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State B. P. W. Clubs Win National Prize The North Dakota Federation of Business and Professional Women’s clubs has received the award of $l5O offered by the National Federation for the state having the highest record for the use of the ballot in the November election. The pre sentation was made Wednesday at the national convention at Mackinac Island by Martha Cannolle, national legislative chairman, and Miss Elea nor Bryson, Minot, state president, accepted on behalf of Mrs. Kate Wil der, Fargo, legislative chairman for North Dakota. The awarding of a prize to the state federation having the largest per centage of Its members voting in the national election was a feature of the campaign conducted during the past year by the national legislative committee for the purpose of encour aging all women to use the right of franchise. In this campaign, the North Dakota federation was credited with having secured a 100 per cent record. Those attending the national con vention from North Dakota are Miss Eleanor Bryson, Miss Frances Vaughn, and Miss Inga Rebrud of the Minot club, and Miss Madora Knox, Grand Forks. * * * Mrs. H. Breen Hostess To Homemakers' Club The July meeting of the Hay Creek Homemakers' club was held Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Har old Breen. Mrs. P. E. Hatch, program leader, discussed “Short Cuts in Cooking,” and the remainder of the time was devoted to problems of home manage ment. Six new members. Mesdames Lillian Menefee, J. Gourdette, C. McGarvey, Charles Nagel, Ray Breen and M. M. Glosser, were taken into the club, bringing the total membership to 19. At the close of the afternoon a re freshment course was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ray Breen and Mrs. Charles McGarvey. * * * Miss Blanche McMahon arrived to day from Irvington, N. J., for a short visit with her brother and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McMahon. Miss McMahon is returning to her home from a trip to the west coast. ♦ * * Mrs. Bert Faust and son, who have been visiting at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lund for several days, left this morning for Little Falls, Minn., to visit relatives. * * * Miss Bertha Palmer left last eve ning for St. Cloud, Minn., where she will speak at the State Teachers’ col lege on Monday. On her way she will visit friends at Paynesville, Minn., over the week-end. * * * Mrs. F. H. Waldo and two children will leave Saturday for a camping trip of two weeks or more in the Black Hills. En route they will visit friends in New England, N. D., over the week-end. 9 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen and daugh ter Lois. Oswego, N. Y., visited yes terday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. K. A. McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Allen were on their way to Yellowstone Park. 9 9 9 Miss Emma Trygg left yesterday for Fargo and Detroit Lakes, Minn., where she will spend part of her va cation. Later she will visit at her home near Baldwin. 9 9 9 Miss Gretchen Bjorquist of Moor head and St. Peter, Minn., has ar rived for a visit at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Melville. 9 9 9 Miss Doris McAdams, who has been visiting friends here and taking the hairdresser’s examinations, left this morning for her home at Belfield, N. Dak. 9 9 9 Miss Jennie Williams and Miss Odessa Williams, Sidney, Mont., have arrived in Bismarck for a visit with their sister. Mrs. R. 8. Towne. Special prices on all mid summer merchandise. Sarah Gold Shop, 312 Main Ave. Special—Odd Trouser Sale, I*3 off. Hart Schaffner & Marx and other good makes. Wonderful values. Bergeson’s. AAA *0 MAW WATCH ,IU» MCIO MAKtS IO(T WATCH Rc* tt. a Pal Off. Wash your dishes with Melo Melo softens hard water and makes it a wonderful cleaner, with or with out soap. A tablcspoonful in the dishpan cuts grease, saves hands and makes the soap much more effective. No scurq forms. Scum is the result of the hardness in fcard water com bining with soap. But scum never forma in soft water. Scum never forms in water softened with Melo. Get it at your grocer's. WATTE SOFTENED WITH MBLO IS A EEMASKABLE CLEANER SlO cents THE HYGIENIC PRODUCTS CO, Canton, Ohio Manujacturtrt of Sani-Fbuk Hats SI.OO, Two for $5.00 and $3.00 ■££& •• ■' Mrs. Ankenman Gives Pretty Birthday Party Mrs. Sara Ankenman entertained yesterday afternon at her home in honor of the thirteenth and tenth birthday anniversaries of her grand daughters Dorothy and Lorraine Pfeifer. « ‘ Twelve small girls were guests, and during the afternoon they were taken to the Mandan Chautauqua park, where games and a peanut hunt were enjoyed. At 5 o'clock a picnic supper was served at a long table decorated with summer flowers and tall tapers carry ing out a blue and yellow color note. At either end were the attractive birthday cakes, and there were favors at each place. The two guests of honor received many gifts. Mary Louise Kupfer, Fort Lincoln, and Helen Ilolmen, Mandan, were guests from out of the city. * $ j|C Mrs. R. G. Schneider Entertains at Bridge Guests for two tables of bridge were entertained by Mrs. R. G. Schneider last evening, at her home. 800 Broad way West. Honors in the evening's games were won by Mrs. W. S. Rohrer. Bouquets of sweet peas and carna tions were used in the rooms and for the tables when a refreshment course was served at the close of the games. Miss Luella Plcckcr, Minneapolis, was a guest from out of the city. * * * Rev. W. H. Bayle, Huron, S. D., di rector of religious education for the North and South Dakota Baptist churches, will speak at the morning and evening cervices of the First Bap tist church Sunday, according to of ficers of the church. Rev. J. D. Springston, Los Angeles, Calif., who was to have been the speaker, has been detained by a funeral, and will be unable to be present. * * * Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miesen and daughter Mary Jane will leave this evening by motor for Worthington, Minn., their former home. Mrs. Mies en and daughter will spend a month or more there, and Mr. Miesen will return to Bismarck in a few days. * * * Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Williams, Atas cadero, Calif., stopped in Bismarck last night on their way to La Crosse and other points in Wisconsin where they will spend several months with relatives. They have been visiting at Underwood and Garrison. 9 9 9 Mrs. L. R. Baird and children ar rived this morning from their home in Dickinson for a visit with Mr. Baird, receiver of closed banks. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Enock Anderson and family, Baldwin, were visitors in the city yesterday. 1 * * * Mrs. C. B. Little will leave tomor row for a short visit with relatives in the east. 9 9* Miss Mabel Everson, Washburn, spent yesterday in the city with friends. 9 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. Edward Prackel have as their house guests Mr. and Mrs. THEATRE Friday and Saturday Matinee Daily at 2:30 Saturday Continuous from 6:00 to 11:00 p. m. L X Jw COLUMBIA M jTLYIWc j I MARINE! I "BEN LYON I 1 SHIRLEY AUSON I I JASON ROBARDS | A thrill every second is in store—for you when you see this picture that was filmed among the clouds. Fascinating Dialogue Beautiful Theme Song Complete Musical Score Marvelous Sound Effects Starting Monday GENTLEMEN OF THE PRESS Broadway’s Drama Sensa tion on the All Talking Screen L. J. Marion. Seattle. Wash., who will remain for about a month. 9 * 9 Miss Frances Collison. who has been the guest of Miss Beatrice Register for the past month, left this morning for Grand Forks. 9 9 9 Miss Margaret Davidson returned yesterday from Minot and Battleview, N. D., where she has been visiting relatives during her vacation. i»i i > Mandan News Mr. and M:3. Earle Welsh are taking a month's trip to points in Montana and Canada. 9 9 9 Misses Nell and Mae Taylor and their brother. Glen Taylor, are on a motor trip to Fargo and Grandin. ,* * * Miss Marian Means has gone to Billings, Mont., to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Hill for two weeks. 9 9 9 Mrs. J. A. Biggs has as her guest Mrs. J. F. Rail, Cedar Rapids, la., who is returning from a visit in Vancou ver, B. C. 9 9 9 Joseph and Robert Rosen and Wil liam Rubensticn, Minneapolis, ac companied by Dave Schwartzman, Los Angeles, have arrived in Mandan for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rosen. 9 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Scott, Brecken ridge, Minn., who have been spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Graham, left yesterday for their home, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. L. R. 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Glass, Jamestown, which took place last Friday at Moorhead. Misses Julia and Isabel Fitterer have'gone to St. Cloud, Minn., for a visit with their sister. f City-County Brief! j Matt Steil, Wishck, is transacting business here today. Jens Haglund. Jamestown! was a business visitor in the city yesterday. Selmer Aamoth, who was in Bis marck bn business yesterday, has re turned to his home at Valley City. » Henry Leivestad. Fargo, state agent for the New York Life Insurance com pany, is spending a few days in the city. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Fode. James town, were in the city yesterday while Mr. Fode. who is Oakland-Pontiac dealer at Valley City, was attending a district dealers' meeting. Special—Odd Trouser Sale, 1-3 off. Hart Schaffner & Marx and other good makes. Wonderful values. Bergeson’s. Dr. R. S. Enge Chiropractor Drugless Physician Lneas Block Bismarck, N. D. HOT OIL “Our Methods Please’* 9 9 9 Phone 130 V. F. W. Commander to Visit in Bismarck Eugene P. Carver, national com mander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, will visit Bismarck July 18 or 19, according to advices received to d-\y by J. A. Kitchen, state com mander. Kitchen is asking members of posts in this vicinity to come here to meet the national commander of the vet erans' organization. WOULD BROADCAST Washington. July 12.— OP)—'The Gintzel Electric Co., of Miller. S. D., applied to the federal radio commis sion Thursdry for a permit to erect a new station. Special—Odd Trouser Sale, 1-3 off. Hart Schaffner & Marx and other good makes. Wonderful values. Bcrgeson's. Who li contingent beneficiary on yonr Life Insurance Policy f Do you know* ERIC A. THORDERG District Manager, The Mutant I.lfe Insurance Com pany of New York. PALACE MANDAN Last Time Tonight The Time, Place and the Girl Also All Talking Comedy Talk and Sound News Talk and Sound Review 7:15 • 0:15 Price: 25c • 50c Saturday, July 13 LAURA LA PLANTE in The Last Warning Alio Comedy News Reel 7:15 •9p. m. 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The Bap tists <n Russia arc being deprived of their homes and denied work, and many are either starving or have been banished. Other speakers on the program were Rev. John Bucknell, Max. Russian missionary for North Dakota; Sidney C. Hollingsworth. Rangoon, Burma; Rev. Cornelius Martins, Canada; and Dr. Fred F. Stockton. Fargo, state superintendent of the North Dakota Baptist convention. PL K. GOETZ BREWING CO. Bf hHehcd 1859-70 Venn Am ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI 'oam(jh NASH-FINCH CO. BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA (Tribune Special Service) Saturday Shoppers Will find keen delight in the Saturday prices of our Great July Clearance Sale All $15.00 and $19.50 dresses reduced Saturday to One-Half Price Select two beautiful summer dresses for the price of one in this great sale. Lovely chiffons, prints, plain pastel crepes, silk piques, polka dots and gorgeous georgettes. 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