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'if is it-. r' W liiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Last Time Tonight Cecil H. DeMille i Production "Why Change Your Wife" A Paiiitiauunt-Ai Lciaft Picture ALSO COMEDY Admission 15c--35c Friday and Saturdflfr Conway Tearle —IN— "THE ROAD OF AMBITION" AB tliipiratiuual phulodrama of W nianre and big business, A 100 per cent entertainment. ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY "Hay Rube" ADMISSION 10c--30c 4nUAtt Lndei the proof Tent ONE NI(iHT ONX.Y Madison, Saturday, June 18th *e©. E. Engeaser's Railroad Show's Presenting the (ireateat Laughing Sue die of the Season THE ORIGINAL "OLE OLSON" In 4 Acts and 6 Scenes Prof. Mathew's uniformed band and orchestra. 'Ole' has made millions laugh and forget their troubles. High class vaudeville numbers between acts. Lola's Saxaphone Quar tette. Watch for the red wagon. Location of the show ground—North of Electric Light Plant. THE CITY. WEATHER FOBBGAflV Partly cloudy and unsettled night and Friday Bomewhat cooler east portion. BUSINESS LOCALS Y«* can do better at Kray'a. ... Wanted. Sewing by the day.— Alice FodB, phone 2386. For Sale. Modern house on Third |St., N. W. Phone 353S. Have you ever noticed how we make our Famous Sod as? Did you ever observe that we use rich thick cream in our Malted Milks? That's why our fountain dainties have made such a favor able impression upon our patrons. All our fountain drinks and ice cream dainties are prepared from the very best products that we can buy. Treat yourself to one o fthem today. Kohler's Pharmacy LYRIC THEATRE \l HIJtT .1. KOIII I I?, |»h. «. KiOTirn or KLEimoN. A school election will be held in I'urmlnKton dislrict No. 17 on Tues day, June 21, for the purpose of lectins a treasurer for three years. —M. H. Kramer, clerk. LOCAL NEWS For Sale. Km nit e .suitable for students rooms. Call 2392. Hair work and fancy work.—Mis. Browi), 321 Lee avenue N. Spring chickens at Peck'tt mar ket. Mr. aud Mrs. J. J. Itichter, from Sear Junius, were business visitors In the city yesterday. Lawrence, the 15 year old son of frank Kamper, of Colman, entered Hie hospital yesterday. Mrs. O. C. Williams, of Dell Rap Ids. was operated at the New Madi son hospital this morning. Secretary ankins of the atate Y. M. C. A. is in the city conferring with County Secretary F. M. Hubbell and looking, over the field. Gus Hargo who was stricken with paralysis oue week ago last Sunday at his home in Sioux Falto Bhows but little improvement since he first re ceived medical attention. Mrs. Clifford Hill who has been •pending several months in Great Falls, Montana, has returned to Ma dison for a visit with her brother, Bert McDonald, and family. Ole Edmonds and John Tommeraa lon autoed to Brookings today for the purpose of attending meeting of the Lutheran church. Rev. C. K. Sol- a'8° A beautiful line of hand painted! C. R. and N. bridge ere wengaged in pictures are on sale at Bray's furni-' repair work and construction lure store. They are priced very Reasonable. Call and see them. Agents. Sell LaTusca Gems, really look and wear like diamonds. Exact copies of high priced diamond u7araTtJ^'ed 0,", Illustrated .e,pW"- Promptest service iu making nr. •angeinejits for funerals. See y&" drove over to the meeting. Miss Vera Marxian and her moth *T have moved into their cottage on the Chautauqua grounds. Today the former favored the Lake County I. O. O. F. with a vocal solo, the pro rrain being given in the auditorium. A1 Fuller states that he and his wife had new peas and carrots at dinner yesterday. Mr. Fuller always manages to get his garden seeds in early and pretty generally is the first one to report the use of the first new vegetables. At p. m. Sunday, June 19, Sen ator Gronna of North Dakota, will lecture on Ireland at the Chautau qua auditorium. As Mr. Gronna is one of the great platform men there should be a good attendance. There will be no admission. No man or wonuut should miss hearing the lecture on Ireland at Lake Madison next Sunday at 5 p. m.. by Senator Gronna. The senator ia not of Irish descent nor of Cath olic faith. His address will be fair and impartial. No admission charge. It is estimated that between C, 000 and 10,000 people will be at Lake Madison next Sunday at 6 p. in. to hear Senator C.ronna lecture on Ireland. Delegations are coming from all the iowna within fifty miles of Madsion. Doa't miss this great address. Rev. C. K. Solberg and John L. Swenson autoed to Brookings this morning to represent Trinity Luther an congregation at the convention of the South Dakota district which op ens today and continues tiil Wednes day next week. Rev. Solberg is on the convention program for an ad dress on The ImportaiM of Early Christian Education. Cliyton Ball and Mr. and Mrs. laul S. Johnson are back from the State Sunday School convention at Ifitchell. Grayson Ball, the fourth Siember of the local Presbyterian delegation, is staying over till Sat t0_ urday with friends. The program is up to its usual standard according to ••.•porta. Over 1000 people are at tending the convention sessions. Wellington Franklin, better known Is "Bant," son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Franklin Is working with the B. w on a long mileage out several directions from Pueblo, Colorado that was re cently flood swept. He was in tbe city only recently and left for Stirl ing in that state. He is llvVng at Pawnee. Local anglers are growing some what envious of Dr. B. L. Sheldon's skill at bass fishing. Last week the ai 1MMllUK wtMfK Ine doc,»r br°"*ht nle for, the Sing con.esl headquarters five of the plumpest terms —UTn.«! n"6 agents finest bass ever caughT in Madison Ion Kv Gems Co., Lexing- and again today he has another group of five on display at the Rensch nai uware store, it oegins to appear Ro^Jttaat he will capture some valuable :«rr—• -—jiutti uc wm capture WMMfcat Phone 220f. prUea ID the contort, The three year daughter of Mt and Mrs. Earnest Hinton, living south of Junius, swallowed a spoon ful of paris green while her father was engaged in spraying his potatoes and became deathly sick. Imme 1 diate measures were taken and at' home and vomiting was effected be I fore the unfortunate child wan brought to a local physician who at sured the parents that no fat lit v would result. Bandmaster Kalkhbrenner gathet ed up a number of his bandmen and also several members of the Auieri can Legion and drove to Went worth Colman and Dell Rapids last evening to advertise the big celebration Mr Kibbin Post is putting on at th*-| Chautauqua grounds on Thursdav.' June 23. They were cordially r ceived at each place it is very like) that many people from those poim will favor the legion with their pre ence on "Yankee Doodle Day." It is estimated that nearly thr» hundred Odd Fellows and Rebekah and their friends enjoyed the picm dinner at noon today on the chat tauqua grounds where the Lak» County association of Odd of Fellows are holding a big rally. This after noon the crowd was augmented by the arrival all parts of the county. The day is ideal for this great gathering that came to hear an excellent program. The day's events conclude with a bowery dance at the fine new pavi lion. The Polly Butler people, en gaged for the chautauqua season will furnish the music. The Madison ball team arrived here today fresh from their late vic tory at Wahpcton where they beat Wahpeton-Breckenridge team in a score of 7 to 3. The boys will rest over tomorrow for a long series of games just ahead. Kedfield plays here on Saturday and Sunday then Huron for a series of three games on June 20, 21 and 22. On June 23 Snd 24 Aberdeen meets the locals who play return games with Wahpeton Breckenridge on June 25 and 26. Yesterday Aberdeen defeated Sioux Falls, score 6 to 1. Mitchell got the bes tof Huron, the score board showing 9 to 3. In a flighty game Itedfield counted 11 to Watertown's 7. Plans For Farm Women Meeting Mitchell, June 16.—Plans were considered at the regular meeting of the city federation of Women's clubs for a reception to be given by Mit chell club women at the time of the South Dakota farm women's con gress, to convene in Mitchell, June 23 and 24. The reception is to be held at the Elks' club from 7 to 8 p. m., on June 23. The general committee on arrange ments will be composed of Mrs. G. L. Wire, E. B. Rowley. Entertain ment will be In charge of Mrs. P. H. Kelley, and Mrjj. George Carlson will handle publicity. Loses Eye In An Encounter With Calf Alcester, JttBe 16.As the resulf Of a peculiar accident David Swan son, a farmer of this vicinity, has lost one of his eyes and may lose the other. He was engaged in putting a muz zle on a calf, when the animal sud denly swung its head around, one of the short horns striking Swanson in the face and gouging'out one of the eyes, lie was wearing glasses, which were broken. A piece of glass was driven Into the wound by the force of the blow from the horn. Every effort now Is being made to save the other eye. GOES TO PRISON UNESCORTED Minnesota Man Has to Put Up Argu MM Get Admitted to State Institution. Stillwater, Minn.—Upsetting prece dents in Minnesota and nearly refused admittance to the state penitentiary here, Clarence Hlnes, twenty-three, an automobile mechanic of Canby, Minn convicted of manslaughter, sur rendered to Warden J. J. Sullivan after traveling unescorted from Can by to this city. Hlnes' conviction last September followed death of a woman run down by his automobile. When Hlnes arrived at the prison Warden Sullivan at first was reluctant to admit hlin. lie communicated with Lyon county authorities and was as sured that HlBe« had made the trip from Canby alone. WAS nr BID MN VATS Mrs. josle Heed, 217 N. Exter Ol., Tulsa. Okla., writes: "I wa Bin bed three days with my back. I took Foley Kidney Pills and in two days was at my work again." They help eliminate from the system the poisons that cause backache, rheumatic pains, stiff points, muscles.—Sold Everywhere. MB BABY BAB some and safe V£ other hundreds from BO for re o———— WXOOTOrO OOQLL "My two children had the whooptn* cough," writes Mrs. J. C. Hess, N. Bal timore. O., "and I think Foley's Honey and Tar helped them wonderfully. My eleven month®- old baby had it bad." Foley's Honey and Tar Is pure, whole children. They croup,—Sold .Everywhere, like It. Quickly relieves •«ld«, coujlxa, FOREIGN BORN 13,703,987 Increase Smallest Ever Recorded tar Any Decafe. HEAVY LOSSES ARE SHOWN Germany, Austria, Ireland and Rus sia, Natives of Which Mads Up More Than 59 Per Cent of Country's Total Foreign Born Population Ten Years Ago, Show Loss in Number of Their Natives Curing Last Ten Yeare—Germany Has Largest Loss. Germany, Austria. Ireland and Rus sia, natives of wbich made up more than 59 per cent of the country's total foreigu born population ten years ago, showed heavy losses In the number of their natives In the United States dur ing the last ten years, census bureau statistics show. These losses aggre gated almost 2,000,000 and are believed to have been due largely to the World war, with its consequent exodus of bel ligerent nationals, aad the stoppage of Immigration. i German-born showed a loss of 818, 035, Austrian-horn a loss of 000.014, Irish-born a loss of 316,571 and Rus sian-born a loss of 203,783. While Germany had the largest loss numeri cally, Austria's loss was relatively the largest, having been more thao 50 per cent. Notwithstanding these heavy losses, the country's total foreign horn popu lation, as Just announced by the bureaa of the census In a prelllmnary state ment prepared for the early use of congress, showed an Increase of 358, 442. or 2.6 per cent, the total number of foreign-born being 13,703,987. The in crease Is believed to have been rhe smallest both in numbers and percent age ever recorded for any decade. In the previous decade, s 1900-10, the in crease was 3.174,610,- or 20.7 per cent. Germany in Lead. Geripeny led ae the country of birth of the foreign-born in the United States ten years ago, with a total of more than 2,500,000, and still leads, although the number was reduced to 1,683,318, a decrease of 818,035. The number of natives of Germany have continued te show a loss each decade since 1890. but the last decade decrease was the lar gest ever shown. The standing of other countries in the foreign born population of the United States has (hanged somewhat from ten years ago. Italy has taken second place from Russia with an in crease of 864.333 iu the ten years, com pared with an Increase of 859,000 Id the previous decade and a total for 3920 of 1.607,358. Ireland, which has shown decreases In each decade since 1880, had a larger decrease during the lust decade than In any previous one. the loss having been 316,571, compared with a decrease Of 263,208 for 1909-10. The total num ber of Irish born In the United States In 1920 was 1,035,680, ranking that country fifth. Canada showed a decrease of 87,51 In the ten years, compared with an In crease of 27,000 the previous decade, and dropped from fifth to sixth plaoa. Total Canadians number 1,117,136. Persons born In England numbered 832,414. which was a decrease of 65,305 In the ten years, couipared with an in crease of 37.000 the previous ten years. England ranged .ieveuth, which place she held ten yeais ago. Sweden continued to hold eighth pluce with a total of 624,759. That was a decrease of 40,448 In the ten years, compared with an Increase of 83.000 the previous decade. Austria Now in Ninth Place. Austria, with the second largest nn i ierlcal loss of any country during the ten years, dropped into ninth place from the sixth position. The decrease in the number of Its natives In the Unt ied States was 600.014, compared with n Increase of 683100 during the pre vious decade. Austria's total natives in the United States numbered 574 Norway showed a decrease »f 4®,» -75, compared with an let-reuse of 6T,* *00 In the previous ten years, bringing it* total down to 303.599. Scotland, with a tout of. 254. Showed a dAeuse of «504. comp' with on tncrt&e ef 27.000 in 191Q. VALUES WORTH WHILE Ladies' Suits One-Half Price 1 Lot Silk Dresses $19.50 Plaid Dress Skirts $10 1 Lot Silk Dresses $29.50 ALL THIS WEEK MISS L. B. MORSE Denmark Had an increase ot 7,4012, com pared wit li an increase of 28,000 In i 1910, bringing Its total to 180,051. Jfninee's Im-rense was larger than •luring the previous ten years. It was 35,374, compared with 13,000 in 1910, bringing its total to 152,051. Kpain, Portugal, Belgium, Newfound land and Australia showed Increases, while Wales and Bulgaria showed de creases. CERTIFIED AS DEAD Veteran of the World War Gets Heme and Is Married. Listed as dead at Chateuu Thierry and having in his possession an offer of war ri.sk insurance and a framed "hero's certificate," sent by the War department for "sacrificing his life," Charles L. Gaugler, Northumberland, Pa., married Miss Sarah L. Wood of Reading. Pa. Gdugler served in the Three Hun dred Fourteenth infantry. He says he will make another effort now to make Uncle Sam believe be is not dead, so he can get his insurance con tinued in favor of his bride. Three times the government has offered condolence and insurance to his pareuts .and Gaugler himself re ceived the mailed certificate of hi death. PEASANTS CLOG RAILROADS Moscow Decrees Five-year 8entence for Riding on Platform. The opening of free trade iu grain between the peasantry and the cities of Russia has brought about such an utter state of chaos In the railwax service that an official decree Issue,I 111 Moscow orders .sentences of five years iu concentration camp ft persons traveling on the railway loco motives and car platforms. According to the newspaper Kcono mic Life the free trade decree lias re suited in the peasants, "like a stream of lava, overflowing all the rallwa tines, occupying all the passenger aiii8 and even the freight trains, rid ing on the locomotives, on the roofs iind even on the bumpers." THINKS THBBE IS NONE BETTia PRAISES THEM TO BUS FRIENDS LS&i kache is a symptom of weak vt I dlordered kidneys. Stiff and painful Joints, rheuroatl: aches, sore muscle%l pufflness under the eyes, are others,' You need not suffer. Ben Rlchardsorl,! Wlnyrove, W. Va. writes: "I pratae Foley Kidney Pills because they suT^e, have helped me."—Sold Everywhere. 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This is but a single example of the problems constantly being brought to Standard Oil Company (Indiana) lubricating engineers for solution, and emphasizes the necessity for the minutest accuracy on the part of these specialists in drawing specifications for special lubricants, and the need for extreme accuracy on the part of the manufacturing department in producing lubricants to meet these specifications. It illustrates how highly specialized is the branch of industry wnich engages the atten tion of the Standard Oil Company (Indiana), and the degree of enthusiasm for perfection which must prevail throughout this Organi zation. And this enthusiasm does prevail. Harmony and concentrated interest is ever present throughout the organization of 25,000 men and women, every one of whom, from the Chairman of the Board of Directors to the lowliest recruit, is bending every effort to do his part in the production of useful products, and to have each of a superior standard of fineness. 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