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MONDAY, DEC. 11, 1916.
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SOCIETY
Capital Gub To Give
First of Series Wednesday
The Capital Dance club, compose*
of a number of the most representa­
tive young men of the city, will give
the first of a series of six dances Wed­
nesday evening in Patterson hall. The
affair will be one of the most interest­
ing society events of the week and the
quests will include the younger dan
cing set. O'Connor's orchestra will
furnish the music.
Visiting in Minnesota.
Mrs. Fred Peterson of the Grand
Pacific has gone to St. Cloud, Minn,,
where she will visit her sister for
gome time. Later she will go tr
Sauk Center to visit her parents be­
fore returning home.
Assists on Program.
'Mrs. John A. Larson of Sixth street,
assisted in the special musical pro­
gram which was held in the Wash­
burn Congregational church Sunday
evening. Mrs. Larson and son, Rob
ers, were entertained while there by
Miss Lu Satteriund of the Washburn
Leader.
Returns From Visit.
Mr. and Mrs. A'. S. Rudd of Sev­
enth street, returned during the week­
end from Aberdeen, S. D„ where they
spent the Thanksgiving vacation with
their daughter,' Mrs. A. A.'Pickler.
Miss Ida. Rudd, who was also a guest
of Mrs. Pickler, returned the first
part of the weekk.
To Elect Officers.
A regular meeting of the 'Royal
Neighbors will be held Tuesday even­
ing in the Knights of Pythias hall.
The election of officers, which was
postponed from the last meeting, will
take place and' a class of candidates
will be initiated. The meeting will be
called at 8 o'clock.
Musical Club Meeting.
The Thursday Musical club will
meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
William V. Kiebert at her home in
•Fourth street. "Modern American
Composers" will be the subject stud-
ed and Miss Helen Fisk will be the
Miss Clara Tatley will give
a review of the following American
composers: Chadwick, Danza, Park­
er and Hadley. Among those to- pre­
set the program will be Mrs. E. H. L.
Vesperman, Mrs. Arthur Bauer, Mrs.
J. A. Haney, Mrs. Kiebert, Mrs. F. E.
Luehe. Mrs. H. H. Steele and Mrs.
Fred Graham.
!eader.
P. E. O. 'Luncheon.
The' P. 'E. O. Sisterhood gave a pott,
,. hjck luncheon at noon today in the
home of Mrs. iPliilip Meyer in Fourth
street. The guest list included only
members of the sisterhood and covers
were laid for Mrs. A. A. Bruce, Mrs.
'Minnie Clark *Budlong, Mrs. H. &
JJobler.Mrs. J. P. French, Mrs. S. F.
Hollingsworth, Mrs. F. Harris, Mrs.
A. Harris, Mrs. N1. C. Kirk, 'Mrs. Wil­
liam V. Kiebert, Mrs. Meyer, Mrs. 1.,.
E. Opdyke, Mrs. F. It. Sriiyth, Mrs.
C. L. Young. Following the lunclioon.
Mrs. Bruce entertained by a review of
birds in poetry and prose.
Holmboe Studio
FRITH.JOF HOLMBOE
Photographer
PHONE 264
Christmas 1916
Your friends can
buy anything you
can give them—
except your pho­
tograph.
ONLY
I
13 DAYS LEFT
MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENT
TODAY
PICTURES WILL BE FINISH­
ED FOR CHRISTMAS
Caorie (Man
9 Mont
lit in
New Y«d
7 Months in
Chkace'
6 Months in
Boston
10 BIG SCENES
COMPANY
A Lav* Starr
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Mrs. Winter Issues
Interesting Booklet
Mrs. Thomas G. Winters of Minne­
apolis, chairman of the literary and li­
brary extension committee of the
General Federation of Women's Clubs
of the United States, has just publish­
ed a booklet entitled1* "Modern Ten­
dencies and Topics." Mrs. Winter's
work will attract a good deal of in­
terest from the club women of North
Dakota, as well as in the other states.
Mrs. Winters was one of the princi­
pal speakers at the State Federation
of Women's Clubs held this fall In
Valley City, In speaking of her book­
let she says "The books suggested
are not technic^) and are not intend­
ed to emphasize the scientific stand
point, but rather to relate to results of
modern research to all questions we
are ow asking."
Entertaining Visiting Guest.
Miss Susanna Peterson, who has
just returned to the city from Painted
Woods, where she was the guest of
her mother, is being entertained bj
Miss Katherine Naughton.
Visiting Sister Here.
Mrs. Edward V. iLahr of Thayer
street is entertaining as her guests
her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and
Mrs. George .McFariand of Oneida,
Kan. Mr. and Mrs. McFariand will
remain in the city for about a ten
day visit.
Entertains at Dinner.
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Doll entertained'
a number of their friends yesterday
afternoon at dinner at their Home in
Fourth street. The .guests included
•Mr. and Mrs. J. J. White, Ted Man­
ning, D. iR. Bonnell, Chris Martin, A.
E. Brink and Harry Stasek.
Dime Social Postponed.
The dime social onnounced by the
Degree, of Honor for Tuesday after­
noon has been postponed until Thurs­
day afternoon and will be held in the
home of Mrs. Charles Schevler in
First street. An interesting program
of amusements has been arranged.
Church Society Notes.
The Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the McCabe Methodist
church will be entertained Tuesday
afternoon by Mrs. Woodmansee at her
home in Fifth street. The meeting
will be called at .3 o'clock and all
women of the congregation are asked
to attend.
The Standard Bearers of the Mc­
Cabe Methodist Episcopal church met
Saturday evening with Miss Pauline
Lobach at her home in Third street.
An interesting program was givfen by
the various members under t|te lead­
ership of Mrs. F. H. ^Register.
A special business meeting of the
Ladies Aid society of the Presbyteri­
an church wil) .be, feeld* Thijr^day, af­
ternoon in the church-chapel. The
hospital division of the toadies Aid
society of the same bhurch will meet
Thursday afternoon with 'Mrs. C. L.
Young at her home in Avenue IB.
YOUNG IIP BUILDERS
GIVE ANNUAL DINNER
Members of the Ariel club, compos­
ed of Edwin and Herndon Taylor,
Charles Burke, Robert George, John
Lobach and Kenneth Allen, gave their
annual dinner last evening in the
home of the latter's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. G. B. Allen, in Fifth street. This
is the annual affair given by the boys
when their parents are guests and
last evening Mr. and Mrs. Allen, Mr.
and Mrs. E. J. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs.
H. S. Lobach, Mrs. E. T. Burke and
Mrs. J. L. George were present.
The boys have attracted much at­
tention by their reproduction of many
of the famous airship models. They
had on exhibition last evening five
of the latest models including the
new Nieuport speed model which was
made famous by Verndeon in his 109
miles flight in Chicago the new Cur
tiss tractor biplane which was used
by Victor Carlstrom for his flight
from Chicago to Erie the Antionette
monoplane, invested by Lavanseur
and .used by Herbert Nathan for his
first flight across the English chan­
nel the Bleroit No. 11, a two-passen­
ger model which won the great race
across the English channel July 27,
1909. They also had other models of
various macihnery made from the er­
ector pieces. The above models meas­
ured from 4 to 5 feet across and were
perfectly constructed. Edwin Taylor
was honored recently by having one
of his models reproduced in a book
published by the Erector company.
The boys hold their work meeting
each Friday at the Allen Home where
they have a complete work shop.
O N I is a
AUDITORIUM
William Elliot,
F. Ray Comatock
and
MmrteGoat THE FAMOUS NEW
^THE MOST
WONDERFUL PLAY
IN AMERICA
YORK-BOSTON COM-
PANY PLAPS HERE DI­
RECT FROM NINE
MONTHS IN NEW YORK
AND FIVE MONTHS IN
BOSTON
THE BEWITCHING
BEAUTY OF THE CAP­
TIVATING LADIES OF
THIS ORGANIZATION
HAS SET A NEW
STANDARD OF GIRLISH
LOVINESS FOR
THE STAGE
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jfPIVQLITYl
THE GREATEST ATTRACTION EVER ANNOUNCED FOR
THIS CITY. .PRICE3: 50c to |2.00
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
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RECEIVED
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Stupendous Attraction Comes to
Bismarck From Duluth—Will
Leave On Special for Billings
Traveling across the width of Min­
nesota and half way through the state
of North Dakota, the 82 characters in
"Experience" which plays a one-night',
engagement at the Auditorium this
evening, reached Bismarck ths after­
noon from Duluth. On a special train
the company leaves tomorrow morn­
ing for Billings.
The long-waited appearance of "Ex­
perience," the modern morality dhima
—the ftlay that tells the eternal story
of Youth, his trials, troubles arid
temptations when he goes forth into
the big world—has reached the Capi­
tal City.. The advance sale as report­
ed by Manager Vesperman assures
one of the biggest houses of the sea­
son.
"Experience" is a big, gorgeous,
glittering drama of life showing in
10 widely contrasting scenes a vivid
story of pleasures, hopes, ambitions,
tragedies, reverses and successes.
Modern muic plays a fascinating
and delightful part in the play, which
ran nine months New York, five
months in Boston and seven months
in Chicago.
Mr. WhCte Gives Stag
PQpty in Honor of Son
J. J. White of the White Confec­
tionery and one of the most promi­
nent young business men of the city
entertained 'Saturday evening at the
McKenzie hotel sixty of his men
friends at a pig roast. The affair was
in honor of his three months' old
son, .Jerome White, and was one of
the largest events of its kind held in
the Capital City for some time.
Toasts were given by Judge J. C.
Fisk and Secretary of State Thomas
Hall. The guests included represent
ative professional and business men
of the city.
Opens Branch of Old
Established House Here
Irving Vivian has opened a branch
office for the H. J. Vivian & Company,
custom tailors of Calumet, Mich., and
Chicago, in the Haggart building in
Third and Broadway.
Mr. Vivian, who is a son of H. J.
Vivian, the proprietor, has been in the
Capital City since October as repre-
With the Fingers!
Says Corns Lift Out
Without Any Pain
Sore corns, hard corns, soft coma or
any kind of a corn can shortly be
lifted right out with the lingers If you
will apply directly upon the corn a few
drops of freezone, aaya a Cincinnati
authority.
It is claimed that at small cost'one
can get a quarter of an ounce of frees
one at any drug store, which is suffi­
cient to rid one's feet of every corn
or callus without pain or soreness or
the danger of infection.
This new drug is an ether compound,
and while sticky, dries .the moment it
is applied and does not inflame or even
irritate the surrounding tissue.
This announcement will Interest
•nanjr women here, for It Is said that
the present high-heel footwear Is pat­
ting cons on practically ever
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
TOM BECOFES TOM THE TERRIBLE.
W«,NOD ARE MP.LA DIPPE
VOU IM THE ACT!
JUMP TO FILL
ENGAGEIENT HERE
'EXPERIENGE' ARRIVES
STF?LKE
HOME.
VIRECkEfe- ICAfettT
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senetative of this linn, which is one
of the oldest and best established bus­
iness houses in the upper peninsula
of Michigan. It was established in
1878.
Mr. Vivian is well known here as lie
was formerly city editor of the Bis­
marck Tribune, and during his con­
nection with the paper made a host
of friends.
CountyTeachers
Pass Examinations
The followig teachers successfully
pased the teachers' examination
which was conducted recently by
Supt. C. L. Vigness and his deputy,
Mrs. Nell Evaitts, in the Regan
school and the dourt house, respect­
ively. First grade: Esther Gngstrom,
Sterling, teacher in the White district,
and Emma Bolmier of Brittin,' teacher
in the Logan district second gradg:
Clara L. Nelson, Driflcoll. teacher in
the Christiania district Elsie I. Bac­
on, 'Baldwin, teacher iti1 the Croft dis­
trict Jesse Meyer, Wilton, teacher
of the Hawkeye district Marie Mc
Cormick, Baldwin, teacher in the
Croft district Robert J. Anderson,
Wing, teacher in the Lindeti district
Ray W. Slater, Wing, teacher in the
Richmond district Mrs, Alice Bon
che, Regan, teacher in the Highland
district Nat Sahlstrom, Wilton,
teacher in the Grass Lake district
Ruth Schmidt, Baldwin, teacher in
the Cromwell district Otto Knutson,
W lton, teacher in the Iowa district
Edmond Holm berg, Wing, teacher in
the Phoenix district.
Regimental Nicknames.
Many of the British regiments beat
as ah. inheritance of earlier service in
other wars nicknames which may car*
ry a significance not always relished
by their rank and file. Among these,
as named by French journal, are the
Sixteenth infantry, called "the peace­
ful." becnuse upon Its flnff does not
appear the name of a single battle
the soldiers of the Norfolk regiment
are known as "Saints," because dur­
ing the war in Spain, in the time of
Napoleon, the members are said to
have sold their Bibles and bought spir­
ituous liquors with the proceHs. The
fusileers of the Second Royal West
Surrey were called "Sleepers^ because
at the battle of Almeida this regiment
was surprised by night attack. A
Gloucestershire regiment hears the
title of "the Scars," and the Seven­
teenth Lancers was honored by King
William IV of England 'with the title
of "the Dandies." The Seventy-sixth
regiment had originally upon its (lag
an elephant, but this was si 'indlj
drawn as to suggest the companions
of Saint Anthony, and the members
were called "the Pigs."
Read "High-Brow" Books.
Had these days been of the old, lol»
urely ante-1914 type we would proba­
bly have had a controversy on the se­
lection of books most suitable for
reading on an ice-bound island ic the
Antarctic in the intervals of frostbite.
The library of Elephant Island shrws
that at.least the mental and spiritual
sides of Shackletoa's party were well
catered for:
The Bible. I
The Encyclopedia Britaaaic*.
Browning.
Carlyle's "French Revolution."
Bacon's Essays.
Both Bacon and Browning have a
culinary suggestion that could not but
be comforting after a prolonged diet
of limpets and seaweedand the En­
cyclopedia Britacnica Eaajr fairly b«
described as filling. He will be a hold
man who will venture, on their return,
to engage qny of the stranded party in
general conversation oa subjects
down, aay, to the letter D.—Londoi
Chronicle.
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RESIGNATION IS ACCEPTED
Dr. MacLachlan Gets Word From Ad­
jutant Henrp That President
Wilson Acts On 'Resignation.
Adjutant T. S. Henry of the First
North Dakota Infantry, encamped at
Mercedes, Texas, wir6d Dr. T. M. Mac
Lachlan of Bismarck today, tiiat the
•physician's resignation as captain of
the North Dakota First Infantry Med­
ical corps has been accepted by the
president.
When seen this morning sit the of­
fice, Dr. McLachlan did not disciosc
the reason for his resignation. He
has served as captain of the mcdicai
corps about five months.
SULLY PASSED THROUGH
BADLANDS IN 64, SAYS
VETERAN INDIAN FIGHTER
One of The Tribune's interesting
Medora letters recently contained a
statement with regard to the early In­
dian campaigns in the Bad Lands
which is taken exceptions to by S. F.
Adair, now of West Branch, la., a for­
mer member of Co. L, Seventh Iowa
cavalry. In a letter to The Tribune,
Mr. Adair says:
"Do the readers of The Tribune
know that General Sully, with his
army, passed through the Bad Lands
in 1864, notwithstanding Mr. Foley's
statement to the contrary?
"The write!1 was a member of that
expedition. We were the first white
men that passed through the Bad
Lands. It took us three days to go
through and reach the Yellowstone
river, forty miles above old Fort
Union, now Fort Buford."
THE COUPLE HAS OUR SYMPATHY
Towner News-Tribune: The village
cut-up got Editor Morrison of the Up
ham Star to record a birth last week
that didn't happen.
CHICHESTER S PILLS
I'llla in
Kti
and «M4
t«»es. sealed with Blue Ribbon. ®r
Bit y—y
VranMi AskforCln«Cm5lTEM'
mSWortn KRABfWPILL#
years known as Best*
Safest, Always Refiabta
SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
The McConkey Com.
Co.
QuoUs priCM as follows:
Standard Canned Corn, 2 for. 25c
You know corn has gone way
up, so this is an extra low price.
Waldorf Brand Corn, each... 15c
Waldorf Brand Maine Corn, 2
for 35c
Plum Pudding, something extra
nice, per case 35c
Celery, 2 large stocks for 25c
Head Lettuce, large heads,...
each 10c
Valencia Oranges, per doz 25c
Navel Oranges, good size, per
doz 40c
Seeded Raisins, 16 oz. packagees,
2 for 25c
Sweet Potatoes, 3 1-2 lbs 25c
Fancy Full Cream Cheese, ner
lb 35c
Come in and look over our 10c,
15c and 25c table articles too
numerous to mention.
Hipn Washing Powder, 6 for 25c
This is an extra good bargain.
Canned Kraut, No. 3 size, each 15c
On present market this is less
than cost.
PHONE NO. 209
Sale and Exhibit of
Fine Furs
Moon and
Ice King in
Big Night
TOMORROW
Thousands of Dollars worth of Rich, Fascintaing, Luxurious
Furs will be on display.
You are most cordially invited. Come whether you are in­
terested or not. We will appreciate your presence.
Commencing Tuesday, December 12th, our store will be open
evenings until Christmas.
9 9
Yep, It Was Cold and Tender Ears
Suffered, But Did You See
Moon Play Capers?
UNUSUAL PHENOMENON IN
THE HEAVENS LAST NIGHT
'Light Crosses," "Light Pillars,"
and Mock Moons Made Winter
Heavens Beautiful
Bismarck felt a
draft last night.
Just a little more
coal was stuffed
into the furnace
and just .a few
more I
were brought in
from out of doors
in id
where coal stoves
still survive.
Yep, it was
cold last night! Many tender cars
were bait for the Frost King. And lie
took big bites, too. it was 10 below.
That was the lowest last night. How­
ever, there was a brisk ascent of tli?
mercury when Old Sol came out •hi
morning. At noon the temperature
was 4 above.
Prince Albert 24 Below.
Prince Albert and Swift Current,
Canadian points, reported 24 below as
the lowest last night Havre, IS be
low Kdmonton, 14, and Williston, ti
below. At Moorhead it was 4 ahove
and at Winnipeg, zero.
"Partly cloudy tonight and Tues­
day, with continued cold," is the wea­
ther forecast for Bismarck and vicin­
ity as issued this morning.
Moon Plays Capers.
While the Frost King was "cutting
up" last night, the moon was also
playing capers in the winter heavens,
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for she presented an unusual phenom­
enon about 7 o'clock. This phenome­
non, according to Forecaster Roberts,
is termed in meteorology "light cross­
es" and is of rare occurrence.
The "cross" last night was particu­
larly brilliant from :30 to 7 o'clock.
At 7 o'clock, the horizontal bar of
the cross faded, leaving only the
verical portion. This in meteorology
is termed "light pillar." There were
also mock moons, the one to the north
of the moon being exceptionally
bright.
Low Pressure in Northwest.
A low pressure prevails in the ex­
treme northwest, while over the
Rocky mountain states an area of
high pressure is central. The east
ward movement of this high will re­
sult in partly cloudy and continued
cold weather tonight and Tuesday.
HUMPHREYS'
Humphreys' Homeopathic Remedies are
designed to meet the needs of families
or invalids, something that mother, father,
nurse or invalid can take or give to meet
the need of the moment. Have been in use
for over Sixx*
YEAB3.
No. fOR
1 Fever*. Congestions, Inflammation* JS
Worms. Worm Fever 2*
3 Colic, Crying ami Wakefulness
ot
tnterfJ.2S
4 ninrrhen. of Children and Adults 36
7 Conghs, Colds, Bronchitis. 25
8 Toothache, Faccacho, Neuralgia 2ft
Headache, Sick Headache, Vertigo 28
10 Dvspepslfe Indigestion. Weak stomach 2.1
IS- Croup. IlMirse Cough, Laryngitis 2S
14 Erzema. Eruptions 25
15 Uheiimnllstii, Lumbago. 2.1
16 Fever and Ague, Malaria 5
IT Pile*. Blind or Meedlnir. F.xteraal,Internal.25
HI Catarrh, Influenza, Cold In Head ....25
SO
Whooping Cough
GREAT DOUBLE BILL SATURDAY MATINEE
MRS. W. F. CUSHING PRESENTS THE
LARGEST THWEIIN6 OPERATIC ORGANIZATION IN AMERICA
WITH TWENTY DISTINGUISHED EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN
OPERATIC SINGERS AND GRAND OPERA ORCHESTRA
Brilliant singing chorus, Superb Scenery and Costuming.
And Presenting upon a Metropolitan plane of excellence Fri­
day evening, Donizetti's 3 act Opera
"Lucia Di Lammermoor"
Saturday Matinee: (2 operas) "CAVALLERIA RUSTIC AN A"
and "PAGLIACCI ". Saturday evening: Verdi's massive
and spectacular
"Aida"
Introducing four different casts of leading artists.
PRICES: Single seats, $1, $1.50 and $2. SEASON WCKETO
(Best seats to all 3 operas), $5. OBTAINABLE NOW FROM
MRS. W. F. CUSHING. REGULAR SEAT SALE OPENS
TOMORROW, FINNEY'S DRUG STORE.
(Prompt attention to mail orders both from in and out of town)
25
21 Aalhma. Oppressed, Difficult Breathing 25
27 ninorders of the Kidneys 25
SO Urlnarv Incontinence 25
,11 Sore Throat. Quinsy 25
77 Grip, Grippe, La Grippe 25
SMd by druggists, or lent on receipt of prlet.
Meilloal Boole mailed free.
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William aud Ann Streets, Mew York.
wnc'n
YOU ASK FOR
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6 nORTAERH
AUDITORIUM
THE SEASON'S SUPREME MUSICAL-THEATRICAL
EVENT
Friday and Saturday
Dec. 15 and 16

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