n. D. FOREIGN WARS
' VETERANS MIRE
Annual Encampment of Surviv
ors of Nation’s Fighting
Abroad on at Lion’s Den
North Dakota Veterans of Foreign
v Wars of the United States were open
.■ lnfr their annual two-day state en
campment here today, in the Lions
den under the G. P.
This forenoon was devoted to regis
tration of members and ladies of the
auxiliary to the organisation, after
which a visit was made to the state
prison, where the visitors were guests
of warden Turner at a luncheon.
The sessions for business opened
this afternoon, with reports. Joseph
, A Kitchen, state commander, pre
sided Gilbert Semingson, the com
mander of the local post, Gilbert N.
Nelson, No. 1326, was present and the
meeting was awaiting the arrival of
a a Dittrich, national department
l chief of staff, and Z. L. Begin, judge
Banquet This Evenenlg
The big feature of the first day will
be the banquet in the den this eve
ning at 6:30 o’clock. State Com
mander Kitchen will serve as toast
master and Mayor A. P. Lenhart will
welcome the organization formally.
The response will be by Comrade C. i
j. Gorman, Minot. Gilbert Seming
fon, local commander, will extend the <
greetings of Gilbert N. Nelson post.
Afer music there is to be an address
by Governor George F. Shafer and
talks by national representatives.
Guests and delegates will be intro
duced at the dinner.
Saturday will be devoted to elec
tion of officers and an outing on the
Ward farm along the Missouri river,
at which a luncheon will be served
under the sponsorship of Nelson post.
At 2 o’clock a drive around the city
is to be made and then the organiza
tion will adjourn.
Want to Organise Fargo
Plans will be considered at this
meeting for organizing a post at
Fargo. Eligible to membership are
J any American soldiers who have
fought the country’s causes on for
' eign soil. Only recently the V. F. W..
lost the last survivor of the Mexican
war. In fie organization are World
war representatives who actually
served on foreign soil, but the major
i portion of the organization is made
'up of Spanish-American and Phillp
r' pine way rurvivors.
Registrants for the sessions here
I today included J. A. Kitchen, state
commander, Bismarck; Gilbert Sem
ngson, local commander; Major A.
I®. fiNEsr Quality
BISMARCK GROCERY CO.
Bismarck, North Dakota
Let a demonstration convince vou !
Come in and learn for yourself
how the TONE SELECTOR adds
to radio enjoyment
B. K. SKEELS
318 B*Uin Art.
ol r 4 bert F - O’Hare, Captain
Forrest Skinner, Bismarck; C. J
ASdrJi sriege5 rieger ’ Conrad Enders,
Mi f no?. T w d ’ » Aamoth - J - B Carroll,
W* B- Dorward, Raleigh;
Major A. B. Welch, Mandan; R. A.
? l if en £ r ’ Helena; Fred Jennings, and*
John Bartroff, Crosby. For the aux
registrants were: Mrs. H F
OHare, this city; Mrs. Richard Lar
son, Mrs. J. T. Franklin, Mrs. O. A.
Blacksted, Mrs. H. Aamoth, Mrs. J. B.
Carroll, Mrs. Leo Finnegan. Mrs. C. J.
Gorman, Minot; Mrs. Joseph A.
Fire Destroys Car
Of Fort Yates Sheriff
A sedan car owned by Sheriff John
Gates, of Fort Yates, was burned as
"I®, result a short-circuit firing it
while being driven near the bridge
over the Heart river, south of Man
a* 6 o’clock Thursday evening.
Sheriff Gates and friends had come
up on business and the sheriff turned
the car over to John Roth to drive
back to the reservation. Roth heard
car missing an d stopped out and
lifted the hood to investigate. He was
greeted with a burst of flame which
scorched his face and head severely.
. «oth was unable to do anything to
halt the flames and the car was
reduced to wreckage. Only recently
the sheriff had made a deal for a new
car at Mclntosh and was to have
traded in the old one In a few days.
Harry Johnson, federal inheritance
tax agent of the U. S. treasury depart
ment, St. Paul, is in the city today
on official business.
Let us demonstrate what surprising difference actual mastery of
tone makes in radio reception. Come in today and discover how
the Tone Selector actually lets you "tune” reception to please
your ear! Have a complete demonstration of the new General
Motors Radio and know what remarkable advances have been
made in all-round radio performance.
The new General Motors Radio is available in five beautiful
period models of radios and radio-phonographs. The cabinets
are examples of exceptionally fine craftsmanship... and you can
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Come in today to hear these fine instruments. Learn how
economically you can own any of the handsome period models
on the liberal GMA<C plan of convenient payment.
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Bigmfcrck, N. Dak. Pjunw 370
Homan Funeral Rites
Largely Attended at
2:30 at Auditorium
Last rites for John Homan, pioneer
business man of Bismarck, former
member of the legislature and form
er city trewurer, were held at the
auditorium at 2:30 this afternoon.
They were conducted by Bismarck
j 8 2s“*® , and were largely attend-
e j* The Chautauqua entertainment
j&J h .® afternoon was postponed to
3.30 to permit the services.
. Exalted Ruler A. W. Mellon was
m charge of the services, assisted by
1 ® G»ked in
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T y t morrow morning. It’s ready to serve. Add
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THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JUNE 27, 1930
A. L. Brink, leading knight; Charles
Leissman, loyal knight; Joseph Clif
ford, lecturing knight; Walter Clafk,
secretary; Joseph Kelley, chaplain;
and Judge I. C. Davies as esquire.!'
Active pallbearers were John Fi
terson, Frank Claussen, Henry L.
Reade, Piatt Dunn, John CapHce and
ilarry Woodmansee. The honorary
pallbearers were Charles Rust, Dun
can McGillis, Joe Dietrich, Arthur
Van Horn, Henry Richholt, W. E.
Breen, W. A. Falconer, J. D. Wake
man, Edward S. Allen, F. W. Evans,
Frank Grambs, Jacob Horner, J. L.
Bell, Dr. Roan and Henry Tatley,
etery 6rnient Was * n Mary's cem-
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BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA
Washington, June 27.—(/P)—Bobby
h ?® the rallroads running
excursion trains on his account,
ne interstate Commerce commisr
Minneopa Wheat Hearts
Toilet Paper, 4 large rolls
Diamond Shaker Salt, 2 pkgs. ![... *] * * *** ‘ ’“’ ‘* ‘
Carnation Milk, 3 large cans, 25c; 6 small cans* .* .* .* .* .*
Two New Numbers Added;
Ripe Olives (in Bordelaise) per can 25c
Green Olives (stuffed with anchovy), per can ..... .* 45 C
AU Phones 211 118-3rd. St.
B:£s and 10:30—2:30 and 4:30
Close at 8 P. M.
“Always Cool and Comfortable”
For Bobby Jones
"WE THANK YOU”
“The first of the season”
BING CHERRIES WATERMELONS
Very nice, 2 lbs. for 45c '7c the lb., half or part.
Oranges Apples Grapefruit
TOMATOES NEW PEAS 'RHUBARB
2 lbs. for 29c 2 lbs. for 25c 5c the lb.
Head Le ttuce Celery Spinach Radishes
reen Onions New Beets New Carrots : New
Turnips New Potatoes
Bottled Ice Tea
The newest thing on the market.
Pints, 18c - - Quarts, 28c
Potato Chips Cottage Cheese
SPRING CHICKENS STEWING HENS
«ion today granted an application by
railroads for permission to run spe
cial excursions at reduced fare from
Atlanta and Athens, Ga., to New York
beginning June 30, that his admirers
might rally to welcome the golf cham
pion back from his most recent con
quests in England.
402 MAIN AVENUE BISMARCK. N. DAK.
ST: IBic C c =l c °™°.,io~c
RING BOLOGNA, Milwaukee Style nn
At Ait FRANKFURTERS, lb. 6^o
STEAkT^ 0611 21 C PANCY SUMMER 07
SKINNED HAMS, Half or " ZTZ —
Whole, lb 25c
per lb., 28c; 3 lbs 75C
Fruits and Vegetables
Mr, Paul Brown in charge
Specials for Saturday
Full Quart Jars Queen Olives, per iar 77
RADISHES, 6 bunches for %dr
ORANGES, med. size, 2 dozen for .... oq-
Fresh Tomatoes, 2 lbs. for oo
All Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables °° C
SUGAR, 10 lb. cloth bag* for 58c
By our high standard of quality. Quality is never
sacrificed to low prices here, yet our prices are always
the lowest for dependable Groceries. Just step to your
phone and call 957 and your order will be delivered to you
in just as good condition as if you were to haul it home
Hyf jt i r Carnation, 3 tall cans, 25c;
lUIJLiY 6 smaU cans ZSC
WHEAT HEARTS Brand ’ 18c
BUTTER, Fresh Creamery, per 1b.... 32 c
SALT, 2 boxes jg c
CUCUMBERS and Fincy : 24c
PORK & BEANS
TISSUE, 1000 sheet rolls, 4 rolls 25 c
One Friend Tells Another
9:00 and 10:30 A. M. 2:30 and 4:30 P. M.
Open till 9 o’clock Saturday nights
PHONE 816 311 SEVENTH STREET
FRUITS and VEGETABLES:
Fresh Plums, Raspberries, Peaches, Cherries, Apples
Tomatoes Lettuce Carrots Cantaloupe
Watermelons, 8 to 10 lb. average, per lb 6c
Specials for Saturday
Tissue Toilet Paper, q r*
Salt. « hi
2 Pkgs. IOC
Carnation Milk, r) h
3 cans 4t)C
Fancy Dressed Spring Chickens frbm pur own pens
! * at 35c a pound,
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905 Front Avenue Phone 957
We Please Where Others Promise
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