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8UWDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1918. Charmingly Appointed Tea Smart Society Event One of the smart society eventa of the week was the charmingly appoint ed tea given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Francis J. Murphy, Mrs. Henry J. Linde and Mrs. A. M- Christiansen in the home of the former in Fourth street. The Murphy home was artisti cally appointed in clusters of Russel roses, these blooms being used in all the lower rooms. A bowl of the Rus ael roses also adorned the tea table In the receiving line were Mrs. Mur phy, Mrs. Linde and Mrs. Baldwin, the latter taking the place of her daughter, Mrs. Christiansen, who was unable to attend on account of illnesB. Mrs. E. H. L. Vesperman and Mrs. F. S. Talcott poured, assisted by Mrs. T. C. Madden, Mrs. J. A. Haney, Mrs. William V. Kiebert, Miss Gllbertson. Miss Charlotte Vailaley, Miss 'Flor ence McPhee and Miss Annabelle Foas. The hours were from 3 o'clock to 6 and nearly one hundred guests attended. Visiting in Haielton. Mr. and Mrs. M. Lenhart of First street are spending the week end with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Lenhart of Hazelton. Here Over Sunday. Mrs. M. A. Lee of Fifth street is en tertaining over Sunday her sister-in law, Mrs. H. E. Lee, of Napoleon, and the tatter's mother, Mrs. Burdett, of Spokane, Wash. Jamestown Visitor Here. Miss Inez Atwood of Jamestown is being entertained for several days by Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Marks of Fourth street. Miss Atwood came here to attend "The Garden of Allah" at the Auditorium. Returns After Visit. Mrs. M. E. Burr and son, Morris Eugene Burr, Jr., who have been the guests of the former's sister, Mrs. Eric SundquisC, of Rosser street, for the last two months, returned to their home in Superior, Wis., Saturday. Hallowe'en Dancing Party. The Capital City Dancing club will give the third of the series of danc ing parties Wednesday evening, No vember 1, in Patterson hall. Hallow e'en appointments will be used and a special dance program is being ar ranged. Arrives For Extended Visit. Mrs. Elizabeth Geiermann of La Sueur, Minn., arrived in the city yes terday on No. 3 and will make an ex tended visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank GeiermaM of Second street, and Mr. and Mrs. James Halloran of Broad way. Mrs. Geiermann is a former res ident of the city and very well known here. O. E. 8. Hallowe'en Party. Members of the Mandan Order of the Eastern Star will hold a Hallow •-en party Monday evening, October SO. The invitations will be limited to Masons, wives and friends. Mrs. Procter Here. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodward of Sixth street are entertaining as their guest, the letter's aunt, Mrs. C. M. Proctor, of Stillwater. Mrs. Proctor stopped here enroute from an extend ed visit to the Pacific coast. To Begin 8eries of Ssrmons. Dr. W. J. Hutcheson of the Mc Cabe Methodist Episcopal church will commence a series of sermons on the meaning of the "New Jerusalem" this morning. They will feature each morning service until finished. Musical Club Notes. The Mandan Musical club will meet Monday evening with Miss Ethel Haight when the study of a number of the famous operas will be taken up R. R. Lutz will be the director and Miss Clara Thorberg will be the ac companist. A short business session will also be held. Arranging Hallowe'en Party. Members of the ladies' drill team of the Modern Brotherhood of Amer ica are making extensive arrange ments for their Hallowe'en party, which they will give Tuesday even ing, October 31, in Patterson hall. The fourteen members of the team compose the entertainment commit tee. For Mrs. Woodward. Mrs. F. E. Packard entertained yes terday afternoon at her home in Sev enth street at a prettily appointed party in honor of Mrs. E. B. Wood ward, who with Mr. Woodward, leaves the first of November for California to make their home. Fancy work was the diversion and the guests included eleven of Mrs. Woodward's intimate friends. Leaving For California. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gage, who have been spending some time here as the guests of their son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Young, of Fifth street^ will leave today on No. 4 foi Minneapolis and from there will re turn to their home In 8an Diego, Cal. Mr. and Mrs. Gage are pioneer resi dents of the Capital City and have many friends here. Mrs. Gage was ex tensively entertained during her visit here. Yesterday afternoon Mrs. Os- Our Display of Karpen Upholstered Furniture Is a Delight to the Eye and would be an everlasting pleasure to you and yours, should you fOrnish your home with it. This furniture has a "reputation" just as our Wbittat rugs, and certainly does "live up to" its reputation. In furnishing the Living room with Davenport, Chair and Bookers, upholstered in the velours or tapestries, we can sup ply yon with a nig to match any shade. The illustration in this advertisement shows yon we of the many KARPEN designs. We invite you to visit our furniture display rooms. They are very complete with every kind of furniture, in every grade, at a wide range of prices. car H. Will and Mrs. William Moore entertained jointly at a prettily ap pointed party in the home of Mrs. Will in Fourth street. Mrs. Young al so entertained at a series of bridge parties for her mother. Announces Entertainments. The entertainment committee of St. Elmo Lodge No. 4, has issued cards to its members announcing the social meetings for the season of 1916-17. The lodge has decided to devote the last meeting of each month to social entertainments consisting of four or lived ancing and card parties and oth er forms of amusements. The first of the series will be given in Castle hall Wednesday evening, October 25, dan cing and cards being the amusements. Receiving Many Donations. The women of the Presbyterian church in charge of the rummage sale, which they will conduct Thursday and Friday, Oetober 26-27, are receiving many donations which will make splendid articles for the sale. They are soliciting articles from members of the congregation and other friends and it is expected that this will be one of the largest rummage sales ever con ducted by them. The committee in charge of the sale are: Mrs. F. R. Smyth, Mrs. Robert Orr, Mrs. L. Van Hook, Mrs. Reld, Mrs. E. T. Burke, Mrs. C. B. Little, Mrs. F. A. Lahr and Mrs. F. L. Shuman. Club Notes for Week. The Monday club will be entertain ed Monday afternoon by Mrs. W. H. Bodenstab at her home in Mandan. avenue. "Political Science" will be the subject Btudied and the roll call will be responded to by names of great American statesmen. The Mothers club will meet Tues day afternoon with Mrs. W. C. Tay lor at her home in Fifth street. The Silk Hosiery Ask for "H-300" Gordon silk hose. Every pair FULLY GUARANTEED. We carry them in black, white and col ors. A pair $1.25. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE study of the opera will be continued and papers will be read on I Pagli acci, and Madame Butterfly. The Current Events club will be en tertained by Mrs. J. P. French at her home in Rosser street Wednesday af ternoon. The study of "Panama" will be continued and the papers will be featured by a revfew of the early his tory of the building of the canal. Re ports from, the annual fail meeting of the Federation of Women's Clubs will be given by Mrs. J. G. Moore and Mrs. G. R. Squire. The Fortnightly club will meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Geo. Will at her home in Third street. The meeting will be given over to reviews of the biennial convention which was held last spring in New Vork and the annual meeting of the state federa tion. Mrs. M. E. Budlong will report the biennial meeting. KIM 10 EVE COM! Ill NO). To help create a greater musical atmosphere in the Capital City and to aid financially the uight school, Mrs. W. F. Cushing is arranging to present a popular concert early in November, the program to be given by all local artists, except that of Carl Lent/, violinist of Milwaukee. Some of the very best musical talent of the city will appear on the program. Mr. Lentz has kindly consented to assist as soloist and is arranging a splendid program of favorite numbers. Another special feature will be the chorus number by a choral choir ot twenty-rfive voices under the direc tion of Mr. Lentz. This last feature will be one of the special attractions. 4 4 Utd Urd Tal/ Utd SUwi0 SitiM^r •••V Rounded hips—the gradual improvement of the waist line— the appearance of fullness at bust line—effect of shorter waist in tall figures, and longer waist in short figures—an extremely graceful side silhouette—a supported abdomen— and no pressure on the bodyanywhere are the immediate re sults accomplished by a Gossard for these two types. Ideal Tall and Short Heavy Figures MANY OF NOTED STARS TO APPEAR IN N. DAK, Lydia Lopokova Through the management of Mrs. W. F. Cushing of the city, many of the greatest musical stars will be pre sented during the fall and winter in North Dakota. The first attraction announced is Utd TtiBmm Models at $2.00, 13.50, 15.00, up to $25.00. Special Goasard models have been designed for these figures. They reduce hip lines from 2 to 6 inches—support full ab domens and reduce them—reduce flesh at diaphragm—confine weight at shoulders and upper back—give decided curve at waist line—confine weight at lower back. Models never ride up on the body and comfort is always assured. With elastic sections at side and back—elastics placed to assist confining thighs and upper limbs—give perfectly flat back line and ap pearance of greatly reduced weight. Models at 9&00. $3.50, $5,00, up to $25.00 SiSll iffi Jr Utd mnBmn 1M LmuAm Wmn HI "Better Films"--Beautiful Stars and Gossard Corsets What an interesting trio this is—"Better Pilms" having the "Companion" and "Triangle Films," as their sponsor, and "Beautiful Stars" deriving much of their charm from "Gossard Corsets." The lesions to be learned from movie Stars are endless. Here are women who depend wholly on their physical expression to entertain you. You see them in close up views and a mile or more away. You are mentally favoring or criticising their appearance, and they know this more than you do. When hundreds of Stars choose front-lacing Gossards in preference to all other corset3—and wear them day in and day out in the most strenuous work in which women engage—then you should ask yourself—"Why don't I select a Gossard for my own figure and enjoy the same comfort, style, and long wearing service these Stars enjoy? We contribute something to "Better Films" beause the best Stars are better when correctly corseted in a Gossard. It is with pride that we make our THIRTY-FIRST SEMI-ANNUAL ANNOUNCEMENT and PROCLAMATION OF AUTHORITATIVE CORSET STYLES FOR FALL AND WINTER, 1916-17 Wherever Gossard front-lacing Corsets are sold you can now see the new models for figure types. 8elect your figure above and read the paragraph written for you. Ideal Tall and Short Slender Figures Ideal Large Above Waist and Below Waist Line A. W. LUCAS CO. GOSSARD CORSETS Bismarck Infirmary of Osteopathy Drt. Bolton and Bolton, Physicians In Chargo All curable acute and chronic diseases successfully treated without drugs. Dr. M. Evangeline Bolton specializes in women and children's diseases and obstetrics. ELECTRIC BATHS IN CONNECTION Eppinger Block, Booms 1 to 5. Phone 240. Bismarck, N. D. the San Carlos Grand Opera compa ny, which will give four performances in the Capital City, December 1-5. The next attraction will be Serge de Diaghilelf's Ballet Russe, January 22, in the Fargo Auditorium. This great company of artists is presented in Fargo by arrangement with the Metropolitan Opera company of New York. Lydia Lopokova, premiere danseuse, is one of the greatest at tractions with the company. She came to America four years ago, as FOR CHRISTMAS "It's Not Too Early to Get Ready" YOUR friends can buy anything you can give them except YOUR PHOTOGRAPH BUTLER'S STUDIO 3111-2 MAIN STREET PHONE 248 AlivWIR littl Mm I CwmdSmk SknWmiui Large above waist—many models with special deep gores in from that lower bust—fullness at back to confine full shoulder blades—waist lines a trifle lower to suggest length and soft clasps at front top. Skirts of corsets are small to give very trim effect. For large below the waist types—longer skirts are provided stout elastic sections are used—materials are firm and beauti ful—lacing extends lower so that hips are reduced, regardless of present figure lines. Ideal Arched Back and Short Waisted Figures At $2.00, $3.50, $5.00, up to $25.00 Models to correct the arched back type have specially de signed backs—raise and reduce the abdomen—reduce lower back very perceptibly. Improper corseting with old style models is the principal cause of this figure. We improve thousands every year. For short waisted figures—special mode's that give long waist lines—low bust gores—elastic sections in skirt—long flat back lines, short clasps in front so that seated or standing your figure seems taller. Models for Both at $2.00, $3.50, $5.00, up to nvi a dancer, and her success was imme diate, her weekly salary offer being sometimes $400 to $600. But she de cided she wanted to become an ac tress and, after a short tour with a minor company, joined the above company. John McCormack will appear in Bismarck, March 5, and in Fargo, March 7. The New York Symphony Orchestra will also appear here in the spring, under Mrs. Cushing's man agement. Corset Fitting All corsets sold from our corset department will be fitted correctly and free of charge by a graduate from .the .Gos sard school of Corsetier. We earnestly solicit your patron age. All models shown above are fully represented is our corset department.