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LOT 2. I 0: 0 0 ©. 0 1 LOT 3. $18, $2o and S22.75, choice.. LOT 4. $25, $28.75 and $32.50, choice.. $3-75» $4-5° and $5.75, choice 0, THE CITY THE WEATHER. Generally fair tonight and Thurs day. Colder tonight. Max. 36 min. 14. Will Elect Officers—The M. B. A. will elect officers tomorrow night. Train Came Back—The Linton train Kot stalled at McKenzie this after noon and returned without making the trip. Successful Fair—Tho annual fair and supper of the Ladles Aid society the Presbyterian church occurred last evening, and was a great success socially and financially. The display »f articles was very extensive and were quickly told Supper was served ••."".V lit'.'- I !•••. #•••. Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pen #•••. I I0.*«. I I !••... •••*.. ••••. !•••.. #•••«. §•««.. I 1 •••«. I !•••«. I !•»•.. I !•*. I !•«*.. I !••».. IS*. I ••»... Wh.. te:: MM.. Universal Price the from $2.50 to $7.00. p- @®:©r©:©i© s^0:©.q%® ®s ©•©-©.©©© ©@©.®r@© :©.© ©.®s I Webb Bros. Department Store $5.00, $f».S0 and $7..So, choice.... 3$-7S $10, §12.50 and $15, choice 6.oo Ladies Cloth Jackets. LOT 1. Sf».50, $7.50 and $10, choice.... LOT 2. $12.50, 613.75 and $15. choice.. $5.00 7.00 10.00 16.75 $3--5' $.?-7 5. 4.25 and $4,75, clinicc Waist Patterns Ladies' Sweaters. WEBB BROS, Bismarck, North Dakota. Maccabee Dance—The dance to have been given by the members of I the local Maccabee lodge last Wed nesday night will be eiven tonight. It is hoped all those holding invitations will be present. I No Reserved Seats—There are no I reserved seats for Laurant's enter tainment Fust come, first served. Entetainment begins at 8.30 promptly. It is the second entertainment in the regular lecture course. Fine Line of Pianos—-T. B. Cook and company have received a consign ment of a dozen fine pianos direct from the manufacturers and have them on display in the Baker block Join the Dip-No-More Club. In stock, any style point,—iine, medium, coarse, stub. Try one, and if you do not like it in every particular, your money refunded without comment. CAPITAL BOOK STORE, Bismarck, N. D. W never have sold so manv Gar ments as we have this season to date. Consequently we had an opening for a line of Choice Garments from one of the best houses in the United States at £•, Unheard of Prices. give our customers the full benefit of this purchase. We quote vou a few of the bargains to be found here long as they last. Misses Jackets. 14 to 18 years Children's Jackets & Cloaks Makes its mark ~~a. .r LOT 1. $4.50, $5.3o and $(.75, choice.. $3-25 LOT 2. $7.50, $8.75 and $10, choice S-o® Ladies Fur Garments. $55.00 Astrakhan, Chamois interlining", $38*75 $38.75 Astrakhan. Chamois interlined. $5'».oo South American Weaver, $125.00 Heaver 85.00 $»5 00 Kriminer quickly and was praised by all. The of the standard makes in a variety ladies cleared about two hundred ami of desiges and will make a specialty fifty dollars. of this line of musical instruments. 1 Intending purchasers will do well to BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1903 0 .©: $ I '0. .© as & ,© 25.00 40.00 40.00 .© look over their line of pianos and get prices. Goes to the Jury—The case of Cook and Hinds vs. Dassault was completed in the district court and went to the jury this morning. The case of Sands vs. Killian was then taken up. This is a civil case involving a lease. B. C. Noble appears for Sands and A. J. Hedrix for Killian! Change in Time—The uashburn and Great Falls put a new time card into effect ering daily train service to Under wood. The train leaves Bismarck at 8.30 in the morning, reaching Under- woo(] at anij for the time being, until their new jn ,iie evening. store is completed. They have many A ••••$ .*••• 1 all round the world •MM ••Mi *••••, world over, -•••I ••••I •••M ::a| :::3 12.20 leaving there at 1.15. reaching Bismarck at 5 o'clock A Good Performance—Laurant, the Magician, carries all his own curtain hangings and equipment for staging his performance. With his two assis tants he gives a delightful two hours' entertainment. He is at Dickinson tonight and will reach Rismarck on I the 3.40 train in time to get his para- I phernalia ready for the performance. Captain Marsh's Record. I Washburn Leader: In speaking of the work of the Bismarck. Washburn & Groat Falls Railway's fleet of steamships and barges during the season just closed, Capt. Marsh says that he started on the Steamer Wash burn on the 13th of April. He was on the boat which made regular trips with barge loaded both ways up to the 20th of June, when the Steamer Washburn wan laid up. He was trans ferred to Steamer Expansion and made 43 trips up to the close of navigation, mcst of the time with th" barge and heavily loaded both ways. Never an accident during the season. No law suits, no damages. The Degree of Honor will give an other social dance Tuesday evening Dec. 22. All members of the Degree and Workmen are cordially invited to attend, also those holding Invitations for previous dances this fall. You can purchase course tickets for the four remaining entertainments In I the Bismarck lecture course for two dollars at the Atheneum ticket office on Thursday evening. You can make 25 by so doing. do PERSONALS. I $2.25 Mrs. DeCamp, who has been vlsit i- thr, city, returned east this af ternoon. ©. .©! $2.50 1 Sheriff Goodall of Stark county was an arrival from the west yesterday afternoon. A. L. Martin of Sentinel Butt* was an east bound passenger yesterday, en route to St. Paul. Brigadier General W. A. Kobbe of St. Paul, commanding the department of Dakota, was an arrival on the af ternoon train, and is a guest at Fort! Lincoln this citernoon. 1t Mrs. Walter Graham of Wilton re-1 turned today from St. Paul where she was called bv the serious illness of her father. He suffered an apopletic stroke and was for a time in a serious condition but is improving now. I We propose to Degree of Honor Officers. The Capitol Ixidge No. 16, Degree of lienor at their regular t.ieet'r.g last nicht ilectel the following officers for the ensuing vear: C. of H.—Mrs. Nora Winte C. of H.—Mrs. Elizabeth Ryan. L. of H.—Mrs. Rosa F'vnn C. of C.—Mrs. Ida White. Recorder—Miss Emma Scott. Finacier—Peter P. Formoe. Receiver— Mrs. Elizabeth Laist. Usher—Mrs. Margaret McLaughlin. I. W.—Miss Christina Robinson. O. \V.—Barney Roberts. Trustee—Mrs. Katrine Wallace. Representative to Grand Lodge— Mrs. Nora White alternate, Mrs. Wallace. Clayton Worst Married. Fargo Forum: Clayton L. Worst, eldest son of President and Mrs. Worst surprised his parents Sunday evening, with introducing to them a young lady, r.s liis wife, whom they were expecting to entertain as the tiancei of their son. The surprise to the parents can he bettor imagined than described, howrtver, after ex planations of the love affair there wire hearty and sincere parental con gratulations. The woddirg i.-ok plarp Oct.. S this year, veiy quietl" at Williston. where tip bride wa--. visiting a friend The .©: I bride was Miss Emily Kelly of Shells. berg. Wis., whom Mr. Worst met a* the home of some friends here up- v© Bismarck, original plan and maintained the road has ppi rpt The groom is well known in agricul tural college circles and enjoys the corfidenee of many friends. He is now falling the position of instructor of animal husbandry. During the Spanish American war Mr. Worrt was attached to Grigfby's rough riders and was second sergeant. 'o"«e~ 't' Doesn't The Baby Grow? What is the mattvr': (\tlli' In-re iwxt yet your ily twin "meal." foods lmv our in a Every leading variety of prepared foods. The finest ^rade of supir of milk. B. E. Jones, PH. G., Druggist, Bismarck, N. D. Phone No. 5, in holiday goods. This Reminds You That you will want some r.SKFl'L articles for CHRIST MAS gifts, either for your wife, hushand. sister, brother, or yourself. We partieulfttly invite YOl'K ATTKNTK )N to onr "Special Bargain Counter" These goods are all marked in plain figures, and you to e:dl, ami see them. We know you will iiiul some articles von want. Don't Forget our Lamps. Orambs & Wolbert, BISMARCK, N. D. THE MARKETS. Opening, Range and Close of Grain Prices at Minneapolis, Chicago and Duluth. Furnished by Coe Commission Co.. First National Bank building, who have direct wires to Minneapolis, Du luth and Chicago. Chicago. Wheat- May July Corn— May July Oats— May •vards of two \enrs ago with tho result jU]y thpt an oi.gagen ent was formed and it was well known to the prospective groom's parents. Since the engage ment Mis-s Kelly has been entertained several times by President and Mrs. Worst and during the last summer they have been intimate with the plans of the young people—all except the selection of the date for the nup tial event. The parents have always known of the groom's dislike of show and ceremony, in marriage affairs. On the date named the bride and groom expected to soon return to Far go and surprise their friends, but the facts prevented, the bride's friend having been taken seriously ill and she was obliged tc remain anri nurse her an«' it was not until a few days ago she was released from her care and was able to join her husband. In the meantime the groom adhered to the 81 Vi 42% 42% 36 33 Mi Minneapolis. Wheat- May July 81% 81M: New York Stocks. C. F. 1 28% Amalgamated Copper 40% T. C. 1 32% Brooklyn Rapid Transit 51 Manhattan 143% Metropolitan 123 Canadian Pacific 119 Twin City 93^6 0 .© & until his bride could come to cov- Fargo. The bride is generally accomplished and especially is a skillful artist with brush and crayon and has gained ninny laurels in the studios at St Paul. St 0' I 0 Come in js iitnl \\V oftt'Il and in small quantities in that way they are always fresh. Xo old loft-overs here. Haly's health is too precious. We have lmlties of our own and know how jiarents feel aliout foods. The Early..... Buyer Gets the pick of the Holiday stock. It is not possible to keep all lines complete after the rush of Holiday trade begins...If you buy now, you have the pick of the Best Holiday Stock Ever shown In Bismarck. Hand paint ed Chinas, 8tatuary, Silverware, Jewelry, and. a hundred and one nivelties. J. B. COOK & CO. Our F*all Stock of LUMBER AHD BUILDING MATERIAL IS COMPLETE. Full Stock Storm Sash Just Received Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. East Main Street. PHorie 17 A. ask Pennsylvania 118% New York Central 119 St. Paul 142% Atchinson G8% Missouri Pacific 93% Louisville & Nashville 106% Union Pacific 78% Great Western 16% IT. S. Steel 11% U. S. Steel, preferred 57 Illinois 129% Atheneum, Dec. 12. Fargo Call: "Sandy Bottom" paid its second visit to Fargo last night and was well receved by a large and well pleased audience. The company is an excellent one and each member proved equal to the role assigned them. Mamie Holden, as Sue, was bright and pretty, and won the audi ence from the start. Alfred Hamil ton as the "tourist" is an actor of rare ability. Mathe Edwards as the "Nigger Mammy" was all that could be desired, and the village quartette responded to several encores. The en tire company deserves special men tion. The piece Is nicely mounted, all the scenery being carried by the com pany. "Sandy Bottom" will always be a welcome visitor to Fargo.- 1 $ '&> 1 & '& .© ©. I 1 4'