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Separate Skirts of silk
and wool materials,
wool poplins, silk pop
lins, and satins. Mostly
all good styles. Regular
and a few extra sizes.
Former prices from $6,
and now at 25%
I BonTon Millinery!name
Miss Sophia Brustad
STILL BLIND AS BATS
That the adherents to the standpat
politicians are still unable to grasp
the fact that a political revolution
has already taken place in Minnesota
is evidenced by the silly campaign
they are making against the Nonparti
san League. Their charges of "dan
gerous Socialism," "free love," "anti
religion," etc.. is so ridiculous that it
deceives none but themselves That
the demands of the League are just
and equitable is evidenced by the fact
that the opposition dare not attack
them. In North Dakota, instead of
demanding the repeal of League laws,
tfce opposition professes to support
them, the same as it does in Minne
sota on the tonnage tax. Their hope
is that they can fool the people so'
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One Big Bargain in Ladies
On Saturday we'll place on sale
fifty dozen ladies hose, in silk
lisle, mercerized lisle and plain
lisle. Colors, black, white, gray,
champagne, cordewon, beaver
and field mouse. Sizes 9, 9 1-2
and 10. Former value $1, to
$1.25 the pair. During this sale
and while they last at 85c the
pair. Don't miss this opportunity.
S TO£?£T Or
that they may be able to cripple the
operation of the laws They will not
succeed Throwing mud on the good
of their neighbors will get them
nowhere politically, and will only
brew trouble for themselves in the
SHIPSTEAD FOR GOVERNOR
Dr. Henrik Shipstead will get a vote
in this, his native county, for gover
nor, of which any man might be proud
How sentiment is growing in his fa
vor is evident to anyone who is in
touch with the people. Whether mem
bers of the Nonpartisan League or
not people are becoming convinced
that the housecleaning they have de
sired for years can come only thru
the election of a man like Shipstead
who stands absolutely independent of
the old line politicians.
KVALE FOR CONGRESS
Rev. O. Kvale, progressive candi
date for congressman, made a splen
did impression in the three addresses
he has made at Willmar. The con
viction is becoming fixed in the minds
of our people that Mr Kvale would
give them a representative in Con
gress who would voice their demands
no uncertain way and would speed
ily take front rank among progres
sives in Congress. He is able and
fearless, scholarly as well as uncom
promising. The Willmar Tribune ex
pects to see him sweep the district
in the Republican primary and in the
Month-End Bargains in Our
Saturday May 29th
Is your chance to save money on
A Sale of Dresses. A
few attractive dresses
in satin and taffeta. Col-
ors, blue, green, black
and purple. Former
prices $18 to $37.50,
now closing out at
As Memorial Day Exercises will be held this year on Monday afternoon, May 31st,
Our Store will close at 12:30 P. M. on that day.
(First Publication Ma\ 26—4t
CITATION PO SEABXXTG OH PETI
TION FOB ADMINISTRATION.
Estat of Christina Freeberg, Dece
ST \.TE OF MINNESOTA, County of
a In Probate Court
In the Matter of the Estat of Christina
The State of Minnesota to all persons
interested in the granting- of adminis
tration of the estate of said decedent
The petition of Carl Freeberg having
been filed in this court, representing
that Christina Freeberg, then a resident
of the County of Kandijohi, State of
Minnesota, died intestate on the 7th da
of April 1920, and praying at letters
of administration of her estate be
granted to Carl J. Freeberg, and the
court ha^ fixed the time and place
for hearing said petition, Therefore,
You, and Each of You, are hereby cited
and required to show cause, if any you
have, before this court at the Probate
Court Rooms in the Court House, in the
City of Willmar, in the County of Kan
diohi, State of Minnesota, on the 21st
day of June, 1920, at 2 o'clock
whv said petition should net be granted
"Witness, the Judge of said Court, and
the Seal of said Court, this 26th day of
IDA A. SANDERSON,
(Seal) Clerk of Probat Court
FOR SALE OR RENT—160 acres:
W% of SW%, section 7 and E% of
SE14, section 18-118-359, Whitefield
Township Inquire Franklin
Tonne, Abercrombie, N. Dak. 538
FLAX SEED—For sale. Hardwick
Bros, on Glarum Farm, Rt. 3, Will
350 BUSHELS— ear corn for sale, ten
miles southwest of city. Jacob
Bouska, Pleasant View Poultry
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WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1620.
Water Wear For Summer Fun.
The sun is going to come out hot one of these fine
days. Then you'll want to go swimming. What a
satisfaction to have a new suit all ready.
Women's one piece swimming suit of wool jersey.
Border of assorted stripes or plain bands. Sizes 34
to 44 bust. Price $6.50 $7 $8.
Men's bathing suits of heavy wool jersey. Attrac
tive color contrast. All sizes. Price $4.50, $5, $6
Men's swimming suits of cotton yarn, popular col
ors. Good suits for the prices. $1.50 $2 $2.50
Children's bathing suits of cotton yarn, will stand
hard wear. Plain colors trimmed with red or white.
Sizes 8 to 12 years. Price $1.25 $1.50 $1.75
Rubber caps to protect the hair, all the bright colors
novelty designs and plain skull caps. Price 50c,
Notice to Auto Drivers
Your attention is called to the fol
lowing provisions of Ordinance No.
155 of the City of Willmar:
1. Machines must be attended at all
times while engine is running.
2. Must have lights at night whether
moving or standing
3. Mus be operated with muffler.
4. Must be equipped with bell or horn.
5. Must be driven in a careful man
6. Must pull to right when signalled
from Vehicle behind desiring to
7 Must pass to right when meeting
8. Must pass to the left of an over
9. When turning into another street
to the right, must turn corner as
near right hand curb as possible.
10. "When turning into another street
to the left, must pass the center of
intersecting street before turning.
11. When left standing at curb, ma
chine shall be left near right hand
curb only, at an angle of approxi
mately 45 degrees, with right side
of machine nearest the curb, and
with left side of machine and tail
light toward street.
12. All drivers must be over 16 years
of age, unless accompanied by the
owner in which event such owner
must be over *16 years old.
The speed limit as fixed by law is
not to exceed 15 miles per hour In
residence districts and 10 miles in
business section of the city.
Consistent efforts to enforce these
regulations will be made, and violat
ors of the speed limit will be prose
O. J. WESTGAARD,
Chief of Police
WANTED—Girl for general house
work. Inquire at 318 12th. St.
Phone 478-J, 462
FOR SALE—Cheap, two used cars, in
good condition. Jolly-Baker Motor
Car Co, City. 537
LOST—This afternoon a collar and
bridle on road east of town. Finder
leave at this office or call Arthur
SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 29
2 miles southwest of Willmar
At Elmer Anderson's Place
Get One of
The .Willmar Tribune City
Well made and nicely Japanned
city mail boxes with spring be
low for holding newspapers. A
lock may be used on them if de
sired. If you are within the free
delivery district, and do not have
a box, this is your opportunity
to comply with the request of
the P. O. Department at a small
cost. Each box put up in a paper
TRIBUNE PRINTING CO.
*jf-y&%. •fp&r* $&-$$
Rev. J. Sorenson, pastor.
Confirmation class Saturday at 2.
Parochial school began in the east
and in the south May 24
Dr W. Raynolds of Minneapolis
will occupy the pulpit of the Presby
terian church next Sunday morning
GREEN LAKE CHURCH
Services next Sunday, May 30th, at
10:30 a. m.
Ladies' Aid will be held at Knute
Knutson's next Wednesday, June 2nd.
A business meeting will be held
next Thursday, June 3rd, at 2:00 p. m.
LUNDBY MISSION CHURCH
Services Sunday afternoon, May 30,
at 2:30 m.
Sunday school at 1:30 p.
Ladies' Aid at Carl Olson's, Satur
day afternoon, May 27th at 3 p. m.
FIRST CHURCH OP CHRIST
Subject: Ancient and odern Nec
romancy alias Mesmerism and Hypno
Sunday service at Ml: 45 a. m.
Wednesday service at 8 p. m.
All are welcome to these services.
Free reading room in church edifice
open every Wednesday from 2 to 4
Rev. Fmdley's charge.
Services next Sunday as follows:
Harrison Presbyteiian church 10:30
Hawick at 3 p. m.
New London at 8 m.
Mrs Fmdley speaks in Spicer at
10:45 a m.
From June first to October 2nd, P.
S Krebe, a young minfster from Du
buque, Iowa, will speak at Harrison
every Sunday morning and will be at
Hawick every Sunday afternoon.
SWEDISH METHODIST EPISCOPAL
Swan W. Mattson, pastor.
Blossoms and flowers spread their
fragrance and beauty everywhere.
They promise the fruit of the fall.
Blossoms are necessary to fruit. The
children of the church are its blos
soms. Cultivation is necessary and
pays. The Sunday school will do 4t
Ours meets at 10 a. m. English ser
vice next Sunday at 7:30 p. m. Choir
will sing. Welcome.
Rev. Father Holland, M. S., A- B.
St. Mary's at Willmar: High mass
next Sunday at 9 o'clock. Evening
services at 7:30 m.
The children will receive their pri
vate and solemn Holy Communion on
Sunday, June 6th.
St. Patrick's at Kandiyohi: Low
mass at 11 o'clock
UNITED LUTHERAN SYNOD
Arnt Vaaler, pastor.
Sunday, May 30th:
No morning services.
The Sunday school meets at 10:30
Evening services in English at 7:30
Services in Vikor at 10*30 a
The Vinje Ladies' Aid meets" in the
church parlors on Thursday, June 3,
at 3:00 p. m.
The choir meets every Thursday at
8 p. m.
SWEDISH MISSION CHURCH
Basement of Masonic Temple
G. N Tegnell pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30 a
Morning service at 10:45 a. m.
Evening service at 8 p. m.
The Willing Workers will be enter
tained at the home of Dr. O. E Hedin,
10th St. and Trott Avenue, Thursday
evening, May 27th Refreshments
will be served by Miss Laura Hog
lund and Mrs O. E. Hedin.
On Thursday evening, June 1st, the
Willing Workers will be entertained
at the home of Mr and Mrs. Peter
Engwall on their farm one mile east
of the State Farm. Everybody cor
dially invited to attend.
Cor Becker Ave & Second St. S.
Jesper Holmquist, pastor.
Next Sunday will be another big
day In the morning there will be
communion services and reception of
new members. Services begin at 10
o'clock. A preparatory address will
be given in the English and one in the
Sunday school at noon.
light this word sug-
gests. So tender they fairly
melt in the mouth, and of
such glorious flavor that
the appetite is never satis
fied. These are the kind of
biscuits anyone can make
with Royal Baking Powder
and these unusual recipes.
2 cups flour
4 teaspoons Royal Baking
2 tablespoons shortening
cup milk or half milk and
Sift together flour, baking pow
der and salt, add shortening and
rub In very lightly add liquid
slowly roll or pat on floured
board to about one inch In
thickness (handle as little as
possible) cut with biscuit cutter.
Bake in hot oven 15 to 20 min
Royal Cinnamon Bans
VA cups flour
1 teaspoon salt
4 teaspoons Royal Baking
2 tablespoons shortening
2 teaspoons cinnamon
4 tablespoons seeded raisins
Sift 2 tablespoons of measured
sugar -with flour, salt and bak
ing powder rub shortening In
lightly add. beaten egg to water
and add slowly. Roll out inch
In the evening at 8 o'clock confir
mation reunion service. Address by
Rev. C. O. Bergquist of Pennock. Spe
cial music at both morning and even
The church board meets on Friday
evening of this week at 8 p. m. Meet
ing will be held in Mr. Lewis John
C. O. Bergquist, pastor.
No services next Sunday the pas
tor will be in Zion.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
The Ladies' Aid meets with Mrs.
Geo. Holteen next Friday afternoon.
The Lutheran Brotherhood meets at
the same place in the evening.
On Monday and Tuesday, May 31—
June 1, the Willmar district will meet
in this pastorate. The opening ses
sion will be held on Monday evening
with an English sermon by Rev. Lin
dahl of Benson. The forenoon and af
ternoon sessions on Tuesday will be
held in the Mamre church. Hogmassa
at 10:30 when Rev. Le Vander of At
water will preach the sermon. At
2:30 there will be a discussion when
Rev. Aimer of New London will in
troduce the subject, "What it is to be
spiritually minded" In the evening,
Rev. Jesper Holmquist of Willmar will
preach the closing sermon in the Eng
lish language. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to attend these meet
LUTHERAN FREE CHURCH
Rev. Nicolay Nilsen.
Thursday evening, 7:30, prayer
Friday afternoon, 28th, West Dovre
Aid, Mrs. N. B. Leines.
Friday evening Mens' and Ladies'
Society. The hosts are Mr. Eddie
Lind, Mr Mandius Pederson and Mr
Saturday, 10 a. m. confirmation
Wednesday afternoon, June 2nd. La
dies Aid with Mesdames Brede John
son Martin Simons, H. C. Halvorson
and A. B. Johnson entertaining.
Willmar Land's aid Thursday after
noon, June 3rd, Mrs. M. C. Tommeraa
Services Sunday morning 10:30 and
Sunday evening (English) 7:45.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
St John's Church:—Ladies' Aid,
Thursday, 27th, Mrs. Rusten.
Young Peoples' Society Tuesday
evening, June 1st, in school house.
Program and refreshments.
A congregational meeting will be
held in the church June 1st, at 7 p.
All members are requested to be pres
SWEDISH BAPTIST CHURCH
The present week is one of great
interest at the Baptist church. It is
45 years since the church was organ
ized. Jubilee services will be held
commencing to-night (Thursday) and
continuing over next Sunday. The fol
lowing will be part of the program for
Tonight (Thursday) at 7:45 ser
vices in English Speaker, Rev. C.
Friday at 3 (Swedish). Speak
ers- Rev John Holstrom and Rev.
At 7:45 (Friday) services in
English. Speakers: Rev John S.
Nordell and Rev. John Selander.
Saturday—Supper in the Sunday
school room at 6 This occasion
will be one of social interest and fel
lowship and all members and close
friends of the church should endea
vor to be present. After the supper
services in English will be held in the
main auditorium at 8 m. The spe
cial features for this service will be
"Greetings from Willmar Churches".
Several of the pastors will take part
in this service
Three large services will be held:
At 10:45 a (Swedish). Speaker.
Rev. Arvid Hagstrom, D, Presi
dent of Bethel Academy of St. Paul.
At 3 p. (Swedish) Speakers:
Rev John Holstrom and Rev. John S.
At 8 p. m. The closing service of
the Jubilee will consist of a gospel
sermon in English, preached by Dr.
The Sunday school will be held at
the usual hour at 9:30 a m.
Special music at all these services.
You are cordially invited to come
and share the joy with us as a church
at this so important event in our his
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH
Cor. Trott Ave. and 4th. St. W.
Luther C. Benson, pastor.
Nature is a silent messenger. Just
now it comes to us with the call of
outdoor life The spring days called
the robin and blue bird from the sun-
Another Royal Suggestion
BISCUITS, BUNS and ROLLS
NEW ROYAL COOK BOOK
"Bake with Royal and be Sure
Will Serve Lunch
The Women's Auxiliary of the Am
erican Legion will serve lunch in the
basement of the Masonic temple next
Monday afternoon between the hours
of 12 o'clock and 7 p. m.
thick on floured board: bruslt
with melted butter, aprinkle with
sugar, cinnamon and raisins.
Roll as for Jelly roll cut into
1% inch pieces place with cut
edges up on well-greased pan
sprinkle with a little sugar and
cinnamon. Bake in moderate
oven ,30 to 35 minutes remove
from pan at once.
Parker House Rolls
4 caps flour
1 teaspoon salt
6 teaspoons Royal Baking
2 tablespoons shortening
1% cups milk
Sift flour, salt and baking pow
der together. Add melted short
ening to milk and add slowly to
dry ingredients stirring until
smooth. Knead lightly on-floured
board and roll out inch thick.
Cut with biscuit cutter. Crease
each circle with back of knife,
one side of center. Butter the
small section and fold larger
part well over the small. Place
one inch apart in greased pan
Allow to stand 15 minutes in
warm place. Brush each with
melted butter and bake in mode
rate oven 15 to 20 minutes.
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EOTAI^AKnTG POWDEK OO.
lift Fulton Street
Jun 3 -4.
ny regions of the south. Fresh odors
from the spring flowers awoke the
called it into service. The sun called
to the plants, and the lilacs and the
honey bee from his winter's rest, and
apple tree bursted forth into blossom
God calls thru nature He calls us to
enjoy the things of his own making.
We can appreciate the call of nature
better when we have answered the
call of God to our soul. Answer the
churches' call next Sunday.
Our services commence Sunday
morning at ten-thirty. Congregational
singing led by the choir. Sermon by
Evening service begins at eight
o'clock. The orchestra and choir will
lead in a fifteen minute song service.
Sunday school at 12, noon.
Epworth League devotional service
at seven o'clock sharp.
Mid-week service Thursday at eight
Preaching at Priam in the after
noon at three-fifteen o'clock.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Board of Education of Independent
School District No. 47 of Willmar,
Kandiyohi County, Minnesota, up to
12 o'clock noon, June 10th., 1920, for
800 tons, more or less of soft coal,
screened lump, delivered kinds of
coal bid on to be specified and each
bid to be marked "Bid on CoaL"
5: 26—6: 2. C. F. OLSON, Clerk.