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SATURDAY, DEO. 23, 1919.
EUMM IUI rn sim The Birth of Christ To Be Cele brated in All the City Churches Splendl^ musical programs will fea ture the Christmas services next Sun day in the Capital City churches. The various choirs have prepared exten sive programs, which will include an thems, solos and Christmas carols. The ministers will tell the Christ mas story at both the morning and evening services. The church audi toriums will be especially appointed to carry out the Yuletide spirit. Presbyterian. The Presbyterian church quartet, composed of Elisabeth fiayliss, so prano Bessie Keenan, contralto W. L. Miller, tenor, and George Hum phreys, bass, will furnfsh the music for the morning service and a large chorus choir under the direction of Mrs. J. P. French, the evening serv ice. Miss Mabel Wright will preside at the organ during the morning ser vice and Miss Helen Fisk at the even ing. The programs follow: Morning Service. Organ Prelude—Christmas Greet-, lags—Merkel. Anthem—Sing, O Heavens—Tours. Quartet. Anthem-^The Birthday of a King— Neidlingef., Solo, Mr. Humphreys. Anthem—Star p( the Orient—Shel ly. Solo' and Obligato, Miss Bayliss. Offertory—silent Night—Gruber. .SplQr—Night of Nights—Van De Wa ter. 'Mr. Miller. Postlude—Christmas March—'Rein hard. 'Evening Service. Prelude—Selected—Parker. Solo—Selection from Oratorio Naz areth. Mr. Marquis. Anthem—I Bring You Good Tidings —MtePhall. Anthem—Beyond the Starry Skies —Wilson. Christmas Carol—The First Noel. Response—O Holy Child of Bethle hem—Wilson. Offertory—O, Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star—Wagner. Postlude—Pastorale—Liszt. M'CABE. At the McCabe Methodist episcopal church, a double quartet, under the direction of Mrs. John A. Larson, will -sing and during the evening service, a large chorus choir under the lead ership,, of C. B. Taylor. Lowell S. Vandever, baritone, will be the solo ist in the morning. The programs follow Morning Service. Anthem—Glory Be To God, Most High—iHeyser. Solo—Selected—Mr. Vandever. Anttietn—God So Loved the World, froin Stalner's Crucifixion. Cvening Service. -s Carol—In the Fields With Their flocks ^Abiding—farmer. Anthem—O Come All Ye Faithful— ^Farmer. Anthem—Christians, Awake, Salute the Happy Morn—Maunder. Solo, 'Mrs. C. B. Taylor. First Baptist. At the First Baptist church the morning music will be furnished by a double quartet and in the evening a large chorus choir under the direc tion of Mrs. C. C. Stein. The pro grams follow: Morning Service. Anthem—O Holy Night—Wilson. Solo—Selected—Mrs. Baldwin. Anthem—Hope's Guiding Star—Pe trie. Duet—How Sweet the Name of Je sus. Mr. and Mrs. Wessel. Evening 8ervicc. Response—King fn His Beauty. Anthem—Hark, the Herald Angels Sing—Fearis. Anthem—Blessed, Holy Night—Of fenbach-Shepherd. Trio—Hark, What Mean Those Ho ly Voices—Pierce. Mrs. Wessel, Miss Hoard and Mrs. Stein. ShckctUoiweffl Against Substitutes Ask For Gel the WofrKnowa Round Package CAIITIOH void S«b»Utut Solo—Selected. M*. Wessel. Response—Grace Bo Unto You—. Ramler. Quartet. I Lutheran Churches. At the Evangelical Lutheran church the Christmas program will be given Sunday evening, at 7:30. Rev.'It. Strutz will give a short talk on the! Christmas story and a large chorus choir under the direction of Ernest Stelber will sing. The children of the Sunday school will present the cantata, "Grandpa's Guards," by Pith in. The other musical numbers will include anthem numbers, Glory 1*1 the Highest and Come and Worship. I The Norwegian and. German Luth eran churches will observe Christtnas1sive Eve in a joint service at the Trinity! Lutheran church, beginning at 7:30.' Special musical numbers will feature I and in connection the children of the! Sunday school will give recitations and songs. The story of Christ's birth will be reclteA in the English, Nor wegian and German languages. Rev. Oluf H. Svore of the Trinity church and Rev. Frederick C. Proehl of the German church will make .addresses. A large chorus choir will furnish the music. A Christmas trie will also feature. The Swedish Lutheran' church has arranged an elaborate program for' the Sunday evening service. A large chorus choir under the direction of Miss Alfhiid Alfson will furnish the music, and the children of the Sun day school will give recitations and songs. A special service will be held Christmas morning at 6 o'clock In the church. One of the features of the Sunday evening service will be the large Christmas tree. St. Mary's. Midnight mass will be celebrated at St. Mary's Pro-Cathedral Christ mas Eve and an elaborate musical program has been arranged under the direction of Slater Anastasia of St. Mary's school. The program follows: Hark What Mean Those Holy Vole es ?—Neldlinger. Chorus. IntroH. Kyrie -Gloria—Zangl. Gradual. Credo—Zangl. Offertory. •. Vlderunt and Alleluia—Wets. Sanctus iBenedlctus Agnua Del— Zangl. Communion. The Herald of Heaven—Schnecker. Emmet Griffln. The following is the order of serv ice at St. Mary's for Christmas day: 12:00 a. m.—Solemn midnight mass at 12:00 a. m., by the pastor, assisted by deacon and sub-deacon. Immedi ately after this mass follows low mass, during which holy communion will 'be given. $:30—Mass and German sermon. 10:30—Pontifical high mass, 'by the Rt. Rev. Bishop, and sermon. 7:30 p. m.—'Vespers and Benedic tion. Everybody is invited. HORLICKS THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Mai* In the largest, beet equipped and Military Malted Milk plant Used IMLTIOMftftC* Christmas Choral Services in the METHODIST CHURCH 10:30 A. M. and 7:30 P. M. Sunday, Dec. 24 Dr. W. J. HUTCHINSON will preach IN the worM We do not make "milk product*"— Skim Milkt Condensed Milk, etc* AskForHORLICK'S THE ORIGINAL MALTED MILK Made from elcan« full-cream milk end the eztrect of select melted |rein( reduced to powder form, soluble in water. Best Food-Drink for All A|es* far avar a Qaarter a Ceatary Umloam yom say "HORUOITS" you may get a MafMMSk Package Homo CAPITAL CITY CHURCHES TO OBSERVE CHRISTMAS The Sunday School# Will Give Christinas Programs of Music and Recitations The various cnurches of the city are making elaborate preparations for the annual Christmas entertainments. Saturday evening the McCabe Metho dist Episcopal and First Baptist church Sunday schools will give their entertainments while the various Lutheran churches will observe it Sunday evening. The exercises at the Presbyterian church will be held Christinas evening. Christmas trees will feature and at the Evangelical Lutheran church the school will, give Fithin's cantata "Grandpa's Guards." At the Baptist church Rosche's cantata "Grandma's Christmas Eve" will be given and at the other churches, Christmas carols and recitations will feature. The Sunday school of St. George's Episcopal church are making exten plans for their entertainment which they will hold next Thursday evening In the Knights of Pythias hall. A large Christmas tree will be one of the chief attractions and an interest ing program will be given. McCabe Methodist. The entertainment at the McCabe church Is' under the direction of Mrs. J. G. Moore. The program will begin at 7:30 and is as follows: Processional. Chorus—"There's a Song in the Air" —By the Bchool. Prayer. Recitation "Welcome" Victor Howell. Chorus—"Jesus Loves the Children" —Beginners department. Recitation "A Gift" Madeline Cordner. Recitation—"Where the Sun Goes' —Lois Williams. Recitation—"Just a Little Speaker" —Robert Larson. Exercises—"On Jeeus' Birthday"— Miss Hagen's class. Recitation—"On Our Christmas Tree" —Laura Anderson, Song—"Dolly's Lullaby"—Primary girls. Exercise—"Christmas is Here"— Eight primary girls. Exercise—'"Christ the King of Kings"—Twelve boys. Recitation—"Why we Celebrate Christmas"—Ruth Little, Exercise—"The Christmas Tree"— Twelve primary scholars. Chorus—"Away In. a Manger"—Pri mary department. Exercise—"Gifts for the King"— Nine junior girls. Solo—"Sleep, Sweetly Sleep"—Jose phine Maynard. Exercise—"Christmas in Other Lands"—Five junior boyB. Song—"The Birthday of the King" —Tyler Kludt and John Hutcheson. Exercise—"Melodies of Christmas" —Junior girla Duett—"O Holy Night"—Misses Ruthella and Esther Taylor. Chorus—"Star of the Morning"— Young ladies. Christmas Pantomime in Costume— By ten girls. First Baptist. 4 The Baptist church has arranged an elaborate program for Saturday eve ning, when they will present Rosche's Christmas cantata, "Grandma's Christ mas Eve." The program follows: Hymn—''Joy to the World" School and Audience Scripture Reading Supt. W. E. Parsons Prayer .... Pastor B. E. Jackson Recitation Leonard Anderson Recitation Edith FJnwall Recitation Elizabeth Jackson Recitation Harold Dohn Recitation Barbara Jackson Recitation Fern Wallace Recitation Lyndol Shipley CANTATA. "Grandma's Christmas Eve." (By James. Rowe and G. F. Rosche) Cast of Characters. Mr. Wilson W. J. Freed Mrs. Wilson Esther Staley Harry Wilson .... William Newcomb Tom Wilson Gerald Williams Elsie Wilson Stella F'inwall Little Dot Wilson ... Edna Dean Best Grandma Wilson .. Mrs. H. F. O'Hare Fred Burton Schutt Will—Leader o* Sunshiners Herbert O'Hare Dick—Leader of Boy Scouts Alfred Prater Fairy Queen Exene Schultz Fairies, Sunshiners, Coral Singers and Boy Scouts. PART I. Musical Numbers. 1. Song—"Silent Night" Concealed Chorus 2. Song—"Christmas Sunshine" Sunshiners 3. Song—"We'll Have a Jolly Christ mas Eve" Choral Singers 4. Song—"That's True" Fairies 5. Song—"The Sleigh Ride" Full Chorus PART II. 1. Solo—"Better Days"..Fairy Queen 3. Song—"The Bright Side". .Fairies 4. Song—"We Know a Thing or •jwo" Sunshiners 5. Song—"A Merry Christmas Grand ma" Full Chorus 6. Solo—"Dreams of Better Days".. Grandma 7. Violin Solo—"Home Sweet Home" Robert Best Santa Claus and the distribution of gifts. Presbyterian. The Presbyterian church Sunday school program for Christmas night is under the direction of Mrs. E. J. Tay lor and the program promises to be very interest. It follows: Processional. 8ong—"Joy to the World—Congre gation. Invocation—Rev. H. C. Postla thwaite.' Primary exercises. Welcome—Max Foiaom. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Greeting—Jean Setzer. A Story—Gwendolyn Jensen. Recitation—Agnes Nielsen. Song—Primary class. Recitation—David Hollingsworth. Recitation—Jack and Betty Marks. Exercise—"Six Little Candles"-— Gleana Thompson, Mary Cochrane, Edith Eleanor Mann, Geraldine Smith, Marian Lack and Velma Neupen. Song—Primary department. Recitation—Maybelle Short. Recitation—Robert McLean. Song—"Snow Flake Fairies"—Four girls. Song—"While Shepherds Watched" —Congregation. "The Angels' Visit"—Miss Myers' class. Offering. "Christinas in Many Lands"—Mrs. PostlethwaHe's class. Song—"Oh, Little Town of Bethle hem"—Congregation. Monologue—Mrs. T. C. Madden. Dialogue—Seven girls and Santa Claus. Society News Parlor Movie New Recreation Here With the adaptation of the Pathe scope to the use of the home, a unique source of amusement is avail able. The parlor movie has invaded Bismarck and promises. to be very popular before long. Mr. and Mlrs. E. A. Hughes last evening gave a parlor movie to a few of their friends, at which the versa tility of the machine was demonstrat ed. Among the films shown was one taken from a scenario written by Mrs. Hughes, in which she and others known in Bismarck took part. It was cleverly written and a hu morous burlesque upon leading New York theatrical successes, relieved*by references to current events that fea tured the newB at the time the scena rio was written. The entire film skit was composed to vary a few days' cruise on a palatial yacht, alqng the Maine coast. Within the short radius of any par lor, the machine can be utilized with telling effect, giving films as interest ing and varied as are shown at the usual moving picture theatre. The chief charm of having one of the small moving picture cameras, the weight of which is about 12 pounds, is the recording of events in the family life, such as weddings, christenings and social affairs, which negative is developed free of cost by the head office, and enables the own er to reel films of relatives, friends or the incidents of life in their animated likenesses during absence or death. An exchange is maintained at Min neapolis end many large cities and patrons can receive a certain number of films weekly, making their choice from a catalogue, which contains com ics, travelogues,. fairy and trick scenes, natural history and religious and Biblical stories, 'historical films, and, in fact, the whole field is very well covered. One of the films shown was pre pared under the 'personal direction of B. W. Griffiths, 'with Mary Pickford in the cast. This merely indicates the high standard pf some of the films available for the parlor entertain ments. "Education by visualization" is the unique slogan of the new entertainer. Its popularity in this city promises to grow. Schools Observe Christmas. The junior class of the high school gave a clever and entertaining pres entation of Kate Douglas Wiggin's "Bird's Christmas Carol" yesterday af ternoon in the high school auditor ium. The role of Mrs. Ruggles was given a fine interpretation by Edna Wachal and the other performers, which included Sarah Siattery, Edwin Carlson, Lucile Allen, Hugh Spangler, Marjorle Best, Dorothy Best, Mary Murray and Oscar Agre, gave her spleiidid support. Rev. Bruce E. Jack son entertained by reading Foley's "Billy Reebles Christmas.' Ruth Er lenmeyer sang a Christmas song and Blanche Myers played a piano solo by Goddard. A special feature was the playing of the high school orchestra under the direction of Miss Clara Tat ley. A number of the school patrons attended the entertainment. The parents of the kindergarten pu pils attended the entertainment given by them yesterday afternoon in the Will school. A large Christmas tree was the great attraction and all the ornaments which adorned it were made by the small pupils, under the supervision of Miss Matilda Williams, director. A special program of songs and recitations added much to the en tertainment. Many of the parents of the 50 little tots attended. The annual Christmas celebration was held Thursday afternoon by the pupils of St. Mary's school. All the class rooms were prettily decorated in the yuletide colors and special prog rams were given by the various class es. Christmas trees featured in the decorations and each pupil was pre sented with a gift. The candy and nuts were donated by Father Hiltner and Dr. F. B. Strauss. Out-of-town pupils attending the school left Fri day for their respective homes and a number will remain at the school for the holidays. Classes will resume work Wednesday, January 3. Guests at the Grand Pacific. Among the guests at the Grand Pa cific today are B. Bailey of Moffit and Hubert Holten of Washbuurn, N. D. Returns From East. Dr. M. Evangeline Bolton of Main street returned yesterday from Minne apolis, where she was the guest of Miss Alice McNealy. Leaves for Morris. Dr. John A. Halgren, intern at the Bismarck hospital, left yesterday for Morris, Minn., where he will spend the Christmas holidays with relatives. Goes to Wilton. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Vanderver of this place left today for Wilton, where they will spend the ChristmaB holi days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Williams. Leaves For Chicago. Dr. H. R. Leibinger of the firm of Roan, Fisher and Strauss, left on No. 2 Friday for Chicago, where he will spend the Christmas holidays with relatives and friends. Miss Youngberg in City. Miss Edith Youngberg of Washburn, N. D., was an arrival in the city last evening, leaving today for her home in western Minnesota to spend Christ mas. Left For Regan. Ben Home of the bookkeeping de partment of the City National bank left last night for Regan, N. D„ to spend Christmas with relatives and friends. Wilton Visitor Here. Miss Maud Foster of Wilton is spending several days in Bismarck visiting friends and) making holiday purchases, he is a guest at the Grand Pacific. Returns From Visit. Mrs. Fred Peterson of the Grand Pa cific returned yesterday from a few weeks visit with her parents in St. Cloud, Minn. In Bismarck From Jamestown. S. L. Avis and George D. McDowell, the latter special agei}t for the North ern Pacific, arrived in the city last evening and are headquartering today at the McKenzie. South Dakota Visitors. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pickler of Aber deen, S. D., arrived in the city last evening to spend the Christmas holi days with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Rudd, of Seventh street. Leaves for Homes, Miss Esther Teichmann and Miss Palma Davidson, nurses at the Bis marck hospital, left yesterday for their respective homes in Fargo and Valley City, to spend the holidays. Returns From 8chool. Miss Edna iRust, who is attending school in Mankato, Minn., arrived in the city last evening and this morning left for her home in Underwood, to spend the holidays with her parents. To Visit Mother. Miss Sara Morris, teacher in the pri mary department of the Glen UUIn school, returned to the ctiy this morn ing to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Lydla Morris, of near the city. Canadian Visitor. Mrs. S. A. Alexander of Stone, Sask., Can., arrived in the city last evening and will be entertained over the holi days by her daughter, Mrs. G. J. Kee? nan, of Second street. Mrs. Alexand er will make an extended visit here. Entertaining Christmas Guests. Mrs. George W. Fanset of Second street has for her guests over the holi days, Mrs. G. W. Prevey and daughter, Mis8 Lucile, of Millbank, S. D. Her daughter, Miss Mabel Fanset, who Is teaching in the Madena, Minn., school, wlU arrive home this evening to spend the Christmas holidays. First National "Boys" Leaving. John Bowers, employed in the First National bank, left this noQn for Far go to spend Christmas with his par ents Edward J. Baskerville, also of the First National, left last night to spend his vacation at Crookston, and Glen Peck will leave this afternoon to enjoy Christmas at his home in Alma, N. D. To Visit Brother. Harold V. Semling of the City Na tional bank, and sister, Miss 'Esther Semling, who has been spending sev eral days here with Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Lenhart of Avenue B, since re turning from the Valley City 'Normal, will leave this evening for Hazelton, to spend Christmas with their broth er, Ivan Semling, a druggist of that place. Visiting Daughter Here. Mrs. D. C. Bailey of Wing is spend ing the holidays with her daughter, Mrs. A. W. Cook, of Fifth street. Paul A. Cook, a student in the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, will arrive home this evening to spend the holi days with his mother, Mrs. Cook. F. O. Bailey, a brother of Mrs. Cook, who has been a patient in the St. Alexius hospital, returned today to his home in Wing. Returns From University. James Blunt and Milo Miller, stud ents in the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, arrived today on No. 3 stands all tests of laboratory and Home*. It is pure, it is delicious, it is Healthful. Walter Baker CaLtd. ESTABLISHED 1700 DORCHESTER, MASi to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Blunt, of Thayer street, and Attorney and Mrs. Andrew Miller, of Thayer street. Mr. and Mrs. Blunt have for their guests over the holidays, Rev. G. Comstock and son, Eldridge, of Minneapolis. Visiting Chum. Edgar Throdahl of Sixth street has gone, to New Rockford, where he will be the guest of Robprt Wilburt, who recently returned from San Francisco to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. Wilbur will return to the city with Mr. Throdahl the first of the week, to visit here for several days. Enroute they will stop in JameBtown and Shey enne to visit relatives. Announces Weddings. Announcements have been made of the marriages of Arthur Larson of Baldwin and Miss Ellen Florence Carl son of Wilton, which was an event of Wednesday evening last in the par sonage of the Swedish Lutheran church. Rev. E. F. Alfson read the service. They were attended by Mlsp Mabel Cecilia Nelson and A. H. Olson. Grant Satter of Baldwin and Miss Mabel Nixon of the same place, were married the same evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Larson in Fourth street and Broadway, by Rev. E. F. Alfson. They were attended by Miss Hazel Nixon and Everett Nixon. Arrives For Christmas. 'Miss Mary Isabelle McGillis, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duncan J. McGillis of the Van Horn hotel, ar rived this morning from Litchville, where she has ben teaching in the public schools. Miss McGillis will be united in marriage Wednesday, De cember 27, to Dr. Harold Tyner Per ry of Litchville. The wedding will he solemnized at noon in the home of the 'bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Wallace in Av enue B. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Clem ens of Valley City, the latter a daugh ter of (Mr. and Mrs. McGillis, arrived in the city today to spend the holi days and to attend the wedding. CHURCH NOTICES Catholic—Father. Hiltner, pastor. 8:00 a. m., first mass, English ser mon 9:15 a. m., second mass, Ger man sermon 10:30 a. m., high mas3, English sermon 2:00 p. m., Sunday school 7:30 p. m., evening service and benediction. First Presbyterian—A block north and two west of the Grand Pacific. Christmas services at 10:30 a. m. ud 7:30 p. m. The choirs have prepared a festival of song for both services. The regular quartet will sing tour special numbers in the morning and in the evening a large chorus choir will sing Christmas hymns and anthems. rirrrrrrrrrrrrrrrri Come to the Christmas Service SPECIAL CHRISTMAS SERMONS 7 REV. H. C. POSTLETHWAITE Morning—"Tidings of Joy" \i. Evening—"Notes of the Angels Song" Special Musical Program by the Quartette "Sing, O Heavens" Tours Quartette "The Birthday of a King" Neidlinger Mr. Humphreys and Quartette "Star of the Orient" Shelby Miss Bayliss and Quartette "Night of Nights" Van De Water Mr. Miller Special Organ Numbers by Miss Mable Wright "•Christmas Greetings" '. Merkle "Silent Night" CI ruber "Christmas March" Rcinhard IN THE EVENING Organ Prelude—Selected Parker Solo—Selection from Oratorio Nazareth, Mr. Marquis Anthem—I Bring You Good Tidings McPhail Anthem—Beyond the Starry Skies Wilson Christmas Carol—The First Noel. Response—O Holy Child of Bethlehem Wilson Offertory—O, Thou Sublime Sweet Evening Star, —Wagner. Postlude—(Pastorale Liszt Miss Helen Fisk Will Play the Evening Organ numbers. Horning Service 10:30 O'clock Evening Service 7:30 O'clock viva Mr. Marquis, a singer of note and di rector of large choruses, will sing a solo. The theme of the morning ser mon will be "Tidings of Great Joy evening, "Notes of the Angels' Song." Bible school at 12 m. and Senior En deavor at 6:30 p. m. All are cordial* ly invited to these services. St. George's episcopal—Holy Com munion at 8:00 a. m. mdrning pray er and Bermon, 11:00 a. m. Sunday sohool, 12:15. There will be no even ing service. Rev. C. H. Brown of Mandan will conduct the morning ser vices. Trinity Lutheran—Seventh street and Avenue C. Services in 'Norweg ian Sunday morning at 11:00 o'clock Joint Christmas services Sunday eve ning conducted by Rev. Proehl and Svore in conjunction with the Sunday schools. The services will be held in the Trinity Lutheran church at 7:30 p. m. Special music. Come and cele brate Christmas with us. Evangelical Lutheran—Rev. E. Strutz, pastor. Order of evening service at 7:30. Musical selection, song by congregation, scripture and prayer. Anthem, three songs by Sun day school classes, Anthem, "Come and Worship," cantata, "Grandpa's Guards." The program will be given in German and English. Swedish Lutheran—Rev. F. E. Alf son, pastor. Morning service 10:30 unday school, 12:00 evening service 8 o'clock Christmas morning service at 6 o'clock Christmas program will be given Christmas night at 7 o'clock. "Faulty Nutri tion and Elimi nation"—these cause wof are the the most of the ailments that afflict human beings. Too much indiges tible food and lack of powier to throw off the poisons that come from indigestion —these lead to a long line of distressing disorders. Avoid them by eating Shredded Wheat Biscuit —a simple,, elemental food that contains all the body building material in the whole wheat grain, in cluding the bran coat which keeps the intestinal tract healthy and clean. Delicious for any meal with bananas or other fruits. Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y. 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