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800 ™B OAHD Ko.f», almd, wast hoaad, urin 7 Mp. Ho. M, mlasd, bound, dapurt a. a. Vrricht writ immm lor Braddeek, Na poteM, Otkw, Hankimaon ud all point* nc the 800 Um to Mlaads^nlia. Builnioton Route St Louis and the South An conveniently and comfortably reached by our two trains a day. The Limited, leaving Min neapolis at 7.25, St. Paul 8.00 p. m. daily, arrives in St. Louis the following afternoon. Combination Compartment and Stand ard Sleepers and Reclin ing Chair Cars. The Scenic Express, leav ing Minneapolis at 7.30, St. Paul 8.06 a. m„ except Sunday, arrives iu St. Louis earlv next morning. Sleeping Cars from Rock Ialand south. This is the moat direct route from Minneapolis and St Paul to Clin ton, Davenport, Roclc Ialand, and all Mississippi River cities. Passengers by either train make close connections with lines south, southeast and southwest in St. Louis. MR V0UR NOME UTRT FOR TICKETS VIA THE SURLINO TOR ROUTE Tfcfwgh Car Rtati ST. PAUL ANO MINNEAPOLIS «l# YORK, HEW ER0UND, BOSTON, •0RTREM, QUEBEC, ONTARIO, MICHIGAN, HEW BRUNSWICK, NOV* SCOTIA. SlctferatTlwIw (.XniMtta, o«acrai Nmnsmi W. R. OALLAWAV, Ocarral PMarager A#m( 8E0RET SOCIETIES. MASONIC Bismarck Lodxe, A. P. A. M.. No. B. Meets flrat and third Mondavi la each month at Maaonlc hall. M. II. Cook, W. M. Burt Finney, Secretary. Tancred Comma ndery. Knlghta Templar third Thuriday In each' lontb at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. 11. No. month M. Cook. E. C. f. W. Cochrane Recorder. BUmarck Chapter. Ko. 11, „. w. O. E. 8. Meets first and third Fridays In each month iuiiu nunjs iu "••2?'c.b,nvJD,koU Block. Dorothy Field, W. M. Hattle Skelton, Secretary. KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAR. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meets nm Wednesday evening at K. P. hall, Baker Block I. W. Healy, C. C. Frank G. Titos K. of R. and 8. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN. A fraternal life and accident insurance or gaoiiation, meets the laut Tuesday of each month in the Odd Fellows hall. I. W. Healy, foreman, C. A. Bess, correspondent. Ma chine shop. R. L. Brat, M. A. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. BIsmarckLodge, No. ISO. Meets the flrnt and third Tuesday evenings of each month at their ball In the Baker Block at 8 o'clock. C. E. Murrell, M. W. Bradley Marks, Recorder. I. O. O. F. ^Capital CIO' Lodge No. 2—Meets ever) Friday at McGowan hall at 8 o'clock p. m* John Wrtfy, N.G.: Wm. D. Gorsnch, 8ec. O. A. R. James B. McPherson Poet No. 2, Depart gent of North Dakota. Grand Army or the Republic. Meets every second and fourth Thursday In each month at O. A. R. hall. Bismarck, N. D. W. H. Winchester, Com mander JohuF. Wallace, Adlataat. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each month at their hall at 2:80 p. m. flattie Bkelton, president Emma B. Falconer, secre rary. THE FLjORENC-K CBITTKNTON HOME AND Hospital for Friendless Women and Children. Incorporated November 29, IW1. No. 419 East SeonndStreet, Bismarck. N. Dak. President, *teH.Basra Vice President,RhodaA.Wood oorreepoadinc Secretary. M. L. Ashley awNtarr, AMna K. Coach Treas- Whlleeraft: Auditor. Efla tailing Matron, Margaret L. Ashley. Hon NICHOLSON RKBBKAH NO. 40 third Saturday* of clock- Mary a.' r, Bseretaij. WINEofCAkDVI RUGBY TO BISMARCK. Residents of Pierce County in Earn est About the Road From Rugby to Bismarck in Connection With the B. W. and Q. F. Road. The residents of Pierce county are evidently in earnest about the build ing of a line of road from Pierce coun ty to the state capitol, to connect with the Bismarck, Washburn and Great Falls road. In the last issue of the Pierce county Tribune there is the fol lowing communication from A. B. Fox regarding the matter: For the benefit of those who desire to know more concerning the proposed north and south railroad to be run from Rugby to Bismarck I will furnish you some information along that line. There are a few people who think it is almost impossible to build a railroad when, if they knew how roads ar# be ing built all over the country they would soon change their minds. To build the road in question, all that is necessary is for the farmer to get into line and subscribe a certain amount of work toward building the grade and buying the right-of-way. The work necessary for each farmer •o do will not more than equal the' time it will take him to haul his grain a long distance to market. When the right-of-way is secured and the gradej18 is built we would be In shape to secure money of a New York & London syn-' dicate for purchasing the ties, rails! and equipment on very favorable' terms. I have a letter from the secre- the money on 10, 20, JO or 50 years, I just as we want It, at 5 per cent inter-!18 est. By leaving a small sinking fund in the trust banks the bonds are guar anteed by said banks and are readily put on the market. This sinking fund is in turn loaned out and with the ac crued interest is guaranteed to pay the ^5 Bailey, Atlanta, da., tells how she was permanently cured of inflamma tion of the ovaries, escaped sur geon's knife, by taking Lydta E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I had suffered for three years with terrible paina at the time of men Aruation, and did not know what the trouble waa until the doctor pro* nounced it inflammation of the ovaries, and proposed an operation. I felt to weak and sick that I felt aure that I could not aurvive the or deal. The following week I read an advertisement in the paper of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound in such an emergency, and so I decided to try it. Great waa my joy to find that I actually improved after taking two bottles, and in the end I waa cured by it. I had gained eighteen pounds and waa in excellent health." Mtss Aucb Bailet, SO North Boule vard. Atlanta, Ga.—$5000 forftltif orlglKmt •1 atoM isMsr a*safsf pmn/jwisj* wnt pro 4ufi. The symptoms of Inflammation •nd disease of the ovaries are a dull throbbing pain, accom panied bra —sb of tenderness and heat low down to the sid* with occasional shooting pains. The region of pain muHIIHi BISMARCK MlSS SARAH F1NLEY, VlwFnridtpl of the PBlmatto Club. Memphis, INE OF GARDUI a thoroughly scientific and mod em remedy, meet ing the needs of the modern woman in the modem way —with oat the torture of an operation. Wine of Cardui hiu cured them in the pri vacy of their homes ana it hai found a place in the heart* of American women that no other medicine has found. In their gratitude over 10,000 American women have written letters commend ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui meets their wants as no other medicine does. It sustains the young girl at the shock of her entrance to womanhood. Women who take Wine of Cardui have little discomfort during pregnancy and little pain at childbirth. When the change of life appears they enter a happy, healthy old age. Every month it comes to the rescue to assist Nature in throwing the impurities from the body. )fiss Sarah Finley, of Memphis, Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto Club of that city, speaks for herself and many friends when she bestows the TMIB. following praise Wine of Cardui: yi'fyf bdees is( forthdr leikf loach MdWs Vkt of Cardui. It torn above them all as a lettable female remedy. It simply drives pais and disease away and restores health in aa incredibly short period. I have taken gssat Interest iu this medicine for the pest two years, since beowght health and strength to A million suffering have found relief in Wine of Cardui. principal leaving only the interest to be paid on the bonds. If the people along the proposed road will secure the right-of-way and the grade we are sure of getting the|our constitution. road. Some say they will help if the road Is a "go" but that is a poor spirit and their help will not be needed if it is a'success without them. Those who favor the road should come forward at once and subscribe what they will do so the work can be hurried along and the road gotten into working order in time to haul the crop this year. Taking the cost of the fanners rail road north of Devils Lake as a basis the surveying and grading will cost about$1,000 per mile. Ties willcostfl, 000 per mile and the rails, fastenings, switches, etc., $3,000 per mile. The total cost including round houses, dep ots and rolling stock is less than $7,000 per mile. Farmers' Elovator. Fargo Call: Hon. Geo. M. Young of Valley City, who during the late ses sion of the legislature made a decided stand in favor of the endorsement by North Dakota of a grain inspection to be founded in Wisconsin, was inter- v'ewe(' 'n the city Friday by a repre- 8entative of The probable fate of the bill providing for the Wisconsin grain inspection, which now before the 8*a*e- Mr Young has tary of this company offering to furnish jlsb legislature of that seemed to be of the opin- ion that the b,u would faU and what Prom,8ed to be a glorious benefit to the 8tate of North Dakp'a even though the b,!1 ,8 defeated there now a law under which tbe of North Dakota can will and thereby secure fair treatment at the hands of the inspectors. He states that the Wisconsin law provides for the establishment of a superior board of trade Inspection and the in spection of grain by Wisconsin In spectors. He stated that under this law North Dakotans shipped wheat to Wisconsin for the purpose of' securing the betoeflts to be derived North Dakota should form a stock company and build an elevator of their own at Superior and have their grain Inspected under the Wisconsin law. The county commissioners have au thorized State's Attorney Sinkler to make a demand on the bond company for the amount of-the deficit in the Walsh county treasury—some 922,930. For 8ale. Lots 22, 23 aqd 24, block 44, corner 6th and Broadway, 75 ft. lots 18, block 80 and lot 1, block 20, McKenzie Addition 3 lots in block 77 4 lota in block 81 and 16 lots in block 31, Wil liams' Addition. Price for all, (2,600. DAILY TBXBUIHB: WBDHB8DAY, APBIL 15, 1908. me. I have also recommended it to a number of my friends and they who have used it speak of it in the highest terms anc! I feel that it is praise well bestowed." If you are suffering from female weakness Wine of Cardui is the medi cine you need. You can have health the tame as Miss Finley if you will take the Wine of Cardui treatment. If you need ad vice further than the complete direc tions given on the bottle, address The Ladies Advisory Department, Chatta nooga Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn. win Mr Young ™n* says' how*ver. THE REFERENDUM. Katharine V. King Thinks Would Bettor the Moral Tone of the Legis lative Lobby. The following from the pen of Kath erine V. King, appears in the"Woman's Journal of Boston: McKenzie, N. D., March 23, 1903. Editor .Woman's Journal: Your issue of March 14 prints a let ter from Bishop Mann regarding con ditions in Bismarck, which contains some truth, but conveys a false im pression. Neither the citizens or members of the legislature are in the largest degree responsible for the low moral tone of the hotels at that time, but the lobby. Lovers of law and real liberty strove hard to secure a Constitutional Amend ment making possible direct legislation through the Optional Referendum and Initiative. This would inevitably .abolish the disreputable influence of the lobby, and insure prompt action with regard to such loudly demanded reforms as woman suffrage, primary election re form. equitable taxation of corpora tions profiting by public utilities, etc. In spite of the most strenuous oppo sition from the lobby and ring politi cians, our bill passed the Senate by a vote of 2 to 1 but was just defeated in the House by a few prohibitionists who feared that if the people had the opportunity to vote directly for what they wanted, they might want to (change the prohibitory paragraph in Just as long as the people can exer cise no direct control over legislative, unscrupulous men, with unlimited means at their command for corrupt ing the Legislature in the interests of corporate greed, will make our state capital, like every other city of its kind, a temporary plague spot. Woman suffrage will not eliminate the evil, though tending to mitigate, as it would make the legislators finally responsible to the whole adult citizen ship, instead of to the less mortal half, as now. The difficulty lies in the present im potency of the electorate to veto vi cious laws, or enact good ones, except by the antique, slow and unprofitable method of changing lawmakers. Under the strenuous conditions of modern life, the perpetuity of free in stitutions depends on the people hav ing a swift, safe method of executing the popular will. This Is amply provided for by the Optional Referendum, the veto power, and the Initiative, or constitutional Call regarding the right of petition made legally effective. KATHERINE V. KING. Menu for Catholic Suppor. Boiled ham. Cold Sliced Veal. Tongue. Boston Baked Beans. Saratoga Chips Cabbage Salad. Potato Salad. Olives. that Rolls. fai™er8 operate if they there, but the elevators were not by! Wm. Ayreg last Thursday law made public warehouses and as a! sota Inspectors. This has been the!point according to Mr. Young, as the bill makes all elevators In Superior pubic morn'nB result they refused to receive grain ParaPhernalla in his emltatioo alligator from the hands of any but the Mlnne- M. P. SKEELS. It Leads Them All. The Equitable Life Assurance Society la away the Strongest in the world! Its Policies Are better than Government bonds and Pay bigger dividends. It Gives you a safe Investment With Insurance that insures! W. P. CUSH1NO, Agent. Pickles. Jelly. Bread. Cake. Coffee. Tea. Cocoa. A Departed Preacher. Wells Cunty News: Bowdon is again without a preacher. After kick ing the atmosphere full of holes and their' mak'nS himself generally obnoxious to the cltlzens of co'umns Bowdon. through the 'ated Guardian, the placed his bible and other Rrlp and leparte1 for Jome secret of the opposition to the Hudnell' March winds have covered the bill before the Wisconsin legislature,! mourner8 bench ano*k®r warehouses. newspaper business. Mr. Young feels that the farmers of indefinite in tbe effete east as a re8uU with dust. Send us minister, oh Lord, who Is onto w^° keep out of the Northern Pacific Charges. Important changes amounting to a thorough shakup of the Northern Pa cific operating department have been agreed on and will be announced with in a day or two M. C. Klmberley, for years general superintendent, will be promoted to the position of assistant general man ager which will be created for him. N. Kline, division superintendent at Tacoma, will be brought further east. Thomas J. Delamere, for many years superintendent of car service, will be made car accountant. His successor haa been agreed upon but his name Ib being withheld. Other changes among the various superintendents are now being consid ered and will be disclosed later. Over In Harvey they have a way of dealing with "blind pigs." Two teams were hitched 0 one rt eently, and, the Herald says, one good poll wracked the bonding. Walt Paper \7nderteiKing Furniture jOHTi[aNO JAPAN CHINA |tta.«.fcaS.P. •t. cam. in Yards at Bismarck, Wilton, Washburn Anheuser-Busch Plant covers 125 equal to 60 city blocks. Capacity: Brew Home—6,000 Barrels Daily. Bottling Works—700,000 Bottles Daflr. Ice & Refrigerating Plants—3,300 Tons Dally. Malt Houses—5,000 Bushels Daily. Storage Elevators—1,250,000 Buahela. Stock Houses—425,000 Barrels. Steam Power Plant—7,750 Horse Power. Electric Light & Power Plant—4,000 Horse Power. Employs 5,000 People. Largest Brewery in the World In tbe latest patterns and of the best makes. Large stock to select from. In all its branches. A full line of undertakers' goods always on hand, and prompt and satisfactory service guaranteed. Our stock is now complete, all new and strictly up-to-date. In this line we are overstocked, and need floor space and cash and will make a special discount for one weak. Carpets, \Jphot*1ery Iu large variety and of latest designs. E, G. FIELD 8T. PAUL Vw\ MINNEAPOLIS I ^M*-\ OULUTH £i9 I *MO po'ct* 'EAST* SOUTH To Third S$L Main Sts. VESTIBULED TRAINS. DINING N 1 N or as it HHJIft No. 8. Pacific Express ePOKANI Mmmt Bound. No. 2, North Coast Linited I No. 4. Atlantic Express Oai. IPOHNIA Way Freight. No. 81, westbonod -ASKA I No. M, eastbonnd Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. Dealer* In Fir, Cedar, Pine and Spruce Lumber, Lath, Shingles We also handle Lime, Cement, Plaster, Sash, Doors, Moulding Give us a call Yard, Bast Main St. Bismarck, Washburn db Great Falls Hallway Oo. Official Time Card No. 13. Taking effect at 6 am. Monday, February 10th, 1902. Daily except Sunday. No. 1. 111*. Station*. No. 2 *:S0a. m. 0 Lv..Bi»marclc..t. Ar. 3:00p. a. 0:10 a. m. 10..Lv.. Arnold....t..Lv.3:S0p. m. 9:30 a. m. lS..Lv. Baldwin .. t..Lv.l :50 p. m. tt.Lv.Chapin'Jct LT 27.Ar.. Wilton.. ..t .Lv.l :15 p. m. 10:201 28 ..Cliaplu. 10:30 a.m. 27 LT. Wilton....t.Ar. 12:45 p. m. a Lt.Booaevelt.... Lv.. 1 P. W. Gilbert, division superintend ent at Spokane, will be brought east and made general superintendent, suc ceeding Mr. Klmberley. E. J. Pearson, who was made assist ant general superintendent last year, and given a place at the general offl ces. will be sent west, probably to Spokane or Helena. a 11:15a.m. 46 Ar..Wa*hbarn..t.Lv.. 12:18p.m a Stop on liirnal. Telegraph itation. P. C. ECKELS General Supt. E.H. WALKER Traffic Manager CALIFORNIA Is the land of perpetual sunshine, fruit ana flow ers, and the best way to get there is to take the !j OnlyShasta Route From Portland, Oregon. Dining Cars, Pullman Sleepers, and an Trains leave Portland daily at 8:.T0 a. m. and 8:30 p. m., reaching San Francisco in less than 38 hours and Los An- 11 geles 10 hours later. (I Portland to Los Angelas and Ret'n For illustrated patn- I I etc., addri CARS Time Card-Bismarcl M'caf Bound. io -cf, r. 12 IZ 'bit «. Pi 8:48 p. ni ...6:00 in a. n, Cet Permit mt Ticket Office for 66-&ti '.A oilman flrst elass (and Tourist Bleeping cur' General Office Bismarck to go ty! From vSt.PaliI andiMinncapoli to Chicago Milwaukee and the East TO THE SOI I1 VIA THE POPULAR Monon Route C.& L. Ry. 2 TRAINS DAILY TO urn iMTest Boittrl"" Special Sleeper to the Spriiitf- 1 phlets, maps, folders, etc., address, B. OOMAN, Q. p. J| W. B. OOM Portias a., Portland, Oregon. 4 TRAINS DAILY To INDIANAPOLIS AND 1 CINCINNATI Parlor Chair Cars Dining Cars on Day- Trains Compartment Sleeping Cars on Trains For Folders, Tourists' and Hom seekers' Rates, West Baden Pani phlets. Booklets, "Ten Routes to the South," addi ess FRANK J. REED, O. P. A. Chicair L. E. 8E8SION8. Oenl. Agent, 541 A'- drus Bid., Minneapolis, Minn.