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.«. .j. $ Capitol Grounds. October 13—Burleigh County Sunday School association. October 13—State Federation of Womens' Clubs. October 14—Burleigh County Sunday School association. October 14—State Federation of Womens' Clubs. October 16—Dedication of Sal vation Army citadel. Oct. 18—State Educational As sociation. Oct. 19—State Educational As sociation. Oct. 20—State Educational As sociation. Oct. 21—State Educational As sociation. November 2—Catholic Bazaar. November 3—Catholic Bazaar. November 4—Catholic Bazaar. November 8—General Election Day. November 10. State Bar Asso ciation. November 11. ciation. November 15 convenes. January 2, 1911 convenes State Bar Asso- Matinee Today at 4:30 p. m. District Court -Legislature A GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Any young man with a growing bank ccount needs no better recom- jj. ^,7, mendation. If you can run your own affairs successfully, you are in line to run the affairs of other men. Men I Miss with money are looking for success ful managers. ?1.00 opens an ac count. We pay 4 per cent interest.— The City National Bank of Bismarck. PARLOV A BO WITH THE VIOLIN An Act of Great Merit State Oclober 5—Methodist Conference. October 6—Methodist State Conference. October 7—Methodist Conference. October 8—Market Day. His gest and best of the Beawi-.. October 8—Methodist State State Conference. October Methodist State Conference. October 1L—State Federation of Womens' Clubs. October 12—State Federation of Womens' Clubs. October 13—Dedication of Sas kakawea Statue at State Huyler's Candy For that call you are going make, prepare by taking along a box! of Huyler's. A shipment was received by us Friday, Sept. 30. CHOCOLATE CREAMS. CHOC. COVERED CARAMELS. COCOANUT ROYALS. CORDIAL CHERRIES. CHOCS. AND BON BONS. CRYSTALIZED GINGER. O S II TRIBUNE BLOCK :!j TH E CIT RETURNED FROM HUNT. State's Attorney R. N. Stevens has returned to this city after an extend ed hunting trip through South Da kota. BROTHERHOOD MEETING. There will be an important meeting of the Presbyterian Brotherhood on Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the church parlors. All melnbers are urged to be present. Y. M. A. MEETING. There will be a special meeting of the cabinet of the Young Men's as- July, 1911—North Dakota Inde- sociation at the Presbyterian church pendent Telephone Associa tion. Monday evening at 8 o'clock, attendance is urged. turned to Mandan on No. afternoon. A full OFF FOR A HUNT. O. N. Dunham left Saturday after noon for McKenzie, where he will hunt for a day or two with H. P. Goddard. He will return to the city 0f""the week, VISITING IN CITY. Pauline Shoemaker, who taught in the Bismarck public schools last year, was a visitor in the city Friday and Saturday. She has been visiting for the past few weeks at Washburn and at Mandan. She re- Sunday Afternoon and Evening THE EATONS Refined Novelty Trick and fancy roller skating World's champion toe skater«~an original feature act MASONS TO MEET. There will be a regular meeting of the Masonic lodge Monday evening at p. m.. in the Masonic hall. A large attendance is desired. RETURNED FROM VACATION. Miss Olive Proctor has arrived in Bismarck after spending a few weeks' vacation in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Miss Proctor is employed as steno grapher in the department of public instruction. BACK FROM MINNESOTA. Mr. and Mrs. A. i'. Lenhart return ed Saturday afternoon from an ex tended trip in the eastern part ot the state and in Minnesota. They visited with relatives and friends at Clenwood, Fargo and other points. RETURNED FROM TRIP. Mr. Solomon Bishop, who resides in the eastern part of the city, was an arrival on No. 5 last evening from the ewst, where he has been spend ing tHe past five months visiting friends and relatives. RETURNED TO COLLEGE. John A. McDonald departed Satur day morning for Milwaukee, Wis., where he will attend Marquette col lege during the coming year. He is taking the medical course and this is his second year of study. VISITED IN CITY. Mrs. S. M. Ferris and Miss Kath erine Coleman of Dickinson,-and Mrs.' J. K. Porter of Mandan, were guests of Miss Emma Coleman over Satur day. They returned home on No.' 5 Saturday evening, and Miss Cole man accompanied them to Dickins•in to visit over Sunday. HOME FOR SUNDAY. Miss Gertjude Evarts, who is em ployed as teacher in the White school district, south of Sterling, was an ar rival in the city yesterday to spend Sunday at her home in Bismarck. County Superintendent of Schools C. L. Vigness, accompanied by his dep uty, Mrs. Nellie Evarts, made a trip in his auto to the White district, and Miss Evarts returned to the city with the party. The round trip covered, sixty-four miles. FINE TIME MONDYA NIGHT. First Company A Boys Will Give Dance of Season. The members of Company A will give their first dance of the season at the Armory tomorrow (Monday) evening. Lochner's orchestra will furnish the music for the occasion. This will be the last time to hear Lochner in this vicinity for some BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE •THE FAMOUS- Miles Quartette You Will Never Forgive Yourself if You Don't Hear Them BERT HETHERINGTON Singing Pictorial Melodies Saturday time, as he is going out on tlie road with hs famous harp orchestia and wll devote the winter to concert ana dance work. A splendid time is as jsured all who attend this first mili tary dance of the year. RETURNED FROM THE FORKS I Rev. G. B. Newcoir.b Addressed the State W. C. T. U. Meeting. Uv. (ieorge U. Ncwcoinb returned on No. ~J Saturday evening from Grand Forks where he attended the state convention of the \V. C. T. lT. Rev. Newcomb addressed the gathering in the interest of the prison work which is being carried on throughout the country. I WILL TEACH NEAR ASHLEY. Miss Lucile Freede Has Accepted a Position in Mcintosh County. Miss Lucile Freede of this city, departed on the south Soo Saturday morning for Ashley. She will teach one of the schools of Mcintosh county during the coming year. Miss Freede is a graduate of the local schools and iaught tor several months last year in the schools of tiiis county. RETURNED FROM CANADA. Mesdames Brady and McDonald Had a Fine Trip. Mrs. Johanna Brady and Mrs. J. D. McDonald have returned to the city from an extended trip in the east. They attended the Eucharistic congress at Montreal and from there went to Quebec, where they spent several days visiting friends and rel atives. They had a very pleasant trip. ON HUNTING TRIP. F. L. Shuman Left Saturday for a Trip Through the Golden Valley, District Manager F. L. Shuman de-| parted on No. 7 Saturday afternoon for a two days' hunting trip through the famed Golden Valley region of: western North Dakota. He will also look after some of the company's interests while away. He will hunt one day out of Medora and one day out of Sentinel Butt*. WILL ENFORCE CURFEW. Police Will Arrest All Children Un der 16 on Streets After 9 p. m. The police commissioner has in structed the members of the Bis marck police force that they will hereafter rigidly enforce the curfew ordinance which has for a long time been disregarded. In the future all children under the age of 16 years who are found on the streets after nine o'clock »n the evening will be placed under arrest. If a parent has E FRANCES SWARTZ & CO. Delightful comedy jpl#ylet, attrac= tively staged. Unusually clever, with excellent support "Love's Sacrifice" attracts packed houses wherever shown. cause for the child to be on the streets after that hour, whether for an errand or whatever the cause the r, .. LJ „. ciiil must given a written permie signed by the parent. Violations of this ordinance are classified as mis- COL. HILDRETH HERE MONDAY.1 Will Present Issues of the Campaign to Citizens of Bismarck. Col. Hildrcth. the democratic nom inee for congress, will speak at the Bijou theatre Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Col. Hildrcth is one of the most eloquent speakers in the state, and as he will present the issues of the campaign from the standpoint of good citizenship, all should hear him. CHANGE OF TIME. Churches of City Will Start Evening $10 hat, or the $10 may be applied Services Earlier. on any hat selected. See our ad for The:e will be a change of time for the Sunday evening services at some of the city churches commencing next Sunday. The services will begin at 7:30 p. m., and will continue to start at this hour during the. winter months. The churches which will make this change are the McCabe Methodist Episcopal, the Presbyter ian and the First Baptist churches. FAILED TO QUALIFY. Number of School District Treasurers Have Not Filed Their Bonds. County Superintendent of Schools C. L. Vignejrs calls attention to the fact that there are eight school dis tricts of the county In which the school treasurers have failed to file their bonds at this office, and their offices may be declared vacant at any tifne. There is no excuse for negli gence of this sort, says Mr. Vigness, and it is hoped that those elected to this positiono will qualify in the very near future. MOVING PEDESTAL. Work Commenced on the Mammoth Stone. The Bismarck Marble and Granite Works began work Saturday morning on moving the massive stone pedestal for the statue of Sakakawea from the Northern Pacific yards to the state capltol grounds. The stone weighs about twelve tons and has to be handled the same a3 if it were a house that is being moved. The en tire day Saturday was spent in un loading it from the flat car and mount ing it on skids so that the work of transporting it may be commenced the first thing Monday morning. a ars. it Tonight at 8:00 and 9:15 p. m. GOO MUSIC Excellent Picture Program DEDICATE CHURCH TODAY. BIDS WANTED. •in a a orewuateve* tne cause, tn Danrord Has Gone to Fort Riceiget from my house to the under* For That Purpose. [ground sidewalk. Also bids to furn- Rev. S 4 Danford left last .demeanors and are subject to a flne. i'lghf for Fort Rice.' where he O Enforcement of the ordinance will'dedicate the new Methodist church i, ent commence at once. today. He will' be busy for the next three months dedicating new church- in Bismarck district. The date3 I whir-h have been set for the other cevrponips are as follow MoflU, Oct. 19. Sterling, Oct. 20. Dawson, Nov. 6. Rural, Nov. 13. Rowman, Nov. 20. A number of other churches will be ready for dedication in December. GUESSING CONTEST. The Famous. Woman's Outfitting Store will give a prize to th« woman or girl guessing the nearest to the number of aigrettes on one Paris hat. Prize will consist of a choice Sunday, October 2, 1910. in toh°Sg*n slide so I can S W a a a a a a A" S a NOTICE. Stoves and ranges of all kinds, both new and old, at Faunce's, 4th street. Call and see me, if you want a new one or to trade your old one. Also furniture, trunks and grips here. Call and see me. SOMETHING GOOD. University and monogram brands represent the highest quality canned fruits and vegetables packed. You can buy them at Mandigo's, the qual ity store. See advertisement of Wm. H. Brown Company on page 3 if you are in the hotel business or contemplate entering it. FACT S ABOU CLOTHES Men's suits, made right, fit well and styles nearest to the fine tailored suits $15.00 to $25.00 Men's suits in short lots, good values at 11.50, 12.50 and $15.00 Our price, while they last 8., 8.50, $10.00 Fine suits for young men, the latest styles, $12.50 to $18.00 Mothers should remember that our chidren's suits are the best that money can buy. It is always a pleasure to show goods. The SAME PRICE to everybody. THE BOSTON L. Best, Proprietor The Fore Part of the Week PICTURES Always good at The Gem" "Macbeth" "The Navajo's Bride" "Unexpected Results'