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ssion ADMISSION IYRIC THEATRE jfniiimHiimmtintuniiiimimiimiiiiHii 1'unight Only Mabel Normand In the Snappiest, Funniest Pic ture of her Career RUBY THEATRE Hlllllllllllllllillillllliiiiiiimiiiif nil tiiiiiii w LYRIC THEATRE ItllllllllllltMIIIIIIIlllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIItlllllllll SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY A GEORGE MELFORD PRODUCTION "The Faith Healer" "PINTO" A wild and wooley western! whirlwind sweeps into high| society and—Oh, Police! what a riot of fun! ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY "Mr. Fatima" Starting Sunday "The Faith Healer" By William Vaughn Moody, Scenario by Mrs. William Vaughn Mood.v and Z. Wall Covington A PARAMOUNT PICTURE He burned with the love of God and man, and misery and disease vanished before him. Until the love of a woman came between him and hii vision. And she whom he could not save, saved him. The masterpiece of America's greatest dramatist, made into a marvelous picture by the producer of "Behold My Wife!" 1 Famous Story "PARTNERS OF THE NIGHT" A drama of the underworld. The soul of a woman. The duty of a Detective. A thousand thrills. A great Mystery. Al-. so Fourteenth Chapter of "SON OF TARZAN" ADMISSION l«c-2Se THE CITY. WKATHKK FORECAST Fair md wanner tonight and Sun day warnit-r fast portion tonight •tpoler west portion Sunday. BUSINESS LOCALS i For Rent. A modern room, phone '*#•7. Burlingaine, of Sa^n Francisco to morrow morning and evening Ids services. You are invited to fcpar him. First Baptist church. Wanted. To buy, baby carriage, food condition. Phone 3488. Found. Five gallon can iubricat Hg oil.—Dan Hagen, 124 Wait are., between Center and 1st St. "r.v MATINEE SUNDAY, S P. M. 10 Cents and 30 Cents RUBY THEATRE iiiiiiiiiiHiiHHinniiniinniiiitinniiniiinmiiniiiiiiiimmii, 11 mm iiihiimhu SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY Samuel Goldwyn 'The Branding Iron" The story is being run serially in six hundred news papers the book is selling all over America. And com petent critic* say the picture is even greater than the storyf ALSO VOD-A-VIL MOYJK& I0c--25c See the pictures of Europe under reconstruction at the First M. E hurch Sunday night. For Kent. Furnished sleeping room, modern close in. Call 3297. THh Ih\ II/S SLIDE:" Sunday "THE DEVII/N SLIDE:" Sunday «ning. irst llnptiiit churchfL Mr. Bur Hn^aine will preach. Tomorrow the primary department of the Presbyterian Sunday school Will install a Miessner piano deliver all today by Mitterling Piano House. For Rent. Apartment on second floor in modern flat, heat, cold and hot water, and electric washer in -3, Hexora, phone CO.VII V, SOON. The lUmuuue Hun ten, big houie tnlent play, jfiven by Young Ladies Sodality, of St. Thomas churrli. Watch for dates. LOCAL NBWS Dr. D. S. Baughman drove down near Chester yesterday to make pro fessional calls. Ralph Johnson and C. 1 Again Tonight Samuel Goldwyn and Rex Beach Present Leroy Scott's A. Lidstrom the latter a Minneapolis business man, drove up from Sioux Falls yes «irday. Misa Myrtle Granum returned this forenoon from a visit with friends at Oldham accompanying her was Miss Emma Lorkq. The funeral of the late Peter Mil ler will be held at the home of his son near Oldham Tuesday at 1 p. m., and at the church at 2 p. m. Dr. J. M. Duff who fell seriously ill several days ago is reported very muh improved at this time. Dr. Duff is hoping to be out in the sunshine the first of next week. Martin Nerdahl, county register of deeds,' was confined to his home the past two days on account of an at tack of the old fashioned grippe. He is back on the job today thouph not feeling trim for woi&. The board of commissioners from Moody county will meet the Lake county board at the court house in Madison on Wednesday, April 6. to confer on bridge matters affecting 'two counties. The two divisions of the Westmin ster Guild of the North church on i the Avenue were entertained last' evening by Mrs. C. J. Porter and Mrs. Robert Jones at the residence of the former. About two dozen ladies were present for the business session and lunch. Fed would think that a home tal •at play such as "Kicked out of Col late" could awake so much interest as to cause it to be twice repeated, but such happens to be the case. So popular was the recent farce that it was given again at the normal school last evening. A very neat as well as novel sign is now to be seen above the door of Powers Bros, pocket billiard hall. The work das designed by Cliff Pow ers and painted by Dunbar, Madi son's professional sign painter. A few days prior he completed the at-* I active sign in view over the door Kohler's Pharmacy. Word recently received from Long 1 oach, Cal., bore the information to i Ue Heitman boys that their mother, 1 Mrs. C. Heitman is seriously ill at te home of her son, Arthur. Her 'Uughter, Mrs. Lottis, of Salem, Ore., at her bedside doing all that is i possible for comfort and aid. Be ides Paul Heitman, now employed I i the Daily Leader office, there are s !so her other sons William of Ma n son, Albert, of Watertown, and Theodore, of Gregory all anxiously a waiting the outcome of their moth I ••r's present condition, hoping for Ue best. Unfortunately, just when a coun i 1 basketball tournament was on at Hie normal last night and a most -jrious fire in progress early this aorning two persons lost their cars \y theft. Mr. Westall, living near lunius missed his auto at the close the tournament games and Wm. shauberg's Ford sedan came up niiss 1 nig later when standing on Egan i venue S. So far the culprits in this i 'lespicable trick have not been dis !'overed. Mrs. Harry Walker passed away i 2:40 p. m. yesterday at her home Oldham following an illness of iveral weeks duration. Deceased I vvas 37 years old and the mother of ve children now living. Besides the rieving husband there remain in 'eep sorrow the parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Thompson two sisters. Miss Susie, of Mitchell, and Mrs. Herbert Gailey, of Alberta, Canada. »ne brother Leonard Thompson, re ides at Grinnell, Iowa. Another rother, Frank Thompson, lives in .lunius. Funeral services for the de ensrd will be held from the Meth ••dist rhurch in Junius at 3:00 One of the biggest event in an all ounty sport contest is the basketball tournament now in progress at the i normal gymnasium. Several com peting teams comprising quintets of I t'Oys and girls are engaged in a ser I i-» of three games for county hon -rs. Yesterday afternoon the girls went on the floor and last evening it the turn for the boys. Orland .Jtiaolldkted met Wentworlh high -Mid ttie lutt«-r won Rutland engag 1 Chester aud Chester came out victor. Winfred defeated the Frank i n consolidated fellows. This aft ernoon the semi finals and finals are being played. Rural and village school activity is finding a large out let in these meets -and doubtless fu ture interest will run strong in all manner of athletics. The consoli dated school is coming to the front along all lines of education and this first county tournament is a refux of that kind of training that is gaining ground all over Lake county. Last Tuesday the Winfred school board were in session to open and consider bids for their proposed new school building that they hoped to erect for about $60,000. At the time the bids were opened it was found that not enough money was available to cover contracts on the basis of bids made hence n ocontracts were let at that time. Another meeting was held yesterday and some tall fig uring and planniug was done to cut down some of the features desired and limit costs in several directions so that a contract might be given at a much lower figure than was first intended. By dint of extra solicita tion the business men and citizens came forward with a pledge of $10, 000 to carry forward the project. This with the sale of bonds permit ted the board to arrange for con struction. Contractor Jas. Robert son of this city was awarded the contract for construction, his bid being close to $52,000. Perkins and McWayne of Sioux Falls were engag ed as architects. The big saving made was in the electrical material and the plumbing and heating. Now that all matters have been settled work on the new building goes for ward soon. P. S. Moulton a local business man there goth the con tract for plumbing and heating. o Minneapolis Mills More Business Minneapolis, April 2—Wheat flour mills in Minneapolis and others of the hard spring wheat group of mills are running at more than 50 per cent capacity for the first time since No vember, 1920. Last April the mills ran at 3 per cent of capacity. Flour shipments from Minneapolis yester day were 61,166 barrels. Woman In An Attempted Holdup Chicago, April 2. A feminine no- "Now what shall I do?" she asked her companion. Baumstein interrupted. He told the police he was around the nearest corner and going fast second. in Murder and Suicide In College Office SyracttM, New York, Airtt S** Dean oJhn Herman Wharton, head of the College of Business Adminis tration of Syracuse University, was killed in his office today by Prof. Holmes Beckwiih, a subordinate, who then shot himself through the head. The police said both were dead when found by attaches. Dean Whar ton is said to have reprimanded Prof. Beckwith in connection with his work at the school. Great Britain's Knotty Problem London, April 2.—Great Britain faced a paralysis of industry today as the result of nationwide strike of coal miners. The government is viewing the situation as the gravest in the nation. Machinery for ration ing food and curtailing transporta tion. All train service will be re duced 25 per cent beginning Wednes day. ————o—— Lemke Criticises South Dakotans Chicago, April p. m. omnrrow. Dr. D. J. MiUerling will "fficiate. Miss Susie Thompson, a Ister of the deceased and the sor lowing husband drove here from Old ham this afternoon. Interment will l»e made in Graceland cemetery. 2. "A small group of self-seeking politicians are attempting to have the name of South Dakota changed to 'Roose velt.' said Attorney General Willi am Lemke, of North Dakota, who passed through Chicago on his way east today. "And the reason they give for their wish to change the name is the ridiculous thing about it," he contin ued. "The reason they advance is because the socialisic tendencies of North Dakota have brought the name 'Dakota' into disrepute and they wish to lid themselves of the stigma. "In the face of this claim stands the fact that South Dakota is follow ing in the footsteps of her sister to the north. She has a new state banking bill up before the next ses sion of the legislature, a new home building bill, and she lias bought a state coal mine in North Dakota. "The fact, is that the people of South Dakota will not allow the state's name to be changed. They regard the old name with too much veneration to change it, even in hon or of so great a statesman as Col. Roosevelt." Attorney General Lemke's home is at Fargo, N. D., and he is regarded as one of the most powerful political factors in his section. Finder Refuses $75 Reward Missouri Valley, la., April 2.—A party of tourists from Nebraska while passing through here lost their available cash roll, amounting to $150. The money was found by a? citizen, whose name is not divulged He walked down town and, quietly investigating, found the tourists be wailing the loss of their money. He listened to their story, and convinc ed they were the rightful owners of the money he had found, handed it to one of the men and refused to accept a proffered reward of $75. o Clean Seed Is An Important Feature Brookings, April 2.—"The aid fanning mill, or better still, the new seed cleaner and grader is the most valuable, about the least expensive and the most often abused and im properly operated machine on the farm, is the way an experienced and successful farmer recently answered the seed cleaning question," says R. L. Johnston, extension agronomist at State college. Continuing he said: 'It does not take an expert to do a good, thor ough job of grain cleaning, but it does take a good machine which must be properly used and understood by the farmer, who in turn must be de termined to do a good job of it." "Every grain grower knows that year after year he can not expect a better crop than the seed he sows, yet year after year many farms art planted with grain that is aboslute ly unfit for seed. If 'like begets like,' what will your harvest of small grain be this fall, judging by the seed own this spring?" o Three Iowa vice in banditry-, accompanied by a man, held up Harry Baumstein, 714 MeKimev, Tev, April 2.—A north Park avenue, with a small gun at bound Dallas-McKinney interurbaxi Paulina street, between Washington train today crashed into an automo boulevard and Park avenue, early to- bile and instantly killed three chil i dren aged 1, 5 and 9. of Mr. and "Put up your hands!" she said, Mrs. Sorenson, of Harlan, la., and shakily, and Baumstein put them up. probably fatally injured Mr. Soren- a Clipped Children Killed son's brother, Clarence, who was driving. The Sorenson family were driving overland from San Benito, Tex. Par ents of the dead children were rid ing in another automobile. CROOKS OWE BIG TAXES Bootleggers and Burglars Should Pay Government $44,000,000. Burglars and bootleggers owe the government $44,000,000 in taxes on in comes "earned" during 1920, it has leen estimated by the Internal Reve nue bureau. Those who indulge in a "friendly lit tle game" should pay Uncle Satn ap proximately $80,000,000 from the na tional "kitty" of approximately $2,000, 000,000 if they wish to make correct returns on their Incomes. BROKEN HEART EXPENSIVE Texas Man Asks $25,000 Heart Balm of Widow He Courted. C.eorge M. Freeland, forty-five years old. of Dallas, Tex., in a suit of breach of promise asks $-5,000 punitive and $4,04.') actual damages from Mrs. Ethel B. Bass, a widow. In his petition Freeland says he pro posed marriage to Mrs. Bass on March 15, 1920, and gave her an engagement ring and an automobile. He also fur nished a home, he said. FORCED WOMEN INTO SEA Captain Said to Have Compelled Help less to Leave Vessel. Thirty-three women and children were forced to jump into the sen hy Tapl. Primitivo Alvarez, of the roast wise steamer Felicidad, which wns wrecked in Agno bay, Philippine Is lands. according to the sworn state ments of relatives of the victims. The captain and four men were the *o)e survivor* of the disaster. One affidavit declares that tnnn.v lersons were dashed up against coral reefs, while others were drowned out right. Tlie bodies of six women and one child, who are declared to have been compelled to jump into the sea to lighten the distressed vessel, have been recovered. WAS IXT BED THUS DATS Mrs. Josie Ke«J. -17 .V ICxter ^t., Tulsn, Okla., writes: "1 wa sin bed three da s with my back. I took Foley Kidnnyj Pills and in two days was nt my work* again." They help eliminate from th« sstem the poisons that cause backache,! rheumatic pains, stiff polnt-j, sor» Sold Kverywii.-rc o PaulH« TMIM TO aig rMIMDS he is u mptom of weak dmrd»-r.d kidrit-vs. Stiff and pulntul joinis, rheumatic aches, sore inuscit-ti, puffiness under the eyes, are others. You need not suffer. Ben Richardson. Wingrove. VV. Va.. writes: "I praise Foley Kidney Pills because they sure have helped me."—Sold Everywhere. T*Y THIS 70S INDIGESTION Foley Cathartic Tablets arc just the thing for headache, biliousness, bloating Kas. bad breath and other symptoms of indigestion. Mrs. H. J. Marchard, 36 Lawrence St., Salem, Alass., writes: "I used Foley Cathartic Tablets for consti pation with Rood results. I will never be without them."—Sold Kverywhere. INDEPENDENT Dray Line Under New Management JEffERSON & MINFR 1'HONE 2119 Heavy and light team work of all kinds. We do everything la tba way of hauling. Miss L. Grinager Millinery and Ladies' Goods Latest Styles in HATS Now On Display and Arriving EGAN AVENUE N. Dr. O. C. HOAULAND. Specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Complete Kecoras of Dr. Fruden feld's Patients. Dakota State Bank Bldg. Ifadlaon, 8. D. DR. A. H. NOLAM DENTIST Office in iiuntuner FiOCll ..'Mori* 2291 EAT AT JACK'S NEW MANAGEMSMT Better Than Ever Take Year Next Meal With (Jt Ol L. MeKITiLIP. Proo. C. J. GEE LICENSED EMBALMER AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR Phones: House 2188 Office S10S. Over Jotuwtm's Fanltors Ml ore. MADISON. Office Orer Dakota State Bank HOURS: 9-11 a. m., 1-5, 7-8 p. Office Phone 2177 Ree. Phone 2171 MADISON S. D. CHIROPRACTOR MATHILDA HOGK, D. C. Ph. C. Office at Res., 416, 1st 8t. N. W. 3 Blocks West of Lyric Theatre. Heurs: 2 to 6 P. M. or by appoint ments. Phone No Let-Up isfi DR. H. GILBERTSON GRADUATE VETERINARIAN an* GMNHRAL AUCTIONBKH NUNDA SOUTH DAKOTA MR. AND MRS. A. G. HALLENBECK Undertakers PHONES: House 3653 Office 236€ AUTO HEAR3B SBRVIC1 Over Geo. Beck's Fnnritrfre Store MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA Madison Iron & Metal Company R. E. HARTIG. Manager We bu* IRON, COPPHR, BRASS. LEAD all kinds scrap metal. RAGS. RUBBER HIDES AND FURS Located bloek weet Caiman Luu* ber Yard In aid store bnlldlnr Telephone SlTOf Madison, g. D. 4s- Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS SL Dak.' l'elephoae 2133 Madiaoa. 3. D. HE one factor which is guarded carefully and never allowed to varv is the quality of products manufactured by the Standard Oil Company (Indiana). The price may go up or down as the markets of the world may dictate, the quantity of products may vary as the demand tor them varies, but the quality which has been established by specifica tions determined with scieuutic exact remains fixed. Only an organization financially secure, phy sically well-equipped and directed by men men tally alert, could maintain the high butnrlaid of quality which has been the crowning achieve ment of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana The Standard Oil Company (Indiana) is an organization of 25,000 experienced, capable men and women who are carrying out with enthu siasm the plans and policies formulated by 7 trained directors. These plans and policies are designed to furnish maximum service to the public, regular profit able employment to the personnel and protection to the more than $200,000,000 which the stock holders have invested in the business. In furnishing service to the public no single factor is so important as the insistence up^n a uniform high quality of every gallon of product manufactured, an insistence which is felt in the most remote corner of the organization and of the 11 states served by the Company. Take, as an example, Red Crown gasoline. This is but one of fifteen kinds of gasoline manufac tured and sold by. this organization. Each is made to meet certain uses for which gaso line is needed. Red Crown is made for use in the modern internal combustion engine and for this purpose it has no superior. Red Crown is the last word in a gasoline for power purposes. That this is generally recognized is attested by the fact that last year 725,000,OUO gallons were sold and used by the people of the Middle West. This tremendous volume is the inevitable result of uniformity, high quality and reasonable pnee. It is but one phase of the business but it serves to symbolize the earnest, honest endeavor which every- individual connected with the organiza tion is putting forth to enable the Standard Oil Company (Indiana) to furnish the public a highly essential service. Standard Oil Company (Indima) 910 So. Michigan Ave., Chicago BEST AND BIGGEST CIGAR The more you smoke them The better you'll like them Write for our Premium Catalog No. 4 I. IEW1SCICAR MFC. CO.. NEWARK. N. J. Largest independent Cirtf Farterv in th* World. DR. C. H. R. HOVDE PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 2419 3 /J dealer jnoney measure lover ciothin« and we will send you one for trial. Pottage prepn £MO UYt.lEMf .F\StIlo.N INSTI 23 Irrinf Pl»ce New V J)rpt. DR. H. P. WESTABY DENTIST Office Porter-Henkln Block Phone 2882 MADISON-:-SOUTH DAKOTA Col. C. S. PRICE IE. SHERIDAN & SON AUCTIONEER REAL ESTATE WO HALE TOO LARGE. TOO SMALL Get Workman'* OR TOO FAR AWAY Telephone or see me at HOIDAL'S GARAGI Compensation INSURANCE FLOOR (SURFACING New or old floors san«lo«l. Will go anywhere, tiet Prices. H. J. LUENEBURG Phone 3868 MADISON. SO. DAK.