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BY LION PRESIDENT Members Invited to Visit Cabin Camp Owned by J. P. Spies on Missouri Permanent committees for 1931- 1932 were announced by President W. E. Parsons at the regular luncheon meeting of the Lions club Monday noon. Seventeen committees were named. J. P. Spies invited members of the organization to be guests at his cabin camp on the Missouri river 10 miles north of Bismarck next Monday night. Members will meet at the Grand Pacific hotel at 6:30 p. m., and proceed to the camp by car. Entertainment was provided by Clarion Larson, who gave several piano selections, assisted by a trio composed of George Moses. French horn: Robert Miller, comet; and Mel vin Thorson, comet. Casper Guten berg also rendered several numbers on his piano accordion. W. C. Todd. Grand Forks, was a guest of the club. Members of committees appointed by President Parsons arc: Membership—G. A. Dahlcn, J. P. Spies and Walter Pomeroy. Major activities—D. E. Shipley, Dr. A. M. Fisher and Obert Olson. Finance —H. E. Hanson. S. A. Floren and A. Duerre. Constitution and by laws—C. D. Dursema, Sophus Robertson and A 1 Mayer. Attendance Jack McLaughlin, William Doty and Anton Johnson. Education—E. O. Bailey, I. C. Da vies and J. A. Solien. Publicity—H. C. Wilde. Lief Fugclso end Archie Johnson. Extension—Harry Woodmansee, R. S. Enge and Thomas Hall, Jr. “No Drops”—A. Anderson, J. L. Powell and Gerald Richholt. Civic improvements—Fred Peterson, T. G. Plomasen and W. S. Ayers. Boys’ and Girls’ welfare—F. E. Mc- Curdy, Roy Neff and A. C. Isaminger. House—W. B. Couch. R. L. Melville and Milton Rue. Public health—Dr. F. B. Strauss. A. L. Bavone and Neil Willard. Public relations—Ray Stair, E. B. Klein and C. W. Leifur. Music Henry Adolph Engelhardt. Reception—W. P. Parsons, Dr. F. R Strauss, D. E. Shipley and W. S., Ayers. , Halverson and flUjig DICKS— TKa'yer TWO StOfGS l « nth Phone 279 phone 878 August Food Sale To keep the leadership of the very greatest values of fered by any Bismarck grocer we bring these special prices to you. soap 5c PURITAN MALT 87 C SALMON fTWffn, Each 29c COFFEE Empress “V,rTT™sl.7s MILK STcm. 23c PORK AND BE ANS 2i°Ts« L “* e . 49 c A TIT* Lar se Cans. Just think! 11c a can OO * Ik it A U 1 for large Kraut. 3 cans OJC ORANGES 29c Wednesday, Thursday and I. a. De Luae coffee Friday 1 vacuum tin BUTTER,S, 1 ”. . roll 22 c 43 c PDnAMC All colors. They match your kitchen (*a DiiUUluo co ior scheme. 11.00 values 02/ C FREE—Bridge Table Set—Enamel Ware—FREE With each 50c purchase at either of these two stores you re oeive a ticket entitling you to a chance on a bridge set consist ing of an attractive bridge table and four chairs and a PS-piece enamel ware kitchen assortment, Campbell’s TOMATO SOUP 2T 22 c BITTLEBROsI PACKING CO. 'nc ■ V. S. INSPECTED MEATS PHONE ■ H EAT MORE MEAT 332 ■ EDNESDAY AND THURSDAY SPECIALS ■ K CHOPS I) cho, “.‘ ut, • 17c I F, FRESH GROUND, lb 15c I ND STEAK 24c I 3 BOLOGNA EV??. 14c I (FEET 12ic I r AGE CHEESE 121 c | “Special Price* to Threshers” mil * —v • ’ | OUT OUR WAY / -TVaeTs »T,e-HFPY —BP»KiGr \ eOME o‘ “TFV o»ptT we. V *Tbov< oor from numder ■ “T-aeT Bed am' Pot \f uwder # "Tv-ais'm /Boot waer t-v h»ps i COMtS A LOT OF »T. , / OM SAW / MA-AM —-fVAETE I \ TiA* oTAER LAOV& bed —/ \ vne'RE AFtxtM’ “tf-WS'M y \J=EP VOO* ti'iiwit Lm.U.UKa* °^ P i^CUlliT^WfVK^^c,. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR RENT—Three rooms in a mod ern home. Can be used for sleep ing or light housekeeping. Call after 6 p. m. at 418 2nd Street. Phone 977. TEMPORARY or permanent work wanted at once by experienced girl stenographer. Phone 882-M or write Box 207 City. FOR RENT—By Aug. 7th two light housekeeping rooms, furnished. Pri vate entrance; $25.00. Call at 318 Bth or phone 834-J. OR RENT— 7 -room nouse; Tmnv ate possession. 718 Main Ave. Stocks of Wheat Show Sharp Drop Washington, Aug. 4.—(ff)—Stocks of 1930 wheat in interior mills and elevators on July 1 were estimated by the agriculture department Tuesday at 30,552,000 bushels. J.C. PENNEY GQ DiPARTMINT • ft T O R f 113*115 Fourth Street Bismarck, N. Dak, Final Clearance Summer Silk Dresses Every Summer Dress must go — Our stocks must soon be ready for Fall Openings Repriced for quick clearance 1 s2»o and S4OO Come Early as these dresses won't last long at these prices. See them in our window and then come up to our ready-to-wear de partment on the second floor and convince yourself of these, un heard of values. S^IiMSKMSi THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1931 By Williams NOTICE TO TEACHERS The annual Teacher*’ Examination for first ant second elementary eer tlfleates will he held on Thursday aad Friday, August 13 and 14, hewlaatng promptly at Bi3o each morning. Ex aminations will be held In the court room on the third floor o* the court house. MARIE HI RER, Co. Supt. 8/4-10 MWHNNMMOMIIMNMMMM ILLNESS IS FATAL TO HURDSFIELD MAN William Thompson, 51, Dies in Bismarck From Effects of Kidney Ailment William Thompson, 61, Hurdsfield grain man for the last 28 years, died in Bismarck at 12:15 Tuesday morn ing following a two-week's illness from kidney disease. He leaves his wife afid two daugh ters, Myrtle and Juanita, all of Hurdsfield. Born in Pennsylvania, Thompson came to Pingree at the age of 21 to take a position as a telegraph opera tor. Five years later, he moved to Hurdsfield to engage in the grain business and was still active as-a grain buyer when taken ili two weeks ago. Funeral services will be held in Hurdsfield Friday at 2:30 p. m. Masons from the Carrington lodge will attend the services in a body. Burial will be at Hurdsfield. Eugene Fevold Gets Winchester Award Eugene Fevold, 12-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Fevold, 514 Fifth St., has been made the recipient of the Walter H. Winchester Memorial award for proficiency in arithmetic, Mrs. Nellie Evarts, deputy county su perintendent of schools, announced Tuesday. By the terms of the contest, nine eighth-grade students are chosen each year to compete for the prize in a special examination. Three are 'fc'* I "TOASTING" expels I I SHEEP-DIP BASE naturally I I (Black, biting, harsh irritant chemicals) I I present in every tobacco leaf I ~ | ' 18HHra||||:. II *?£ “ u ’V; v ■ mt A >• & v " , °‘..ixj S* Every LUCKY STRIKE is made if the finest tobacco leaves the world can >ffer —the finest from Turkey—the finest rom Kentucky,Tennessee, Virginia,Georgia ind the Carolinas—the Cream of many ~rops throughout the world. But all tobacco eaves, regardless of price and kind, as nature produces them, contain harsh rritants. LUCKY STRIKE’S exclusive 'TOASTING” Process—a process that nellows, that purifies, that includes the use )f the modem Ultra Violet Ray—expels certain harsh irritants naturally present in every tobacco leaf. We sell these expelled irritants to manufacturers of chemical com* pounds, who use them as a base in making sheep* dip*, as well as a powerful spraying solution for fruits, flowers and shrubs— enough to permit the daily dipping of over 50,000 sheep or the daily spraying of many* thousands of trees. Thus,you are sure these irritants, naturally present in all tobacco leaves, are not in your LUCKY STRIKE. “They’re out—so they can't be in 1” No wonder LUCKIES are always kind to your throat. *l7. S. Dept, of Agriculture, Bureau of Animal Industry, Order No. 210 “It’s toasted" Including the use of Ultra Violet Rays Sunshine Mellows—Heat Purifies Your Throat Protection against Irritation —against cough taken from Bismarck and six from the county schools. The sum of $25 is awarded to the winner of the ccm test as a memorial to the late H. Winches ter. At one time county superintend ent of schools, Judge Winchester maintained an active interest in the Burleigh schools during his long service on the district bench. In selecting the winner the follow ing points were considered: Clearness of expression, (showing arithmetical reasoning); accuracy and care in de tails, and neatness. The Flavor is )ust Right POLICE QUELL RIOTING against eviction of a family from a Minneapolis, Aug. 4.— (JP)— Nearly 50 house. police officers and six gun squad cars were called out to quell a disturbance Germany produces more than 2,000 of more than 100 persons protesting varieties of sausage. You CanAlntost Set Him Grow! 1 I Look at that smile I And does he love his J^J# I milk! Yes, a quart a day since mother began t*W I puttingintwoteaspoonfulsofThompson’s fern • / “Double Malted” (chocolate flavor). It hm / changed him almost over night—all due to flm I the digestive help of the double enzymes in ff m I Thompson’s “Double Malted.” J|dfl / Perfect digestion is vital to children; they Bm / must eat and digest more than grown folks jN# _ / in order to grow. Thompson’s “Double fiW Lu Cc / Malted" digests five times its own weight •*» / of other foods. This helps young, growing f'm Thompson** ft / bodies toget full benefit from the food they ; # «°us Lift tin • / eat. Then they eat more—hence gain in if # Chart 6 feet high. / height, weight, energy. Thompson’s prao A,;# eh e l |s r t ”? i k / tica/ly doubles the food value of milk— is .if md weight. Keep / rich in food elements that develop strong /*# them abovt eversie I / bones, teeth, firm flesh, sturdy muscles, i # Chert ahowa veu / Resolve that your child shall have the tre» how and helps you. / mendous advantage of a vigorous body. '■■■■/ “If * Sf. 1 *? / Order Thompson’s “Double Malted" J MaltedMdkCompany. from your druggist or grocer now. jpjW W«uke*h*. Wisconsin. CHOCOLATE MALTED MILK MixecHn a Minute at Home The finest to bacco quality plus throat protection. ill <£ 1821, The Amerleea Tebic.cs Cs . ICSes. Lucky Stri Dance Orchesfi every Tuesdt Thursday a\ Saturday event over N.B.C. " works* . i*J> | L ..