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FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
5 KUPITZ AT RECEIVED- Mandan, N. D.. April 20.—Raphael, aged 1G, son of Casper Schantz, is in a critical condition as the result of an accident late yesterday afternoon, when he fell under the wheels of the freight train. New York Metropolitan Company And His$13 ,00© Sfradivarius Auditorium FRESH HALIBUT WHITE FISH and PIKE STRAWBERRIES GRAPEFRUIT BANANAS WINESAP APPLES BOY BADLY INJURED IN RAILWAY ACCIDENT Raphael Schantz Nearly Bled to Death—Cut by Car Wheels. Young Schantz was employed with McCABE evening MANAGEMENT MRS. W. F. CUSHING. PRICES—$1.50, $1.00, 75c April 28 an N. 1*. section gang working near Hi::mon. When the crew started lick for Mandan last evening, the ypn-dev refused to work properly and would not haul all the load of work ::en. The section foreman told the gang to catch a freight which was headed for the city. AH made It except young Schantz. He was found lying beside the track when the gasoline speeder was linal ly started. The flesh of his left leg was gouged out from his knee to his thigh and he had suffered terribly from loss of blood. He was taken to the Mandan hos pital, where the How of blood was stopped and his injuries attended. Unless infection sets in he has a chance for recovery. VARIETY BILL Good Crowd Greets Vaudeville at Auditorium Last Evening. Vaudeville drew another good crowd at the Auditorium last evening despite the fact that this week is usually quiet in the amusement field. Manager Vesperman has arranged for another good bill next week and ex pects a capacity house. One or two more bills will be given before it is decided to give weekly vaudeville at the Auditorium. The numbers last evening were well leceived. "The Satisfaction Store." We wish to call your attention to the completeness of our line for Easter needs, in Meats, etc. Besides hav ing the very choicest Beef, Pork, Veal, Mutton and Lamb raised in Burleigh county, from which to cut any and all the fancy cuts to please the most fastidious epi cure, we have a full line of sugar cured Hams and Bacons. SWIFT S PREMIUM HAMS HORMEL'S DAIRY HAMS ARMOUR'S STOCKINETT HAMS SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON HORMEL'S DAIRY BACON Fish FRESH HALIBUT FRESH PIKE SALT HERRING SALT MACKEREL SPICED HERRING SPICED ANCHOVIES Rendition ofStainer's CRUCIFIXION A MEDITATION ON THE Sacred Passion oi the Holy Redeemer Chorus of 40 Voices W.L. Geo. T. Humphreys TENOR BASS And Bismarck Male Quartette AT THE METHODIST CHURCH THIS EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK EVERYONE WELCOME-NO CHARGE FOR ADMISSION. Society News Church Society Gives Unique Program as Fare well to Mrs. Harris As a farewell to Mrs. Charles W. Harris, members of the Ladies Aid society of the Presbyterian church arranged a unique program for the meeting yesterday afternoon in the church chapel. Seven parts of the musical comedy, "Pocahontas," were presented by various members of tho society, representing the characters: Mahogany, Powhatan, John Smith, John Rolfe, Pocahontas, Speckled Thunder, an Indian brave 20 other Indian braves, and Eliza Jane Brown. The chapel was arranged to represent the dress circle, balcony and peanut balcony of a theatre and a take-off on box seats was arranged by store •boxes, on which were placed four red chairs. Stairs were built up to the top for access. Four of the mem bers, dressed in the height of fash ion, occupied the box seats. The names of the entertainers taking the parts in the comedy were not given out and are closely guarded by the guests. Many of the parts were very well given and afforded much amuse ment. At the close of the program the society presented Mrs. Harris with three silver salad forks. A social hour followed the program. Visiting Sister. Harold Lamb of Watford, N. D„ is spending several days the guest of his sister, Miss Verna Lamb of this place. Is Visiting Father. Miss Grace Hare, a student at St. Joseph's academy of St. Joseph. Minn., has arrived in the city and will spend the Easter vacation with her father. Entertaining Guests. Mrs. Etta M. Celley of Timmer, N. D., and N. B. Silcox of Estherville, ia., have arrived in the city and are guests of Mrs. Hazel I. Scharnowskc of Fifteenth street. Removed to Hospital. Mrs. P. B. Webb of Fourth street, who was taken seriously ill Wednes day evening, was removed to the St. Alexius hospital last evening, where she will undergo treatment. Returns After Visit. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Lang and son, William, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. labe ling of Fourth street, left Tuesday for their home in Jordan, Mont. Entertains Club. Dr. and Mrs. R, S. Towne were hosts last evening at their home in Sixth street, to the bridge club of which they are members. Three ta bles were in play for the game. Holds Class Meeting. Members of the Senior class of the high school held a class meeting yes terday afternoon and arranged for the invitations and calling cards. Other matters were als considered for the commencement week. Easter Dance. One of the interesting social af fairs in lodge circles scheduled for next week is the Easter dance, Mon day evening, in Patterson hall, given under the auspices of the Ladies of New Arrivals of Easter Pattern Hats From Chicago Also— Big Line of Untrimmed Shapes Nielsen's Millinery BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE the Maccabees. O'Connor's orches tra will furnish the music. The en tertainment committee is composed of a long list of members and a most pleasant evening's entertainment is assured. To Visit Cousin. Miss Helen Falconeu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Falconer of Av enue .E, will leave today on No. 4 for Jamestown, where she will be the guest over Easter of her cousin, Miss Clarice B'elk. Is Visiting Parents. Robert iWebb, a student at the Uni versity of Minnesota, Minneapolis, has arrived in the city to spend the •Easter vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. t*V .11. Webb, Jr., of Fifth street. Entertaining Sisters. Mrs. C. 'H. Crockard of I In- Mc Kenzie is entertaining as her guests her sisters, 'Miss Feme Holbrook, a student at St. John's academy, James town, and Miss Grace Holbrook of Underwood. The Misses Hlbrook will remain until alter Easter. Spending Easter in City. IMiss Magdalene Cunningham and Miss Mary Shechan, students at St. John's academy of Jamestown, have arrived in the city to spend the Eas ter vacation. Miss Winifred Knudl son, another student, returned to tho city with them, enroute to her home in Sewartsdale. Visiting in Minneapolis. Miss Florence Homan, daughter of .«1r. and Mrs. John Homan of Fourth street, left Wednesday evening on uN'o. 2 for Minneapolis, where she will visit her sister, Miss L'essie Homan, who is spending some time there. She was accompanied by E. H. Dum mer, who will spend several days in the twin cities on business. Church Society iMeets. iMembers of St. George's Guild of St. George's Episcopal church held an interesting meeting yesterday after noon with .Mis. F. li. Luehe at her home in First street and Avenue A. The program for the afternoon in cluded a reading of Mary Magdalen, by Maurice Maeterlinck, presented by Mrs. A. A. Bruce. Her interpretation of this famous work was most pleas, ing and afforded much entertainment for the guests. Miss Muriel l-'loren and Mary Atkinson contributed piano numbers. Musical Club Meets. Miss Ethel iMcKenzie was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home in First street, to co-members of the Thursday Musical club. The life and works of Cecile Chaminade was stud ied. Mrs. Fred Graham read a paper on the "Life of Chaminade" and the program was featured by vocal and instrumental numbers of this famous composer. Those presenting the pro gram were: Mrs. J. A. Graham, Mrs. J. P. French, sopranos, and Mrs. M. W. Roan and Miss McKenzie, pian ists. A social hour followed the pro gram. University Glee. The University of North Dakota Men's Glee Club will make its an nual spring trip during Easter vaca tion. There will be twenty-two men on the trip, including Director Nor ton and Howard Patmore, pianist Manager H. G. Nillis has scheduled the following towns: Lisbon, Ellen dale, Valley City, Jamestown, Cassel ton, Hillsboro, Michigan City and La kota. The Club will not' leave Grand Forks until the 2!rd and will give its first concert in Lisbon on the even ing of the 24th. The Home Concert will be given on May 5th in the Audi torium at Grand Forks. To Give Oratory Tonight. The augmented choir of 10 voices under the direction of C. B. Taylor, will present Stainer's "Crucifixion" this evening in the McCabe Method ist Episcopal church. The choir has been working hard for several weeks on the choruses and a fine presenta tion of this famous Easier oratorio is assured. The soloists will includo W. L. 'Miller, tenor, and George Hum phreys, bass, and a special feature will be the singing of one of the hymns by the Bismarck Male Quar tet. The service in the McCabe church last evening was largely at tended and the sacrament of the Lord's Supper was observed. Dr. W. J. Hutcheson closed a two weeks' series of special Lenten services last evening. Much interest was mani fested throughout the series. I, 10 HOLD SPM Tancred Commandery No. 1 will hold special services Sunday after noon at 3 o'clock in the Masonic tem ple. Dr. W. J. Hutcheson of the Mc Cabe Methodist will make the address and Mrs. H. H. Steele will sing. This meeting is open to the public and it is expected that a large represents tion of Masons and their friends will attend. The commandery held an initiation and banquet last evening in the tem pie, when four candidates were ini tiated. Nearly 150 guests attended the banquet which was served at 7 o'clock. READERS' COLUMN O A CRYING NEED. .. Bismarck, N. D. Editor, Bismarck Tribune: The sudden death by suicide of Joe Fischer, a night school student, drives home the lesson of a crying need. Throughout the day and evening there should be open some place where our immigrant' boys and girls may find a warm welcome and a cor dial interest. A strange land, strange customs, strange faces and a strange tongue are conducive to headache, loneliness and depression. With any degree of ill health added there is every incentive for an abnormal act. FRECKLES Don't Hide Them With a Veil Re move Them With the Othlne Prescription This prescription for the removal of freckles was written by a prominent physician and is usually so successful in removing freckles and giving a clear, beautiful complexion that it is sold by any druggist under guarantee to refund the money if it fails. Don't hide your freckles under a veil get an ounce of otliine and move them. Even the first few appli cations should show a wonderful im provement, some of the lighter frec kles vanishing entirely. Be sure to ask the druggist for the double strength othine: it is this that is sold on the money-back guarantee. Joe Fisher was one of the most promising of the Night School stud ents. lie was by nature light heart ed and care free. Unlike many, his young years had been spent in a home of affluence and he had had excellent schooling in Russia. Two brothers are surgeons in the army. His last letter from home told of the proximity of the war. llis mother wrote of the cannonading, the skies lurid from the lights of bursting shell and the tenor and suspense on every side. The boy looked for ward fearfully to the coming of each letter. There was once a three months' lapse and he feared and worried and fretted. He made confi dantes of his teachers but how much can teachers do when their time is so greatly limited? A 'homey" place where these fine winsome, and trusting young folk can be counseled, loved, entertained and instructed should bo open all the lime. With a look of suffering in his ex pressive eyes Joe related the fates of his "comrades" in the Old World. They had returned home, from the war without arms and legs, Joe's un usual refinement and delicate sensi bilities were worthy generations of "blue blood." He craved congenial and elevating companionship. In his school work he made excellent pro- I HEAD STUFFED FROM CATARRH OR A COLD Says Cream Applied in Nostrils Opens Air Passages Right Up. Instant relief—no waiting. Your cloggcd nostrils open right up the air passages of your head clear aud you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snufling, blowing, headache, dryness. No struggling for breath at night: your cold or catarrh disappears. Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream in your nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passago of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membrane and relief comes instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stufl'cd-up with a cold or nasty catarrh. The Father of Pure Foods giess. He dialed at what he con sidered his slowness in mastering English. His ambition was unfail ing. 1 am convinced that had there been a little more opportunity for com Cook EASTER MILLINERY $4.98 Wo have received a shipment of Easter's latest creations in Millinery for Friday and Saturday Only $4.98 The assortment comprises a large variety of shapes, sizes and colors. Webb Brothers Tco'll III* thla A»k your grocer ELECTRIC BATHS IN CONNECTION Every member of the family will eat Cream-of-All with pleasure. Every package contains thirty liberal servings, thirty meals at one-half cent per meal. The last word in cereals is GeamofA" tfiPRICEs THE NATIONAL FOOD Priceless Profit-Sharing Coupons in Every Packagt Try it for breakfast tomorrow. The exclusive Dr. Price Pure Food Store in your town is BROWN & GEIERMANN 114 FIFTH STREET Phone 53 FIVE i.e. panionship, for congeniality, for so cial intercourse of the kind he de sired, our splendid boy would still be with us. Oh, the pity! the pity! EM E RITA YEGEN. AmHcm nw/ 6 Hararoul frtdiA. ll** •fTV* 'JKISI •aver health unr. COOKS IN ONI THIRD THI TIKIS, MOTHERS MACARONI COMPART, Bismarck Infirmary of Osteopathy Drs. Bolton and Bolton, Physicians In Charge All curable acute aud chronic diseases succcssi'ully treated without dru^s. Dr. M. Evangeline Bolton specializes in women and children's diseases and obstetrics. Eppingcr Block, lfooins 1 to 5. Phone 240. Bismarck, N. D. The Balanced Food The crowning achievement of Dr. Price—a cereal food which combines the nutritive elements of wheat, rice, corn, rye and oats, in the proper proportions— a scientifically balanced human ration— yet fascinating in its delicacy and its de licious taste. 1