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vim***** *V x-f- c" '•& ^-'4. \-Jr 4 UI rv ,*•# i ttV V. i v iv V if 1 I 7 LYRIC THEATRE :»ilttWiHIW»illlWIW»WWtlHIIIIWIItlHHIM v TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY A U N Y U S Jr THE STRINGS" Tff" V if |N- A lis A picturization of the famous S&* Ia3' that made American audi- ^noes roar with laughter for imany happy seasons. An all &ta rcast with LEATR1CE JOY, J? AYMOND HATTON and CUL LEN LANDIS. ALSO TWO REEL COMEDY "The Rent Dodger" 1 'rJVdmissr.m 10e--.'i0c I THURSDAY ANI) FRIDAY v Wanda Hawley MTHE OUTSIOB WOMAN" A comedy of newly weds^ in du plicate apartments, with a busy fire escape be -.v tween- w* ALSO COMEDY "High Life't Two reels of film wili be ur.day and Friday nights dition to the Lyric's regular pro fcrani, on the subject of the prevein rHon of cancer. These films have been secured by the local organiza tion of physicians and Burgeons from he American Society tor Uie Pre vention of cancel1 in •Admission l#e-30c •mt. cm WBATHKH FOUBOAB* ftUi tonight and Thursday, be coming unsettled west portion fcomewhat colder Thursday. 1 1 »o .x-V, '5 BUSINESS LOCAL* °r s*le New ti r»n*e. C»ll 2266. Three acts of howling mirth. See 'f the "Mollusc," Dec. 16. Ctet our prices on Christmas can (dies and nuts before buying.— BI*ck'8- Christmas Trees. Large and small, a to 20 feet.—Farmers Lumber Yard. Berried holly wreaths and sprays, oak sprays and baby Christmas trees. •'-|Weide's Flower Shop. ^4-45Oc children 3 5c. V See the "Mollusc" eom A |edy. Adults 50c children 35c. Get your order in now for your -Chtistmas tree. We have Iota of nice «ne8.—Slack's. Fine assort meat manicure foods Jut Kohler's Pharmacy. Mrs. R. D. West a by will read "The ivi5Other Wise Man" during the Inter- v r,. Emission between the two parts of the JChristmas cantata to be given by the VFirst Baptist choir, Sunday evening, -x^Dec. 18th. yV Christmas trees, 3 to 20 feet, cheap ^at Farmers' Lumber yard. Waconia highest grade pure aorg ''bum syrup, $1.25 per gallon, at ^Slack's. Order some today. *i •rptle Mollusc," a splendid three act comedy, Friday the 16th. Adults Something new in Wear-Ever "aluminum. Will Powell will display ^and take orders for it at M. E. church parlors Thursday afternoon, 15. Everybody come and Me It. V t' 0 f-j"' LOCAL NEWS Mm. Nelson, a resident of Howard C* »underwent a serious operation at the local hospital today. Di. H. E. Kellogg and his two sons ,,Ray and Lynn, have reached the.i tr ^western destination, Los Angeles, Cal., after an Interesting trip over- land by auto. Clara Fox died at 12:46 today. ^Funeral services will be held at 1:30 \touioiiow at the home of Ed Coty. ,sThe body will be taken to Watklns, ^.^Minn., for burial. The Presbyterian Aid society will •V' ^meete in the church parlors on Thurs "day afternoon. The hostesses are Mesdames Stizel, Smith, Lee and Bit ti.eitaedt, A R. J. Franklin, familiarly known as "Red," son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Franklin, writes his parents that •he and E. G. Rudd are employed by Bell Telephone company at Eagle i Pass, Texas. Both of these Madison men are enjoying the climate there •p but there are certain other condi tions about that section that do not appeal to them. The fellows that assisted In caus ing Ludencioif deep chagrin in defeat overseas, namely the American Le gion, again came off victors at the local bowling ways last evening In a contest against the farmers from LeRey township, the former winning three three games. Thursday night Hanson's Diamonds meet the skillful men composing the Hudson super six. There will be a meeting at the training school auditorium Thursday at 4:30 p. m., for all mothers inter ested in the organization of a kin dergarten during the remainder of thft aehool year, All mothtm having \1 A ». i h** f' i S ten. *. r.y r?-* i *'V^:'- wrf c. ,^-,*, •«•*, 5 w v if f'* -1 _. .- mr ff riri»¥irv» i i I i v e y e a s o a e o o e y Hie first of the year and who desire them to enter the kindergarten are especially invited. It will not be necessary to bring the children to this meeting. The merchants of Madison are re porting a good business today due largely to the special advertising for bargain day. Since |50 in cash is to be distributed among today today's buyers, the drawing will be held at nine o'clock this evening at the Hun limer-Sheldon garage on Center street W. Some lucky coupon holder will receive $20 some other one $15 and Hon on until all the prize money is exhausted. George L. Scully, Jr., celebrated his fourth birthday in a very happy manner yesterday afternoon by in viting into his parents' home, 310 Fifth street N. E., four couples of little people who had a j_I apection is an annual event with each canton. Steve Olsbo ha« always passed At their regular monthly meeting to be held this evening at the new Madison hospital will have as the ba sis of their program aspects of can cer, its dianosis and treatment. It will be entirely a cancer symposium with excellent papers and discussions in line with a great scope of modern medical research on a subject now en grossing the attention of leading sur geons and physicians. Drs. D. S Baughman, B. S. Allison, C. H. Hovde and C. C. Hoagland of this city are to appear on the program with facts and theories coming from their practice and study. There will also be present this evening Dr. N JT. Nessa, of Sioux Falls, and Dr. Koren, of Watertown. Each of the latter two has a prominent part in the program of instruction. A ban quet wili be served at 6:30 and be ginning at nine o'clock the medical profession will have an opportunity to see moving pictures at the Lyric showing some of the more efficient methods of conducting cancer treat meat. I. niairif'^iiilMr irtur'i rii^lifilliri1 merry round of fun and pleasant entertainment. .VIIKS UaumgartntT of the normal faculty kept them thoroughly inter ested by means of stories and Juven ile games until they were served Kith refreshments. F. L. Burnett and M. H. Colgrove autoed south thsi afternoon, the for mer stopping at Deli Rapids on bus iness. The Clerk of Courts will be in Sioux Falls this evening as in spection officers for the meeting of tie canton. The local canton will be to session at Odd Fellows' hall to ol or row evening at which time S. R. Rowley, of the Mitchell lodge, will conduct the regular Inspection work. Ladies of the canton are in vited to be present for the work and nlso for a lunch and social hour, lo- /?.•% Child Badly Hurt UH a more expert painter and decorator than fisherman In years gone by, out a recent streak of luck at Round Lake brings up considerably his ra tio of expertness with the fishing rod. On Monday Steve lured fifteen sfood sized pickerel from shallow bed Round Lake and returned to Ma diBon in high glee. Steve thinks "Ru*ty" Mitchell, Lewis Gleitz and Gus Weise used a defective adding machine when counting their catch from the same lake that day. Per haps "Rusty" and his pais had bet let make affidavit before a notary in order to convince Steve of their ac curacy in counting. Coach Lowry of the high school far ulty has finally completed the win ter schedule that will be followed during the coming basketball gam es. The schedule starts off Decem 22 when WInfred plays the locala in Madison. The remainder of the dat ing runs as follows January 6, Wes sington Springs at Madison Janu ary 13, Pipestone at Madison Jan uary 20, Flandreau at Flandreau January 26, Redfield at Redfield January 27, Huron at Huron Feb ruary 4, Sioux Falls at Madison February 9, Bryant at Madison Feb ruary 17, Huron at Madison Febru ary 24, Pipestone at Pipestone and the concluding game coming on Feb ruary 25, when the locals play Sioux Falls on the latter's home floor. The practice work now in regular prog ress gives promise of strength and great winning prospects for the high school team 4 Stork Legend Is Verified Mew York, Dec. 14.—"Nobody can tell me hereafter that associating stork with the birth of a child is a myth," said Captain Jonas Pendle bury of the Bteamship Centennial State, operated by the United States line. He made port today with the reason for sis belief. "We left London 10 days ago, and while coining down the Thames, in the vicinity of the Downs, a stork flew aboard the ship, alighting on the forecastle heAd," said the skip per. "John L. Bebe, my chief officer ran down from the bridge where we were standing and chased the bird into the forecastle, with the idea of capturing and stuffing it. The bird however, crawled through a porthole and escaped. "In less than a half hour. Dr. W S. Erwin was called to the cabin of Mr. and Mrs. James Rasley. Not long afterward he emerged with grin, 'It's a girl,' he announced. FF***-" UXOST smmis Mrs Ct. "flu" Grab, 3116 Washington A New Orleans, La., writes: "My child had a cough so bad she would almost strangle coughing. Foley's Honey and Tar relieved her cough, and Everywhere. I yi. \j. '4 r\ A /if*: recom mend it to any mother." Checks colds, croup, whooping cough, bronchial and cougfrb yWMraa 'J*r- In Auto Accident Summit, Dec. 14.—The 5-year-old son of I. Watters here, was badly injured Sunday when he was run over by an automobile driven by Ab ner Hendrickson. Hendrickson did not notice a group of small children playing around his car when he climbed into it and started the en gine. The boy was attempting to hitch his sled on the back of the au tomobile when Hendrickson started to back up in order to avoid another car standing near. The car struck the boy, knocking him down and the rear wheel passed over his body. He made no outcry. Hendrickson stopped aft er proceeding backward only a few feet and started -on, this time pass ing again over the body of the lad. The boy was picked up unconscious and rushed to a physician, 'lit 4s badlv hurt, but may recover. 1 Grain Record I s Broken Sioux City., Dec. 14.—A new rec ord for receipts at the Sioux City Grain Exchange was established Mon day, when 125 cars of grain were re ceived. The largest number of cars previously received was 100, while from 50 to 60 have been considered normal day's receipts. Receipts have been steadily in creasing, ,due to the fact that much ofthe grain exported from Baltimore and New Orleans is now being handl ed through the Sionx City exchange. Heretofore a large part of this busi ness has gone by way of Omaha, Kansas City and St. Louis. Grain dealers say that they expect the receipts to maintain an average of ltd' cars a day from now on. All Citizens. In County Are Whites Canova, Dec. 14.—An interesting fact gleaned from the 1920 census figures is that the entire population of Miner county is white, there being no negroes, Indians, Chinese or Jap anese in the county. The total pop ulation of the ckounty is given as 8,560, of which 4,520 are males and 4,040 females. The total native white population is 7,621, of which 3,981 are males and 3,640 females. The foreign born whites number 939. with 539 males and 400 females. The native white of native parentage number 4,433, the native white of foreign parentage, 1,863, and the na tive white of mixed parentage 1, 3t». OUMPION BOXING D0tt. Uliamplon middleweight canine of the world, Schnops, In the ring. Schnops Is a master boxer, and can "use his dukes" better than many a human, and is so enthusiastic shout the new sport he has learned he is liable to Introduce It to "select society of the canine world." Schnops, a great Dane, Is shown In the ring with his owner Joseph Fredericks, of New York city. NEW CHHW TEST SHOWS WATER IN MO Minnesota Chemist Discovers Method by Which Greater ib. Accuracy Is Assured Jfo%'iiew chemical test that will tH with great accuracy the amount i water that has been added to mil. has leen perfected and recommence* as a standard test for food chenri.-t of health departments and other agencies. Julius Horvet. of Sc. Paul Minn., announced in Washington at the annual meeting of the Americai Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. By utilizing the fact that the add! tlon of water to rallk raises its frez ing point, the chemists will be nbit to detect additions as low as thm per cent. "Certain types of milk may contaif as high as 20 per cent, or even more actual added water without yielding positive indications of adulteration by means of any heretofore applied method at v. 4 t' 4 y j*. «»,» examination," Xfr. Horvet I .*.ail in explaining the new cryog()pi£ test During the past year, collaborator* in all parts of the country hflve beefl making test.« on milk from different breed* of cows to determine the utllitf of the freezing point method. Tht thermometers used have to be ex tremely accurate as 10 p«er cent wate* in the milk changes the freezing point only fifteen hundredths of a degree. The thermometers are standardized by determining their reading whes placed in freezing distilled walar solutions of very pure sugar. Oddities in Relationship In f»ennsyt vanla Family^ George W. Weaver, Center count#. Pa., enjoys the distinction of having a great-grandchild who Is older than his youngest daughter, and Weaver himself Is only sixty-eight years u# age. He has been married twice and is the father of eighteen children. thirteen of whom are living. Ills oldest granddaughter married Edward Askey of Liberty township. Their oldest son Is thirteen years oldi and older than Mr. Weaver's younf»| est daughter by his second marriage who Is greataunt to the lad who watfl born before her. Weaver is regarded as the Danitl Boone of Curtis township, as he has probably killed more deer and bear dup» ing his life than any other resident. Every season he spends some time tal the woods after deer. CUT tan OVT—XT XS WOBTI Kom Out out this slip, enclose with 5 cents to Foley & .. 2836 Sheffield Ave* Chicago, 111., writing your namo and ad drcsK oV-nrly You will receivo In re turn trinl pfuknge containing Foley's Uonvy and Tar Compound, for coughs. eolds» and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Othartic Tablct*.-8old Every where. Madison Electric Co. WIRING, FIXTURES. MOTORS AND SUPPLIES loo Mean Ave. 8. Phoaa S*1B "DR. A. H. NOLAN DENTIST Office in Hontemer Block PHONE 2291 Chiropractic Health Parlors MATHILDA HCXitt, C., PH. ('. Three blocks west of the Dakota State Bank in the former Madison Hospital Building. Telephone 2251. Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 5 p. m. COL. C. S. PRICE AUCTIONEER NO BALKS TOO LABGBL TOO BMAIX OR TOO PAR AWAY telephone or w« me HOBDAL'S GARAQS E. SHERIDAN & SON REAL ESTATE Get Workman's Compensation INSURANCE MADISQNt SOUTH DAKOTA Drs. Kellogg & Allison PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Telephone 2133 Madison. S. D. .i»7V •'V' V i f- t) jr4 aiairrrtmriir "f iir in i IS OLDER THAN GRANDAUNT ItamomO VTIm Circlet Self-Adjusting. It aim ply dipt over the bead, ciaipa at waist and smooths out ugly line*. if your dealer can't get it send actual bust measure, name, ad dress & $ 1.50. We 11 send the Circlet prepaid. Sizes 3 4 to 48. Nemo Hygienic-Fashion Institute 17.0 E. '6 St. New York., Dap't M. DR. C. C. HOAGLAND SPECIALIST Diseases and Surgery of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Eyes tested and glasses fitted. Hours:—8:30 to 12 and 1 to 6. Saturday evenings 7 to 9. Dakota State Bank Building WESTERN ELEVATOR AND GRAIN CO. (Formerly Merchants Elevator Co.) Dealers in Grain, Coal and Wood. See Us Before Selling OP Buying. H. "L. WILLIAMS, Mgr. I O N E 2 1 1 2 Bargain Day Specials at 50c 80c Kodak Albums Assorted Boys and Girls Books Box Paper, assorted colors News Stand & Book Store Beesley Dray Line Does ftB Idafe of haoiUg, Sud, gittTd tad Mack dirt short Mtka. ROY BEESLEY J?,, household good* it| i X\ i' it 4- y v J.4 V MIGHTY ENJOYABLE —and quite out of the Ordinary—is that spicy 4-!eaf flavor in a Spur Cigarette. Just let your taste decide. •that Spicy 4-LEAF FLAVOR KENTUCKY BURLHY for good old tohscco CHOICE MACEDONIAN for spicy aroma GOLDEN VIRGINIA for life and sparlfp BROAD MARYLAND for cool-burning Sp tir CIGARETTES tjOGRTv & Mms Tobacco Ce. N V^- Hone 3772 -h til^MUBiUUfeMUi The only crimped cigarette in America no paste. ,0T MADE BY A THUS 1 CHRISTMAS NUTS AND CANDY Mixed, per pound. Extra Mixed, per pound.^.%.. ^. 1 Peanut Brittle, 2 pounds.!. i Broken Rock, per pound.., Nuts, per pound 15c to*.. The China' v 1 Sc V The value of bak- ing powder is based on its leavening strength. You can't judge it by the size of the can—or by the amount you get for your money. You must estimate it by the amount of baking powder used baking and the in each results you get CALUMET is die greatest value ever*flp* offered in Baking Fowder—it has greater raising force"—it goes farther than many of the other brands. You use enly a grounded or heaping teaspoonful where many olhcrs call for two tea spoonful 3 or more. But Baldng Powder is not all you'il save when using Calumet. You save baking mate rials. Calumet never faiic. The last levd teaspoonful is as powerful as the first. Calumet is perfectly manufactured—keeps perfectly— and is moderate in price. You save when you buy it. You save when you use ft. One trial will satisfy you of these facts and demonstrate beyond doubt that Calumet spells ec^r.omy.' Your grocer sells it on a guaran tee of mo.,t.y bsck if you are not plssssd with resultc. Calumet contains only such ingre dients as have boeu approved officially bjr the iJ. S. FooJ AuJ. riUes. HIGHEST OBSERVE THIS A pound can of Caiumet contains full 16 oz. 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