAN THIS WEEK!
SEE and HEAR.
WARNER BROS.
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Srdeverett hokvon
BETTY BRONSON
Qmcnmmr Akcmic L Mayo
<5? IA PICTURE YOUU NEVERFORGET)
[ Wars on Crime |
Patrick J. Roche, for nine years ace
of federal investigators and one of
the mo6t feared officers in the coun
try, will leave his government duties
to join the staff of State’s Attorney
John A. Swanson in Chicago. Roche
will war on crime in Chicago's loop
district.
Isle of Brioni, near here. It was said
today there was no necessity for a
further operation.
Im'm now showing /
W MARY iG
f PICKFORD fj
|,“COOUETTE”Jn
KvV Her First Talking Picture
Also CONTINUOUS SHOWING
2 p. m. to 11 p. m.
NEWS PICTURES
Matinee Prices -15 c and 35c
Mickey McGuires un m $ o’clock ~
Comedy i
25c and 50c after 6 o’clock B
“MICKEY’S I
MENAGERIE” l I
V rfr fr m if w? nil
VITAPHONE VAUDEVILLE ACT I
May McAvoy in “Sunny California” I
Virginia College to
Eliminate Sororities
Roanoke. Virginia. May 14.—(AV-
Because “standards for membership
are largely based on social standing
and popularity rather than character
and ability,” Hollins college is to
abandon all sororities.
Acting on a voluntary petition from
the 70 members of the seven national
sororities which have chapters at the
college. President Matty L. Cooke has
announced no bids will be tendered
after this year. The present sorority
membership may continue coopera
tive life but at the end of two years
the system will have been entirely
eliminated.
f AT THE MOVIES 1
♦ 4
PALACE THEATRE, MANDAN
Coming to thc Palace theatre. Man
dan. the management announces
Wednesday matinee as the opening
performance of Davy Lee in “Sonny
Boy” for a four-day showing with
matinee daily. “Sonny Boy” is Warner
Bros.’ latest Vitaphone talking pic
ture. and thc first starring vehicle for
4-year-old Davey Lee, who won this
e-rly honor through his marvelous
performance in support of A 1 Jolson
in “The Singing Fool.”
Davey’s part in “Sonny Boy” has
nothing of the tragic character of the
role he had in the Jolson play. He is
shown as the child of temporarily bat-
tllng parents, and to keep the child’s
father from taking Sonny Boy with
him his mother r’*ns with her sister
to kidnap him. It is by his winsome
and Ingenuous doin c s that things are
finally straightened out.
The Inimitable charm of Davey Lee
is not to be explained; it Is as inex
plicable as genius always is, but there
l m thousand little odd, whimsical,
elfin, unstudied ways he has, of lisp
ing his words, waving his tiny hands,
rolling his big eyes, and getting his
diminutive body into unexpected
shapes, that set audiences into peals
of laughter—the mellow, heart-warm
ing laughter that comes from the
hear*.
Selected short subjects will complete
this special feature.
CAPITOL THEATRE
“The Broadway Melody,” Metro-
Goldwyn-Mayer’s all-talking, all-sing
ing. all-dancing picture, ’"hich came
to the Capitol theatre last night, is
one of thc best-looking and most en
tertaining films which has come this
way for a long time. And Bessie Love,
who is destined to become famous
again after a period of neglect by the
powers that be in the film industry,
gives the most exciting performance
that the ta ing pictures have yet re
corded. She has a fine, deep voice
which matches perfectly her odd
charm of manner and pretty face. She
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THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
uses this voice effectively at all times.
Anita Page, a comparative new
comer to the screen and a lovely and
Intense lady of the best blonde color
ing, If we may judge from the techni
color sequence, supports Miss Love.
Charles King, from the musical com
edy stage, takes the role of the song
writer. They both give excellent per
formances, but are overshadowed by
Miss Love’s superb acting.
"The Broadway Melody” was writ
ten by Edmund Goulding. and Nor
man Houston and James Gleason did
the dialogue—and the dialogue, in
cluding some first wise-cracks, is
about as fine a job as could be done.
Mary Pickford, minus the curls, is
seen in "Coquette - ’ as a modern,
grown-up southern girl at thc El
tinge for the first four days this week.
As Norma Besant in "Coquette”
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Miss Pickford plays the role of the
belle of a little southern town, who
laughed her merry way in and out of
countless love affairs and thrilling
flirtations. With a youthful zest for
life and the sheer living of it, she
played in the moonlight, secure in the
safety of her little world. Al-ays be
side her stood Stanley Wentworth, son
of her father's attorney and best
friend. Stanley loved her with an un
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John Mack Brown. Matt Moore and
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characters in "Coquette.”
I . .
The Hit of Hits! |
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MELODY” I
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“Better than a $6.60 show,” said a prominent
Bismarck physician after witnessing this HH
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PAGE THREE
BANK TELLE* HELD
New Ulm, Minn., May 14.—(£*>—
Frank J. Hofmelater, 26, former tell
er of the State Bank of New Ulm, was
held In the county Jail here on
charges of misappropriating $1,350 of
the bank’s funds.
Live bear meat costs $4 a pound.
So Chicago found when purchasing
two polars for the coo.
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