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.... ft tmpitfN. to the pliet vkm fpom «w of b«r CMMKM, ud home la the place wher* ~*i MeapN the bona he met down -Atchlaon Globe. Tl Builnioton Route St Louis and the South Are 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. Patfl 8.06 a. m.t except Sunday, arrives iu St. Louis early next morning. Sleeping Cars from Rock Island south. This is the most direct route from Minneapolis and St Paul to Clin ton, Davenport, Rock Island, and all Mississippi River cities. Passengers by either train make close connections with lines south, southeast and southwest io St. Louis. MR YOUR NOME MLRT FOR TICKETS VIA THE RURLIRO* TOR ROUTE Tfcmgh Cir Bonn ST. PAUL ANOt MINNEAPOLIS •l# YORK, acw ENGLAND, BOSTON, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ONTARIO, MICHI0AR, NEW BRUNSWICK, NOVA SCOTIA. Tlntft StoperslPlMtM (•'KraiMfM, GTMM MA W. R. OALLAWAV. SECRET SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Bismarck Lodge, A. F. 4 A. if.. No. 5. Meets flrst 1111 third ltondavs ID cacli •vonth at Masonic hall. M. II. Cook, W. M. lort Finney, Sccrctary. Tancred Commandery, Knights Templar. No. 1. Meets third Thursday In each month at Masonic hall, Dakota Block. M. M. Cook. & C. W. F. Cochran* Recorder. BUmarck Chapter. 11, O. E. S. Meet* flr*t and third Fridays in each month *t Masonic hall.'Dakota Block. Dorothy Field, W. M. Hattle Bkelton, Secretary. KNIOHT8 OF PYTHIAS. St. Elmo Lodge, No. 4. Meet* "Wednesday evening at K. P. ball, Baker Block I- W. Bealy, C. C. Frank Q. Titus K. of R. and S. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN. A fraternal life and accident insurance or ganisation, meet* the last Tuesday of each month in tUOdd Fellows hall I W. Bealy, Foreman, C.A. Im. correspondent. Ma chine shop. B. L. Beet, M. A. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. Blsnwrck Lodse, No. 1*0. Meets the flrst and third Tuesdsy evenings of each month at their ball In the Baker Block at 8 o'clock. C. K. Murrell,:*. W. Bradley Marks, Recorder. !. O. O. F. Capital Clt pltal City Lodge No. 2—Meets ever ay at McOowan ball at 8 o'clock p. 1 Wray, N. G. Ws. D. Oorsuch. 8ec*y. John O. A. R. James B. McPheraon Post 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. B. Winchester, Com mander John F. Wallace, Adjotsat. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meets second snd fourth Frtdsys of each month at their hall at 2:S0_p. m. Battle Bkelton, president Emma B. Falconer, secre rary. THE FLORENCE CRITTENTON HOME AND Hospital for Friendless Women and Children. Incorporated November 29, 1*01. No. 419 East 8eeood8treet, Bismarck. N. Dak. President, 1 aieH. Seers Vice President, Bhoda A. Wood oomsnoodin# Secretary, M. L. Ashler Recording Secretary, Albina K. Couch: Traas -K" wWleerafl Auditor. fifta Bon- tailing Matroo, MargaratL. Ashley. NICHOLSON REBEKAH NO. 40 Meets the first and third Saturdays of "sgsth la Odd Feiows" hall, at 8 o'clock. Mary Whltecraft, N- Q.. Jenny O'Coo ODI, oMfiiirfi Gal. 3 Koempel For ltver troubles and constipation There's nothing better in creation Than Little Early Risers, the famous little pills They always effect a cure and save doctor bills. Little Early Risers are different from all other pills. They do not weaken the system, but act as a tonic to the tissues by arousing the secretions and restoring the liver to the full perform ance of its functions naturally. For sale by all druggists. The Berlin Marriage Season. Matrimony ia so popular in Berlin during the first two weeks of April and Saturday so frequently the par ticular day chosen for the performance of the marriage ceremony, that the city offlclals have issued a notice call ing on all interested parties to consult the said officials before fixing the day, so that the work may be distributed over the week. The Nickel Plate Road in the short line to the East and the service eqial to the best. You will save time and mcpiey by traveling over this line. It has three through daily express trains, with through vestibuled sleeping cars, and American Club Meals, ranging in price from 35c: to $1.00, are served in Nickel Plate dining cars also a la carte service. Try a trip over the Nickel Plate Road and you will find the service equal to any between Chicago and the East. Chicago depot: Harrison St. and Fifth Ave. City Ticket Offices 111 Ad ams St. and Auditorium Annex. John Y. Calahan, General Agent, 113 Adams St., Room 298, Chicago. For Sale. Lots 22, 23 and 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 lots in block 81 and 16 lots in block 31, Wil liams' Addition. Price for all, $2,600. M. P. SKEELS. Amusement* of Great Men. Here are a few amusements of great men: Edmund Burke, farming Lord Byron, swimming Onrlyle, riding and smoking Lord Chatham, bowls Dar win, bnckguiuiuon, music, smoking and snutt' taking Dickens, bowls, walking, smoking and snuff taking Tom Hood, shooting Kingsley, fox hunting, music and smoking Lamb, witnessing per formances of "Punch." card playing, snuff taking and smoking Lord Lyt ton, gardening, walking, music and smoking Captain Marryat, snuff tak ing Lord Palmerston. horse racing Pitt, felling trees and studying classics Shelley, making and sailing paper boats Sydney Smith, chess, swimming, riding and music Wesley, whist Dean Swift, harnessing his servants with cords and driving them up and down atairs. A Toack of Ireland Ia gpula. When 1 was at Malaga, the light house was out of order, and some Americans had complained officially that their shipping Interests were be ing damaged. No answer was received for two years. Then it was declared that it was the fault of the earthquake which bad taken place many years pre viously. Finally the light was put out altogether because It interfered with the fireworks. When a pair of boots I had ordered did not fit and I com plained to the maker, be arrived indig nantly to protest. "They fit here," •aid, prodding my tender toe, "and they fit there," another prod. "You cannot expect tbem to fit everywhere all at once."—Blackwood's Magazine. The Discovery of Felt. Felt is a union of animal hair with wool in such a manner as to produce a firm, compact substance Its discovery was of so much importance that It seemed necessary to attribute it to di vine agency, and bence we have a tra dition of saintly origin. When St. Clem ent was fleeing from bis persecutois his feet became blistered, and in order to abate the pain be placed wool be tween his sandals and the soles of bis feet. On continuing bis journey the wool, by the perspiration, motion and pressure of bis feet, became a uniform ly compact substance, which was after ward denominated felt. BaabarrasaoS. "What a beautiful luncheon!" said Ike guest "Yes," answered *r. Cumrox, "moth er and the girls say It is ail right" "But you aren't enjoying It" "No. I'm a little embarrassed. I'rs keen standing over here trying to fig ure out which are the edibles and which are the decorations."—Washing ton Star. A Historical ArtlSee. Little Willie--Say. pa, what's a war ship? Pa—A warship, my son, Is a mechan ical device usrd in manufacturing his tory.—Chicago News. The Winter of Dissoateat. The four seasons are seldom on good terms with each other. There Is a de dded coolness lietween autumn and spring- -Philadelphia Record. Imperfect Brain Development The so-called "defective classes of society"—the Idiotic, feeble-minded. Improvident, habitually immoral. In ebriate, criminal, Insane and ether victims of arrested or otherwise Im perfect development of brain, attrib utable largely to malnutrition both be fore and after birth. BI8MAB0X DAILY TBXBUNB: Mlsourl Slop* Items. New Salem continue* to boon. Cottonwood lumber aclls tor $15 a thousand at Painted Woods. The Mandan Mercantile Company are erecting a large office building. A new paper Is to be started at Tur tle Lake, the terminus of the new ex tension at the Waahburn road. The Mandan hoard of education re elected the entire corps of teachers and added Miss MoOraw of Minnesota. Martin Oraner, jr., of Fort Rioe, and Miss Elisabeth Tschida were married at St. Joseph's church, Mandan, on the 20th. Outer, the county seat of Oliver county, will soon have an up-to-date creamery. Some of the new settlers will take shares. The Mandan County Fair association is now paying 60 per cent of Its debts aud expects to pay the other 40 per cent of each warrant in a few weeks. M. T. Spooner, who was formerly employed on the Standing Rock Indian reservation, has been transferred from Hays, Mont., to Port Berth old, where he will have charge of the Armstrong sub-agency. On Easter Sunday Uncle Don Stev enson celebrated his 70th birthday at his Cannon Ball ranch. The entire family was at home, and the Easter celebrations, and the birthday of the head of the household caine well to gether. Take a Trip over the Nickel Plate Road and be convinced of its superior train service. Solid through daily express trains be tween Chicago, Ft. Wayne. Flndlay. Fostoria, Erie. Buffalo .New York City and Boston. American Club Meals, ranging in price from 35c. to $1.00, served in Nickel Plate dining cars also service a la carte. Rates always the lowest. No excess fare charged on any train on the Nickel Plate Road. Chicago depot: Harrison St. and Fifth Ave. City Ticket Offices 111 Adams St. and Auditorium Annex. John Y. Calahan. General Agent, 113 Adams St.. room 298. Chicago. The name of lxuse creek has been changed by W. H. Brown & Co. to that of Crystal creek. Don Stevenson named the creek originally. He re ports that years ago wlion he was freighting across to the Black Hills, in the early days when Indians were thick, and oxen were used to draw the freight, the party stopjxnl one night on this creek. It was the summer time, and every man in the crew took a bath in the cool waters. After the bathing was over, Don gave the creek the most appropriate name he could think of. As years have gone by the stream has become srystal in appearance, and it now merits its new name. Valuable Electrical Discovery. Prof. Braun announced before the 8trasburg Scientific Society that he has discovered a method of producing electrical energy of unlimited volume and projecting it into space in the form of electric waves, to any do sired distance. Marital Discord in London. In London last year the number of husbands who advertised disclaiming credit obtained by their wives was 378. DRAY AND TRAN8FER COMPANY, G. C. Wachter, Mgr. All orders for storage and transfer work given prompt attention. Coal and Wood for 8ale. i»hone 1-8-7. Opposite N. W. Hotel. PSYGHORANOSY, Better than the X-Ray, is a peculiar method of diagnosing and examining the conditions of the human body. By this method alone the Internal con ditions of every organ, nerve and fibre of the body can be observed while performing its natural functions, as well as determining the cause and na ture of a disease and the proper rem edy to restore it to health. Thle most interesting and strange method ia used at the International School of Scientific Magnetic Healing by Mrs. Schulze In the interests of their patients and hence their un bounded success in treating every known disease, even In cases where others failed to give temporary relief. Testimonial. I have taken a course of magnetic treatments as prescribed and em ployed by Dr. Schulze and wife for my case, being a veryobstlnet case of chronic dyspepsia, being affected with stomach, kidney and liver trou ble, also rheumatism and constipation, of which I have suffered for quite a long time, so that life seemed a bur den, but now can say, that these con ditions have disappeared and I feel now like a new man. MONDAY, APBIL shunt 80, 1908. Not Necessary or Desirable. The Sheldon Progress makes this senaiMe comment: In a recent In stance two prominent Sheldon M|H decided to omit the customary news paper resolutions of esteem and regret at the death of a member. This, of rourae, implied no lack of sentiment and since the precedent has been cre dited it might well be permanently es tablished. The custom is one that is now confined almost entirely to the small towns and never served any food purpose anywhere. If the lodges de sire to send such resolutions to the de parted member's ralaJJvee, well and good, but there is no reason why they should be advertised in the press. Much the same can be said of cards of thanks. In Sheldon neighborly sym pathy is always gladly given in time of trouble and any public acknowledge ment is neither necessary nor desir able. Breaks a Glass. Every one knows that windows will rattle when loud noise is made in a ro ni. l«ut very few persons know that glass can t.e broken by shouting into It Any ordinary pi. ss which has a cli-ar tone will do for this trick, and the ex act nature of its tone can readily be ascertained by passing a moistened linger :iround its rim. This joint be ing settled, the performer should bold the ghitis In front of his mouth and shout into it in a tone about an octave higher than that of the glass. The re sult will be that the glass will break immediately, and for the reason that It will not have strength enough to re sist thf force exerted against it by the waves of air The thinner the glass ia the more easily it will be broken. The Heat of Lava. The lava streams from the eruption of Vesuvius in ISIS were so hot twelve years later that steam issued from their cracks and crevices. Those that flowed from Etna i:i ITS" were found to In steaming hot just below the crust as late as 18 to. The volcano .lorullo, in Mexico, itoured forth in 1750 lava that eighty-seven years later gave off columns of steaming vajwir. In 17b0 it was found that a stick thrust into the crevices Instantly ignited, although no discomfort was experienced in wulking on the hardened crust. A 'Jnaiaiorx lira. The chef was ignorant of the pres ence of the cannibal king, who eyed him critically, while a sunny smile danced gaylv over liis dimpled fea tures. Suddenly the chef became aware of his presence and said as he most artistically salaamed: "I would have your majesty know that I have just created a formula for a soup that shall win an instant im mortality." "And what may It be?" asked the monarch impatiently. "I never was an expert in the art of guessing, and I would know the name of your new de coction." Aud the chef, appreciating the king's interest and his own importance, sa laamed again and replied: "Mock missionary." New fork Times. Want Prison Flogging Abolished. The Humanitarian league has petl* tloned the British Home Secretary to abolish or largely restrict the custom of flogging for breaches of discipline which still exists in English prison*. Chlmpantee's Lifs Insured. "Esau," the chimpanzee performing at the London pavilion, having duly passed medical examination, has Juat had his life insured for several thou sand pounds, a portion of the risks bo lng taken by members of Lloyd's. A Sweet Breath is a never falling sign of a healthy stomach. When the breath is bad the stomach is out of order. There is no remedy in the world equal to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for curing Indigestion, dyspepsia and all stomach disorders. Mrs. Mary S. Crick, of White Plains, Ky., writes: "I have been a dyspeptic for years—tried all kinds of remedies but continued to grow worse. By the use of Kodol I began to improve at once, and after taking a few bottles am fully restored in weight, health and strength and can eat whatever I like. Kodol digests what you eat and njakes the stomach sweet. For sale by all druggists. THE MARKETS. Opening, Range and Close of Qraln Prices at Minneapolis, Chicago and Duluth. Fornlahed by Co© Commission Co., First National Bank building, wbo have direct «ira to If inneapolla, Duluth and Chicago. Majr wheat D. R. MCDONALD, Bismarck, N. Dak. Office on 4th St. over New Fire House. April 20,1903. Chicago. Open High Low Cloie .76X 77V TO* 77 .72 72H 71* 72K 48 44 48 44 .44* 44H 44S 44i SiS 85 85 85', Minneapolis. Open High Low float 751* 75'4 75 7514 July wheat 75£ 75X 754 75fJ CHICAGO MARKETS. Hogs, 35,000. Market. 5 cents lower Light, «.email@example.com mixed. 7.00 .V7.»r, heavy, firstname.lastname@example.org rough 7.05«j7.20. Cattle, 25,000. Market steady. Sheep, 18,000. Market steady. Watt• Taper \JndertaKjng In all its brsnchei hand, and prompl Furniture Agents for The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. The Germania Fire Insur ance Company of New York. CONKLIN BROTHESS, Tel 71. Hiemurck, N. D. Room 10. Fiint National Bank Block. S A W O ABOUT BARBER8. It is a source of satisfaction to know that Bismarck has a strictly flrstclass and up-to-date barber shop—everything clean, tools ster ilized, workmanship the best— where face maaage, and Shampoo ing for both gents and la made a specialty. Only experts employed. Visits made to rari dences to accommodate ladles de siring hair dressing and shampoo ing. Newest Barber Shop in the City. There ia always one that's tha best. In Bismarck that's us. J. O. Lavlna 0***0 h. In the latest patterns and of the best makes. Large stock to select from. In the latest pattern to select from. In all its brsnches. A full line of undertakers' goods 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. Carpels, "Rugs, \Jphols1ery In large variety and of latest designs. E. G. FIELD Yard* at Bismarck, Wilton, Waahburn •T. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH MB POINTS EASTft.SOUTH B1 ePOKANl" BEAVTLS TACOMA ^ORTuAND CALIFORNIA JAPAN 1 Armies of the Danube. The numerical strength of Real Estate and Insurance. *11 cine MOTKL CALIFORNIA Is the land of perpetual sunshine, fruit and flow ers, and the beet way to get there is to take the Only Shasta Route From Portland, Oregon. Dining Cars, Pullman Sleepers, and an mm: Mn: Me Trains leavn Pnrii.nj I' Trains leave Portland daily at 8:30 a. m. and 830 p. m., reaching San Francisco in less thsn 36 hours and Los An geles 10 hours later. Portland to Los Angelas and Ret'a For illustrated psm phlets, maps, folders, etc., address, E. COHAN, G. P. A., W. Portland, Oregon. always on Third (5L Main Sts. Bismarck ft Washburn Lumber Co. D«al«r« In Fir, Cedar, Pine and Spruce Lumber, Lath, Shingles We also handle Lime, Oement, Plaster, Sash, Doors, Moulding Give us a call Yard, East General Office Bismarck Main St VESTIBULED TRAINS PINING CARS.| Time Card-Bismarcf 1 Wmmt hound. |.TK No. 1,'North Coast Limited No. S. Pacific Express No. 2. North Coast Limited No. 4. Atlantic EipresR 1° P. n, !li: ui East Bound. .2 H. Ji p. m. Way Freight. CHINA ALASKA 1, ... j....» 1 a No. 61, wehtbound .... I No. 62, ea?tbouud .. .6:00 O ffice for fta-ael] ~r. rTtn. utMK oilman flr»t ciass (and Tourist Sloepin^ ,arf.| 8OO the standing armies of the Danubian states are: Survia. C.I.Gdo Koumanla. *".8.000: Bulgaria. 33,400. TIME CARD No. 97, mixed, west bound, arrive 7:ttT No. 96, mixed, oast bound, depart 8:15 a. m. Freight and pasaentrerti for Hradriock. XH poleoo, Oaken, Hankinson nnd all point the Soo line to Miundi.j lia. Bismarck, Washburn & Great Falls Hallway Co. Official Time Card No. 13. Taking fffiTt at fl a. m. Monday, February lOtli. lKC Daily except Sunday. No. 1. Mia. Station*. No. *:S0a. m. 0. Lv..Bismarck, t. Ar. S:0ii|. 9:10 a. m. 10..Lv. ..Arnold t.. Lv.2:20 p. 9:50 a. m. 18..Lv. ftaidwin. t.. Lv.l :50 p. m. Lr Chapin^Jet Lv 1030 a. m. 27.Ar.. Wilton t.. Lv.l :15 p. 28 ..Cbapiu. 10:10a.m. 27 Lv.Wilton t. Ar. 12:15 p. Lv.Rootevelt LT.H 11:15 a. m. 45 Ar..Wa«hbnrn.,t.Lv.. 12:irp. a Stop on signal. Telegraph utatinu. P. C. ECKELS General Supt. E.H. WALKKRl Traflic .MiiiiaKi'rl From SLPaul and Minneapolis to Cfoeaito Milwaukee and the East. TO THE SOUTI VIA THE POPULAR Monon Route C.A L. Ry. 2 TRAINS DAILY TO Special Sleeper to the Springs. 4 TRAINS DAILY TO INDIANAPOLIS AND CINCINNATI Parlor Chair Cars Dining Cars on Day Trains Compartment Sleeping Cars on NigB Trains For Folders, Tourists' and Home seekers' Rates, West Baden Pam phlets, Booklets, "Ten Routes to the South." addi«aa FRANK J. REED, G. P. A. Chlcas L. E. 8E8SION8, Oenl. Agent, 641 drus Bid., Minneapolis, Minn.