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THE CIT Weather Bulletin Furnished by Authority of the Secre tary of Agriculture. Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 24. A li E Bismarck 8 32 S 0 Calgary 20 30 6 0 Chicago 28 30 4 0 Denver 34 62 4 0 Devils Lake ... 16 22 12 0 Duhitih 2 26 4 0 Havre 28 44 6 0 Huron 10 24 8 0 Moorhead 18 20 4 0 Pierre 18 26 10 0 St. (Louis 26 44 8 0 St Paul 4 26 4 0 Sioux City ... 18 32 6 0 Spokane 42 48 12 .28 WiWlston 12 26 8 0 Winnipeg 12 14 4 A—Stations. B—Min. temperature In last 12 hours. C—Max. temperature in last 24 hours. D—Velocity of wind. E—Precipitation In last 24 hours. Weather Forecast. For North Dakota Partly cloudy and colder Tuesday. For Bismarck and vicinity Part ly cloudy and colder Tuesday. Weather Conditions. ILow pressure and higher tempera ture prevail throughout tihe west and northwest, iwhile relatively high pres sure and lower temperature obtain throughout Manitoba and the upper Mississippi valley. The indications are for partly cloudy weather Tuesday, with slightly lower temperature In the northwest portion of the state. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official in Charge. OLD TIMERS VISIT HERE. New Salem Journal: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiegmann, ST., went to Bismarck Sunday, returning home Tuesday. They know all of the old timers in Bismarck since 1S83, and while there enjoyed a fine visit which will be remembered for a long time. IN GEORGIA. Instructions to the subscription de partment indicate that Mrs. Helen Fairohlld is spending the winter at Atlanta, Georgia, and Is enjoying ex cellent health. WANT8 TO KEEP TRACK OF 'EM. Sam Crawford, who lived in Bis marck and vicinity for over twenty years, writes from Benton Harbor, Mich., that he cannot get along with out the Bismarck Tribune—it's a wel come visitor every week—and he wants to keep track of John Yegen and Austin Logan particularly. Old time Bl8marckers never forget the old town. SUBSTANTIAL GERMAN FARMER. Gottfried Wengel of Hazetton, one of the old time substantial farmers of that section, was In (Bismarck a visit or last week. His daughter has been in the Bismarck hospital undergoing an operation, and returned with him. WILL HELP THE Y. M. A. Help the Y. M. A. if you can't help ns. This is what R. L. Best says in an advertisement that appears in an other part of this paper. He haswhere placed a large box of caps on sale without a price, and you take your choice and pay what you want to. When all the caps are sold he gives the entire proceeds to the Y. M. A., towards paying the small debt that is strll due. BOWLING CONTEST. There will be a bowling contest at tihe Amusement Parlors next Friday night, between the Feeneys and the Moens. There promises to be some good bowling. MRS. MARSHALL BETTER .Word received in this city is to the effect that Mrs. J. H. Marshall, for merly a resident here, where she has many friends, is slowiny improving, after a prolonged' illness. She is be ing taken care of at the Sister's hos pital in Los Angeles, Cal. HAD TWO PRISONERS. Dave Kremer, sheriff of McHenry county, was in the city Saturday, hav ing come here in charge of a couple of Italians who will spend the next few months with Warden Hellstrom. The prisoners were convicted on a charge of assault with intent to kill. Deputy Howe assisted in escort ing the Italians to their new boarding place. HELP THE Y. M. A. IF YOU CAN'T HELP US. fff you can't help us. h-lp^the Y. M. A. W« have a large box of good, warm caps that were damaged by water. Give us what you want to for them and what you pay will be given to the Y. M. A. toward paying the small balance due. In another part of this P. E. BYRNE Official Abstracter Title* far a is Coastty Blsmarak, R. Dak. In ooonetion with the regular Abstract buniness, this office issues twice a week BYRNE'S ABSTRACT REPORTS containing, in concise form, the current real estate transfers, chattel and real •state Baortgmeas and bills of sale. This report Is an indispensable aid to the bus* business man, paper our advertisement appears an nouncing a seven day damage sale. It will 'be worth your while to read it. The Boston Store, R. L. Best, proprietor. SPLENDID RESULTS. The revival meetings now in pro gress at the Baptist church witness ed a glorious seen** last night when five adults, after being prayed for, stood and publicly confessed Jesus Christ as Savior. It was the very best meeting yet from the standpoint of results, and a quickening spirit. Miss Boyeson sang very appropriately following the ser nion by Evangelist Anderson. Mr. Anderson spoke four times on Sunday and on each occasion the in terest was profound, and at the fourth, or evening service, the results were commensurate with the efforts, there being some conversions as well as requests for prayer. At the state penitentiary Mr. An derson addressed the men in place of Chaplain 'Newcomb, who at the close of the former's sermon, asked all men present, who had not taken a stand for Christ previously and now desir ed to be prayed for, to raise the hand, and immediately a score of hands went up from these unfortunate men who are wards of the state. At 3.30 the evangelist spoke to men at the K. P. hall, which created a very favorable impression. TMie evening subject in the Baptist chunch was "How I Became a Baptist, and Why. The speaker began by saying he had purposely caused this subject to be announced so that those who might not want to hear it could remain away and vice versa. The speaker then related how he eventually came into the Baptist camp arid further enlarged upon the position of the Baptists as one of the great denominations in our country, and also how the denomination was often misunderstood by other sects. At the close Mhs. Schutt sang "Is He Ours?" which touched the peo ple's hearts. The audience was by far the largest since ttie meetings be gan. ANNOUNCEMENTS. Evangelist And«r .on's topScs for the week are as follows: Tuesday night—"Can One Be Happy In Heaven With Loved Ones Not There?" Wednsday night—"The 'Necessity of a General Judgment." Thursday night—"That Which Was Lost." Friday night—"Heaven and How to Get There." Mrs. French will sing tonight, Mrs. Schutt tomorrow night, and Miss Boy eson again Thursday night. Begins at 7:30 and you are welcome. GREGG SHORTHAND. A (complete three month's course, in cluding shorthand, typewriting, spell ing, business English, penmanship and office practice, and any subjects you may desire to take in the book keeping department, 'bookkeeping rap id calculation, commercial law, actual business practice, and a course on the Burrough Adding Machine. 415.00 if you enroll on or before Feb. 1„ 1910. Cash or installment plan. Call at Room 3, Dahl Building. En roll now as we have room for only three or four more students. EZRA KENDALL IS DEAD. Famous Comedian Succumbs to Ap-erwise oplexy in Indiana. Ezra Kendall, tihe comedian, who appeared here in "The Vinegar Buy er," this winter, died in a sanitarium at Martinsville, Ind. His body was taken to the family home at Cleveland the funeral will be held. Mr. Kendall was one of the leading com edians on the American stage and always drew large 'houses when he appeared in Bismarck. PIANO PLAYER BARGAIN. Only $85 buys a new cabinet play er with twelve music rolls. You will get more pleasure out of the piano you have, or if you prefer I will take your piano as part payment for a Player Piano one that has the play er installed within the piano. If in terested please call. Paul E. Johnson, store between Main and Broadway on Third street HOT CHOCOLATE with Whipped Cream /99^ and Nabisco Wafers. ^AAtn&tf&. Serve.1 in China de „.jV.,Z2 Luxe. Try the Tribune want columns, «. UNTERS SPRINGS On main line of NOSTRUM PACIFIC RAILWAY. 20 miles east of Livingston. Mont. Magnificent new Mission Hotel. 454 feet long, containing 150 rooms. Steam heat, electric light, hot and cold water and telephone in every room. Elegantly furnished, excellent table. American plan, rates very reasonable. In door nautorram.103 feet too*, water 3K to 9 feet deep. Modern bath-house, train ed male and female attendants. Natural hot water from 27 springs Sowing 90.000 gallons per hour, temperature 148* F. farrtiraeisHssj.sMa. Udaty. sumach, fear -o-,ed *estti5&F&£i bStVto WriteTSr he* wavemlr booklet PuDtaiCK Cimva. M. D_ Proprietor sad Maaacer. Hunter's Hot Springs. Moat, or A. M. CLELAND Cm. Xaafr 4* Nartfcwa Pacific St. PlMd DR. BEN REITMAN, LEADER IN CHICAGO HOBO CONVENTION. Ohioago, Jan. 24.—From January 24 to 31, Chicago will entertain, willingly or unwillingly, and assemblage of the men who "toil not, neither do they spin." the occasion will be a "na tional convention or hoboes, casual laborers and unorganized unemploy ed," lurnnad together by the public, perhaps unjustly, as "hoboes." Prom inent among the men in charge of the convention are Dr. Ben Reitman, gen erally known as "the king of the ho boes," and James Eads How, whose name appears frequently in print as that of "the millionaire "hobo." Both of these men have had wide exper ience with the unemployed. Their purpose, they assert, is the uplifting of the man out of a job, whether that condition is brought about by his own fault of that of economic conditions. GOOD YEAR ON RIVER. Bismarck Man Says there Waa Lota of Business. The following ciippng has been handed the Tribune. It was taken from a Chicago paper: "Lots of freight was hauled on the upper Missouri river tibia year," re marked F. L. Hunter, of Bismarck, N. D., at the Wayne hotel. '1 und| stand the gross was greater than I the eighties, when the steel for f^y/^ railroads was brought from Paflts^^ey^ via the river .route. The nonJiwess^ has grown remarkably, there are so many rich farms along the Missouri that that section alone keeps the available boats busy. "farmers ship their Wheat by the cheapest route, and if the boats ican take it for less than the railroads they get it. The railroads have the whip hand in that they have the ele vators and can store the grain, oth the boat lines would carry most of it. "The Missouri river needs a lot of improvement. During the high water it is navigable from St. Louis to Ft. Benton, but before it is safe the year around it will have to be cleared of snags. If more attention is paid to waterways .like th3 (Missouri there will be a reduction in freight rates and the public will be the gainer in the long run." HOT CHOCOLATE Dfelickmsly served i*/eVf/Z0aV£j[ at BISMARCK DAILY .TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1910. 3£Lsa IJ'lli' I Trv Tribune Want Columns. e, Golden Rule GROCERIES and NOTIONS Perfection Blend Coffee, a regular 35c grade 28c Fresh Lake Superior Herring, lb. 06c Last year's WaJnuts, to close up what there is left, per lb 05c Fresh Fancy Dairy Butter, lb 35c Good Dairy Butter, lb 25c Fresh Eggs, per doz 35c Every rotten egg we replace, so you take no chance. Patna Rice, lb 10c This is the very highest grade of rice on the market and is a bar gain. Largest size Oranges, per doz. .. 50c Generally sold at 60 cents per dozen. 'IfTJ I have a few cans left of sliced Pineapple, to close at each 15c Also grated Pineapple, 2 for 35c These are fine goods but I 'have a big stock in icar just received. !Xo| 2% size Lemon Cling and sliced Lemon Cling Peaches, per doz..2.45 I advertised this Saturday at $2.35. This was a mistake, but I made the ad. good just the same. E. H. McConkey, Prop. PHONE 209. Grand Pacific Hotel Building MONEY TO LOAN I want $25,000 worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. None but applications on improved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write T. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. SOMETHING FOR NOTHING. Here at Last Is the Simon Pure Arti cle. The following letter has been re ceived by the Tribune and there is an accompanying note which explains that there are absolutely no strings at tached to the proposition: Editor. As it does not require brains to say you have something to give away, that is my apology for writing again. The other day while looking through a box of things of "ye bygone days," I came across aM the toy animal patterns I once used for my children. The days are long and cold and any mother who wants them just say so, send a plain ad dress and stamp for •postage and ye menagerie will travel northward via "Uncle 8am." I have patterns for a pig, a horse, elephants, rabbits, mouse, nag doll, dogs, red bird, dove on wing, wheelbarrow, mud turtle, etc. Any way, there area dozen or more of them. Name any, or all you want, and I will cut them off, give directions for each and send. Yours with best wishes, Mrs. Alice Warner, Jacksonville. Florida. WHAT THEY SAY. •j. ». Secretary: The Mothers' club will meet with Mrs. A. P. Lenhart this af ternoon on Seventh street. Capt. Hall: Staff Oaptain Storey of Minneapolis, will arrive here on train number 3 today. He will conduct a children's meeting at the Salvation Airmy hall at 4 p, m., and an oldbusiness fashioned gospel meeting at 8 in the evening. Mrs. E. A. Belk, Correspondent: The Yoemen will hold a regular meet ing this evening at the K. P. hal'l. There will be installation of officers. After the business of the meeting is concluded there will be a social ses sion at which cards and dancing will me the attraction. Members and friends are invited to be present and get acquainted with fche Yoemen. 7 DAYS Fleecd Lined Underwear Fleeced Lined Underwear, worth 50c at Mittens See our lot of Mittens, at HEIXKMEYER A CANDIDATE. Stanton Republican: In this is sue will be found the announcement for representative, of C. B. Heine meyer of Expansion, Mercer county. Try the Tribune want columns. DAMAGE SALE Goods damaged by water in the cloud burst last fall are almost as good as new and are being sold at ABOUT ONE-HALF PRICE. 35c 50c Stiff Bosom Shirts Stiff Bosom Shirts, V\f* take your choice at O Coats Sheepskin Lined Corderoy and Canvas Coats, damaged by water, at Haif Price Fur Coats Fur coats, damaged by water, at Half Price Men's Suitsand Overcoats Men's Suits and Overcoats at 25 pet. Discount and Less Wool and Ribbed Goods, worth 7Sc and $1.00 ... If you can't help US, help the Y. M. A. We have a large box of good warm Caps that was damaged by water. Give us what you want to for them. The sale of these will go towards paying the small balance due on the Y. M. A. Gymnasium. It Covers more surface of wood or metal with handsomer and better wearing material than any paint ground anywhere—speaking of ready mixed paint as we offer it to the good people of Bis marck. Of course if you pre fer pure white lead and Unseed oil, they are here too, at $1 per gal. while they last. E. L. FAUNCE Mr. Heinemeyer is a "true blue" republican having been chairman bf the county central committee in this county for some time, and has for a number of years been among the leaders of the republican party in this county. He goes into the race wholly unbiased in his views with the good of the district and its peo ple at heart and if elected will fill the office with credit to himself and his constituents. He has a thorough education and has had considerable experience. For the past year he has been connected with the department of state and school lands at Bismarck and has made a very creditable showing while serving in this capacity. We do not hesitate in fully recommending Mr. Heine meyer to the voters of Oliver, Dunn and Mercer counties. He is a self made young man and worthy the unanimous support of the republi can party in this district. GONE TO FLORIDA. Mr. and Mrs. Judson LaMoure of Pembina have gone to Florida in hopes that the change of climate may prove beneficial to Mrs. La Moure's health, which has been very poor for several months past. PROPOSAL FOR STEEL CEILINGS. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the undersigned, up to and including Feb. 2nd, 1»10, at 11 o'clock a. m.,forthe furnishing of all labor and materials including two coats of paint, for steel ceilings in judges' chambers, the pattern to be the same as in court room, and all wiring as to electric lights shall be placed as directed by the judge, and done in a thorough and workman like manner. A certified check for 5 per cent of the amount of the bill, .payable to the chairman of the board, must accom pany all bids. Proposals must be sealed and plainly marked—"Propos als for Steel Ceilings, Judges Cham bers." The board reserves the right to reject an or all bids. Contract must be completed by March 1st, 1*10. By Orejer of the Board: I. W. HBAiLY, County Auditor. 7 DAYS Wool and Ribbed Goods 50c Wilson Bros.' Shirts Wilson Bros.' Shirts, A $1.25 and $1.50quality, at.... ODQ Wool Shirts themole 75C 311(1 $1.00 Work Pants Good line of Work Pants, full, generous sizes, at One-Half Regular Price Hats See our hats good medium styles at Half Price Boys' and Children's Suits Now is the time to fit out the boy. 25 pet. Discount R. Best Prop.