Newspaper Page Text
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1925
Social and Personal Mrs. Keller and Mrs. Lahr Give Two Bridge Parties Mrs. 11. F. Keller ami Mrs. E. V. Lahr entertained on Friday and Sat urday at the honw of the latter, 15 Avenue B, West, with eight tables of bridge each day. A Thanksgiving niotil \va ; carried out. in all appoint ment; and in the course luncheon, served after the play. Ln I liuay honors were won by Mrs. ,|. I. Iluvck and Mrs. J. C. Tay lor. Saturday Mrs. J. I. Sctscr and Mrs. Price Owens held high honors. Mrs. Elliott and Mrs. Gross Give Party Saturday Mrs. Phillip Elliott ?md Mrs. Ro land (.loss entertained at an aftor noon bridge party Saturday at Mrs. Elliott s home. Four tables of bridge wore played, honors going to Mrs. O. \V. Roberts and Mrs. W. L. Divin. An unusually attractive color scheme in vivid autumn colors was carried out in the decorations. A course luncheon was served at the conclusion of play. COUNCIL MEETS The Women’s Community Council held its regular meeting in the rest room of the Masonic temple Saturday afternoon. Miss Mary Cashel gave a very interesting talk on girl welfare work in Bismarck. After a discus sion of conditions pointed out by Miss Cashel the council agreed to urge the cooperation of the various organizations, particularly the wom en’s clubs, to work with the youth of the city to better these delinquent conditions. Mrs. Nellie Evarts, representing the Bu siness and Professional Wom en’s club, brought a message from that organization urging the neces sity of a police woman for Bismarck. Miss Helen Katen, secretary of the North Dakota Tuberculosis associa tion, gave an account of what has been done in the past on the sale of Christmas seals. The council voted to take charge of the seals this year and will also give its loyal support to the Red Cross drive. Attendance at the meetings of the council has not been satisfactory. The members believe that the coun cil has become a real factor in the work for a better city and asks the cooperation of every woman in carry ing out the year’s program. It is hoped that every delegated or sub stitute will do her best to attend the council meetings in the future. TEACHING! AT UNIVERSITY Miss Rita Murphy is among the students at the University who arc receiving actual practice in teaching in the school of education this se mo.«t«r. She is teaching in the Uni versity high school. MOTOR TO FLORIDA Ren Courier and Adolph Staak left this morning by car for Florida. Mr. Courier and Mr. Staak plan to boost tho Missouri slope country on their trip. They will be joined by C. A. Rust about December 1. VISITED MR. AND MRS. FISHER Mrs. Charles Dean of Lark stopped in Bismarck for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher. Mrs. Dean is en route to Minneapolis. HERE FOR WEEK-END Miss Frances Whitaker who teaches in one of the county schools, spent the week-end in Bismarck with f riciuls. TONSIL OPERATION Miss Vivian Martincson underwent an operation for the removal ot her tonsils today at the St. Alexius hos pital. RETURNS HOME Miss Ella Berg and Miss Raima M. Tyrhus have returned to their home iii Mercer after a short visit in the city. MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET The Missionary Society of the Presbyterian church will meet Thurs day afternoon, in the church parlors. FROM BEULAH Miss Mina Sender and Mrs. Max Martel I of Beulah spent the week end in Bismarck with friends. VISITED HERE Mrs. F. K. Wcrnli has returned to Tier home in Hazen after a short vis it in the city with friends. GIRL RESERVES TO MEET The Girl Reserves of the Presby terian church will meet tonight in the church parlors. HERE SATURDAY Mrs. A. J. Tjenstrom of Washburn was in the city Saturday on business. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Regular meeting Bismarck Chapter No. 10 Tuesday even ing. Nov. 10. dt 8:00 o’clock. All members and visiting Royal Arch members urged to attend. The Weather Generally fair tonight and Tuesday; not much change. OPEN EVENINGS SNAPPY NECKWEAR. Bergesoris Quality-Style-Economy : ff! Mrs. Faber Is Hostess at a Bridge Luncheon Mrs. A. T. Faber was hostess at her home on West Rosser at a prettily planned bridge luncheon at one o’clock Saturday afternoon. There were twelve guests. During the afternoon three tables of bridge were played, honors going to Mrs. George Ebert and Miss Mar tha Scheffer of St. Paul, sister and house guest of Mrs. J. J. Ermatinger. Afternoon Bridge Given Saturday by Mrs. Laßue Mrs. L. A. La Rue was hostess on Saturday afternoon to four tables of bridge at an attractively appoint ed party. Honors were won by Mrs. E. 11. 'Light, Mrs. A. W. Gussncr an I 'Mrs. E. A. Brown. Lavcndar and yellow chrysanthe mums adorned the house and the same colors were carried out in all appointments. Mrs. A. W. Gussncr as sisted the hostess. A course lunch eon was served. MARRIAGE SATURDAY George Oliver Strand, Center, N\ l>., and Mis Ruth Bessie Wilder of Man dan were united in marriage at the Methodist Episcopal parsonage at 8 o’clock Saturday evening, Rev. Walter E. Vater officiating. The bride was attractively attired in a gown of white satin charmousc and wore a strand of ncarls. A short ring service was used. Mr. and Mrs. Strand will make their home in Man ikin. PROGRESSIVE MOTHER’S CLUB ENTERTAINS The Progressive Mother’s club en tertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roy Riggs at the first of a series of parties given to raise funds lor Christmas charity work. Three tables of bridge were played during the afternoon, after which a luncheon was served. CANDIDATES FO»R OFFICE Bruce Murphy, Willis Shepard anil Clara Hultbcrg of Bismarck are can didates for class offices at the elec tion scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 11. at the University of North Dakota. Mr. Murphy and Miss Hultbcrg are candidates for treasurer and vice president of the sophomore class, re spectively, and Mr. Shepard is run ning for the office of president of the freshman class. HERE SATURDAY Miss Frances Mallory of Ellcndalc, for several years principal of the William Moore school in Bismarck, was in the city Saturday visiting friends. She was cn route home af ter attending teachers’ institutes at various cities in the state. REHEARSAL TONIGHT The cast of 80 people for “Don’t Park Here” will he rehearsed at the Rialto theatre this evening at 7:10 o'clock. All B. P. W. members arc invited by the director to be pres ent. LEAVES FOR SAN DIEGO George I). Mann left Sunday morn ing for San Diego, Cal., where he was called by the serious illness of his sister. MOTOR TO DRAKE Mr. and Mrs. Bert Heilstrom of Wilton were in the city yesterday en route to Drake where they visited relatives. STERLING VISITOR Miss Julia Clark has returned to her home in Sterling after spending two days in Bismarck, Inc guest of friends. COME FROM MINNEAPOLIS Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph A. Betts have moved to Bismarck from Minneapolis. They arc at home at -J 14 West Rosser. VISITED DAUGHTER Mrs. J. M. Sumuclson of Underwood visited her daughter, Irene, in Bis marck over the week-end. WEEK-END VISIT Miss Lucille DcLong of Baldwin was a week-end visitor in the city. FN STEELE TODAY Mrs. F. L. Conklin is spending the day in Steele on business. VfSITS IN DRISCOLL M iss Raychel Voight visited in Driscoll at the H. T. Thomas home over Sunday. WEEK-END VISIT Miss Violet Sapp of Sterling was visiting in the city over the week end. ON BUSINESS B. G. Lawyer of McKenzie was a business visitor in the city today. MEET TONIGHT A regular meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America will be held this evening at 8 o’clock. HERE FROM HAZELTON Luella M. Thompson, Hazelton, spent a few days last week in Bis marck with friends. LEAVES FOR CHICAGO Theodore Quanrud left Saturday for Chicago and; other eastern points on a ten days’ business trip. MOVING HERE Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stack anu daughter of Braddock are moving into Person Court. HERE OVER WEEK-END Mr. and Mrs. George Knoll of Me Kcnzie were visiting in Bismarcl over the week-end. ON BUSINESS Phillip Wall motored from Turtle Lake Saturday to transact business in the city. HERE SUNDAY Miss Vendla Vitalis was the guest of friends in Bismarck over Sunday. GUEST HERE Miss Phyllis Krueger of New Salem was a-week-end guest in Bismarck. Hear Evangelist James to morrow evening at the City Auditorium. On account of not sufficient room at the Evangelical church crowds have been turned away. This is your opportunity to hear him, ./•in/. *. .,.. ,.j ....«....* SOMETHING NEW IN EAR RINGS Miss Iteva Howard of Seattle. Wash., sprung something n“\v i:i car rings at a novelty pageant 'there. Appearing as “progress in elec tricity," she was decorated with ‘‘glowing bull)" and “singing tube.” BURKE— M cLEAX Irvin W. Burke anil Sarah McLean were united in mairiage Satuuiav m Bismarck. They will make tneir homo here. Mrs. Burke formerly taught in the city schools ami Mr. Burke has been instructor in the schools at Dodge. r ro visit Relatin'es Miss Hardy Jackson anil Mrs. Har vey Jackson left this morning for Freemont and other points in Ohio where they will visit their brother and other relatives. They will be gone several weeks. LEAVES WITH GUEST Mi ss Martha Scheiber, who has been the house guest of her sister, Mrs. J. J. Ermatinger. will leave tomorrow for her home in St. Paul. She will be accompanied by Mrs. Ermatinger who will visit in St. Paul. MISSIONARY SOCIETY TO MEET The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Episcopal church will moot Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Noggle, 718 Fourth street. Mrs. F. L. Wat kins will be leader. IS IMPROVING Sadie Louise Kannon of Dickinson, who has been employed in Bismarck for several months, lias been serious ly ill, but is reported today a im proving. VISITS HERE Mrs. Roy Rust of Leith visited over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swenson. Mrs. Rust’s mother is ill at a local hospital. VISITING PARENTS Mrs. R. K. Random of Sterling is visiting in the city at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. King, 'JJ;> Second street. RETURNS HOMi- Matt Klooti'n has returned to his home in Kulm after spendin g some time in Bismarck and vicinity. from McKenzie Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Clizbi* of Mc ''enzi*' spent Saturday and Sunday in the city visiting friends. Spent Sunday here Mrs. Charles Noon of Wilton spent Sundae in tho city with her sister, Mrs. Mattie Hill. BUYING TRIP Surah Gold of the Sarah Gold Shop has gone to New York on a winter buying trip. GUESTS HERE SUNDAY Miss Verna Waist rand and Miss Horn of Glen Ullin were guests at the O. Lundquist home over Sunday. MRS. FOGLE HERE Mrs. E. D. Fogle, Linton, is sp'.-nd jng several days in Bismarck on bus iness. WEEK-END VISIT Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Doyle spent the week-end in Sterling with relatives. VISIT OVER SUNDAY, Mr. and Mrs. ('. J. Tulberg visited in Mott over Sunday with relatives. ROYAL ARCH MASONS Regular meeting Bismarck Chapter No. 10 Tuesday even ing, Nov. 10, at 8:00 o’clock. AH members and visiting Royal Arch members, urged to attend. #FILPIS DEVELOPED^ Ibutoncel IFTNNEY3J %MILY PHOTO JEftVKE# BIJMrtRCK J DR. M. E. BOLTON Osteopathic Physician 116 4th St. Telephone 240 W Bismarck, N. 0. The Helling Agency General Insurance and Bonds. First Guaranty Bank Bldg. Phone 877 Bismarck, K. D. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE Choose Mate Wisely Advises Cynthia Grey IIY CYNTHIA GREY Again the question lx '.i up, “What is happiness .' How can if he attained ! Ibis time it s a new- item that | brings up the query. “Fifi” Widener ! Leidy lias sued for divorce at Xarris | town, Pa. | Nearly six years ago “Fifi.” daugh ; ter ol Joseph Widener. millionaire i art collector, eloped with a relatively poor young man. Carter Leidy. Uni j vcr.sit.\ of Pennsylvania student. ( out j i lent that their love would stand I the gruelling of time, they acceded | to demands of tho bride’s father that • the young hu-ha ml prove himself. 7 oung Leidv went to work in a foundry ai Berwick, Pa., starting in as a laborer. The couple, apparent ly happy, lived on his salary,- enter tained their friends among his fellow workmen, and survived the proba tion period. They were welcomed home after a year by Widener and commenced living the life to which “Fifi” had been accustomed. Rumors of trouble began almost a year ago, when “Fifi” made a trip to Europe alone. She denied that she was intending to obtain a divorce | abroad, but the rumors proved them selves tine after her return. I The papers in the divorce suit have been impounded, and the allop tines I made are not known except to “Fifi” j and her attorneys, but the fact r--- i mains that the mai riage, which ! started with so much promise, lin guae on a reef. It is evident that money alone can not bring liappincs. , be -au e the young couple now have ample for their needs. It would be equalli wrong, however, to credit poverty ; with being the answer. The Leidys j were in their first year of marriage I then. Although poor, they still had j the excitement of a new situation J and new problems to carry th-m th: ough. | In the end. it always happen that true Happiness in married life i come only from mutual affix tion, I mutual respect and mutual i!esirc> for the present and he future. When infatuation departs and the continual test of life begins, it is, those 'who have chosen wisely and with a knowl edge of the real personality of then partners who can truthfully say they have been happy as they near Un close of life. For Zap coal, call 1051 W Frank Everts. • - PAY, fc j - ll C 7) “GO TO’’ I S HARRINGTON’S ■ S iTiir\ i, i \ Tomorrow and have your IHI WAVE- hair done for Armistice jp BOYS and GIRLS On fer every empty O. V. B. Coffee can you bring to our office at 207 Broadway. HCCARTHY-TYSONCO. BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA. Golden West Laundry and Dry Cleaning. Three services—Family Washing Finished, Rough Dry and Dry. PHONE 2 5 8 BISMARCK 24 hour service on parcel post orders. MANDAN, '- - - - N. DAK.- At The Movies 1 1 Cue of tin; most unique sitiri I tions in modern photoplay presen tati. n is brought to light m "S in m thi' Jester." Frances Marion’s cur rent pro Miction, which th<> Capitol theatre will offer its patrons to-| night. It may he totaled a “four cornered triangle. ’’ Three men' love ilie same woman, a circus taler. One. an iinliffep’nt wooer, another her husband from whom she is f.'paiated. and the third all mutual friend who attempts to Break uthe new rom ill. •: hut l'inuelf fai’s for her beauty. tie: rg-- .Melford win i irectc 1 the' picture was careful in the selee tie u of featured players and In* 1 made ii understood that during th-> i film'iig of the story, all player; were t■ i ahsolutely n 1 1ur iI. Lillian Kb li and Eugene O’l’rien head the cast. Edmund Hunts is the lover whom O'Hrien would se-'k j to separate from Miss Hi h. Henry Walthall is th • * jealous husband.: Aside from the domestic angles in the pi .nluction. the sec-nes of i which are laid in London and ini the c)i i 'i>t there i* a circus sc j queiice w hicli Veen lls old days In j the l.ih'-r and entlie'- and bring • del s gv‘ i ' the i iiil i: en, for the.> ' will see i ie el iwns. wild animal..; performing dogs and horses an 1 a j ccmpl' ie viie' show cf human I curiosities. I LTIVGi: THEATRE Imagine, if you e;:n. a ship on j lip' at sea. A leopard his escaped J from a cage in the deck and ia i driving the panic stricken passer.-j g rs into the water. One man and I one woman are left aboard an 1 j when they rush to the las*; remain ; ng Lfciioat they timl the leap rd cronciii .1 in it ready to light for po- session. That is only one of the many r ’ j mark.i!d> thrilling episodes u; “The Half Way Girl.’ which is be ; ing featured ,il the Eltinge today j and Tuesday. Even more thrilling j is tile spec!ae’e of tho ship he : ne. I blown to atoms, stirring lights he-1 tween men iiv'r a woman, a bean ! tifu 1 love story, eolortiil settings! and extraordinary photoplay. This j is one of tho best pictures Karl \ Hudson has ever made for First National. In the featured n les are Dori? Keny n and Lloyd Hughes. Suit porting them is a cast consisting of Hi hart Hosworth. Sam Hardy. Tally Marshall, Teddy Simpnui. Silly IT me mil Charle; Wellesley. PALATE, >IA MEAN opening tin' vaudeville program ut the Faime tomorrow are Frank and May Stanley, who appear in “Hopes and Joke-. ’ Their c >whoy and cowgirl tricks with the ropes, accompanied by a running fire of jokes, are highly entertaining and amusing. Huberts and Davis conn* next in their "Kttrnl Revue. 11 cornedv singing, talking and dom ing sk.L Doyle and the Day Sk iers introduce harmony singing. ukt-U'li lazz numbers, piano and dancing in “V llnnnoni" Singing Specialty. I'iie Laugh Marrago” All ailments of the feet sue cess fully treated. Clara B. Wcstphal <Tiiru|MHlM. Room II Webb Bldg. SHIRTS In size IT) alone, we can show you over 200 shirts— other sizes large solccti ms. $2.00 and up. KLEIN’S TOGGERY < VINO!. TIIK A Till PHONE 96 MANDAN is a distinctive title conferred cn Hilly Broad by the American K\ peditionury forces ilurng the war wlieu lie appeared s before the doughboys. lie is recognized as' one of America's leading blackface t funsters. The Alaska Trio present ! an ice vkuting novelty act called * “A Night on the Yukon,” and can;, their own preparations and elec tricnl effects and have a very good act. The feature picture on Die van decide program is “'the Doom erang. ’ with Anita Stev.art an i lierl l.yt dl appearing in the tea tilled roles. I CITY NEWS i YOI’NB MAN Hills Klmuml ,1. kr/.mar/oak el Diiri-tm. L!l-\r i: eld I'anm’r, died Suiitbtv all • r a short din es in a local hospital. Ale. kiY.mar/.ick graduated 1 loin too Dui rison h.gh sciiool last spring and ha a large circle of friends in ;hat dis trie!. Funeral services will l>c held Tuesday at Harrison. W. E. I'eiry is in charge of the funeral. TALKS TO im;tl si IIOOL s I t OMN I s ltev. Waller K. \ater, pastor ol the Mel 'a he .Methodist Kpiscopal church, talked to tin- Misinarck high school student - Friday morning at the assembly period. A ••r:-> <•' special assemblies arc bciim b'hi t the high school, one ol the local lie. ii isters speak ng at each oac —3o6*^ i jKNOwu S TWI jfWtmM ‘bISMMCM diamonds.- Jtwr no DIAMONDS Ol ii SPECIALTY m We mount uar own I >i.«m m F-. buying them «1 ir• et fri .n Ito importer: \\ iiieh eiia!>l< > u • ; • quote l.i we q possil 1e pl iers. I! conli mplating buying a di.iinoin! or a pil'd' of dia uinnd act jew elry, we won d I I " !,> have '■ m get ported a- t > Qu il'ity, price and worknrii:sli:;» h n coin • to in . F. A. KNOWI.ES Jeweler - Bismarck. Tho House “That Sells I.rt’KY WEIIIHXC KINDS.” nior • si'EV’s and chow 3!i:IN New Palace Cafe I’lmiic ‘Jf_ Mnmlnii 'i'lie Home of Quality Food and Service. Try Our iHlichut* Steak* and (flop*. Vexing Husbands It’s an old problem. But many a wise woman knows. Vexing husbands often arc - tired husbands. And none of the favorite can dies in the house! Well .. . dinner dishes on such a night can wait the few minutes It takes to make Sugar Bowl penuche, always a favorite. He doesn’t like it? . . . nays he doesn’t? Try a plate of it at his elbow tonight while he reads the paper . . with all due precaution to have your own reserve supply well out • of reach. _ Just after dinner a few pieces of good candy . . . (sugar is the most quickly assimilated energi:er to be had) . . . make such a difference. So easy to make by Sugar Hotel Candy Recipes!— FREE The Great Western Sugar Co. Sugar UuilJing Denier, Colorado Great Western Beetjpugar —A Candy-Making Sugar , K&MEKS ROUGH ROOSTERS Cocks o'ike Walk Wherever Candy is Sold DEBATE WORK IS HELIX M c-s Winnifred Kot cr! on, M i •• l’cai-1 Bryant and Mr. Marion Avery of ;hc English depart men t of the high school faculty will be in charge of t!ie debate work at the high school this vtt.ir. A call has hern issued ioi «3"‘ • os> ''.■vjrcbv- V. l M ‘ When f, >Ssi //\-\ ] Dancing Feet VJs m TzviMe Y oLo fc ;vy4 <2X9 A Ifilv A Q Tf a Vw * V efo /d Sr- j/ uS efo Gp A Ssssst ass' CVD A A [ ) A fliV.tcning floor, perfect music, ( ] beautiful women radiantly )caA l J gowned—what a picture. What a l J V 4 night of joy such a setting prom- V y \J iscs, particularly to those whose \J CA9 feet arc shod in lovely evening qXD GYD slippers in which a whole evening AO /\ can he danced away comf ( iY)I I’rocidi'. I ‘atout s, promi .• a v. ~i ■ * f J ga^vo I Q Matinee Fiery Hay \« L’kJ) ,to\i g ii r MOM) \ 3 an.l Tl FSDAY IK)HIS W KENYON, P' \" LLOYD HUGHES. £. -WpjSmjSfm HOISAKT if/ j BOS WORTH * Fnlloyy this tale ;d it moves in dark plan** vvjillt IliHll ami action at every ste|i! They hievv si inillinn dollar *hii» tijt for one 01 its (hill*. NEWS PICTURES COMEDY FOR SALE (will consider a trade) 70 shares of the Bowman Furniture Co. stock. OFFICERS: C. W. Me Gray, Pres. Krist Kjelstrup, Vice- Pres. O. V. Bowman, Manager. INQUIRE OF W. E. PERRY Btemjirck’s Exclusive Funeral Director. PARLORS 210 ■ sth St. PHONE 687 W PAGE FfVl debaters and a »nmbr>r ( . r «ImiP>»o.- have responded. Tryouts will he held in tne near liiiure. ocoavo n......... . has been ordered. Cook with Gas. It’s the Ideal Fuel.