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':A "r SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1918. jismarckers celebrate the birth of New Year 1918 at smart dancing Arties at the Hotel McKenzie and nd Pacific. The dining rooms of le hosteleries were the sc,enes of a rilliant assemblage of the capital lity's most representative people. At the McKenzie the annual country club [)all was held and a large representa tion of members and friends attended. /Dancing was enjoyed from 9:30 until long after midnight. Miss Mildred Fraser of Fargo, has arrived in the city from Jamestown and is visiting her father General G. Angus Fraser. While here she will be entertained at the home of warden and Mrs. F. S. Talcott. Miss Fraser Matinee tor Children. For the benefit of the children Man ager 'Arthur Bauer of the Oipheum theatre, will show Charlie Chaplin in "The Fireman" at the matinee this afternoon together with a new bill Chaplin is one of the prime favorites of the children and Manager Bauer is continuing this feature with a view of helping the kiddies enjoy New Years. The program will begin at 3 o'clock. Special New Year Services. Special New Year services will be conducted in the Evangelical and German Lutheran churches. Ser vices at the Evangelical will be held at 11 o'clock this morning and will be in charge of Rev. R. E. Strutz, the nastor. Services at the German Lajth -au church will be conducted this 'cuing at 8 o'clock and will be in V8X* Mr. Koch The ser- \icds at the latter church will be the derman language. \V. R. C. Elects Officers At a meeting during the week end of the Woman's Relief Corps officers (jr. the year were elected and plain lor the year were outlined. The officers are: President, Mrs. A. D. Gardner, (re-elected) senior vice president, Mrs. Joseph Wood junior vice, Mrs. Kisner treasurer, Mrs. W. O. Ward conductor, Mrs. N. G. Nelson guard, Mrs. M. Lenhart as sistant guard, Mrs. Bacon chaplain, Mrs. Smith. PERSONAL NOTES Dr. R, S. Towne of. Sixth street, ii able to tye out after a several weeks' illnes3. Henry Halvefson of the Grand Pa cific, returned last night from a short trip to Minneapolis. The Misses Florence Keniston and Eleanor'-Giistaveson tvil leave today for Valley CUy, to resume their studies at the normal school. Mrs. Ernest Wright expects to re turn to her home in Fifth street, from the Bismarck hospital where she has been a patient for several days. Miss Man Cushing of the Bismarck hospital, lias returned from Fargo where she was the guest of her par ents, Mr! and Mrs. W. F. Cushing. Fred Minder of Crystal has. arrived in the city'and is the guest of his Uncle and aunt, Governor and Mrs. Lynn J.. Frkzier of the Governor's mansion. 1 V-v Miss Lou Satterland of the Wash burn Leader, is spending some time in the city and while here is the guest of Mr. aid Mrs. John A. Larson of Sixth strteen Mss Rose Stmtz, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Strutz of Seventh street, wll leaved today for Napervlle, IljhJ. to resume her studes at North western college. Hfe Mrs. George V. Bowers of Avenue iiA, 1SMARCKERS MAKE MERRY WHILE THE NEW YEAR t9l8 IS BORN At the Grand Pacific the Bismarck Mothers of Country Must Stand Together hat the mothers of the country st and will stand together ar source of strength to each other the statement made by in. i* ij jailer Barrett of the Mother's con es. She insists that the American other must help the foreign bo. merican mother to understand the easons for war. "The foreign bom other cannot support her boy at the front, unles she understands what !?he is fighting for," says Dr. Barrett, who is also chairman of the Immigra tion Committee of the National coun cil of Women. "The foreign mother in Anjerica unable to understand En glish, has come to this country to be ut peace, and she is left in a chaotic state when her sons are drafted to fight for their new country. She can not understand the reasons lor this war, she becomes, rebellious, and her feeling is comunicated to her son in the training camp. She must be ed ucated in the causes of the war." Dr. Barrett urges the American ^others to feel a solidarity with the mericanized mother of other nations. The soldier is dependent upon the eling in his home for his own atti de of mind Dr. Barett says. The others' Congres is doing a great ork to meet this new phase of Ani rican life. Takes Position Here Miss Catherine Staley, sister of Charles Staley, has resigned her place js teacher of Domestic science in the valton, Minn., Schools and has ac ted a position with the state Pub iWelfare commissioh. Entertaining Sister J. G. Moore of Fifth street I Mrs. G. W. Moses of Thayer street I entertaining as their guests their »r, Miss Mae Halcrow of Bowes (it. Miss Halcrow arived in the Monday and will make an extend cd visit here. Mrs. Moore will inter tain at a family dinner today in honor of Miss Halcrow. Visiting Father Here H|A, will leave about the fifteen^ of of the arm( United Comercial travelers and their friends asembled for one of the most enjoyable daftcing parties that body of travelers have yet this season. Dancing started at 9:^0 and was con tinued until long after the dawn of the New Year. At Patterson Ilall the Modern Brotherhood o,' America gave a bene fit dancing party for the soldier's war risk fund which the lodge has inau gurated for the protection of its mem bers. [this month for New England, where she will join Mr. Bowers and will make their home there. Mrs. Henry Murphy and children, who accompanied Captain Murphy to Ciumotte, N. C., last fall, expect to remain in the south for some time. Capt. Murphy is now in France. Miss Hazel Mutcheson has returned to Fairmount to resume her work in the high school after spending the holidays here with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hutcheson of Sixth street. Miss Anna Streib has gone to her home in New Salem, whore she will spend New Years with her parents. She was accompanied by Harvey Thielke who will be guest over Now Years of the Streibs. Mrs. J. Marcellus has returned from a visit with her son, Albei Mar cellus of ltegan and Mrs. 1'. K. East man of Wilton. She was accompan ied home by her grandson, v:!er Don Marcellus to spend the remainder of the holidays. Miss Anna Baker and brother, Wes ton Baker, who have been spending the Christmas holidays with their par ents, Capt. and Mrs. I. P. Baker will return Saturday to St. Paul to re sume their studies at Mrs. Darcus'n school and St. Thomas's College. Mrs. Jack Murphy, wife of Capt. Murphy of Company A, has returned to the city from New York, where she was for several weeks with Capt. Murphy prior to his departure for France. Mrs. Murphy will remain in the city for some time with her mother, Mrs. Owens. CITY NEWS 'McKenzie Visitor—FI. E. O'Neil of McKenzie Avas business. •i- Wilton Visitor—C. M. Doughty of Wilton, was among the busines vis itors in the city Monday. jimi mi a. returned to his home in Sixth street was among the out-of-town guests from the Bismarck hospital. night at the Country club ball at the McKenzie. SOCIETY NEWS OF INTEREST in the city Monday on From Underwood—Dr. J. B. Tyrrell, prominent Underwood practitioner, is in the city. Leaves "Hospital—H. E. Paul has Birth of Daughter—Born to Mr. and Mrs. August Koesel of Hebron a daughter, Sunday in the Bismarck hospital. Equalizers Meet—The state board of equalization held its last 'meeting for the year at the capitol today and per manently adjourned. Brinton Here—J. M. Brinton, former Beach publisher and now high in the councils of the Nonpartisan league, is here from St. Paul. Out of Hospital—Mrs. John King has resumed charge of her confectionery store alter FASHIONS FOR SOUTH SET PACE FOR SPRING xgililll New York Silk and satin will un doubtedly prove to be the chosen fab rics for spring costuming. The powers that be have announced a ban on wool for. spring gowns and suits so it is I A probable that we shall all bloom out of the Bismarck warehouse, elected in silks as soon ag we lay off the vel- state auditor at the recent annual con vet and Velour of winter. vention of the union. Asistant organ- The costume shown herewith shows izers will be appointed where ever a skirt of supple white satin with ex- good material is found available, and tremely graceful fullness and drapings the enttre state will be thoroughly over the hips and an odd two-pointed covered. girdle that adds the pleasingly "dif- ferent" touch to the garment. the Farmers' Union The blouse is of embroidered voile \.:v P-- PCRMISSIOH Of VAN IT *Aire_. confined days. in the hospital for several Auditor Here—K. E. Burleigh of Fargo, statu auditor for the Stan dard Oil Co.. is in the city on official business collected with the growing Bismarck plant. Kirk Home—C. N. Kirk, Bismarck manager for the Marshall Oil Co., is home from Marshaltown, la., where lie attended an annual staff meeting of the company. Thonu.'soii in Cuy—O. M. Thomason, one or the Nonpartisan league's prin cinal barnstormers, misused for some time past in organization work in South Dakota, is in the city. I Auditing Hoard—The state auditing board held its last meeting for the old year Saturday, approving of the usual monthly grist of bills which will be paid when taxes begin to come in, in January. llcre From Jlnndaii—Henry M. Vol quardsen a representative of the Singer Sewing Machine Company of Fifth street Mandan, is spending some time in the having been city this week asisting Mr. Clark of __ the local olfice. To Kntcr Training Camp—Sergeant Frank Johnson, who has been visit ing at his home here, has been sel ected to enter the third officers train ing camp at Fort Dodge and left Sat urday night for the place. Resumes Work—Harvey Thielke, re presentative in this teritory for the Simmons Hardware Co., has returned from his home at Wausau, Wis., whither he went in an effort to get into the service. He was rejected for some reason, and lie-is back on the job, selling hard stuff. Heme from («re it Lukes—Albert Wlesterman and A. B. Flow, Bismarck boys who a. learning the sailor game at Great Lake.^, 111., are home for Now V'ear's with their families. The youngsters are delighted with the branch of service in which they have enlisted, and they insist that it's the real game. Keg-islc.s Firriii—C. O. Engdahl was in the city Monday registering his several hundred acre farm in! to it is Deeds, G. J. lveenan. Mr. Engdahl has christianed his farm the "Meadow brook Stock and Grain farm." Mr. Engdahl and son have only recently returned from a business trip to Chi cago. While in the east they visit ed relatives in Indiana. Co"»i—Tv(» Fn'me^s' B'iv»n» & Selling association is now negotiat ing lor ure purchuse of i.uou bushels of seed grain for members of North Dakota Farmers' Union, anonunces D. C. Shipley, secretary. The Fanners' Union voted in state convention here recently to supply its seed-corn wants through the buying and selling asso ciation, and'it is believed that buying in large quantities a great saving can be effected. To Organize State—Intensive organ ization work throughout the state for the North Dakota Farmers' Union will be undertaken immediately after the first of the year by D. C. Shipley, formerly state secretary and manager Dlrectors Mce7-The .holding the closing uviuiug vuv and fine hide and the rather close cuff yop*• jn Wi^mavck t°f TV»o fins' is tucked vo the elbow on the inside audit and invoice will be made, and a manager will be selected to succeed directors of warehouse are v*uoiuii meeting tor the* in BISMARCK MORNING TRIBUNE TO .W WOMAN'S YEAR—1918 I Her Confidence and Affections Combined in Service and Sacrifice 1). C. Shipley, who has resigned to take up the duties of state organicr for the Farmers' Union, to which post he wtis elevated in the recent state convention. The busines of the Farm ers' Union warehouse here has ex panded over a wide teritory during the year, and the directors have an op tizmistic outlook for the new year. Unique Greeting—C. P. Burnstad, owner of the Y-0 ranch at Burnstad and Pollock, sent to his hundreds of friends scattered over the northwest to,' a unique Christmas greeting—a panel photograph of eleven members of the it rOMEN I S)C4.Ntt&itfrr. Famous and unknown women whose labors lor Columbia are of eiiual worth (tipper row): |5r. Anna Shaw, suffragist with nna«s vision woman's future Mrs. W. k. Vanderlult, representative society woman in war relief work Miss Ida Tarhell, writer on econinies, lii«-brained, hut caring little for the vote Mrs. «eorge I. Ci'f tisey, regent of 1). A. it., patriotic oi!var i: ation (lower row) any one of millions of energetic wives who ••curry on'' at home any one ol thousands of unnamed Red vvoike/s any uie of an army of bright |ins ,Ms"i «iris, running her own or a man's job. Burnstad family, all mounted. The twelfth and most important member of the family, being only a few months old, isn't a tirst-class rider as yet, and he doesn't appear in the group. Mr. and Mrs. Burnstad and their nine children who are shown in this group made by the Holmboe studios of Bismarck, are about as likely a look ing family as one would find in many 'lpv's iournev. They, are all good riders, down to the smallest young ster, who isn't old enough yet to go to kindergarten. The oldest sons, the elder of whom has nor yet at tained his majority, are just home from Texas, whither they were with an unlimited checking account. They brought back with them 1,000 prime steers. "The boys know as much about a beef animal as ever hope says "the old man." Tribune Want Ads Bring Results. BISMARCK CITY COMMISSION'S YEAR END ASSEMBLY Canvas of Votes of Recent Spec- ial Election Officially Seats Thomoson. THEATRE Features Beautiful and Talented VIRGINIA PEARSON IN Pride of Paris and France's most cherished offering to the American Stage, in Her Gor geous, Bewildering, Musical Comedy Sensation, Direct from Casino, New York. "FOLLOW ME" Company of Fifty, Including Leading Broadway Artists—Harry Short, Edith Allan, Marie Fanchonatti, Lew and Harry Seymour, Leon Francol, Tilyou and Ward and Sadie How. And that Stunning Anna Held, Chorus—Wonder Women of the World, Perfect of Face and Figure and Wore Alluring than the Odalisgues of the Orient. A FORTUNE IN ANNA HELD GOWNS THAT SET WORLD Prices—50cjyiliW1 im Mail Orders Now OS NOW ON SALE AT KN0WLES, THE JEWELER The city coninusion closed the year, Mayor Lucas suggested the addi tion of "for the unexpired term of It. C. Battey as finance conimissianer," hut Commissioner Best objected tint the people had voted for Thompson AUDITORIUM BISMARCK Prices—$1.00, $1.50, $2.00. Orders Now. Thou Shalt Not Steal" A Virile American Photoplay Mystery and Fascination E S O I A E O A N E Only ANNA HELD FASHIONS/4-k CLUB NOTES' ilA 75 PEOPLE 40 GIRLS PAGE T/ A communication from Judge W. I S. Casselman, asking that the city re I cover possession of the famous pav- ing affidavits suposed to be in the I hands of Attorney General Langer, and that whether they be made by "jailbirds or drunkards or saints or sinners" a thorough investigation be made of the charges registered there in, was received and placed on file ]n response to a with a brief and harmonious sesion j, ostrander and others of sidewalks, Monday evening. not being cleared of snow, Street The vote of the recent spccial elec- Supervisor McLean was instructed tQ ... clear such sidewalks and to assess tion was canvassed, and Hairy A. If your stomach's wrong, have in digestion, don't relish food, appetite gone, feed heavy, brain dull, bowels not regular, liver torpid, kidneys not acting right, can't sleep well, out of sorts generally—you need Holllster'a Rocky Mountain Tea. That's all. ONE NIGNT ONLY The Most Stupendous Musical Organization Ever in This Section Irving Berlins Syndicated Success First Continental Tour San Francisco Papers Said: Los Angeles Papers Said: Sale opens Dec. 31st. CUrtain 8:15 TICKETS NOW ON SALE AT KN0WLES, THE JEWELER ffij I.-1-"-"- I "ty (V.» simply as candidate for commisioneri:.xiiiMj. is-r^b and that no certificate could be sued designating any particular com missionership. complaint of 0. (,Qg^ of, worjj Thompson was found the victor over property. The city ordinance pro John A. Larson by a margin of 29 vides this may be done if sidewalks votes. Larson received I!21 male and are not cleared from ice or snow with 151 female votes, totaling 472 Thomp-, in 24 hours. son, l!78 male and 123 female votes, totaling 501 Thompson's male ma jority was 57 and Larson's female majority 28. The report of the can vassing board, consisting of Com missioners Best, Bertsch and Kirk, was acecpted, and Mayor Lucas in structed the auditor to issue Mr. Thompson a certificate of election a'l commissioner for the unexpired term of K. C. Battey. against abutting' The usual grist of bills was allow ed. Commissioner-elect Thompson was present, but did not take his seat, in asmuch as he had not filed his surety bond. He will be seated at the ne::t regular meeting. ERESLOW'S. ... if 5, 4 FRIDAY, JANUARY Special Orchestra "One of the Best Ever Brought to the Coast."—Examiner. "A Galaxy of Girls, Gowns, Comedy."—Bulletin. "A Sensational Surprise."—Examiner. "The Loveliest Dancers Seen Here."—Herald. Mail To-Night TO-NIGHT JANUARY 1,1918 4e| Quality! French Spice! A t" Quantity! Melody! Mirth! American Bizarre Costumes! Lingerie! $60*000 in Sartorial Splendor Grandeur!