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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1917.
SOCIETY
Tb)o Special Features
Announced for "Baby Week
Two special features will mark the
Efciby Weel£ oservance in the capital
city. At a meeting of the general
committee Tuesday afternoon in the
Commercial club rooms, the program
for the week was outlined.
A meeting for the women of the
women of the city has 'been announc­
ed for Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock in the chapel of the Presby­
terian church. Mrs. W. C. .Taylor,
president of the city federation, will
preside and the musical program will
be in charge of Mrs. Victor J. La
Rose. She will sing "Keep the Camp
fires Burning." 'Community singing
will be a feature and slips with the
North Dakota Federation of Wo­
man's club song and "Keep the
Campflres Burning" and other songs
will be distributed and sung.
CI. X. Keniston, secretary of the
Commercial club, will speak at this
meeting on "The Baby and Prepared­
ness." The chapel will be ornament­
Staging Missionary Pageant.
Two missionary pageants will be
staged in the chapel of the Presby­
terian church Thursday evening un­
der the direction of the Woman's
Missionary society of the church. The
first pageant will be entitled "A Vis­
ion of the Homeland," with Mrs. O.
R. Smith representing Christian
America. Eight young people will
represent the eight fields in which
the home mission boards are inter­
ested.
A glimpse of the foreign missionary
work will be shown in a musical
pageant which will be presented in
tableau form. The readings will be
given .by Mrs. M. P. Moore and the
music by Miss Grace Myers. Child­
hood, girlhood and womanhood of
heathendom will be contrasted with
the happy, carefree life in America.
The young peoples' choir of the
church will assist in both programs.
A feature will be the singing of a
"colored" quartet, this part of the
.program to include plantation songs.
Mrs. William
V.
Kiebert, .Miss Annie
Stribe and Miss Ruth Erlenmeyei"
will sing the solo parts. Over 40
people will take part in this novel
entertainment. The entertainment
committee is arranging for a large
attendance. A silver offering will be
lifted.
Club Dancing Party.
The first dancing party of I ho Hum­
mer series of the Mandan Country
dull, announced for 'Friday evening,
has beeij'changed until Saturday eve­
ning, oi) account of a counter attrac
tiriA. 'The entertainment committee
of Itt#' rttib has outlined an exten­
sive'Ytfgram of amusements for the
season.
Miss Rankin Guest.
Miss Jeanelte Rankin, representa­
tive from Montana, was one of the
guests entertained at the luncheon
given during the week-end by Speak­
er .and Mrs. Champ Clark at their
Washington, D. C., home. Spring
flowers in red, white and blue with
miniatrtre flags as place cards were
uaedili1 thte appointments. The other
guests1' irt'eluded a number of repre­
sentatives' aiul senators.
Returns After Visit.
(Mrs. E. D. Goss of Mniot, but for­
merly of this place, has returned to
her home in Minot, after a short visit
with Judge and Mrs. N. C. Young of
Fargo. Mrs. Goss stopped in Fargo
en route home from Minneapolis,
where she was a delegate to a mis­
sionary convocation of the Methodist
Episcopal church.
For 'Miss Halcrow.
Miss Ethel Halcrow of the exten­
sion department of North Dakota
university and sister of Mrs. J. G:
Moore and Mrs. €. W. Moses of this
city, was much feted during a recital
tour last week which' Included
Jamestown, Grace City and Brant
ford. In Grace City, Mrs. William
Bradley entertained for her an[d
while in Brantford, Mrs. H. M. Burns
and Mrs. C. A. Frisco. Mrs. A. iE.
Rowan of Jamestown gave a dinner
in her honor and Mrs. Don Xierling
a tea. Mrs. S. A. Parslow of the
Jamestown college also entertained
for Miss Halcrow at the college.
To Occupy Old Home.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clendenning
and family, who have been spending
the winter in Fargo, will open up
their home in Wimbledon May 1.
AJrs. Clendenning is president of the
North Dakota Suffrage league, and
ynillc
iv
Cents a Day
spent
for the right kind of food
will keep a man in good
health, fit for any task. Two
ShreMed Wheat Biscuits,
served with hot milk, make
a complete, perfect meal
at a cost of four or five
cents—a meal that supplies
in digestible form every ele­
ment needed to build new
tissue and furnish heat and
energy for the human body.
At twenty-five cents a day
for three meals there is a
margin of ten cents for fruit
or green vegetables. Such
a diet means a clean stom­
ach, healthy liver, active
bowels. For breakfast with
or cream. Made at
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
a
off
S BUTTER
$ riORTAERil
ed with the national colors and pho­
tographs of Bismarck babies.
The other big attraction arranged
is the rauy Friday evening in the
Auditorium to the women for that
evening. This will be featured by
community singing under the direc­
tion or the Thursday Musical club
and will include patriotic songs and
well known choruses. The school
children will play a big part giving
folk dances nnd songs under the di­
rection of Mies Clara Tatley, super­
visor of the public school mu*ic. A
playlet, entitled "Judith and Ariel,"
under the direction of Miss McFar
land and Miss Clemens, will be an
added feature. Several motion pic­
ture Alms treating on child welfare
work will be shown.
The various committees gave en­
thusiastic reports of the work al­
ready accomplished to make this the
most successful baby week in the
history of the state.
was actively interested in the lobby
work at the last legislative assem­
bly. All communications will reach
Mrs. Clendenning at her Wimbledon
home.
To Entertain Club.
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Opdyke will be
hosts this evening at their home in
Mandan avenue, to co-members of the
Benedict Bridge club. Three tables
will be in play for the game.
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Church Society Notes.
St. George's Guild of St. George's
(Episcopal church will meet in the
parish house Thursday afternoon.
Mrs. F. E. iLuehe will he the hostess.
St. Mary's Sewing circle of St.
Mary's pro-cathedral will meet Thurs­
day afternoon in the Knights of Co­
lumbus hall.
For Mrs. Lovass.
Mrs. J. C. Oberg entertained last
evening at her apartments fan the
Grand Pacific at a prettily appointed
card party in honor of iMrs. iE. J.
Lovass of this place, who leaves
shortly for near Carry, i.Mont., to
spend the summer. Mrs. Oberg also
entertained a party of friends during
the week-end at fancy work for Mrs.
Lovass.
Composer to Wed.
Club women of the state will be
interested in the announcement of
the engagement of Miss Margaret
Plank, composer of the State Federa­
tion song, and Stanley Ganssle of St.
Thomas. Miss Plank is a present
studying at Kmerson school of ora­
tory, Boston. She is an alumnus of
the North Dakota university and Is
well known in educational circles.
Her fiance is cashier of a bank in St.
Thomas. Miss Plank's song has been
successfully used by the State Fed­
eration.
To Hold Quarterly Meeting.
An interesting' program has been
arranged to be given in connection
with the quarterly conference of the
•First 'Baptist church this evening.
Following the business session, at
which time reports from the various
departments will be given, the meet­
ing will be givgn over to social en­
joyment. The luncheon will 'be
served by members of the Christian
Endeavor society. It is planned so
that the congregation may become
better acquainted with each other.
The meeting will be called at 8
o'clock.
To Speak Here.
Among the noted woman speakers
to address the meetings of the Edu-
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FBD THAT OLDARfW MULE?
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By BETTY BROWN.
'New York, April —('Simplicity
itself!" is the natural exclamation:
at first sight of the charming Georg­
ette crepe frock pictured today. But
when analyzed its exquisiteness is
found to be due to an elaborate ar­
cational campaign, which will be
held in the Presbyterian church May
7-10, is Mrs. Guy S. Davis. She a
one of the 'best known authorities on
missions and makes home missions
her specialty. As a public, speaker
Mr». Davis has a singular charm
with her well modulated speaking
voice and splendid personality.
Auxjliary to Meet.
The newly organized Woman's
Auxiliary to Company A will meet
Saturday afternoon at .1 o'clock in the
Commercial club rooms. The Auxil­
iary has been disappointed regarding!
the flags and buttons which they had
Dandruff Germs
are very small, but
HERPICIDE
0/0/0/ will find them all
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS. "By Allmon
A RUNNING STORY TO BE CONTINUED IN OUR NEXT.
«Ltort HAS TO USB
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A CASE LIKE THIS
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BI8MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Etabrrate Tucks Make Frock Loo1i
Like "Simplicity Itself!"
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rangement of pleats and tucks. Of
especial value in producing the
"straight-line". effect are the ibox.
pleats which extend l'rom shoulder to
iioin. The dress is collarless and,
except for thai tassels and girdle, is
quite free from decoration with a dif­
ferent material.
arranged to place on sale in the city.
The market is greater than the sup­
ply of these war novelties and their
order could not be filled. They will
plan other wajte to raise money and
assist the soldjOTs at. the meeting Sat­
urday. It. isi4fta desire of those in
charge tp haver'.all members present
and any one woman of the city who
is interested ill the work. It is ex­
pected that a number of new mem­
bers will be received at this time.
K. of P. Meeting.
The regular convention of St. El­
mo lodge No. 4, will be held in
(,'astle hall this evening at 8 o'clock.
Important 'business matters will be
taken up and the rank of page con­
ferred on a class of candidates. All
members are urged to attend and
visiting brothers cordially invited.
PAGEANT.
Where—Presbyterian Church.
And When—Thursday Night.
For Whom—YOU—Come.
Silver Offering.
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Meeting to Be Called by Secre­
tary of Commercial Club to
Get View of Citizens
IDEA IS TO DEVELOP
TALENT IN HOME TOWN
Songs "like your father and mother
sang when they went to the old-time
singing school" will be brought 'bach
to this age and generation in Bis­
marck within the course of a few
months, if the plans placed before
Secretary Keniston by several of the
residents of the city are carried out.
Community singing is the idea. A
meeting, at which it is hoped will
result in some practical benefit, will
be called by Secretary Keniston soon.
The secretary stated this afternoon
that there is a wealth of American
songs and that the musical talent of
the city seemingly lies dormant. The
meeting and the suggestions which
will be made, it is hoped, will stimu­
late interest.
Singing on Holidays.
Community singing would be a fea­
ture of every holiday .program held
in the city if the secretary could but
have his views adopted. Kolk and
patriotic songs would be sung on
Memorial day, cantatas during the
Yule-tide and tidings of spring at this
season of the year. In view of the
fact that Bismarck has taken no
steps toward a 'Fourth of July cele­
bration, the secretary had the matter
called to his attention that commun­
ity singing should be held on the
eve of the iFourth.
Americans, it is pointed out, are
not a singing people, Singing in this
country is popularly regarded as
something with which to entertain
others and not a means of self ex­
pression. For this reason, the peo­
ple of the land do not take hold and
sing as other peoples do. The baby
of today is not lulled to sleep, but
is "ragged to sleep," with some such
number as ".My iFather Told Me," in­
stead of the once pretty lullaby
"Sweet and Low." Of course, in some
homes there are exceptions where the
father and mother remember the
training they had at the old singing
school.
City Gifted with Songsters.
The city is gifted with songsters.
A list of names has been placed with
the secretary of the Commercial club.
The following will in all probability
receive notice within a few days that
they are wanted at the meeting anil
to take the initiative in developing
the community singing idea in Bis­
marck:
Miss Clara Tatley, Miss Elizabeth
OayliBs, Mrs. William V. Kiebert, Mrs.
H. H. Steele, Mrs. Victor .1. LaRose,
Mrs. J. A, Larson, Mrs. J. Maurice
Martin, Henry 'Halvorson, W. L. Mill­
er, George Humphreys, Conrad II.
Taylor, N. A. 'Mason, Mr. Flanagan
and others.
CITY NEWS
Here from Wilton Attorney
Doughty of Wilton was a business
visitor in the city Monday.
Returns to Dickinson—Peter Rem
pel, formerly connected with the Cow­
an drug store, but now located in
Dickinson, has returned after a short
visit here.
Here from Moffit—Valentine I?em
of Moffit was in the city Monday,
where he accompanied his son, who
has entered the 'Bismarck hospital
for treatment.
Four Cars of Potatoes—The Mc
Care Sales company has just shipped
four cars of potatoes to eastern mar­
kets. The company is contemplat­
ing erecting a -large warehouse to
accommodate their fall business.
Here from Minneapolis—H. 'D. Cam
mack of (Minneapolis, general mana­
ger of the Kimball Piano company,
is spending some time in the city
looking after business matters and
his farm interests near Baldwin.
Returns to Farm—Paul Cook, son
of Mrs. A. W. Cook of Fifth street
has arrived in the city from Minne­
apolis, where he was a student in the
University of 'Minnesota. The uni­
versity has given him his marks so
as to enable him to return to engage
in farming. A number of the stu-
Inthe
every home Sloan's Lini*
ment has earned its place in
medicine chest as a relie)
from pains and aches.
Quickly penetrates tuiihoat ruth
bing and soothes the soreness.
Cleaner and more effective than
mussy plasters or ointments, it doet
not stain the skin.
For rheumatism, neuralgia, gout, lanh
bago, sprains and (trains use Sloan's Lini
meat. At all druggists, 25c. 50c. $1.00.
Sloan's
Liniment
A S HA A
dents have enlisted while others will
go onto farms.
Jamestown Attorney Here—R. G.
McFarland, a well kno~wn Jamestown
attorney, is in* the city today looking
after legal affairs.
Here on Business—Among the 'busi­
ness visitors in the city Tuesday were
Thomas Hollingsworth of iRegan, a
well known farmer of that section.
Mr. Hollingsworth lias rented his
farm and will move shortly to Regan
to make his home. B. F. Scovil of
McKenzie was also a business visitor
in the city Tuesday.
St. Alexius Notes—Among the re­
cent patients to enter the St. Alexius
hospital are: A. Schmidt, Drlscoll
iM'rs. C. D. Rogers, McKenzie IMrs.
James Montgomery, city Master
'Bruce Wallace, city T. J. Conway,
Waseca, Minn. Miss Marjorie Peter­
son, city Raphael Stockert, Solon.
Mrs. T. Thoieson, city, has been dis­
charged. The hospital announces the
birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Welch of Frances.
NATIONAL RED GROSS
HOME TO BE DEDICATED
The new $80,000 American Red
Cross building in Washington, D. C.,
will be formally dedicated and turned
over to President Wilson as the head
of the organization, on the afternoon
of May 12. it has been announced.
The dedication will be the occasion
for the lirst mobilization of uniformed
women war workers ever held in the
United States.
The program thus far outlined has
been adopted tentatively. The plan
is for Secretary of War Baker, the ex
oflicio chairman of the building com­
mission, to present the building to
President Wilson, who will review the
procession of Red Cross women war
workers. The latter will wear for
the first time the new uniform soon
to be adopted to be worn by women
who engage in home service for the
Red Cross.
A notable feature will he the dedi­
cation of the three memorial win­
dows given the Red Cross by the
women of the Civil war organizations.
One of these windows is given hy the
United Daughters of the Confederacy,
another hy the Women's Relief Corps
of the north, while the center win­
dow is provided by their joint gift.
The building is tjie realization of
the plan of Capt. James A. Scrymser
of New York, who gave $1 to
the fund. Mrs. Russell Sage gave
a like amount Mrs. 10. II. Ilarriuion,
$[.0,1100, and the Rockefeller, founda­
tion, $100,000. Congress also contrib­
uted.
D. A. R. Women Heading
Many Patriotic Movements
Columbia will he the star in the
pageant which Minneapolis and St.
Paul Coloniol .^imes of America will
present 'Saturday evening, May at
St. Paul hotel. The pageant will il­
lustrate the history of the United
States and will be staged on a large
scale. The program will include in­
terpretations of George Washington
and family, the {purchase of Manhat­
tan, portraits of Leslie, John Alden
and Priscilla, Faith Trimble and
Mrs. Caton, colonial ways and days,
the British coming to Newport, La
Sayette. Oapt. Patch Pirate, the
birth of the flag and the presentation
of the flag to the first Minnesota
regiment.
Suits of khaki will be worn 'by
graduating students of the 'St. Paul
high schools as a measure of pre­
paredness, if the suggestion of Mrs.
D. W. McCourt of St. Paul chapter
of the D. A. R., together with the
added influence of the housewives
leagues, through Mrs. Gilbert Gutter
son, president, is carried to a suc­
cessful conclusion.
PERSONAL NOTES.
Mrs. Worth Loumry of Garrison
has been called here by the illness
of her father, Oscar H. Will of
Fourth street. Mt. Will's sister, Mrs.
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The Pure Food and Drug Laws aim
to protcct the public by preventing
mis-statements on the labels of prepa
rations but some people continue to
accept "extracts" of cod livers think*
ing they will get the benefits of an
emulsion of cod liver oil.
The difference is veiy great. An
"emulsion" contains real cod liver oil,
which has had the hearty endorse*
ment of the medical profession for
many years, while an "extract" is a
product which contains no oil and is
highly alcoholic.
Scott's Bmuision guarantees the high*
est grade of real Norwegian cod liver oil,
skilfully blended with glycerine and
hypophosphites. Scott's is free from the,
false
stimulation of alcohol and is en*
dorsed by good physicians everywhere.
Scott & Jtowne, Bloomfirld. N. J. 16-tl
M. A. Tuttle of Syracuse, N. Y., has
also arrived in the city to make an
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Will.
C. C. Putnam of Fifth street has
returned from a short trip to •Chi­
cago. Mrs. Putnam, who accompan­
ied him, will remain in Chicago for
sometime visiting relatives.
Dr. J. (irassick, president of the
i.North Dakota Anti-Tuberculosis as­
sociation, who has been spending
the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla.,
has returned to his Grand Forks
homo. br. Grassick, who was re­
elected president of the association
at its biennial meeting in this city
the first of the year, has been in
Florida since January.
Miss Ellen LaMettery and Mis9
Lucile Glover of Ninth street left
last evening on No. 2 for the Twin
Cities, where they will Bpend a two
weeks' vacation.
Mrs. C. C. Miller of St. Paul is
spending some time in the city on
business. While here she is a guest
at the Grand Pacilic. Mrs. Miller is
also spending some time with Mrs.
W. G. Hageman of Avenue A.
Miss 'Cecelia Connolly of Mandan
has returned after a visit with Mrs.
Victor ,f. LaRose of Sixth street.
Mrs. John Dortell of Thayer street,
has entered the St. Alexius hospital
for treatment.
FUNERAL FOR MRS. WALTON
THURSDAY AT McCABE CHURCH
Funeral services for Mrs. William
Walton, mother of lidbert L. Walton
of Rosser street, who died Saturday
in Spokane, will be conducted Thurs
day afternoon in the McCabe Meth­
odist church at Friends can
review the body at tfce church.
CARD OF THANKS.
We wish to extenMLiftur1 most heart­
felt thanks to aU^^o^.vvhp so nobly
assised us in our, 1,)pre(ayempnt. and
for the beautiful floWl bttfefings.
Otto Dirlain, daughtter and son.
Painting up. All kinds of paints,
oils and varnish to foe had at Faun
ces, Fourth street. Olass wind shield
and auto glass cut and set on short
notice.
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