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Whose Face Is This? Do you know all the popular screen stars of today—male or female, when you st tbtm? Sure you do? Well, whose is this smiling countenance? Just to help you a wee bit well say that he is the greatest of all chap ter play start. He is coming here in his latest a n e a e s a e play— 'FIGHTING FATE" ADMISSION •jt *t- wm RUBY THEATRE iiuiiNiimiillHlHiiiMisiiii'isf.iiiHiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii' itnii FK1PAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY Matinee Satarday and Sunday at 3 P. 4 9 REELS s s A Tom Mix "THE ROAD DEMON" A romantic western tale of stunts and thrills in an tos and saddle. Also Last Chapter of "SON OF TARZAN' Also First Chapter of "FIGHTING FATE" Willi WILLIAM DUN CAN AND EDITH JOHXSQX LYRIC THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY REX BEACH'S FAMOUS STORY "The Silver Horde" A new Rex Beach triumph of dramatic entertainment. A smashing, crashing drama in which the might oi the North is pitted against the cunning ot Wall Street with love and for tune at stake. ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY Admission 30 Cents and 30 Cents SUNDAY and MONDAf Douglas MacLean -IN "CHICKENS" You will remember Douglas MacLean who starred in "231-2 Hours Leave." Incubated in city society* Fattened on the farm off ttie milk of human kindness. Lustily crowing with love and fun. ALSO BUSTER KEATON —IN— "CONVICT 10c~2f» IT ADMISSION lOc-.'JOc CITY. WEATHER FORECAST Cicudy and unsettled and colder, tuaight Saturday fair. BUSINESS LOCALS Cabbage, 6 rents a pound, aimer's Grocery. -Roiled oatf 10 cents par package. —Beudder Bros. Market. Girl Scout bake sale Saturday at Co-.fumer's Cash Store. V nl l.» cents per pound.—• Sencder Bros. Market. Sr^ial for Saturday and Sunday at Bud's Place, chocolate and carn al- velvet ice cream. Beef ribs 14 cents per pound.— ffci .dder Bros. Market. Bake sale at Johnson'^ Store Sat urday morning. 22 ounce jars fruit presertas IS eant.s.—Scudder Bros. Market. Aladdin lamps and extras at China Shop. if For Sale. Choice building lot west of Presbyterian church. Cheap If taken at once, ,Phone 3819. Criaco per Grocery. SPECIAL MUSIC SALE, •aturday Only? Two dollars worth (M one dollar.—Damuth Music Store SPECIAL FOB SATURDAY. Hand painted Nipon China cups sUsurbetd at 45c each.—China Shop. sherbits at 4 5c each.—China Shop. SPECIAL MUSIC SALE. Saturday Only! Two dollars worth for one dollar.—Damuth Music Store. BACCALAUREATE SERMON AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Presbyterian church year clos ed March 31. During the past year a large class had their commencement day. They commenced their rela the tion ship with The North Church on The Avenue as members. Next Sun- rUv morninc the *#rmon will K« a baccara.urea.it: sermon fur this splend id class. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. E. Jordan, of Ra Bona, did some trading at local stores between trains. Wilbur Freiburghaus, of Ramona, spent several hours in Madison be tween trains yesterday. Mrs. P. Lee, of Howard, the late guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Verio, de parted for home this afternoon. Ed. Flynn and Elmer Farmer, re turned today from a recent business trip to Lemmon in Perkins county. Miss Katheryn Crowley, of Sioux Falls, is in the city receiving the hospitality of her slater, Mrs. Her man Vreyens. Chester Sown and wife came up from Sioux Falls this afternoon for a visit with the former's mother, Mrs. A. J. Sogn. Mr. E. A. Keller returned today to his home at Clark after solicitously caring for his wife who is a patient at the Madison hospital. Herman Proehl has been quite ser iously ill for several days owing to an attack of pneumonia that is be ing closely watched by a local physi cian. Fred Uthe of Lakeview was in from his farm today and reports ill ness in his family, Mrs. Uthe suffer ing from pleurisy and two children ill. one afflicted with pneumonia. Clarence Wilcox stopped in Madi son a short time today while en roufe home to Summit from Valpar aiso. Indiana. He was greeted by Dr. H. P. Westaby, his former teacher. The ten year old daughter, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Boyd underwent an operation for appendicitis at the lo cal hospital today. The girls par ent.-i r^nide five miles southwest of Madison. Miss Florence Northrop returned yesterday from Sioux Falls where she spent several days attending a conference of school officers who were working on plans for vitalized agricultural work in all of the rural schools of the state. Deputy Sheriff E. A. Keller, turned from Sioux Falls bringing back the witnesses that were sum moned to appear in federal court in the trial of Tom Olmore. Mr. Kei ler stated that the trial has been set over for next week. Owing to the resignation of Mrs King, chief operator at the Ramona telephone exchange. Miss Anna Nash eim of this city is giving that posi tion a trial with a view of retaining it should everything be suitable. J. L. Snyder and Miss Mary Ford a bookkeeper at the local telephone office were at Ramona today on com pany business. Miss Agnes De Mars one of the operators in the Madison Office is doing substitute work, for the present, at the Ramona telephone exchange. Miss Bessie Hawk, representing the O. J. Moore Grocery company, of Sioux City, is at. Slack's store today putting on a demonstration of a par ticular brand of coffee. Customers! there are being educated to distin-' guish between coffee grades and the economy found in purchasing the bent brands obtainable. McKibbin Post of the American Legion held their regular monthly meeting at club quarters last even- HOLIEN'S GROCERY la ter date. The post is keeping up its Interest in those things relating themselves to the questions growing out of the war. There are lively times for the peo pie of Franklin consolidated school district this evening. A banquet is to be given there for the Winfred Boy's basketball team and also for I the local schools' team of girls. This is to be followed by a community dance. Out of ten games on their schedule the girls won eight. The boys' schedule included a list of 12 engagements. Their percentage of winning wus below that of the young ladies. "JameB Robertson was at Mitchell yesterday meeting with the board of directors of the State Master Build ers The state Mutual Compensation association was also in session there at the same time. Reports coming to the board from all sections of the United States were read showing that skilled labor in constructive lines are to acquiesce to a reduction of from 10 to 15 per cent In their wage scale. This includes bricklayers, carpenters, finishers and even com mon labor. This new condition ad mits of much building progress as soon as the money stringency lessens noticeably. Mr. Robertson stated that copper, and essential war til tut#! had reached a new lower level. Metal Mining I i Looks Promising i CMcajro. April S.—Hfeta! mining industry will be on its feet within six months. This is the belief ex pressed today by John T. Burns, sec retary of the American Mining Con gress in an interview with the Unit ed Press upon a return from a tour TELEPHONE 2140 The Store of Quality and Service COFFEE ECONOMY One of the reasons why so many practical coffee users buy their coffees at this stotv is that we save them monev There are more cups to the pound in FERNDELL BRAND COFFEES beesrawFerndell Brand Cof fees are carefully selected by experts, thoroughly cleansed by machinery scientifically blended and perfectly roasted by the advanced pnces.s Every berry is good. You get the most value for your money in these coffees. So id one pound air-tight packages Ferndell Best Grade lb. ..50c Ferndell Remus, per lb 40c Forndell Apollo, per lb 3"c FLOUR Ardee $3.10 Pillsbury's Best $2.7 Gold Medal $2.75 Garland $2.65 Plenty of nice fresh eggs Creamery butter 50c Troco, 3 lbs for 85c FRUIT Grapefruit, each 10c Oranges, per doz., 25c, 35c, 70c Extra Fancy Winesaps Per doz. ^.... 4.c Fancy Lemons, dof., J5c Bananas, per lb. J: „15c VEGETABLES Celery, bunch 20c Green onions 10c New cabbage, per lb 7c Rutabagas, per lb. 5c Newly dug parsnips, lb 5c Head Lettuce.fine, each....20c Cucumbers, each -10c Cauliflower, eacht 15c Fresh Carrots, Beets, Pieplant New Goods Just In Powdered Sweetened Cocoa I^arge Gold Dust. pkg..- -15c Plain Olives, bottle 10c Standard quality Peas can 10c Standard qaulity Corn, per can 10c Large Oatmeal, pkg. 25c Ferndell Catsup, 17 oft. bottle 35c Sunshine Krispy crackers. 40c Sunbrite Cleanser, 2 for.... 15c "Rit" assorted colors each 15c Mint Jelly 30c Fresh Horseradish, bottle 20c Tea and Perrin's sauce 40c Special Cantaloupe Jam....45c Ferndell Bath Tablet 3 for ..30c We have a nice assortment of 1 ing. It was largely a business ses sion and nothing definite was done looking toward the observance of Memorial day. That is a matter to be given particular attention at a Preserves, Jams and Jellies. WE DELIVER THE GOODS Hold Bennett Sheriff Manslaughter Charge April S.—Vernoa E. Sick- el, assistant attorney general, has re turned from Martin, the county seat of Bennett county, where he acted as the prosecuting officer in the charge against Sheriff Seth Austin, of that county, of a charge of killing Guy Latta last winter. After the local authorities refused to act, the case was taken up by the state and Judge Burch, of that cir cuit, went down to sit as a roramit ting officer, with the attorney gen I eral's office acting as prosecutors, and after the hearing Austin was bound over on a charge of first do .£ree manslaughter. Dakota Wife Tire* O a i e Chicago, April 8.—On the broad Dakota uplands, where life la gener ally conceived jp terms of 3f* 1 hard and co-operative farmers, they also hare cults nowadays. of the leading mining districts. Par- berg, of 1226 East Forty-sewnth street, learned about while she was living with her husband, Edward O. alysls of industry has cost countless millions of dollars, Burns said, but there is a general feeling of optim-' ism as to the future of gold, silver,! copper, lesd, iron and zinz fields. The one that Mrs. Florence Brats- Bratsberg, on the wheat lands was founded on the idea that women be long at home and that black eyesj, by ROLLED OATS FreBh goods, per lb—..5c JELLO IVr pkg. 11c. 3 for....30c RICE Blue Rose 3 lbs. for 25c NAVY BEANS Hand picked, 3 lbs* 25c COOKIES Fancy Marshmallow 3 1-4 lb. pkg $1.00 CANDY Standard Chocolates, per pound 25c BUTTERINE Troco Nut, per lb. 30c lessening feminine charm, are the in signia of the true homemaker. I Mrs. Bratsberg in a suit for di-: voice filed today said she didn't know lite name of the cult. Her husband and some neighbor men b# looged. They b*-at their wlveu to kt-ep rhem at home and to make them unattractive to other men. Fre quently, she said, the brothers of the cult were away from home for long periods. Bratsberg deserted her July 18, 1018, she charged. He is living at Lemmon. S. D., now, the bill said, and owns many acres in that sec tion. Asks Warrant Marble Theft Yankton, April 8.—An embessle ment matter was brought to the at tention of States Attorney Howard Warren. One small boy asserted and main tained that he had entrusted seven marbles of real worth and beauty to another small boy and the recipient had departed with the marbles and the original owner had been unable i to recover them and that he want ed an arrest made. The state's attorney counseled them to settle them out of court if poasitta. Car Drops Forty Feet Over Bank Lead, April 8.—While attempting to turn his car around on a road near Terry, E. G. Mickle had a very nar row escape from serious injury. The car in some manner started ahead at the wrong moment, going over an embankment and being brought to a stop by a pine tree 40 feet below. As the car went over the bank Mr. Mickle jumped and roeelved oaly minor injuries. A block and tackle was procured and the car hauled back to the road, proceeding under its own power to this dtj. May Veto Mining Industry Tax Bill St. Pant. April 8.—Governor Prwa may veto the occupation tax on iron Tmia TUBS xs worn Moses Richardson, R. F. D. 1, Box 78, Ramer, Okla., writes: "I had a hurting in m.v chest and coughed until I gasped for breath. Foley's Honey and Tar re lieved me of my trouble and did me so much good I don't think there is a bet ter medicine for colds. coughs and hoarseness." Good for children—and aaft. iuld Everywhere. EVERY DAY PRICES FLOUR, FANCY PATENT Bracks $2.60 SODA Arm and Hammer, per package 8c COCOA Good bulk, per lb. 20c PEACHES In good syrup Large cans 35c TOMATOES Armours, large tins... 20c CORN Good standard, per can 13c, 2 for 25c MACARONI AND SPRAGHETTI Per package 10c, 3 for 25c Kelley's Self-Service Grocery FRIDAY Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiium MILK Northfield Brand, Large cans I5c YEAST Genuine Yeast Foam, Per pkg. 9c 3 for 25c FLAKE WHITE SOAP Regular 8c liars, 4 bars for 25c RINSO The new wash powder 8c per pkg. 2 for 15c SANIFLUSH 25c size, per can.. 22c SEEDS Sioux City Garden Per package 4c BAKED BEANS Large size No. 3 Per can 22e JIIIIIIIIHIIflllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllflllljl (Free Demonstration] I Honeymoon Coffee and Moore's Self-Raising I Pancake Flour at I I Slack's Store I AND Buy Your Wall Paper, Paint, Varnishes and 1 mining industry passed by the senate last night by a vote of 38 to 27, it was stated today. The measure was expected to reach him tonight. It already had pased the house. Six per cent occupational tax in lieu of all other taxes on mining industry would probably have met the appro al of the governor, it was said, but the legislature failed to repeal adva-J loruni taxes and the governor is ex pected to view additional tasatispaftj too great a burden. Brushes at Syverson & Schnack The Rexall Store Or. C. C. HOAGLA.MD, Specialist Eye, Ear, None and Throat Complete Recoras of Dr. Frudaa feld's Patients. Dakota State Bank Bldg. Madtoon. (4. D. Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS Jk SURGEONS^ SATURDAY I Don't forget to Come In and HaveSome! 1 tiU-\E 135 i 1 QUALITY SERVICE! 1 IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIII II IIIIII I HI HI IIIIIIMIIIIIHIIIIFI Beesley Dray Line Does all Uadi of hauliag, BOTiif household goods, ste 5and, gravel sad black dirt for sale. Delivered short notice. ROY BEESLEY Phone 3772 TST THIS rOK INDIGESTION Fol'-i i'a i liar'i i' r.iliii-r if.- _',-t la thing for headache, biliousness, bloating K»s. bad breath and other symptoms of indigestion. Mrs. H. J. Marchard, 36 Lawrence St.. Salem, Mass., writes: "I used Foley Cathartic Tablets for consti pation with jfood results. I will never be without them."—Sold Everywhere. Madison Iron & Metal Company R. E. HARTIG. Manager We bu« IRON, COPPBR, BRASS, LEAD all kinds scrap mttil. RAGS, RUBBER wmiM AND FURS Located block west Caiman Lum* ber Yarn is old store bull dins Madison Electric Co. WIRING, FIXTURES. MOTORS and SUPPLIES km) Kkan Ave. s. Phosia 21 sa CHAS. A. TRIMMER CONSULTING ENGINEER Lanci Drainage, Surveys an| Municipal Engineering MADISON SOUTH DAKOTA DR. H. GILBERTSON GRADUATE VTaBtNiBTiW aae GINBRAL AUCTION—R NUNDA SOOTH DAKOTA DR. C. H. K HOVDR PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Over Dakota Stata Bask HOURS: 9-11 a. m.. S-6, 7-1 p. a Office Phone 3177 Baa. Phoaa *171 MADISON S. D.