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K", 'h it fer. w I -V" IV Uttlllllllltllllllllllltlllllllililllllilllillltilll "16ee Vigilantes were to the west what the Klu Klux Klan was to the south. Abo 2 Reel Mermaid Comedy "Ban^" Admission lOc-TOo RUBY THEATRE wmiiiimiiiiii»»»ii«iiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiinnni priday, Saturday and Sunday William Farnum "HIS GREATEST SACRIFICE" Should a wife and mother place her career above that of her husband Also Fifth Chapter of LYRIC THEATRE SUNDAY AND MONDAY WANDA HAWLEY —IN— I^Uit Time Tonight Alice Brad|r —With— "OUT OF THE CHORUS* Out of the first row of tfteChor Us into a first family of New York, a perilous jouty-' ney for any giri. AIsg 5 Reel Sunshine Comedy 'Her Dog Gon Wedding* A n i w O c- 3 4 k Saturday Only "VIGILANTES" "Fighting Fate" With WILLIAM iMJNCAN JMhnfcsioa lOc-25c THE THE SNOB' Adapted fro» the story by William J. Neidig One of the cleanest and most refreshing stories of youth an love and college life ever screened. It is as American as the Statue of Liberty. ALSO SHORT REELS GAYETY ORCHESTRA ADMISSION 10c-3( LYRIC THEATRE axy. W&ATHJCli VOttlfiOAAT tthowei s i.might and Saterday much change in temper&ur*. BUSINESS LOCALS Always something new to tfckJ* JMMP taste at the Home Bakery. "Wanted. Typewriting work. Ilea Mtiabl. charges. Phone 3457. Best picnic ham.—18c per pound —-iPeck's Market. Special sale of ladidb' hats at J. A. Johnson's tomorrow. High school auditorium Sunday *Wi»ning at 8:45. Admission free. A aplendid address by Peter Golden. Business is better than ever at the Some Bakery. For Sale. Williams vacuum clean «r in good condition. Pboae 3414. Fancy Cream cheese, S8e pe !und.—Peck's Market'. Hear f*t«r foUit at U* hl«li school auditorium Sunday, Maj Ith, 8:45 p. m. A discount on a!! dark hats.— Miss L. B. Mone. Trimmed hats at sacrifice prices at J. A. Johnson's tomorrow. We think the beat and cheapest bread in SuutU Dakota ii manufac tured at the Home Bakery in Madi son. You will be interested in Peter Golden's lecture on Ireland, come and h**ar it. Lecture free. HOWE'S TAXI. Bus and baggage cars are now available for special call will soon start running on schedule to the lake. Cars all overhauled and paint ed. Clean cars, careful drivers and safety. Call at Howe's Candy Shop. o PHJB8BYTERI AN'S TO OBSERVE MOTH Kit's DAY. Sunday is Mother's Day Th«* North Church on The Avenue plans to honor every mother who attends the morning service by presenting her with a white carnation. The sermon theme will be "Mother." There will be special music. You will find wonderful values during this sale on Wraps, Coats, Suits, Ladies Silk and Crepe Dresses. LOCAL NEWS Wm. Holittr ami of Went wjorth, were in the city today on business. Otto Mork, a Nunda merchant., was in the city 1oday consulting a .specialist. Miss Alice Montgomery was dis-r charged from the local hospital yes lerday. Baffd concert on Egan Avenue to- i night. Come out and hear the best! musical organisation injthls part of! he state. Mrs. Grace Gesley returned thisj afternoon from a three dvas visit in Sioux Falls with her sister, Miss Florence Johnson. Mrs. P. Clair, of Hamona, and Mrs. Penning of Wentworth were among the out of town people visit-1 ing Madison today. E. A. Keller rested fairly well during the night and is reported gaining strength by degrees. He eats! well and aside from discomfort caus ed by anethetics is doing well. A. L. Hanson of Oldham, died at 9:30 a. m. today at the local hospi-, tal. Mr. Hanson's death was caused by delayed shock following the re-1 moval of a large cancer which had perforated the wall of his stomach. A teachers' examination for all grades of certificates is being held today at the Normal. Nineteen ap- Those most interested ia. the city baseball league will hold a meeting in the city hail this evening for the purpose of perfecting a schedule and getting things in shape for the com I ing series. It is reported that the 1 plicants are writing up the work that goes to the state department for grad ing. W. W. Schultz drove overland yes terday from George, Iowa, to Madi son. Mr. Schultz has been working at Georne until very reeently, when! a bruised heel caused him to return home for a while. He is walking by the aid of a crutch. Presbyterian team are to hold regu lar practice at the bail park at 6:30 each Tuesday and Friday night. The Daily Leader received a card today from Dr. B. S. Allison who is making a special study of skin di seases while sojourning in St. Louis stating that he was getting wonder ful work in his special line every day. He finds the weather cold and i damp there with crops no further ahead of those in this state. ^4 SOQ*f jUiT If 940£* Tt*T i YOUR convenience is a part of the service we render We are always pleased to see you at our store when yo® call, but we will serve you just as well when you find it more convenient to phone. SATURDAY SPECIALS 4 lbs. Caddy Krispy Crackers 69Kt 1 gal. can Apples (Pride of Egypt) 55c Garland Flour, 49 lb. sack. $2.45 Log Cabin Maple Syrup, each 35c Ferndell Black Cherries, 2 1-2 lb %r 5 bars P. & G. Soap (1 Sea Foam Free) 35c Armour's Helmet String Beans, can 5c Extra Fancy Blue Rose Rice, per.Uk 5c Wild Rose Bread, 11-2 lb. loaf. 15c Don't do without anything you want—don't hesitate PHONE US STARTING SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1921 MAY REDUCTION SALE MRS. K. KNOERI Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Solbers left this morning by auto for Sioux Falls to attend the Luther League annual convention of the South Dakota io district. Mrs. L. H. Blagen and Clif ford Olson, delegates to the conven tion from Trinity Luther league, and Mrs. Joseph Opperud accompanied them. They will return Monday. Some new tables and chairs have been added to the cafeteria under the dance pavilion at Lake Madison thus providing greater accommoda tion for the crowd that is expected for the opening ball tomorrow night. It was learned that people from sev eral nearly town are planning to at tend this first dance of the Chautau qua season. At 4:3 p. ni. Wednesday John Henry Wood Connor, of Sioux City, was united in marriage to Miss Anna F. Farrand. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Farrand of this city. The ceremony was performed at the home of the bride's parents and Dr. D. J. Mitterling officiated. The new fyweds are to make their home in Sioux City. Sentiment at the American Legion last evening favored proper mem orial Day observance. The exserv ice men will attend the memorial day sermon the preceding Sunday dressed in army uniform. They are preparing for a big Legion day at the lake sometime in June. Speaking, field and water sports, an airplane performance, etc., will feature on the program. It Is possible that Gov. W. H. McMasters will be present at that time. If that day proves a success it will be made an annual affair. The Odd Fellows are soon to have a live baseball team in the city lea gue very soon. So far they have been able to list some first class ma terial, men who have played ball be fore and who know every feature of the sport. They were fortunate in securing the services of County Au ditor Vertus Elfort who pitched for the regimental team in A. E. F. when in France. The Presbyterian team is fully organized and now when the Methodists and the American Legion get their forces together some spirit ed contests may be looked for at the ball park n the near Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Telephone 2133 Madison, S. D. 43c QUAUlf u u e All Meats U. S. Inspected Beef Roasts "M8c-15c Lean Boiling 15c Rib Beef 12%c Veal Stew 15c Plain Steak 20c Salt Pork 18c Bacon ..30c-20c Lard Compound i5c Pure Lard .20c Spare Ribs 18c !H I I Illl SANITARY MARKETS CASH SPECIALS SCUDDER BROS Call 2207—We deliver on time ate First: It is sold at a moder price. You save when you buy it. Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There are no failures —no spoiled bakings. Nothing is thrown away because it always makes the sweetest, most palat able of foods. Fourth: It is used by mil lions of housewives—leading do mestic science teachers and cook ing experts. ii n you piij™ CALUMET One lot of Hats. Rolled Oats per pkg 10c No. 3 Can Pork & Beans....25c Catsup ...: 25c-15c 6 cans Salmon for 75c Libbey*s Corned Beef, can.. 20c Peaches (in syrup) 4cans.$1.00 22 oz. Fruit Preserve 35c Sugar 11 lbs. for $1.00 SAVE WHEM YOU BUY IT- WHEN YOU USE IT I^Vfej UllltlHHIWillllllullllill Fifth: It's the best Bakin Powder that can be produce Was given highest awards at World's Pure Food Exposition, Chicago, Paris Exposition, Paris, France. Sixth: It contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by the United States FotxJ Authorities. The finest quality Baking Powder—at the most economical cost. Strictly pure absolutely de pendable. "The Bi:gest Bar ain That Goes Into the Kitchen Today." A pound can of Calumet contains fuil 16 oz. Some halving powder come in 12 oz. cans instead (J 16 oz. cans. Be sure you get a pound when vmt ir II* MINI Head Lettuce, Celery Liberty Tomatoes and Cucumbers SERVICE «rt ALUM? ||^j| "BesrsvTc:- Cabinet itek Co.kie Recipe •—Vj Cup butter, Vj Cop sugar, 2 Eggs, V Ci:p flour, 1 Level Calumet Baking Powder, yi Cup chopped nuts, 1 Teaspoon lemon juice. Then mix in the regular way.