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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, N.D.) 1916-current, November 29, 1916, Image 3

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Hearts of Long Island Celery
Green iSea Turtle Aux Quenelles
Salted Almonds
Hot Mince Pie
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English Walnut. Cake'
McKensie Club Cheese
Assorted Fruits
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It is impohant lbr1^ and
practical economy for
"cveafjr
v* jiK '•,•5
housekeeper
to ask hersetf tfcis qtoettfonV'?:^:
"Do I prefer a purebafcing powder like
R6yri,tnacle 6fcre^jilM tartar ideriiredlroffi
grapes, cn* am I willing to iise a baking
powder made of alum or phosphate, both
derived
fronMRin^ral
sources?"f
The names of theningredients printed
on the label show whether the kind you
arenow using or
any brand-new or old,
thatmay W7Wffori
isagenuine 'Mani
of, taiHiir powder^ or merely a phosphate
or' aluifi tdmpound.
Royal Baking Powder contains no alum
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ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
New York
FEATO
if BtSlARGK THEATRE
"The Golden Chance," a Paramount
I picture_.ot atrlkiagjstrength andsplen
rdor, has been-secured for Thanksglv-
in^.day showing at the Bismarck
theater. Its story is' rich ini dramatic
material and replete with genuine
pathos. deacribeB In pictures of
superb b-eeuty and sublime simplicity
the crucifixion of a woman's ieart
Cleo Ridgely and Wallace Reid are
Btarred and, thelr work is in full ac
cord with the perfection ot the rest.
Instead of the usual starting time of
2:30 tjie matinee has been set for
S:00 o'clockr
8CENE f$g$tydU$ND DILL MUTUAL 8TA*'PRODUCTION, "A MIL
•^i'jp.ipp»lil|*^ INiFi(yE:pA^rs|ji»RODU.9ED BY AWEftl^N
Fint itkb ever styiiwii in Bis
ttarck at the 0q»hitom theafretonifht "difly Adv.
SPPvf
THANKSGIVING DINNER
Thursday, November 30,1916
Blue Points on Half Shell
^Broiled Lake Champlain Jumbo Frogs Lcga, Sauce Tartare
t*'"S-ili "i iSlice^Cucambeji
_Stlpreme of Black Sea Bass a la Grand Duke
t- Pomme dfe Duchess
PILGRIMS' PRIZB SQUABi STUPED AN& BRAISED, SUR CANAPE f-*
ROAST ALASKAN WHITE CUB BEAR WITH WILD RICE, WINE SAUCE
Pineapple Glace au iSabayon Hawaiian Island Candied ferns
BROILED BNGLISH GUINEA, HUNTER'S STYLE}
ROAST SUCKLING PIG WITH GRAZED APPLES
Hearth Baked'Potatoes California Asparagus Tips, Hollandalse
GRILLED FILLET MIGNONS A LA THANKSGIVING
Green Peas a la Creme
ROAST PLYMOUTH YOUNG TURKEY, STUFFED
Whipped Potatoes Cranberry'JellyBrussels Sprouts en Bechamel
ROAST PRIME RIBS OF EASTERN BEEF AU JUS
.ROMAN PUNCH l:
Salade Waldorf Astoria with Cream Dressing
Lettuce and Tomato Salad, Thousand Island Dressing
fakim/
Confections
Coffee
r.
Tea
Valley Apple Pie
Thanksgiving Plum Puddisg Brandy or Hard Sauce
Tutti Frutti Brick Ice Cream
12 TO 8 P. M., 1.00 RB PLATE
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1*7$•£&'5:33
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Dahlenberg and Weisenhutter, In
tired in Ant0&raitt'Accidefit'N
Yesterday, Will Live
Favorable reports were issued from
the Bismarck lic,apital this morning as
to- the1 sou4it.'oir of Seter Dahlenberg
and Herman Weiaenhutter, Steele
nleii who. riding in the Dahlenberg
machine, crashed into the mail car on
train No. 3, east ot the atatlon inthat
village, yes.'prday.mornlng.
The biiflietW stated that Welseit
hutter, whor suffers a fractured collar*,
bone .efcd fcoveiml broken ribs and in­
ternal injuries, Is "getting along quite
favorable." Dahlenberg was reoprted
"to be resting comfortably." He re­
gained .consciousness late yesterday
afternoon.
The accfdent occurred at 10:58 yfes
terday noon when -the- men, traveling
in a Ford car going about 30 miles an
hour. crashed into the roail coach of
the. Limited which, running between
20 and 25 miles an hotar, was slacken­
ing speed for the station- Dahlen­
berg a wett digger, who family lives
in Steele, was driving the car and was
evidently eontusfed when he saw the
Limited approaching. Weisenhutter
Is a fanner living about a fcalf mile
trott thetewn.
Botfc wer* pldMd «p and brought
hers te the baggage car and taken to
HOME FROM MINOT.
G. J. Johnson, state bank examiner,
has returnei from oAcial visit to
Minot, .,
tftringinenid by Biamarck
ences....
IQdney disease is tod d*n|(iie#v«o
Reelect. At the first sign of baekaehe,
headache, dluiness or urinary dis
orders, you should give .the weakened
kidneys prompt attentions Eat little
meat* take things: easier and use a
reliable kidney tonic. There's no oth­
er kidney medicine so well recoin
mended as Doan's Kidney Pills. Bis­
marck people rely on them. Hera's
one of the many statements from Bis
marck people.
N. M. Djanrot, carpenter, 511 Sev­
enth St., Bismrack, says: "I confirm
my former endrosement of. Doaa's
Kiteey Pills given tome years a0K
At ttiat time told Kow Doan's^Kif^
jke^ PltM had cured me of pain 1ii my
hack and other symptoms of kidney
complaint. I can now add that I have
been in good health since using this
iremedy." '%•. .a
Price 50c, at all dealers Don't sini
Wy asl?r iter a kidiiey remedy^gft
Doea's tttdney PUls^-the same that
cured Mr. Danrot. Foster-MUburn
Co., Props., Bottalo, N. Y.
Spanish Queen Olives.
Consomme-a la Americane
Cheese Dreams
Boston Pumpkin Pie
Old fasiioned Fruit Cake
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Toasted Water Crackers
v% JUxe^ Nuts
Layer Raisins
BuUermllk Jlilk
TRIBUHS
PIOHT FOR LIFE
^Fqnrsiore Bismarck, men today sub­
mitted to the lMtlng of-bitB of skin to
help llttl* ClarcMe :-»ejnrill in the
brave fight for Uffe whfch he is mak­
ing at the St Alexius hospital.
All were prominent young business
men of the city, whose modesty for­
bids the use of their names. They
volunteered gladly and cheerfully sub­
mitted to the loss, of the -small pieces
of cuticle required tropi each.
Patient Ooiitg Wall.
With cuticle from seven different
persons, slowly, but surely covering
his seared chest with a healthy
growth'of line, new skin.. Master Clar­
ence has passed-toe danger point and
is doing splendidly/ T£e akin which
has been: grafted over the raw flesh
which the flames left in their wake
is knitting nicely, and the burned
area, covering more than a third of
the lad's chest,.v -is slowly healing.
More skin cah be used with good re­
sults, and further voluntary offering^
will be thankfully received.
Thanka For the Public.
The surgeons in attendance, the
hospital and the nurses express their
gratitude to the pnblic for its quick
response to The Triuune's appeal. At
SirL°^t\ SJ of 18,lved'
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Mitiwoo at
At 3:30 o'clock Tuesday after­
noon the gas was turned into
the mains and was lit in the
stoves at our office
Fitters are now at work and it will only be a matter of a few
days when every one of our patrons will be ready to
If you are interested in using gas Phone 727 and have our
representative call upon you.
We will take pleasure in doing so.
Office Goner Broadway and Fifth
3
and
A big touring car for five people
PRESENT PRICES
SIX Cylin4T Touring Oar ......
Four Cylinder Roadster with Electric Lights
and Starter
Automobile manufacturers are increasing their prices
The judicious buyer will take advantage of the present scale
of prices
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Phone 75
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Bismarck. N. D,
o'clock
fm+,w.-Yr
1
Francos Bushman
Tomorrow1««i^ Paramount Pictures rnur*., •««. utn
Thanksgiving day has been Librettos of the Operas
w™»rck 25«
110 Main Street
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ShmoiA is
Frwwt E^nlif rt 7:l»
an exceptional feature of jab^oi^in interest entitled
Reid
SATUR0AY-
Yiolot Mossoriau
Col. C. R. Meredith ot Killdeer
spent Tuesday in the Capital City
transacting business and calling-oil
friends.
SPECIAL
Table D'Hote
11:30 A.M. to9:30 P.M.
SEVENTY FIVE CENTS
(75c)
We Invite You s:: 1^!^. .=:
to come in and. have a real Thanksgiving- Dinner
THE5ESHINOLA
HOME SETS ARE.
CERTAINLY
mi
ANYBODY!
For All the Family—
There ai?e fe# things yon can bay
for ^e same money that will be
greater practical benefit or be more^
appreciated fhm a
8hmmAHome
For
Bene*
Set
Ofiee, Automobile or Trardlag Kit
The gsnuine bristle dauber and lsmb's wool
poli^r—in a neat box—make a most accept-"
abley yet inexpensive gift for anyone.:
Makes the care of shoes easy
made
of wax and oils is good for
shoes sheds moisture won't nib off or soil
garments in wet weather.
The handy, key-opening box prevents
broken and soiled fingers. Each box good
for over 50 shines! A few strokes produce a
brilliant, lasting shine.
Teach children neatness end economy. Habits of thrift
practiced sew will assure independence aod self-reliance
Ut#r*
Why not this Christmas?
Ask Eeafest
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AMERICA'S HOME SHOE POLISH
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