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Coming Events| V**«**»#'#**»**»*«^***** Tonight—-Itevival at the Metho dist church. December 2.—I'. C. T. Hail at the Elks' hull. December (i. District conven tion, Knights of Pythias, with Fred K. Wheaton, Supreme K. R. and S. January, 1911—Burleigh Coun ty Sunday School Associa tion. January 3, 1911 Legislature convenes. Jim-. 1!HI—-State Convention of Catholic Order of Forest ers. July, 1911—North Dakota Inde pendent Telephone Associa tion. N TH**- CITY tilE I nue m. LADIES AID MEETING. I HAS APPENDICITIS. Mrs. Clara B. Ullum, who resides on upper Fifth street was taken to one of the local hospitals Tuesday atfJ ternoon suffering from appendicitis, Her many friends hope for her speedy. recovery. I TANCRED COMMANDERY. There will be a regular meeting of Tancred Commandery No. 1 tonight, and as there is business of consider able importance to be transacted it is requested that there be a full attend ance. VISITING IN CITY. Lieutenant Albert L. Hall's wife, nee Daisy De Graff, of Kansas City, was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr Tuesday. She left Wednesday morning for Washburn, where she will spend a few days with her father and her mother. SWEDISH LADIES AID MEETING The Ladies Aid society of the Swed ish Lutheran church will hold its reg ular meeting at the home of Mrs. An drew Pearson on Avenue A between Fifth and Sixth streets, this afternoon at two o'clock. All Scandinavians are cordially invited to attend. IN NEW HOME. The Tribune has received word that W. P. Graves, formerly of Baldwin, has arrived in his new home at Mer is making a trip over the state vislt isg with relatives at Shenandoah. Iowa, for the present but will join her husband at the new home in the near future. ORDERED FIRE APPARATUS. The fire commissioner has ordered the American La France hose wagon, which was authorized by the board of city commissioners at its meeting Monday evening. The board has adver tised for bids for a fire team .and hope to have the equipment in ser vice within a very few weeks. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER. The annual chicken pie supper of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid society will be served tonight in the chapel at 5:30. This is always an event in church circles as the ladies are noted for the fine service they always give. The bazaar will open in the after noon and continue during the even ing. All are cordially invited to at tend. --*~~w ADVENTIST VISITS HE1.E A. V. Rhoads. relieious liberty sec retanry of the North Dakotna confer- ciH-c of Seventh Day Adventists was a visitor in the city Wednesday. He is maki.sg a trip over the stale visit ing the towns whore the Sunday clos ing proposition is foeiim agitated and left in the afternoon for Mandan, where the lid has been put oi» asd screwed down. BROTHER IS SICK. Valley City Patriot: -Mrs. Alfred Zu ger has left for Fargo to visit her 'brother, Aadne, who was operated on 'Thanksgiving day for appendicitis. PIONEER LADIES ENTERTAINED. Mrs. Austfn Logan Was Hostess at ft Pleasing Function. fy Wednesday altera oon the Logan .*, residence on Second street was the scene of a pretty party, when Mrs. ,1,! muslin Logan eiiK-rtuinud about twen *!, ty of her "old timer" friends. Whist 'X''was pluyul during the afternoon, the X: leading score being made by Mrs. A Hinckley. At the close of the play .* a dainty luncheon was served. A 1 Aood time was enjoyed by all. I GUARDSMEN WILL DANCE Lochner's Famous Orchestra Will Fur nish the Music. t,| II i\ Company A will give its first dance reason Monday evening at the Armory. Lochner's famous harp or chestra will furnish music for the oc- (asion. The Ladies Aid society of the Uap-jtia have been touring the state the tist church will meet at the home of past few weeks playing for concerts Mrs R. E. Finkle, 124 Mandan ave-: and dances, and his return to the cap rh'ursday afternoon at 2:30 p. ital city is awaited with considerable interest and enthusiasm by the \ocal ___ dance and music lovers. Mr. Lochner and his orches- LAMSON FUNERAL TODAY Old Pioneer Will Be Buried From Webb Brothers Parlors. The funeral of K. K. Lamson will occur this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the undertaking parlors of Webb Brothers. Dr. A. Lincoln Shute, of the Methodist church will officiate. In terment will he made in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. Lamson, who came here in the late seventies, was a familiar figure on the streets of the capital city. He died very suddenly Sunday evening from an attack of heart fail ure. RETURNED FROM HUNT. E. C. Cooper and M. J. O'Connor Had Successful Trip. Commissioner of Insurance E. C. Cooper and Mickey J. O'Connor have returned to the city after a success ful hunt at Sibley Island. They pitched their camp there and hung out the sign on their tent, "Chicago Hotel." They advertised private* baths, but the bath was in the creek. They also advertised patent renounce-iatora, but when Mickey was asked what he in tended to renounce, he said "every thing on the island." They succeeded in securing one deer. RETURNED TO HOME. Mike Breen Left Hospital and Left For Napoleon. Mike Breen, who was brought to the city for medical treatment from Napoleon recently, has sufficiently im proved to enable him to depart for his home on the south Soo Wednes day morning. He was working on the farm of A. W. Draeger recently as pitcher at. a threshing machine. One of the other pitchers tried to remove a thistle from the separator belt, but the fork became entangled in the belt and was hurled toward Breen, whom it hit. Breen's nose was broken, and one of the tines pieced the front al bone Just above the eyes. It was a miraculous escape from death. Photos for Christmas from $3 $25 per dozen at Butler Studio. "HOUSE OF QUALITY" Thursday, Friday and Saturday Saturday Matinee DEC. 1-2-3—COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM. Pepper Twins Character Oancsrs and Singers WORKING SEVERAL QUICK CHANGES. Sadie Whiting Some Soubrette With a Variety of New Musical Numbers. 3000 Feet of New Animated Scenes Spec!a Music and Effect by Gem Orchestra. Overture—"Sweetest Girl in Paris." Open Matinee Saturday 3:30 p. m. Prices S and 15 Cents. to Evening Shows Start 8:00—Mo Waits. Prices 10 and 25 Cents. PERSONAL Miss Fannie Porter of llazelton was an arrival in the city Tuesday. I M. Kambur of Mandan came over to liismarck Wednesday for a short stay in the city. Mrs. .). G. Ingle of Dawson came up to the city Wednesday to spend a few days. Mrs. A. O. Rudy of Winona, X. D., was a recent arrival in Bismarck from the southern part of the state. Jacob Kikford of Douglas was an arrival in the city on the north Soo Tuesday afternoon. Ms. E. B. Miller and daughter Rose were visitors in the capital city from Steele Wednesday. C. L. Merrick of Napoleon was look ing after business interests in the city Wednesday. Mrs. H. M. Shaffer of Flora is a guest in the city. F. F. Gordon of Winona was an ar rival in the city from the south Wed nesday. George P. Gibson of Washburn was in the city Wednesday evening on a business visit. Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Edge of Ruso arrived in the city Wednesday after noon. Hon. F. F. Fritz of Towner was a business visitor in the capital city on Wednesday. Charles J. Nemetz of Cayuga was attending to business matters in Bis marck Wednesday. R. C. Campbell of Braddock was transacting business in Bismarck on Wednesday. Messrs A. T. Welch and C. B. John son of Menoken were business visitors in Bismarck Wednesday. ON BUSINESS VISIT. Messrs T. M. Wyatt. R. H. Lukins, W. F. Lukins, H. F. Miller and C. L. Benshoof of Hurdsfield were arrivals in Bismarck Wednesday They came here to attend to some important busi ness affairs and wtfl return home to day. FALSE ALARM. Fire Out Wed- Department Turned nesday Noon, alarm of fire was turned in the residence of G. W. Bowden on Rosser street Wednesday noon. It was learned that the children in paly ing had thrown something down the registers which caused smoke with the result that the entire house was filled with smoke. The department re sponded promptly but as no damage was done their servicec were not re quired. An from BAPTIST SOCIAL TONIGHT. Unique Form of Entertainment is Planned. There will be a social tonight given by the members of the Sunday school of the First Baptist church in the basement parlors of the church. An unique program of entertainment has been arranged for. Cousin Phoebe will exhibt her photograph album with life size pictures. Refreshments will be served, and a good time is assured to all. A cordial invitation is extended to all. There wi be no admission charged. EXCELLENT VALUES Are being secured in Ladies' Suits and Coats at A. W. Lucas' December Clearance Sale. Read the ad. in this paper. A carload potatoes on Soo track for sale in large or small quantities. Don't forget the dance at the Arm ory, given by Company A, Monday evening. Music by Lochner's orches tra. LIQUID CURES ECEZMA WHERE SALVES FAIL In regard to skin diseases, medical authorities are now agreed on tris: Don't imprison the disease germs In your skin by the use of greasy I salves, and thus encourage them to I multiply. A true cure of all ecze matous disease can be brought about only by using the healing agents in the form of a liquid. WASH THE GERMS OUT. A simple wash: A compound of Oil I of Wintergreen, Thymol, and other in gred!ents as combined in the D. .D. Prescription. This penetrates to the disease germs and destroys them, then soothes and heals the skin as nothing else has ever done. A 25 cent trial bottle will start the cure, and give you instant rellefr. COWAN'S DRUG STORE. OUR LAW MAKERS. Are going to meet soon. Will they benefit you or knock your props out? Learn all about it by reading the Daily Tribune Special rate subscrip tions now being given. CAPITAL FOR INVESTMENT. A savings account will give you capital for investment. Every dollar saved is a step toward independence. $1 starts an account and we pay 4 per cent interest compounded every three months. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OP BISMARCK. YOU NEEDN'T keen on feeling distressed after eating, nor belching, nor experiencing nausea between meals. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures dyspepsia—it strengthens the stomach and other digestive organs for the proper per formance of their functions. Take Hood's. Don't forget the dance at the Arm ory, given by Company A, Monday evening. Music by Lochner's orches tra. CASTOR IA For Infants and Children. Till Kind You Han Always tagM Bears the I Signature of BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Correspondence 4 7 STERLING. Herman and Henry Nieman re turned from Lemmon, S. 1)., Wednes day, where they have been visiting relatives. Ed Olson was in Bismarck Tuesday. Frank Barnes was down from Bis marck Monday. E. L. Amundsen and his sister-in law, Miss .ara Steen, were Bismarck visitors Sunday. Mrs. E. C. Fogarty of Bismarck spent Thanksgiving with her sister, Mrs. E. L. Amundsen. H. H. Ellsworth left Tuesday on a vaaction trip in Butte. Monta, James town and St. Paul. He expects to be gone about two weeks. Mr. Agnew relieved him at the depot. M. G. Nelson left Saturday for a visit among his folks at Calmar and Decorah, Iowa. Ray Sandry shipped two loads of cattle Saturday. Geo. H. Mumm and wife were Ster-1 ling visitors Wednesday. I Mrs. T. Mattson came over from Mc Kenzie Wednesday. She has given up. the hotel at that place and will return to Bismarck. I E. L. Amundsen was in Bismarck Saturday on business. *,• ,**• »J» »j» FRANCES. Mr. John McCormick has been con fined at home with a sore throat for the past week or so. Is getting better now. Mr. Harm Tellingusen has quit the better showing, they owe it to them selves and the rest of the schools to do so. To return to our subject—after the teacher's talk the parents were given opportunity to express their minds, They seemed agreed that Parents' Days were a good thing and advo cated their continuance every month during the term (nine months). After this Mr. F. Cramer kindly en tertained the company with his big talking machine until the sun's disap pearance in the west, which reminded everybody that it was time to go home. Mr. Vigness failed to get out as had been planned. However, perhaps he can be with us next time, December 23rd. The following people were present with the school: Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kroll, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gierke, Mr. and Mrs. F. Harms, Mr. Ed. Dietzman, Mr. Robert Solberg of Naughton dis trict, Mr. Willard Kroll and sister, Miss Mabel Kroll, Mr. F. Gamier of Naughton district, Mr. F. Cramer and Mrs. W. E. Yeater. FORT RICE NEWS. The dance at the furniture store was well attended Thanksgiving, and was a success, Everet Tillot3on was a Mandan vis itor Tuesday. Miss Grace Ballou transacted busi ness at the capital city Thursday. F. W. Schmidt made a business trip !to Bismarck Thursday. I Mr. Howard Preston and Earnest 'Healy of Bismarck visited the Marsh land Ushelman's Friday and Saturday. Haymaking is about over now. Mr. Hanson of St. Anthony visited Miss Cramer has made most of his since Ballou Monday. November 1st. Geo. Markham has gone to Mis- Miss Mabel Kroll has gone a business. ten miles or so north to work at the well drilling business for awhile and 'games, etc. Supper was served and a is back home at present. general good time reported. Mrs. Overton entertained the Pres byterian Ladies' Aid Wednesday. A. Molendorf got a well drilling out fit to his place last Friday and no doubt has a good well by this time. Herman Schoon was seen heading for Bismarck on Thanksgiving day. We haven't heard whether he came back alone or not. Mr. John Harms went to Bismarck last Friday. W. E. Yeater and family spent Thanksgiving at the home his father in-law, W. H. Ebeling, of Menoken. Miss Mabel Ryberg attended the closing exercises of the school taught by Miss Annie Anderson, up near Trygg, on Thanksgiving day. On last Friday, November 25, oc curred the third monthly "Parents' Day" at Frances school. On this oc casion our most sanguine expectations were realized, as a majority of the patrons of the school did actually turn out and in time for dinner, too. We might say that the dinner was the most engaging feature of the whole day, Inasmuch as it consumed more time in preparing, eating and clear ing away (what little was left to clear) than any other session of the day's program. A big long .table was pro vided, on which the ladies distrib uted chicken, mashed potatoes, cran berries, bread, biscuits, buns, pie, cake, jelly, butter, hot coffee, etc., and which was subsequently surrounded by a crowd of younsters and grown-ups who looked remarkably cheerful in spite of their very hungry insides. That hungry feeling, however, soon gave place to a well-rounded self satisfied sensation in the region of thc'ir abdomens and enabled then to go on with the following program af terwards: Song Happy Greeting School. Recitation "Autumn" Elida Ryberg. Song "Thanksgiving Day" Ginls. Select Reading. ."The Boyless Town" Eva McCormick. Essay "Thanksgiving' Bertha Gierke. Song "We're All Americans" Boys. Recitation "The Pilgrims" Augusta Gierke. Select Reading ...."Wh the Dog's Nose Is Cold" Mabel Ryberg. Select Reading "A Lady Who Took Sixteen Children from the Children's Home, Fargo, N. D." Adele Deitzman. Dialogue "Six Little Thankfuls" Earl Kroll, Paul McCormick, Mino J. Harms, Emma Dietzman, Anna Gierke, Matilda Harms. After the rendition of the above short program, the teacher gave an account of the work that is being done and that will be attempted, call ing on the parents to work with him for the continual improvement of the school in every way, and especially as regards the moral and physical well-being of the pupils. Extracts were read from the ninth biennial re port of the state superintendent, on pages 69, 73 and 74, regarding the care of the school and surroundings. Right here we may say that Frances school Is on of the best equipped rural schools In Burleigh county. To sub stantiate this statement we enumerate the following: A good 5 ft. by 8 ft. United States flag a new International Dictionary and holder a good organ set of ency clopedias a library of about 70 vol umes and a handsome bookcase to keep It in plenty of blackboard a good eight-day clock a dustproof wa ter cooler with faucet some of the children already have individual drinking cups and more will have them soon a well-painted floor out houses clean and in good repair and a modern heating and ventilating plant also the school is equipped with all single seats. If any rural school in Burleigh county can make a Mrs. Jesse Wiley and Mrs. Elmer a is home of Louis Sheldon, in Cromwell Pleasure trip in the east. township. We understand that Mr3. Sheldon was hurt in a runaway. making an extended The Catholics celebrated Mass at Fort Rice Monday. Mrs. H. Usselman and Miss Evan geline Marsh entertained Friday at an evening party in honor of Mr. Pres ton and Mr. Healy of Bismarck. The vening was pleasantly spent in music Mrs.. Colby entertains in two weeks. Mr. E. Balderson has finished the addition to Dr. Soule's house. Miss E. Marsh closed a successful term of school in the Cadell district Wednesday. Mr. and Mra. J. Wells attended the dance at Fort Rice Wednesday. Mr. C. Meitchen is visiting at Mil waukee, Wis. Miss Blanch Marquart and Miss Mar tha Hannond visited Fort Rice friends Grand TONIGHT The From Mrs. Joe Wead is visiting Mandan friends. Dell Wead made a business trip to Cannon Ball Saturday. TRY THIS TWO r. INUTE CURE FOR COLD IN HEAD OR CHEST. and It is Curing Thousands Daily, Saves Time and Money. Get a bowl three-quarters full boiling water, and a towel. of Pour into the water a teaspoonful Hotel McKenzie A Magnificent Fire Proof, Seven-Story Structure OPEN FOR BUSINESS JANUARY i, 1911 150 ROOMS--84 WITH PRIVATE BATHS Strictly European Meals a la Carte in Dining Room or Grill Sunlit Sample Rooms on Seventh Floor Write Now For Reservations to EDWARD G. PATTERSON Owner and Proprietor BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA Thursday, December 1, 1910. S ve ng a lis A FEATURE ACT OF RARE QUALITY Must Be Seen to Be Appreciated. Smith & Sumner Musical Comedy Last Season "TIME PLACE GIRL" The "Girl" Miss Florence V. Smith MISS MARIE NELSON Singing, Pictorial Melodies. GRANDSCOPE "A Central American Romance"—Dramatic. "The Art Lover's Strategy—a pathetic story told in a happy way. 'Mexican Domain"—Scenic, Educational. Friday and Saturday. Miss Ella McAdam closed a success ful term of school in the Koppy dis trict Friday. of HYOMEI (pronunced High-o-me.) Put your head over the bown and cover both head and bowl with towel. Breathe the vapor that arises for two minutes, and presto! your head Is as clear as a bell, and the tightness in the chest is gone. Nothing like it to break up a neavy cold, cure sore throat or drive away a cough. It's a pleasant cure. You'll en joy breathing Hyomel. You'll feel at once Its soothing, healing and bene ficial effects as it passes over the in flamed and irritated membrane. Fifty cents a bottle at druggists every where. Ask Lenhart Drug store for ex tra bottle Hyomel Inhalent. Don't forget the dance at the Arm ory, given by Company A, Monday evening. Music by Lochner's orches tra.