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it END OF WAR IN I Themes Chosen _JVith Special Care to Commemorate Peace. In practically every church o£ the city tomorrow *thoi will lie special service .to commemorate th# end of the worhl war and the advent of peace. Musical numbers and the toplctt for sermons will be particularly appropriate. Attendances art'. expectiM to be especially large'no comiiU'inornUi the successful end of tho grenr. world struggle. It will bos victory day in every church of the, city. The notice.* for jjie day follow: First Presbyterian Qhurch. Corner Secpnd 'and Thayer, Rev. II Postlethwalte, minister. Morning nerviee vat 10:30. Peace celebration with appropriate music. Theme of sermon "Peac.e on Earth ood Will toward Men." Sunday school at 12 ni. Classes t'or all. Christian Kndeavor at 6:lit). A gn,od place for young people. Kveirtng service at 7:30. Howard E. Anderson, a young'num At ho has been a V. M. C. A. worker in lidin and who has been recently graduated from Princeton Theological seminary, and who will again sail for India on the i! 1st, will preach for us. AH are cor dially iuvii .'it "to the services of the church. Methodist Episcopal Church/ Two block north of'the McKenzio, •hotel. W. llutcheson, L~. P., miu-| ister. 10::i0 a. in. morning service. Ser-i moil by the pastor on' "Recognizing Cod in our Happiness." Suitable musir ad Mrs. J: Larson. Evangelical Association. Corner 7th and 'tosses streets. Preaching service. 10:30 a. in. Sunday school, 11::0 a. ni. join the IHiion mass inee/ing at Auditorium p. 111. Youifg Peoi)!'^."' lliaruv 7: fi 2* iz'. •si The Secret-of Producing Luxuriant Hair Is found in the use of Cuticura r." ap shampoos preceded by touches of Cuticura Ointment to spots of dan druff, ifching and irritation. These fragrant, super-creamy cmollicius tend to save the hair, clear the skin and meet every.want of the toilet. Sample Each Free by Mail. Address post card: "Cuticura. Dept.4T, BoMon." Su. everywhere. Soap25c. Ointment LTiand 5'tc I 304 MAIN ST. ..'•a*, I IS 0 "K ft 1 12 il.—ibunday school. (5:30 p. ni.—Epworlh league. The I urgency of a great errand.'' I 7:30 p. in.—I'OveniiJg service. Iiymns that" help will be sung by rjioir and congregation. A gospel t.iessage will be delivered by the pastor. All having no other church htmie are heartily in-! vited to worship with us. N. E. A. Special to Lloyd p. Evr.iing sei-\ ii i. in. :Rev. in. of the -North Dakota Law Enfon Jiuent leagu. 'address This insurance was taken oTkt. by the Ideal Film company, which Ms making )a movie lii rraph.v of Hie premier. The' •idta is thai if Lloyd George were "to become, ii.v a swift political upheaval, an unpopular person or a "nobody" the company ivfaild lose a lot of money because it ••"iildix't rent, the lllm. The film,company lias also insured Lloyd George's life, or rather insured il'seliNmainst loss by the deatli Lloyd (Jeor^c :t about $800,000. Scjin.U for incidents in, the life of the Welshman, for movie purposes, has turned", up il IT'S A 99 TO ONE BET LLOYD GEORGP H6LDS JOB A FEW STORIES OF THE PREMIER. DAVID LLO'YD GEORCK. the 'J'rilnine. Loudon, England, have taken risk at !)9 to 1 that Lloyd George will not lose ^liis popularity and will remain (lift British prime minister'until the tirst of the year. lot of rare stories about him. Some ot^lliem follow lie used to "lead the meetings" in the little Baptist church lie attended back in Wales years ago,, but he couldn't bring himself to do the public us on reform work after the gTeat war. All are cordially iuvited. C. P. STRUTZ Pastor. First Baptist Church. All members of the church and con gregation and all visitors are cor dially invited and uiypd to attend all the meetings of the day. I Swedish Lutheran. Seventh street and Avenue g. E. F. Alfson, psystbr. Successor to GRAMBS & PEET Morning services 10:30. "Peace on Earth, Good Will to Men." Sunday school 12 noon. Evening services S o'clock. All are cordially invited to attend these services. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimmmiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiii For Up-to-Date l! Plumbing and Heating Call on or write Frank G* Grambs BISMARCK, N. D. JOBBERS OF I All Woik Positively Guaranteed. Phone 561 ,vf '1 \v 1 praying. Which caused a pious lady to make inquiry itbput .him. "He's studying for the law," she.was told. '"Well," she said, "he ought to make a good lawyer. He can't pray." There's no doubt about the premier's popularity back in his home country, lie recently visited one small Welsh town where a banner of greeting clear across the street read: "God Save King George and Lloyd George!" On such a visit one Welshman was a little skeptical. "Why all the tfuss?" lie asked a friend. "Lloyd George isn't God Al mighty "Maybe not," said tlie other with em jhi*Jds, "but he's not such an old-man .VOt./jGive'him time." At another more recent meeting a tipsy individual who had been heckling the premier on war problems finally broke in: "We had 'nuff speeches what we wan's a change o' government!''' "What you need is a change of drink!" replied Lloyd George. Salvation Army. 112 Main street, The following services will be held at tho barracks: Corner Fourth street and Avnuc 13.'! ^u''Ject: "Service./ Morning .tfvto n, 1 m-SUflclay khool. Sui day school at 12 o'clock noon, is an E a in a 0 3 0 p. m. Evening service at 7:30 p. m. Rev. K. E. Barnhart of Jamestown X. D., Mrill be with us and conduct all tho meetings of the day Tho week beginning Sunday Xov. 17, is Chris-1 tion enlistment week and a campaign is and will lie made by the li\vmen o£ of the church to induce every person in the city to enlist for christian work. a ••J- Sunday, 11 a. m.—Holiness service. Sunday, 6:30 p. m.—Y. P. L. Topic: "The Great Life Saver." Sunday, 8 p. m.—Salvation meeting. Good singing. Inspiring testimonies.. ell in bn'a Ensign and Mrs. J. Hell Siarfee. Trinity Lutheran Churclt. Rev. .John Flint, pastor. Sunday school 1( a. m. •Services in Norwegian 11a. ill.' Services'in English, 8 p. m.'*. St. George's Episcopal Qhurch. Corner Third and Thayer. JRev. George Buzzelle, rector. Twenty-fifth Sunday after Trinity. Holy communipn at. 8 a. m. Sunday school at 10. Holy communion and sermon at 11 Vesper service with address at 4 :30. The service at 11 o'clock will be fcr i.special praise and thanksgiving to Almighty God for his mercies to this people.<p></p>REVIM BILLION BUDGET Washington, Xov. 1G.—With a lower ing of the .total amount of taxes yield ed under the new revenue bill assured, the sciKite finance committee t*flay sj started the work, of revising'the meiis s! ure to meet the peaeffand l'econstmo. STtion time needs of the jrovernment. Tin 5 hill as it will lie presented to the sen jate probably will be ^framed so ns io S raise about six billion dollars. Chairman Simmons today said it would take several diivs to revise the bill. Secretary McAdoo's recommenda .tions for a reduction in the war u^ve-' nue hill were adopted today. LEAGUETSSUE MAY AGAI^ BE UNION FIGHT President R. J. Montgomery of Tap pen, president of the JNortta Dakota Farmers' union and vice chairman of the North Dakota Council of Defense, was at The capitol yesterday lookingi after council of defense matters,-fol lowing a long seige with the flu, dur ing which he and Mrs. Montgomery and seven children were afflicted Vice Chairman Montgomery antici pates slackening' in the demands on the state councir t)f deferisff. The subject in which he is now most in terested is the annual, convention of the North Dakota Farmers' union, to be hifld In Bismarck for three days beginning December 5. Last year an effort to procure from this agricul tural organization an endorsement-pf the Nonpartisan Jeague -falted, al though President Montgomery and several of the s,tate officials are ar dent leaguers. Mr. Montgomery witf nbt now predict yrhat actton the union will take on the question, if It again comes before the convention, whith protably will. r. J- ... uj 4. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE VVS.- AMENDMENTS Majority of Almost Thousand League Proposals -Still Holds Secretary of State Hall's tabulate of the Sdiuiofficial returns fro'm 22 out of the 53 counties in North Da kota shows the opposition to the league amendments maintaining its lead of 1,000. JJ'he total vote on the governorship in these 22 counties was 38,845. The amendment removihg the state debt limit has ibeeti approved ^6y but 18,463 electors in these 22 coun ties, and the amendment providing for a new method of amending the con stitution by but fS,51S. Kor-a major ity on either question 19,423 votes aref required. Burleigh county turned! down President Wilson to Face a Republi can Congress The Fate of thevOttoman Empire French Railroads and American En gineers The Sole Test of Sanity Rats in the Trenches Some of Russia's "Young Barbari ans" in Art No Art Materials From Germany Imperfect Religion in the Y. M. C. A. Moral Pride in the Army News of Finance .and Commerce Many Striking Illustrations, This fine double-page Map is printed in two colors and presents the "Scene of the (Western Battle Line." 'It sjiows all territory from London to the River Rhine, including all of Belgium, Luxemburg, Western Germany, and Northern France. The famous Hindenburg line as it existed before March 21,1918, is indicated, alw the line of furthest Ger man advance this year in the big drives of March, April, May and June, and present battle line where the Allied armies are driving the Germans back, including the terrain' contiguous to Sedan where the American doughboys have just won one of the most brilliant victories of the war. The Map if* "...1 rrto Mark «f DlstloeUen to KM^t «t tlw Literary 1 mmmmmi——— wmmmmmm THE: OLDER YOU GET— —the harder it is to get ahead. With the Americkn army at Sedan, the firitlsh approaching Waterloo, and the whole southern frontier of Germany opened to Allied armies tjjroitgh the surrender of Austria, Germany was doomed" when her representatives'met Marshal Foch ana Admiral Wemyss to agree tfn an armistice'. As The ''Evening Post (New York) remarks, "Fbch, the master, has played with skilled touch on the keys of a mighty orgafi from the North Sea tp the Meuse and in the .Sinai harmony- the American Army- has rung tru§." Germany Now For World-wide Brotherhood Translations Frem German Newspapers Show That the Fatherland is Clutching at Straws to Save It self From Drowning November 16th Number on Sale Today—All News-dealers—10 .I FUNK & WAGttALLS COMPANY (Publisher* of th« Famoui NEW Standard Dictionary), NEW two, while the entire league ticket, with the exception of Neil "Macdon ald for superintendent of public in struction, carried this !bunty. The in itiative amendemnt to the constitu tion very clearly specifies that amend ments proposed iby initiative petition must have a "majority''of all theN le gal votes cast at, the general elec tion.The tota^ number of votes^ cast may be 5QOO greater -than th6" vote on governor Vhich. would in crease the lead in the 22 counties so far reporting against the amendments. Tfiree amoftdments proposed )by the legislative, assembly, defining voting privileges of members of cooperative corporations', providing for a tax on lands for the purpose of hail insur ance, and requiring not less than four Judges ,of the supreme court to de clare a law unconstitutional (the so called "four-fiif|hs decision" resolu tion) require only a majority of the votes actually, cast on these., proposi tions, and all are believed to have car ried. FIRST FEDERAL "HIGHWAY O. K.'D five. out of the lesfeue seven! way project completed in North Da most important amendments, giving jkota, a 10-mile strip near Edgeley, iji only slight majorities for the other i^Moure county, came from a high Approval of the f^rst federal high- The time to start is now when your earning powers are greatest, when your expenses lire less 1 than they will be. I*.:,, Af VVe will be glad to suhmif a ^lan. Drop in and ask its' about it. ?IH a *. r' I «M. BISMXRC^ ^.PAK, Personal Glimpses Of Men and Events A What Canada and Britain Have Done Modifying "The Fourteen Points" The Deadly Female Wooden-Leg Troubles Disastrous Emotionalism A New French Language in Making Reflections From Poets /. The Russian Church Reviving Keeping Sugar Supplies Up and Pri ces Down (Pijepa^ed by U. Sf^Food Administration) The Best Current Poetry I ncludinft Maps and'Cartoons Splendid Two-Page Colored Map in This Week's Number prepared with a special view to the conclusion of peace with Germany and shows" all of Alsace-Lor raine, which Germany undoubtedly must surrend er to France. The great fortress cities of the Rhine,'which will no dqubt be occupied by Allied garrisons as guarantees'that Germany. -ytrill pay for the damage she, has done iu the war, 'are alsb clearly slu\yn. Practically all of the towns that arfr-being liberated by the victorious AHies' ad vance and which are mention,ed from day to day in the press dispatches are clearly visualized. Thisj/ Map is so valuable as to be well worthy of preser vation for present and future consultation. ,,.r source this weWc when a memlber of the ^Wisconsin highway: commission who has property interests in La .Moure county inspected the strip of highway and declared it better than anything the Badger state has £et done in the way of earth road con struction. He had neve'r believed, he decTarfed, that such permanency and general utility, could be attained ih the construction of earth roads, Tne North Dakota highway commission, because of their' economy of construc tion, has expended "most ofj the fed eral and state highway funds on earth roads which it contends will, if prop erly maintained give excellent "satis faction. The strip at Edgeley is the Tdephtse 115 u* SATURDAY NOV. 16, 1918 1 1 Cents first federal highway project in this state to be accepted,- and flt# state highway tommis^ion is rather proud Of,having got away with this job irt such good shape. A CORRECTION. Father Ott has been assigned to the chffrge a't Foxholm instead of Odense, N. IX, as recently announced. The vpung priest who was very poplilar with the parish#ners here was given a reception last, evening by the mem .bers 'of St. Mary's Sodality. Father Ott expects to leAve for his new field next Tuesday rooming. Tribune Want AdB Bring Hesultii. ^iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiniiinmmmiiiuiii^ 1 COLEMAN'S F.tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifF "ll v. !. CP .''".J-" Sf} •••,« -.Sit.'. Why do economical pfedple btty this coal A Trial Order Will Tell Yoa Better Get In Line F. H. CARPENTER LUMBER CO. We are ^losing out our 5 entire stock of Clothing,N S Dvercoats and Men's Fur- S nishings. 1 Prices wa^ below cost. Going Out of Business -v "ii- STORE Sec ond 'Hand Opposite Hotel McKenzie, Bismarck E •V V: Bismard, N. D.