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The Bismarck Tribune from Bismarck, North Dakota · Page 10

Bismarck, North Dakota
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Friday, May 17, 1929
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1 a PAGE EIGHT r rHE BISMARCK TRIBUNE FRIDAY. MAY 17.1929 6 be ai ill V. re U tfc at tt Ml floe a. V c Bulgarian National and Roman Catholic Churches ^Steadfastly Refuse Consent Sofia,'Bulgaria, May 17.--i.-T--E'rom a high authority came the statement today that rules of the Bulgarian' National church and- the Roman Catholic- church had prevented the marriage'of King Boris of thjs country and Princess Giovanna of Italy, - The authofitysaid that but-for: the attitude of the Vatican and impossibility of action by the Biilcarian church the betrothal of the i;oyal pair would have been .-yinounced in the course of the Bulgarian national celebrations Wednesday. King Boris and Kinc Victor Eman- UCl's pretty 22-year-old ciaushler felt a genuine affection for each other and desired very much to be-married. Boris' maternal aunt, the Duchess Helen, who is also Ciovanna's paternal aunt, first suecested the marriage which was approved by Giovanna's fatner, Premier Mussolini, and the Bulgarian government.' Their ardent sponsorship of the match, which for a Urns .seemed on . the point of formal announcement 'fell before insuperable religious obstacles on which neither the Vatican nor the Holy Synod felt- disposed to yield. The principal ; difference of the- two churches was the insistence of each that children of the union be brought up in that church. The Archbishop Strphan. head of the Bulgarian National church, has only recently returned from Rome where he tried to influence the see to modify its inflexible rules governing marriages of Boris and Giovanna. He said the Pope had power to grant dispensations of this nature whereas the rule of the Biilsarian Church was modifiable only by unanimous agreement of an ecumenical council comprising the churches of Russia. Jugoslavia. Rumania. Greece. Bulgaria and Albania under the patriarch B.asil of Constantinople, and the consent of the patriarchs of Alexandria, Jerusalem,, and Antioch. ,, . ' · - . - · Rugby, via Tuttle, good; to Dunselth, poor. S. H. No. 4--South Dakota line to Edgelcy, fair; to Rock Lake, good; to Hansboro, fair. Balance under construction. S-. H. No, 5--Hamilton to Rock Lake, good to fair; to Mohall, Rood; to Bowbells, fair; to Fortuna, good; to Montana.line. fair. S. H. No. 6--Bismarck to 12 miles north, fair; to Canadian line via Washington and Minot, good. S. H. No. 7--Cummings to Philey, good; detour, Portland to four miles west; Pinley to Junction with No. e,. good. ; S. H. No. 9-Havana to Melville via Wimbledon, fair; to Fessenden, good; to Portal via -Harvey. Minot and Bowbells. good. S. H. No. ,22--Reeder to New England, fair; to Dickinson, good; to Killdcer, fair. F01EDAT Absence of Heavy Precipitation During Past Week Opens Highways Again Main roads throughout North Dakota will be good to fair during the week-end, according to a report by · the state highway.department. Condition of various main routes is described as follows: U. S. No. 3--Grand Porks to Rugby, good; to Berwick,, fair; to Tloga, good; to Montana line, fail-. W. S. No. 10--Fargo to Mapleton, good, to 'Wheatland, fair; to.Tower City;, good; to Jamestown, fair; to New Salem, via Bismarck and Mandan, good; to Dickinson, fair to good; to Belfield, fair; to Medora.good; to Montana line, fair. New construction 10 miles- east and 13 miles west of Dickinson. ' . U. S. No. 12--White Butte, S. D., to Bowman, via Hettinger, good; to Montana line. fair. U, S. No. 81--White Rock, S. D.. to Wahpeton, under construction; to Abercrombie. good; to Christine, under construction; to Hickson, fair; to the Canadian line, via Grand Forks and Fargo, good. U v S. No. 83--South Dakota line to Hull, poor; to Sterling-via. Hazelton, good. S. H. No. 1--South Dakota line to Ludden, poor; to.Langdon via Valley City and Cooperstown, cood, S. H. No.-3--South Dakota line to Judge H. L. Berry Heads New Organization; Dinner Here by Local Branch. A Methodist brotherhood was or- canized at the Mandan church. Thursday niRljt. H. L. Berry, county judge, becoming president. L. G. Thompson was elected vice president, and Milton K. Higgius, secretary- treasurer. · Arthur Clark was named leader of lay evangelism: L. G, Thompson and Charles Hughes, leaders of boys work; L. B. Curtis, leader of lay speaking; leader of men's Bible class, the Rev. P. G. Norris; leader of stewardship and world service; Fred Mitchell; leader'of world peace-activities, G. Palmer and J. Borden. The Rev. G. LeRoy White, district superintendent, and Judge A. G. Burr were the speakers at the meeting. This evening the · brotherhood of McCabe church will hold Its spring dinner at the Lions den in the Grand Pacific hotel. Leaves Husband, Six Children,! 25 Grandchildren, Tw,o Sis- j ----.--, ters and a Brother -- -.-· j Mrs. 'Amelia McCourt, *·"". died here Thursday. 'She was a'resident of Moffit and the funeral services will be, held there at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Rev. A. W. Snow will officiate. « ' ' · Mrs. McCourt TOS born in Wisconsin May.21,-]852. She-was married three times, hor husband at this time being Mitchell: Mi-Court, to whom she .was married .in 1903. To her ahd her first husband; Albert A. Keene, whom she married jn '1868, a son, Joseph James Kcene.'a resident of Duluth, was born. She had six. other children by her second husband, Sherman.Durfcc, whom she married in 187!. Six of her children are living. Besides Mr. Keene, they are William Durfee, Lead. S. P.; Walter and Krank Durfep, Mnffit; Mrs. R. Bak- rr, Hazelton; Mrs.. Lylc Barr, Austin, Minn. Mrs. McCourt also leaves a brother, George Wiseman, of Regent, N'. 1)., and two sisters, Mrs. Susan Klliott and Mrs. Melissa Lee. of Omro, Wis. Her grandchildren number 25 and there are three great- grandchildren, :' Taxi Knocks Down and Injures School Girl "Jamestown, May 17.--OP]--Helen Zaun, 10-year-old school girl, is in a hospital with a broken.jaw and badly lacerated face as result jot being knocked down by.a-'.taxi driven by John William here Thursday. According to'witnesses the taxi was not going more than 15 miles per hour/ Farm Managers Are Planning Annual Trip Fargo, N. D.. May 17:--f/T 1 )--Two automobile loads of officers and members of the Northwest Farm Managers association will leave Fargo today on "a scouting trip to lay out- an itinerary for the 'annual Farm Managers summer' tour to be held July 14-17. Each summer the Farm Managers conduct a tour during which outstanding farm projects arc visited for the purpose of obtaining information relating to , successful agricultural enterprises. The scouting trip is for the purpose of laying out the route · alon? which they will travel that; time may be saved and-only points of interest visited. The plan this year is to route the tour from Fargo via Chaffee, Valley City. Ellendale. Aberdeen' and Huron. S. D., to the Black Hills. SHAFERTOHAVEAID Credit Associations Will Assist in F i n a n c i n g Grain ' :.- Stored on Farms" , » Representatives of agricultural h-edit' associations,· ivonnot'te'H with thf federal intermediate credit -bank lolirl him yesterday tliat.they could assist in financing the new state train ptoraprp law, \3ovcrnor George F. Shafer said today. Several association managers said 'they already have loaned money on farm stored grain, taking a chattel mortgage on the'-gra'ih as security, and have found the business satisfactory. Shafer. said. Under the state l)aw, which becomes effective ·tuly 1, farm -storage tickets issued, by a new state department would take the place of the chattel mortgage? a? security. The governor said he is "making progress" on the organization of the new state grain storage department but hns nothing ready to announce now. · ' . . . Shon, 41, former city eidtor of the Huron Huronite, shot and kiled him* self. He had been despondent because of financial difficulties and ill health. EDITOR SHOOTS SELF Huron, S. D., May 17.--(/Ti--Guy De SURE AS TWO AND TWO MAKE FOUR* Chicago, May 17.--(/Ti--The Standard Oil Company.^ Indiana today announced an increase in the price of all (trades of gasoline 1 cent a gallon. The advance is effective in the 11 states of the middle west where the | company markets its products. The hair of men is said to be finer | t h a n that of women. THE MST COOK* INSIST ON MIST NORTH DAKOTA WARMER North Dakota escaped freezing temperatures'at all. points but one last night. Bottineau. the lone exception, reported 39 degrees. No precipitation was reported in the state for the 24-hour.period ending at sev en .o'clock this morning. Hankinson and Wisbek failed to file weather reports. The land purchases of the United States -since-JSOO ranged from a price of two cents an acre for the 1803 Louisiana Purchase to $293.70 an acre for the Virgin Islands, There are about- 60,000 miles of pipe Knes in the United States used to carry petroleum from .the oil fields to the .refineries. . Mandan Scouts Will Hold Court of Honor The Mandan~Bor Scouts will hold a court of honor at the high school gymnasium there this evening. Badges of merit will be awarded. Dr. R. E. Percy, Mandan chairman, is in charge of the ceremony, and Judge A. M. Christiansen, chairman of the court of honor here, will be the speaker of the evening,' Kellogg's Corn Flakes must be crisper, more delicious--or 12,000,000 people would not daily prefer them to all other corn flakes. ·Kellogg originated corn flakes and nobody has ever been able to equal that Kellogg wonder flavor. Enjoy Kellogg't Corn Flakes for lunch and dinner a* well at breakfast. Fine for the children's evening neat, So easy to digest. · fry them with canned peaches · and milk or cream; took for the red-and-green pack- *t*. At all grocers. Served by hotels, restaurant*. Oa-diniat.ear*. Made V Kelloii in Battle Creek. CORN FLAKES PABST.CORP..MICWMIKK-THI SAMS QLB NAME SIN.CK ta««' GAMBLE-ROBINSON COMPANY DISTRIBUTORS (Pop's on Ms DELIVERIES (Saturdays) · 100.10180 A. M. 2lOO.3iail.5lOO P.M. (Week 0*71) "Shucks, tell yer ma to. buy cof- e.uo-iotau A. 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