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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1916.
The Jewelers and Opticians are on the watch for your business. We are wide awake to your needs and anxious to please you. We have had fifteen years experience in the jewelry busi ness ten years in the Optical business and are up to the min ute in service. Now is the time. Folsom's, opposite the post office is the placel Come in and give us a trial. NORWEGIAN YOUNG PEOPLE TO HOLD CONVENTION HERE Final arrangements have been made by members of the Trinity Lutheran church for the Young People's con vention, which will be held in the church, Seventh street and Avenue C, today and Monday. Representatives from all the Norwegian Lutheran churches from Driscoll on the east to Beach on the west will be in attend ance. A large chorus choir will pre sent a musical program of Norwegian and English numbers Monday even ing. Following is the program: SUNDAY. 10:30. a. m.—English Services, by Rev. F: J. SwensOn, Belfleld. 2:30 p. m.—Business Session. Pa per: "Organization," by Mr. G. N. Livdahl. Discussion. Temporary Or ganization. 4:00 p. m.—General Rehearsal. 7:30 p. m.—"Herren er min Hyrde" —Trinity Church Choir. Words of Welcome, by C. L. Vigness. Selec tion—M'anclan Choir. Paper: "The Best Method For Carrying on Young People's WOrk." Paper: "Difficul ties to He Overcome in Y. P. S. Work" —Miss Elsie Larson. "Great and Glo lrious"—Trinity Church Choir. Pa per: "Ungdommcn." Informal Re ception. Monday. 9:30 a. in.—Devotion. Paper: "Mis sionary Activities of the Y. P. S."— Miss Eva Hanson. Discussion. Pa per: "Christian Young Men." Dis cussion. sion. Paper: "Christian Young Men." Discussion. uBsiness Session: Per manent Organization Election of Of ficers. 11:00 a. m.—General Rehearsal. 2:30 p. m.—Seeing Bismarck. 8:00 p. m.—Concert—Joint Choirs. 1. Zions Vagter Haver Rosten—F. Nicolai. The Best One la Newbro's Herpicide Guaranteed by The Herpicide C*. Detroit, Mich SOLD EVERYWHERE 2. Alt Det Som Aande Har—Fr. Silcher. 3. O Saviour of the World—Sir John Goss. 4. Synger for Herren en Ny Sang— G. Wennerberg. 5. Kirken Den er et Gammelt Hus —'X. F. S. Grundtvig.x 6. Incline Thine Ear—Himmel-No vello. 7. Lofter, I Porte—Ch. W. V. Gluck 8. Fremmed Forladt of Arm—John Dahle. Praise Ye the Father—C. Gounod 10. God's Word is Our Inheritance —Luther. NOTICE. Fifteeen dollars will be paid for in formation leading to the arrest and conviction of boys or men molesting and destroying property. This menace must be stopped and I am taking this means of starting a campaign against these persons. By order of 2 Inside Facts ABOUT Beautiful Hair 1st—Care and atten tion are necessary. 2nd—A scalp prophy latic is necessary. Chief of Police Downing. A A Lenhart Drug Co., Special Agents Hallowe'en DancE Given by Ladies M. B. A. Drill Team, At PATTERSON'S HALL Tuesday Evening, Oct. 31 Everybody Cordially Invited TICKETS $1.00 Music by O'Connor's Orchestra RECEPTION FOR PASTOR AND WIFE MONDAY EVE One of the important events sched uled in church circles this week is the reception Monday evening in the First Presbyterian church (or the new pas tor, Rev. Harry C. Postlethwaite, Mrs. Postlethwaite and daughter, Miss Mar garet. A special musical program has been arranged to be presented by the Miss es Myers, pianists, Miss Dorothy Mc Farland, soprano, and George Hum phreys, bass. George A. Welch will preside and Rev. Bruce E. Jackson of the First Baptist church will wel come Rev. Postlethwaite and family in behalf of the various chruches in the city. N. B. Fitch will speak in behalf of the Presbyterian church congregation. Receiving with Rev. and Mrs. Pos tlethwaite and daughter will be the elders and wives, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodward, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Kee nan, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Jones, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Johnson. A special invitation is extended to the various city churches and friends of the church. The program will be gin at 8 o'clock. I CHURCH NOTICES I O CATHOLIC. 8:00 a. m.—First Mass, English ser mon. 9:15 a. m.—Second Mass, German sermon." 10:30 a. m.—High Mass, English sermon. 2:00 p. m.—Sunday School. 7:30—Evening Service and Bene diction. FATHER IIILTNER Pastor. ST. GEORGE'S. (Episcopal.) Morning services, 8:00 and 11:00. There will be no evening service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE. Corner of Fourth street and Av enue C. Sunday Service, 11:00 a. m. Sunday School, !!:4"» i. in. Wednesday evening, 8:00. A free reading room is open at the church every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, from 3:00 to 5:00 p. m. The public is cordially invited. M'CABE METHODIST. Two blocks north of the McKenzie Hotel. 10:30 a. m.—Sermon on "The Gifts From Above." 12:00j'nooh—Sunday School. C.IiOv p. m.—Epworth League. All young 'people are cordially invited to enjoy this 'meeting. 7:l}0—The service will be opened with a song service of old hymns. The pastor will preach on the "Supremacy of the Cross." All are invited. W. J. H'UTCHESON, D. D„ Minister. FIRST BAPTIST. Corner of Fourth street and Av enue 1.'. Bruce Edmund Jackson, Pastor. "The Friendly Church." Morning Worship at 10:30. The pastor Will continue the series of sermons, "The King's Highway," us ing as his thoine for this morning, "The Temptations of the Way." Sunday School at 12:00 m. Classes for all. Baraca class for young men. Christian Endeavor at (!:30 p. m. Every meeting is growing in interest. No better organization for a young man or young woman to join. Get in line tonight. The membership con test is just starting. Evening Worship at 7:30. The pas tor will deliver the second sermon in the series, "The Days of David," the subject being, "The Warrior." These Sunday evening services are proving not only popular, but interesting and helpful. Song service led by the cho rus choir under the direction of Mrs. C. C. Stein. Mrs. H. F. O'Hare will sing a solo. We cordially invite you to join in these services with us. Come and bring your friends. We are especial ly glad to welcome strangers. Our church is three blocks north of the Grand Pacific hotel. PRESBYTERIAN. Rev. H. C. Postlethwaite, pastor. Morning Worship, 10:30. Organ Prelude. Doxology. invocation. "Gloria Patria." Psalter: Selection 2. Hymn 4f» (1-2-4-5)—Mendebras. Srcjipture. Solo—"The Penitent"—Waler. Mr. Miller. Prayer. Offering. Offertory (Selected). Solo—"The Lord Is My Light"— Marsh. Miss Bayliss. Hymn 350 (1-4). Sermon Theme—"Paul's Ruling Passion." Hymn 387 (1-4-5-6). Benediction. Meditation. Postlude. Evening Worship, 7:30. Organ Prelude. Hymn 374 (1-2-3-5). Responsive Reading. Hymn No. 711 (1-2-4-5). Scripture Reading. Hymn 720). Prayer. Offertory. Special Music—Selected. Sermon Theme—"HlcJ'ng From God." Hymn 465. Benediction. Meditation. Organ Postlude. Chorus of 12 voices for evening ser vice. HEALTH QUESTIONS ANSWERED. L. A. L.—"I have tried for weeks to get my five-months-old son to drink water, hut he will not take it. What can I do Give him some orange juice in a spoon. Later give him water flavor ed with orange juice. Do not try to force him. Pie will drink in time. BtSMARCX DAILY TRIBUN1 GALLSTONES! Inflamation of Lining Their Prim ary Cause What are gall stones? Inflammation of the lining of the bile ducts in the liver or the lining of the gall sac la the primary cause of gall stones. will Here is the way in which the gall stones form: The mucous lining is irritated by a little colony or clump of germs and this causes the secreting of excess mucous, which coats over the clump of germs, and thus forms a foreign body in the gall sac. Cholestrin, a crystalline substance of the bile, is deposited upon the ni dus, and lime salts may also be depos ited upon the nidus in concentric lay ers, Sometimes the stone grows from the size of a grain of sand to that oI bird shot or peas. In some cases a do supply. FAMOUS PLAYERS LASKY MOROSCO Make Paramount paramount ipyou were asked who has the 11 Stars on Eatth, you would PARAMOUNT." stone haB been known to grow as big as a chestnut or pigeon's egg and 1111 ing the gall sac completely Paramount, Bluebird, Vitagraph and Kleine exclusively at the Bismarck Theatre Drinking plenty of water helps to prevent gall stones. The water makes the bile more solvent and less likely to deposit its elements upon a cluster of germs. "THE O ETERNAL QUESTION" The Great Petrova answers it at the Orpheum Theatre Next Tuesday The demand for the new 35 horse Buick four has been so enormous that neither the factory nor the dis tributors have dared to advertise its sale. It is not even possible to get a newspaper cut of this model from the head office. Our allotment is set at a definite figure, and we will not be able to get a single car additional. You well to get your order placed now. We believe that by spring we will have sold in advance our entire Corwin Motor Co. Bismarck, N. 0. greatest have to ou were asKea what program regularly shows the biggest, the most sumptuous photo plays on Earth, you would have to reply, "PARAMOUNT?" ou were asked what program is used by the largest number of theatres in this country, you would have to reply, "PARA MOUNT!" ou were asked what program is used by the FINEST picture theatres in all the leading cities of the country, you would have to reply "PARAMOUNT." ou were asked what theatres you at tend, what would you reply? ou don't see the Bismarck shows you are swindling yourself out of the best your money will buy. Perhaps one of the best preventa tive measures for one inclined to gall sac trouble is moderation in eating. Most gall stone victims are far over v/eight. Therefore, eat only enough to maintain your normal weight. Make it a point to see what your normal mil weight should be and then take care not to exceed it. A person inclined to gall sae trouble should also see that the body Is kept free from all waste matter. This, can best be done by proper diet—lest neat and more fresh fruit and vegetables— and by exercise and habit. Dodg&Brothers MOTORCAR Satisfying the demand which the good ness of the car creates is still our ona great problem. Dodge Brothers works are attain ing the proportions of a city in themselves, but the demand grows in excess of the expansion. It will pay you to visit us and examine this car. The gasoline consumption is un usually low. The tire mileage i3 unusually high. The price of the Touring Car or Road ster complete is $785 (f. o. b. Detroit.) Missouri Valley Motor Co. CARL PEDERSON, Mgr.