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APPEAL TO THe PRESIDENT. Large Number «f Citizens Ordered to Leave Telluride, Colo. Denver, Dec. 3.—The executive board of the Western Federation of Miners has sent the following tele Cram to President Roosevelt: "At the present time officers of the state of Colorado, under the guise and pretext of enforcing law, have ordered A large number of reputable and self sustaining citizens and residents to leave Telluride, Colo., under penalty of being imprisoned or otherwise se verely dealt with. The citizens and residents are not guilty of any crime against the laws of the state or United States. "The constitution and laws of the United States pertaining to civil rights are being frequently violated and we call on you under the civil rights statutes and under section 1988 of the Revised Statutes of the United States to investigate conditions pre vailing there and give to these persons who have been so outraged the pro tection guaranteed to them by the laws of the land." OTTAWA UNIVERSITY BURNS. Magnificent Stone Building Completely Gutted by Fire. Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 3—The Ottawa university in this city was totally de stroyed by fire early in the day A!i that remains of the magnificent stone building, which was one of the sights of the eastern part of the city, are portions of walls. The loss is esti mated at 1250,000, partly covered by Insurance. It will be two years before It can be rebuilt and meantime it will be impossible to get a place suitable to carry on the work of the institution. There were 450 students at the uni versity, which was a Roman Catho lic institution and was carried on un der the charge of the clergy. Of the students about 350 were boarders and the remainder day schol ars. Nearly all of the boarders were from the United States, principally from the New England states. BEFORE IMMIGRATION BUREAU. Great Britain Takes Steps to Secure Alleged Irish Convict. Washington, Dec. 3.—The British government has taken steps to secure the person of I»ynchehaun, the I try and therefore, under the exclusion laws, he may be deported and returned to the country whence he came. This of course would place him in the grasp of the British authorities. The application is now pending before the bureau of immigration. WATCHING WOOD INQUIRY. President and Secretary of War Are Keenly Interested. Washington, Dec. 3.—Without en deavoring in any manner to influence the senate committee on military af fairs in its investigation of the nom ination of General I-oonard Wood, both the secretary of war and the president It has b(jyn (.arolullv ostjmated States. tljg number .f missionaries who have It is alleged at ?J'n laid down tiijir lives in Africa is 190. a convict when he landed 111 this conn- Hare & French Have just received a larjre consignment of Rochester Stamping Co.'s Goods. High Grade Metal Specialties consisting of Tea Kettles, Coffee Pots, Tea Pots, Chafing Dishes, Tea Sets, Cake, Bread and Fruit Trays, Baking Dishes, Water and Cream Pitchers, Wash Boilers, Berry Dishes, Nut Bowls, Cake Baskets, all Nickel Plated copper---the very best goods of the kind made, and prices are in reach of all. We have also received a full line of LISK Anti Rust Ware this is the only line of TIN WARE that will withstand the hard well water of the country, and are WARRANTED not to rust. tifThe public in general are cordially invited to call and look over our stock. HARE & FRENCH, Bismarck, North Dakota. A!Prescription Guaranteed to Keep you Comfortable in Cold weather Is Your Temperature Going Down? TRY OVKKCOAT TREATMKNT, guaranteed cure for cold, taken in small, medium or lon^ doses. All sorts of jrocd overcoats at from $10.00 to Temperature Still Going Down? TRY SUIT TREATMENT. nearer to you than overcoats, and comes at attractive prices. Good sorts marked. ..$10.00 to Your Temperature Gone Down Far as it Can? No! Try our jfood warm underwear—all kinds, Cft/"* styles and grades, l'er garment Ovf^ There, we have made yru comfortable at last, and vou'll stay so all winter, l'ocket book isn't hurt much either, is it? •R. L. 'BEST (SL CO. First Rational 3an HlocK -BISMATtCK. /fOTtTH DAKOTA are watching the developments care-, the proposed North Wing to the State fully. It can be said that at present! the committee on his own behalf. The investigatlon Is proceeding in accord ance with the plans of the committee, ted as follows: but as yet it cannot be foretold how long the inquiry may continue. The president sent the nomination to the senate and it Is proposed that the sen ate shall pass upon it. It can be said that It will not be withdrawn. ALL NEGOTIATIONS OFF. Pittsburg Street Car Men Will Vote on Strike Question. Pittsburg. Dec. 3—All negotiations between the committee of Division No. 85 of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electrical Employes of America and the Pittsburg Railways company were declared off alter a brief conference during the day. President Callery of the Pittsburg Railways company stated positively: that an advance in wages could not be 1 granted at the present time, as busi-, ness conditions will not warrant an in crease: also that it was utterly iin practicable to change the turn plan for IF THE JABY IS CCTIING TEETH, Be sure and use that old and well-tried I remedy, Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup, for children *eething. It soothes Irish-1 the chiln. softens the gums, allays all man who was accused of murderous pain, cures wind colic and Is the best assault upon his landlady in Ireland, remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five but whom, after an extradition pro- cenw bottle. ceeding in Indianapolis, was freed from arrest. The new proceedings have been instituted under the immi-j Lives Sacrificed to Duty. gration exclusion laws of the United, that 13 ii.ll till LttU $30 $22 BIBXABOE DAILY TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, DECEMBEB 3, 1908. STATE CAPITOL EXTENSION. Office of the Capitol Commission. Bis marck, North Dakota, November 16. 1903. Notice to Builders. Sealed proposals will be received by the Capitol Commission at their office in the Capitol building at Bis marck, N. D., until one o'clock p. m. Tuesday, Jan. 12. 1904. capitoj. aJso maklng ST £n£i tood,gim8^ePrcba,,1.eS|and alterations in the old building. from the Philippines to testify before separate bids with certified checks' 8 $ I §j & fe & For the erection and completion of certain changes,^ accompanylng eachf wm be submlt- First. For the general contract for the new building, $5,000.00. Second. For the general contract for the old building included above. 5? The right Is hereby reserved to re ject any and all bids. By order of the Capitol Commission. & & Third. For the Plumbing, $500.00 ^-, Fourth. For furnishing and In- ©s stalling 1 passenger elevator $500.00. ,©, Fifth. For the electric wiring $300.! jgf All the above checks to be made And also that he will within a reasonable time furnish a good and approved surety bond, in a sum equal operating cars The employes will meet during the to the amount of the contract price, evening to vote on the question of a strike and if it is favored by a ma jority it is understood an immediate suspension will be ordered. an(j jn strict Contractors will have until Dec. 1,! 11)04, in which to complete all con. tracts. SQ' payable to the order of Frank White, I *0* governor and chairman of the com mission. and will be given as a guar antee of good faith, that the contrac tor whose bid shall be accepted will enter Into contract at the price named in his bid. accordance with Chapter 133 of the laws of 1901, of the State of North Dakota, for the faithful exe cution of the con ract, otherwise the check to be forfeited. FRANK WHITE. Governor. E. F. PORTER. Sec'y. of State. H. L. HOLMES. Auditor. PROPOSALS FOR DEPOSIT OF STATE FUNDS Bismarck, N. D., Dec. 1, 1903. The state board of auditors will consider, January 12, 1904, proposals in accordance with the provisions of Section 237 of the Revised codes, from any national or state bank of the state which wishes to be a depository for state funds for the ensuing two years. All banks that are at present state depositories will be obliged to make new applications, accompanied by new bonds, no matter when desig nated. Address all such proposals to E. F. PORTER, Secretary of State, Bismarck. N. D. $2.00 More than Half Far* via Chicago Great Western Railway from St. Paul. To all points In Arkansas, Colorado, I Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, New! Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas. Tick ets on sale Dec. 1st and 15th, 1903 January 5th and 19th, 1904. For further particulars apply to R. R. Jones, traveling agent, Fargo, N. D. Home-Vlsitora Rates. Of fare and one-third for the round trip via Chicago Great Western Rail-1 way, to Chicago, Des Moines, Council muffs, Dubuque, St Joseph and Kan sas City, will be on sale dally until December 15th. For further informa tion apply to R. R. Jones, Traveling Agent, C. G. W. Ry., Fargo, or J. P. Kliner, G. P. A., C. G. W. Ry., Chicago, 111. The New Omaha Short Line. Of the Chicago Great Western Rail way offers two finely equipped trains daily between the Twin Cities and Omaha. The Flyer running every niglit makes connection^ in Union Depot, Omaha, for Denver, Salt Lake City, San Francisco and all points west. The Day Express is the best train for Austin, Mason City, Fort Dodge and Omaha. For further in formation apply to R. R. Jones, travel ing agent, Fargo, N. D. More Than Fortunate. A Vernioiit young man who went to Troy to marry a gir! the other day was rejected. The object of iiis love then gave him enough money to pay his fare home. It is rare that good luck visits a man twice on the same day.— Buffalo Express. points in Iowa and Missouri, via: JOSEPH CALDWELL, Trav. Pass. Agent, 365 Robert St., St. Paul, Minn. SOO TIME CARD No. 97, mixed, wost bound, arrive 6:00 p. No. 96, mizod, east bound, depart 8:45 a. m. Freight and paFWM)tf*ri» for Hraddock, Na poison, Oakes, Hankitison and all point* to the 8o» line to MiumU.'jlts. Plans and specifications are on file, Bismarck, Washburn A Great and may be seen at the office of the Capitol Commission at Bismarck, N. D. At the office of the Builders Ex change at St. Paul, MIn., and at the office of M. E. Beebe, architect, C18 First Ave. North, Fargo, N. D. Falls Uailway Co. OKKICIAh TIME CARD No. 1«. Subject to chaufrt* without notice Taking ef fect at ft a m., Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1WW. No. 1. Mle. Stations. No. 't a. in. 0.. L»v. BUmarck.. d. Ar. 3:15 p. m. 9:10 a. m. 10 Lv Arnold Lv.2:4r p. m. 9 3*i a. IK. Lv. Baldwin.. d. Lv.2:l") p. m. 10:05 a.m. 27 Ar .. Wilton Lv. 1 :r»o p. m. |0:Sfi a. m. 27. Lv.. Wilton Ar.l in. 11.110 a. in. 4.'» Ar.. Wabhtmru.. d. Lv. p. m. No. 8. M)B. Stations. No. 4 HrHoa.m. O.Lv. Biaiarck. d..Ar. 6:30 p. m. 9:10 a.m. 10 Lv Arnold d.LvHmp m. m. 18. Lv. Baldwin d..Lv.r:30 ni. 10rO-*i a. m. 'J7.. Ar ..Vt iltun d. Lv..'»:«p. n». 10:3ta.m. 37 Lv Wilton.... .d Ar 4 :'M p. m. m. 4"» Ar.. Washburn, Lv.Htfop.m. 1J :4." p. m. r8. Ar... Tndorwood d.Lv 1:45 p. Te)*trraph station. Trains No. 1 and 2 will ruu Monday,Tuesday. Thursday and Friday. Trains No. a and 4 will ruu Wednesday and Satuiday ouly. 'Iraiu No. 2 will not leave Washburn until Train No. 1 has arrived. Train No 4 will not leave Underwood until Train No- 3 has arrived. KogiBterintfStations~Hismarck, Wilton, Wash buru and uderwood P. KCKELS, Gctif ral Sup nunndetT. "t. Alwni Dr CHICHIWTBK'S RNGL lt£» u4 Um\4 m*ullie bona, biMribboa. Take «tfcer. Bi mammm* NMiMitlMi u4 la jMr UraniM. or 4 •all. H» Wholesale and Retail ...GROCERS... Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and Grain. Corner third and Broadway BISMARCK N. D. ...First National Bank BlUMABCK, M. D. ESTABLISHED IN l»7» U. S. DEPOSITORY. B. Little, Pres. F. D. Khndrick, Vice Pres. 8. M. Pyk, Cashier. J. L. HKLL Asst. Oanh. CAPITAL, *100,000. interrnt Paid on Time Uepomitu. a vne Fare Plus $2.00 Round Trip Rate Via Chicago Great Western R'y. To points in Old Mexico, New Mex ico, Minnesota, North Dakota, Texas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas and Ne braska. Ample return limits. Tick ets on sale Dec. 15th, 1903, and Jan uary 5th and 19tb, 1904. For further information apply to R. R. Jones, O. P. Agt., Fargo, N. D. Dr. Jameson Now Sorry, Dr. Jameson, in reply to an address at Capo Town recently, referred to the famous raid as a blunder which he had cxplct.• !. and which he had hj0pfd had Le ui dored. Are You Going Home This Winter? Excursion tickets will be sold from your station daily until Decem ber 15th to Chicago, Peoria, Kansas City, Omaha, Sioux City, and CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE & ST. PAUL R'Y, from St. Paul and Minneapolis. Five fast daily trains to Chicago including the Government FAST MAIL and the PIONEER LIMITED. Good service to Iowa and Missouri. Ask your agent for tickets via this line. For particulars address. I 'V ST. PAUL MINNEAPOLIS DULUTH •NO POINTS EAST*SOUTH To BUTTS HKLSNA SPOKANS SEAYTLE TAOOMA PORTLAND OALIPORNIA JAPAN CHINA ALASKA KWONOIWL |C m. S.F«k6.P. A rth. CROOK 8TON ««li5 BEST SERVICE FOR YOUR MONEY A. M. Fenton, Trav. A|(t., ..) Main St. Winnipeg, Man. $ 0: & 0 & I 0 0 0 0 0 $ 0' 0 0 0 0. 0 0 0 rs W. B. DIXON, Northwestern Passenger Agent 0 0' 1 0 VESTIBULED TRAINS. DINING CAKs Time Card-Bismarcl Hi( Hound. No. 1, North Coast Limited 1 :40 No. S. Pacific KxrreBh 1 j' t.ant Bound. No. 2, North Coast Limited I ITH No. 4. AtlttUticKlprPHB 3:4a |. Wuy Freight. No. fll, west hound AMI |i No. 62, CHstbouiid 1 .«•» Permit at Ticket Offi for (5S-.V ,'F'MllniHU flrM clHBtt and Tourist Slee|iinK Reduction Clearance Sale of FURNITURE To make room for our fall stock, we arc milking sweeping re ductions in prices on all our Furniture, Carpets and Draperies. Full Size Dressers, $9.80. 3-Piece Chamber Set, $19 00. AND ALL OTHERS IN PROPORTION. We do UNDERTAKING in all its branches, and can urnish a lady assistant when desired. E.G. FIELD, HOLIDAY EXCURSIONS. THE MAIN TRAVELED ROUTE to Toronto, Montreal and Eastern Canada is by way of Minne apolis, St. Paul and Chicago, via THE NORTHWESTERN LINE between Minneapolis, St. Paul and Chictgo. (A R*TE for the rounri trip to points west of Toronto or Mont I' from December ist to 31st. Good to return any time with ill Ant A fattt l» 1 a specify the NORTHWESTERN LINE. Geo. A. Lee, Trav. AKt., 5j Security Bk. Grand Korks, N. D. Fire, Accident andFidelity PIONEER AGENCY Office First National Bank Block BISMARCK, N. D. Third and Main Streets HONTnr«L, Free reclining chair cars, Pullman pal ice sleeping cars. Modern 4a« coaches jn« vestibulad steam heated trains months. Get tickets from your local railroad agent' but'bt su H. R. Grochan, 0. Parker TravellnK Agt. Res. A(f«., s.\» Fargo. N. 0. Winnipeg, S.M.Pye &Co INSURES ANYTHING INSURABLE. Insurance, FALL MONTHS BRIN6 FIRES Insure Today.