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Forty Club* Ball
Presents Scene ,v THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28,1922 -T Social and Personal Of Real Beauty The Forty Club Christmas danqe held at Patterson hall last night was attenc'od by 32 couples and three out of town guests.At 9 o'clock the dancirig commenced in the artistically decorated ball room and cor/, nued until^nidnight when a course luncheon' was" served. Occupying a place of honor in the f^larpre ball room Svas a huge Chr'st j, mas bell of red suspended from the center of the room, aiid canopied over by red and green streamers dipping frem the tips of large Japanese parasol. The stage oc cupied by the musicians was turn ed into snow' bank with evergreen trees rising from its base. Four tables' spread with white linen and decorated with baskets of po'nsettias and candles were arranged at the other end o* the t|ro'om which was cut off by a feroe of losr/rails spotted with bits of sparklhig snow. Baskets of poin sfttiaa suspended from the ceiling of the room and ar. abundance of evergreen trees gave the last touch to the scene of festivity as the ladies in their growns of bright silks and satins appeared. Out d- town guests included Mr. A and Mrs. T. Lough of Jefferson Barricks, Mo*, and M:ss Etfiel Low man cf Chicago, 111. MONDAY CLUB PROGRAM Mrs. G. F. Dullam was hostess to the members of the Monday club at their meeting yesterday, when the ^'Development of Democracy" was the theme for discussion. Mrs. F. A. Lahr had a paper on "Revo lutionary Theories of Government," Mrs. W. E. Lahr d'sciirsed Hamlin Garland's "A Son of the Middle Border," and Mrs M. W. Roan pre r="V(!d an into (.'sting di(bst of Letters from a Senator's Wife," by PJrances Parkinson Keyes. FORTNIGHTTLY CLUB MEETS Mrs. F. R. Smyth enterta'ned members of the Fortnightly club at "h«ir regular meeting yesterday. The program was devoted to liter ary authors. Mrs. C. L. Ycung had as her subject Thc-eau and his heritage and influence on later writers Mrs. Philip Meyer gave an interesting paper on Longfellow and his poetry. Mrs. A. M. Brandt pro-!Rnted the news of the fort night. •, PLANS FOR U.. C. T. DANCE The committee of the U. C. T. dar.:e have been busy making ar rangements for their" big dance at the Gvand Pacific ball room Satur day night. Noise makers, confetti, -'and other features are being plan ned to give the occasion a carnival air. While invitations are being is sued to U. C. T. members, the!r "viends are cordiallv invited to. at tend even though they do not re ceive invitations. VISITING PARENTS Prof, and Mrs. Alonzo Grace are r.nending the Christmas holidays as the guests of Prof. Grace's par ents. Judge and Mrs. R. H., Grace. P'-of. Grace, former instructor at the University of Minnesota, is now connected w'th the State Fcrestiy Normal of Bottineau. INFORMAL DANCING PARTY, louis Grambs pave an informal indnir party at the family residence oTi 624 Fourth street yesterday ev'en ing in honor of Richard Dewhurst of Stillwater, Minn., who arrived in Bismarck yesterday for a short visit with his former classmates. Richard, who attended the local high school until about two months aso was Riven a welcome back to Bismarck by his friends. GIVES WHIST PARTY. Miss Ariel Anderson was hostess at whist party last night in honor or her classmate, Miss Charlotte Lo pan, who is spending her vacation from the University of North Da kota with her mother and friends. The honors at cards were won by Misses Edna Mosbrucker and Char lotte Logan. The hostess was assist ed in serving refreshments by Miss Kathleen Brazerol. AMPUTATE LIMBS. crn To'wnsend, rural^ mail carrier out of Elgin, who was recently badly frozen while delivering mail, had both his feet amputated to the an kle and r.ll his fingers amputated yes terday. Otherwise, attending pfcysi eians report that the/patient is doing as well as could be expected. HOME FROM HOPITAL. Mrs. Dan Sundquist, who has been confined to the St.' Alexius hospital for the past fourteen weeks as a re sult of a fall injuring her Kip, re turned to her home yesterday.. She is not yet able, to walk, but moves about in a wheel chair. ON TRIP. William Kontos of the Olympia f^ndy Shop hps left for a trip to 'V MirTicnolis ahd Chicago, to attend to business matters and visit rela tives. He will be absent two or three weeks. STOPS OVER WITH FRIENDS. Miss Ruby Wilson of Medora stop ped over here Tuesday for a short visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Johnson after spending Christ mas with her parents in Ruso. A good old New Year's dance will be given at Odd Fellows hall Dec. 29 for Re bekahs, Odd Fellows, and friends. Best of music and good time promised to all. U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night at Grand Pacific Hotel. .. American Ifrwi bown War Mothers Remembered mothers who lost their sons with tastivtlie beside »ht» dead soldiers in tins war memorial TVrin Cieoree Julian Zolnay Washington. ir Rome. Italy where he SING CAROLS AT HOSPITALS According to their annual custom the ladies of the Thursday Musical club sang Christmas carols at the local hospital Tuesday afterno(|i. They were assisted by Richard Falk enstein and liichard Dittman, who are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. French. The singers were cordially Wel comed and thoroughly enjoyed bring ing Christmas cheer to those whose hearty applause and smile of approv al manifested their appreciation, they said. The club members plan to visit the hospitals again at East er. PRESBYTERIAN CHOIR MEETING. Members of the Presbyterian even ing choir and all others interested are invited to meet at the church at 7:15 o'clock this evening, when choir practice will be held. All members are urged to be prompt. MISS ORIt LEAVES. Miss Agnes V. Orr, who spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Orr, returned last night on No. 4 to New London, Conn. SODALITY SOCIAL MEETING. A social meeting of St. Mary's Sodality will fee held in St. Mary's school gymnasium this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The early part of the evening will be given over to the direction of an instructor of physi cal culture. TILLOTSON GUEST. -Miss Ethel Lowman of Chicago, 111., who has bed'n the ,guegt at the home of her .sister, Mrs. B.' F. Til 'ofcson will leave tomorrow for her home. STUDENTS HERE FOR HOLIDAYS. Richard Dittman, student at the state agricultural college at Fargo, is a guest at the home of Mr. arid erday on her way to Fargo| Mrs. J. P. French. VISITED RELATIVES A good old New Year's dance will be giverf at Odd Fellows hall Dec. 29, for Rebekahs, Odd Fellows, and their guest 'of relatives, friends. Invitations for the same are being sent out by the comn-ittee. The' be~.t of music and a good time is promised to all. CAVELI GIRL SCOUTS. A meeting of the Cavell girl scouts will be held Pridav evening at 7:30 'clock„at which time all are urged to be present. members'^" B. C. Beck, Marsh Wilton, C. E. Babcock and Emory Turner of Mc Eenzie were city callers today.' Mr. and Mrs. Howard Koon of Flora, Benjamip* Koon, Edward Roth and W. E. Chizbe of McKenzie vis ited and shopped here today. Mr. and Mrs. Geo.rge King and daughter of Regan shopped in the capital city today. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kettleson ol' Wing visited friends here today. Mrs.' T. E. Hanold of Van Hook shopped and visited friends ihere this morning. 1 Miss Ragna Wold, a teacher of the Regan district, shopped here today. J. J. Scallon of Wing was a city caller today. W. W. Baxter of Braddock is- a business caller here for several days. New Year Flower Special. Potted Narcissus $1.00 each. Cyclamen $1.00 each. Oscar H. Will & Co. 319 3rd St. Phone 784-W. We deliver. Miss Lucile Atcherson. Columbus, first woman to be In the World War are remem- to be erected soon in D. CV, sculptor, It carved the statue. OUT OF TOWN VISITORS E. H. Olen of Stanton, Mr. and Mrs. 8°f1 M°fv SMield8',, K. Lakoduk of Max, Mr. and Mrs. D.' H. Bergeman "of Driscoll, and Miss Nettie M. Thorson of Hazelton were among the out of town visitors here today. RETURNING TO JST. PAUL Mrs. Bertha Owen",' of St. Paul, who was called to Bismarck by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Rachel Westmiller, left this morning for her home. Mrs. Westmiller is re ported to be improving nicely. HERE FOR DENTAL WORK Rev. John Fontana and daughters, Hildegard and Bertha, and son, John of New Salem have been spending several days in the city, having den tal work done. STOPS OVER FOR VISIT Miss Clara Naramore, a teacher at Linton stopped over in Bismarck to day for a short visit with friends while on her. way to Grand Forks to visit with relatives. RETURN HOME Mr. and Mrs. Albert Little of Wing who have been shopping here for several days- returned to their home this morning. VISIT FRIENDS HERE Miss Bfanehe Gray of Killdeer vis ited friends here yesterday. She left this niorning for Oregon. En route she will visit in Spokane, Wash, and other point3. LEAVES ON VISIT LEAVE ON SHORT VISIT Major and Mrs. Harold Sorenson this morning for several days visit ii Far jo. rJw.-d Ayr stein of FuUerton Mandan concerns, and will be ex was'in the city yesterday with her panded if increase in traffic demand3. son, William, who was brought in fors medical attention. Mrs. Otto Becker of .Linton who visited and shopped here yesterday, returned to her home this morning. Mr. and Mrs. 0. Hendricte of Under wood shopped and visited with friends her yesterday. L. P. Gellerman, traveling passen ge' ragent for the Northern Pacific, was here yesterCay. Miss Margaret Myers who has bean visiting her parents in Dazey reSirned yesterday. Richard Conrad a barber at Wing, was a city visitor today. Miss Hannah Engescth who spent Christmas at Hazen with friends has returned. Miss Elizabeth Butler Jeft yester day for a few days visit with friends in Lisbon. _!i U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night at Grand Pacific Hotel. First Woman Diplomat United States diplomatic service, is shown taking oath of offi,ce adminis tered by Attorney General John G. Price of Ohio. Miss Atcherson will •tay temporarily at Washington.. THE BE3KARCK TRIBUNE MRS. NEWCOMB'S FATHER PASSES Mrs. George B. Newcomb of Sixth street, who recently returned from St. Paul, where she went to see her father, 0, P. Wolcott, then very ill has received word that he passed1 away Christmas morning at the age of sgventy-six. I CITY NEWS I St. Alexius Hospital Miss Mary Kestner of Glen Ul lin, Mrs. Cecilia Neibauer of Man dan, Nick Hegel of Richardton, Mrs. Sebastian Heinrich of. Solen, Mrs. Joe Wald of Strassburg, Miss Minnie Van Lishout of Mc.tt, Mrs. L. M. Johnson of Falkirk', Albert Anderson of Dawson, Mrs. Claude Newman of Wilton, and M. J. Sod l:er of the city have entered the St. Alexius hospital for treatment. Mrs. Alfred Kruger of Danzig, and Arthur Dreyer of the city have been discharged from the hospital. Bismarck Hospital Mr3. Fred Grenz of Fredonia, Jacob Kraft of Zap. George F. Robbins, of Ryder, Mrs. E. E. Fos ter of Beulah, John Malke of Krem, Lloyd Stevens of Halliday, F. B. Bennet of Wilton, Raleigh, Baker of Glen Ullin, Bertha Goebel of Lehr, Baby Lorraine Nicola of the city, and P. J. Leegard of Balfour have entered the Bismarck hospital for treatment. Miss Eleanor Mc Cabe of Steele. Mrs. Caroline Mill m"' ft*'er of Golden Valley'have been dis- charged from the r? Miss Gertrude Smith left this morning for Valley City to visit with Miss Jeanette Westergaard and later to visit Miss Eleanor Farr in Fargo. VISITED HERE AyUsselman of Almont vis- Mrs. te(J with 'Miss Hildar Jacobson yes- Mrs. J. D. McCusker of Braddock spent Christmas in the city as the GUEST OF GRANDDAUGHTER Mrs. M. J. Gillette of W|ng is the guest of her granddaughter, Mrs. Jessie HarriSj for the week. *hospital. AT THE MOVIES THE ELTINGE. If you believe that diamonds known as "pink gods' have no pOwer over weak'women you are in erroif. One can go further and assert that they exert their power .over all man kind and they have been responsible for ntore crime than many be attrib uted to any other agency. In "Pink Gods," a new Paramount picture featuring Bebe Daniels, James Kirkwood, Anna Q. Nilsson and Raymond Hatton, which will be seen at the Eltinge theater Friday ^and Saturday ne:/, the baleful influ ence of these beautiful gems, is ad mirably depicted. It is a picturiza tion of Cynthia Stockley's South African romance, "Pink Gods and Blue Demons," and evejy scene of the picture is. vibrant with emotion and thrill. The story deals with two young women who fall under the sway of the little jjink gods anck'one of whom, the character portrayed bjp Bebe Daniels, falls into serious diffi culty when she resorts to theft tovint dulge her craving for the. gems. How the other woman is foisted by cir cumstances and ultimately finds hap piness, is excellently shown. TRAFFIC FROM MANDAN SHOWS BIG INCREASE Traffic between Mandan and Bisr marck has grown remarkably since the opening of the new1 vehicular bridge across the Missouri river. After the business grew to such proportions that it woujd not be well handled in touring/ ca^s, the Roher Taxi company of Bismarck and the Lewis and Clark Taxi company of Mandan have placed in service two Garfield motor buses, which have a capacity of 14 passengers each. William Roher of Bismarck made a trip to Elyria, Ohio, to the Garford factory to obtaiif ipeedy delivery on the bus£s, which are said to be the latest type used in motor ^traffic be tween cities in the east. The busi ness has been placed, upon a per manent basis by the Bismarck and 17 YEAR OLD (By the Associated Press) Chicago, Dec. 28.—An unidenti fied automobile thief was in a city Jail here toda^y because a 12 year old boy aided a policeman in his capture yesterday. Policeman Dennis Jordan saw Che man at tempting to drive away in a motor car and gave chase. Kenneth ^Schubert was playing in a lot across which the pursuit lead. He shouted "halt" and thep fired twice with a rifle. The robber fell, crying out that he had been shot. The policeman found no blood stains and it developed Kenneth had used an air gun, and that the bullets had got even penetrated the fugitive's clothing. MAKES POOR SHOWING (By the Associated Press Yakima, Wash., Dec. 28. —Jess Willard, former heavyweight champion boxer,/ middled poorly 'here last night in two exhibition bouts. He stung Alden Schumach er, a local heavywieght at the start. He later boxed Frank Farmer. U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night at Grand Pacific Hotel. fjoPHffB Coltfg 'onrt to the appointed Stop that coogh BOW with this staple tnaanent that beads ofl the development of sarionaaU menta. It mwrtw liitlsi—d, nn dw tie——, loo—na hid packs phlegm and breaks the cold. Now—stop that coogh in time' —ask your druggist DMONC&S&Ur -msynfforcoqgkt&colds ..Qss* V® J* •T .. Sma 1 r' fot Stork Brings Twins to Royalty Here are the first twins born in eight years to a member of the English royal family. They are Uttle Lady Katherlne Paget (left) and her. tiny brother, the Earl of Uxbrldge, the offspring of the Marchloneah of Anglesey. This is the first picture to be taken of them and wu snapped while they were having their morning airing in the park. AGED ACTRESS BLIND,STAGES COMEBACK New York, Dec. 28.—Mollie Fuller came back to the stage last night. The audience in a Brooklyn theater laughter at the lines she had, and listened appreciatively while she sang of Broadway. Not one knew that Mollie came back to the stage totally blind. Molly Fuller first became known more than a score of years ago as a member of Henry E. Dixey's com pany in "Adonis." Later, with her husband, ns Hallen and Fuller, she play vaudeville houses over the coun try for 25 .years. v. Friends found her last week in a hotel room just off Broadway, penni less, alone and blind. They arranged an act, provided a setting and ob tained engagements for the former Broadway favorite. The part is in geniously arranged to conceal her i/i.ndness. "I thought I never could act again." Miss Fuller said. "But next week we've going back to Broadway, ii .seems too good to be true." U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night at Grand Pacific Hotel. BONHAM Brothers ^hiHiiiHiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiNiitiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiHHiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiuiiiiiimiHUimiiiiiHtiiiiHiitumimumiMHNniaih^ LOGAN'S "We Thank You" APPLES! APPLES!! Wagners. Jumbo Packed. Containing extra fancy, fancy and Grade. Special this week. ^$L00 Heinz Fig Pudding Extra Special thi& week. tail Cans 20J Serve two. Medium Size -40c Serve six. Bulk Cocoa 2 pounds for 25c Bulk Cocoanut Just received another shipment and it is sure good, per pound.. 35c 3 lbs. for. $1.00. All phones 211 118 3rd St. Last delivery Saturday, 4:30. Other week days, 4:00. Close 8 P. M. T7 SWEETCREAM. 3T Ask Request For Extradiction Be Withdrawn (By the Associated Press) Indianapolis, Dec 28.—Governor McCray announced today-that he had received a request from Gov «rnor Nestos of North Dakota to withdraw extradition papers for Jo'urgen Olson, who is under in dictment for embezzlement in con nection with the failure of the Newburgh, Indiana, State Bank. The Indiana executive said the North Dakota Governofis message •gave no reason for the request and he has written for further infor mation. MAKES FINAL REPORT (By the Associated Press) St. Paul, Dec. 28.—Ivan Bowen, 'state fuel administrator today made his final report of fuel activities to Governor J. A. O. Preus, he an nounced. This action, with the Announce ment t'hat C. P. "White, northwest federal fuel distributor, will give tap his offices here Saturday, leaves •the northwest without any fuel di rection, either state or federal. MSCUSS CAPITAL PUNISH MENT (By the Associated Press) St. Paul, Minn., Dec. 28. The executive committee of the Minne sota crime commission today dis- Put that money to #ie best purpose. Buy a Wrist Watch, a thin model man's watch,/Or have your diamond r^lset in arf up-to-date mounting. rniHmiiimitmiiiaimnmHHmiHmiiiiiiiMiimimiHiiiiitiHiiiiiiiiiiJiWMiimiiiiiMiimiiiiiiiiiiuttmiiiiittniMiiiimiiJiiiuiiiiiiQtmtHHUKtwMM^ Large size 80c Serve twelve. cussed capital punlshmenlt, atate constabulary and other questions, relative to the apprehension of criminals behind closed doors. It was at first stated that this jneeting would 'be public, but when the committee convened it wag de cided to hold an executive session,, and all newspaper men were re quested to retire. Heinz Apple Butter of superior flavor and very appetizing, 2 lb glass jar each 60c lExmoor Strawberry and Raspbefry Jam, Apple base, 19-oz jar, 3»c Richelieu Fig Jam. Try this healthful fruit put up this way, l-lb jar each 37c Pearline for wash ing and scrubbing in hard or soft, warm or cold water, small size, each Sc Glencrest thousand island salad dress ing, per bottle ,each Burt Olriey's Cat sup, serve it at every meal, 8-oz bottle 2Sc Cream of Barley, per package 24c Dr. Prices phosphate ibaking powder, per can 25c rVMOLE SALE We think tl\at his idea is a good one. To illustrate: suppose for 1921 you are,likely to require or would wish to provide funds for the follow ing purposes: Taxes on House $150.00 Life and Fire.Insurance. Vacation Trip Christmas Presents Annual Overhauling of Automobile (If you have one) Birthday Present for Wife It can be varied, reduced or enlarged, to meet the requirements of everyone, merchant, professional man, teacher, clerk, mechanic, men and women in every walk of life. The First National Bank The Pioneer Bank Lipplncc^'s App'.e Butter, Richelieu Apricot Preserves. Give the kiddies a real treat, l-lb jar each 14c 'Naptha Washing 'Powder, per package 5c Heinz pork and Beans, one of the famous 57, medium size, 3 cans for 45c 'Royal Garden Tea* Black. Orange Pe koe, 16-lb per pkg. 44c Roman Meal, a se quel to "Brownies" per pkg 35c 'Hunt's Perfect Bak ing Powder, 1-pound size, each 22c SHEFEEfc GROCERY^ Bismarck, H. D. PAGE FIVE €hief Justice Calvin L. Brown,' chairman of the crime commission is also chairman o£ the executive committee. U. C. T. New Year's Dance Saturday night at Grand Pacific Hotel. liiiiiiiiuuiHiiiiinimiiiiiiiituiiiiiiiiiitnimiittutmwiiiiu Two years ago We ran the following advertisement entitled "A Little* Talk on Banking" in the Bismarck Tribune: One of the cleverest and most careful businessmen of Bismarck, told us recently of a plan which h^ had worked out. He said, "You know that sometimes a fellow will find himself short of ready cash when insurance-prem iums come due or the taxes must be paid. Let, me tell you what I did early last year. I estimated the total of the taxes, life and fire insurance and certain other fixed charges for 1920 and then deposited in your sav ings department one-twelfth of that totpl amount, Each month I made siipilar deposit and as a result had on hand during the year and at the close a sum sjiffi cient to meet without any strain on other resources all •expenditures for the purpose for which th£ fund was started." 200.00 200.00 5 OQOO 150.00 50.00 If this is your total ^.......... $800.00 deposit each month in our savings department $66.66 where it will draw interest compounded quarterly, Make a similar deposit each month and see'how easily the plan will work. f' 1 Try it for 1921 and thereafter. 1 The business men to whom we referred yet rec ommends and practices the plan which he outlined at that time.. It will be just as applicable for 1923 as it was in. 1921. 1 S5 "WHERE THRIFTY THOUSANDS TRADE'' Week End Specia's SAVE Make your dollars jo the full limit in ~-r" A dandy uu^.ltute In place of creamery 'butter, efteh 40c 1923 we will help by giv ing you groceries of lrrepr3achablo ex el »0c a 11 for your money. Sandwichola for a real dainty .-sand wich, per jar During the past year we planted the seed I of a bu3ine93 that is showing a normal healthy growth, be cause it is operated on a principle that is in harmony with the spirit of the times. So we face the next 365 days days with an optom- ism that is bound to carry us to our cov eted goal. Cream of .Rye. De licious for breakfast per package 18c Free delivery on or ders of $3.00 or over' ETAIL.