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Ladies' Fur Jackets at one-half off. This sale is for afew days only. See our display ad. on another page. BOWLING TOURNAMENT NEARLY A MILLION IN HERE THIS AFTERNOON MEW SALEM WILL COME PRE PARED TO GET REVENGE FOR RECENT DEFEAT. Hare's Amusement Parlors Will Prob ably Entertain Big Crowd at 3:30 This Afternoon. The New Salem Bowling Team will be in Bismarck this afternoon [and: will play a return game with a Bismarck team at Hare's Amusement [Parlors at 3:30. This is the second jgame of a series and will no doubt I attract' an unusual amount of inter- Bismarck has already played few Salem and won out in that Itest. New Salem has been doing Be hard practice work since then advance reports are to the ef that they have increased their wonderfully. In. the meantime itlie. Bismarckers have not been lasteep and it is stated that the game Twill be a hot one from start to fin fish. There will be an admission of 25 cents charged. GROWTH THE CAUSE. Owing to necessary changes and moving of our Ready-to-Wear Depart ment, which has outgrown its present 'quarters, and not wishing to move a number of Suits and Coats, we offer them at prices less than manufactur ers' cost, at less than the making or cost of material. These are all new suits In all the new fall, winter and early spring shades. 'Ladies and (Misses man tailored Suits: $20 to $27 suits $ 9.75 •$30 to $40 suits 12.75 Indies and Misses fall, winter and early spring Coats: $15 to $25 coats $ 9.75 $27.50 to $35 coats 12.75 Small Furs and Muffs, one-half off. Lades' Black Astrakhan Capes, $15 and $17.50 kind, go at $5. A. W. LUCAS CO. DACOTAH ZEPHYR CREAM A pleasing and healing cream for chapped or roughened skin. Espec ially delightful after shaving—allying inflammation, and leaving a sense of coolness to the face. Antiseptic and healing, Zephyr Cream is not greasy —Gloves may be. im mediately worn after using. Price 50 tcents. Mfgd. only by I E JIMTW Satisfaction is noticeable when Rfchholt's ice Cream is served. BUIUHNGSJS PUNNED GREAT MOVE FOR IMPROVE- MENTS FOR BISMARCK THE PRE6ENTYEAR. Numerous New Concerns Located Here in 'Past Few.Months Rsal Estate Men Report Oood Business. A short time ago an article was -published in the Tribune to the ef fect that there would be at least $600,000 spent in the erection of new 'buildings daring the season of 1910 in Bismarck. Almost daily mew building projects are teaming to light and it is safe to say that the above figures will have to he increased by at least $100,000 to be anywhere near correct. Every real estate dealer in the city who handles city property reports a wide inquiry for both residence and 'business iproperty, but every dealer also states that where a buyer can get at the water and sewer mains there are very few lots for sale, and take the city over there are probably not many residence lots for sale in excess of fifty where the buyer can have these conveniences. This con dition will be greatly relieved to- the opening of the new addition on the west edge of the city where are locat ed some of the choicest building sites to be found anywhere, accord ing to the men in charge of the open ing.' Prices will be very reasonable. Judging from the talk that is fre quently heard) from men of intentions there will not Ire less than one hun dred new residences erected this sea son, and it is estimated that this number will not take care of those who wish to buy or rent. In the 'past three months at least a dozen new concerns haye Iqcated in Bismarck and that there are a num ber more coming here this spring, among them being one of the largest manufacturing and whoieasle icon cerns of its kind in the country. Bismarck property, at prevailing prices, is a good speculation our fu ture is assured and the city will rap idly grow and before jre, know it will be the biggest as it is already the (beet city in the state. Let everyone put his shoulder to the wheel and help it along. PILES CURCD IM TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days, or money refunded. 50c. Ton can trace most complaints about dull tmsuMss to dull ad vertlslng. 1 Our Stock ArrivedI 8 Extensive and complete stock of I Electrical Supplies arrived this last week. We cordially invite the public to inspect our line of Electrical Appliances A complete line of 1 TungstenJantalumf and Carbon Lights We make a specialty of Tungste Lighting Let us prove our competency as expert electricians House Wiring, Contract Work of all description. Door Bells, Motors and Electrical Machinery. BISMARCK ELECTRIC CO Phone 489 BISMARCK, N. 0. STfffiE K/IMOOuf HIVES A PARTY PECK'S ORCHESTRA FURNISHED MUSIC FOR DANCE AND EN- TERTAINMENT. Stated to Be One of the Finest En tertainments Ever Given in This Part of the State. Parties returning from Steele ©at urday were loud in their praise of the way the Steele K. P. lodge came to the front on the occasion of their an nual (ball Friday evening. The rooms were iprofusely decorat etf 'with flowers which were furnish ed by the Hosklns Floral Co. of this city. Peck's orchestra was present and furnished the music for a concert in the early part of the evening, and for a dance later. Guests were present from as far distant as 20 miles and everyone present is speaking very highly of the entertainment. Following is the program rendered by the orchestra from Bismarck: 1. March—(Motor King... Frauntzen 2. Overture—Grildroy Bennet 3. Vocal Solo—A: Because I Love You C. iB. iHawley B: Roses In June .E. German Mrs. J. A. Larson. 4. ISelection—II Trovatore Verdi 5." Trombone Solo-^-Sparks.. .Simons 'Mir. IE. Earl Peck. 6 Piano Solo—Valse de Concert.. Ground corn, $1.70 per 100 lbs. Whole Shelled Corn, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Oil Meal, $3 per 100 lbs. Wheat Screenings, $1.40 per 100 lbs. (Mixed Poultry Food, $1.60 per 100 lbs. Chick Food, 2 cents per lb. Baby Chick Food, 2% cents per tb. Crushed (Shells, $1 per 100 lbs. (Mica Crystal Grits, $1.50 per 100 lbs. Charcoal, 4 cents per lib. $3.50.per 100 lbs. Buckeye Incubator prices on appli cation. OSCAR H. WILL CO. 108 Third St. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNiV SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 27, 1910. Wiseneawski Mr. Carl Peterson. Overture—Santiago Flynn. .Morse Song—^German iBand Morse Master Wallace Mill Peck Waltz—iLazarre Blake 7. 8. 9 10. Song—(Darling, Good Knight.. Petrle 11. IMedley—Airs of Our Country.. (BecWer FEED AND POULTRY SUPPLIES Ground Feed, $1.40 per 100 lbs $25 •per ton. ••V":.J A VI GRAND There will be a complete change of program: at this popular place of amusement, starting with today's mat inee at 3:30. Patrick and Sampear, a clever sketch team, will present a comedy skit entitled "An Irishman's Home," which is remited to be a scream from start to finish. Vinton and Clay will present the funny sketch, "Bill Casey Ourglar," which comes recommended in the fol lowing words: "Very interesting, well written and clean. INothing of the slap stick variety about it, neith er does horse play find any place in its makeup." IMiss (Anna Lucile Rowan .will sing "Sweetheart," the song that is mak ing such a great hit in the east. The motion picture show is an ex ceptionally good one consisting of Selig's famous Indian drama, "An 'In dian Wife's Devotion," and "The High lander's Defiance,'* which is the last of the Selig series of 'Boer war dra mas, and it is said to be even better than the ones that have 'been shown before. Taken all in all, it looks as though the management of the Grand had secured another of those banner pro grams which has made the theatre a most delightful place to spend an evening.''., GEM This .popular play house offers a double bill for the first of the week, and Jerome and Jerome in their act entitled "The Fisherman and the Ec centric Frog," and (Mack and Bennett with a comedy sketch, "The Maid and the Toothpick will be the vaude ville offerings. "Across the Isthmus," a scenic film from the Selig factory, will foe the feature film and there are also a number of other films that are good. Lochner's orchestra has 'been en gaged again and TVHI add to the tone of the entertainment. With the awo vaudeville acts which are said to he good, the fine line of motion pictures and the Lochner's orchestra as an added' attraction, there is every indication that the Gem will play to crowded houses while the present bill is on. Rchholt's "Pure 'Sugar Candy, 15 cents per pound. Mixed" BUSINESS HA8 GROWN. Has Moved Into Larger and Better Quarters. O. B. Semis, president of the Bis marck Business College, has leased the front room in the second story of the Dahl building. This institution, started Nov. 4, 1906. with one desk and one student, and one typewriter, occupying togeth er with two othetr business men, the room now used for office and type writing room. This year they have enrolled since September 1, 1909, seventy-five students and also have a large enrollment at night. The students are drown from all parts of the state and undoubtedly there is no line of 'business In Bis marck that is not greatly benefitted thereby. The average student who spends fifty dollars for six months' tuition, spends at least $150 with the business men. Therefore, if you are not sufficiently lnterestted in the wel fare of your city to .patronize a home institution which is in every respect equal to, and in many respects better, than similar outside schools, you will do eo, (because it will ipay YOU. Rchholt's "Pure Sugar •Candy, 15 cents per pound. Mixed" Drink and Diplomacy. Prince Bismarck once boasted that In bis youth he drank a bottle of cham pagne at one draft from a "puzzle goblet so constructed tbat one could not bring It close to one's lips, yet one was not allowed .to spill a drop. Not a single drop fell on my waistcoat. Every one was immensely surprised, but I said. 'Give me another." Such tricks were formerly an Indispensable part of the diplomats' trade. They drank the weaker vessels under the table, wormed all they wanted to know out of them and made them agree to things contrary to their Instructions. Wbeu they got sober they could not imagine why they bad acted so." The New Addition Will be placed on the market the latter part of April. Only five blocks from the business center. The same distance as Ave. B. Choicest residence lots in the city at lowest prices. Be sure and investigate this before buying elsewhere. Cheaper prices and better terms than anywhere else. For sale by Bismarck Development Co. RAILROADS HAVING A HARD TIMEWITHSNOW TRAINS ON ALL LINES ARE DE LAYED AND BUSINESS IS SUFFERING. Northern Pacific Trains Get Through After Several Days' Delay and the Soo Is Doing Fairly Well. The railroads in iNorth Dakota are having the time of their existance this winter in fighting snow. The delayed Northern Pacific trains started to 'get through yesterday Their trouble is not in North Dakota however, but farther west, where there have been 'bad blockades. The Soo has bad a continual round of snow bucking tout have Men able to keep their trains fairly well to the schedules. The iLinton branch has had the worst time of any, andi there have been but two trains in as many weeks to make the round trip. The trouble will not be entirely out of the way until warm weather has been exper ienced to materially reduce the drifts as under the present conditions very light winds will fill up the outs and the work of cutting them out will have to be done all over again. Rchholt's "Pure Sugar Candy, 15 cents per pound. Mixed' What They Were Hawking. At an exhibition of paintings in Lon don In one of the galleries bung the notable picture "'Hawking In the Old en Times." An elderly farmer and bin wife pause*' before this picture, view ing it with evident satisfaction. "John." said the old lady, "what's that?" John then turned over the leaves of the catalogue he carried. "They ca' It 'Hawking I" tu' Owden Time.'" said be. "Hawking: Why. what are they hawking?" she inquired. "1 dunno." be replied, "but I spect they're trying to sell them birds." TH E TARIFF An still there is a widespread difference of opinion as to whether the tariff was revised up or down by the Payne=AI= drich bill. Be that as it may, we shall not attempt to say, but we make positive statement that the prices on many of our winter goods have been revised down=-on some lines very much down-including Fur Coats, Overcoats, etc. It will certainly pay you to see us, if in any way interested. C.M. Dahl DAHL BUILDING Main Street, Bismarck, N. Dak nvt CITY PROPERTY IS BRINGING GOOD PRICE DEAL IN MAIN STREET PROPER- TY INVOLVES EIGHTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS. Clifford Gets Building Occupied By International Harvester Company and French and Welch. IA real estate .proposition that has been pending for some time, was ne gotiated yesterday, Involving a good many thousand dollars. The proper ty owned bv E. C. Taylor, on 'Main street, occupied by the French and Welch 'Hardware Co.. and the Inter national Harvester Co., was sold to S. IS. Clifford, the proprietor of the Star restaurant, and a resident of the city for some years. A deed was drawn up by the law firm of Miller and Costello, as B. C. Taylor deeding to S. S. Clifford, lots 14 and 15, in iblock 50, for a con sideration of $18,000, including the two story 'brick 'buildings. This is thought to be the largest real estate deal closed this month in Bismarck. Taking the theory from the fact that Mr. Clifford has lived in Bismarck for a number of years, and has seen property sold like this for at least one-third the price he paid for this one hundred feet on Main street, it looks, like real estate was and is a good investment, if a towns man, knowing the conditions, will pur chase at a price that was paid* for this (property, for an investment, as it is stated that French and Welch have an indefinite lease. The deed was not recorded yesterday, hut as stated by Mr. Clifford it will be Tues day. Satisfaction Is noticeable when Riichholt's Ice Cream is served. Try the Tribune want columns.| Weather conditions makes no dif ference in serving Hot Chocolate at Riehholt's.