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MASONIC. ilirt M., No. 5 MOIKIHVH ID cuck HlHiuiirok Lodge, A. F. & A. nrm and third ni.nith Masonic l*«"- M.M.Cook. W. Kinnoy. SeorrtBry. TUIUTM! Commnnclery. Knights Templar l. M«'ets third ThiirMdny 111 «'iu'h nt Masonic hall, Dakota Block. J1 «r rv,..*,........ iiok, K. W. P. Cochrane Recorder HUnmrck Chnpter. N«». 11, O. E. S. Meets tlrst nnd third Fridays In each month ,• MHSOIIIC hull, Dakota U'oek. Iforotliy fpi.l. \V. M. Hattle 8keton, Hei-retary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS St Eluiu Lodge. No. 4 Meets everj tv«»liiesiiay ^vt-nlnf at K. P. hall, linker Hl.fk W- Healy, C. C. Krttuk U. Titus ,.f R. and 8. Hi iTHKKHOOP OF AMERICAN YEO MEN. (riitnrnal lif» and arcidnut incuraiice or j.ai i?ano». meets the last Tuesday of each t'h ill the Odd Fellows hall 1 W. Healy. Foreman. C. A. Hess, eorrespoudeiit. Sl^-1 china shop. R. L. Beet, A. ^,'IKNT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. IXMlge, No. 1-0. Meets the Irs! and third Tuesday evenlnirs of em lj n..ntli at their hall In the Raker Hlock at V,, clock. E. Murrell. M. W. Hradley Ci Markb. Recorder. I I. O. O. F. joluiWray, N. Q. Wm. D. Uorsuch. Sec'y. a. A. R. Jiuues B. Mcl'herson Post No. 2, Depart uieiit of North Dakota. Grand Army oi the tieiinlillc. Meets every second and fourth Th'irxdav In each month at Q. A. R. hall. HlHiiiarck, N. 1. W. H. Winchester, Com mander John F.Wallace, Adjutant. rary. NICHOLSON REBEKAH NO. 40 Medte the tlrst and third Saturdays of: »K In fVM ffalAVI* hall, at fvery month In Odd Felows' hall, at 8 o'clock- Laura Sander*. N. U., Nellie Evart.s, Secretary. RATH HONK SISTICKS. l.liK'oln Temple No. meets Thursday evening at K. I\ hall. Kb k. Mary Turner. M. E. Kvarts, M. of C. R. ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN Fl'RNISHEl) First street. Room for Rent. 221 WANTED—(lirl for general house work. Inquire Mrs. M. H. Jewell. LOST.—A pair of gold rimmed nose glasses. Finder please bring to the1 Tribune office. FOR RENT—First class seven-room house on Second street in thorough repair bath room and all modern con-' veniences. Apply to John White. PRINTER Competent to take' charge of country paper. Single. 34, and sober. Small town preferred. Clias. A. Stratton, Milton, N. D. per day and expenses to a hustler' to distribute samples and collect for manufacturer in part of N. 1). Enclose self-addressed envelope Manufac turer. Star Bldg., Chicago. a a UKi ^C WITH C. I. KMCk—«KW VIIHI LIFE PROFESSIONAL CARDS T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW First National Bank Block. EDICK IN8URANCE and 8«curlty Bonds. Phone 16 Plrot Nat'l Bank Block A. J. HEORIX, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. ti«norM practitioner in Stato ami Federal CourU. ^Wintered attorney bofor© U.S. Interior U« partmeut aud Laud Ottice. otWwith J. p. HouKland Bismarck, N. D. Main St.. T«l. 13x Child Mortality in Spain. Tho mortality among children In ^I'aln is extremely great. During the last six years the number of children who died under one year of age in Madrid alone was 22.2l'5. as against 4-"tiS in Paris during the FV.ne period. THE CITY THE WEATHER I'air tonight and Thursday. I Max. Min. Cooler. Ladie Guild—The ladies' guild will meet with Mrs. w. Moorhouse „i I hiirsday afternoon at 2 II o'clock. K. Meeting—K. of I*. meeting to. nil!lit. Work in ::rl Rank. Business I Of M'l'Oial importance to all Ho there at o'clock sharp. 1 Ladies' Aid—A special meeting of the Methodist Ladies' Aid Society will le held at Mrs. Bonne's tomorrow af ternoon at 'J .'lo for work. Taken to Sargent County—The i niains of C. 1,. Knudson. who was 1 killed in a fall at Fort Lincoln while jiplial City Lodue No. "J ever working there as a carpenter, were this Krliia vat McOowan hall at 8 o'clock p. m.. 1 atternoon taken to Sargent countv for interment. This is the old home of the Knudson brothers. Ladies' Aid—The regular meeting of I the Ladies' Ai1 Society of the First I Baptist cburch will he held on Thurs- WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meet* second and fourth Fridays of each day atternoon of this week at the month at their hall at 2:80 p. in. Hattio home of Mrs Morev on 9th street at Skelton, president Emma H. *alconer. p«-~-•' of Mrs ln 2.30 o'clock. All members are request, ed to be present. Special Rates—C.eneral Passenger Agent Fee wires Agent Scott that for the irrigation congress at Bismarck every ,[,o .Northern Pacific will sell tickets r.aker Nellie at one fare for the round trip. Tickets I will be sold October 19. 2n and 21. good for return until October 24. Helping to Build.—A. Roberts, who left this city recently and went to Buchanan, is building a residence there and putting up a building for a hank. Roberts recently bought the townsite of Buchanan, which is one of the thriving little towns in Stuts man county. Buildings in the Street.—Surveyor Sacred Concert—Rehearsals for a sacred concert to be given for the benefit of the pipe organ fund of St. Mar-V's WANTED—Men to learn barber' trade at the Moler Barber college I Funeral Services—Funeral services splendid opportunity to make money. over the remain of C. L. Knudson, who (itiaranteed results established 1893 only barber college in the northwest. Write for free book telling all about It. MacGregor & Anderson, Props., Min neapolis, Minn. business for an old established house they were taken to Havana, Sargent of solid financial standing. A straight, county, for interment. The sudden and l„,na fide weekly salary of $18.00 paid shocking death was exceedingly sad, liv check each Monday with all ex-1 particularly as the deceased man left penses direct front headquarters. Mon ey advanced for expenses. Enclose addressed envelope. Manager, 370 Caxton building, Chicago. MANAGER WANTED Trustworthy lady or gentleman to manage business in this county and adjoining territory for well and favorably known house of solid finan cial standing. $20.00 straight cash salary and expenses paid each Mon day by check direct from headquar ters. Expense money advanced posi tion permanent. Address Manager, 610 Monon Bldg., Chicago, III. Church are now being held and the concert promises to be a success. 1 We understand that the selections are very fine and include choruses from celebrated oratorios. The best local talent has been secured. was killed by a fall from a scaffold at Fort Lincoln Monday, were held at the Presbyterian church this afternoon and a number of friends attended the services. The remains were escorted from the church to the Northern Paci- WANTED.—A trustworthy gentle- lie depot where they remained until the each county to manage! arrival of the afternoon train, when a wife and three small children. Finished Next Sunday—Jamestown Alert: The McKenzie-Linton exten sion of the Northern Pacific will be completed next Sunday, it is expected, and will then be turned over to the operating department of the road. Trains have been run as far as Hazel ton lor several weeks from McKen/.ie. A work train was sent from Jamestown Monday to assist in the laying of six miles of rails and when this work is done the road will be finished. There is a heavy grade near Linton, and it is necessary to make some heavy cutr.. The graders were at work for several weeks past on that portion of the road. Good Examination Results—State Superintendent Stockwell says that the, results of the late teachers examina tions were highly satisfactory and in1 the case of all applicants a good show.: ing was made, only 25 per cent, of the number failing to pass. There werej 00 papers examined. The subject of arithmetic was the one which caused( the most trouble with applicants and they seemed to think the questions unusually hard. The markings of alii papers were done strictly oil the merits of the answers, said the superintend ont. He attributes the good results to the attendance to teachers' insti tutes. summer schoods and harder study. The body of James Davis, a well known and prosperous farmer. «0 years old. and living twenty miles north of Minot. was found lifeless half way between Minot and his home. He^ was hauling a load of lumber and evi dently fell from the wagon, the wheels! passing over his head and Idling him| instantly. He had a family of grown children. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE 1903. OCTOBER 14 How Is Your Hair? We have an excellent "Shampoo Mixture" which will clean vour scalp and leave your hair in tine condition. It sells tor 50c per bottle and is worth many times that much to you. B. E. JONES, Ph. G., Druggist. Phne No. 5. Bismarck, N. D. PERSONAL Mrs. A. I^ogan returned this after nM from the west. Dr. F. B. Strauss came down from (ilcnullin on the afternoon train. Hans Fritz of Washburn shipped a carload of cattle to market this morn ing. E. H. Walker went down to Minne apolis yesterday to attend the wedding of an old friend. Assistant Supt. Kline of the North ern Pacific is among the guests in the city today, looking after some railroad Harold made a survey today tor thei matters. sidewalk along Main street, between' T. E. Waldorf of Menoken is in the First and Second streets. One discov- today and waiting for a little bet erv of the survey was that the Banner Hr cattle market to ship some cattle house building and the old real estate ,() Chicago. office across the street are about two' Chris. Mills of Livona was in the city feet across the lot lines. I today for a phyisician. He reports one( of his boys already dead, and one daughter seriously ill. The disease re sembles diphtheria. Sheriff Welch left this afternoon for Jamestown where he took a patient to the insane hospital. He will go to Fargo Friday to be present as a wit ness in the trial of Charles Selkirk for raising a money order. President Webster Merrifield of the state university, returned to Grand Forks yesterday after spending the day in the city, attending a sesison of the state high school board. Prof. Merri field was enthusiastic over the Indian summer weather prevailing on the Missouri slope, and the improved ap pea ranee of Bismarck, showing evi dences of growth and prosperity. Jamestown Alert: Supt, and Mrs. Wilson left Saturday night for Ne braska where Mr. Wilson will begin work in his now position. Mrs. Wil son expects to return in a few days I to finish packing the household goods for shipment. There were a number' offered for sale of friends at the depot to bid Mr. Wil son goodbye and extend him the best wishes for his future. Both he and Mrs. Wilson greatly regret leaving so many pleasant acquaintances and Mr. Wilson says that he did not realize that the number was so large until he came to leave for a residence where. Sheriff Eddy of Stutsman county is investigating the raiding of the Jour-' nal office at Kensal. MKIBBIN CAPS NONE BETTER MADE ASK YOUR I 1 Al 1 1 FOR SALE BY E. E. Semling & Co. IRRIGATION CONVENTION Delegates Preparing a Programme for the Irrigation Convention at Bis marck. I Fargo Forum: Gen. E. A. Williams, chairman of the the irri gation matter, arrived from Bismarck last evening, accompanied by Commis sioner of Agriculture Turner, a meet ing was held this forenoon at the rooms of the Commercial Club in Loyal Knights Tentple. Col. W. 11. Robinson, Professor Willard and Mr. Plumley were also present. Details wore ar ranged for the meeting at Bismarck next week. Tuesday afternoon will be occupied by the address of Pres. .1. J. Hill. The programme for the second day cannot be announced until tomorrow, when It is expected word will be received from others whom it is hoped will be pres ent. Bismarck is preparing for a bar becue and intends to give the dele gates a great time. There is every ia dication that at least 1,000 delegates will be present, at the convention. It is hoped the full programme can be I given tomorrow. STATE HIGH SCHOOL BOARD. State High School Board Takes Action With Reference to Applications for Aid. I The state high school board, consist ing of Governor White, Supt. Stockwellj and President Merrifl«ld, of the state university, met yesterday afternoon. Several applications of high schools for state aid were considered. The schools at Minot. Mlnto and Drayton were advanced froi" the second to the first grade. Oakes and Ltdgerwood were classed as high schools of the second class. Bottineau. Williston and! Bathgate were clissed as high schools I of the third class. The board instructed the issuance of a circular including a suggestion for a course of study for high schools of the various classes and also a list I of books suitable for high school refer-' ence library. The board added manual! training to the list high school course. placed on the markets of this state. A casual review of the bulletin shows that nearly all the preserves, jams.! jellies and extracts are of the vilest compounds, and should be eliminated from the market Corn and succotash, 1 peas and beans, fall under the same I ban in many cases. Canned tomatoes and tomato catsup are found, in many cases, to be illegal under the laws of the slate. While the bulk of the vine gar sold in the state is found to he vile stuff. The coloring of distilled and malt vinegars is in direct violation of section 2 of the food laws of North Dakota, and where such vinegars arc found to be so colored they are illegal I path after the impure e'S(?- Potatoes Spoiling. f§ I 'ectives in the Many Bad Food Products. Fargo Call: Bulletin No. 57. just is-' sued by the North Dakota Agricultural college experiment station, by Prof.' Ladd. is a stinging rebuke and arraign-1 ment of the food products now being I 11® I and the retailors are liable to prosecii-j^ tion. In the matter of lemon extracts, of the seventy-five or eighty different brands examined, a very small per centage was found up to the legal re quirements. In closing the chapter on "lemon extracts." the bulletin "The majority of extracts now 1 $ says: being in North Dakota will' .©! have to be taken off the market or be, very materially improved in quality, ©, after Jan. 1st. 104. And the large •'(jTji variety of illegal lemon extract on the^Q1! market is simply appalling. It is very evident that Prof. Ladd is on the war I and £r foods. should and will receive the hearty sup- port of those who are not willing to. j£j purchase and consume a lot of poison otis stuffs in order thu the manufac- turer and dealer may make a few more cents off the product. it .© I Owing to the continued wet weather the potato crop has suffered consideri ably from dry rot and scp.b in the Red River valley. Many farmers whose po tatoes were planted on low ground find that half their crop is not salable on account of dry rot. This condition is purely due to the exceeding wet weather. Potatoes affected with dr' rot will not keep long although they S^ are good for table tise until they spoil, The rot may be seen just under the peel, being brown in color. 1 iM II i® I !l Express Company Has to Pay. Jamestown Capital: The Western Express Co., which operates along the line of the Soo railway, has been visi ted by government agents and at many stations it has been made to pay about $300 a station for ilicit shipments of liquors. Nothing heretofore, has been said about it and the matter kept on the q. t. but the road has had to pay a considerable sum for carrying on this form of traffic contrary to Uncle Sam's laws. o©: I Attorney E. M. Sanford of James town, will move to the Pacific coast. THIS REMINDS YOU: That "Fashion" says Lights. We sell l(i c. Best Oualitv you must use Electric p. at 35c each for the But for a good, steady, reliable LIGHT, by which YOU CAN SEE to either read or sew, and which you can always depend upon, just use the poor man's friend, John D. Rockefeller's kerosene oil, in one of our "Liberty" Lamps You will then have what you want-"more light," when you want it, and at a price to please. Call and see our new line of Lamps. No old ones. No cheap ones. It will pay you to look at our assortment. Prices from 25c to #10.00. GRAMBS & W0LBERT, The Hardware Tl The Season's Great Success MR. THOMAS NELSON PAGE'S LONG-LOOKED-FOR NOVEL GORDON KEITH The Minneapolis Journal does not approve of the action of the Minnesota State Library Commission in rejecting this book from their list and «ays the proceeding "is very much at variance with some of tbe iiest critics, in its estimate of what is good literature." We think you will enjoy it. $1.25 CAPITAL BOOK STORE, Fourth Street, where the Cars will Stop. On Fo We Are In SS Position To do first class opticial work, and for that purpose have a reliable graduate op tician, who attends to all fitting of glasses. We area permanent institution in Hismarck, and are here everv dav to answer for the quality of our work. We make no charge whatever for fitting glasses, charjrinjr you only for the glasses you f^et. As a matter of plain reason and sound sense. Which is The Better Plan To pay your money to some traveling op tician, who must make his traveling ex penses out of his work in addition to his regular profit, or to deal with a home concern THAT GUARANTEKS its Work and is here back up the guarantee. WE LEAVE IT TO YOU J. B.C00K & CO 19 INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS & 0 & & .0, •0. $ 1 •oi $ 0J Jewelers & 0' Opticians. $ .© SCRANTON, PA. J.C. Holley BISMARCK, N.