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Friday, November 4, 1910. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—Everybody to send for book, "Real Mining," and particu lars of the best mining proposition ever offered to the small Investor. J. Grtbblns, Bismarck, N. D. We have salesmen's positions open where you can earn good money with studying our course. Practical School of Salesmanship, Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED—Ten young men to ad dress envelopes. Apply in person at Republican State Headquarters, in the Patterson building on Main street. WANTED—Bookkeeper, experienced, up-to-date, loose leaf, active, relia ble. References. Address J, H. M., Tribune, Bismarck. WANTED—Coal miners. Phone 250. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—A girl for laundry work. Call at the Bismarck hospital. WANTED—Girl to work for her board and go to school. Mrs. W. E Lahr, Phone 403-R. WANTED AT ONCE—Hampton's Magazine wants a reiable man or woman in Bismarck to sell the fast est growing magazine in America. Earn $1.50 to $5.00 a day. Write immediately for "Salary Plan" and free outfit. Address "Von," Sales Mgr., Hampton's Magazine, 85 West 35th St., Ne York. W A N E girl for general house work. Apply to Mrs. Glatt. 618 Sixth street __ WXNTED—Competent girl for gen eral house-work. Mrs. H. R. Berndt, 104 Avenue A. Phone 351R. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Good 5-room cottage, centrally located. M. P. Skeels. FOR RENT—A five room house, by Oct. 8. City water, pantry and a good cellar. Apply 1200 Broadway. HISTORICAL. WANTED—You to send us Pioneer Letters, Stories, Diaries, old books of North Dakota and Canada his tory, lists of Black Hills stage driv ers and bush whackers. Indian rel ics, etc. State Historical Society, Bismarck, N. D. Tribune Want Ads Bring Results WACHTER Dray and Transfer Co. Dealerv A W O O a I E Drays furnished for al purposes DRA* ST0RA6E 6. C. WACHTER raoni BISMARCK N. D. E. C. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSED EMBALMER IOO A O N I O Main Third St., •Ismareh Undertakers a Embalmers It! PfeiM-5Q MU mii-543 15 UemrirJMMriiCiirgt Webb Bros. a in S W POPULAR CLASSIFIED WANTS Advertisements under this head will be Inserted for GNE CMNT A WORD,, first Insertion (ONE HALF CENT A WORD each oonsecutlve Insertion, if paid cash la advance.) N publication for less than 25c. Cash must accompany out of town orders. Advertisements In these columns having letters or numbers MUS be answered through corres pondence. Cannot guarantee accuracy on Phone ads. Half of your present "cigar money" spent in want-advertising—and you will soon be able to smoke twice as good cigars! FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—One or two furnished rooms. No. 10, Rosser. FOR RENT—One large! furnished room, modern, with board. Inquire 705 Sixth street. FOR RENT—Nicely furnished room modern house. 512 Ninth street. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place. 212 Third street Little Journeys Made in Answer ing want Ads. Will secure a pleasant room or cottage for the winter. It will find a nice quiet family who would be glad to furnish board and home privileges to a deslr able person. For any want you may have reading these ads will lead you to GOOD FORTUNE ~fijiSif&iS+f*-e-f*rPPPPm*m*mmm*mmmm***mm' FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. Inquire 512 Ave. B, between Fifth and Sixth streets. FOR RENT— Rooms in Dakota Block. Phone 303. FOR RENT—Furnished room In mod ern house, at 516 Ninth street. FOR RENT—Three modern furnish ed rooms, suitable for light house keeping. Inquire at Hare Block. FOR RENT—Furnished room at No. 6 Main street. Storm Windows Let us supply you It hardly seems that it is again time to talk about putting storm sash on our homes. It is true that it is a little early to put the sash on, put It is not too early to look over your home to see if you have a storm sash and storm door for every opening. In making your exam ination if you find you are short, it would be a good plan to get the sizes you need and bring them to our of fice so we can order them early and have them ready when the blizzard comes. NORTH STAR LUMBER CO. W. E. Gleason, Mgr. LOST. LOST—White bull terrier puppy, ears and tail uncropped. Finder please notify J. Gribbins, 404 Second S or Phone 383-W. LOST—Gold web watch fob with en graved slide. Reward. May Arn old, 116 Sixth street. MISCELLANEOUS. WANTED—Any information concern ing whereabouts of Jack Mcran will be thankfully received by his daughter Dorothy Moran. Whe last hear from was in Mandan, N. D. W as working for George Hersie, but when last saw him he was in Seattle. He is of medium height, blue eyes, brown hair, fair com plexion and walked a little lame. Any information of his whereabouts up to the present date will be thank fully received by his wife and daughters, May and Little Miss D&rothy Margaret Moran. 235 Gran ite Street. Pacific Grove, California. FOR SALE—Prize Stewart Heater and Quick Meal Range. First class condition. T. C. Madden, corner of Sixth and Ave. F. FOR S A E O heate7 and Cook Stove. Call 320 Third street. WANTED—Ladies and Gentlemen's fur garments repaired and relined. Work guaranteed. Phone 322 or call at 422 Third street. BOYS! GRILS! FREE COLUMBIA BICYCLES for a little easy spare time work for Hampton's Magazine. Send postal for wonderful free bicycle offer. Address "Bicycle Club," Room 538, 66, West 35th St., Ne York. FOR SALE OR TRAD!!—One-half section of Burleigh county land for city property. Apply to A. P. An derson, Deputy Register of Deeds. AS YOU read this ad so will thous ands read your want ad if it is in the Tribune. FOR SALE—Will sell several good milch cows. If looking for cheap ones, don't inquire. T. E. Johnson, phones 496 or 89. FOR SALE—Horse and buggy for sale cheap. For particulars inquire of M. J. O'Connor. FOR RENT—Stark building, occu pied by Hub restaurant. G. J. Keenan. mmm ti. I in 'Jijj Viiit O Getting Results Quickly FOR SALE—Good medium weight overcoat in excellent condition. Will sell very reasonable. Lock Box P. O. 537. NOTICE OF CANCELLATION. To Edwin R. Thykeson: You will please take notice that de fault has occurred in the terms and conditions of that, certain contract of sale and agreement to convey the fol lowing described real estate situated in the County of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, and described as fol lows: The Southwest Quarter (SW%) of section four (4), in Township one hundred thirty-nine, (139), North, Range seventy-five (75), West of the Fifth (5), Principal Meridian, con taining one hundred sixty (160), acres more or less according to the govern ment survey thereof which said con tract is dated on the 10th day of March, 1910, made by David J. Douty, of Driscoll, N. D., party of the first part, and Edwin R. Thykeson, party of the second part and which said default consists in the failure to pay the installment in the sum of $1,167.34 now past due, together with interest thereon, as provided for by the terms of said contract, and there is now I due on said contract the sum of $1,732.31, besides the taxes, as pro vided for in said contract. Because of said default and pur suant to the statute in such cgse made and provided, the said contract will be cancelled and terminated unless the full amount due thereon together with the taxes, is paid on or before the 26th day of December, 1910. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., this 3rd day of November, 1910. DAVID J. DOUTY, Note the Illustration. The chap is something a hurry. He went wrong now he la getting back. You can't go wrong on Tribune Want Ada. Everybody reads ther. and i-Mufta are cer tain and quick. They're news, and many extra dollar* are pieced up by immediate action In answering Want AaV. GET THE HABIT Read Trfbtme ads Daily Party of the first part. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for party of the first part. (11-4,-11, 18.) :-_"'_ 2 BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE Th Market LIVE STOCK. St. Paul. St. Paul—Cattle receipts, 2,000 steady. Quotations unchanged. Hog receipts, 3,500 5 to 10 higher. Range 7.75 to 8.50. Bulk of sales, 8.25 to 8.40. Sheep receipts, 11,000 steady to strong. Sheep, 1.50 to 4.25. Lambs, 3.25 to 5.90. Chicago. Chicago—Cattle receipts 6,000 Market strong. Beeves, 4.50 to 7.75. Texar steers, 3.35 to 5.75. Western steers, 4.10 to 6.35. Stockers and feeders, 4.10 to 5.50. Cows and heifers, 2.25 to 6.50. Calves, 7.50 to 10.25. Hog receipts, 16,000 market more active and strong. Light, 8.25 to 8.75. Mixed, 7.75 to 8.75. Heavy, 7.25 to 8.65. Rough, 7.35 to 7.55. Good to choice heavy, 7.55 to 8.65. Pigs, 7.70 to 8.55. Bulk of sales, 7.60 to 8,55. Sheep receipts, 30,000 market is steady. Native, 2.60 to 4.35. Western, 2.65 to 4.35. Yearlings, 4.35 to 5.60. Lambs native, 4.75 to 6.75. Western, 4.75 to 6.75. GRAIN. Chicago. Close: Wheat: 87 1-2 May 94 1-8 July 92 1-2. Corn—Dec. 46 3-4 May 48 1-8 July 4 34. Oats—Dec. 31 1-4. Minneapolis. Minneapolis.—Close: Wheat: 98 May, 1.02 3-4 1 hard, 1.01 1-4 1 northern, 99 1-2 to 1.00 1-2 2 north ern, 95 1-2 to 98 1-2 3 wheat, 93 to 96. Bran, 18.50 to 19.00. Flour, first patents, 4.80 to 5.25 second patents. 4.70 to 5.15 nr3t clears, 2.20 to 3.40 to 2.75. 3.75 second clears, Duluth. Duluth.—Close: Wheat on track: No. 1 hard. 1.01 1-8 1 northern, 1.00 5-8 2 northern, 97 5-8 to !)8 5-8 to arrive, 1 northern, 1.00 5-8 2 north ern, 97 5-8 to 98 5-8 Dec. 1.00 1-8 asked May 1.04 asked. Durum—On track, in store and to arrive, No. 1, 84 5-8 No. 2, 82 5-8 Nov. 84 5-8 askedffl Dec. 84 3-8 asked May, 88 asked. Flax. Flax—On track and to arrive, 2.61 Nov. 2.61 asked Dec. 2.58 1-2 asked May, 2.53 3-4. Oats—31 1-4. MONEY. New York—Money on call, stronger. 4 to 4 1-2 per cent ruling rate, 4 per cent closing bid, 4 per cent offered at 4 1-4 per cent. Time loans stronger 60 days and 90 days, 5 per cent 6 months, 4 3-4 per cent. ADVERTISED LETTERS. For the week ending, Saturday, Oct. 31. AAmico, Francesco Anderson, C. A Brady, Rufus Anton N & Co. Adrien, Miss Brown, Agnes Baulgar, Mita Ylieff Bacheldor, Mrs. Lettie Berg, Gudbrau Cook, Mrs. A. C. Conley, Mrs. A. C. Durhum, Arthur L. Deible, John Dennison, George Everson, Hans Fields, John Fisher, John Gilbert, Mrs. G. W. Gleason, R. S. Holme, Rudolph Hirm, Mirke Hubbard, Harriet Holm, Z. Hesse, Tenna Joslin, Frank Kilbourne, R. H. Krembs, O. A. Krogmoe, H. Kelly & 03trander Losey, Chas. Loftsgardern, Supt. H. McGinley, Rose Moore, Hanlon P. Mitchell, Nieta Manthey, J. R. Meeker, Anna Nelson, Supt. C. J. N. Parmley, Omar Peterson, Ole Robade, Mrs. Jos. Renich, Peter Reed, Miss Marvel Regan, Supt. Maud T. Shumway, Willie Steen, Lulu Schatkoske, Miss Lydia Stregner, Harry A. Thayer, Roscoe Teller Forgerd Vernon Edd. Warford, S. J. Wetsch, S. Ward, Mrs. F. J. West, Clair To insure prompt delivery please have your mail addressed to street number, box number or general de livery. The above list will be held two W calling for the above mail, please say "advertised." Agatha G. Patterson, P. M. Commander Peary, at one of the nu merous Washington dinners following nls triumphant return from the pole, got the better of a senator in a war of wits. "What Is the good of your discov the-senator said. "I'll wager that you didn't find a single Important thing at the uertb pole." "Oh, yes, I diet." said the explorer. "I found one very, very Important thing." "Humph! What was that?" the sen ator grunted. "The way back home again," as the reply. •##*»*«»»****»»*»**«**«*w#*#»*w/ To the Editor: If I were to adopt the tactics of Grant S. Hager, manager of the Re publican campaign bureau, 1 suppose I should say at once that "he lies," and save further discussion but I believe in the intelligence of your readers and therefore, I refrain from Mr. Hager's style of argument. To put it very mildly, Mr. Hager is mistaken about my inspiring a cam paign of falsehood and misrepresenta tion. Happily no such campaign is needed in behalf of Governor Burke. I wish I might truthfully say as much for the campaign of Mr. Johnson. And while I have not. been indulg ing along the lines indicated by Mr. Hager, I have not been content to sit idly by and permit one of my closest personal friends, and one of the best, truest and most efficient public ser vants I have ever known to be malign ed, misrepresented and shamefully slandered. And therein lies the sum of my offending, as viewed from the standpoint of Col. Grant S. Hager, superintendent press bureau, Repub lican headquarters. The list of the appointees of Gov ernor Burke was made up in this of fice. Mr. Hager could have had just such a list upon application. The in formation is not exclusive. It is open to the public at all times. This, how ever, does not apply to the marking of the politics of the appointees. So far as my personal knowledge served me, I marked the list D, for Demo crat, and R. for Republican. Some of the names I was unable to mark be cause I did not know the politics of the appointee and there is no of ficial record from which the fact could be determined. In sending out the list marked as I have stated, I called especial attention to the fact that the markings were probably not absolutely accurate, and that some few changes could undoubtedly be made. And we see by the morning's paper that after Col. Hager and his de tachment of political forecasters and trained experts got to work on the job they labored and brought forth a real whale. They succeeded in ac complishing the heretofore impossible feat of making a mountain out of a mole-hill. Of 225 appointments they change the markings as to just ten. Allowing for the sake of argument that the colonel and his assistants are correct, the result appears to be: 109 Democratic appointments, and 116 Republican appointments, which 1 sub mit is a pretty fair showing, especially when we consider that during the six teen years Mr. Hager's party had con trol there have been very few, if. in deed, any appointments given to the Democrats. So much for the list which fur nished the ammunition for Brother Hager's thunderous onslaught in this morning's Tribune. I do not consider that I am account able to Col. Grant S. Hager. S. P. B. R. H., or to anybody else for what I may write in this campaign, yet I must, decline to be held responsible for the things 1 do not write nor do 1 mean by this to have it inferred that what has been printed in the News is not strictly true, for I am in no position to judge, not having seen or read much that has been printed with a Bismarck headline. If it will make it more pleasing to Col. Grant K. Hager, S. P. B. R. H., for me to furnish to the Tribune for publication copies of everything written by me in this campaign, I shall be most happy to do that. By all means, "Let us have peace." Colonel Hager started in very early in the campaign to put one over on the governor by charging him with vetoing items of $5,100 out of an ap propriation of $25,600. for the insti tution for the feeble minded. Happily the colonel skillfully supplied a neat little loop hole to crawl through in case of need, and he crawled clear in to that little hole when Governor Burke disclosed the deception, which 1 think the governor succeeded in do ing to the satisfaction of the public, if not to the satisfaction and peace of mind of Colonel Grant S. Hager, S. P. B. R. H. I wrote a few lines on that episode. Then came the gallant old vet. Ma jor C. W. Buttz, from the town of Buttaville. The major started right in to charge upon the governor the re sponsibility for the excessive number of legislative clerks. I wrote a few paragraphs on that, simply quoting the official records to prove that the major was mistaken. Colonel Hager published in his pa per, the Walsh County Record an in dignant denial of the statement of Governor Burke that Alex McKenzie had removed himself and his head quarters from St. Paul to Bismarck, and is managing the Republican cam paign. And the colonel pronounced these statements wilful and malicious untruths. Under date of Oct. 25, I published over my own signature a letter in which I stated that Mr. Mc Kenzie had been here then ten days and that he was known to be holding conferences with Mr. Talcott at the Northwest hotel, and suggested that in the face of the serious political situation confronting McKenzie, it was not likely he would leave the management of this important cam paign in the hands of two novices like Colonel Hager and Mr. Talcott. Mr. McKen ie is still with us, and that he is the directing genius of the Repub lican campaign the people of Bismarck well know. Colonel Hager can deny this until he is black in the face, but he cannot fool the Bismarck people, because it happens we know Alexan- McKenzie ten times better than idoes Colonel Hager. And if the col onel will permit a slight digression at this point, I would call attention to the pathetic sight of a strong, virile battle scarred old mastiff like Mc- Kenzie being denied by. a fellow of the proportions of Grant S. Hager, S. P. B. R. H. Well then Col. Hager and his bureau started Joe Devine on the road, and presumably supplied him with that famous canard wbiab Devin has ever since peddled so industrious ly. I iefer to the anti-pass story wherein the Democrats of the senate were directly blamed with the fadhwe of the bill and Governor Burke in directly blamed. The story is that the Democrats voted against the bill ard therefore was lost and Governor Burke is charged with allowing the Democratic members to do as they did. The record shows the following additional facts which Mr. Devine never mentions and which Mr. Hager never peeps about when he sends out his "dope" from headquarters. 1. The anti-pass bill never came up for passage in the senate. 2. The senate consisted of 47 mem bers of which 8 were Democrats, 38 were Republicans and one was inde pendent. And the committee on railroads to which the anti-pass bill was referred was made up of 17 members of which 12 were Republicans, four Democrats and one Independent. Further ,they conceal the evidence of the records to prove that when a final effort was made to take the anti-pass bill out of the Republican committee, the Repub lican leader, Mr. LaMoure, interposed an objection and blocked the move. Further yet, in discussing the anti pass legislation, Mr. Devine and Col. Hager, S. P. B. R. H., pussy-foot it on the matter of C. A. Johnson's rec ord. House Journal (1907) Page 1244 shows that Mr. Johnson voted against the anti-pass bill in 1907. On these matters I plead guilty to writing a few paragraphs. Does Colonel Grant Hager, S. P. B. R., imagine for a moment that because he talks louder and writes faster than I, that he can by a simple expenditure of lung power and a liberal daub of printers' ink explain these matters? Does Col. Hager suppose that by call ing Byrne a blank blankety blank liar, he can settle these little incon sistencies to the satisfaction of the intelligent public? If that is his idea I predict he will be brought to a rude awakening on November 8. Sarah Gurney, heirs of John David son, deceased the unknown heirs of John Gannon, deceased the un known heirs of Thomas Gannon, de ceased A. M. Thompson and all other persons unknown, claiming any estate or interest in, or lien or incumbrance upon the property, described in the complaint, defend ants. The State of North Dakota to the above named defendants: You, and each of you, are hereby summoned to answer the complaint of the plaintiff in the above entitled ac tion, which complaint is hereto an nexed and herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to the said complaint on the sub scribers at their offices in the city of Bismarck, in said county and state, within thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and in case of your failure to appear or answer, iudgment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., November 2. 1910. COCHRANE & BRADLEY. isauini Central Time St. Paul Minneapolis Medina Dawson Steele Driscoll Sterling .McKenzie liiirlcigli Bismarck. .Mandan -Mandan .. Hillings Hillings P. E. BYRNE, Bismarck, N. D., Nov. 3, 1910. SUMMONS. State of North Dakota. County of Burleigh. In District Court, Sixth Judicial District. Mary E. Pye, plaintiff, vs. The un known heirs of Julia A. Merry, de ceased Robert Del Armitage and I'Vg Attorneys for Plaintiff. Bismarck, N. D. To the above named defendants: Von, and each of you, will please fake notice that the Summons and Complaint in the above entitled ac tion was filed in the office of the Clerk nf the District Court of Burleigh County. North Dakota, on the 3rd day of November, 1910, and thai this ac tion is brought for the purpose of ouietinK title in this plaintiff to lots Nine (9). Ten (10). Eleven (11). Twelve (12). Nineteen (19). and Twen tv (20). of Block Fifty-eight (58). of the original pint of the city of Bis marck, Burleigh County, North Da kota. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., November 2. 1910. COCHRANE & BRADLEY Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck. N. D. (11-1. 11. 18. 25 and 12-2 and 9.) Old Enough to Notice. nt "Are your papa and mamma home?" asked the caller. "No." replied little Marguerite. "One of them may be here, but they never are both at home at the same time." Told Him. "What's that boy yelling at?" asked the farmer of his son. "Why." chuckled the boy. "he's just yelling at the top of his voice." Spoiled the Evsning For Her. I *'I suppose you had a perfectly love ly time at the dinner party last night?" "No. Through some mistake they seated me next to my husband."—Cbi I en so Rivord-TTerald. A Physician's Report on Tuberculosis Medicine "Have used Eckman's Alterative in several cases of tubercular glandi of the neck, with excellent results every time. In one case It cost me $50, for the girl was put on It only until !-he could ar range to be operated, and In a short |tlme an operation was not needed. I suppose your records are just as fine as of old. You know my faith in it Bckman's Alterative Is effective In ither forms. Read what Mrs. Garvin iays:— Lima, Montana. Gentlemen: "1 have gained twenty-two ounds since last February and my baby in perfect health. She is now four months old. I have been waiting since she was born to see how I would got gJoog. I am now doing all my work, have been ever since she was four weeks old, and I am steadily gaining. I do •not cough or raise anything at all. I believe my lung trouble cured." (Signed Affidavit) Mrs. M. H. Garvin. I Note—Mrs. Garvin is the mother of 'seven children. -Bckman's Alterative cures Broncnitts, Asthma, Hay Fever Throat ana Lung Affections. Ask for booklet of cared cases and write to the Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidence. P«»r Pflle *v ll' I'irllr T"* Cowan's Drug Store, Bismarck, N. D. Seres Railway Time Table NORTHERN PACIFIC WESTBOUND. I 1 I 8 5 1 7 am 0 15 9 45 in 4 17 .Lv. a in fr'ariso Mapleton .. Cassclton .. Wheatland Valley City Jamestown Jamestown pin 11 00 11 2ft in 5 40 10 30 11 00 a 6 57 10 35 11 10 a 8 10 8 32 8 47 8 59 10 03 11 25 11 40 20 4 *5 Ar. I.v. 5 43 55 7 00 S 33 8 38 12 38 1 25 8 32 Ar. Lv. 11 33 ill 18 11 58 9 35 9 50 10 00 'Mountai time west—one liour earlier than "Central" tine. Mandan Jjidsou New Salein Sims Almoin Glenullen .. Hebron Kichnrdton Taylor Gladstone .. Lv.| 110 58 Dickinson Dickinson Ileach Glcndive Glcndive 9 00 2 25 3 06 3 24 3 37 3 47 9 49 10 37 10 f.s 11 25 4 19 4 45 5 20 5 33 5 52 in fl 20 6 30 8 52 10 30 Ar. a 2 08|12 05 2 18 12 15 2 10 ft 3H 3 20 ft 48 3 30 am a in 12 3S|11 20 12 4K|U 30 a ui in 4 28| :i 20 Ar. I.v. Ar. Lv. Livingsto Ar. If'i EAST BOUND. 'Mountain" time west—one hour earlier "Central" time. Mandan Mandan Bismarck Burleigh McKenzie Sterling Mrisioll Strile I)a»'«nll Medina tban Ar. I.v. I 1 I 20| :io| 43 a in I a in 9 20| 2 45 301 2 ftft •J 4ftI 3 10 1 45 1 ftr. 2 13 2 40 2 ft 15 3 It) 3 2ft 3 43 4 05 4 48 1 laini lam. Valley it Wheatlan Cassclton Mapleto 1 Ar. I.v. ..|IS 28 ..112 33 stc 1 05 (i 1ft 7 17 6 10 7 22 8 41 8 58 9 17 in 9 50 a 7 in 7 40 I' |. ••I Minneapolis St. l'aul Ar. 8 39 I a !12 m_ 2 ft 7 in (I 30 a in j) 30 .Ar. in no ft (III ft 30 LINTON BRANCH. Mixed Except Sunday,. 2 301 3 4ft| Oft |. 301 2ft 10|. 4ft |. lft I unday Lv a Bismarck McKenzie Ilurdick .Ar .Ar 11 00 10 9 45 9 25 9 20 8 30 7 41 7 i* Moifit Bcssoha Ilazelton Ilrofy Linton '.Lv' MIS.MAKl MOT BRANCH. Leave Monday Wednesday ami I'ridav. a in 7 I.". I'.ismarck Arrive Tuesday Thursday and Saturday, (i 30 ft (id 4 Ml 4 30 4 Hi 3 4ft 3 10 2 30 Mandan Junction Jennie Si liini.lt .. Nineteen tin .union Hall 1c. Cannon Call Solen 1 3ft 1 Oft I'arkin .. 'I iinmcr Gall 20 Rasher .12 01 a in 1(1 30 .10 Id 9 4ft I "ft a 1 '.'•" Louse Creek Carson 2ft Law ther "(i Shanle.- 8 fto 3 2ft New Leipzig 8 20 J•"• liirdscll 00 I'' Hurt 7 3(1 oo Mott 7 00 Mixed train and leaves Bismarck Monday, Wednesday and I'ridav and leaves Mott on Tinsclay, hurvlay and Saturday. SOO LINE EASTBOUNl). .l 30 Lea ]'.' Ift 4 lft 4 2i ft 20 li 2ft '.» fto 2 Oft (i 4ft Bismarck Arrive 5 15 Braddock 2 40 Wishek 11 45 a Vshlev 40 a Pollock 6 00 a Kulm 10 00 a C. M. & St. P. Crsg.. 8 5C a (lakes 7 55 a Hankinson 4 SO a a m. a m. Glcnwood 12 30 a Minneapolis Lv 7 40 Ar NORTH BOUND. Lv Bismarck Wilton Washburn Ar 4 .. 2 .. 2 .. 1 .12 .11 00 50 10 35 45 45 a 10 a 25 15 19 35 Underwood Garrison Max Douglass 10 Ryder 9 Plaza 8 Dogden 10 a a Drake 9 Velva 8 Minot 7 a 28 a 45 a 50 15 a 60 42 30 23 15 a a Portal 11 Harvey 12 Carrington 10 Valley City 8 Enderltn 7 Fairmont 5 a in.. Ar Minneapolis Lv ..11 A Curious Remedy. Perhaps the most carious remedy for seasickness ever prescribed was that arranged by Sir Theodore Mayern for the English princess royal when she crossed to Belgium in 1642. Cinnamon, coriander, anise, ambergris, mask and •agar were to be made np Into long tabes for ber to munch on the voyage a plaster of balsam of Pern, gum mas tlcb and laudanum was to be applied to the pit of the stomach, and in addi tion she was to inhale the comforting vapors arising from a hash of toast. oTange«ndcMra« a a and clores-mtagfctf irttfa w»*.-c%atmv mon water and. elder flower rlniecar.