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THE CITY
OFFICIAL REPORT
For 24 Hours, Ending 8 p. rru,
--••. Oct. 16.
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Temperature Maximum 51
minimum 23.
Precipitation None.
Wind Maximum velocity 12
miles, per hour from the south
east. r'-'^-"~-' ••^:4
Prediction Generally fair*
Sunday warmer in northwest
portion. '/wr, ,•.:+•
•"£."•.
PRESBYTERIAN SERVICES.
The evening service at the Pres
byterlan church will be of unusual in
terest tonight. It begins at 8 o'clock.
The music, a choir and an orchestra,
led by W. E. Peck is a sjdecial feat
ure. Dr. S. F. Halfyard of Grand
Forks, will speak this morning.
SATISFIED WITH HIS LAW.
George A. McCrea of Drayton, one
of Che most efficient members of the
last legislature, was in the city yes
terday. He is satisfied with the way
his law regulating the issuance of
druggist's permits is working.
SERIOUSLY ILL.
Mildred, the little daughter of War
den Hellstrum and wife, has been
very seriously 111 with appendicitis
since Wednesday last. It is hoped
she may recover from it without re
sort to a surgical operation.
WILL OCCUPY PULPIT.
Rev. W. C. Menges, on his way
home to Leipzig, N. D., returning from
a successful collecting tour in the In
terest of the Bismarck hospital, stap aPsecretarv "oT"the" "society "for" the
ned off here over Sunday. He will friendless. Fargo churches will ob-
occupy the pulpit of the German I
Th Golden Rule
GROCERIES and NOTIONS
Special for this week, 7 bars of
White Borax Naptha Soap.... 25c
A few packages of Rub no More
Powder that has been wet, 2 for 05c
Ten quart Tin Palls, 2 for 25c
Very best Uncolored Jap Tea, lb. 45c
Baker's Chocolate, per lb 40c
Twenty Mule Team Borax, 2 10
cent pkgs. for
H. JUcConkejr,
15c
Or two 15e ikgs. for 25c
A regular 30c Coffee, only 25c
Try some of this on my recom
mend. «.-•• ,.
Early June Peas, per can .. ..... 10c
Ammonia, per bottle ..'•. .$£.• 10c
Chamber Pails, each, ..1 ., 30c
Small enameled Roaster for a
small family, each ......^..vvVs 30c
Jersy Sweet Potatoes, $ 1WT.:. 25c
Rice Pop Corn, that win f»op, lb. 05c
Lightning Rat Traps, each ... i• -. 106
Two lbs. Evapor&ted Pears for'•-*'/ 25c
Pitted Prams,•T^lbv^^'&i.^ 15c
wo 20#
if
1r»f«l Pawrffto HoV* fcrt»Hn»v
fall stock of books will soon begin
arrive. Following our usual custom,
we have gone over the present stock and put on
sale tables every book that is at all slow in sale,
by reason of being a little shelf worn, or having
a trace of handling. The line on sale comprises
-fiction, standard authors, poets, etc. All the
books in his sale go at
ONE-HALF REGULAR PRICE)
This is an excellent chance to pick up good
reading at bargain prices. Naturally, the early
buyer gets the best choice.
Books in this sale will not be exchanged or
taken back. Itis a clearance saleat less than cost
HOSKIN
S
Evangelical church this evening at S
o'clock. Everybody is cordially in
vited to this service.
HEAVY TRA1N8.
No. 3 on the Northern Pacific Sat
urday was run in three sections, each
section being a very long one. The
travel both east and west has been
very heavy.
MRS. STERRTTT 18 BETTER.
A telegram from Mrs. George "Will
to Mrs. Jit'JV'Taylor from Irvington,
Ky., brings the news that their moth
er, Mrs. Steifrett, is very much im
proved. She {was visiting relatives
at her old home in Kentucky when
she was taken 111.
LOOKING AFTER SHIPMENTS.
J. P. Collins of St. Pauli route
agent of the Northern express com
pany, was in the city Saturday look
ing after shipments over his line.
INTERESTED IN BUSINE8S
Alex McKenzle was a passenger
east Saturday afternoon to look after
a Montana'land proposition in which
he is interested with eastern part
ies.
WAS A SUCCESS.
The Baptist ladles are much pleas
ed at the success of their supper on
Thursday evening. About $75 will
be cleared which will apply on the
parsonage fund.
OUT OF QUARANTINE.
The young son of John George has
had a mild attack of scarlet fever,
and the family have-been quarantined
for four weeks. The quarantine was
raised yesterday and John is at lib
erty to go home again.
PRISON SUNDAY.
Chaplain Newcomb of the peniten
tiary left Saturday noon for Fargo,
where he will mee't Rev. E. A. Fred
enhagen of Kansas City, the gener-
serve a prison Sunday and these gen
tlemen will speak in separate church
es Sunday morning and address a
mass meeting of all the churches in
the evening in the interest of prison
work. Warden Hellstrom and Gov^
ernor Burke had intended to be pres
ent and deliver addresses, but the
illness of the' warden's little daugh
terd prevented him from attending,
as he was anxious to do. The gov
ernor had an engagement that pre
vented his going. It Is desired to or
ganize the work of the society for the
friendless in the state.
NEW COMMERCIAL SCHOOL.
Miss Corcoran, who has recently
come here from St. Paul. Minn., has
organized a class in commercial, spec
ial work and elocution and will be
gin work in her office rooms In the
Lucas 'block on Monday, Oct. 18.
The Gregg system of shorthand
will be taught, as it is the most pon-'
ular system now in use, It being the
most easily written, read and remem
bered—no* drawing or characters in
this system—It is based on normal
long hand writing.
Miss Corcoran will take the av
erage student and In four months
time have .him write from 150 to 200
words of new matter by writing the
Greafg system. The Puttnan and1
Graham systems will be taught where
students have started and not. com
pleted their course. Positions -nto
furnished as soon as students are nre
pared. Day and evening schopL Cajl
and enroll.at• oace,. 'ii$i$ £:^fS^^
If you want chocolates, bfry Sor
ority, Brand. For sale at Cowan's
'i&Krfg
fry THe»me Want Column
Bismarck
N. D.
THE CHURCHES
SALVATION ARMY.
11 a. m., Holiness meeting. ..\
3 p. m., Children's meeting, led by
Sergt. Maj. Little.
8 p. m., Gonpel meeting, lesson
subject "What Is Tipth." CapL C.
P. (Hall, Officer in charge..
SWEDI8H. LUTHERAN
Services will be held in the court
room at 10:30 this morning. Preach
ing in the Swedish language.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH,
Corner Thayer and Third street.
Holy Communion, 8 a. m.
Holy communion and sermon at 11
a. m.
Choir practice on Friday evening
at 7:30. Rev. Edgar Jones/ rector.
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Morning worship at 10:45. Address
by Dr. S. P. Halfyards of Grand
Porks.
Sunday school at 12 m.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
Evening service at 8 p. m.
The special feature of the evening
service will be the music, orchestra
and choir.
A cordial invitation is extended to
everyone, especially to any stranger
in the city. Chas. W. Harris, pastor.
BAPTIST CHURCH.
Corner Fourth street and Avenue
B. 10:45, Worship with sermon.
12 m.. Bible school, Dr. Schutt,
superintendent.
6:45 p. m., Christian Endeavor de
votional mjeeting, W. E. Parsonp,
leader..
A visiting Methodist misister will
occupy the pulpit. Geo. B. Newcomb,
mlnimster.
GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH.
Corner Rosser and Seventh Sts.
Sunday services as follows:
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Preaching service, 10:45 in the
morning.
Chapel service at our.hospital this
afternoon at 3 o'clock, conducted by
Rev. W. C. Menges, our former pas
tor. He also will occupy the pulpit
for the evening service at the church
at 8 o'clock.
Special music is povided for these
services.
We 'extend a hearty welcome to
friends and strangers. H. C. Lea
ner, pastor.
Sorority Chocolates, the kind
like, at Cowan's Drug Store.
WEDDED.:
Two Well Known and Pooular People
Of Burleigh Count/ Wed.
George C. «Hannah and Elizabeth
Manifold were united"- in wedlock by
Rev. Louis Maglh at the Methodist
parsonage Saturday, night. They
were attended by Harry Langly and
Maude (Hartwick Of ithis city.
.The groom Is a prosperous farmer
and lives eight miles south of Dris
coll, and the bride fa well known in
the eastern part of the county,
Thev will reside1 on tho grooms
farm for the present. A targe num
ber of friends exten4': -j|Di!B|^tulaftU)ns
t& the young ooople.'"-'.'' #J,:f4^ -i'
TheTsoupoo enclosed In eacn oar of
Johnston's T-R-I-O-'S •@T*m0.
entities you to another ^J2ni
hrflf pound of candy ^^"i
free. Offer limited.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 17, 1*09.
AMUSEMENTS
GEM
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An attractive program is promised
at the Gejtn for the change commenc
ing with today's matinee.
Three acts will make up the bill
and everyone of them comes highly
recommended.
The Rebhol's In a high class sing
ing, dancing and talking act, will be
the headliners. V. P. Woodward will
introduce a novelty tamborine act,
and Jay Bogart, a biack faced com
edian:, coming right from Chicago,
will supply the fun.
Something special is offered in the
animated picture line. Manager
Hirsch has secured Edison's produc
tion of "The Prince and the Pauper,"
Mark Twain's powerful story, which
is said to be one of the finest films
ever put on the screen. "A Georgia
Wedding," and "The Artist's Re
venge," are two high class comedy
subjects, making up a bill whioh can
hardly be beaten for variety.
The reservation land pictures, that
are making a decided hit, especially
with the strangers visiting in the
city, will be shown at every perfor
mance.
The matinee starts at 3 o'clock,
and there are going to be three even
ing shows starting at X.:15, to accom
odate the large Sunday crowds.
The management begs us to an
nounce that from now on a complete
change of vaudeville for the last part
of the week has been arranged-
GRAND
Two extraordinay feature subjects
in motion pictures will be shown at
this afternoon's matinee at 3 o'clock,
and at tonight's performance, which
will commence at 7:15.
"The Indian Runner's Romance,"
is a thrilling episode in the Black
Hills, and a most beautiful subject
in scenitf splendor, with a succession
of intensly thrilling incidents.
"Doomed," is a most beautiful col
ored picture, and the story is most
intresting, Jn which Satan in dis
guise. mixc3 up in love affairs with
most disastours results. If yon like
motion pictures- don't miss this bill.
They will be run arSunday's shows
only, as there will be an entire
change of program again Monday
n'ght.
PAID IN
NURSERY INSPECTION.
Professor Waldron of the state ag
ricultural college at Pargo was in
the city Saturday on his way back
from Oregon. He inspected the O.
H. Will & Company nurseries Satur
day afternoon.
ADDRESSED THE OOA*~~.~JtfCE.
President G. A. McFarland, of the
State Normal School at Valley City,
was in the city Saturday. He ad
dressed the conference at Mandan on
Friday night and Saturday, morning
on the building of a Methodist dormi
tory at the normal school at Valley
City.
NOTICE
OR. T. M. MacLACHLAN, EYE, EAR,
NOSE AND THROAT
^r- -y. SPECIALIST
Has moved his office from the Lucas
block to the Tribune Building, over
Hosldn's Store.
The want ads are important to yon
when some incident •'upsets" th*
routine i*"-»«nee or.home.
Try Tribune Want Column*.
MONUMEN
Wholesale end Retail
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W receive all our poods in
car load lots in the rough, which*
enables us to sell 20 per cent
cheaper than by buying_in the,
'east.
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LOUISH.CARUFEL,Prop.
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AntomobHe Supplies and Oils
Third Street end roadway
Dirlam, Prop.
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that will save you 2.
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The Gordon De Luxe
TO ATTEND A WEDDING.
W. F. Cochrane and wife and Clara
and Eliza leave this morning for the
east. They will attend the wedding
of W. F. Cochrane, Jr., to Miss
Gretehen Schneider atxTroy, New
York oh Octiber 20.
For .8a,le.
Two houses situated'on Fourth-St.,
and near the O. H. -Will & company's
seed house. Lot 5. with small house
and lot 6, with small house, both in
block 1Q6, Original plat of the city
of Bismarck, N. D. Sealed 'bids will
be received at my office in the city of
Bismarck, in the First National Bank
•block, until November 15, 1909. The
right to refuse any and all bids is
TOLLIALt F. COCHRANE,
Administrator, with the will annexed,
of the esate of Matthew Queenan,
Deceased.
See display ad of Sorority Choco
lates. Cowan's Drug Store.
Try The Tribune Want columm.
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THE TRIBUNE FOR ENTIRE PERIOD BY MAIL FOR 50 GENTS
juiiiiiiiiinimiiniiiniiiH
Bijou Theatre, Wednesday, O ,"
JOHN CORT
Presents a Mammoth New Production in his Revival of
The Greatest of Oemedy Opera Sueoesses
By PJXLE A O E S
With ELEANOR KENT and an Exceptional
Principals and Attractive Chorus
5 Mwtfci In New Yerh 6 Moiths In Gfclcigo 4 Hoitfct Ii BotiM
^rlOr© a S Hlt» than was ever written for a
Comedy Opera: ••The Tale of a Bumble Bee," "Pll Do or Die,'*
'•The Eminent Doctor Fizz," "A Jolly Old Potentate," "In the
Garden of My Heart," "Two Hearts Made One," "For Love I Uve
/^loae," "Diana," "Claim Thou Thine Own," "True as the Stars
Above," "Nonsense." .?*f.
There Is No King But
Price* for this Engagement: 75c, $1.00
Seat sale opens Monday at Knowles *t Haney'aJf^'
Special Train loaves Mandan at
Rhobotham's Orchestral
3 |OPEN FOR ALL ENGAGEMENTS"
'%,mi[::^GE^... E. MPPER,. Director
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