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MONDAY, NOV, 30,1916.
Capital City Artists
To Appear in Concert
The one big musical attraction thi
weeic in the Capital City is the popular
concert which will be given Thursday
evening in the Auditorium by local
artists. It promises to be one of the
most interesting musical events ever
given hy musicians of the city and a
program of concert numbers will
presented. Ilerr Lentz, violinist, is the
only outside artist to appear on the
program and will be one of the great
W. L. Miller, tenor soloist, at the
Presbyterian church, will sing two
groups of songs. For the first group
he will sing Gertrude Ross' War Triol
ogy: (a) War (b) The Babe's First
Cry (c) Peace. For his second group
he will sing "The Open Road," by the
same composer, and Mabel. Daniels'
"Song of the Persian Captive."
Mrs. H. H. Steele, one of the best,
known sopranos of the city, will sing
Mozart aria, II Re pastore, and Plat
ti'fi "Bird Song."
Mrs. F. 10. Luehe, mezzo soprano,
Will sing Walzertraum, by Strauss
and Miss Elizabeth Bayliss has chose.i
for her numbers, Schneider's "When
the Dew is Falling "Ah, Love, But a
Day," by Beach, and Arditi's wal/o
gong, Se Saran Rose (Love in Spring
Other voice numbers will include a
tfuet by Mrs. William V. Kiebert and
Miss Dorothy McFarland, who will
sing a Brahms' number, and a ladies'
quartet, composed of Mrs. John A.
Larson, Miss Clara Tatley, Miss Mc-
Your friends can buy any
thing you can give them, except
We suggest immediate ap
pointment. Open Sundays.
8:30 P. M.
Farland and Mrs. M. J. Martin. They
will sing Evening Song (Prayer) from
Freischutz and "The Sun is Bright."
Mr. Miller and George Humphreys will
nlso sing a duet.
The pianists include the very best
talent in the city. They are Airs. J. A
Ilaney, Mrs. Rose, Mrs. W. M. Roan
and Miss Helen Fisk Mrs. Rose and
Mrs. Haney will enterpret. Passacoglia,
by Hugo Kaun, and Rapp's Gondolier,
using two pianos. Mrs. Roan will play
Strauss' famous "On the Beautiful
Blue Danube." Miss Fisk and Mrs.
Rose, at two pianos, will interpret
Waguer's Die VVulkyries. Miss Flora
Harmon, Mrs. Rose and Ben B. Len
hart will be the accompanists. A chor
al of twenty voices will give the clos
ing number. A rehearsal of the choral
will be held this evening in the parlors
of the Graud Pacific.
O. E. 8. Meeting.
At the regular meeting of the Or
der of the Eastern Star Tuesday
evening in the iMasonic temple, of
ficers lor the year will be elected. All
members are asked to attend.
To Visit in East.
Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lundeen of this
rluco are planning to leave the first
of December for an extended eastern
trip. They will go to New Vork City,
where they will spend the Christmas
holidays with relatives.
Visit in Menoken.
Mrs. J. Agnew and Mrs. H. E.
Ingletlue and son, Paul, of Sixth
street, motored to Menoken Sundey,
where they were the guests of the for
mer's sons, Melvin and Marquis Ag
Entertaining Mandan Guests.
Mr. and iMrs. AI Rosen of the city
are entertaining as their guests the
latter's parents, Mr. and :Mrs. N*.
Greengard of Mandan. Mr. and Mrs.
Greengard accompanied Mr. and Mrs.
Rosen home Sunday from a short vis
it in Mandan.
The Women's Benefit association of
the Maccabees will meet Tuesday
evening in the Knight of Py
thias hall. A number of important
matters will be considered and mem
bers are asked to attend.
Returns From Eastern Trip.
Mrs. W. C. Cashman of Ninth street
who has been spending several weeks
in St. Joe, Mo., has returned. Mrs.
Cashman was called there by the se
rious illness of, her aunt., 'Mrs. Flora
Scott, and remained with Iter until
her recovery. Knroute home she vis
ited friends in Huron, S. D.
Society to Hold Sale.
T)he Ladies' Aid society of the First
Baptist church will meet Thursday af
ternoon with Mrs. H. F. Keller at her
home in Riverview addition. Final
plans will be made for the food and
fancy work sale which will be conduct
ed in the office of the Gas company,
Fifth and Broadway, Saturday after
Church League Entertainment.
Members of the Epworth league of
the McCabe Methodist Episcopal
church will give a novel entertainment
in the basement of the church Tues-
15c 25c 56c
6 ACTS 6
A Classic in Life
Peerless Southern Singers
Milo Beldon & Co.
Farce Comedy, "The Free
Sue, Louise, Esther," Sing
ing'"01d New Songs"
Gillis & Co.
The Perfect Lady Hercules
day evening, when they will present an
interpretation of a country school.
The program promises to be very hum
orous. Members and friends of the
(league are invited. A special invita
tion has been extended to the nurses
of the Bismarck hospital.
To Reside in Fargo.
Mrs. Victor J. Remas, a bride of
this month, left, yesterday for Fargo,
on No. 4, to join Mr. Remas, where
they will make their home. Mrs. Re
mas and mother, Mrs. M. J. McKen
zie, who spent the summer in iMin
neapolis as the guests of their sister
and daughter, Mrs. Bickhart, have
been in the city for the last ten days,
visiting old friends. They have been
entertained while here by Mrs. Austin
Logan of Second street. Mrs. iMc
Kenzie will remain here until the first
of December, when she will return.to
Mandan Society Notes.
Mrs. R. M. Welch, who has been
spending some time in the Twin Cities,
the guest of friends, is expected to re
turn home tomorrow. She was accom
panied east by *Trs. R. W. Livingston
of Fairmont, Minn.. who visited
friends in Mandan for several days.
Mrs. Minnie Parsons and daughter,
Miss Lucille, will be joint hostesses
Thursday evening in the Mandan Luth»
eran church to members of the Girls'
Members of the Mandan Musical
club are arranging a series of enter
tainments which they will hold in the
Commercial Club hall. The club is ar
ranging an extensive program of study
for the year and many interesting mus
ical features will be given.
Mrs. J. J. Kelly, who has been visit
ing old friends in the city, returned
today to her home in Dickinson. She
is a former resident of the city.
The Mandan Athletic club has an
nounced a Thanksgiving ball, which
they will hold in M. A. C. hall Thanks
giving evening. The entertainment
committee is busily engaged in formu
lating plans for the affair.
The D. D. Dancing club, composed of
the high school boys, will be hosts
Thanksgiving eve'at a dancing party
in the M. A, C. hall. The guests will
include the younger dancing set.
A new line of—
All Kinds of Hand Made
HANDBAGS and many
DOINOS OF THE DUFFS
WHY FAT MAKES
ONE MORE LIKELY
TO GET DISEASE
Obesity is an abnormal increase in
the body weight, due to deposits of fat
in the tissues.
It lowers the
resistance of the
body lo disease
••Fat tends to accu
mulate around the
heart, and weak
en that a n,
tion and short
ness of breath after exercise as well as
interference with tlie'l'imctions of Iho
There are two typos of obesity, the
fat, full-blooded type iiinl the pasty an
The anaemia becotucK' ii because
ft the deficient oxidation or burning
up process going on in their (issues.
This anaemic calls for treatment by a
The second type becomes obese
through hereditary tendency, ov in
dulgence in food and drink, insiiflidenl
exercise and a care-iYee,easy life when
the period of youth has been passed.
Diminishing the amount, of fluid tak-
BISMASCK DAILY TRIBUNE
NOT HIR GOOD
THAT FRQWH UNWMT
Irvine'vtrrtt- THE bleached
A FlKtE LOOKldtf
jen into the system will tend to reduce
fat.. The weight liould be reduced
gradually. Anti-fat remedies which
destroy the appetite by impairing di
gestion shold be avoided-
The quantity of loud taken daily
should be restricted and there should
be absolutely no eating between meals.
The carbonhydrat.es or starches and
sugars must be used sparingly, as well
:is butter cream, oil and other fats.
Malt liquors and alcohol in any form
are best avoided, and very small quan
tity of fiuids should lie taken with
Exercise which prnmol.es oxidation
or using up of the materials already
formed in the body is necessary.
Gymnastic work is good, also walk
ing, riding, rowing, swimming and hill
climbing. Massage helps.
HEALTH QUESTIONS ANSWERED.
.Mrs. It. \V.: "What arc the symp
toms of rickets in a baby?"
Failure of opening on fnuit of skull
to dose, enlargements of joints, bend
ing of spine or curviii:-, of legs arid
arms, profuse sweating.
Mrs. \V. II. Weber (.1 Uldr'nlge. \.
It., says she was cured ol' appendici
tis and catarrhal trouble of the nose
by Dr. Mellenl bin's treatment, which
siie look last May. Dr. Mellenthin
will be at Itisiiuirck, McKenzie Hotel,
Wednesday, Nov. 22. Hours, !l a. in.
to 4 j. in.
OPERA STAR WHO WILL SING HERE
Mary Kaestner, dramatic soprano
with the San Carlos Grand Opera com
pany, which will open a two day en
gagement. in the Capital City Friday
and Saturday, December 1~ and lfi, at
the Auditorium, is one of the greatest
principals of the company. She will
sing the titular role of Verdi's famous
opera, Aida, which will be the closing
She has won a high place in the
grand opera world by her splendid in
terpretation of this part and wherever
she has appeared, has measured up
lo the exacting requirements of this
brilliant role. She will have splendid
support with Maddalena Carreno, con
tralto, who sings the opposing femin
ine role,' ihat the loving and aloas
•laughter of th Pharaohs. She is con
HAD AM INCH
the best who has evert
attempted this part. She possesses a
contralto voin- of wide range and tim
The other operas include Lucia Di
Lanimennooi'. as the opening number,
and for the matinee the double bill of
Cavalleria liusticana and Pagiiacci.
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PANT ANp POWDEP ON HEP.
PACE- AND A (SOLD TooTH
RtGHT IN TOOMT- I
MO, I DIPtfT NOTICE
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HONOR ROLL FOR
SECOND PERIOD IN
Superintendent .T. M.
nounced the honor roll for the second
five-weeks period in the Bismarck pub
lic schools as follows:
First Honor Roll.
Lillian Thrums, Alice Webb, Sigrid
Alison, Blanche Meyers.
Second Honor Roll.
Paula Riglcr, Fdna Wachal, Geneva
Perkins, Mary Murray, Dorothy Moore,
Anita Marquis, Ethel McKee, Irene
llagcn, Hazel Pierce.
Miss Callahan—Grade I.
Amy Brooks, Dorothea Carlson, Mary
Ericson, Vincent Gates, Elizabeth .lack
son. Clifford Lakaslcy, Grace McClure,
Lief Nelson, Francis Nussle, Vera Pier
son. Francis Whitney.
Miss Irvine—Grade II.
Edna Dean Best, Anna Nelson, Mary
Miss Maurer—Grade III.
Evelyn Martin, Wilma Olson, Miss
Louis Grambs, Charles Hoffman,
Gwendolyn Jones, George Knowles,
JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL.
Esther Larson, Veta Lumbard, Es
ther Mandigo, Charles Moses, Mabel
Parsons, Beryl Packard, Ruth Staley,
Mary Atkinson, Roberta Best, Oral
Davis, Charles Burke, Robert George,
Kathryn Goddard, Irene Griffin, Mildred
Hannan, Lina Mandigo, Nora McGetti
gan, Alice Morrissey, Alfred Prater,
Jerome Conway, Margaret Smith,
Jeanne Setser, Lyle Cleveland, Har
old Cordner, Russel Gross, Harold
Companion, Herbert Dralle, Claude
Caya, Louise Wilson, Marian Lack,
David Hollingsworth, Clarence Ball
mer, Harvey Erlenmeyer, Reny Ga
sohk, Neal Taft, Lawrence Kositzky,
Elva McMalian, .Mildred Pederson,
Ruth Ferris, Lucile Lush.
Miss Keogan—Grade I.
Anita Beebe, Cuba Card. Vina Oder,
Stanley Sawyer, Dorothy Schroeder,
Florence Taft, Annie Weisenberger.
Miss Boysen—Grade I.
Marion Chambers, Hugh Mandigo,
Muriel Henson, Carl Strutz, Sadie
Eastberg, Eliza Hall, Alice Meader,
For Tomorrow's Selling a New
This large assortment was received this morning and is
one of the most varied and beautiful that we have received this
Included in the shipment are Dresses trimmed with Geor
gette, Silk and Persian some trimmed with beads, wool
embroidery, fringes, etc.
Prices are in a wide range
$15.00 to 35.00
Large Stock of all this season's styles and cut from the newest
Suits that sold up to $20. Clearance price
Suits that sold from $22.50 to $27.50. Clearance price
Suits that sold from $29.50 to $32.50. Clearance price
Suits that sold from $35.00 to $42.50. Clearance price
Miss Mark—Grade II.
Dorothy Keller, Constance Bond,
Nellie Mickelson, Delia Ladenlierger,
Elmer Hanson, Robert. Strutz, John
Meisner, Elizabeth Rnss, Menvyn
Miss Ruthruff—Grade II.
Leonard Anderson, Harold LaRne,
Marlys Lahr, Veluia Rupen.
Mrs. Parsons—Grade III.
Alice Caya, Ernest Penwarden, Ar
nold Von Hagen, Margaret Yegen.
Miss Clemens—Grade III.
Margaret Cook, Clara Cordon, Har
riet Hughes, Margaret Shroeder, Earl
Mrs. Casselman—Grade IV.
Benton Buck, Theodore Bender, Ar
thur Bender, Lydia Bertch Lucile Fish
er, Ethel Hickman, Herman Logan.
Miss McFarland—Grade V.
James Meisner, May Hill, Rosemary
Lomas, John Renner, Dorothy Steb
Miss Ericson—Grades and VI.
Winifred Arntz, Dorpthy ook, Esther
Katz, David McDonald, Margaret Pear
cy, Dorothy Moses.
Miss Rudd, Grade VI, Business Col
Miss Wetheril, Grade IV, Business
College—Esther Fisher, Rober Ander
son, Glen Oder, Tillie Peterson, Mabol
Caya, Mary Wambaugh.
Miss Nora Peterson, Grade V, High
School—Helen Brooks, Beulah Brown,
Miss Larson, Grade VI, High School
—Zella Harris, Myra Nelson, Margaret
Fogarty, Grace Cook.
Johnson's for coraets.
Thursday Evening, November 23
Mr. August Carl Lentz, Violinist and an array of
Bismarck's Best Musical Talent in a
Benefit the Night School
POPULAR PRICES: 50 Cents All over th House
Seat Sale Opens at Finney's Drag Store, Wednesday, Nov. 22,9 A. M.
Management Mrs. W. F. Cushing
Visits Mother Here.
Miss Ruby Ode, teacher in the Mof
fit schools, was the week-end guest, of
her mother, Mrs. Charles Ode of
Mrs. Mike Bobe of Glen ITllln, N. T.
had a large goitre removed by
Mellenthin's treatment without opera
tion and is now cured. Dr. Melleu
thin will be at Lismarclt, MaKenzie
Hotel, Wednesday, Nov. 22, hours, 9
a. m. to 4 p. m.
HEAD STUFFED FROM
CATARRH OR A COLD
Applied in Nostrils
Opena Air Pkaaagea Right
linstant relief—no waiting. Your
clogged nostrils open right up the
air passages of your head clear and
you can breathe freely. No more
hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache,
dryness. No struggling for breath at
night your cold or catarrh disap
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Ap
ply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
healing cream in your nostrils. It
penetrates through every air passage
of the head, soothes the inflamed or
swollen mucous membrane and relief
It's just tine. Don't stay stuffed-up
with a cold or nasty catarrh.