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IHURJIDAT.
Hoop's for Jboalen.
Mrs: W1 A. Stuff, leaves tonight
for a vacation7 trip to Minneapolis
and southern Minnesota to visit rel
atives. J--/1./.
-Mrs. Margaret Glqason and Mrs.
Worsley were gueBts. of Mr.' and Mrs.
L. W. McMplIen, Wednesday. They
iwere enroufe- from Ruthvan, Iowa,
to their home in Dickinson.
Miss Louise Endres, who has been
connected with -the Orlady dress mak
ing parlors for sometime, has return
ed to her home three miles southwest
of Bremen. She expects to locate,
at New Rockford.
Mrs. E. Anderson and daughter
Mi
S3 Esther, former Jamestown res
ident, now of Waukesha, Wisconsin,
are expected in the city Tuesday and
will be the guests of the Alson Wells
family for three weeks.
Mrs. J. A. Jardine, Miss Clara Poil
lock and Mrs. E. R. Wright of Far
go were arrivals by auto the first of
the week and are guests at the Nierl
ing cottage at Spiritwood lake of
Mesdames Don Nierling and J. J.
Nygaard.
Mrs. CoriMcCarthy of Milwaukee,
who spent several days with the
Harry Wolf family at the lake, left
last evening for the-coast. Mrs. Mc
Carthy .is an aunt of Mrs. Wolf and
tins was her first visit to Mrs. Wolf
in 12 years.
Among the losers in the hail storm
of Tuesday was Harry Wolf, who lost
a quarter section of barley, which
was put in by Frank. Brown. Mr.1
Wolf states that there was hardly a
straw standing on the whole field.
He had state insurance.
Mrs. Stephen Calvelage entertain
ed eight-guests at her home at Elm
hurst Gardens, Wednesday afternoon.
Dinner was served at six o'clock af
ter which the party was joined by
eight more guests and the evening
was spent in playing progressive
whist and other games.
Mrs. Alson Wells and daughter
Margaret, accompanied by Mrs.
Wells' sister, Mrs. C. L. Buttles, son
George and daughters Frances and
Gladys, of Fargo, left by auto today
for Ashley, where they will be the
guests of the Wm. Mensing family.
They will return Sunday night.
Mrs. Carroll Scholfield, of Wah
kon, Minnesota, is the guest of Miss
Mae Farley today. Mrs. Scholfield^
formerly Iva Cobb, with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cobb, former
Cleveland residents came to the coun
try, by auto and will return to their
home at Lake MacLac, tomorrow.
Mrs. W. E. Berner and Mrs. Glenn
Berner, have returned from a three
weeks trip to Vancouver, the Good
noe hills, and Yellepit, Wash. At the
latter place they visited the form
er's sister Mrs. Frank Barrett and
family. Enroute both ways they vis
ited the James Scott family at Liv
ingston:
The John'B. Fried Ci5v unloaded
a 20-40 Rumely Oil Pull tractor to
day to be delivered to Peter \Fr led,
of Fried, North Dakota, fherefjs al
so a 16-30 Oil Pull with'28-*4Rtime
•1 It separator and' ia 12-20 Rumely-QiLjr
Pull With 22-36 Ruhlely separator
on the track near the city hall, for
the John B. Fried Co.
Misses. Elizabeth, Cara and Har
riet and Masters Harold and Gordon
Gillette and Miss Mary Rulon left
last night for Pelican Lake, Minn
being accompanied by Mr. Gillette,
who will return" tonight. The Gillet
te children will spend a month with
their uncle, Herbert. Bamford, while
Miss Mary Rulon will return Satur
day evening.
Miss Christine Finlayson was one
of the guests at a pre-nuptial hon
or given at Bottineau this week for
Miss Maribn Cathro, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. F. W. Cathro, whose marri
age to Roy Weston of Valley City
takes place this week. The affair
also took the form of a Teunion of
all the Bottineau members of the
Alpha Phi sorority.
A number of the members of the
Merry Rambler Club spent the week
end at Spiritwood Lake last week.
Bathing, boating and fishing were
enjoyed during the outing. Those
attending were Mesdames Andrew
Loram, Alvin Past, L. H. Mork, Ev
erett Tord'off, Charles Daily, Ed
Barnhart and Miss Clara Durkan,
Mistf Marie Lacey of Carrington was
A
guest oiTSunday.
Misses Laura and Nellie Cootey
have returned from a ten weeks visit
at points in California and Washing
ton. "While in California they atend
e dthe Shrine convention at San Fran
cisco. They returned via the Canad
ian Pacific, stopping/ at Banff, Van
couver and other points of interest.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cootey returned
about a week ago from California,
coming via the N.P.
The Buick car takbn at Wimbledon
by Sheriff Larson of Valley City on
July 29,. and one which ^was thot to
have been that stolen frqm Father
Geraghty of this city, has been ident
ified by the' Pence Automobile Co.,
at Minneapolis. The sheriff got in
touch with the company and was in
formed the'machine had been stolen
from Minneapolis on July 7th. A
deputy from Hennepin county is ex
pected in Valley City to take back
to Minneapolis Stacejr Gjersten and
Jos Auerbacti", who have been held in
the Valley City Jail for stealing the
tcar.
Miss Grlmstad and Miss Klinski,
two 'students at the VAHey City, nor
mal, nanrowly escaped asphyxiation
this week at the R. B. Lowe bomb in
Valley City. Mr. and Mrft-HLowe,
former Jamestown residentsvwere a
way and the girls,., had been using
the stove and evidently did not~ tarn
the burner off. when they came
down stairs in the morning the
house was filled with gas fpmeB and
Miss Grlmstad was overcome.
Neighbors had difficulty in reaching
ttie stove as the bouse wp complete
ly filled with gas. Theypung wo
men are recovering niqalyf
fo celebrate his recoveryfroin an
broken leg about, twenty-seven hoys
and girl griends' werB invited to the
Lawler residence, 723, north 6th
avenue, yftterday afternoon, for a
very enjoyable party. Many games
Were played, and vast amounts of ice
cream .and cake consumed. Each
youngster wad presented with a toy
balloon by Mrs. Merton Orr, and the
balloons added much to the. liveli
ness of the, party. Mrs. Lawler was
assisted by Mrs. Henry Ashe.
FRIDAY.
Mrs. J. M. W&deson left today for
an over Sunday stay at Fargo.
V Mrs. Julius Johnson and children
left Tuesday for St. Paul where they
will spend three weeks visiting rela
tives and friends.
Dr. £nd Mrs. C. A. Henderson leave
tomorrow for an auto trip to South
Dakota, Iowa, Chicago, Milwaukee,
Madison and the twin cities.
Mrs. John Steinmetz, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Clarence Mraz at
the home of John G. Bensch, has
returned to her home at St. Paul.
Mrs. Julius Kuelwatz left last ev
ening for Appleton, Minn., called
by the death of her son-in-law, Den
nis'Maher, a former resident of
Jamestown.
Frank Lindh, who has been spend
ing two weeks with his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. G. Lindh, left yesterday
for Chicago. He will spend a few
days in Minneapolis' enroute.
Mr. and Mrs. H. J., Peterson and
two childen left by auto today for
a week's trip to Fargo and Detroit.
Paul Obermiller will "be in charge of
the Ruby theatre dufing Mr.' Peter
son's absence.
Mrs. Mary Day, of Fargo, is spend
ing several days in the city the guest
of her sisters, Mrs. Tracey and Mrs.
Wicks. She will attend the meeting
of the W.C.O.F. at Orlady hall this
evening/ at which time her daughter
Miss Luella Day, will be initiated.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Coleman and
daughter, Miss Mary, autoed to Val
ley .City yesterday to attend the fun
eral of Mrs. John Collins, former res
ident of that city, who died the first
of thd week at Bozeman, Montana.
Mrs. Collins is an aunt of Mr. Cole
man
Mrs. McClellan Wihpkey,. nee
Frances Kurth, entertained a" com
pany of twenty friends last evening
at a picnic dinner in Nickeus park.
Due to the raiin the tables were set
in the band stand. The guests includ
ed the Bachelor Girls Club and other
friends.
Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Hancock have
returned from an auto trip to Wolf
Point, Montana, where they were call
ed by the death of Mjrs. Hancock's
father, A. G. Clayton. They were ac
companied home by Mr. and Mrs. L.
M. Clayton and son, who are enroute
to Aberdeen.
Mrs. John Curry, daughter and son
Margaret Ann, and John, left yester
day for Los Angeles. Mr. Curry and
daughter Jane will remaift here un
til the first of the year-, when they
will also go to Los Angeles. Miss
Jane will make her home with her
aunt, Mrs. Guy Simmons.
Rain interferred seriously with
the picnic given by the Ernest De
l^Qftfrteoj^JPost 'cg-tfig Aqiep
can Legion, Thursday I evening15 in
Klaus Park. The ladies of the Bap
tist church had prepared a bountiful
picnic supper and the members of
the Woman's Auxiliary were the
guests of the Legionaires. The
threatening weather cut down the
attendance to about fifty, and it was
necessary to postpone the regular
meeting of the post which was to
have been held following the picnic.
SATURDAY.
Miss Norma Lindahl leaves tonight
for Minneapolis to spend her vaca
tion.
Dr. W. C. Nolte and family left by
auto this morning for a trip to Iowa
points.
Paul Conlin of St. Paul has arriv
ed for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. How
ard Conlin.
A son was born yesterday after
noon at Ypsilanti to Mr. and Mrs.
Mike Hefferman.
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Rowan left
today for HiUsboro, where they will
spend their vacation.
A daughter was born at Trinity
hospital yesterday Afternoon to Mr.
and Mrs. Gottlieb Witt.
Miss Alice Buckley of Spokane,
Washington is the guest of her cou
sin, Mrs. Robert Dinehart.
Miss VeronaMurphy of Reynolds
N. D., is the guest of. Miss Catherine
Klaus at the Gladstone Hotel.
For Sale— Large regulation U. S.
Army Squad' Tent, complete with
center pole—Chas. E. Harmon.
Mr. and Mrs. George Beaumont
left by auto today for Minneapolis,
where~~~they. will spend two weeks.
Misses Genevieve and Lucy Mattsoh
leave tomorrow forNWinnipeg, where
they will spend their two weeks va
cation.
Miss Bernette Pouliot, of Knauf
and Knauf's has gdhe to her home at
Red Lake Falls, Minn., for a two
weeks vacation.
For Sale Cheap^—Schaeffer piano
in excellent condition. Price $150.00
Terms can be given to the right par
ty—Chas. E. Harmon.
Robert Boyden", is at Fargo the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutchr
in
son. /He will be absent two wpeks
and' spend sometime at tbe lak^s,
Miss" Lunetta Wright, daughter of
Sheriff and Mrs. Dana Wright, haB
gone to Bismarck to be the guest of
Miss Muriel Robinson for two weeks.
A number- of Jamestown' people
went tp Pijigree this morning by au
to to attepd'the funeral of the late
M- H.* K}nn&ne, wh'a died in that
town late Tueft(iay.\
Mrs.
lB.
T. $roughton, who has
spent two months at Donald, Ore
gon, witlr her JwotlWr Prank* Colby,
former Jamestown resident, is ex
pected home tofitstft./
Minnie Bui^ett ba# returned
where they have been for. some time
visiting Mr McElrby's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. E. McEIroy.
Miss Anna Bronson has gone to
Fresno, Calif., to spend several
week's with her brother, Dr. Bronson.
She was accompanied to Minneapolis
by Mrs. W. W. Turner.
Wm. Broughton is now connected
with the state highway commission
with headquarters at Minot and Mrsv
Broughton and little daughter ex
pect to jqin him in about two weeks.
Mrs. P. J. Coleman and daughter
Miss Ma,ry and Betty Mulroy, left to
day for' Minot to spend two weeks
with relatives. They drove to Cour
tenay this afternoon, going via the
Soo to Minot.
Mrs. C. Merry of Riverside, Cal., and
Mrs. S. L. Procter, formerly of
Jamestown, wb,o have been visiting
in the city, left this morning for Bis
marck, where they will be guests of
Mrs. R. L. Best.
A son was born July 25 at Huron,
South Dak6ta, to Rev. and Mrs. E.
W. Pigion of that city. Mrs. Pigion
was formerly Miss Marie Lindgren,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lind
gren, of this city. The new arrival
l\as been named George Henry.
W. L. Dean of Aberdeen, South
Dakota, was in Jamestown today
from Sydney, his former residence.
He states that Tuesday's hail that
caused much loss near Sydney and
in Foster county, also hit South Da
kota paints at"Hecla, and near Ab
erdeen.
Miss Gwendolyn Holcomb spent
yesterday at Mandan. She was ac
companied to that city by Master
Rbbert Henderson, who will be the
guest of his grandparents, Dr. and
Mrs. A. O. Henderson, during the ab
sence of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C.
A. Henderson, who left yesterday on
an eastern auto trip.
Attorney S. E. Ellsworth of James
town, N. D., who is a member of the
executive committee of the American
Bar association, is in attendance at
the San Francisco meeting. Mr. Ells
worth will stop on his wa,y home for
a short visit at the home of his
daughter, Mrs. R. P. McLaughlin,
at Idaho Falls, Idaho.
Miss Vera Wadeson returned yes
terday from a three weeks trip to
New York. She was accompanied
by a friend from Willi§ton and her
cousin, Miss Ella Slattery, the later
remaining in Washington, D_C. with
her sister, Miss Anna Slattery. The
trip east was made over the. Great
Lakes, while the return was by rail.
Miss Anna K. Peterson of St. Paul
Minntsota, is spending a couple of
weeks in this city visiting her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Tfiust Peterson. Miss
Peterson has spent the past three
years in Salvation Army work and
was stationed at Des Moines, Iowa,
and Chicago for some time. She is
now bookkeeper at a Salvation Army
hospital in. St. Paul.
Misses Maude O'Donnell, Bertha
Brainerd and Lena Schmidt have re
turned from an auto trip to the lak
es and parTcs in northern Minnesota.
They were 'joined at^ Fergus Falls
by Miss Emma Thompgon. The par
ty spent some time at Lake Minne
tonka, guests, of J^iss Clara Mae
Ward,. !fai(meny- musical director of
t|ie ^aoieptpvtgi 'public schools.
District Manager Peter Olsen of the
A.O.U.W., spent the night in James
town looking over "Workman lodge
affairs and continuing the life long
penuchle contest with Andrew Haas.
Few Dakotans have a longer resi
dence in this state than Peter Olson,
who-came to Fargo in 1874, nearly
49 years ago. Moorhead then was
larger than Fargo. Mr. Olson's
father-in-law, Matt Hemmes, drove
the stage to Pembina before that
date. V
With the heading "Julius Johnson
finds charming bride on 'Banks of
Wabash Far Away.' The LaMoure
Chronicle has the following account
of a wedding in that city Monday:
A romance which had its beginning
at Jamestown a year ago, blossomed
into full fruitian Mqnday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, when Julius Johnson of
this city and^Miss Mabel Hiirsch of
Wabash, Indiana, were united in
marriage. he ceremony was per
formed by Rev. B. A. teurns at the
M. E. parsonage, and shortly, after
its conclusion the happy couple de
parted on a motoring honeymoon
trip to Jamestown. Mr. .and Mrs.
Johnson will probably make their
home in LaMoure.
A wedding of interest to James
town residents as well as" those ot
Wimbledon and the northern part or
the county jtil ltake place at the
Gi*iace Episc&pal church, Jamestown,
Monday morning at 11 o'clock, when
Miss Sophie, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Flagler of Wimbledon
becomes the bride ot James Macoin
ber'of New York City. Rev. C. P.
Drew will read the service, and Mrs.
E.. F. Rexfojd, a sister of the bride
to be, of Hollywood, Calif., will be
matron of honor. Following the
weeding Mr. Macomber and bride will
leave for a wedding trip to include
Glacier Park and will be at home at
New York City, where he is engaged
as a mech&vlal engineer. Among
those who will be present for the
wedding are Mr. Macbmber's mother
and brother, Mrs. A. M. Macomber
and Foster Macomber, Mrs. Willard
Vale, and Mrs. George Burhans of
Poughkeepsie, New York, who have
been guests of the Flagier family at
Spiritwood Jake for' the past week.
Mr. Macomber and Miss Flagler met
several years ago while spending, the
winter in California.
UONDAV.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Waller^ and
Lambert Sipith autoed to Aberdeen
Saturday for an over Sunday stay*
S. M. eleven, fprnjerly of the "Ja
cobspn shoe hospitals but now of
Valley City, w&s a visitor in-the
city yesterday.
Miss- Dprothy Hayes has gone to
Bismarck to be the gfaest of Mlsa
Ifininp Hjiber, former J.C:- student"
for three weeks. s
'Mr. and Mrs' J- A. Grafcam of ills'
mat'et we?6 in tbe ci^y Friday en
ALERT
Rev. Lohg residence to Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Klink ft Dazey. The new ar
rival wfeighed 10 pounds.
Mrs. Jack Nielson and little daugh
ter Delora, returned to Nortonville
this morning after a several days
stay at the E. Muphy home.
H. "A. Harrison left last night for
Minneapolis to receive treatment fOl
an injured eye. He was accompan
ied by his' daughter, Miss Gertrude
Harrison.
The wedding of Miss Sophie Flag
ler of Wimbledon and James Macom-
Mr! and Mrs. Harry Morris are ex
pected home tonight from Barrett,
Minnesota, where the latter has spent
five weeks at her former home. Mr,
Morris drove to Barrett Friday last.
The government therometer at the
State Hospital registered 97 degrees
above zero Sunday afternoon, sever
al private thermometers registering
several degrees more, man this figure.
Mrs. W. G. Ashworth of the
Kuauf block, has as her guests Mr.
and Mrs. George Evans of Seattle,
wh0 will spent a few weeks here be
fore going on to Minneapolis. Mrs.
Ashworth and Mrs. Evans are sisters.
The little Misses Margaret and li
ma Montgomery, daughters of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Montgomery of Min
ot, are in the city to spend two weeks
with their grand father M. P. Morris
and family, and Harry Morris and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Sweezey
are receiving a visit from the lat
ter's mother, aunt and uncle and
family,,Mrs. A. Stjednquist, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Nyberg," Misses Ruth and
Elvira and Harold and Wilbur Ny
berg, .all of St. Paul. They came by
auto and will be in the city several
days.
A baseball fan, who had employ
ed one of the drivers of the Capital
taxi line to take him to the game
Sunday, attempted to drive the car
thru "Lover's Lane" while the driv
er had come up town, for a lunch,
the driver returning to find his car
at the bottom of one of the grades
with a badly smashed top. It is un
derstood that the fan agreed to pay
for the damages to the car.
Mrs. John T. Curry and children
were caught in the tie-up of trans
continental traffic out of Salt Lake,
due to the walkout by "Big Four"
railroad brotherhood members, which
tied up the Santa Fe and Western
Pacific lines. Mrs. Curry enroute
to California wired Mr. Curry their
train was held at Ogden, but they ex
pected to be sent on over the South
ern Pacific, the one road still open.
Mrs. L. B. Nashold and brotherf
Peter'and John Peterson left last
night on the lat6"train for St. Paul
called by the death of their brother
in-law, Robert Becker, who died of
•injuries received in the wreck at
Annandale, Minn., last Saturday
night. Mr. Becker was a mail clerk
on the passenger train which struck
a truck, and died of his injuries Sun
day afternoon.
Mrs. C. W. Hoffman and daughters
Beruice and Elverti, went to Grand
Forks last week-for the wedding of
Mrs. Hoffman's sfeter, Miss Emma
Gensrick, and Harry A.. Freeberg,
the later of, Paio AltO, Calif. The
wedding took place Thursday after
noon at the home of the bride's
mother, Mrs. F. A. Gensrick. The
bride is a graduate of the Mayville
normal and a former student at the
state university. Mr. and Mrs. Free
berg will reside at Palo Alto.
Miss Gertrude May of the Farmers
and Merchants Bank, and her mother
jMrs. J. A. May of Dickey, left al
noon today for WeV York City. They
will sail on the 19th on the S.S. Hom
eric for Cherbourg, France. They
will stop at Paris before going to
the Argonne cemetery where Fred
May, brother of Miss May, is buried.
They will also spend some time in
England and may tour Germany and
Italy, expecting to be absent, three
months.'
Minot News—The Rev. and Mrs.
T. A. Olsen and daughters, aMrgar
et and Faith, have just returned from
a motor trip to Yellowstone park.
They were gone two weeks. Mrs.
Olsen has been absent from Minot
about seven weeks, first visiting rel
atives and friends in Portland, Seat
tle and Vancouver. Upon her return
to Mi^ot she found that her family
were on the point of leaving for the
park so she joined them for another
western trip.
A wedding of interest to St.
Johns academy students and others
took place at Carrington last Wed
nesday' -when Miss Jane Morris,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Price Mor
rsi of that city became the bride of
Charles Winum of Akron, Ohio. The
services was read by Father Hart at
the Sacred Heart parsonage. A
brother and sister, Will Morris and
Miss Katherine Morris .were the brid
al attendants. Mr. and Mrs. Winum
left for Atlantic City by way of Min
neapolis and Chicago, where they will
spend a month's honey moon.- Mr.
and Mrd. Winum will be at home at
Akron at the Hills-Chateau after
October 1. The bride and her sis
ter Miss Katherine, are graduates of
St. Johns "academy and both have
been teaching in the public schools
of Akron.
Mrs. I. M. Freese returned Satur
day night-from a five weeks trip to
Columbus, Cleveland and Younstown.
phe was ^accompanied home by her
nieca Miss Nabmi Richey, who will
make her borne here, At Minneap
olis they-were joined On the home
trip. by Miss Madelynne McCurry,
Who hae spent five- Weeks at Still
water Minnesota, with relatives.
While ~iit Columbus, Mrs. Freese atr
tended a family, reunion, foUr broth
ers apd slaters being present, and
during the time tbey had as their
guests Mr. and- Mrs. Dennis McFar
land and^soh'of Sandpoint, Idaho,
fortaier Jamestown residents, who
w6r6. enfoute home' from a business
and' trip to New York: City.
frs.pleasuresiieht
rsiyFreqse a day ov two with
iPranl^Synder and son JobA,
fOrmer^amestbwnites, at Cleveland,
storms in Ohio and Indiana last
week with thousands of acres of corn
completely ruined, and not a stalk
standing in some fields. The winter
wheat crop had been harvested be
fore the Btorms.
TUESDAY.
ber of New York City will take placei are visiting at the home of their son
tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock at
the Grace Episcopal church.
.Until further notice the dental of
fices of Jamestown will close Satur
day afternoons.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagerman and
daughter, Kate, of Danville, Illinois,
and brother, L. J. Hagerman of this
city.
Mrs. R. K. Borden, who has been
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. E.
Boyden, left for her home in Bir
mingham, Alabama, Monday, called
by the serious illness of her son.
Miss Ollie Ruud has returned from
Chicago and resumed her position
with the Farmers and Merchants Na
tional Bank. Miss Ruud spent two
months in Chicago taking a course
in liglit opera.
Peter E. Dahl and family of Ken
sal spent the day in this city looking
after business matters. They have
recently returned from Los Angeles,
California, where they have spen,
the past three years.
A. Balstar, who resides three mil
es north of town has just finished
threshing three acres of barley from
which he got 189 bushels of grain*
This grain is entirely free from wild
oats and was sowed early in spring.
Little Agnes Elizabeth, infant
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Wiese, died at the home of her par
ents Saturday, August 12, following
an illness of only a few hours. She
was two months and two weeks old
Attorney E. F. Rinker, of New
Rockford, was in the city Monday,
attending to matters connected with
the closing of the estate of the late
Mrs. Annie C. Keeran, former mat
ron at the state hospital, for insane
at Jamestown.
Paving has been begun on the east
road to the college hill and this
road will be closed for about two
weeks. The west road has been
graded and graveled and put in shape
for use during the time the east en
trance is closed.
Friends of Blaine Curtis, formerly
state Y.M.C.A. secretary have learn
ed that his physical condition is so
far improved that he expects to be
discharged from the sanitorium at
Kalamazoo, Michigan, within the
month. Mr. Curtis was forced to
give up his work last fall because of
ill health.
Misses Doris Coomb, Mary Watt.
Ruth Zimmerman, Margaret Burr,
Marguerite Hood, Isa Peterson, Myr
tle Link and Bertha Wilson will rep
resent Jamestown College at the Y.
W.C.A. conference being held at Lake
Geneva, Wisconsin, August 18 to 28.
Miss Wilson wil visit relatives in In
diana and Illinois before returning.
Ensign V. J. Huffman and Daugh
ter Ruth of St. Paul have arrived for
a short visit with Mr. Huffman's sis
ter, Mrs. Blackmore. Mr, Huffman
spent several days in Jamestown the
guest of his sister, Mrs. J. H. Gret
tenberg before coming here. He ex
pects to visit in Bismarck after which,
he will go t'o Topeka, Kansas, where
he has been recently transferred—
Kidder County Free Press.
WEDNESDAY
Jos. Kensok of Windsor was a busi
ness visitor in the city yesterday.
Full line threshers blankets and
gloves. Auto robes at G. L. Osborn.
WANTED—Position in cook car by
experienced cook. 614 1st Ave. So.
Mrs. Thomas C. Lauder is visiting
at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
A. W. Lee of Bismarck.
Mrs. Leo Rice and children have
returned from Colorado and New
Mexico, where they spent two months.
Mr. and Mrs. Del Reams and chil
dren have returned from a visit with
relatives at Sleepy Eye, Minnesota.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Smith of San
Jose, California are guests at the
home of Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. F.
E. Orcutt.
Miss Betty Wasche, who spent two
weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Anton Zel
lar, left yesterday for her -home at
Perham, Minnesota
Mrs. T. Ellinwood of Spirit Lake,
Idaho is visiting at the farm home
of her daughter, Mrs. G. A. Rines,
south of Jamestown.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Sjosten and fam
ily leave on the early morning train
tomorrow for Minneapolis, where
they will make their home.
J. Salewski, two daughters and
son, Misses Cecelia and Margaret
and Albert, have gpne to Martin, N.
D., to spend several days with rela
tives.
R. Tvovell, employed at the N.P.
roundhouse, was prostrated by the
heat this afternoon and it was nec
essary to take him to the Trinity
hospital for treatment.
A. H. Sherman, chairman of the
board of county commissioners for
Stutsman county, Is in Bismarck to
day appearing before the state board
of- equalization in the interests of
the Stutsman county tax-payers.
Mrs. A. J. Witham expects to
leave Friday for Brainerd and Min
neapolis, where she will visit rela
tives for some time. The Witham
children, who have been visiting in
Brainerd will accofpany her home.
R. H. Phillips, who was proprietor
of the Rex I^arber Shop has moved
to his new location in the basement
of Harry Wolf's building: and is now
open for business at the same old
prices. The shop will be known as
Phillips Barber Shop.
C. H. Smith of Orladys leaves this
evening for New York.on a buying
trip for the store. Mrs .Smith ayid
daughter will spend tbe time with
relatives at DeVils Lake. Mrs. Smith
and daughter have just recently re
turned from a seven months .stay in
California.
Grover H. Koop returned this
morning from a two weejes eastern
b'uyjng trip. Mrs. Koop who accom
panied him underwent an operation:
last week at the Swedish hospital in
Minneapolis: and is recovering nicejyi
&he expects to be dismissed from tbe
hospital the later part of this week.
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Many handsome patterns, also plain blue, tan
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Boys' Wash Suits
A large stock of pretty Wash Suits in many
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Straw Hats, Rah-Rah Hats,
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Union-Made 220 Denim Overalls and
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Leather Faced Gauntlets and Short Wrist
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Knit Wrist Canvas Gloves,
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SEVEN ARRESTED BOR
NOT HAVING LIGHTS
IN ONE NIGHT HERE
Seven autoists were arrested by
the Jamestown police during the first
night of their active campaign to (en
force the city traffic ordinances, the
victims being Roman'Cyseski, C. Ben
nett of Edmunds, J. Tuntland, Mr.
Mulgreen, Henry Nagle and Leo
Maciosek. All of the arrests on the
first night were for not having
headlights
"We did not start on the drivers
who are not carrying tail lights,"
one of the officers said, "but wo ex
pect to get a big harvest from them
as soon as we get some of these no
head-lighters cleaned up. Wo have
given fair warning and any one vio
lating the ordinances, regardless of
who he is, will be arrested."
Heary Penalties Possible
Police Magistrate Otto Wienckc
pointed out in discussing tlie city
traffic ordinance that heavy fines
and even imprisonment are possible
under the law, the ordinance limit
ing the sentence to a fine of not more
than $100 and imprisonment in the
county jail for. a period hot to ex
ceed thirty days or both at the dis
cretion of the court.
MILLER-MORE
A very pretty home wedding was
solemnized at the J. L. More resi
dence, Wimbledon, at high noon Wed
nesday, August 9, when Miss Jessie
More, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. More became the bride of Charles
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The James River Bank ran short
of pennies the other day and went
to the "penny store", The Alma,
where L. J. Muenz had ten boxes of
the coppers. These emptied filled
the large pail and it required two
men to carry same to the bank, where
several hours were spent in counting
them. There were 13,308 pennies
accumulated in' six months.
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Miller, son of Rev. and Mrs. J. S.
Miller, of'Cathay. Itev. J. S. Mill
er, father of the groom officiating.
The bridal costume was of white
satin trimmed with pearls. The veil
was adorned with orange blossoms.
The bride carried a bouquet of white
roses and lilies of the valley. Ruth
More, sister of the bride was brides
maid, while Harold Miller of Aber
deen, S.D., a brother of the groom,
was best man. Little Dories Den
nestedt acted as rinfe bearer, the
ring being concealed in a bouquet of
sweet peas and roses.
The'newly weds then left for an
extended auto trip thru the lake re
gion of Minnesota. On their return
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will go to White
Rock, S.D., where they will both
teach this winter.
The bride was born and raised in
Wimbledon and is a graduate of the
Wimbledon high school, finishing
her education at the U. of Minnesota.
Mr. Miller, is a former J. C. and Un
iversity of Minnesota student and
last, year was principle of the Edge
ley high school.
The United States consumes two
thirds of the world's rubber produc
tion.
Manufactures in Sweden are mak
ing a new type of cut glass, cheaper
than plain glass and more beautiful.
—DOES TVPE BLUR?—
If so, you liad better come in
unci have your eyes Examined.
If your ryes nc«l Optical assis
tance I can help you to comfort
able vision.
H. KORNMESSER
Optometrist
Gladstone Blk. Picard's Store
Phone 704
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benefits derived from a perfect banking
system.
Your Checks and Notes are collected,
Exchange or Drafts issued, Loans are
made and SECURITY for funds guaran
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