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A 9 1 Honor Mrs. Dick At Bridge Party Mrs. H. 0. Wruy of 120 Ave. B, entertained at bridge yesterday af ternoon in honor of Mrs. W. E. Dick of Chicago, who .is a guest of her sister, Mrs, J. C. Taylor. The hon ors at card.5 were won by Mrs. Tay lor. At the conclusion of the game a course luncheon was served. RETURN FROM HONEYMOON Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barneck who were married in Bismarck this spr.ng returned today from an ex tended honeymoon trip to Winnipeg, Can., Chicago, 111., Milwaukee, Wis., the Twin Cities, and other points. Mrs. Barnefck, formerly, Miss Mary Slattery, is a graduate of the local high school in the class of 1921. Mr. Barneck, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Barneck, will return to his former position as watch maker and engraver at Bonham Bros., Jewelry store. For the present Mr. and Mrs. Barneck will make their home with Mrs. Barneck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Slattery. Both Mr. and Mrs. Barneck are popular young people among* Bismarck's younger set. VISITING HERE. Mr.' and Mrs. C. H, Sherman of Anporin., Minn., stopped over today for a vi?it with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stulcy. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman are returning to Mie'r home after a trip to the coist. They will ston off to morrow at Garrnon for a visit with Mrs. Fannie Gates. MARRIAGE LICENSE. A marriage license w,.i issued for Mrs. Zella Jennings and M. Williard Shaffer, both of Bismarck, yesterday afternoon. Mr^ Jennings has lived in BV-marck for many years. Mr. Schaffer is a guard at the state penitentiary. GOING HOME FROM CONFERENCE Rev. and Mrs. W. A. E. Maddock of Milton, who have been guests at the home of E. E. Bailey since the close of the conference of the Methodist church at Mandan returned to their home this morning. RETURNS TO FARGO. Miss Louise Bowers of Fargo, who has been a guest at the home ..of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Bowers returned to her home this morning. REBEKAHS DISTRICT MEETING The district meeting of the Re ibuk'ilis will be held in Mandan Wednesday afternoon at Odd Fel lows hall( at 2:45. The bus will leave for "Mandan at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Anna Creighton and daughter, Misji Alice, of Valley City, who have been guests at the Ttd/he of then daughter and si'stcr respectively, Mrs. Georgo Lund returned to their home yesterday. LEAVES FOR HOME. Rev. William Schoffstall, who has been visiting with friends in Bis marck for several days left this morning for his home in McClusky. BUSINESS VISITOR LEAVES. Alvin Richter of Flasher who has been in Bismarck for several days on business returned to his home to day. GUEST IN CITY. Miss Beth Dresser of SpiriWood is a gue^t at the home of Mrs. George Lund. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jermarck of Fort Berthold agency are spending a few day's in the city on business. Mi's. R. .Loomi3 of Sterling, shopped and visited with friends here this morning. Carl Ludholm of Washburn, made a business trip to the city yesterday evening. Mrs. Charjes F. Smith of Sanger, is spending a few days visiting and shopping in tfie city. Mark Wilson of Ruso, was *a busi ness visitor here this morning. E. Roth of McKenzie, transacted acted business here thfc morning. Ifou owe your wnplexiwi a 7t is the daily care that~~ counts. Let an cjfyert* advise, you What to uoa~ I T^EWpONS HART'S MARINELLO SIIOP, Room 4, Hughes Bldg., Bismarck. Opposite G. P. Hotel OPEN EVENINGS. 9 and 10 Hoskins Block. Phone 408 It Monday Club Meets With Mrs. Atkinson Mrs. T. R. Atkinson was hostess to the members of the Monday club yesterday afternoon when the! follow ing program was given: Roil Call—Revolutionary Leaders in France. Growth in Political and Religious Freedom During the Middle Ages— Mrs. V. J. La Rose. Revolutionary Ideas in France Mrs. R. F. Fli(nt. Miss Dorothy Hanna of Fargo who is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. .Corwin was an out-of town guest at the-meeting. SURPRISE AND MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER. Mrs. George Lange of 815 Twelfth street, was given a suprise party and miscellaneous shower by the Catholic Daughters of America yes terday evening at her home. Music and social conversation were enjoyed by the 25 guests at the party. A luncheon was served by the hostesses at the close of a pleasant evening. ON WAY EAST. Miss Esther Olson and Lucille Curl of Wilton, stopped 6ver in Bismarck yesterday to shop and visiting with friends while on their way to Chi cago, 111., where Mis: Olson will visit relatives and to New York, where Miss Curt will spend several weeks with relatives and friends. JOIN IN MARRIAGE Miss Lyd'ia M. Koenig of Wilton and George H. Gilbertson of Wilton were united in marriage yesterday afternoon 'at 5 o'clock by the Rev. L. R. Johnsja. The young couple are both well known in their home town. Mr. Gilbertson is engaged in restaurant business. MARRIAGE LICENSE A marriage license was issued to Mrs. Phoebe Harold of Bismarck and John Waller of Baldwin yes terday afternoon by the county judge. Mrs. Harold is the widow of the late John Harold, county surveyor of Burleigh county for many years. TJNTiTED fcN MARRIAGE The marriage of Miss Theresa Joseph :Tie W^ciskala, «Jau8hter of Mr. and Mrs. Antonc Wyciskalaand Harlem L. Patterson took place at St. Mary's rectory this morning at 10:30 o'clock with the Rev. Fr. Hilt ner officiating. I RETURN HOME F. J. Zellmer and daughters, Misses Julia ami Ethel, who have spent-several weeks Visiting friends and relatives in Milwaukee, and Beaver Dfwn, Wis. have returned to their home, RETURN TO CITY Mrs. A., M. Fisher and Misses Fannie and Ann Slattery who have enjoyed a' short visit in St. Paul, Minn, have returned to thelir re spective homes. MOVE INTO NEW HOME Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cox are mov ing into their new home on Thayer Street in Riverview Addition this week. ATTENDS SURGERY MEETING. Dr. M. W. Roan left yesterday for Chicago, III., to attend the Soo Rail way Surgical meeting. WEEK END VISITORS Mr. and' Mrs. A. J. Ostrander spent the week end visiting friend's in Minot: Mrs. Charles Avery of Chicago, 111'., was a week end guest at the home of Atty. and Mrs. C. L. Young. Att.V. John Knauff of Jamestown, is a business caller in Bismarck. MiV. Olo M. Olson of Benedict, stopped over in the city la»t night. ARMAND COLD CREAM POWDER. hQkt UlTLE PINK WHlTE BOXES Ypowder N and fiott? to useih\ Full tine of the tamou* OU cannot buy abetter than Armand Cold Cream Powder. It i3 smooth, dense and delicately perfumed.. It spreads easily and blends naturally into Ihe skin. And it stays on till you wash it off. Armand Cold Cream Powder is the first dry face powder to contain a touch of exquisite cold cream. We think you will love it. Try it just once. It is $1 every where. And if you are not perfectly satisfied with it take it back and your money will be refunded. Ask your dealer for, or send us 25c for a week-end package containing gener ous samples of Armand Cold Cream Powder, Armand Bouquet, Rouge, Cold Cream, Vanishing Cream, Talcum and Soap—» Address ARMAND—Dea Moines' TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17,1922 THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE 0. J. Olson, Arthur Johnson, and' A. F. Paulson of Driscoll, were city visitors today. Howard Milcr of Werner, made a business trip to the city yesterday evening. Mrs. L. Haugen of Turtle Lake, chopped and visited in Bismarck to day. Karl Ritt of Moffit, was a business called in the Capitol City this morn ing. F. A. Larson of. Yucca, and S. 0. Thorton of Turtle Lake, called n. Bismarck on business. NOTICE Mrs. C. A. Fisher, State President of the Non-Partisan Clubs will speak at the Rialto Theatre at 8 o'clock this even ing. The T'tlnc^ iprdovA ahopy V- Buffalo -X Mr. and Mrs. Lee R. Turner of Sterling, were city visitors here to day. DYE STOCKINGS OR SWEATER IN DIAMOND DYES II "Diamond Dyes" add years of wear to worn, faded skrrts, waists, coats, stockings, sweaters, coverings, hang ings, draperies, everything. Every package contains directions -so sim ple any woman can put new, rith, fadeless colors into her worn gar ments or draperies even if she has never dyed before. Just bi^y Dia mond Dyes—no other kind—then your material will come out right, because Diamond Dyes are guaran teed not to streak, spot, fade, or run. Tell your druggist whether the ma terial you wish to dye is wool or silk, or whether is it linen, cotton or mixed goods. JAPAN-CHINA PHILIPPINES Empresses" sailing fortnightly from Vancouver, British Columbia. Unex celled service. Japan 10 days. China 14 days. Manila 18 days. Before you plan a journey ask about dian Pacific Giants of the Pacific Further information bom local Mean* ship agents "r H.^M.Tait, Gen. Agt. Pass. Dept. 611-2nd Avenue, So., Minneapolis, Minn. Skilled craftsmanship, artistic designs and practical value harmoniously combined give Cordova-Products distinctive quality which has become nationally recognized. As gifts they are ever -acceptable and one that actually improves in appearance with use. See the display of these beautiful goods in ,our show window. F. A. KNOWLES Jeweler, Bismarck. Cranberries TheFruit lor Every Meal!' Cranberries are good themselves and make other foods taste good! At breakfast—try cranberry jelly on hot biscuits or toast it is surprisingly good! For lunch—with cold cuts—cranberry sauce makes a most delicious relish. For dinner—with roast beef—cranberry sauce adds a piquant flavor and aids digestiofi. Try these recipes: Cranberry Sauc* One quart cranberries, two cups boiling water, y2 to 2 cups sugar. Boil sugar and water to gether for five minutes skim add the cranberries and boil without stirring (five minutes is usually sufficient) until all the skins are broken. Remove from the fire when the popping stops. Cranberry Pie Hand Tooled Leather 1 Have ready a partly baked pastry shell. Pour in sauce when cold, made by the above sauce recipe, put strips of pastry over the top, and fin ish baking in a moderate oven. Always cook cranberries in porce lain-lined, enameled, or aluminum vessels. To be sure of a selection of the choicest varieties—ask for Eatmor Cranberries. A folder containing recipes for other ways to use and preserve cranberries, sent free. AMERICAN CRANBERRY EXCHANGE 90 WEST BROADWAY NEW YORK (The red and blue trade-mark label is on all barrels and boxes.) Eatmor Cranberries Td 3 Cold Weather Insurance Warm Coats at $13.95 Big, roomy coats made of foeavy doijble faced Polo cloth in tan and brown, affording maximum comfort at a mini mum price. Sizes 36 to 42. and at $19.50 We offer some wonderful bar gains in Storm Coats. Heavy Wool Velour with Beaverette Collars. Great out-door coats of heavy double faced Polo cloth, mixtures, checks and stripes. Exclusive Models —tin— Winter Coats Just unpacked another big shipment of new models, of Wool Cordette, and Bolivia, with flare or belted back and beaverette collars. American Normandy Polos with heavy satin lining. Coaits of Pollyanna Cloth with large collar and cuffs of either wolf or fox fur. These coats range in price from 1 29.50 to 98.50 LOVELY FALL SUITS Combining Graceful Lines With Beauty of Tailoring. HERE is nothing that proclaims a smart woman's impeccable taste as he it I a in an ha matches your personality, for. Printz tailors to the type. Long, simple lines, severely tailored, make these suits appropriate for even the .most formal day-time effcir. -o—: As an example of our value giving ability we offer this splendid selection of high quality Suits at ci very low price. Finest quality Wool 1 trimmed with Mole skin, Duvet-de-Laine trimmed with Nutria Fur and fine quality Poiret Twill lined with Canton Crepe. Your dioice in this as sortment, J39s Skirts at $3.98 In this special offering you will find serges, plaids and striped materials. Plain models also box pleated. Two handy pockets. Waists at $2.98 Good looking blouses of Geor gette, Tub silks and imported Voiles. All wohderful values at this price. Bloommers at $1 Well made bloomers of good quality sateen in Green, Brown, Purple and Navy, Cover-all Aprons at 98c Don't be without one when you can buy one of these at this price. Made of good gradfe of striped1 Gingiham and trimmed with rick-rack braid in medium and large sizes. You must see the new Footwear to harmonize with your outer gar ments. Visit our' Shoe Department. A. W. LUCAS COMPANY The Greatest Showing of Ready-to-Wear in Bismarck MlllllllNI!llll!llltllllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIilllll!llllllll!lllllilllllllinilllllllllllllllllllllll!lli!llllll!llll!llllllllllllllin^ i£••!•• if ::s: WW-?* J?, fr & 5^(5, it/W,y J* -V. PAGE FIVE See These Special Value f:i Dresses Sergo Dresses at $8. This is a splendid lot of serge dresses. The red braid trim ming and fancy stitching ad just the right toucih to make them real attractive. Stunning Dresses at $12.50 Entirely new models just re ceived. Designed especially for small women, these dresses are exceptionally attractive in Checked Velour arid Jersey with fancy tops. If You Can Pay $15 or over We offer a wonderful selection of high grade dresses made of extra fine quality Poiret Twill, trimmed with rows of silk braid and fancy metal girdles. Besides the above spe cial offerings we have many others.