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Smut.:., GBAIN GROWERS—A large per cent, of grain—wheat, oats and barley—is lost each year bv SMUT also Piax Wilt? a germ attacking and wilting the flax plant, effusing the grain grower a great deal of ly t*'" anxiety and loss. You can prevent this. Treat your seed before sowibg it with 4095 For-Mal-De-Hyde .. 1 or Blue Stone. Mpil or leave your orders early. ...re solicit your correspondence re jgarding the treatment of seed-, grain. Beardsley & Finney I) ....DRUGGISTS..-. I! Bismarck, North Dakota lL=7, Farms For Rent or Sale •, One adjoining city, with hay meadow, seventy acres under cul tivation. Also city lots for sale cheap. H. SUTTLE, Box 465 Bismarck, N. D. To Cross the River Passengers-desiring to crosa the Missouri will find a ferry at the foot of the bridge, just above the warehouse." Safe Transportation at All Hours of the Day or Night, "ASK FOR THE FERRYMAN. ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN •\XTANTED—A girl for general housework. VY Mm. M. X. Btrausa. TTTANTKD—Pleasant furnished rooms within VV th-ree blocks of Main street, by two young gentlemen...AddioBB S. and C., Tribune office. "VOUNG. MAN—Wants good position, with business firm in Bismarck. experienced in. mercantile lines. Call at Tribune office. •1*7 ANTED—Good girl foe general housework first-class wages paid for first-class girl. Apply to Isaac P. BakeE, Bismarck Bank, marck, N. D. XKTANTED--men to learn the barber trade, steady practice, expert instructions, etc., until competent. Prepare now for spring rush, thirty days of special offer. For partic and- catalogue address, Moler Barber College,- Minneapolis, Minn. LaBt 1 olars am INSURE WITH (J.l EDICK—SEW YORK LIFE PROFESSIONAL CARDS C. P. J&HUK INSURANCE "«8 And Security Bonds. Phone 15. FIEST NAT BANK BL. XJK ALLEN & COCHRANE ATT0ESBS8 AT LAW il- MOKENZIE BX.03K A. T. PATTERSON ATTOBNET AT LAW Money to Loan FIEST NAT'IJ BANK BLOCK Bismarck, Wttshtburn & Great Fails Railway Co. ::i Official Time Car4 No. 12. Taking effect at 6 a. m. Monday, January 13th, 1901. Daily except Sunday. No. 1". Mis. Stations.-. No. 2, 8:30a.m. 0..Lv..Bismarck..t..Ar. 3:00p. 9:10 a. m. 10..Lv...Arnold..,.t..Lv.2:20p. 9:50a.m. 18.-Lv. Baldwin... t.. Lv.l :50 p. 26.Lv.Chapin Jet..... Lv. 10:20 a. m. 27.Ar.. Wilton...... t..Lv.l:15 p. 28 ..Chapin. 11:30 a.m. 27 Lv..Wilton....t..Ar.. 1:00p. m, a Lv. KooBevelt Lv.. a 11:15 a. m. 45 Ar..Washburn..t.Lv.. 12:15p. a Stop on signal. Telegraph station. EDWIN C. WASHBURN, »E. H. WALKER, General Manager. Traffic Manager SECRET SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Bismarck Lodge, A. F. & A. M., No. 5. Meets first anif third Mondays in each month at Masonic hall. Henry L. Reade, W. M. W. F. Cochrane, Secretary. Tancred Conimandery^ Knights Templar. No. 1. Meets third Thursday in each month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block." _M. M. Cook, E. C. W. F. Cochrane, Recorder. O. 11, S3. S. Bismarck Chapter. No. Meets first and third Fridays In each month at Masonic hail, Dakota Block. Margaret Hare. W. M. Hattie Skelton, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. St. Elmo Lodge, No". 4. Meets ever "Wednesday evening at Workmen Baker Block. John Bostrom, C. C. h. Peterson, K. of R. and S. hall John BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN. A fraternal Insurance organization. Meets first and third Thursdays of each month In G. A. R. hall. Frank J. Mason, F. Harry Lee, correspondent. Tribune office. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. Blsiharck Lodge, No. 120. Meets the first and third Tuesday eVenlngs^of each month at their hall In the BakerBloek at 8 o'clock. J. H. -Newton, M. W. C. E Murrell, Recorder. .. O- F- Capital City Lodge No. 2—Meets ev^ify Friday at McGowan hall at 8 o'clock p. m., J. J. Lamb, N. Q.: Harry Lee, Secretary. G. A. R. James B. McPhereon Post No. 2, Denart ment of North Dakota. Grand Army of the Republic. Meets every second and fourth Thursday In each month at G. A. R. nan, BlsmarckiN. D.: Nlcolos Dockendort Qom „jpiander A. Bentley, Adjutant. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS Meets second and fourth Fridays of each month at their hall at 2:80 p. ra. Florence Ward, president Mrs. Dorothy J. Field, secretary. -. THE FLORENCE CRITTENTON CIR cle of Bismarck—Auxiliary to the National Florence Crlttenton Mission—Pwsldent, Ella Hougbtallingi Corresponding georetary, Linda W. Slaughter: Recording Secretary, —. Willcozi Rescue Band—Hrs.F.M. Harriet B. THE CITY Don't forget It's 50c admission to the band and orchestra concert tonight. Lieutenant Pope of Fort Yates, is among the visitors in the city today. The O. E. S. will hold their regular meeting tomorrow evening in Masonic hall. Hon. Ferd Leutz of Hebron, was a west bound passenger on the. noon train today. Joe Dietrich left this afternooft for the west in the. interests of the Wash burn road. Remember the concert and danco at the Atheneum tonight for thp benefit of the Bismai-ck band. Hon. John Satterlund went to Wash burn this' morning, to look after his •business interests there. 1 Mrs. A..M. Thompson has been seri ously ill in the city for some weeks and is stall in a critical condition. Dr. Smyth is able to be out again a/Ster his long illness, and many friends are congratulating. him upon his recovery. Band concert tonight tut 8:30 sharp. A dance will follow the concert. The dance music will be by an orchestra of ten imen and will be of as high an or der as the concert The Knights of the Maccabees will give a dance in the' Baker hall April 10. Music furnished by the Capital City Orchestra. Everybody is cordi ally invited to attend. Those noit .wishing to attend the band- concert tonight may attend the dance after the concert ait only 50 cents per couple if they so desire,"the dance beginning at 10 o'clock. W. F. Gushing left this afternoon for the eastern part of the state and will be absent for about a month in the interests of the state's display alt the St. Louis exposition. Chief Engineer Darling: of the Northern Pacific came in this after noon from McKenzie, where he has been superintending the worlfc done on the tracks at the overflowed slough. M. W. Leahy, the Hebron miller, •was among the guests in the city to day, greeting his friends. He reports prosperous conditions. at Hebron, anu good prospects for the coining season Dr. Adams has returned Ijcm his trip to California, and went through to the ranch, returning today. His son John,-who was ill here for so&e time, remained in California for his health. E. M. Kunkel: v"You may send me the Weekly Tribnne at Baldwin for one year. I got more general news from the sample copy recently received than from all the other papers in the county combined." It is 50 cents an individual to the concert tonight, $1 per couple. One dollar and fifty cents per couple to both concert and dance. One dollar tor dance only, and one dollar for gentleman to both concert and dance, Passengers desiring to cross the Missouri river at the bridge will find a ferryman at the foot of the bridge, who will take passengers across in safety at all hours of the day and night. Ask for the ferryman at the bridgte. An errro Was made in the wordin of the bills advertising the band con cert and dance tonight. The prices are 50 cents for each and every per son attending the concert, and an al ditional 50 cents for each gentleman wishing to dance. Williston" Herald: W. J." Ford James Costello and others who were attending U. S. court ait Bismarck, re turned home last Friday. They say it is not so bad to be snow bound in the capital city, but are afraid it has spoiled some of the boys. Mrs. E. V. Becker. and daughter Grace of Mexico, New York, are visit ing with Mr. and Mrs. C. D. EJdick. Mrs. Becker is a sister of Mrs. Edick, They were held at Jamestown for nearly a week, pending the repair of the Northern Pacific tracks aJt McKen zie,: E. A. LewiB, of Baldwin, was a Trlb une caller yesterday. Mr. Lewis has been in the country but four years but he has t^een successful and now owns a fine iplece of land and a bunch of stock. He now -regrets that he didn't buy more land when he could hiave obtained it for $2 an acre. The state penitentiary board com pleted its meeting yesterday afternoon. The board received a proposition from T. VSf. Griffin for the sale to the state of 120 acres of land adjoining the in stitution, but no action was taken at yesterday's meeting. Gov. White melt with the board to consider the matter. The routine business before the board wtas disposed of and the board ad journed* E.Whltepraft, S.E. John rs. Q. E. Murrell. This the Christian redemp- (jirls and women, .who way tJon of erring gins »uu wumou. »»v ww recelre friendly assistance by. applying to tt»e Besoue Baud *iu.J WORK ON NEW HOPES THAT THROUGH FREIGHT TRAFFIC MAY SOON BE RES# SUMED ON THE NORTHERN PA CIFIC. It is expected that freight trains Will be running on the Northern Pa cific in a day or sb. The railroad company is going on with its work of building a track around the 3lough temporarily, 60 thlat l-epaire may be made on the main track. Material has been taken down from this end of the line^including piles, rails and gen eral stores. The passenger trains arriving in the city are late each day, the trip .through the water being made very slowly. Passengers on-the trains are inclined to be a little nervous as the trains are taken through the Water which has been running some distance over the rails. The trains are backed into the, water as far as the engines can. go without putting out the fires, and then string* of fiat cars is coupled to the passenger train and it is pulled through. Over an hour is occupied With the trip through the slough, as the train merely crawls along. NO COUNTRY LIKE THE NORTH Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hughes were arrivals from the east on the delayed train yesterday. Mr. Hughes will go west to look after some business at Dickinson and Mrs. Hughes will visit in the city for several weeks. Mr. Hughes report Florida a pleasant country to spend a portion of the win ter, but from the- standpoint of busi ness he is not impressed with the south. As a general rule the soil through the south is poor and requires much"'fertilizing "bo make it productive. Business methods are far behind those of the nosth, although in some of the southern cities northern blood and energy has "worked a change. Forida is for the most part sandy and un productive, athough capital has wrought marvels in the way of beauti fying the winter resort cities, and the hotels are palaces for northern and eastern millionaires. MANY DUCKS AND GEESE. Waterfowl are numerous this spring and hunters have enjoyed good sport killing them. F. B. Allen and H. W. Rdchholt spent a day at Hibbs farm recently and brought in abouit twenty geese and thirty ducks. Richholt re ports a. hundred-acre -field of wheat stubble alive with ducks while they modations to their liking all through the country. Call and see the new line of spring hats at The Boston. 'FRANK ALLEiN'S.. LAURELS PLUCKED. Editor Tribune: Frank Allen did not kill the first goose of the season, killed one on March 11, which was eleven days earlier. N VKi Admission to concert tonight 50c dance after concert for 50c extra to GENTLEMEN holding concert tickets Admission to dance only, fi.OQ Our spring line of hosiery has ar rived and we are showing fancy pat terns at 12%, £5 and 35c. 3C^e Bos ROBERT EDBERG. Francis, N. D., April 1, 1902. FRESIH VEGETABLES. Charles Kupitz expects to have on the market this evening and tomor row: LETTUCE. RADISHES. CUCUMBERS. TOMATOES. CABBAGE. STRAWBERRIES. All true lovers of melodrama, wit and huanor should see "The Eleventh Hour," which comes to the Atheneum on Tuesday next. It has met with the most pronounced success everywhere thait it has appeared this season, and ft is credited by both press and public to be Lincoln J. Carter's greatest suc cess, and if box office receipts are any criterion for success "The Eleventh Hour" is certainly a winner, The cast which is an excellent one, includes Chas. A. (Karl) Gardner, the German dialeet comedian. 5 is our telephone number. Often you are too busy or the weather is disagreeable, and there is no one at home to go down town for you. Then telephone us. If you do we will come to you, bringing you whatever you want from a Drug Store. I You may have a prescription to be filled. If you have call as up, we will come for it, fill and return to you promptly. We make a specialty of filling pre scriptions carefully with the finest materials, feN Our telephone is far your use. Don't hesitate to use it. E. G. Patterson & Co., Druggists, Dr. I. N. Wear has been elected president of the Cass county medical society for the ensuing year. They are cautious up in Ward county —the Donnybrook Courier speaks of the storm as an exceedingly "heavy fog." Casselton Reporter: The settlers up north of Bismarck seem to have weathered the great storm in good shape. At Bowbells, Ward county it rained steady for twenty-tfour hours and then on top of that a shower1equal to four inches fell. The Forum thinks that unfamiliar ity- with the rules is the cause of the Mck of the Benson county woman be cause she was kissed by her dentist. A. C. Edwards, a former resident of Mdza. N. -D., is held in the county jail at Helena on a charge of the embez zement of $477 in money order funds of the Maza post office. A. L- Colegrove, a professor in the college at Colfax, Wash., cut his throat wi'feh a razor on the first section of the delayed east bound train at Mi not» Monday. He will recover. The Balfour Statesman "records the fact that storms, mud and floods, late spring and other unusual conditions do not deter the land-seekers. They are coming by the carloads to gain an in heritance before Uncle Sam's lands are all gone. were there, so many off them that the field seemed to be a moving mass of Forks before returning to his post at feathers. There is plenty of water! Melbourne. this spring and duicks wil find accora- The Minneapolis Tribune man doesn't remember of ever having run across McKenzie Lake in his geogra phy lessons but does venture the sug gestion that the railroad company raise its grade or put in a bridge to avoid future trouble. Plaindealer: John Bray will return from Australia the first of April, and will spend a couple of weeks at Hot Springs, Ark., before proceeding to Washington, D. C., where he will at tend important business. It is aso expected that he will visit Grand NEW BOOKS. Audrey by Mary Johnston. Heste Blair, Carson. Kate Bonnet, Stockton. That Girl Montana, Ryan. First Across the Continent. 4 CAPITAL BOOK STORE. By the use of the block signal sys tem railway traveling at high spee«l has reached a degree of safety hereto fore unknown. Block signals have re duced the chances for accident to a minimum by maintaining an absol Lte Interval of space between trains. This system Is now in operation on all prin cipal lines of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway—the Pioneer Limit ed line. A new and full line of spring hats. Do not buy until you have seen our line. The Boston. THE WEATHER. Maximum temperature today 41. Minimum temperature today 21. Forecast for 24 hours for North Dakota ending tomorrow night at 8 o'clock: Generally fair tonight and Friday, slowly rising temperature. A GREAT RAILWAY. It rjihs vestibuled, steam heated and electric lighted trains. Its sleeping and dining car service is first class in every respect. The Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway owns and operates 6,600 miles of road. It uses all modern appliances for the comfort and safety of its patrons. It has the absolute block system. its train employes are civil and obliging. .. It tries to give each passenger "value received" for his money and it runs the celebrated Pioneer Limited to Mil waukee and Chicago. It traverses the best portion of the states of Illinois, Wisconsin, Northern Michigan, Iowa, Missouri, Minnesota, South and-North Dakota. It operates its own sleeping oars and dining cars. A NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN ON THF NICKEL PLATE ROAD. A change of schedule for departure of train No. 9-- from Chicago on the Nickel Plate road, provides a conven ient express train for Fort Wayne, Findlay, Fostoria^ Cleveland, Erie, Dunkirk, Buffalo, New York City, Bos ton and all points east, leaving Chi cago daily at 11:20 p. m., reaching New York City at 6:50 second morning, Boston 10:07 second morning also all other points east of Buffalo on same time as heretofore^. Sleeping car open for reception of passengers to retire $t *,$? APRIL 3, isoa STATE NEWS comfortable balance Milton has a in the treasury. D. C. Tuifts has been reappointed receiver of the land office at Fargo. H. G. Marshall says his loss on Douglass creek was only four lambs smothered. Senator Lavayea has returned to his Laiimore home after a long siege of sickness in Minneapolis. Va'M&WSH mi their convenience, after 9:30 p. m. Dally train from Chicago at 10:35 a. m. reaches New York City following afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, Boston at 5:20. Daily train from Chicago at 2:30 p. m. reaches New York at 7:35 p. m. next day. Through vestibuled sleeping oar. Meals served in Nickel Plate dining cars, on individual club "*s$m Wholesome Bread Cake Deliciovts Pastry are more easily, speedily, unfailingly made with BAKING POWDER Royal Baking Powder is the great est of time and labor savers to the pastry cook. Besides, it flour, butter and eggs, and, best of all, makes the food more digestible and healthful. The "Royal Baker and Pastry Cook"—over 800 practical and valuable cooking re re to patron. Send full address. 4GYAL BAKING POWDER CO., 100 WILLIAM ST, NEW YORK. A-U-D-R-E Watches sortment. economizes There are cheap baking pow ders, made from alum, but thtir astringent and cauter izing qualities add dangerous element to f?*?'" "Audrey is a story that one treasures in his memory." St. Paul Dispatch "The story is the fine flower of the current epoch of fiction."—Chicago Record Herald. 150th Thousand. By MARY JOHNSTON. With colored Illustrations. $1.25 CAPITAL BOOK STORE, 1SX meal plan, ranging in price rom 35c to $1.00. No excess fares on any train of the Nickel Plate road. Chicago depot, Van Buren street and Pacific avenue, on the Elevated Loop. For further information, write John Y. Calahan, general agent, 111 Adams street. Chicago. Our selection of watch movements is complete, and we can set up a watch to suit any taste in Hamilton, Elgin or Waltham movement. Rings and Broaches Demands for ladies and children's rings and broaches has caused us to double our stock. Jewelry Novelties A hundred and one handy and beautiful articles at small cost. Too many to enumerate. Call and see them. Repairing Anything in the repairing line .done quickly at small cost, right here in our store. Engraving Our Mr. Smith engraves any article purchased of us to order, free,of cost. Custom work at moderate prices. J. B. COOK & CO., TRIBUNE BLOCK, DICU ADf^lf BROADWAY and FourthiSt. Dldln AKwIlj la• U. WEBB BROS. Department Store In the newest spring styles and in large variety—the kind that are made of the best materials 8 and by the best workmen. In fact our stock contains everything in the line of footwear, and we are able to give you the best values to be found in the city. WEBB BROS. $ 1 it National Block A fine as fi ..J ©.