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1: THE CITY Weather Bulletin *Moilshed by Authority of the Secrc tary or Agriculture. Bismarck. N. D., December 27. A I I 1 Bismarck ... 10 I 20 18 .04 Oalgary 22 SO 8 0 Chicago JO 16 1« .14 Denver I 16 48 6 0 Devils Lake .. 6 14 8 .01 Duhith I— 6 6 8 0 Havre 22 30 20 0 Hiurcm I 8 20 8 .04 Hoorbead ... I— 2 12 8 .04 Pierre 20 26 12 St. Louis ... I 16 I 30 16 0 St. Paul 4 12 4 .04 Sioux City ... 14 26 10 0 Spokane 22 I 26 4 0 Wtllteton ... I 13 20 I 20 I Winnipeg ... 4 I 4 0 1 -06 A.—Stations. B—Min. temperature in last 12 hours. C—Max. temperature in last 24 hours. D—Velocity of wind. E—Precipitation in last 21 hours. Weather Forecast. For North Dakota Generally fair Tuesday not much, change in temper ature. For Bismarck and vicinity Gen erally fair Tuesday not much change in temiperature. Weather Conditions. An area of low pressure is central over the Lukes, and the pressure is below the normal (westward as far as Saskatchewan. Ln the extreme north west the pressure is high. The indi cations are for generally fair weather Tuesday with not much i:foange in the teamperature. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official in Charge. MILLER OUT AGAIN. Attorney General Miller is about again after a ten day seige with an ulcerated tooth, -which proved ex tremely •painful and distressing. He bias been Tinder medical care, and be lieves that the worst of the battle is now over. HANDSOME SOUVENIR. General Passenger Agent Calloway of the Soo line, sends out a handsome little souvenir of the holiday season, audi friends in the clity (have received souvenirs through Superintendent Derrick of that road. WIRELESS FOR BISMARCK. James Doran of this city, has re cently received three wireless tele goaiph. outfits one for Dennis Cook, one fctr Sherman Knauss, and one for toSmself. After adjustment they could be worked perfectly for quite a dis tant:©. It is expected that there will toe several amateur wireless stations here. A SOCIAL EVENT. Miss Eva Marquett entertained her lelilow pupils at Bemis' business col lege by a sleigh ride just before Christmas. The ride was followed by a supper at Miss Marquett's home. The entiire party bad a most enjoy able evening. YEOMAN MEETING. will be a Yeomc nigiht in the K. P. ball. Nomination and ejection of officers. A full at tendance is desired. VISITING OHIO POINTS. Misses Helen Burton and Agness Oanr, rwiho are students in Overlin |col "Jetge, spent Christmas with Mr. Bur-been 'tatt's sister at Huntersberg, 0., and *bjey win sjpend iNew Year's day with Mrs. Burton's sister at Painsvilie, O. Miss Orr .will also visit Rev. and Mrs. Hayes of Lexington, O., before return ing to (her college work. RECEIVED HONORS. Harold Winchester is spending the iholidlays In :New York City with a friend of his. He is in his senior year in Dartmouth (college. He was one of the seniors to receive schol astic honors on honor night Which was recently held In Webster hall. FAMILY REUNION. The Rev. Watkins of Dickinson, carnf? down to spend Christmas 'with his father and .mother. All the child ren witlh one exception, were present. VISITED COATES FAMILY Kenneth Wylie, cashier of the Stockman's .bank at 'Napoleon, with his wife and children, spent Christ mas with W. IE. Ooates and family. Ken is looking well and emjoys 'bis work at the Logan county seat. FUNERAL TODAY. The funeral of the late Mrs. Nelson will be held from the Webb undertak ing parlors this afternoon. RETURNED HOME. Walter Lehifeld has returned1 to his Xew Salem home from t/lie Bismarck hospital, where lie toad been for an operation. HAD HIS LUNOS TAPPED. Turtle Lake Waive, 24th: Eddie Webster, accompanied by C. A. Wells, was token to the 'Bismarck hospital last Friday, where a surgeon tapped his lungs and! let off a quantity of water 'wtoiidh had gathered there. The boy is feeling better but is a long way from1 recovery. A LINE FROM PETER FORMOE In writing to the subscription de partment of the Bismarck Tribune, Peter Formoe, formerly of Bisimiarck, but now of Sndhomisih, Wash., says: "The Tribune is like an old friend, bringing news every week, and is al ways .welcome. We send hearty good wishes to old friends in Bismarck and a Merry Xmas to all." Mr. Formoe also adds: "Mr. G. L. Gilbert sarnie in today, (Dao. 21), for a visit of a few days. Hte is looking fine and feels good." Formoe is in the tailoring business, and' as in Bismarck, the rep resentative of Wannamaker and Brown of Philadelphia. GET READY FOR EXAMINATIONS. Edwin Cochrane will leave for An napolis about the first of the year to begin his preparation for his entirance examination to the U. S. naval acad emy. SPLENDID CIRCUS. "A splendid dircus," will be the inonrment on Ahe street next Friday, and a lot of people will be sorry that on ,the might before they missed the great spectacular paegent of ©unglling Brothers. The circus is the only win ter show on earth. It conies off on Thursday evening at the Y. M. A. gymnasium. Clowns, tralfcned animals, acrobatic feats, side shows, and a multitude of other good tlhings fill the bill. BIJOU OPERA HOUSE EXCELLENT CHRISTMAS SERVICE There were large audiences at the 'Methodist church Sunday, both morn ing and evening. The choir nvuslic was for above the average and by many it was considered as good music as Bismarck local talent has ever given. There was a large choir and some of tfhe choruses .were girand. One of the best numbers -was, "The (Herald Ang e's Sing," rendered at the morning servlice. The pastor's sermon was concerning "The imcarnation." The difficult theme was presented in a »i,rv-,.i iy,r.y cr th~ maray tSuanked the loastcre for the diiscourse. Dr. ford's sermon Sunday evening, was one of the best he has ever given to tlhe city, and everyone was (pleased wtith the way in .which he treated his subject. Rev. Magin stated at the close of tfhe evening service that it had the best Christmas Sunday be had ever (had. The solo *y Mr. Weight miao! was exceptionally well given. He has a very powerful baritone voice. Wednesday, Dec. 29 Henry B. Harris Presents (direct from tt months in New York City) The Greatest Play of the Age it The Third Degree" By Charles Klein, Author of "The Lion and the Mouse" and "The Music Master." A Play That Everybody Should See. An Absorbing Romance of New York. Sensationally Illustrative of the Mysteriou* Police Inquisition System. Prices Entire Lower Floor, SI.50 Balcony, $1.00 GRAND This theatre showed again last night to two full bouses, and when we tall you the show thlls change is fine it Is straight goods. Miss Naniay Lee Rice, the dancing harpist, is very clever on the stags and combines to 'her aiet 'both grace In dancing and skill in her (harp mu sic. The two Johnsons, Billy and 'Leonce ewoentric singers and dancers, are making a big hit with their cleveT •stinging and clog dancing. Dam-Liszt, There is a new bill of pictures for tonig!li)t. Two amiuaing faTces, "A Convenient Lamp Post," and1 "The SleeipeT." Thene is also another reel that has not arrived and we cannot tell you the name of 'Che picture, but it is save to say that. It will Ibe a good one. GEM $, Absolutely the best vaudeville show ever put on in the city is at the Gem for the first of tlhe week. Ma-Tcella's trained birds are mak ing the Wit of the season. The do a number of startling tlricks and are.the so well trained that tihe audience mar vels at the patience 'and hard -work that imust have been ahead of the pro. duotdon. The act is the cleanest ever seen (here and is a startler from start to finish. Reading, rtiding a bicycle, jumping ttorougih fire hoops, turning sumer siaults and many other tricks, are in the repertoire. The Gypsy violinist is one of the best musicians ever heard on a local stage and was Icompelled to respond to numerous encojes last eyeming. There will Ibe am entire change of pictures this evening and undoubted ly a crowded bouse will greet every performance for the rest of the week. Maud Powell January 3.—"The greatest of living American violinists, and the greatest and most tempera mental and successful violinist of her sex anywhere, Is Maud Powell. On being asked if the financial rewards of a "career" are commensurate with the outlay of talent, time, sacrifices, and cost of education, she answered: "In rare caseB, yes generally, de cidedly no. If one has the strength of an Amazon and can supplement the work with teaching, working longer and harder than any laboring man ever dreamed of doing, or if there is a certain indefinable some thing called magnetism in your per sonality, which wins your way irres pective of your work, then yes, the game may pay. Let me tell you, though, that the world is full of ar tists and musicians whose talent and ability command the deepest rever ence, who, nevertheless, cannot swell boxofflce receipts by a single dollar for lack of that illusive quality of magnetism. The great public is mov ed by human qualities, more than by art qualities. So suppose you spend your youth and early womanhood in the sweatshop of art, and come forth into the light of public work well equipped technically and artistically, only to find yourself gloriously snub bed by the public because you are aloof and leave them cold—where is your financial reward then?" •Miss Powell touches on an impor tant point In intimating that the "magnetism" to which so many mus icians owe much of their success in a human rather than a purely artis tic quality. Think of Paganini, Paderewski, for example. The world, wants a musician to be differ ent from others, to have individuality personality and this must show it self in personal (human) ways as well as in unique "readings" of com positions."—Henry T. Finck. TWENTY PER CENT REDUCTION on any article in Webb Brothers' large department store. This is due to the coming inventory. A JOYFUL PASTIME. It's Really a Pleasure to Cure Cat arrh By Breathing Hyomei. It isn't a pleasure to saturate your stomach with vile nostrums or to shock the tender membrane of the nose and throat with disagreeable sprays and douches. But strange to say there area few thousand people who do not keep abreast of the times who are hoping against hope that these ancient meth ods will rid them of catarrh. If the readers of the Tribune who suffer from catarrh want to banish this vile and disgusting disease for ever, go to the Lenhart Drug Oe today and get a complete HyomoP (pronounced High-o-me) outfit for $1.00. If it does not cure it won't cost you a cent because Lenhart Drug Co. will give you your money back. Hyomei Is so simple and pleasant to UBe pour a few drops from the bottle into the inhaler and breathe It in. As it passes over the membrane and into the lungs with the air you breathe, it soothes the raw membrane and kills the catarrh germs. Don't experiment longer. Leading drug gists everywhere sell 'Hyomei for catarrh, coughs, colds, bronchitis, etc. Drop a postal for our free book, Booth's Famous People, Booth's Hyo mei Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. TWENTY PE« CENT REDUCTION on any article In Webb Brothers' large department store. This is due to tlhe Kwmfcng inventory. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 2 8, 1909. Fernandu Eliaoue In "The Third De gree," at the BIJou Tomorrow Night. MANDAN TO VOTE BONDS. The (board of city commissioners of Mjandan at its last meeting, passed an ordinance calling for the issuance of refni/niding bonds to take up the bond issue of February I, 1890, whicn was issued at that time to pay for artesian well. An election to vote upon tihe proposition of issuing re funding bonds will probably be held Jan. 18. The old ibonds bear interest at The rate of six per cent per an num, 'while the new refund issue will be plaloed at four per cent. It seems no provision was made for the sinking fund to redeem the old lissue. YOU HAD OUGHT TO KNOW that now is the time for you to save money by taking advantage of Webb Brothers' Pre-Inventory discount of 20 per cent. PROPOSALS FORSTATE DEPOSI TARIES, Notice Is hereby given thai the Gevetoof and the State Board of Auditors of the State of North Dakota will hold a meeting at the office of the Secretary of State of said state at the Capitol building at Bismarck, North Dakota, on the 11th day of January 1910, for the purpose of designating depositaries for the funds belonging to said state of North Dakota for the period of two years and until the depositaries which shall be designated on the 2d Tuesday of January of 1918 shall have qualified bv law. Proposals of State or National Banks do ing business in the state of North Dakota will he received until the date of said meeting. Such proposals shall state what interest will be paid monthly on the average daily balances on such funds as may be deposited by the State Treasurer in such depositaries. The rate of interest shall be not less than two or more than three per cent, per annum, and the amount for which any bank will be designated shall not exceed SO per cent, of its paid up capital and surplus. All proposals must be accompanied by a bond payable to the State and executed by not less than seven freeholders of the state. as securities, or, in lieu of such personal bond, a surety company bond for the sum equal to the amount of funds which such bank may receive, may be filed. If a per sonal bond is furnished, it shall be for the sum not less than double the amount of the funds to be deposited in such bank at any one time. Blank applications and bonds mav be obtain de by writing to the Secretary of State at Bis marck, North Dakota. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Dati-d at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 1st day of Dec. 1909. ALFRED BLAISDELL, Secretary of State D. K. BRIGHTBILL, State Auditor ANDREW MILLER. Attorney General. State Board of Auditors. Neat Stationery is the emblem, the trademark of the successful business man. Artistic Printing attracts the eye and is an evidence of knowledge of fitness or things. The Bismarck Tribune's work has the stamp of excellence—»the approval of those who know. We have something new. Twofold Envelopes —a new style —a sensible style —a dignified, convenient, practical and distinctive —seal securely, easily cut open —large enough for inclosures —not loo laTge for every-day business use —attracts attention in your customers' mail because of their stylish appearance —not expensive Twofold Letter Heads —'fit envelopes properly —open up flat —folding twice, open up better than head folded three times for 6% envelope —do not spoil the printed head by folding tLroujrh printing —hold as much typewriting as old 8%xll sheets —look better because better proportioned —cut to better advantage out of larger sizes of stock Costs a Little More hut worth many times its cost Tribune hustlers will be glad to show these new ideas splendid linens in all the newest shades. Phone for Representative OR CALL AT THE OFFICE OF THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE WANT BETTER TRAIN SERVICE. Cashier Flnaeth Will Present a Peti tion to Commissioners. Cashier Flneeth of the Driscoll bank is in the city and will present to the railroad commissioners today a -petd tion asking that Ms town be made a flag stop for iKos. 7 and 8. At the .present time it is impossible to go to Brfecoll and get out again 4f you have any 'business to transact, inside of albout twenty-ifour hours. If the request of those who have signed tlhe petition, and they include every resident of the viMage and many of the neighboring farmers, is granted it will be a great improvement in the train servtoe. YOU HAD OUGHT TO KNOiW that now is the time for you to save money by taking advantage of Webb Brothers' Pre-Inventory discount of 20 per cent. IMPROPER USE OF MANURE. Turtle Lake Wave: In driving over the country you will occasionally see, especially in Russian neighborhoods, large quantities of barnyard manure cut into stove wood iblccks and stack ed up in ricks like hay, wftfoh tlhe set tler uses as fuel instead of coal. Tbfis is considered economy. Another farm* er here last season spread this sort of cheaip fuel over a forty acre field and harvested five bushels to the acre more than be d*d off his umtreated land. This land will not need fer tilizing as-iJrin for seven or eight years a.nd will show better results every year than it did the first. The first method Is a •falsi- economy. The sec ond metlbod is the only possible way at the present time to keep Dakota land producing what lit should. A fanmer who understands his business will make (bis land produce more with li3ss labor every year, instead of less. TWENTY PER CENT REDUCTION on any article in Webb Brothers' large department store. This is due to the looming inventory. fireGolden Rule GROCERIES and NOTIONS Special sate on many articles to clean up before invoicing. Iflahcy heavy glass Berry Bowls... 25c iLarge China Pinchers 25c [Large, heavy Turkey Feather dusters 25c Last year's Walnuts, 3 libs. for.. 25c You will fimd some ipoor ones in with these, but it is a bargain1 just tbe same. Stmaill Roasters .. 25c Every article above, a ibargaini for everyone. 4 lbs. bulk Miaccroni 25c A large assortment of pure fruit Jams in quart glass cans, each 30c Enamelled 10 quart 'Dish Pans 25c Tomorrow call in and see spefc-ial dlisplay to clean up before invoicing. E. H. McConkey, Prop. PHONE 209. Grand Pacific Hotel Building AFTER PERSONAL PROPERTY TAX Sheriff McGlllls Says That He Really Means Business. Sheriff McOiUls levied on soone .per sonal property upon which, the tax was not paid Monday and the property is now in his hands and wiill be sold to satisfy tlhe bill' that is against it. And the fastest growing Piano manufacturing- business in the U. S. Can you solve this Rebut? We will sand you CREDIT CHECK in the amount of your award which can be applied towards the purchase of any new piano in our store just the same as so much money. We have given away more prises, including pianos, than any other concern in the bqsiness. Hundreds of homes have been brightened through the liberal policy of this company. We make this poasible on account of inauufttturjnjg our pianos right here in Minneapolis and the large volume or business' which we do. If you have not been successful before it will cost you nothing to try now, which may be your last chance. Send self addressed envelope to avoid your award being missent. SEGERSTROM PIANO CO. Office and Salesroom, 806 Nicollet Avenoe, MINNEAPOLIS. MtNN. MtaGJUis says this is just the start of a campaign to clean uip the deHa quemt personal property taxes thtt toe (be has started. The campaign will ibe jpuslhed with vigor firom this time on and it will behoove those who are behsind ot call and settle at the earl iest moment possible. MILWAUKEE SURVEYORS FROZE OUT. The Milwaukee surveying crew who (hare been campng near Steevnson in Morton county several months, have quit work and gone home. TWENTY PER CENT REDUCTION on any article In Webb Brothers' large department store. This is due to the coming inventory. Try Tribun Want Columns. I Now Is the Time to buy your LUMBER for your fall building. We have ALL that goes with the Lumber Business Quantity Quality and Right Prices and a square deal all the time Do not fail to call on US before placing your order North Star Lumber Co. W. E. 0LEA50N, Mgr. GIVEN AWAY FREE $17,000 Cash Value Prizes TO ADVERTISE OUR FACTORY AT THE END OT THE TALE or the end of the year, we find (wflien lodkdng over OUT stock cX toousefurnishing good* antt Wt chen utensils that wettMaveas complete and fine a line of tihese useful goods as can he found anywhere. Our lfoe of stoves, ranges, coofcmg uten sils, toys and! clocks twill (be found worthy of your inspec tion. E. L. Faunce's Fourth Street.