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Ail Home Print VOLUME 9 to Be Dedicated Next Sunday Rt. Rev. Bishop Wehrle, O- S, B., Bi&hop of Bismarck, Will Cel ebrate and Officiate at the Dedication Ceremony. ^iThe dedication ceremony of the beautiful new St. Johns Catholic church cit Beach, will take place next Sunday, June 21. The progrcrn for the day will be as fellows: Low mass at 8 c^clock. From 9:45 to 10:00 the church will be locked, as at that lime the dedication cere mony will take place and under no conditions will anyone be al lowed inside the church while this ceremony is going on. Imlmediately after the dediea Hon the Rt. Rev. Bishop Wehrle, S. B., bishop of Bismarck, Jill celebrate a pontificial high mass. After mass the Rt. Rev. Bishop will confirm a class of about thirty, and after confirma tion the ladies of the parish will serve dinner in the basement of the new church. At 7:30 in the evening Bishop "Wehrle will deliver a lecture and he cordially invites and urges all .non-Catholics to attend these t-ervices, especially the lecture in evening. y, SUFFRAGE NEWS Mrs. Clara L, Darrow of Far go, state president of Votes for W omen's League of North Da 1ft £a, visited Beach last week and while here an organisation was formed and temporary oiticers elected. Steps have been taken to form 3. large league to work in con junction with vthe mav work state league. The question of equal suffrage for North Dakota will be sub mitted to the voters next Noverr \.-er. About forty women have ai ^eady joined our organization all *.vho are interested either in joining or in learning 'more about the subject are invtied to be present at the home of Mrs. Mary J. Hudson, r.ext Tuesday. June 23fd, at 3 p. m. A. Constitut'on. Article I The name of the organization shall be "Equal .Suffrage League of.. Beach, branch of the North Dakota Votes for Women's League. 1 special invitation is extended to the wo-' •men living in the country. If impossible to get in send in your name or telephone to one cf the undersigned officers. Article 2 The purpose of this ovganiza ?on shall be to promote the cause of political equality, by granting the complete elective franchise to women in order that the best interests of home and j1 the nation may be better guard-! ed and promoted, and that com mon justice may be done to all. Article 3. The officers of this organiza tion shall be president, secretary and treasurer. Article 4 The duties of these officers shall be such as usually devolve: upon such officers, and in addi tion, it shall be the duty of the president to promote the cause of equal suffrage in the city of Beach. Article 5 The membership of this or ganization shall consist of such persons as pay a fee of twenty-! five cents (25c) to the treasurer.! Article 6 There shall be two meetingsi monthly, and such other meetings as the president may deem nec cessary. Clara B. Attletweed, Joan M. Sunders, Glenett K. MacNab. Committee on Constitution. Declaration. Believing in equal rights for all and special privileges for none,' ^tnd believing it is the right of women to share equally with men the duties and privileges connect ed with national and civic affairs, we pledge ourselves to work forj the complete enfranchisement of: wotaen. We further pledge ourselves to use our efforts in behalf of good government and the betterment of industiial conditions for wo men and children. Mary J. Hudson, Pres. K. Julia Lloyd, Sec. Delia Egan, Treas. will have done your duty.<p></p>Golden Be a Pop ular Candidate Charles I. Cook Urged to Be come an Officer in the New County of Wibaux Yesterday afternoon a delega tion of Wibaux citizens compos ed of j. L. Jordan. C. M. Wood ard and W. L. Stagg, came to this city and asked the privilege of using .the name of Charles I. Cook for the position of clerk and recorder of the proposed county cf Wibaux, which will be voted upon on August 1st. They represented that the pledges made by the people of Wibaux at the tifme they asked support on the proposition of the creation of Wibaux county, was that the citi zens of Wibaux would not be candidates for courtjT offices, leaving the selection to be made from the rural districts. To this end they asked that Mr- Cook accept as a representative of the Lame Steer district and he has consented to the use of his name. While Mr. Cook has been em ployed in Beach a portion of the time during the past few years, I vet he has claimed Montana as lome, arid has not used his! elective privilege in this state. He is one of the large farm owners of the Lame Steer territory and we believe a man well qualified for the position of clerk and re corder. —Chronicle Ads Pay— It Watch our windows. of tricksters and should be condemned by your ballot.<p></p>IPalM A GOOD MAN. F. Flint, dairy commission- er, was in Beach this week in the interests of his candidacy for commissioner of agriculture and labor. Mr. Flint has been asso ciated with dairy work for a long number of years and we believe he is the best qualified man seek ing the position. He is familiar with all the details and workings of the department cf agriculture and would go into the office well equipped to do active work for the state. especially in the dairy line—and that is what the state needs. Mr. Flint is an old time friend and acn^ain'^nce of our townsman, E. E. Noble, both gentlemen being located at. Aber deen vears aero when Ed. wa' talking "cows" to the people of that section. J. C. Westergaard and Walter Barnett, of Alpha, were in the city Monday. They report the Alpha hall under (construction and that a U. B- church will be erected in the near future, ar rangements for which have been completed. The new church will be large enough to seat about 235 people, and it is expected to be completed by August 1st. J. G. Robertson, of St. Paul, resident of the Beach Electric was in the city this looking after his interests company, week —and taking up the proposition of a day service with the council and Beach business men. If they can secure the contract for pump ipV the city water, day will be installed. A N iml'lll 1 ilEi Quito All wool blue serges and brown iflG S O S or in 3 I A A A ton styles, sizes 35 to 42 chest measure, at «piv»UU MliN'S SOFT SHIRTS Dressy military collar shirts in plain and fancy striped patterns §5c MEN'S COOL HATS Tan Khaki cloth hats, some with ventilated crowns, very comfortable r:hCT.. 2S and 50c IN THE NEW KELLOGG BUILDING NEXT TO LOVELL BROTHERS jy For eleventh hour campaign thunder and don't let it influence your vote. Gun plays may be pulled off, old office chairs assaulted editors lives attempted, just in time for election s|5e I "extras men who have heretofore been unassailed, may be called drunkards, criminals and villians legal questions may be raised against candidates underhanded methods Eii :s to Your Interest, as Well as to Oiirs, that you Investigate Our Style Plus $17.00 It means .an actual saving of dollars to you that you cannot afford to overlook. We are exclusive agents in Beach for Style Plus $1 7.00 suits, and we carry a wide range of patterns to select from. Two and three button models in the finest all wool blue serges, browns, grays and fancies, that cannot fail to please you. Here you will find Kuppenheimer, Society Brand and Sonneborn suits at a price to suit every purse I I MEN'S WORK J5HIRTS Good roomy full cut, work shirts in plain tan, grey and blue colors, also fancy stripes 35c MEN'S UNION SUITS Summer weights in derby ribbed and porus knit materials. Short sleeves if you wish 85c be resorted to JUST TO INFLUENCE YOUR VOTE. Bear this in mind and stand by your convictions charges made against a candidate too late to be answered is but the A .1 r* A. 1.1^1. 2- T~ 11 I AL...» A Newspaper that Causes Comment in a Town that is Talked About PUBLISHED AT BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY JUNE 19, 1914 •x VL .. The dance last evening opera house for the benef.' local base ball team v.-as service! tended and the ball boys up a nice little purse. 3. KAHN/ Suit A A A menS lace styles, at Circus Day, July 4th and Chautauqua week will soon be here. Better come in and get your new summer outfit today, and you will be prepared for all of these occasions that are coming. THE MODEL BEACH'S VERY BEST CLOTHING AND SHOE STORE L. B. WESTBY, Mgr. i'ad one of the most times cf the season. fev hi® \ii S '3 •j, r,t r? .: |4 It f-S /J Prop&silieR! $10.09 to $25.00 N'ce dressy, serviceable gun metal IJIIOCS calf shoes, in button and MEN'S KHAKI PANTS Just the thing for every day wear during the summer, made with belt loops and cuff bottom, 95c MEriN'S SUMMER UNDERWEAR. Good grade Balbriggan underwear fcr men, all sizes shirts OC and drawers at ...... eaCil Vote for men whom you think will best serve the public—and give all sections of the county a square deal—and you. Chronicle the only that but those in attendance ponents sit up and take notice the at -med ,d not enjoj'able the Chronicle for News- rf,. N fei its 9 |/|i Exercises Held Council Meets- At Wl:.'c!.' Time a Cbss of Threei Graduates front the Beach' HMi School. I The inclement weather L-st Friday evening prevented many who were desirous of being pre sent, from attending the cem n.cncnmcnt exorcises r} the clas? c.f 1914 from the Beach Hijh school. The rtage was decorated in the school and c.r .'i? Kinsey with the class his- •m xSZHt II YOU WILL FIND OUR PRICES ARE ALWAYS THE LOWEST, QUALITY CONSIDERED 1 torv, and Miss Daisy Logan with the valedictory. The pupils re flected credit upon themselves and the institution in which they had been r.tuderts bv their pre sentation of their different Sub-] •ects. After the presentation of' equipping another diplomas. 1. Morrison of Dick-j lnscn. gave the addre eveninsr, which was listeneu with a great deal of pleasure. to Herman Clocksin. one of Car Ivle's substantial Chronicle sup porters, was in the city Tuesday —and renewed his subscription. \Y. 5. Fatrick will make op rk« unted His automobile is not as fast as tie afier the votes are com I cf them, but he say 1 there just the same. istF-r*?** swnur--: ome gets Eight Pages Hittoric*) Society w. Last Friday No Comfir&alicns NUMBER 32 r: F'oVctrne-j /.rc Fc.:"ceC io bue vVa2a£—Fy: rcis T!: cil' color.- and made a very pretty appearance. Alter the opening exercises. Enoch Noren gave i'-.e fa'ulc-tory address. being followed by Miss Flossie [sH S n: an !5c nn ct •••nrcd thir ty for l! uy.1 cjt I r.T.—or Cily for :»itl Tied L' cn A"cm.nl cf IicL'r.aI t.o Cr-.:if:r Co Ap coun il met af a V. t.-r'.r.eociay m-i'-or a train motion ol S, of police. C. ttorney and city auditor Wish ir.r Hift Oil ev.-n ng. v. hen the a:-' cd lor the crr'ij A. iimuh for chief L. Wa'dron for ci'.y jrane.= A. Haigh for I ho conne.il again refused to con firm and the deadlock continues. I lie mayor offered the appoint- ment c.f b. A. ''•:r-.I_ 1 as street commissioner to fill vacancy caused by rcmovr! of M. J. Mo ran and this appointment was re jected on motion of John Jepson. I he bids fcr sinking and mci3 J.he. ,r, the on !"!tl on nnd a |h.^! motion was passed amhonzmg tne water a no .'.ever committee to lest out the city well on Second Avenue couth of the First Na tionol hank, with a view cf put ting in a pump and tapping the water ima'.ns at that point. Sev eral bills were referred to the finance committee, and some were allowed, but or. account of the tie-up over the auditorship and the fact that the city books are still in the hands of former auditor Egan, who refuses to give up, the routine bus.ir.ess of draw ing warrants and makinpr pay ments cannot be performed, there being no cily warrants is sued rince April 22—and no business entered into the record. reraU of the refusal of rcuncjl to par po'icemen sail was week r.painst Wi."cs :-nd the i: fie 3K cct for tode.y before Heath, and will attract consider able attention. The council ... rsdav nirht delegated A. E. Kr,rtien to employ an attorney lo fi.'dii the suit, th.e i^iyor re fn.-iincr pr:v('."iprxto in tp.p i.ction ,tt Ratline Alderman Mftti-ison to haiv P-:t motion, he policemen were appointed hv the mayor aerJ their claims proved by lvm hefce they v.-ere submitted to ih« council. r.TALL!Q!'j INSPECTION. iere will be an inspectien of tall'ons by the Stallion Registra tion board at th» place? designat ed below, in Golden Vr.lier and Isiilinps county. Ail parties hav ing rlal'ions that have net been examined must present them for inrpeclicn r.! this time in order lo secure the required state li cense. All owners of licensed stallions may have their stallions tested for Dourine free, by bring ing them to one of the appoint ed places: Medora. Thursday. June 25, about 5 p. m: Gorham, Thurs day. June 23. about 2 p. Sen tinel Butte, Thursday, June 25. about evening Beach, Friday, June 26, about noon J. c. But terfield's ranch, north of Beach, Friday, June 26, about 9 a. m: Rurkey, Friday, June 26, about p. Yule, Friday, June 26. about 6 p. rn. Kindly inform all other stal lion owners of this arrangement- TO THE PUBLIC. Mrs. Jessie L. Kinsey, who is a candidate for the office of County Superintendent of Schools of Golden Valley county, has 2een meeting with marked suc cess in her campaign- Mrs. Kinsey is a woman of great executive ability and is well fitted for such a position. She graduated with the highest honors in her clr.ss from the Sioux Falls High school and from the Latin Professional Course of the State Normal school at Madi son. S. Dak, She has been a teacher for years, and since coming to North Dakota, has manifested much in terest in school affairs. Her work here, both in the rural an id Beach schools has proved beyond a doubt that she is of unouestioned ability and is worthy the support of every voter in the county who is interested in better schools. adv A VOTER.