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THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1924
Social and Personal
District W. C. T. U.
Convention To
Crystal Springs
The annual convention of the 11th
district of the W. C. T. U. will hold
their meetings at Crystal Springs on
May 30th and 31st, Friday and Sat
urday. The district is comprised of
Kidder and Burleigh counties. Mrs.
C. G. Boise and Mrs. Sarah Anke
inann are the delegates from this
city.
The program for the two days fol
lows:
Friday Afternoon
4 o’clock
* Convention called to order by the
President.
Devotions Mrs. Sara W.
Ankcmann.
Roll-call of officers and delegates,
responded to by late prohibition
t news.
Reading; of Minutes Mrs. E. A.
• Hull, See.
Appointment of committees: Creden
tials, nominating, financial, reso
lutions, plfecc of meeting.
Reports of district officers; Presi
dent, Corresponding secretary,
Treasurer.
Fair and open air meetings
Mrs. Sara W. Ankemann
Anti-Narcotics Mrs. Rosewald
Vocal Solo Alice Stans
Singing.
Friday Evening
6:30 o’clock
Banquet.
Invocation Reverend Sorenson
Singing—Atncricn
address cf Welcome
Mrs. John Burton
Response Mrs. C. D.Rogers
Lighting of Candles
Spirit of Prohibition
Voice of Prohibition
8:00 o’clock
Devotions —Crusade Psalm
i Mrs. L. E. Heaton
Miraic * .
The White Ribbon Recruits Cere
mony
t Address—Lav/ Enforcement ..
Special Music
Miss Jennie Montgomery
Symposium “Why nnd Why Not'*
The Greater Task Ahead .*
Mrs. Nccia Buck
Singing “It is in the Constitution”
Saturday Morning
i 8:30 o’clock
Devotions —146 Psalm
Prayer Mrs. Harry Mieirs
Report of the Unions
Questioirßox
Report of Committees
Election of Officers
Unfinished Business
Noon-tide Prayer
PLAYGROUNDS OPEN
The opening of the William Moore
Playground was last evening and
will continue for the summer every
Tuesday arid Friday evening. About
75 were present which is a Very en
couraging beginning.
Tonight the playgrounds at the
Richholt and Roosevelt schools vVill
open. They will continue every
Monday and Thursday night. To
morrow night the Wachter play
ground will open and will be held
every Tuesday and Friday evening.
IS ADVANCED
A. J. Arnot, G. H. Russ and L. R-
Baird, the latter representing Dick
inson, have returned from Devils
Lake where they attended the
Knights Templas Conunandery con
clave. Mr. Russ was advanced from
paptain-general to generalissimo,
the -second officer in the line. Man
dan was voted the 1925 conclave and
Ott Bauer was advanced to grand
commander. Minot won the drill
cup, with Devils Lake second.
MONDAY CLUB ENTERTAINED
AT LUNCHEON
Mrs. H. A. Brandes, Mrs.' A. M.
Brandt and Mrs. V. J. Laßose en
tertained the Mdhday Club at a
luncheon held at the home of Dr.
and Mrs. Laßose. The time was
spent at bridge. Four tables were
at ploy during the afternoon with
honors going to Mrs. W. E. Lahr. The
rooms were beautifully decorated
with yellow roses.
* RETURN FROM DETROIT
* Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Meyer have re
turned from Detroit, Michigan and
Chicago, motoring through. Increase
in the number of fatal auto acci
dents has caused Detroit police to
.become very stringent in their
traffic regulations, Mr. Meyer said.
FURNISH TRANSPORTATION
Automobiles will be furnished for
members of the Auxiliary, War Mo
thers and Legion who wish to go to
th,c cemetery for the decoration of
fgraves. All those who wish to go,
|mect at the Legion hall, Friday
morning at 9 o'clock.
RETURNS HOME
Mrs. Emil Pederson of Minnea
polis, who has been spending the
week with Rev. and Mrs.' Hanson of
Washburn left this morning for her
home.
IN THE CITY ON BUSINESS
M. O. Hall of Mohall, candidate
for Congress in the Third district
was in Bismarck yesterday.
FRECKLES
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; tie
move Them With Othine-7-
. Doable Strength
This preparation for the removal
of freckles is so successful in re
moving freckles and giving a clear,
oeautiful complexion that it is sold
inder guarantee to refund the money
if it fails.
Don’t hide your freckles under a
veil; get an ounce of Othine and re
move them. Even the first few ap
tlications should show a wonderful
mprovement, some of the lighter
freckles vanishing‘entirely.
JBe sure to ask the druggist for
the dbiuble strength Othine; it is
his that is sold on the money-back
ruarantee. *
• * » -Adv.
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St. Mary’s Class
To Graduate
Here Tonight
Commencement exercises for the
third graduating class of St. Mary s
AcAdemy will be held this evening
at St. Mary's auditorium at eight
o'clock. Those completing the high
school course are Nicholas H.
Woehle, Clement E. Kelley, Hilde
gard C. Beastrom, Josephine M.
Charlebois and 'Barbara M. Mar
quart. Class colours are, cerise and
silver; class motfctb: “Out of the
harbor into the billowy sea"; and
the class flower is' the red tulip.
Rev. Father Slag will ‘deliver the
commencement address and present
the diplomas. The program fol
lows: ■
Life's Mirror—High School Chor
us.
Saxophone Duct— Howard Murphy,
William Corrigan.
Address—Nicholas If. Woehle.
Piano Duct Deeds of Valor—Ka
therine Boespflug, Margaret Boehm.
Cornet Duct—Herman. Batzer,
George Jaszkowiak.
Address and Presentation of Di
plomas—Father Slag.
Journey's End—High School Chor
us.
If
NO SOLICITING TOMORROW
The Poppy drive will he carried
on today but there will be no soli
citing tomorrow. There will be girls
on the street with poppies should
anyone wish to buy them. Remem
ber that the big poppies are , for dec
oration and that they also'may be
obtained from the girls or at the
Grand Pacific.
Mrs. G. F. Bird was the captain
for Wednesday in charge at the
Grand Pacific with Mrs. Berry and
Mrs. Ray Stair as her lieutenants.
The young ladies assisting in the
selling were: Amin Katz, Wilma Ol
son, Elizabeth Butler, Andrea Mc-
Donald, Ellen Coghlan, Elaine Bow
man, Helen Kobidou and Mildred
Peterson.
The proceeds for Wednesday were*
$31.28.
NESTOS ON SPEAKING TOUR
Governor Nestos, after spending
some time in his office here yes
terday, resumed his speaking tour,
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Cut out
heavy foods
s
Winter is over. The appetite craves light,
nourishing, easily digested foods. Give
Nature a chance. Eat
IShreddedl
IWheat
Cover the Biscuit with red, ripe berries
and serve with cream and sugar. No
short-cake was ever so good, and none
so easily and quickly prepared. No white
flour soggy dough just crisp, oven
baked shreds of whole wheat with lus
cious berries. Delicious for breakfast,
for lunch, for dinner.
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LOGAN’S
"We* Thank You"
“MEMORIAL DAY”
Out of respect to the boys that were
and the boys that are. We will close our
store at 11 A. M. giving one delivery in
morning at 10 o'clock.
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Kindly give us your cooperation.
All Phones 2*l 118—3rd St.
Last Delivery Saturday 4:30 p. ns. Other week daya
4:00 p. m. Close 8:00 p. m.
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going to Flasher last night, and
speaking at towns on the Mott line
today. He speaks in MAndan tomor
row.
PRESBYTERIAN C. E. TO HOLD
RALLY
There will bo ’ a Christian En
deavor Rally at the Presbyterian
church tonight at eight o'clock. The
following program will be present
ed :
We will have a real *old fashioned
seng service the first fifteen min
ntos. led by Mrs. Fred Hanson.
Rev. L. R. Johnson of the Baptist
church will preside.
Rev. H. C. Postlethwaite of the
Presbyterian church will conduct the
devotionals. ,
Mrs. Bavendick and Mr. Frunk
Gale will render a few solos.
The address will be made by Miss
Margarett M. Bradt, the Field Sec
retary for Christian Endeavor, who
is making her last trip before the
State C. E. Convention which will
be held in Fargo, June 12-15.
The American Legion will furnish
cars for the members, of the Wom
en's Relief Corps for the Memorial
Day Parade and all those who intend
to he in tin* parade will meet at the
Grand Pacific at 1:30.
Rev. C. F. Strut/, is expected to
return tonight from Chicago, where
he went directly from Drake, North
Dakota, after attending the Evan
gelical conference there.
Mr. and Mrs. Val Benz of Moffit
motored to Bismarck yesterday to
attend the Retail Merchants Con
vention being held here Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday.
The War pothers who arc going
to take part in the parade are re
quested to meet at the Grand Pacif
ic tomorrow afternoon at 1:45
o’clock.
E. T. Judd, state fish and game
commissioner, is here from Cando
on business for the department.
Mr. A. W. Bart/., merchant of Gar
rison, is in the city attending the
Retail Merchants Convention.
The vacation bible school will hold
their regular session tomorrow
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with berries
WILL FURNISH CARS
EXPECTED BACK TODAY
ATTE NDING CONVENTION
T 6 .MEET AT G. P
HERE ON BUSINESS
HERE FROM GARRISON
BIBLE SCHOOL WILL MEET
THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE
morning. The attendance is very
encouraging, 315 being present this
morning. *
LEAVES FOR IOWA
Elmer Beithon and wife left yes
terday for lowa City where Mr.
Beithon will finish his course in
medicine,
ELK’S BAND TO MEET
Members of the Elk’s Band are
asked to meet at one P. M. tomorrow
for a short practice.
SPENDS DAY IN CITY
* Mrs. Tong of Linton was in town
yesterday shopping and visiting with
friends.
I CITY NEWS
Banks Closed Memorial Day
Bismarck banks will be closed
Memorial Day, a legal holiday.
Visit Linton
A. F. Bradley, secretary of the
Association Af Commerce, took sev
eral members of the Juvenile Band,
dressed as wandering musicians, to
Linton today to aid in the Legion
Auxiliary home talent carnival be
ing held there.
Bismarck Hospital
Admitted to the Bismarck hospital
for treatment. Miss Bessie Lym,
Minneapolis, Minn.; Klin Lust, Lehr;
Mrs. A. Kroger, Ercdonia; James
Makedonski, Steele; Kasper Zauncr,
Mott. Discharged: Thomas Klippc,
Kin tyre; Emma Bncslu, New Leip
zig; T. E. Hudson, Beach; Miss
Celia Sanders, city; Floyd Schaffer,
Ashley.
St. Alexius Hospital
Admitted Miss Irene Tschaek
ofske, Dodge; Master Val. Mutli,
Dickinson; Miss Veronica Schv/nr
zenberger, Beulah; .Miss Katheiinc
Schwarzcnherger, Beulah; Isl is s
Louise Wiest, Kintyro; Mrs. Herman
Glum, Glencoe; Mrs. Jerry Stefan
owich, Wibaux, Mont.; Mrs. L. Lotan
Wills; Master Herbert O’Harc, City.
Discharged: Mr. Ludwig Rath,
Glen Ullin; Miss Margaret Moser,
Mandati; Miss Leone Arntz, Burn
stad; Mrs. Fritz Hetzel, Pollock, S.
OtrtTodoy
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Victor
records
RED SEAL RECORDS
Hungarian Dance No. 4, in B Minor
Rondine (Vieuxtempa) Violin Solot
both by Cecilia Hanaon
Victor Record No. 6447, 12-inch
A Brown Bird Singing (Barrie-Wood)
Siltin’ Thinkin’ (Tempeat-Fiaher)
both by Remold Werrenrath
Victor Record No. 964. 10-inch
LIGHT VOCAL SELECTIONS
Lore Makes the World a Merry-Go-Round
I Like My Old Homo Town (Louder)
both by Sir Harry Lauder
s
Victor Record No. 55222. 12-inch
A Little Bit O* Honey (Wilton-Jacob-Bond)
Sonny Boy (Curran) both by Olive Kline
Victor Record No. 45412, 10-inch
When Love Comet Stealing Lewis James
I’m Waiting for Ships That Never Come In
Bruce Wallace
Victor Record No. 19326, 10-inch
MELODIOUS INSTRUMENTAL
Sunshine Capers Piano Solo
Rufenreddy Piano Solo
Victor Record No. 19320. 10-inch
DANCE RECORDS
The Little Wooden Whistle Wouldn’t Whistle
—Fa* Tret with vocal refrain
Arabianna—Fox Trot
both by S. S. Leviathan Orchestra
Victor Record No. 19323, 10-inch
Oriental Love Dreams—Fox Trot
My Daddy’s Dreamtime Lullaby—Fox Trot
both with voca I refrain by
Coon-Sanders Original Night Hawk Orchestra
Victor Record No. 19325. 10-inch
Wait’ll You See My Gal—Fox Trot
The Benson Orchestra of Chicago
Eileen-Fox Trot Jean Goldkette and His Orch.
Victor Record No. 19327, 10-inch
HOSKINS-MEYER
Exclusive Victor -Dealers
Bismarck, N. D.
New Victor Record*, Once a Week
Every Week —Friday
CANDIDATE
—for —
Member of Board of Educa
tion at school election
Tuesday, June 3rd.
GEO. F. WILL X
“Thank You.”
DR. R. S. ENGE
, Chiropractor
Consultation Free
Lucas Blk. Bismarck, N. D.
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D.; Mr. F. E. Hoffman, City; Mr. H
K. Murphy, City.
Dr. C. O. Robinson was believed to
be doing well in a Minneapolis hos
pital. where he is suffering from in
juries sustained when a street car
came off a "Y” and crushed him as
he was getting in an automobile uf
ter making purchases at n grocery
store. No word bad been received at
the Quain and Ramstad clinic from
Dr. V. J. Laßose, who is in Minne
apolis, and this was taken as cer
tain evidence that Dr. Robinson was
progressing nicely. It. M. Bergeson
of this city visited him in the hos
pital in Minneapolis.
I AT THE MOVIES !
AT THE CAPITOL
The most thrilling picture of the
year is “The Shooting of Dan M'c-
Crew,” the new screen version of th >
famous Robert W. Service poem
made by the Sawycr-Lubin company
for Metro, which opened last night
a the Capitol Theatre. Barbara I.a
Marr was The Lady Known as Lou,
and never has she appeared more
beautiful nor as filled with drama-
tic fin- as in this surging story of
live in the Yukon. Lew Cody play
nl Dnnerous Dan McGrow, and he
made the character one of grim
sternness and villiany.
The Metro version of the poem
goes back to the years before the
killing in the Alaskan saloon, atm
shows the early married life of Lou
See
Dodge-
Brothers
Four
Passenger
Coupe
Roy Bargy
Roy Bargy
I)oin& Well
Tomorrow Night
Juvenile Band Benefit Concert
Snappy program. Make it a community affair.
Eight Fifteen Sharp in
evening at Auditorium.
—All Seats Fifty Cents —
There should not be a
vacant seat.
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1 HELP PROMOTE BAND AND MAKE POSSIBLE 1
1 OPEN AIR FREE CONCERTS THIS SUMMER ON §j
1 COURT HOUSE LAWN AND AT CUSTER PARK. 1
Memorial Day , May 30th
and Jim. Winifred Dunn, who is ac
eiclited with the scenario, is said
to have based her Continuity on the
true story of how the af/air happen
ed, as revealed by an eye-witness
who knew the events leading up to
the tragedy.
THE KI.TTNGE
Thomas Mcighan in his latest,
"Pied Piper Malone" shows at the
Kltingc theatre, today, tomorrow and
Saturday. The story ir. an original
one written for the screen by Booth
Tutkington. Lois Wilson is the girl
and George'Fawcett, Cyril Ring and
Charles Stevenson with n flock of,
the cutest kids ever seen on the
screen are in the cast.
It's a story of sea-faring folk,
ships and shipping of small-town
romance with an appeal not unlike
that of ‘‘The Bachelor Daddy." Mr.
Mcighan had a good taste of the sea
in /‘Homeward Bound" and has tried
his luck at it again.
nance tonight at Odd Fel
lows Hall. Good music.
Cook by Electricity.
It is Cheaper.
DR.M.E. BOLTON
Osteopathic Physician
IliMi 4lli St. Telephone 2MI
Bismarck, N. 1).
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A. W. LUCAS COMPANY
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(IS THE NIGHT)
of this interesting organization.
Don’t Forget the Date
Auspices Bismarck Association of Commerce.
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Memorial
Let us HONOR the DEAD and the
LIVING who have fought for FREE- 1
DOM and JUSTICE. *
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TOMORROW
We Close All Day
PAUSING FOR A
BRIEF SPELL TO HONOR
THOSE WHO FOUGHT
THE GOOD FIGHT—
GAVE THEIR ALL
FOR THIS OUR LAND
AND YOUR LAND
AND WHO NOW REST.
of the
Four o’clock in afternoon at Bismarck
High School Auditorium Following
Legion Memorial Exercises.
Adults Fifty Cents.
Children Fifteen Cents.
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