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TUESDAY, NOV. 16, 1915.
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PUBLIC HEALTH NOTICE.
To Whom It May Concern:
All cases of .infectious, contagious
diseases which are not reported to
the Health Officer of this city, ac
cording to law, will be prosecuted vig
orously to the full extent of the law,
There have been violations of this
law in the past and it is extremely
important that this rule be strictly ob
served and that all cases be reported
to the proper Health Officer.
F. B. STRAUSS,
City Health Officer.
Bismarck, N. Dak.
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Madam Leonard is now located on
Third street, half block south of Post
Office, over Misk Buchholz' Millinery
Hours, 10:30 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
Visiting In Minneapolis.
Mrs. William Laist of Fifth street,
has gone to Minneapolis for a tea
days visit with friends.
To Visit Jamestown.
Mrs. iW. F. Gushing of First street
will leave the latter part of the week
for Jamestown, for a several days' so
Sewing Circle Meeting.
The Ladies' Sewing Circle of the
Catholic church will meet Thursday
afternoon in the K. of C. hall. Fancy
work will be the diversion.
The Woman's Benefit association of
the Maccabees will meet this evening
at 8 o'clock in the Knights of Pythias
hall. A social hour will follow the
Girls' Club Meets.
The Presbyterian club, composed of
,'oung girls of the Presbyterian church
met last evening in the chapel. The
cv iMiig was spent in sewing and oth
er social diversions.
Lotial Couple Weds.
Announcement has been made of
I the marriage of Miss Minnie 'Heyer
and I. C. Bondy of the Capital City.
They were married Mtonday afternoon,
November 15, in the Judge of County
Court office by M. C. Bradley.
Visited Here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Howe and cnildren, of
Wilton, and Miss 'Laura Keenan and
Miss Vik, teachers in the -Wilton
schools, motored here Sunday and
were the guests of Mrs. Howe's sis
ter, Mrs. A. J. Arnot, Rosser street.
Club Meeting Changed.
The meeting of the Current Events
club scheduled for Wednesday after
noon has been postponed until Friday
afternoon. The meeting will be held
at the home of Mrs. N. B. Fitcli, iMan
dan avenue. A Thanksgiving program
will be presented.
Mothers' Club Meeting.
The Mothers' 'Social club will meet
this afternoon, at 3 o'clock, with Mrs.
J. N. Bliss, at her home in Fourtn
street. The annual Thanksgiving
meeting will be observed at this time
and the roll call will be responded
to by a Thanksgiving suggestion.
A chorus." under the direction of
Prof. Fuerbringer,'organist at tne
Presbyterian church, twill be organiz
ed Thursday evening. All local sing
ers are asked to meet with Prof. Fuer
bringer at this time, when a perma
nent organization will be formed. Sa
cred concerts will ibe given monthly
in the Presbyterian church.
Bazaar and Dinner.
The Ladies' Aid society of the Pres
byterian church wUl hold .an, all-day
meeting Thursday in the church par
lors to complete arrangements for
their annual bazaar and chicken sup
per which will be held.rin the church
Tuesday, November 30, and Wednes
day, December 1. The various com
mittees have been working hard for
several weeks. The bazaar will feature
the first day and .the chicken dinner
Mrs. L. iE. Opdyke and Mrs. F.' R.
Smyth 'were hostesses yesterday after
noon at the first of a series of three
'parties, which they will give at the
home of IM'rs. Opdyke. The affair yes
terday was in the form of a luncheon
bridge. Covers were laid for sixteen
and four tables were in play for the
game. The honor for the game was
eiwarded to 'Mrs. 0. N. Dunham. This
afternoon Mrs. Opdyke and 'Mrs.
Smyth will entertain at bridge and to
morrow afternoon at tea.
Monday Club Meeting.
The Monday club was entertained
yesterday afternoon 'by 'Mrs. W. F.
Gushing, at her home in First street.
The year's subject for study, 'IModern
Drama and Opera," was discussed by
interesting papers, read by Mrs. E. S
Towne, on HViar Brides," iMarion
Craig Wentworth's popular war novel
and IMJrs. H. R. Brandt on "'Madame
Nazimova." The current events were
discussed by Mrs. 'R. M. Watson and
Mrs. Towne discussed news of the dra
ma. The musical program was pre
sented by Mrs. J. A. IHaney, who con
tributed two piano selections, and a
vocal duet, by Mrs. E'randt and 'Mrs.
A. Knowles. The roll call wa3 con
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for Hue Being. Caused Itching.
Scratched and Irritated. Used
Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Oint
ment. Face Free from Eczema.
127 Emily St., Saginaw. Mich.—"Several
months ago my bee broke out with eczema.
It got worse and worse it was a sight, all red
and bleeding. The eczema dis
figured me for the time being.
It caused much Itching and of
course I scratched my face and
"I took a treatment but it
did not seem to help any. I
used several kinds of salves
and soaps and they did no good.
My face began to get worse.
My brother said to go to the drug store and
get a cake of Cuticura Soap and some Cuti
cura Ointment which I jdid. I then washed
my face with Cuticura Sow and applied
the Cuticura Ointment and kept this treat
ment up for some time. After ming two
cakes of Cuticura Soap and the Cuticura
Ointment my face was free from the ecze*
ma." (Signed) Ray L. O'Brien, June 18, '14.
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LONDON SEES NEW STYLES IN PAJAMAS
ZEPPELIN SCARES ARE THE REASON
irvce's i* MOKTies
A/UD PAJAMAS MOW
-THAT me zewei-iAis
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of 'Danderine,. you cannot And a single
trace of dandruff or falling hair and
your 9calp 'Will not itch, tout what will
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fine and downy at first—yet—'but real
ly new hair—growing all over the
A little Danderine immediately dou
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double the beaiuty of your hair.—Adv
ducted by IM'I-H. i'\ A. (Lahr and re
sponses were made by some feature
of the 'European iwar.
For Miss Stilt.
In honor of iMiss Ada J. Still, a
teacher in the local public schools,
who has resigned and will leave Bis
marck the week of Thanksgiving,
Mirs. F. E. Luehe entertained thirty
of the teachers during the week-end
at a thimble bee party at her home in
First street. An interesting musical
program was presented by 'Misses Al
ice Smith, Jessie IM^Leod and Mrs.
Luehe, vocal soloists, with the Misses
Ada Stonehouse and Frances iLamb at
the piano. 'Miss Lamb also favoreG
•with a piano solo. Mrs. 'Luehe was
assisted in entertaining bv Miss Lamb,
'Miss Andrew and IMiss Peterson. Miss
Still will go to IMoorhead, Minn., to
take a course of special study.
Johnson's for Ready-to-Wear.—Adv.
Carrington, N. D., Nov. 15.—Three
Evangelists praying around a straw
stack on a farm near here, who were
mistaken by farmers for bandits creat
ed a small sensation here yesterday.
It was but a short time ago that
bandits were encountered, taking the
life of the 'Carrington chief of police.
Farmers appealed to Sheriff Morgan
who with deputies went to the straw
stack, prepared to capture the charac
They found instead a trio of relig
ious enthusiasts who had braved a
north gale with the temperature near
zero to go into the country and pray
for the salvation of Carrington.
They were allowed to continue their
prayer unmolested, the countryside
befng assured that no harm was plot*
BISMARCK daily tribuni
,-r Maro TO
IM Pajamas. Yew
The Zeppelin scares in London have produced new and interesting
jtyles in slumber wear. Londoners, knowing that they may be called forth
into the street at any time of night, are now going to bed properly pre
pared. Pajamas are having a greater vogue for both men and women,
probably because the design of the garment permits a measure of modesty
nrapid flight The old-fashioned "nighty" has been almost altogether
STOPS COMING OUT
Rev. E. A. Gilmore of Jamestown
to Assist Rev. B. E.
Beginning next Sunday, Nov. 21, the
First Baptist church will hold a two
weeks series of Gospel services. The
church has been making extensive
preparation of these meetings through
special services of prayer at the
church and in the homes of the mem
Rev. E. A. Gilmore, pastor of the
First Baptist church of Jamestown,
will be present and will preach at all
the services after Wednesday, Nov.
24. Rev. Mr. Gilmore is a speaker of
splendid ability and a pastor who has
been exceedingly successful wherever
he has worked. This past year he
has led his people in Jamestown in
the erection of a fine new modern
church building. While not an evan
gelist in the professional sense, he
has the truly evangelistic spirit anu
those who hear him during the next
two weeks will be more than amply
repaid for their attendance at the ser
The pastor of the church, Rev.
Bruce E. Jackson, will open the ser
ies of services with sermons Sunday
morning and evening, Monday and
Tuesday evenings, it is expected the
Rev. Mr. Gilmore will be present for
the service of Wednesday night.
Music will be a feature of these ser
vices. Prof. .J. E. fuerbringer of St.
Paul will be in charge of the music
for the entire series. Prof. Fuerbring
er is a musician of great ability and
also possesses the rare gift of helping
others to sing and to sing with ex
pression. In the past few weeks he
has been training a large chorus,
which will render special musical
numbers. There also will be other
special musical attractions. Those
Who enjoy taking part in a rousing
song service will have the opportunity
every night. The church is very for
tunate to have the services of Prof.
Fuerbringer for this series- of meet
The aim of these meetings as stat-1
ed by the pastor will be to present
simply the beauty and power of the
religion of Jesus Christ and the
claims of God upon the human heart.
There will be no use of clap-trap meth
ods too often made use of by profes
sional evangelists. Those who attend
will not be placed at any time in an
embarrassing position or over-urged
to come to a decision.
A number of cottage prayer ser
vices have already been held in pre
paration for these meetings. There
will be a service every day this week,
except Saturday. The services will
be held at the following homes for
•the balance of this week:
Today—N. J. Walper residence, 223
Wednesday—J- O. Varney residence,
408 Second street.
Thursday—R. L. Best residence, 827
Friday—C. T. Staley residence, 705
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SAGE TEA IN
LIFELESS, CRAY HAIR
Look Young! Common Garden Sage
and Sulphur Darkens so Naturally
Nobody Can Teli.
Grandmother kept her hair 'beauti
fully darkened, glossy and abumdant
with a ibrew of 'Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair fell out or took
on that dull, faded or streamed ap
pearance, this simple mixture was ap
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ing at any drug store tor "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," you will
get a large bottle of this old-tjme
recipe, ready1 to use, for a'bout 50
cents. This simple mixture can be de
pended upon to restore natural color
and beauty to the hair and is splen
did for dandruff, dry, itchy scalp and
A well-known down-town druggist
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphiur Ibecause it darkens so natur
ally and evenly that nobody can tell
it has been applied—it's so easy to
use, too. You simiply dampen a comb
or soft brush and draw it through
your hair, taking one strand at a time.
By morning' the gray ihair disappears
after another application or two, it is
restored to its natural color and looks
glossy, soft and abundant.—Adv.
IAKES BIG HIT
Seven Keys to Baldpate is Full
of Pun Every Minute
The Minneapolis Daily News
this review of "Seven
pate," which appears at the Auditor
ium. tomorrow evening:
Again tae Metropolitan stage is oc
cupied by that exceedingly cletcr
stagecraftsman, Geo. M. Cohan, with
his adaption of Carl Derr Big^ers'
'Seven Keys to Baldpate." The cold
summer inn on the top of a mountain
becomes red hot on a winter's night
as a professional writer of melodra
mas inhabits it for 24 hours. Mr.
Cohan's special originality—if one
may be allowed to give away the final
ingenious joke of the mystery farce—
is similar to the late "On Urial" in
that the story being hustled out on
a typewriter to win a bet within this
24 hours is also enacted in the de
Since it is melodrama the public
want, melodrama to the nth degree
it shaih'have.- So, after the old care
takers of the inn have the writer
alone at his work, he is interrupted
by six other possessors of keys to
Baldpate. One is the right hand man
of the traction magnate, sent with the
1200,000 bribe for a franchise. Two
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Your Dealer Sells ft
more are a pretty newspaper reporter
and charming widow, who are going
to divert the money from its hiding
in the safe to better uses. A ghostly
hermit adds to the complication.
There is, of course, the crooked may
or who is to sell the franchise and his
double-crossing man "Friday" with
his own pretty female blackmailer.
With the passing of the money from
one person to another, the entrance
of the magnate himself, and the vil
lage chief of police, there is excite
ment galore. Revolvers threaten and
shoot. Everybody incriminates every
body else as they sit in a long da
solate line for hours under the muz
zle of a gun. A dash for liberty is
made, the gun changes hands, and
the tab'-p^ are turned. Only when
the money is thrown in the fire, and
the owner of Baldpate appears, are
the wigs and beards jerked off to dis
close a theatrical company which has
been hired to stage these interrup
tions to the story-writer.
This mighty clever burlesque or.
melodrama, which kept a great audi
ence in constant roars of laughter last
evening, centers about an excellent
actor in Wm. Wagner. The caretaker
and the hermit are especially good in
Louis Egan and Jas. T. Ford, while
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