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mviENrsFOR AIRPORTS PLANKED Pembina, Grand Forks and Far go Make Ready for Open ing of New Airway St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 12.—(/P>—Ex pensive airport developments, includ ing erection of passenger stations, are to be undertaken at Fargo and Pembina, N. D., to serve the Twin Cities-Winnipeg airmail route. The mail service will open Feb. 2. Returning to St. Paul from Fargo, where he conferred with leaders of the Chamber of Commerce, Col. L. H. Brittin, general manager of North west Airways, Inc., announced Sun day night his company has author ized Immediate construction of a hangar and a waiting station includ ing sleeping quarters and offices at Pembina, which is to serve us a port of entry. City officials of Fargo, Colonel Brittin said, have promised to erect a passenger station and improve the Fargo airport. Addition of hard sur face runways are included in the pro gram. Grand Forks already has pro vided waiting room facilities. GAME LAWPLAN IS EXPLAINED TO LIONS Jones Tells of Need for Modern Enactment; Describes Wal ton League Proposal Explanation of the proposed new state game and fish code was made to the Bismarck Lions club at their luncheon meeting Monday by B. E. Jones of the Bismarck Izaak Walton League chapter. Jones said the present game and fish code is the result of patchwork methods over a 30-year period, is full of contradictions and in such shape that few persons can really under stand it. The Walton League, he said, proposes to repeal the old law and substitute a new one embodying the best thought of conservationists in this and other states. The license fee would be increased 50 cents on the theory that persons who provide themselves with hunting equipment will not mind a small ad ditional fee to insure themselves something to hunt. Overhead costs of the state game and fish department use all but about SIO,OOO of the annual collec tions, Jones said, and the increased license fee would provide about $25,- 000 additional to be used in game propagation work. One feature of the law is that open seasons on all game is provided. The theory is that such seasons, in actual practice, will be controlled by gub-! ematorial proclamation, such orders' to be issued on advice by the state ; game and fish department. A 60-day closed season on rabbits | during the mid-summer is provided ; for the purpose of bringing rabbits within the scope of the law. The proposed enactment would permit legal shipment of game to per sons outside the state; would permit the use of dogs in the field; promote and encourage game farms and fur farms and permit field trials of dogs to be held in this state, Jones said. He commented that eastern dog owners now spend between $35,000 and $50,000 in Saskatchewan each year which might be spent in North Dakota if field tails were premitted here. A “comity” clause in the proposed statute would permit game wardens from other states to pursue law vio lators into this state provided North Dakota game wardens had a similar privilege. This would take care of complications which now arise along state borders, Jones said. No provisions for trapping beaver are contained in the bill since this will be made the subject of separate legislation, the speaker announced. Under the terms of the proposed beaver bill the owner of land would have a 15-day advantage over out siders in trapping on his property, the idea being to recompense him for damage* done by beavers to trees on his land. Elroy H. Schroeder, Grand Forks county school superintendent, sang two bass solos, accompanied on the piano by Hans Lee, Kidder county school superintendent. Ernie and Zada Peters and Dwight Bancroft, members of a vaudeville troupe which recently disbanded near here, also provided musical entertain ment. Guests included R. J. Clay and H. E. Fowler; S. J. Atkins and Elmer Judd, Cando; F. W. Perry, McClusky; j J. E. Eastgate, Larimore; J. A. Solien, Napoleon; and Leonard Orvedal, Rugby. Grant-Dadey Branch Office Opened Here Announcement that its Bismarck office and warehouse at 113 Second St., now is open for business was made Monday by the Grant-Dadey company, wholesalers of automotive supplies and replacement parts. The Bismarck office, which opened Saturday, is under the management of George Maroney and will engage in the wholesale trade only. Bismarck was selected for the , branch because of its strategic loca tion with regard to western North Dakota business. Speedy Relief for Sore Throat No longer is it necessary to gargle and choke with nasty tasting medi cines to relieve sore throat. Now you can get almost instant relief with one swallow of a doctor’s famous prescription. This prescription was refilled so often that the druggist who originally filled it decided to put it up under the name “Thoxine” and made it available to everyone. The remarkable thing about Thox ine la that it relieves almost instant ly, yet contains nothing harmful. It la pleasant tasting, and safe for the whole, family, and is guaranteed to relieve core throat or ooughs In 15 minutes or money bach. Put’ up ready for use in Sic, me. and »1.00 bottles. Sold by aU druggist*—Adv. i Record First Heat i 1 Prostration Case j Hammond. Ind., Jan. 12.—(XP)— The time was Jan. 11. The place ' was a Hammond restaurant. The person most involved was Charles Mc- Braid. Mcßraid walked into the res taurant Sunday and asked for a glass of water. He dran the liquid and collapsed. Police summoned Alva A. Young, city physician, to whom Mcßraid when he revived explained just how he felt. “Heat prostration. No. 1 of the series of 1931,” said the doctor. “And that’s funny, this being January. Where are you from?” “Saskatchewan," was the reply, and the doctor advised lighter clothing if Mcßraid planned to stay in Hammond any great length of time. RED CROSS WILL ASK $10,000,000 Hoover Will Isrje Proclamation Requesting Relief for Rural Needy Washington, Jan. 12.—(XP)—Presi dent Hoover will issue a proclamation shortly calling upon the people of the country to contribute $10.C~2.000 through the Red Cross to relief of the needy in rural sections. The chief executive, as head of the Red Cross, Sunday approved the pro posal of Chairman Payne that an appeal for public assistance be made. There was some expectation Monday this action would ease the tense sit uation in congress, where for a week members have clamored for and against a $15,000,000 appropriation for food loans to drought sufferers. A new move to dis[x>se of this con troversy was planned at the outset of Monday’s session of the house through offer of a special rule to consider sending to conference the drought loan appropriation bill. This carries $45,000,000 for spring crop planting; the senate attached the $15,000,000 for food, and four times the Republican leaders have failed to get unanimous consent for calling a conference to take out this item. Monday’s procedure would put it through with only two-thirds ma jority. Kitchen Thanks Firm For Fine Cooperation Appreciation of the generosity of the Quain and Ramstad clinic for the use of the clinic rooms by his depart ment following the state capitol fire was expressed Saturday by Joseph 11. Kitchen, commissionpr of agriculture and labor. Kitchen said in his letter to them the cooperation “is typical of the spirit of Bismarck in not attempting to capitalize the state fire catas trophe.” Sherwood Depositors To Receive Dividend L. R. Baird, receiver of closed banks, has announced that a 10 per cent dividend would be paid the de positors of the First International bank of Sherwood, N. D. Payment is being made through the office of J. P. Reeves, district manager at Burlington, N. D„ accord ing to the announcement by Baird. Powell Takes Over Burg Managership J. L. Powell today assumed the managership of the Burg store in Bismarck. He arrived Saturday to succeed W. B. Lingham. former man ager, who has Leen transferred to St. Paul by the company. Wife, Gas, Scare Man In Dead of Night “Overcome by stomach gas in the dead of night, I scared my husband badly. He got Adlerika and it ended the gas.”—Mrs. M. Owen. Adlerika relieves stomach gas in TEN minutes! Acts on BOTH upper and lower bowl, removing old poi sonous waste you never knew was there. Don’t fool with medicine which cleans only PART of bowels, but let Adlerika give stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning and *ret rid of all gas! Lenhart Drug Store.— Adv. Kidney Acids Break Sleep If Getting Up Nights, Backache, frequent day calls, Leg Pains, Nerv ousness, or Burning, due to function al Bladder Irritation, in acid condi tions, makes you feel ti red, depressed and discouraged, try the Cystex Test. Works fast, starts circulating thru the system in 15 minutes. Praised by thousands for rapid and positive ac tion. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pro nounced Slss-tex) today, under the Iron-Clad Guarantee. Must quickly allay these conditions, improve rest ful sleep and energy, or money back. Only 60c at Hall’s Drue Store. Non habit forming Scientific Capital Funeral Parlors 20H Abu Avenue Licensee Cmbaimer Phone—Hay or Night—» Jos. W I'srhumperUn Prop. ‘MYSTERY GIRL’S’ IDENTITY LEARNED ‘Sally Mayfield/ Who Wac Found Drugged, Is Esther Monson, Bottineau Fargo, N. D„ Jan. 12. -(/P)—"Sally Mayfield,” Fargo’s mystery girl who was p eked up on a. high /ay near Glyndon, Minn., Dec. 23 in a drugged condition, is Esther Monson, daughter of John Monson, Bottineau, the same girls, .olice said, who a similar hoax here in 1928. The girl, held in the Cass county jail on a vagrancy charge, was iden | tified U trough a photograph repro duced in . newspaper. An iminigra j tion officer questioned her for nearly I three 'hoarse before she admitted her identity. Police records show : n Esther Monson was picked up on *a street here in 1928, her head badly cut, and that she had told a story of having been .Hacked by two men in an au- j j tomobile and then thrown from the [ machine She reiterated the story j several days until a sister told iw>liee : ! Esther ad fallen on the icy street Miss Monson will be held until po- , lice have finished investigation of the source of narcotics with which the girl had been drugged in December. Word was received from Jamestown Monday that the girl had been com mitted to the state hospital for insane j there from Bottineau Aug. 3, 1928, and was released July 6, 1929. No word lias been received by authorities from her home. Driving Force of X-Ray Demonstrated! Stanford University, Calif.. Jan. 12. —i/Pi—The mighty X-ray has been put to the lowly task of driving screws. And all just to prove it isn’t what we thought it was. Perley Anson Rose, physics profes sor at Stanford university, inventor of the X-ray screw driver, uses the ma chine to demonstrate that the rays have properties similar to bullets rather than waves, as is popularly be lieved. All he does is hook up a little machine known as an X-ray specto meter, aim it at the screw', and the job is done. Religious Fanatics Burn American Flag Manila. Jan. 12.— UP)— A staff corre spondent of the Manila Tribune today reported religious fanatics who raided the central village of Tayug Sunday lowered and burned the American flag after capturing the city hall. “Fanaticism, spurned by red prop- ( ganda.” he added, “seems to have been the underlying motive of the conflict, in which several persons j were slain.” j BRITONS LIVE LONGER New York. Jan. 12.—(XP)—English men and Welshmen live longer than \ Americans* Studies by the Milbank memorial fund covering an eignt-year period show the American death rate ‘ for women aged 25 to 64 is more than ■ 30 per cent higher than the rate for j English and Welsh women. For men | the American mortality is at least 15 per cent higher. | CANADIAN PROMINENT DIES Montreal, Jan. 12.— (XP)— Angus Me- I Lean, of Bathurst, N. 8.. president of j the Canadian Chamber of Commerce, died today. i Colds are often serious. Never neglect a cold. Take the recognized standard remedy. Grove’s Laxative BROMO QUININE Tablets Oranges for Health Sunkist Oranges Sweet, Small, GQ per peck C Per 1-2 case .....$2.23 Per case 4.45 Atwoods Coffee (A 47'aC Value) Vacuum Tin, «|Q per lb. ..OVC GUSSNER’S Phone 1050 ft Modern White Gold Frames With comfortable pearl pads Only $4.50 Expert Eye Service at Greatly Eedneed Prices DR. MacLACHLAN’S Nature Cure Clinic o>. A. I. ANDERSOX Optometrist—Eye Specialist Vmemm Mlseft Wamrek THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. MONDAY, JANUARY 12, 1931 | Shaw Again Denies 1 He WiU Visit U. S. | I •> ■ j London, Jan. 12.— (XP) —Bernard Shaw has not changed his mind I about visiting the United States j and Monday he issued a denial of i reports that he would go there in i the autumn. “For 30 years,” he j said, “something like this has , been said three times a year and contradicted.” SCOUTASSOCIATTON WILL HOLD MEETING i Annual Leaders’ Dinner and Program to Be Held Monday at Presbyterian Church __ I Wesley Sherwin, president of the I Bismarck Scoutleader’s association, i announced that the annual meeting j will be held Monday night at 6:15 I o’clock at the First Presbyterian I church. AH scouts in Bismarck have been j invited to attend as well as any one | interested in Boy Scout work. A dinner will be served prior to j the meeting. Charles Liessman, chairman of the Bismarck district, and Supreme Court Chief Justice A. M. Christianson, president of the area council, will j make brief welcoming addresses, and I Dr. J. O. Arr.son will present to the group the plans of the leadership training committee for the training course soon to be started. Other features include the present ation of plans for Anniversary Week by Waldo Ellickson. a skit by the Bismarck Eagles, and group singing under the direction of Hal Dobler. Wesley Sherwin. deputy scout com missioner in charge of the troop rat ing plan, will present the monthly troop-rating banper to the troop winning it for December. The meeting will close with the ! election of association officers for 1 1931. Mild Wintry Weather Returns to Northwest St. Paul. Jan. 12.— (XP) —Winter weather conditions came back to the northwest Monday with a flourish of wind and snow that helped bring the autumn-like spell of recent weeks to an end in many sections. Thief River Falls was the coldest reporting point with three degrees below zero, while Winona was high with 24. North Dakota generally was colder than Minnesota. 10 degrees above zero at Williston being the highest and seven above at Bismarck and Mandan the lowest Bemidji had three inches of snow during the week-end. Snow fell Monday in the Twin Cities, Mankato, Albert Lea, Hibbing and Winona. FIGURE IN NOVEL WEDDING Oklahoma City, Jan. 12. (XP) I Aaron Fretz, 91, is going to seek the blessings of “old folks” on his latest [marriage. His bride, the former Ber | tha Eckert. 19. has three stepchildren i over 50 years old. BEAUTY HAS TRIPLETS j New York, Jan. 12.— (XP) —Beauty is! jthe mother of triplets, her children now numbering eleven. Beauty is in the zoo. She’s a lioness. ATTENTION: MASONS I Smoker at Masonic temple l tonight at 7:30. Cards and lunch. i Whom Rest Is Broken f Deal Promptly with Kidney I mn •fe'*!' Irregularities . ■ fF bothered with bladder irrita- R. \ \ -*■ tions, setting up at night and if : .. . constant backache, don’t take Jmi \ chances! 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The car will be equipped with six wire wheels, two on the front fender wells, window wipers, a trunk at the rear, Chrome xadiator grill, ma hogany grained garnish mouldings, and mohair or broad cloth uphol stery. The dance committee is composed of Col. Welch, chairman, E. B. Wil kinson, D. C. Moore, Claude Turner and H B. Parsons. The Shriners will use the proceeds of the dance to finance their trip to Cleveland, Ohio, where they will be the personal body-guard and escort of Esten R. Fletcher, Imperial Po tentate of Shrinedom, at the annual convention. The Mandan organization is only a year old, Indian costumes and Indian ceremonials are used in its ritual. The Mandan Shriners are rehearsing new ritual and arranging new cere monies for the national convention. There are 24 members in the group. Ticket sales for the dance will be gin sometime this week. Col. Welch, first chief of the organization, said. Booth Speaks Before Morton Farmer Group Dr. E. G. Booth, extension agrono mist of the North Dakota Agricultur al college, was the principal speaker at a meeting of Morton county farm ers Monday in the basement of the Farmer’s State bank at Mandan. R. C. Newcomer, Morton county agricul tural agent, was in charge of the meeting. Booth spoke on forage crops and methods for their production. He gave Put That Cold to Flight! Send it on Its Way in 6 Hours! When -you’re out-of-sorts, head achy. dizzy, bilious, with coated tongue, bad breath, no appetite or energy—don’t worry. It’s probably constipation Take a candy Cascaret tonight and see how quickly your trouble clears up. No more headache; no gas on stomach or bowels. Appetite im proves; digestion is encouraged. Take another tomorrow night and the next night. Get every bit of the souring waste out of your system. Then see how bowel action is regular and com plete. Cascarets are made from cascara, which doctors agree actually strength ens bowel muscles. Ten cents at all drug stores. —Adv. examples of several experiments con ducted at the United States North ern Great Plains Field station at Mandan. The first greeting was begun at 10 a. m. Monday and a second was held at 1 p. m. in the Mandan Chamber of Commerce rooms. FUNERALIRVICES HELD FORO’ROURKE Funeral services for Charles P. O’Rourke. 70, resident of Mandan for 50 years, were conducted Monday at St. Joseph’s Catholic church at Man dan. Rev. Father Hildebrand offi ciated. Burial was made in the Mandan Catholic cemetery. Mr. O’Rourke was bora June. 7, 1860, at Malone, N. Y. and came to Mandan at the age of 22. In 1889 he married Minnie Nichols at Man dan. O’Rourke opened a grocery store in Mandan in 1882 which he operated until 1918. He was interested in Morton county political circles for many years and was a member of the Morton county board of commission ers for 33 years. Most of that time he was chairman of the board. He leaves his widow; one son, John of Mandan; two brothers, R. B. of Mandan, and John of Malone, N. Y.; and one sister, Mrs. J. J. Murphy, also of Malone, N. Y. Mandan Schools Will Hold Semester Tests Starting Wednesday, Mandan’s public schools will begin their semes ter final examinations, according to J. C. Gould, superintendent of Man dan public schools. The examinations are scheduled to begin Wednesday with the majority of quizzes following on Thursday, Mr. Gould said. The senior high school will be the only exception to the semester exams. They will only be required to write tests covering the last six weeks’ pe riod. Monday, Jan 19, the first of a series of mid-year promotions will be made. New students who have just reached the age of six years will be allowed to enroll ‘and students completing their year's work satisfactorily in the school will be promoted, Gould de clared. Auto Crashes Into Mandan Lamp Post Ice on Mandan’s Main street caused the automobile driven by John From mel, Sherfif of Brown county, S. D., to crash into and break a lamp-post Saturday evening near the Mandan Mercantile company warehouse. The automobile was undamaged. Vernon E. Adkins, Aberdeen, who was riding with Frommel, was unhurt. ARRIVES’IN MANDAN Bob Meach, Minneapolis, arrived in Mandan Monday morning on a busi ness and pleasure trip. LEAVES ON BUSINESS E. R. Fryer, Mandan, left Monday J/ost JeriousZoss Ei in a tyuinmYire/ >jr£ Building, foods, equipment can all be replaced > but records that mean thou sands ofjiollars to your business must f fireproof safe. * ermanen^y H OW * are you protectai against your then only slow ly, combatting the heat most serious fire loss. ' energy and making ; n . Where do you keep the pa- HpHjjJß I effective, pers and documents that m m/M I r pmik « ,x,- , . mean thousands of dollar? I insulation °Art**M«tai n T? 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The directory has been printed, both on display cards and in pamphlet form, for the benefit of those having business with the various state de partments. * The posters will be displayed in hotel lobbies and other places of prominence for the benefit of visitors to the city. The complete directory follows. Second floor federal building: Gov ernor, commissioner of immigration and industrial commission. Memorial building on state capitol grounds—state auditor, treasurer, at- Never let a headache inter rupt your shopping! Or any other pain that Bayer Aspirin ends so quickly. These harm less tablets are an antidote for the most acute pain. Relief is almost instantaneous. Taken in time, they will break up a cold and head off discomfort. They'll relieve your suffering from neuralgia, neuritis, or the like, at any time. Thousands BAYER® ASPIRIN tomey general, land commissioner, li brary commission, historical society . and supreme court. Fleck’s 1 garage—Highway commis sion and state engineer. Durant garage—commissioner of in surance and state bonding dapart- Stalr’s garage—State hail depart- Annex hotel building—State tax commissioner. Lahr building—State railroad com mission and adjutant general. Webb building—Licensing depart ment of attorney general’s office. Second floor of Patterson hotel?-* Board of administration, superin tendent of public instruction, com missioner of agriculture and labor, state printer, mine inspector, chil dren’s bureau and bank examiner. Laskin building—Supply department and state purchasing agent. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TO LOOK your best have that per manent wave now. Guaranteed waves $5.00 and $6.50 at the Cal ifornia Wave Nook, 102 Third St., Bismarck. Phone 782. WANTED Sealed bids for hauling coal from railroad track to Bismarck Hospital coal bin. Bids to be opened January 14th. 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