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y.rrt LYRIC THEATRE -Hr Jey: •**va yt' MIVMPIHItlf lf*tl(NiSlf#(ftilllf Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday MAY 1-2-3 E O The FOUR tiAp criirivi IIUICSIUulII Of the APOCALYPSE A REX INGRAM PRODUCTION & Adapted by Jon* Mathh Fkotographad by John F. Softs Matinee, Each Day 2:30 POPULAR PRICES Matinee 25c—40c Evening V 25c—55c War Tax PaicJL RUBY THEATRE I Tuesday and Wednesday I O I —in— "The Rojigh Diamond" A romance of mo e n i v a y W i sweeps llrom ranch life to i foreign repub lic. Atao Clyde Cook Comedy "Tbe Torador" .Admission 10c--25c WE CITY. WKATHER FOREOAOT Unsettled tonight probnbly ahow •rs cooler east portion^ Tuesday generally fair. Washington, May 1.—Weather ul look for the week beginning Mon Upper Mississippi and lower Missouri valleys Considerable floudiness normal temeprature and .^Occasional showers. •Umm BUSINESS LOCALS A UU^P number of culls ura being received at the Normal for placet! •lor students to work for room an| |oard during the summer session. Anyone needing student help, phone 1364. -••v. For Rent. A front or back flat.— H. H. Mayfield. Wanted. Kitchen and dining help at Grand View hotel. Inquire Lake Park hotel Wednesday and Thurs day. Wanted. Horses or cattle to pas ture.—Henry Uthe, phone 6514. •'...j Wanted. Salesman with car. Cord And fabric tires at prices below com .petUora. $100.00 and expenses.— Urdro-Vulcan Tire company, 1104 wmkffan Hh Ave., Chicago, Illinois. ATTENTION I. O. O. Excelsior Encampment No. 15, meeting Tuesday evening, May In decrees. Lunch. Last *f belpi.jrand encampment C0ftlfe*~-K. P. Westaby, *.* ..*. -s\ I /•}. a LOCAL NBW8 PM and Mrs (J. E, ate occupying the suite of rooms over tfte Aft store. Miss Ida Lingle, of Went worth en tered the local hospital today for afi operation. Attorney I. F. Blewitt Is transact ing legal business in Sioux Falls un til tomorrow. P. C. Sherburne and family have relocated in a house at the extreme limits of Center street W. Mrs. A. O. Finden and Miss Nina Olson were in the city today from Oldham doihg some trading. Bad us Township Farm Bureau plans a big meeting for Wednesday evening, May 3, In ih*- school house by Lake Radu» church. A team from Ramona engager Dave Altizer's men of the local dia mond here yesterday, the game, snappy throughout, eliding In a tie, 5 to 5. A. W. Bachmayer has moved his household effect a to a residence east of the normal. F. E. Beckner and wife are now occupying th« house vacated by Mr. Bachmayer. J. R. RobBon and wife autoed from Pipestone to Madison last Sat urday and called on their two inai ried sons who are in charge of the Madison Wholesale Grocery. The W. C. T. U. meets at three o'clock next Wednesday with Mrs. K. S. Westaby. Mrs. Higbie is, the program leader. All ladles we cor dially invited to be present. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Reeve are now rozily settled in n neat little garage in a neat little garage in the rear of Mr. Trimmer's home. The move to that point was recently made. The regular meeting of the W. R. ('. Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. \ll comrades are invited to this meeting. After the business meet ing a lunch will be served. -Rose Vouel, C. P. Connty Agent D. Morrison held a demonstration OB pruning' and spraying with Prof. Hanson's Agri culture class at the large orchard jum south of town on the Egan avenue road. Pooley ft Poeley, two years ago the successors lo W. I. Wilkinson in the cream station on Egan ave nue N., ha\e disposed of their bust tie.HK to Bsuman Bros. Wt possession today. Mrs. 1). A. Richards and Ml*i (iludys Brown left for Huron this afternoon to attend the state Sunday School convention beginning there on the mbrrow. Each Is a delegate from a local church. Mrs. Richards representing the Methodist Sunday School and Miss Brown the Baptist school. W. H. Crabbs who has been con sulting physicians at several differ ent places the past few months in an effort to secure help for a seri ous case of illness has entered the New Madison hospital, where every attention is given him looking to his bodily comfort and aa treatment for physical ailments. Miss Naomi Dirrm. daughter Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Dixon, residing on the corner of Washington avenue a ad First street S. E., was married at 11 a. m. today at her parents' home to Ira Eggman, Rev. C. E. Peters performing the ceremony. The happy young couple departed by train this afternoon for northern Minnesota, where they will reside. Golstein, the contractor on the Madison sewer extension, is now at work with about 20 men laying tile on First street S. E. So far the new line of sewer haB been completed on Garfield avenue from Third street S. B. to Fourth street N. E. and on First street S. E., to from Garfield avenue to Jefferson and also on First street N. E. from Grant avenue to Jefferson. Mrs. A. L. Kachel returned by au te Saturday afternoon from a recent visit with relatives at Sleepy Eye, Minn. Accompanying her were h*r brother, Henry Belt*, and her hus band's mother, Mrs. L. Kachel. The guests depart for home tomorrow. C. G. Disbrow, his mother, Mrs. A. 8. Disbrow, and his aunt, Mrs. D. H. Deane, all of Alcester are In the city calling on the former's brother* A. D. Disbrow, and chil dren. At least 200 coupleB occupied the space on the new dance floor at the pavilion last Saturday night at the opening dance of the Lake Madison season From all reports it proved to be a big affair and a great suc ceaa. It was very noticeable that the Ballard Orpheum orchestra dis coursed a different quality of music thar. has been common in months past. No cheap jerky jazz or any thing bordering on that line was at tempted. There was nothing but clean high class selections that everv dancer enjoyed. The crowd was or derly and the patronage quite a sur prise. So many attended that all the eatables in the refreshment room were consumed before midnight. o TIRE BARGAINS. Regular $13.50 non-skid guaran teed 30x3 1-2, $10.00. Others priest accordingly, at Corbln's Garage .k« CUT THIS OUT—-XT XS WOW* Cut out this slip, enclose with Be Foley & Co., 2M5 Col. B. P. Ives Dies to Bheffled Ave., Chica go, III., writing your name and address cl»arly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup, Foley Kidney Pills and Foley Cathartic Tablets.—Sold Everywhere. o ros rax, wonx aiu» Young or old, man or woman, all In Foley's find Honey and Tar a pare, plea sant. wholesome, safe and sacceseful remt'dy for coughs, colds, croups or whoonimc couirh—particularly if taken promptly. Chats. Woods, 2 Gable St., S. 8., Pittsburgh, t** -""TfR i^wJsSiss /*&*£>. Pa. writes: "I will not be without it tn my housa."— *v try Where. V 1% wv Huron At ron died here early this morning at the age of 86 years from general senility. Mr| Ives' death was partly due to the death of his daughter, Mrs. Charles M. Dwyer of Miller week ago, according to doctors^ Funeral services will be held Sun day in charge of the local blue lodge with Joha Cleaver of Sioux Falla presiding as worshipful master. Mr. Cleaver appointed Colonel Ives to the post of grand lecturer in 1900 and he is widely known throughout the northwest. He is survived by three sisters in the east ranging from aged of 82 years to 97 years, two sons, two grand daughters, and three great grand daughters. Mr. Ives was a member of many Masonic bodies. Flood Maroons 1,000 Refugees Natches, Mississippi, May 1.—The flood waters rushed to Frogmore today where 1,000 refugees are marooned. They are living on Bcaf folds which were hastily erected and are in dire need. Suspects Sell Valuable Furs May Yfmnff men who either are members of a fur stealing gang, or are innocent purchasers of In the southeastern part of South I such low prices as to arouse the sus piciun of the authorities. They represent themselves to be Canadiaus w ho hud served with the toon British marines in Siberia, where they claimed to have obtained the furs. They further claim they are on their way back to Canada and are selling the furs rather than pay the high Canadian duty charged for taking furs into Canada. It is reported the supposed swindl ers succeeded In seeing many of the furs In South Dakota towns where they were permitted to peddle therrv from house to house. o Yankton People Want i v e o e i o n Ve*k**ftT May- 1—A petition signed by affected property owners, has been filed in the county auditor's office calling upon the board of county commissioners to make a survey of, and authorize construction of, a draining district comprising an area of 6,100 acres along the Mis souri river front, extending both-east and west of Yankton several miles and including a number of blocks in Lower Yankton. This desigated area la in danger from cutting of the bank and from flood waters of the Missouri. The purpose of the petition, which is to be presented to the commission at Its flrBt meeting in May, it to get the county's authority to the pro poset construction of retards in the river, whereby cutting on the banks wiH bo prevented.- Mim Murder Charge^ 'For Hired Man 'ft* Faalktm, May .SB. Chambers, 35 years old, farm 1iand, was today bound over to circuit court without bail on a formal charge of murder when State's At torney Nord introduced evidence from four witnesses alleging to show that Chambers planned and execut ed the murder of Will Monroe shortly after midnight on the night of April 23. Monroe was shot to death when he returned from Faulkton with his family. The slayer used a shotgun with which to kill his employer. Bloodhounds brought from Mit chell the day following the killing identified Chambers as the man who had stood at the spot occupied by the slayer when the shot was fired. The acent was furnished the dogs by a glove belonging to Chambers found at the aoene of the killing. Wisconsin U Expeli Student And Coed Madtm'Wis., May Uni versity of Wisconsin expelled today a student and a coed who were dis covered to have been secretly mar ried in another town on February 1. The coed was Doris Moss, of De levan, and the student, Robert 4T* .C'-i Wi 1$*-$ nut $o- lionnot, of Beaver Dam. Act of expulaion was taken by the deans, and the couple plans an ap peal to the faculty as a whole and if naceaaary, over the haada of that, j^dlyoji sr~ C*J I WW i ,, tribunal to the university regents Both the young nje(j Dakota and offered furs ror sale at! dents of the county for citizenship papers people were su*» priced wftec samino®ed before tbi deans and told of the "dteotpliharjr action." "We see no reason," the bride saUT afterwards, "why we should be ex pelled. Last year two students were Huron, May 1.—Grand lecturer A the Masonic grand lodge and chap ter Colonel Benjamin E. Ives of Hu-i married in Chicago secretly, but thejr were allowed to continue their worH. I suppose we will have to live to gether now that it is known that wO are married." o W i e Quails To Arrive Sioux Fatts, May 1.--Forty-five pairs of Bob White quail will ar rive in Sioux Falls today from Texaji and will be turned loose in the arov es of Minnehaha county. The o% iaining of these birds was uvade pof^ sible through a group of local sports men who subscribed $220 for thla purpose. The new feathered realdeifth of the county will arrive In time jnest and reproduce new flocks thla season. They are known to be ag greslve bug catchers and are expect ed to prove a benefit to the farmer# of the county. "We have bought the birds fOf the fun of seeing them around," Dr. Pardee W. Green, chairman of thfi group which made the purchase, said. Deny Dteloyal Citizen Paper* Flandreap, May'' 1.— Befcause It was shown that, they had claimed ex emption from military service dur ing the war on the ground that they stuff and they get helplessly !n were not citisens. Judge Fleeger, toxica ted on It, too, he declares*, stolen furs, have within the past presiding at a ter mof circuit court' Prof. 'Vheeler points to other val few days appeared in several towns'for Moody COUnty in this city, de-! Only one of eight applicants was, admitted to citizenship. I The cases ot the other four were continued to the next term of court, when further evidence will tie pre sented as to their eligibility lo be come citizens o the United States. Several casea are on the docket of a bank is seeking to recover on notes given to a motor express company, which failed in 1920. Starvation In Flood Areas New Orleans, May 1.—Reports received here late today that the 1, 000 inhabitants of Harrisonburg. La., and 500 refugees from Cata houla, Concordia, and other flood parishes in that section faced starva tion unless food supplies reached them soon. Aa a result of the ap peals for help, various agencies im mediately redoubled their efforts to transport food stocks into the flood ed area. The flrat loan of life aa a result Approximately 3,600 square miles, equal to the combined area of Delaware and Rhode Island are in undated in Arkansas, Lousiana and Mississippi, according to reports and probably 75,000 people are either homeless or are living In flooded IHIllliMJiMSH OI'PIII I .1,1 W|l.l I'a 7 ANTS CRAVE HOOTCH Akm SkiHful Grafters and Eqfey Equal Suffrage. Prof. William M. Wheeler, Who MM Mad« Careful Study of th« Busy Little Fellows, Gives Some Interesting Information. Cambridge, Muss.—Ants are tfke people—they like booze, they enjoy woman suffrage and many of thetn are skillful grafters—is the observation of Prof. William Morton Wheeler, dean of the Bussty museum at Harvard uni versity. He has recently completed a tour of the world for the purpose of letirning what be could about the busy little fellows. Professor Wheeler Invaded many lands, travellug through dangerous purts of Africa, Asia ana other local ities, lu his hunt for scientific knowl edge. He became acquainted with about 10,000 species of ants during his travels. "The similarity between these In sects and humans is striking," be com ments. "Three fundamentals guide their lives like ours they are hunger, sex, and fear. "In most insect orders the femftte is in control," be says, reminding that more than one expert has predicted this future for mankind. "The numerous grafters among the ants remind us of our own kind. Large number of ants—like humans—man age to get their living without work ing for It." Prof. Wheeler found the beose-lov Ing ants in large numbers in the trop ics. Whenever they get the chance, he explains, they will climb all over— V-*- u"b,t' applications of three reBi- "If j*/-** 'X ai. :*zl u. i ft" "V 'jfint Taste it matter of tobacco quality We state it at our hottest belief that the tobaccos •|n lessons he says: a11 800,1 the present term of court by which W of doing things fle sticks to rmr- 1 used Chesterfield are of finer quality (and hence of better taste) than in any other cigarette at the pries. Liggtu V Myers Ttbmen C*. itim ••asks sent that nren. They like individuals In the ant col- were w^thout permitted to have families restraint the population would °utruu possible food supply, hl*her 'socla1' an,s have ^en-urne this difficulty by restricting reproduc tion, except when food Is particularly abundant. "The societies of man and insect are analagous, but the inseer is the sim pler. He Is more mechanical in his i tine. But by watching a swarm of 1 ants at work or play, any careful ob server will note many of the char- i acterlstlcs prominent with humans i prominent with ants also. He will see I manifestations of eo-operatiori be tween some, of jealousy, of anger, of laziness and of dishonor en the pen of others." APOSTLES' PCRTRAITS FOUND Contemporary Pa in tinge of ft Peter' e»»4«fc Paul Unearthed In v or the crevasse near Ferrlday, was re ported today from Clayton, La., where two negroes were drowned. Roma. UOIOXUI TBOUBXXT OAVin 1 ANXIETY I Try Foley's Honty and Tar fofl coughs, colds and croup. John G. Hek»| kins. 195 Hurgess Place, Passaic, -N. J„ writes: "I wa* suffering from an acute] case of bronchial trouble which Kav»i m«- considerable anxiety. Foley's Hone#} and Tar deserves all the credit for my! being well now now."—Sold KveryM where. cnfTT.imiw whooping vxis XT xv mm Mrs. C\ Osborn, 7812 Hillside Rd.. Cleveland, O., writes: "My gr&nddaugh ter took Foley's Honey and Tar and her cough is now gone. It loosened the phlegm so she could raise it esaily." Take Foley's Honey and Tar for fever ish colds, coughs, "snuffles." croup cough.—Sold Everywhere. FOR OVER 40 YEARS HAIJVS CATARRH MEDICINE has been used successfully in the treatment of Catarrh. HALL'S CATARRH MEDICINE con sists of an Ointment which Quickly Relieves by local application, and the Internal Medicine, a Tonic, which acta through the Blood on the Mucous Shir facea, thus reducing the inflammation. Sold by all druggists. F. J. Cheney A Co Toledo, Ohio. NOW'SHOWING A new and Complete Line of Fancy Basket and Tiffnty A Jpiamond Mountings, A. H. KOTTKE Jeweler At Xoklez"s Vbarmaaqr KEMP'S BALSAM COL: It's a l/a fnlike i Rome, Italy.—What are believed to be contemporary portraits of St. Peter a n S a u a v e e e n i s o v e e i n an underground structure of the Ro man epoch. The belief in their authen-' tlclty is shared by the well-known I archaeologist. Professor Lanltani. The hypogeum was found in excava-: tions for the building of a large ga! rage. It comprises a number of! rooms and galleries, a crypt and a! Christian church with marvelous fres coes of a very early date. The pro. fessor believes the portraits painted from life. TOASTED CORN FLAKE? ykii&ir. mm*" & .''Owe Iiyrie Thee** Office Moors: 14) to 12 A. Mtt i 2to 5P.m. Dr. MATHILDA HOGB Phase 2251 CHIROPRACTOR Res. HI KIDNItS AHA 1 I A E E S of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos—bUndtd 'f JH Ladies and gentle Oll will Mf mething fin• when illie Jones eati a yhttle great big box Kelloerg's Corn flakes because that'* fW «aiintd hm Wtil est iiiM« 6m •tl" jqyous treat to sit down to a bowl of Kel ioggs Corn Flakes You'll agree that you never ate such delicious, such •itisfying cereal as Kellogg's Corn Flakes! Those big, sunny-brown "sweet-hearts-o/-the-corn" are so fasci nating in flavor and so crispy and crunchy that you don't wonder the children are thrilled to eat them! Compare Kellogg's with imitations to realize theiir iality, their appetizing appeal, their wonder-crispnesst imitations, Kellogg's are never tough or leathery •r hard to eat! Each heaping spoonful of Kellogg's is even more joyous than the last—there is no end to the happiness that is yours eating Kellogg's Corn Flakes! CORN Also aakert of KELLOGG'S KRHMBLES and Beesley Dray Line Does All Kinds of Hauling, Moving Household Goods, etc. Sand, Gravel and Black Dirt For Sole. Belivered On Short Notice. .VC ROY BEESLEY ^Pbone 3772 JOeliciotisf I Chiropractic Health Parlors} m*'- 'u ,-• Ktiipu n**e*h •At KF wiil £4 ASK FOR KELLOGG'S! Be suii that you get Kellogg's—the delicious Corn Flakes in the RED and GREEK package that bears the signature of W. K. Kellogg, the originator of Toasted Corn Flakes. 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