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TUESDAY NOV. 211916
Your friends can buy any
thing you can give them, except
We suggest immediate ap
pointment. Open Sundays.
A new line of—
All Kinds of Hand Made
HAMDBAOS and many
*yfWINO ,...... «wLucia Di Laqimermoor
SATURDAY MATINEE, (Duble BmTW casts).......
.'.Cavalleria Rttticana and I'Pagliacci
SATURDAY EVENING Aida
Evenings: $2.00, $1.50 and $1.00
Matinee: .$2.00 $1.50 $1.00 and 75c
•, 8eat Sale Opens Tuesday, December 12, at 9 A. M. at
FINNEY'S DRUG STORE
Season ticekets for the three performances, $5.00
Librettos 25 cents each opera
Mail orders received now
Miniature diagram showing location and prices of seats upon
Civic League To Giyp
Benefit Card Party
Members of the Civic Improvement
league, at a meeting: yesterday after
noon, completed plans for a benefit
card party which they will hold Wed
nesday afternoon in the Knights of
Columbus hall. They are, making ex
tensive preparations for a large at
tendance. Mrs. -|f. W. Neff, who is
vice president of the league, is chair
man of the entertainment committee.
She is being assisted by a number of
sub-committees which were appointed
yesterday. A general invitation is ex
tended to friends of the league to at
tend. Clump whist will be played and
the game will satrt at 2:15. A small
admission fee will be. charged.
Mrs. Dynn III.
Mrs. J. P. Dunn of Third street is
in the Bismarck hosptal. where she
undergoing treatment. She is suffering
from a slight indisposition.
Recover* From lllnea*.
Airs. M. H. Jewell of Thayer street,
whose illness has been noted, has re
covered and has resumed her duties
at the Historical Society at the state
Returns From Trip.
Miss Emma McGarvey of Second
street has returned from a month's
vacation spent in Miles City and Dick
inson. While in Miles City she was
San Carlo Grand
Address and make checks payable to
~r W. P. CUSHING, Manager.
Just the Car for
Maxwell Sedan $985
A perfect family car—in every line and every detail of finish it is ex
actly as you would like it We are extremely proud to be able to
offer this fine convertible car fully equipped—included electric start
er and lights, for $985 f. o. b. Detroit
Western Sales Company
BISMARCK Bad MANDAN
the guest of her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Empting, and in Dickin
son was enteitaincd by Mr. and Mrs.
Attending Board Meeting.
Burt Finney of the Finney pharma
cy, left last evening on No. 2, for
Fargo, where he will attend a meet
ing of the board of pharmacists of
North Dakota, of which he is a mem
Visits in McKenzie.
Mrs. Danlei A. Falconer and daugh
ter, Claire Isabelle, of east of the
city, were entertained over Sunday
by the former's son-in-law and daugh
ter, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Day of Mc
Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Macomber of
Wilton were guests of l'riends in the
city over Sunday. They were accom
panied here by Miss Laura Keenan,
who visited her parents, ^Jr. and Mrs.
G. J. Keenan of Sccond street.
To Reside With Daughter.
Mrs. Anna Rogers has gone to Port
land, this state, for a short visit with
her mother. She will be ^accompanied
here by the latter, who will make her
home with Mrs. Rogers, who has tak
en an apartment, in the Rose building.
Minot Visitor* Here.
iMr. and Mrs. J. H. Weinrebe and
daughter of Minot are spending a few
days in the city and while here are
guests at the McKenzie. Mr. Wein
rebe is one of the 'best known mer
chants of that city. They made the
trip by motor.
Monday Club Meeting.
The (Monday club was entertained
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Samuel
W. Corwin at her home in Eighth
street. "Modern American Poets"
was the subject studied and the pro
gram consisted of papers by Mrs. T.
R. Atkinson and Mm A. A. Bruce.
Mrs. Atkinson discussed "Modern
American Poets," while Mrs. Bruce
read a paper on Percy Mackaye and
a review of "The Immigrant." Cur
rent events were discussed by Mrs.
F. A. Lahr and the roll call was re
sponded to 'by quotations from Am
Women's Club Notes.
The Current Events club will meet
tomorrow afternoon with Mrs. G. R.
Squire at her home in Second street.
"Central America" will be the sub
ject studied and papers will be read,
on Guatemala, Nicaragua and Salva
The Fortnightly club will meet with
Mrs. X. O. Ramstad at her home in
Fourth street. Portions of the Unit-
There is one sure, safe way to
avoid ablotchy, pimply skin. A
avoia sDioicny, pimply sjcin
good or bad comolexinn come* frnm
good or bad complexion comes fi
within. If you want a clear complexion,
a clean skin—rosy cheeks and good
health, your blood must be pure and
the poisonous mattermust be
Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets
assist nature to remove all poisonous
waste matter in the svstem. They act
on the liver and bowels like calomel yet
have no dangerous after-effects. They
are reliable—safe and cannot harm
are used by women folks everywhere.
Constipation is nearly always the
Causeofal! ailments of women. The in
testines must be made to do their work
as nature intended—in a normal way.
Have color in your checks. Take one
or two tablets nightlyand note the pleas
ing results. All druggists—
10c and 25c
BISMARCK DAILY ntmUKS
UK LOOK IMG,
DARKEN GRAY HUB
.Use the Old-Time Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody
Gray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. We all Know the
advantages of a youthful appearance.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray and looks streaked, Just a few
applications of Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhances its appearance a hundred
Don't stay gray! Look young! Eith
er prepare the recipe at home or get
from any drug store a 50-cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," which is merely the old-time
recipe Improved by the addition of
other ingredients. Thousands of folks
recommend this ready-to-use prepara
tion, because it darkens the hair beau
tifully, besides no one can possibly
tell, as it darkens so naturally and
evenly. You moisten a sponge or soft
brush with it drawing this through
the hair, taking one small strand at
a time. By morning the gray hair
disappears: after another application
or two, its natural color is restorea
and it becomes thick, glossy and lus
trous, and you appear years younger.
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound is a delightful toilet requisite.
It IB not intended for the cure, miti
gation or prevention of disease.
ed States history covering the factors
of the- reconstruction, policies of re
construction and policies of president
and congress will be discussed.
The Mothers' club met this after
noon with Mrs. A. Schutt at her home
in Avenue B.
To Entertain at Cards.
Dr. and Mrs H. O. Alt now and Mr.
and Mrs. iOeorsjo H. Wilson will be
joint hosts iliis eveniug in the homo
of the former in Mamlnn at a prettily
appointed card party. "They will also
entertain at curds Wednesday even
The Modcr.i Woodmen Camp No.
4164 have announced a social enter
tainment for Kriday evening, in the
Knights of Pythias hall. Cards and
dancing will be the amusements and
luncheon will be served. The com
miittee in charge is making arrange
ments to entertain a large represent
ation of the lodge. An invitation nan
been extended to the Royal Neigh
bors, their husbands and visiting
Shower For Bride-eject.
Mrs. P. F. Rcifsteck and Mrs. R.
Wallace were joint hostesses during
the week-end in the home of the for
mer in Sixth street, at a shower in
Miss Avis McNeil of this
place, who will be a December bride.
A color scheme of red and green was
used in the appointments. A large
basket In the same tones and formed
in the shape of a tulip, was used to
receive the gifts, which were many
and beautiful. Luncheon was served
at small tables and covers were laid
for 12, the guests including only the
oride-elect'8 most intimate, friends.
Violin Numbers Feature Program.
Herr I.entz, the violinist, who ap
pears for the first time in the Capital
City at the popular concert Thursday
evening at the Auditorium, has arrang
ed a most interesting program of con
cert numbers. He will give the open
ing number and has chosen the Bach
suite, Serabande, Gavotte and Musette.
For his second group he is playing
Andante, by Viotti-Lentz: Mozart Dcut
seller Tanz G. Major Minuet, Beetho
Ven and Waltzer, Brahms.
For his third appearance he will
play Slavik Dance, by Dvorak Noc
turne Major, Chopin l-iungarian
Dance. No. 8, Brahms. Horr Lcntz will
also play the violin obligates for Mrs.
H. H. Steele's numbers. Mfss Flora
Harmon will be his accompanist.
The other members, including voice
and piano, will be presented by local
Large Box For Soldiers.
A pleasant surprise awaits the boys
at the border—members of Company
A,—when they receivc the Thanks
giving box packed by the Capital City
women and shipped to the front the
first of the week. A special feature of
the box was the large angel food cake
baked by Mrs. Peter Reid of the peni
tentiary road. It measured 20x20
inches and weighed 15 pounds. It is
estimated that the cake is large
enough to supply each member of the
company with a portion. The box,
which weighed 200 pounds when fin
ished, is filled with a long list of
Thanksgiving provisions. Cakes of all
descrptons, candies, jelly, nut bread,
raisin bread, pickles and other asses
sories which go to make up an old
fahioned Thanksgiving dinner. The
response of the Capital City women
was more than generous. Even after
the box was packed and sent to the
freight depot donations kept arriving
at the home of Mrs. D. McPhee in
Third street, where the box was pre
A FEARLESS PHYSICIAN.
Such a physician recently remark
ed "The wonderful power of Lydia
.E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
over diseases of women is not be
cause it is a stimulant, not because
it is a palliative, but simply because
it contains the very elements needed
to tone up the female system and
strengthen the depleted organism."
Of course, that is so, otherwise it
could not succeed as it has.
Sec What 'RUM and a Woman
Can Do to I Big Man!
"The Devil at
Marine* mad Tonight
RED CK SALE
Expected that 500,000 Seals Will
Be Disposed of in North Da
The Red Cross Seal sale promises to
be heavier in the state of North Dako
ta this year than any time previous.
The day for the sale throughout the
state has been set for Saturday and it
is expected that the greater part of
the 500,000 seals being distributed by
the North Dakota Anti-Tuberculosis
AMERICAN RED CROSS
association will be sold at this time or
before the close of the year, January 1.
Mrs. Fanny Dunn Quain, of Bis
marck, who is secretary of the asso
ciation, is receiving many demands for
seals from nearly every section of the
state and in many instances orders
have been more than doubled.
The town of Michigan, with a popu
lation of 490. has asked for 4,000 seals.
Already they have orders for 2,300 and
anticipate the sale to reach the former
amount. Sales which last year aggre
gated M0 will reach the $100 mark.
The Capitay City women interested
in the movement will name the various
committees the first of the week for
the sale Saturday. Seals will be sold
at the hotels, postohice, capitol build
ing and in the many business houses.
Many of the cities and towns are
competing for the penant offered by
the association for the largest sale
per capita. This will not only include
the sale Saturday but all sales made
to the first Saturday in January, and
ones made previous to the annual No
MASONS ELECT OFFICERS
FOLLOWING BIG BANQUET
Members of Bismarck Lodge No. "»,
A. F..& A. M.., were hosts last even
ing in the Masonic temiple at an elab
orate oyster and chicken banquet.
More than a hundred members of the
fraternity were guests and Judge A.
A. iBruce presided as toastmaster.
A number of impromptu talks were
given by the various members, cover
ing the subjects peculiar to Masonry
and its allied interests.
The banquet was arranged at the
suggestion of L. K. Thompson, who
for two successive years has been
the efficient Master of the lodge
rrank Everts was in charge of tho
Following the banquet these
cers were elected for the year:
Theo. Koffel, W. M.
P. R. Fields, S. W.
R. M. Bergeson, J. W.
John P. French, Treas.
Melvin G. Hagen, Secretary.
(J. F. Dullam, Trustee (.'! years).
Those new "Bran
'—a new one* is
born every week—a recog
nition of the need of food
laxatives instead of drug
laxatives. The problem of
presenting bran to the hu
man stomach in combina
tion with a nutritious, easily
digested food was solved
twenty years ago by the in*
the food that supplies
all the body-building mater
ial in the whole wheat grain
in a digestible form, com
bined with bran which
Nature's laxative. A body
food. Serve with milk#or
cream or baked apple or(
other fruits. Made "at
Niagara Falls, N. Y.'
You've waited long enough!
The Winter weather is here to stay and a new, heavy COAT is
just what you need for comfort. We have gathered together
from the best makers, a selection of Coats that is the finest we
have ever had in stock. We want you to come in and see them.
New arrivals coming in almost every day.
Models in novelty mixtures, wool velours, heavy cloakings, in
the full flaring and belted styles, in price from
$15 to $25
Coats in wool velour, broadcloth, wool plush and boucle,
full satin lined, trimmed, with collars and bands of plush or
fur, all this season's newest and most beautiful shades
$21.50 to $35
Dressy Coats of plush, silk velour, cut velour and broadcloth,
very full, flaring models, elaborately trimmed with fur.
$35 to $65
Special Children's Coats
of heavy materials, in mixtures, corduroys and heavy cloakings
VISIT OUR READY TO WEAR DEPARTMENT
afford to buy a good piano, and I don't want
to invest in a poor one."
Let us convincc you that you can afford a good one
For a surprfsingly reasonable price you can get the
Howard Piano, with a rccord of 50,000 satisfied buyers
at home and abroad, including schools, institutions,
Thursday Evening, Novembet 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
Scat Sale Opens at Finney's Drug Store, Wednesday, Nov. 22,9 A. M.
Management Mrs. W. F. Cushing
The attractive pi ire it which this instrument is r.old would not
lie possible were it not for I lie unusual facilities of its makers. It lias
all the advantages and benefits of ail organization uncqualcd in the
YOII lrmst hear this piano to
realize how distinctly better it is
IIian any otlier instrument at a
like price—to appreciate what
satisfactory and lasting value it
will give you.
We have a beautiful as.se,'!
mcnt of styles now on display.
Salesrooms at Cowan's
W. M. Thompson, local