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e-7. Jt. u. m: -1 $ ARE A POWER FOR GOOD. Valley City Patriot €apt. and Mars. Hall of the local salvation army, leave this morning for their new assignment In Bismarck. During their stay here the captain and hi* good wife have accomplished jinuch in raising the standard of the army In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Bridges entertained at din ner yesterday'ft few friends in their 'honor. .•••- An assortment of gaiter's- and cook's aprons, cook's caps, white duck coats and pants, just received and how on sale at moderate price* at Dahl's clothing store. ,/ Look Around Then Gome Here N other store will give you values like here Special for Saturday Lot I—Men's Shoes, $2.05 Lot 2-r-Ladios' Shoes, $1.95 For SituWay Only Our regular prices are low, quality considered, When we quote a special price they are Big Bargains, Be Sure te Go See CAYOU & Co. ?!S •'•^•L-'fltrJk'Li M..IIJ1__. Soo Hotol BuildiDg Phone 53 fWeSellfqrfishOnly Dor Motib-Qiiality Florida Orape Fruit Lar%e, 3 for 86c Edam Cheese Ea6h$1.36 Johnson's Educator Crackers Per can 80c Ripe Tomatoes Per pound 86c Cucumbers .^2for26c Head Lettuce Each 16c Radishes Per bunch 10c -•_ Fresh Celery 2 stalks for 86c, Sweet Navel Oranges 30c, 40c and 60c per do_en Soft Shell Walnuts California No. 1, Special^ per pound 16c I I rrwjjr Order sutC.O.D. The most highly refined and healthful of baiting powders. Its constant use in almost every American household* its sales all over the world, attest its wonderful popularity and usefulness. PERSONAL Senator Ed. Pierce left for Sheldon on No. 4 Friday afternoon. Frank Grambs and his son, Paul, went to Vargo Friday afternoon on No. 4. 3 H. Mutoheler, the Center mer chant, Is down from Oliver county on business. C. F. Massingham of Mandan, was in the city yesterday. W. J. O'Brien of Grand Forks, Was in the city Friday. He has been mak ing this territory for twenty years -jSk the interest of the Stoughton, Wis., wagon works. Arrivals yesterday: T. A. McCann, Palermo D. F. Miller, Stanley B. S. Ferguson, Barney George Boelig, Far go J. B. Waters, Minot G. M. Rob inson, Coal Hanbpr J. W. Robinson, Garrison Mirs. H. W. Sears, Maggie Darling, E, C. DobrltfskI, S. B. Miller, m, O. Wise, John Dougherty, Steele G. E. Berg, R. Davis, C. Lechungner, Glen Ullin O. D. Lewis, Mandan M. Hunn, Ryder H. C. Olson, Wash burn Mrs. G. S. Betzer, Napoleon. Mrs. A. C. McGIllivray of Dickinson, was in .the city yesterday enroute to St. Paul, tor which, ipoiht she left in the afternoon. She is on her way to California to spend the winter, JV L. Arnold, traveling auditor for the' Sod line, was in the city yester day shaking hands with old friends. He leaves for the east this morning. Ed. Moore was up from Steele last night to have some type set for the newspaper there and to have a mashed-finger fixed up. Fred W. Mpfnt was up from Mof 'fit Friday, "•'.. ". ',„. ^MMl Commencing Sunday Night, Jan. 24 J» Bennington Co. Presents In Daffy Land a Musical Comedy Also -. Motion Pictures :y and Illustrated Songs PriOOS): I O O 2 S O 3 S O SOMETHING*[ TO READ irhat you want at: The Utile Book Shop oa Fifth Street mimmKammi»m\mmim\\mmmmmmrmmmnmmmitmm\mmmmtmm»mm,mm»mm, ,^|llw utKntammnmmmim* mt^iviissMmmm V!. A A Opposite Soo Hotel GAV E raw DRINK-ARRESTED KINDLY DI8PO8EO INDIVIDUAL 18 ARRESTED IN THE ACT OF TREATING A FRIEND TO BOOZE ^-FIRST CASE OF THE KIND IN BISMARCK. Chief HJ. )P. ,t?ing arrested James, Brown for giving away' intoxicating drink as a beverage Friday afternoon. He was taking a drink in the hall way ibetween Canning's pool room and the Star restaurant when Robert Ohde who was passing, stepped illand fllhv Brown let him drink out of his bo -tie. /....' The chief, who was passing and saw the performance, immediately arrest ed Brown. A warrant was sworn out and the case will be heard before Jus tice E. &'. Pierce tomorrow. Moral: Do your drinking behind closed doors., It is said this is the first time in this county, if not, In the state, that the anti-treatlng provision of the prohlbi tlon law has been invoked, therefore the case excites moiv than ipassihg interest. A conviction may have a different effect on the disgusting free dom with which drinking has been done in the streets and other public places. .• %*•$(§ '•}':,' BISMARCK DAIliY TRI1UNI,ATl|RpA MORNING,' JANUARY 23, 1909. IS* MM «fc. I Wi AREJHIflRALIZEP SLEET STORM -BETWEEN I S CITY AND JAMESTOWN THURS DAY NIGHT CARRIES DOWN TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE WIRES TO EAST—LANDSLIDES HOLD UP TRAINS FROM WEST. Bismanck was shut off from the east yesterday by wire or telephone and train service was limited, being con fined to one train in the afternoon. The telephone-and telegraph lines on both tibe Northern Pacific and Soo routes were out of commission and the Tribune last night finally succeed ed in getting a limited amount of As sociated Press dispatches through' by way of Helena, but nothing could ibe sent out (by wire in apy direction. A large force of men are at work on the wire lines and during the late hours of the night it was expected communication 'would be restored. No. 2 on the N, P., due here at 1 a. m., was posted to arrive sometime today, but no definite time was set. INDIANS ARE ACCUSED Taken From Fort Totten on, Liquor villi .V Selling Charge. Fargo, N. D., Jan. 22.—Joseph Al bert, Peter Adams and Albert Caska/ badly injured half-fbreeds, were taken from Devils Lake by Deputy XT. S. Marshal Al. Mc Kay and lodged in the Cass county jail. The trio were arrested on the of the chief charge of "introducing liquor into the Indian country." They have lived all their lives at the Port Totten reserva tion. Inasmuch as they were arrested on a bench warrant they will be given no' examination, and probably will remain in the county jail to await the action of the grand jury which meets in the spring. FT LrNCOLN VS. BISMARCK The Ft. Lincoln Bowling club will play the Bismarck boys next Monday night, a return play, at the Bismarck alley at 9 o'clock\ Everybody come. Ladies' suits and trimmed hats are being sold at special prices at Webb Brothers. WHAT THEY SAY The F. J. Marcellus, Secretary ladise of the W. R. ?.. wives and ior cf the dpor. The register of deeds daughters Of old soldiers, whether (stayodT "ay all night, however, and members of the post or not, are re quested to meet at the home of O. Ward on Seventh etreet today at 3:30, to plan for the camp fire. Bide Wanted. Notice is hereby given that the board of county commissioners of McLean county. North Dakota, will re ceive sealed bids for furnishing steel vault fixtures for office building, up to 2 o'clock p. m., February 2nd, 1909. Each bidder to furnish his own plane and specifications. O. B. WING. County Auditor. Bismarck Orchestra. An orchestra of eight instruments, for concert and dance music. Phone Walter Bellow. No. 144. WWW -Trv WILL HAVE TO STAND TRIAL. Clyde Townsend, who was arrested Wednesday night for maintaining a nuisance under the, prohibitory law, had his hearing before Justice B. S. Pierce Friday inornlng.. States Attor ney R. N. Stevens appeared for tihe sttae, and Attorney Donahoe for the defendant. After the state placed on the stand eight witnessejs^and/ Attorney Dona hoe-had made a plea, for-a new (bond, Townsend was bound over under f500 to the next term of the district court. FINDSVERDICT AGAINST CIHEE JURY AT RUGBY DECIDES BER DAHL IS ENTITLED TO DAM AGES OF $300/' Rugby, N. D., Jan. 22.—John Buoye, chief of police of Rugby, must pay $300 to Ole Berdahl for beating him without due cause and holding him in jail when guilty of no crime. Ber dahl, who is a farmer, contended in an action for $5,000, that Buoye at tacked htm while he was talking with some friends. They had something to drink but were not intoxicated. Ac cording to the plaintiff the police chief struck him a blow over the head and knocked him to the ground, iShen he was hustled off to the city jail and while there was further punished and was kicked in the face and was Huyler's Candy a •Al bpje A Shipment was received. Friday arid it is nice and fresh. Chicago Chocolates, per pound, 6 0 Huyler's Fi^ Mixed, per pound, 8 O 0 HOSKINS HOUND OVER FOR BUND PIGGING STRONG CASE MADE AGAINST CLYDE TOWNSEND FOR V,VI« TAINING A NUISANCE AND HE As a result of his injuries he was laid up for several weeks. Berdahl contended that the attack was due to malice on the part Andy Jones, the missing mayor of Rugby, was one of the bondsmen for the chief and he was made a party to the suit. ,, REGISTER OF DEEDS GUARDED RECORDS AT NIGHT IS FOILED, ACCORD ING TO STORY FROM SCHAFER. PLAN TO REMOVE COUNTY SEAT the According to advices from Schafer an attempt was made at night to re move%ie county records from Schafer and take them to Alexander, which was recently designated iby the com missioners of McKenzie county as the county s6aL The register of deeds learaj^'of ithe^plot to secure the re cordsand chahfeed the combination of the vault in which the records were! kept. An official who favored Alexan der as the county seat is said to have removed the bolt work from the inter balked further proceedings. Three teams toad been sent over from Alex ander'to take the. records to Alexan der. 4t is supposed that the advocates of Alexander as a county seat will next iiek the courts to get a writ for the .renjjOval ^pf the, county records. Schafer is djjtermined to hold the county seat add claims the sentiment of the people was not carried out iby the commissioners. '•.... 1IAOK ON TH JOB. _r iL. A. IJeland returhed' to the city The board reserves the right to re- yesterday to help along the original ject any or all bidB. constitutional amendment bill for the initiative'and referendum. There are now several of these bills btfore the legislature, but unless the one which passed the last legislature is passed intact by this session the issue can- vo7be sttbmttted to a vote of tht peo- donartmant will prove beneficial to pie at the next general election. yeur pocketbootc Tribun Blk GEniNGMORAL California Boose Refuses to Recoisider Anti-lace Track Sacramento, Cal., Jan. 22.—The mo tion to reconsider yesfc*rday's vote by which the anti-race track bill passed the assembly, sixty-seven to ten, was lost this afternoon by a vote of 57 to 19. This finally disposes of the bill in the assembly. A similar bill will now be introduced in the senate. Grove I John son started the final fight' against the measure in the lower house today. Johnson declared he was.opposed to race track gambling, but he did not be lieve in "jamming such important bills through committees" without giving anyone a hearing and it was his opinion the race track measure should have been amended to make it. effective. CONSERVATIVE Report OD Trade Conditions Is Made by R. G. Don & Co. New York. Jan. 22.—R, G. Dun's weekly review of trade tomorrow will "say: The development of trade is along conservative lines. Quiet conditions still prevail in iron and steel and no transactions of importance are noted. Consumption of copper is not keeping pace with the production and prices are declining in consequence. FELL FROJH HORSE BROKE HIS NECK SO N OF MAJOR MCLAUGHLIN FALLS FROM HIS HORSE AT STANDING ROCK AND KILLED Word reached the city last nigbt that J. D. McLaughlin, a son of Indian Inspector McLaughlin, was thrown from his horse Wednesday evening on StandingkRocks Indiannreservationthmfro and fall. his nec wa broke The man was 30 or 32 years of age and was well known in that neighborhood. Ladies' high grade suits and trimmed hats are being sold at prices which have no regard for cost. Webb Brothers' is tre place. A Novelty. Tm tired of honest blacksmiths," sneered the critic. "Then you'll appreciate my new melodrama," said the playwright. "Its hero Is an upright piano mover." A visit and a purchase in Webb Brothers' millinery and ladies' suit department will prove beneficial to your pocleetbook. •m Sure Thing, don't all want to get rich "We quick." **Go "way." "Fact.. Plenty of us would be satisfied to acquire wealth gradually." Closing out sale on ladies' suits and, trimmed hats at Webb Bros. Used to Glucose. "While In Vermont I had some pure syrup.' "What of thatr "I think 1 could learn to like It, once Became accustomed to it" ______________ A visit and a purchase in Webb Brothers' millinery and ladies' suit ililBii •iiinniu iw awwwii'.MM Fiyt A fresh invoice of Imported Olive Oil in quarts, pints and half plats. Blue Point Oysters Imported Gaffelbiter Ancbovis Appctitsild lit Primost fresh Smelts Fresh Crabs Fresh Cod Fish Fresh Trout Fresh Whitefish Fresh Salmon Fresh Halibut Fresh Herring Finest Salt Breakf. Mackerel Whole Salt Cod Salt Whitefish K.K.K.K. Herring The Golden Bull GROCERIES and NOTIONS Hinz Special Sour Pickles, per doz. 15c or 2 ifor Heinz Dill Pickles, per doz. 15c, or 2 for Satir Kraut, per quart Strictly Fresh Eggs, per doz Fresh Boasted Peanuts, per lb. Cal. Soft Shelled Walnuts, per lb. White Clover Honey, per cake.. Candied Citron, per lb 2 10 cent pkgs. spices for Best 40 cent Coffee to be had for only Baker's Premium Chocolate, per lb Brooms each, 30 and Worth more. Bulk Graham Crackers, per lb.. .25 ,25 .10 .45 .10 .20 .20 .25 .15 .35 .40 .35 .10 E. H. McConkey, Prop PHONE NO. 2G9. Grand Pacific Building, COPYRIGHT. 4SP.s-e.ce Pleasant December Days tbey will be to the man who has fitted him self out suitably for the season with a stylish winter overcoat and suit of clothing made by the Bismarck Tailoring Co If you haven't procured a new outfit for Fall and Winter have your garments made by u& and you will have the assurance that the style and quality of your clothing are the best obtainable when made by the Bismarck Tailoring Co. C. A I S E Mgr Phone 293. Fifth Street. Bisanrck, N. D. Closing out sale on ladi.cn' suits and trimmed hats at Webb Bros. Ladies' suits and trimmed hats are being sold at special prices at Webb Brothers. Me Could. "And you say the law can't me?" "The law can't, but that doesn't ap ply to us lawyers. Five thousand aa retainer, please." Ladies' suite and trimmed hate am being sold at special prices at Webb Brothers. mmm •t •, BEE?