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B.F. LAWYER NAMED
COSMOPOLITAN HEAD New Groi/p of Officers Elected By Service Organization Thursday Noon B. F. Lawyer was elected president off the Bismarck Cosmopolitan club at the luncheon meeting of the organiza tion Thursday noon. He succeeds' J. S. Fevold. Other officers elected were J.' M. Doyle, vice president; O. A. Convert, secretary; and Paul Knight, treasur er. These officers received the unan imous vote of the club. Dr. K. W. Morris was named to fill a vacancy on the board of directors. J. S. Fevold was named delegate to represent the local club at the nation al convention of the organization at Rapid City, S. D., next spring. Announcement that the club will give a Christmas pafty Wednesday, Dec. 23, was made at the luncheon. The party will consist of a dinner and Christmas program. It will be held in the Grand Pacific hotel, beginning at 6 p. m. Donations totaling (25 were made by club members to help in the “good fellowship" work planned by the As sociation of Commerce committee this Christmas. William Schwartz acted as song leader at the luncheon. Adolph Engelhardt, violinist, and Grace Duryee Morris, pianist, presented sev eral musical numbers. Nine Are Paroled by State Prison Board The state pardon hoard adjourned late Wednesday night, following a meeting at which nine prisoners were paroled. Approximately 50 appli cations for clemency were heard. The cases were those remaining on a calendar of 128, of which the majority were disposed of at a meeting earlier this month. The board granted five commutations, nine paroles, and deferred 14 cases. Twenty-six prisoners were denied clemency. One application was with drawn. Among the cases denied was that of Sam Kallel, 70, “lifer" whose case wns heard at the last meeting and action deferred. He was sentenced Jan. 12, 1922, from Pembina county for murder. Ten paroled prisoners made ap plication for restoration of citizen- 1,000 New Ties received yesterday from the best A trustworthy name should be on your Christmas Gift to Dobbs* Neckwear of rich distinc tion, made of rich imported silks. Ask him about Dobbs’ hats or neckwear. Dobbs’ Neckwear is too luxurious to be put in a so-called Christmas box. Dobbs’ Neckwear should be personally wrapped in fine tissue with a sprig of holly to carry the Christmas spirit. He can use a belt or a pair of braces for each pair of trousers. If It Comes from Bergeson’S, He Knows the Style and Quality Are Both There! Open y ClosedAllDay Evenings On Broadway, Opposite Postoffice | out our way ship but nine of them were deferred when the applicants failed to appear. The other, that of W. R. Shortridge who was sentenced from Morton county for second-degree murder, was denied. Bootlegger to Hear Sentence in January Fargo, N. D., Dec. 17.—(/PY—Ed Jen nings. Minneapolis, who pleaded guil ty in federal court here Wednesday to one of three counts in an indictment charging violations of the national li quor laws in connection with the oper- makers. $1 to $4.95 Pigskin Gloves $3.50 and $5.00 HIM Our robes are examples of the trend towards quiet, subdued pat terns in all wool flannel, monotone crepe silk or rich moire silk. $5, $8.50, $lO, sl2 RARE HANDKERCHIEFS 25c, 50c, 75c, sl, $1.50 each French linen or silks, with hand rolled edges. Cross-hatch border ed or end and end silks. ation tff a still near Casselton, will be sentenced by Judge Andrew Miller Dec. 28. Meanwhile Jennings is at liberty under SIO,OOO bond. Arthur Barenson ajud John Holser. charged jointely with Jennings and who had previously pleaded guilty, will be sentenced at 10 a. m. Saturday. TO BURY PIONEER Buxton, N. D., Dec. 17.—(/P)—Funer al services will be held today at the Grue Lutheran church near here for Guttorm B. Jacobson, 81, pioneer of this district who died Monday. Survivors include a sister, Lena, at Reeder, N. D. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17,1931 | Bathing Suits Are I Scanty This Year | Chicago. Dec. 17. (/P) The winter bathing suit is most eco nomical in material this year. The shops are showing a brassiere and a pair of scant trunks for those who swim. The idea Is to provide plenty of exposure for the sun light. It is estimated that 10,000 head of cattle will be finished for the beef market in Georgia this year. A Silk or Flannel Scarf will please him. $1.45 to $4.95 Interwoven Hosiery in the new 6 and 3 ribbed silks or silk and wools. Have you heard Jones & Hare, the Interwoven pair? Interwoven Hosiery boxed as you like at the new lower prices per pair. 35c, 50c, 75c, sl, $1.50 May we select for you a tie that we will guarantee he will enjoy wearing on Christmas and any other day during the year? 69c, sl, $1.50, $2, $2.50 Bismarck, N. Dak. By Williams Funeral for Mrs. A. Halver Is Conducted Funeral services for Mrs. Andrew Halver, who died of paralysis Sun day night, were conducted from Perry's Funeral Parlors Wednesday afternoon, with Rev. Walter E. Vater, pastor of the McCabe Methodist Episcopal church, officiating. Interment was made at St. Mary’s cemetery near the grave of her hus band, who died here six years ago. Pallbearers were H. H. Hafstrom, George M. Register, Ward Preston, Charles Gray, Charles Snyder, and County Judge I. C. Davies. Gray and Preston represented the Ameri can Legion. One of Mrs. Halver’s sons, Ray, died in France during the World War. Mrs. B. M. Dunn and Mrs. John A. Larson sang a duet during the rites and Mrs. Larson also sang a solo. They were accompanied by Mrs. F. M. Davis on the piano. Mrs. Halver was a member of the War Mothers and American Legion Auxiliary. She was 78 years old and had resided here for the last 16 years. She leaves three daughters, Mrs. A. C. Isaminger and Mabel Halver, Bismarck, and Mrs. L. R. Glanville, Van Hook, and one son, Ralph Halver, residing at Wing. CONVICTED OF CRUELTY Washington, Dec. 17.—(£*)—:Mr. and CHlHWTOffig.fr I 1928 Whippet Coach— I $175 Value. A 1 QQ I Sale price yl Jv Every One Absolutely Guaranteed Every car sold aC this sale is absolutely guaranteed to be as represented. In addition, our many years of Square Dealing in Bismarck assures every patron of Genuine Satisfaction. Every Car Purchased During This Sale Will Be Filled With Gas and Winter Oil. Sandin -Wilde Motors, Inc. Next Door Montgomery Ward & Co. 300 Fourth Street Phone 1500 All Cars Have Been Reconditioned and Are Ready to Go Mrs. Harry N. Riley were convicted Thursday in District of Columbia su preme court of cruelty to their 12- year-old daughter Edith. Witnesses testified the girl was kept for several years a prisoner in a dark closet in the Riley home here. Fire Causes Damage To Fort Lincoln Shed Fire of undetermined origin caused damage estimated at SSOO when it partially destroyed a quartermaster’s storage shed at Ft. Lincoln Wednes day night. The post fire brigrade extinguished the flames. Fort officers were at a loss as to what might have started the fire which destroyed a quantity of fooder and damaged the building. A fire at Thayer Avenue and 13th St. had been extinguished when the fire department arrived. The alarm was turned at 2:30 p. m. High Court Grants Writ to Garagemen The North Dakota supreme court Thursday granted W. L. Isensee, Far go garageman convicted at Fargo of arson and sentenced to three years in the North Dakota penitentiary, a cer tificate of probable cause which will What gifts! What bargains! What a chance to give somebody you care for (yourself included) the surprise of a lifetime! Select one of our fine used cars, pay a small deposit and take a year to com plete payments. You’ve never seen such values—and maybe they’ll never be repeated. Take advantage of them now! New Willys Six Sedan 1931, wire wheels, fully equipped, regular price $829.00. */*QQ Sale price «po*7o 1927 Whippet Sedan —A snap at $225. rf* “I QQ Sale price V <a 1929 Model 98 A Six* Cylinder Whippet Coach, $350 value. &o>fQ Sale price 1929 Essex Coach— Mechanically perfect, orig- I inal paint, S3BO dinivq I val., sale price vd* # H I 1929 Model 96 A Whip pet Coach, $375.00 value. Take It at our diAJA sale price vd* 4 * I */ 1928 Chevrolet Coach srr. $149 1930 Willys Deluxe Willys - Knight Sedan, model dtOQQ Coupe, with rumble seat. , B , r Mode| bpand ncw This is a real bargain, . . „ . a snappy model in ex- tlres - mechanically prr- I cellent condition. Per- feet. Getitatd>A/*Q J I feet paint job, motor in this sale price B a good running order. B permit him to be released on bail pending an appeal action. After five hours’ deliberation Tues day a jury returned its verdict and Judge W. J. Kneeshaw of Pembina pronounced sentence, setting bond at SB,OOO. Officers Elected by Country Club Here Selection of A. A. Mayer as secre tary Thursday completed the, roster of officers of the Bismarck Country club for the next year, it was announced by E. A. Thorberg, president. James Trimble is vice president of the organization and Dr. J. O. Arn son, A. W, Mundy, and E. B. Cox are directors. Officers were elected at the annual meeting of the club held recently. GOLD LETTERING Why not add a personal touch to your gifts of Books and Leather. The recipient whose name and address ap pears in Gold Letters on either such gifts is sure to prize them more highly. Place your order now with The Bismarck Trib une. Rent the Spare Room Through The Tribune Want Ads 1930 Nash Sedan— I A big value at &QQQ I $575, sale price vOOH I Sioux County Rancher Is in Jail at Fargo Fargo, N. D., Dec. 17. (AP) —F. C. Turner, Sioux county rancher, has been placed in the Cass county jail here to await sentence by Judge Andrew Miller in federal court on a contempt charge. Judge Miller ordered Turner's arrest last Satur day after Indians testified Turner had allowed his cattle to graze on the Standing Rock Reservation in defiance of a federal court order. Turner was arrested once before on the same charge and fined SSOO. Rent the Spare Room Thru The Tribune Want Ads TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY CHRISTMAS Special. Our regular $5.00 California combination per manent wave, $3.75 including sham poo and finger wave. California Wave Nook, 102 Third St. Phone 782. $5.00 Per Month Wiirtn. dry. clean Mtorugc. Sate your car's* fin lull, u|iliol*terr and general condition. l T ae our Stor- age. M. It. GILMAN CO. 2nd and Bdwy. Phone SOS Dodge and Plymouth Distributor* 1929 Model 96 A Whip pet Roadster, $325.00 val ue. Sale I QQ Price. 1 ©27 1929 Essex Coach— Five passenger, another good $350 buy. Snnp Sale price Vmmm 1929 Nash Coach— s32s (hi QO Value ... vH/O 7 Bismarck, N. D.