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CARLOADS TO SHOW Cattle, Sheep, K~gs and Horses Included in Consignment for Chkago Three carloads of livestock will comprise the North Dakota agricul tural college exhibit at the Interna* lional Livestock Exposition which opens In Chicago. Nov. 30. Cattle, sheep, hogs and horses are included in this consignment, according to Geo. J Baker, acting chairman of the ani* m&l husbandry department. A carload of fat grade lambs is the largest single entry of livestock from the college. In addition to the lambs. l r * head of breeding sheep will also 20. The breeds represented are Shropshire, nine head; Hampshire. One; Southdown, two. and grades, three. Twenty-one head of fat hegs of the following breeds will be sent to -he show—five fall and six spring Durocs; two fall and six spring Ches ter Whites, and two fall Poland Chinas. The cattle entries total seven head, two Shorthorns and five Angus. Between 75 and 100 entries will be piade from North Dakota in the hay and grain shorn*, which is held an nually in conjunction with the Inter national Livestock Exposition. Last year about 50 entries were made, ac cording td E. G. Booth, extension agronomist. He looks for especially strong exhibits in alfalfa and sweet • lover this year and also expects the Durum wheat and flax to out-class the states 1928 exhibits. With the grain, the unusually dry weather of the past season has resulted in ex ceptionally good quality. Two student judging teams wUi compete with the teams of colleges and universities of other states at the exposition. Members of the North Dakota agricultural college livestock judging teams arc Carl G. Ashe. Vin cent. Minn.; Alvin Lee. Valley City: Lloyd Lyness. Fessenden: Leonard Luther. Mandan. and Byron Olson, famestown. E. J. Thompson, profes sor of animal husbandry, is coaeh of :hc team and will accompany the )oys to Chicago. The poultry team is composed of William Frey, Leonard; •Vayne Welser. Haselton. and Ken neth Whitney. Cogswell. O. A. Bar ion. chairman of the poultry depart ment, is going with the team. f AT THE MOVIES I ♦ ♦ CAPITOL THEATRE An up-to-the-minute, down-to-the •ocond romance of Annapolis and West Point. That's "Salute.*’ featuring George O'Brien. Helen Chandler. Wil iam Janney. Stepin Fete hit. and many other well known players, which romes to the Capitol theatre begin ning Friday. O'Brien plays the role of a West Point football hero, an all-American holfback. and Janney that of his rounger brother, a midshipman at An nanollp. Janney realizes his love for Helen Chandler only after he appears :o be about to lose her to his famous sinsman. The climax is reached in an Army- Navy football game at the Polo rrounds. New York. Unusual produc ion value is contained in this John Ford all-talking Fox Movietone pic ture. Ford spent two months in the east, at the naval and military acad emies. filming the most important se rirnees. Tristram Tuppcr and John Stone wrote the original story. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Tense, euspenseful drama in a set ting as Intriguing as any ever breught to the screen comes to the Paramount theatre for tomorrow and Saturday, when ••Thunderbolt," George Ban croft's new* all-talking picture, shows here. The gripping situations, surpass .*ig the tremendous episodes of "Un- Icrworld," pulse with life-giving dia ogue and sound. Harlem. New York's negro district, with all its sinister, hidden under world. is revealed on the screen as it actually is. Bancroft portrays the part ?f a hard-fighting gang boss in love with Fay Wray, beautiful heroine. The girl repulrer, Bancroft and. in an ef fort to go straight, turns to Richard Arlen. They fall in love, but Arlen ncurs the enmity of Bancroft. That is the big climactic situation. Bancroft, the virile he-man of the screen, has sworn to kill young Arlen. .he likeable hero-aviator of the fa mous “Wings.'’ They are together in ?mg Bing's deathhouse. Will Bancroft till the youth? Will he let Arlen be rnt to the chair? Will Bancroft go to the chair? Suspense! Tense, hard, cold, Breathless drama and a love theme that keeps the heart beating fast. Josef von Sternberg, the man who made "Underworld,’' In which Ban t reft made his initial great hit. made •' Thunderbolt. ' It has everything that made "Underworld" famous, and a great deal more. It's all-talking. Paramount screen vaudeville acts end news events are also on the Para mount theatre sound screen for Fri day and Saturday. PLENTY OF ATTENTION Fairbury. Neb.—Alta Bringwatt, 1, might just cs well attend a private school or have % private tutor, even though she is attending district school ns, near Dakin. She Is the only pupJ in the class, and receives the undi \ .ded attention of Marguerite Dc Kalb, who receives a salary of $65 a month for teaching school there. The United States takes 65 per cer.t of the coffee and bananas of Guate mala. South America, and supplies It with 60 per cent of its textiles, ma :hlnery and oil. WANTED Express Shipments TURKEYS, DUCKS and GEESE Top Prices Prompt Returns Bonded House PRIME PROVISION CO. 911 Fatten SL Chicago. UL ! Attacks New Styles j Mrs. Ruth Dadourlan. wife of Prof. H. M. Dadourlan of Trinity college, charged that’ long skirts and tight waists will "produce a psychology ad verse to the further progress of wom- Kuominchun Forces And ‘People’s Army’ Still Are Battling Shanghai. Nov. 21— i/P>—Severe fighting between loyal nationalist troops and the rebellious Kuomin chun or "people's army” continues, without, decisive victory for either side. The Kuominchun has penetrated Hupe province and captured Slangy an?, advancing down the Hankiang toward Hankow. Meanwhile the cen ter of interest has shifted to Canton where the revolution "Ironsides" reg iment has once more invaded Kwang si province. A number of other disaffected troops have jotned them, the com bined force capturing Wuchow and preparing to advance against Canton. It wax understood here Chen Ming- Shu. governor of Canton, had tele graphed Nanking asking aid. but it seems Chtang Kai Shek. president, was unable to spare any troops for defense of Canton without risking loss of Hankow. Chen Ming-Shu was wounded when a bomb was thrown at him at mid night. A woman was arrested, charged with attempted assassination. Sms* Efforts to Save Helpless Father from Flames Is Frustrated Racine. Wis.. Nov. 21.—i/Pi—While feeble cries spurred them on. two sons made futile attempts to rescue their Cl year old. bedridden, deaf and blind father from death in their flaming home early today. Smoke and fire drove them from the build ing. A fireman placed a ladder to the window mid dragged the unconscious fattier, Andrew M. Stream, to a porch. He was dead. Mrs. Stream, also an invalid, was saved. Hannaford Brothers Win Livestock Award Kansas City. Nov. 21.—(PV--A croud estimated at 10,000 persons witnessed the final day’s events of the Ameri can royal livestock show yesterday. Awards Included: MUklng Short horns: Olsen Brothers. Hannaford. N. D.. junior champion female, and Per cheron horses, senior and grand champion mare. Margot, Pemco farms. Brcckenridge. Minn. Watch Tongue For Signs of Illness Your tongue is nothing more than the upper and of your stomach and intestines. It is the first thing vour doctor look* at- It tells at a glance the condition of your diges tive system end physicians say that 90 per cent of all sicknesses start with stomach and bowel trouble. A white or yellow- A W ish coating on your tongue is a danger VIW signal of those diges tive disorders. It tells you why the least ex ertkm tires yon out; Lfkmtym, whyyoti haws pains in TONGUE the bowels, gas, soar w mantimgt stomach, dissy spells. And it’s a sign yon need Teniae. This good eld reliable medicine has helped thousands trim ware physi cal wracks. Saa how tho first bot tle helps you. Tanlac contains no mineral drugs; it is made of barls, herbs and roots—nature’# own medicines for the sielr. Get n bottle from your druggist today. Year money hack if it doesn’t help yen. I FUEL I I Beulah Lignite I I Montana Bear Creek I I Lehigh Briquettes I Cotton Wood I Pine Slab Wood I Bird) and Oak Blocks I I Phone 62 I I Wtchter Transfer Co. I THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1929* NORTH DAKOTA 4-H SENDS 19 TO SHOW Livestock Judging and Clothing Demonstration Teams Goto Cl.icago When the annual International Livestock Exposition opens in Chi cago Nov. 30, North Dakota 4-H clubs will have at least 19 representatives there, according to H. E. Rilling, state club leader, who has just announced the names of the lucky boys and girts who are to make the big trip. The trip has been made possible for some of the delegates by contributions from a number of commercial organiza tions. Outstanding work has been the basis for selecting the delegates. Mr. Rilling says. Bevcral county agents and club leaders are going with the North Dakota crew. A 4-H livestock judging team and a clothing demonstration team are being sent to compete with 4-H teams of other states. Both arc 1929 state champions. The livestock judging team is from Stutsman county and all of its members belong to a 4-H Livestock club of that county. Mem bers of this team are Edward Dullea. Charles Lawrence, and Alfred Ball i weg. Harper Brush, county agent and coach, will go with the boys. The girls* clothing demonstration team Is a McLean county product and is made up of Dorothy Barlow and Amy Snyder. Mrs. Dale Zeller, local club leader, will accompany the girls. Following are the delegates from North Dakota with the counties from which they come: Adams county. Adeline Rosenow. Ethel Strehlow and Marguerite Jongeward. assistant county agent; Slope county. Russel Hendrickson. Theodore Stremick. Harriet Anderson and Floyd A. Gar foot. county agent; Grant county. Anna Hintz. Lilian Delabarre and Shirley Boll; and Hettinger county, one boy who has not yet been select ed. Pauline M. Reynolds, assistant state club leader, is in charge of the delegation. Club winners who have won other special trips are Edgar Ncsse. Adams county: Eleanor Thelin. Grand Forks county: Henry Halvorson. Kidder county; narrow Prichard. Cass coun ty. and Helen Olson. McLean county. Mias Olson is tlir present president of the state 4-H organization and also assisted in the poaching of the Mc- Lean county’s girls' clothing team which is to compete at the interna tional. O’Connor’s Wish to Be Buried in England for Friendship Fulfilled London. Nov. 21. The wish once expressed by T. P. "Tay Pay" O’Con nor. veteran Irish statesman, that he might be buried in England to typify the reconciliation cf the two races was fulfilled solemnly today. Westminster cathedral was crowded with mourners anxious to pay their last tribute to the famous "father of the house of commons'* at a requiem mass celebrated by tlie archbishop of Liverpool prior to a burial service at Kensal Green cemetery- ALWAYS Q jntrto I ¥ CENTS You can eliminate worry from your investment pro gram by placing j our funds where they will not fluctuate. The Resources of the Minne sota Building and Loan Asso ciation are always worth 100 cents or the dollar. All its funds are invested in first mortgages on Minnesota City Homes—the safest of all Security. This Association has always paid 6% per an num, compounded semi-annu ally—plus tax exeMptioß. Sv* «r IntMt Arj Aawit (tw 15.51 u sn.fio.fl* St Aaj Ttaa. Send /or Interesting Booklet — THE HAPPY ME DIUM for Security and f \C/L Confidence.’' %37° Assets $4,900,000.00 thmcMfir Af/4/ffiy itJßoon d§gQcta&$ if A State 4 Marten— st Minttfseta St. Bt. Penh Minn. Hates Policemen ! More Than Ever | 4 - ■■ - -■ 1 —v Chicago, Nov. 21.—(4*)—More than ever. Charles Loso hates policemen. Loso had a flat tire yesterday. Un fortunately it happened at a busy intersection. He stopped, jacked up the wheel and heedless of the traffic confusion went to work. Policeman William Sackweh did not know Loso hated cops, and prob ably didn't care anyway. He ap proached Loso and told him to get his apple cart, or words to that ef fect. out of the way. "I do not like policemen. ’ said Lo so. and he cracked Sackweh with the Jack handle. Later Judge Max Luster fined Loso SIOO and sent him to jail for 30 days. 3 PERSONS KILLED IN CROSSING COLLISION Independence. Kas.. Nov. 21.—v<T*»— Three persona were dead today and two dangerously injured as the re sult of a collision last night between a motor car and a freight locomotive one half mile west of here. Country Schools Get Allotment of 40,000 T. B. Christmas Seals Christmas seals to raise funds for the North Dakota Tuberculosis asso ciation are being sent out to the county schools through the office of Madge Runey. county superintendent. These have been supplied from the association office here by Helen Karen, state secretary. The quota of stamps which the rural and town schools outside oi Bismarck will try to sell this year is 40.000. The city schools were allotted 9000 last year, but drew an additional 3000, so they are to be allotted 12,000 stamps at the outset. The state al lotment is 5.000.000. The sales drive starts Thanksgiv ing day and will continue up to Christmas. INCORPORATIONS Food Market. Inc.. Minot.. $25,000; D. M. Moore and Jane Moore. Minot, and Walter C. Johnson, Bottineau. Dickinson Heating Shop. Inc., Dick inson, $10,000; V. I. Wilson and E. L. Carlton. Hebron, and Henry Morgan. Dickinson. pp tubes h |A Listen to their Goodness / J \ Ask a Sylvants Dealer for the listening test. Ask to / m \ *y ar * v y th Sylvania Tubes in the sockets. JJM „ \ escellcnt companions these better serving tubes J | a 73 more in every bottle Clicquot Club R PALI DAT A BARGAIN t Finoot quality ginger ale— y and mere of It. Mellow syrups made j W ] from pure fruit juices* Jamaica ginger, pure I A I water—double carbonated and epedimontha L£d In the making. It's good alone. And it gives |i9RH| recipe drlnka e delightfully rich, spirited flavor. If you like a “dry” ginger ale af ftnast IfigM flavor, try Clicquot Club hla Dry. At all RHD dealers. TRY THE PARTY PACKAGE 12 full pb. in each carton 48 os# (3 bottles) more in every 12 than there la In the It bottle cartenaaf any ether national dnr ginger ale. Here's big value for thrifty buyers. The beet tfngsr ale an the market..•and M mere in every battle. Geed by itself • ..the ideal mixer for recipe drinks. Fully agod to get that famous rich, spirited Clicquot Club flavor. Today at meet dealers. AGED MAN TO FACE CHARGE Him St. Paul Ro:idont Claims Cun Discharged Accidentally, Killing Hit Wife St. Paul. Nov. 21.— —A charge of murder will be filed against August Anderson, 77. who shot and killed his wife Tuesday. Herman Vail, captain of detectives, said today, but a hear ins: as to his sanity probably will be held. Authorities said he is mentally deficient. Anderson surrendered to police last night and confessed he had shot his wife. He insisted today the shooting was accidental as the revolver tflth which he intended cnly to threaten Mrs. Anderson was unintentionally discharged. The aged man. who attempted to kill himself after the shooting, said there had been discord in his family nearly all the 40 years .f his married hie. His wife continually nagged him. he said, and lately they had fought over money. The quarrel, climaxed by the slaying, started two weeks ago, he said, when his wife took S2O from him. The Andersons have four sons. One of them. Harry, told police today of the continued strife between his par- 559 Miles Over j Mountains on 11 Gallons of Gas i An amazing device recently perfect ed has astonished thousands with its gasoline saving capabilities. All kinds of tests have been made by auto own ers and they report remarkable sav ings. A California man reports that 1 ho drove his car over the mountains from Los Angeles 559 miles on 11 gal lons of gas. This Whirlwind device also increases power and pick-up. cre ates quicker starting and causes car bon to disappear. E. Oliver. 999-2545- E. Third St.. Milwaukee. Wise., hopes to have his Invention on every auto mobile. He is offering a free Whirl wind to those who will help introduce it and a money making proposition of SIOO a week and more. Write him for full particulars and free sample offer today.—Adv. Bubbles Hargrave Is Traded to Yanks for Three N. Y. Players St. Paul, Nov. 21.—(/P>—Eugene (Bubbles) Hargrave, manager of the St. Paul Association baseball club, will go to the New York Yankees next season as a catcher In exchange for Pitcher Wllcey Moore, Outfielder Ben Paschal and Catcher John Orabowski. The deal was announced today by R. J. Connery, president of the St. Paul club. Hargrave came to the Saints a year ago from the Cincin nati club of the National league. He led the association In hitting most of last season but was rated second in the final averages with a mark Of .369. BEARS CAUSE BIG CRASH Washington, Nov. White house beers apparently have caused a big crash in a market. Learning that a New York dealer wanted a fancy price for President Hoovers geometric scribbles, attaches pointed out that lots of the president's boy friends have them. EXTRA! 100 New Fall DRESSES FREE Friday and Saturday At a Special 2 for 1 Sale 200 of our $19.50 new fall dresses have been placed in our 2 for 1 sales’ racks for Friday and Saturday's sale. Buy One At SJQ.SO WM CHOOSE ANOTHER FREE These new fall dresses have regularly sold for $19.50 and more. Now you can buy two for the price of one. We expect to give away 100 dresses this week-end, so be on hand early Friday morning for best selection. Materials 11/ are of georgettes, satin crepes and prints. I )( Bismarck Cloak Shop l 1 The Popular Priced Store » Next to Capitol Theatre on Main Ave. Bismarck, N. D. 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Friday. The last time the flag was flown at half staff was when Woodrow Wil son died. The flags on all govern ment buildings were ordered to fly at half staff out of respect to Secretary Good under an order issued by Secre tary Stimson. but this did not affect the white house. Thrfee Prelates Are Listed for Cardinal; Vatican City. Nor. 21—<*V-A Btf of cardinal! to be mated at flit con sistory February IOwUI be puiliabo' in Oeservatore Romano this awning unless countermanded. The confirm ed list contains the name* of Arch bishop Macrory of Armagh, prlmati of Ireland. Archbishop Verdler of Paris, and. the new patriarch of U*J bon, Ooncalves Cerejerla. HARD ON THE HORSE Stout: I’ve got to reducat Th» doctor recommends horeeback riding Thin: Is It satisfactoryt Stout: Not exactly. Tm not Mm weight, but I’m foiling off.—Answers =s=9B9SSBSSBBBaaaRB i Children* Oagg j 'SgV& M; MILLION jars UStP VgAßiy j unless li The confirm