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THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1916.
•AwrAm-ar* wr THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. irn ATLANTA. CA U.S.A •nrtNwAr Uwmt iwde theyirteje PiteSLOOftrBottte. (UMC tlU) trim, 175 FftrfcrftU 9MM§ rittfiMMtfy TK SOTT SPECIFICS AT MEAT DEPARTMENT— Calf Liver L. Frank & Sons 'Healthgrams' On Skirt Flashed to Thousands One of Nature's signals is an unhealthy skin. It is a scientific fact that the skin indicates the condition of the blood and the blood is the building material for the body and all its vital parts. Unless the blood is nourished and kept rich and healthy, it will evenually react on the organs it feeds and reduce the indi vidual to a pitiable condition. Little do people realize the physical ailments that drain away strength and vitality and that can be traced straight to the poor supply of blood. Pimples, Eczema, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism, Carbuncles, Boils, Catarrh with its obnoxious results and the tendency to easily catch cold, KUPITZ Liver Srusage Goose Liver Sausage Chicken Meat Treat GROCERY DEPARTMENT— Old Fashioned Scotch Oat meal in Packages Rcid Murdock's Dill Pickles, 20c Seller Today, 10c- Just a Limited Amount Left BAKERY DEPARTMENT— Everything TEA AND COFFEE DEPARTMENT— Chase and Sanborn Coffee in All Grades Observes "Skip Day." Following sin example of the Class of IMl."), members of the Senior class of the high school observed what Ihey term "skip day," yesterday af ternoon and went to Malaria and scores of other equally serious ail ments, are all manifestations of bad blood. For over 50 years S. S. S. has been a mighty remedy for these disorders. Thousands of men and women have been relieved or actually cured by S. S. S. Many of them had spent years and hundreds of dollars for otber remedies in a fruitless endeavor to regain health—a marvel ous tribute to S. S. S. S. S. S. is purely vegetable and when taken into the stomach is absorbed by the blood, supplying certain ele ments which stimulate the action of the blood corpuscles and help thetn drive out impurities and build up the system. With such a tried and true medicine awaiting you at the closest drug store, will you go on suffering and looking badly when so many oihers similarly afflicted have turned to S. S. S. and found the meaning of perfect health. Our Medical Department will gladly advise you about your case without cost to you if you wish to avail yourself of this service. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Georgia the .Missouri riv er, where they enjoyed an afternoon in the open. The entire class, com posed of o~, departed on the hike at noon and returned at sunset. A big "feed" was one of the special fea tires. Class members reported the outing to be one of the mpst enjoy able events yet given. Hotel For Women. A hotel operated by women and for women exclusively, where they may Obtain a room for "0 cents a day, is an innovation which has been intro duced into Minneapolis. It opened .Monday, under the auspices of the Women's Christian association, witft" Mrs. J. Fowler Avery as chairman of the committee in charge. The place will be known as the Woman's Hotel and will occupy the second and third doors of the building at 122 Hennepin avenue. It is only a block from the Great Northern station and within pasy walking distance from the other "WHY II, DEAR? USE 'GETS-IT' FOR CORNS!" It's the New Plan. Simple. Sure as Fate. Applied in a Few Seconds. "Why, John, I never knew you to uso such language! I've told you several times it's no use to try those bandages, salves, tapes, plasters, and "Ton Wouldn't Lose Tear Temper. John. If You Used 'Geti-lt" for Those Corns!'' contraptions for corns. Here's some 'Gets-It', it's just wonderful how easy, 'clear and clean' it makes any corn come right off. Takes but a few sec onds to apply. It dries at once. Put your sock on right over it,—there's nothing to stick or roll up, form a bundle of your toe, or press on the corn. It's painless, simple as rolling off a log. Now put away those knives, razors and scissors, use 'Gets-It' and you'll have a sweeter disposition and no more corns and calluses." "Gets-lt" is sold by druggists every where, 2rc, a bottle, or sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co., Chicago. 111. Sold in Bismarck and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by Burt Finnev Drug Store and Lenhnrt Drug Co. railroad stations. The matron, Mrs. Helen Dickeschcid, until recently ma tron at Uridley Hall, Carleton col lege, and Mrs. Henry Cardner, licr assistant, will be in charge. TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE Noted Group of Negro Singers Will Give Concert ia M. E. Church. The concert this evening in the Ale Cube Methodist Episcopal church by the Tuskegee Institute Jubilee singers promises to be interesting. This group of singers are on their way to Tuskegee after a tour of the United Siates including the Panama-Pacific and San Dieso expositions. They are accompanied by Charles Winter Wood, a teacher and speaker, who will tell the story of the life and works of Booker T. Washington. The program will consist of old fashioned plantation melodies, negro spirituals, dialect readings. The con cert is given in the interest of the school, which is largely dependent ut»n public and'"private donations. The work lias the endorsement of the educational -workers' of the United States and of all classes of people in the south. Tuskegee institute has grown since 1881, the year of its beginning, to its present proportions. It now has 110 buildings, large and small, '2,000 acres of land and there has recetnly been installed an improved heating, lighting! and water systems. There are forty distinct trades and industries taught to more than 1,500 sudents annually by a faculty of 200 teachers and workers. This meeting will offer a splendid opportunity for those interested in Ihe cause represented by this institution to hear of work that Ts regarded as without a parallel in this country, and at the same time to hear a group of singers relate the story of negro life in the south upon the plantations. No admission will be charged to the meeting but an offering will be asked for the purpose of furthering the work. COIIDOB NT (LI PRINTING BILLS At a meeting of the county com missioners yesterday it was decided to deduct $9. »1 from the bills of the Palladium, Bismarck Regan Head light and McKenzie Gazette, for the publication of the commissioners proceedings. It was moved by C. R. Kositzky and seconded by Riley that the bills for printing commissioners proceedings be allowed at $9.31 less than the amount of their bills pre sented, for the reason that they occu pied more space than necessary. On roll call, Commissioners Hedstrom passed, Kositzky and Riley voted aye and Commissioner Patterson no. The motion carrie and the deduction was made. The contract for one of the Fair banks eight, ton wagon scale was let to Albert Laurent for the sum of $405. The contract was let so that scales to the number of six could be purchased at the same figure up until September 1. Commissioner Riley was appointed to confer with the township board to select a location for the public scale in Moffit. The franchise ordinance presented for the Sterling Rural Telephone com pany and the Farmers' Mutual Tele phone company for consideration of the county board by Commissioner Riley was referred to the states at torney for a written opinion. The board adjourned until May 16. LIDGERWOOD COUNCIL INSTALLS OFFICERS AT ANNUAL MEETING Lidgerwood, N. D., May 3.—'At the annual meeting of the Lidgerwood council, when Nels Brolander assum ed the position of mayor, the follow ing were made city officials: Auditor, F. W. Mashek attorney. A. L. Par son chief of police. Albert Fisher night watch, H. F. Stonel street com missioner. EX F. Movius city engi neer, S. ). Quammen. Society News Annual Convention to Open Today in Mandan A number of the ctpit.ol city wo men, members of the 'A'oiv.cn's For eign A?!33'c:i.uy soe'rty of the Mc Cabe .Methoukt Episcopal church are interested in the ?ixth annual meeting of the Bismarck district of the Wom en's Foreign Missionary society, convenes this morning in tlit? Mend,-in church. Amo'ii? those fjom this city who will take a:i :icti/e part in tlio meetings are Mrs. E. L'. (Joss. Mrs. George E. Wal'ace. Mrs .J M. Taylor, Mrs. \Y. J. Hutc3 esou, .M rs. George G. Moore, and others. Mrs. Hutcheson will give a talk on 'How to Conduct a Kings Heralds" meeting. The local members of the Heralds will also attend and will as sist Mrs. Hutcheson. A special feature of the program will be the singing duet by the Misses Ruthella and Esther Taylor of the city and a dialogue entitled "The Little Maid Who Went Into All the World, by Pauline Lobach and Jose phine Fogarty, also of this city. There will be morning, afternoon and evening sessions today and morn ing and afternoon sessions Friday. Birth of Son. Announcement has been made of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. E. Kitchel Allensworth of Seventh street. Guild Meeting. Miss Elizabeth Remington will be hostess Friday afternoon at her home in Seventh street, to the first and sec ond divisions of St. Elizabeth's Guild of St. George's Episcopal church. Birth Announced. The birth of a daughter to Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Proehl of Sixth street, Wednesday noon, has been announc ed. Mother and daughter are doing nicely. Rev. Proehl is pastor of the German Lutheran church. Musical Club Meeting. The Thursday Musical club will meet this afternoon with Mrs. J. P. French at her home in Rosser street, he lifo and works of Robert: Shuman will be studied and the program will be featured by vocal, piano and vio lin solos. Cafeteria Supper. The regular work and business meet ing of the Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church will be held this afternoon in the church chapel. The meeting will be featured by a cafe teria supper, which will be opened to the public. is Returns After Visit. Howard Preston and 1'at Murphy, who have been'tlie guests of the for mer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. 10. Preston of Thayer street, have return ed to their homes in Fargo. Mrs. Howard Preston and children will re main in the'city for sonic time as the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. Preston. To Attend Convention. Miss 'Lillian Topping, superintend ent of the-Florence Crittenton home in Fargo, has been chosen by IK" board of that institution' as delegate to the convention of the Correction and Charities, to be liel.l in Indianap olis. May 8 to 17. Other delegates from North Dakota are Mrs. Frank Tha wMMtarful "Suiday Moniag Bath' ii What Does Your Food Cost? You could easily spend two dollars for a meal and not get as much real, body-building nutri ment as you get in two Shredded Wheat Biscuits, the food that contains all the musclermaking material in the whole wheat grain pre pared in a digestible form. Two Shredded Wheat iscuits with milk or cream ill make a complete, per fect meal, at a cost of not over five cents. A food for youngsters and grown-ups. Eat it for breakfast with milk or cream eat it for luncheon with fresh berries or other fruits. Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y. White and Mrs. Pearl L'lough of Grand Forks. To Leave For West. Miss Ruth Danford of Ninth street, expects to leave today for Livingston, .Mont., where she will spend a short time before going to the Paciiic coast. She will be joined shortly by her father. Rev. S. A. Danford, who is in the city for a short stay. Miss Dan ford is recovering from an illness. For Recent Bride, Mrs. R. it. Muntz and Mrs. Prico Owens were joint hostesses yester day afternoon i.i the home of the home of the former in Washington, at an informal afternoon party given in honor of M:". W. S. Wiese, wife of Dr. Wiese. who is a bride of last month. Eigh'.ci'ii Quests attended and the aflenuti. was spent in a social pastime. Returns From Visit. Mrs. R. C. Ilattey and son of First street, returned yesterday front an extended visit with relatives in Mon tana. They were guests of Mrs. Hat toy's sister, Mrs. I-lani ill on in Living ston and her mother, Mrs. Russell and sister, Mrs. (ioddard in Billings, while in the wesl. They were accompan ied by Air. lialiey, who joined them a few weeks ago. Conccrt Date Changed. A change lias been made in tin- dale for Ihe concert of '.Myrna Sharlow, the .North Dakota prima donna so prano, front Saturday evening, May K, to Friday evening. .May 12, in the Auditorium. This concert will In given under I he auspices of the I'e gree of Honor, A. (). D. W., as a benefit for tlie collage fund of Ihe stale tuberculosis sanitarium, and promises to be one of Ihe most at tractive musical events of the month. Entertains at Tea. .Mrs. \\". II. iHodenstab was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home in '.Mandan avenue at a reception and tea given as a benefit for the Eighth district of the Federation Endowment fund. The hostess received alone, but. was assisted at the tea table by iMrs. W. 10. Lahr and '.Mrs. T. R. Atkin son. Mrs. F. L. Conklin and Mrs. 0. A. Uawlings presided in the dining room. 'White tulips were used in the appointments and the hours were from o'clock to 5:00. The guests included members of Ihe Monday club and each member brought two guests. Entertains For Daughter. 'Mrs. 0. Ii. Short entertained yes terday afternoon at her home in Washington avenue at. a prettily ap pointed children's party in honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of her daughter Mae Belle. Twelve of the young honor guests attended and llic afternoon was spent in children's games. A birthday luncheon was served and a large birthday cake, or- Today 2:30, 5c-10c nainenlcd by siv miniature candlrs. A color scheme of pink and while was used in Ihe appointments and pink and while baskets tilled with candy were given as favors. Utile Miss Mae l.clle was the recipient of nianv heauliful gifts. The hours were from ri'.O o'clock, to. (J 0U. Woman's Club Meeting. The Current 10vents club held the lasl meeting of the year yesterday afternoon, Willi Mrs. Alfred Zuger at her home in West Thayer street. The study of South America was con tinued and Chile was the country FEEL Y0UN6! It's Or. Edwards' Olive Tablets For You! Bewarft of tho habit of constipation. It develops from just. a. Cw constipated days, unless you take yourself in band. Coax the jaded bowel liiuSctfs back to normal action with Dr. Edwards' Olivo Tablets, the substitute for calomel. Don't force them to unnatural action with severe medicines or by merely Hushing out tlie intestines with nasty, sickening cathartics. Dr. Kdwards believes in gentleness, persistency and Nature's assistance. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets open tlie bowels: their action is pintle, yet posi tive. There is never any pain or uripins when lJr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are used. Just tho kind of treatment old persons should have. Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets are a veg etable compound mixed with nlivp oil, you will know them by tln-lr olive, color. Take one or two occasionally and have iv trouble with your liver, bowels or stomach. 10c and l!"e per box. All dniKKifts. The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O. GRAND THEATRE The Home of Paramount and Triangle Photo Plays The World's Greatest Screen Offerings THE SIGN OF THE CROSS DPJI/IPMRPD We Play the Greatest and Most fVE/TlOVlDdV ELABORATE FEATURES i-DAY=1 PRICE=ONLY Special Showing of Oriental Rugs We are pleased to announce to our customers that we have again been able to secure the services of Mr. Hapip, with a complete line of beautiful Oriental Rugs. Owing to the European war, ORIENTAL RUGS are almost off the market except at UNUSUALLY HIGH PRICES. Mr. Hapip's line will be offered at the OLD PRICES, which are fully 35 per cent, under those of the present market. People who contemplate buying new Rugs this Spring, should consider that an ORIENTAL Rug will practically WEAR FOREVER and that they are an invest* ment, rather than an expenditure—being that they are almost off the market and cannot be procured at the old prices until at least several years after the war. Mr. Hapip will display his line in our Furniture Department the rest of this week. HE WILL GLADLY SHOW YOU HIS SPLENDID ASSORTMENT, even though you do not wish to consider a purchase. A. W. Lucas Co. studied. Interesting paper were read In Mrs. .1. A. Larson on "Soiilh American Countries As Tltey Are To day," 'Mrs. .1. (!. .Moore on "Chile The Knd of the Continent," and Mrs. W. .1. Hutcheson oil "New l'armer's Wife." A general discussion on what was gained from the study of Soitlii America followed these paper.-'. Vari ous bepelits of the I'anauia canal were given as responses and the roll call was responded lo by current events. Mrs. .1. (!. Moore ami Mrs. Zuger were appointed delegates lo Ihe Kighth dis trict meeting of the Federation of Won en's Clubs, which will be held Ci -J ci C.V Tonight 7:30-8:45,10c-15c FIVE in .lanie-down. May Ml-11. The meet itm was largely attended by the mem bers and two associate members, 'Mrs. Andrew Miller and .Mrs. Joh.ii An drews, were quests. A social hour fol lowed the program and- Mrs. Zuger as assisted in serving luncheon by Mrs. I!. I'\ Tiilotson. Johnson's l'ynular Priced Store. While attempting lo close the stortn door on the hotel,. P. N. IJndseth, grabbed lor the door but it swung back and l'efe drove his hand through a window, cut tine it severely. &(e Power behind the dough You may use an old favorite recipe and the best of materials and make it carefully, the oven may be just right, yet you will have a failure if "The Power behind the Dough" is not the right one to leaven itproperiy and make it light, digestible, wholesome. Good baking without good baking powder is out of the queatioo. Baking Powder hat wonderful leavening power, and the double actioa —in the bowl and in the oven—makes good result* doubly certain. Take no chancei of failure—u$e and have "good luck" every time. At all Grocers. Phone ./"N 380