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Thursday, November 24, 1910.
24th Annual To Close Out .. Fifth Street City, County, State, and Federal Of fices Will Be Closed—Post office Open From Nooh Till One O'clock. Today is turkey day in the United States and the national fowl which our forebears brought to earth with their trusty rifles will repose on many tables fresh from the farm yard or the cold storage pbint. The day will be observed in Bis marck as a legal holiday. The banks, J— $1.50 Wool Underwear About 15 Dozen—To close $10 0 50 Pairs Men's Box Calf Shoes, Former Price $2.50. To close.. 1.75 40 Pairs Men's Vici Kid Shoes, Former Price $4. To close out.2.85 10 Dozens Men's Flannel Blue Shirts close out 20 Dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, Former Price 75c and $1.00 KINO TURKEY RULES IN AMERICA TO-DOY GENERAL HOLIDAY WIL BE OB- SERVED IN E CITY BY E BUSINESS HOUSES. All Sizes 14i/2 to 17. The "Clever Clothes Shop" QDL7PIA I FO FRIDA OrtilAL and SATURDA Former price $1.50. To 20 Dozen Men's all Silk Four-in-hand Ties. Former Price 50 and 75c. To close out Men's weater Coats, Former price $1.00 To close out 60c The report having gone forth that I am going to close shop, I wish to state emphatically that I shall neith er sell or close shop calculating to remain indefinitely. Dressmaking Parlors, rear room, Epplnger Block. If you have one of Richliolt's ice cream freezers of brick moulds, phone 52-R and the wagon will call for it. I The Lines of Our "Clever Clothes" Stand out above the. average ready made togs very distinctly. The master hand of the artisan is shown at every point. Thus the reason why the firm name of S. E. Bergeson & Son stands for the best in clothes. If interested it would please us to serve you by showing you through our beautiful line of suits and overcoats Our store is Open Wednesday and Saturday evenings Closed all other evenings. Mtlfc E MOST CRITICAL Bismarck Steam Laundry PHONE 54 SCRUTINY will fail to reveal the slighest flaw in our laundry work, not alone do we cleanse and iron the shirts, col lars, cuffs, etc., perfectly, but we do i* without destroying button holes, fraying neck lands or cuff edges, etc. Send us the things you intend to wear Thanksgiving. You'll be glad you did when you put them on. Close out 90c 3 5 35c eit,y, county, state and federal of fices will all be closed and most of the stores. The post office will be open from twelve o'clock noon, until one o'clock during which hour the general delivery window will be open. The city schools will be closed and will not resume work until Monday giving the pupils time to recover from their Thanksgiving dinners. Get a Lisk Self Ba3ting Roaster, for Thanksgiving, at French and Welch Hardware Co. ROSENS CLOTHING SHOP DISCONTINUING OUR SUIT AND OVERCOAT DEPARTMEN 100 Men's Suits, Single and Double Breasted, Values to $12.00. To $12.50 Overcoats Now $8.50 $20.00 Overcoats Now $13.50 $25.00 Overcoats Now $18.00 FUR AND FUR LINED OVERCOATS AT THEI ACTUAL COST SUITS OF ALL SHADES, WEAVES AND STYLES TO CLOSE AT ACTUAL COST. PRETTY HOME WEDDING OCCURREDWEDNESDAY MISS LILLIAN M'KENZIE BECOMES BRIDE OF ELMO BICK- HARDT. Bride is One of Bismarck's Charming Young Ladies—Groom is Also Well Known in City. YOUNG PEOPLE OF BISMARCK Wednesday afternoon at half past of Felix, who is rather slow and cau five o'clock the McKenzie residence tlous. Pansy Staples has been living fi on First street was the scene of a very pretty wedding when Miss Lil lian McKenzie became the bride of Elmo Bickhardt of this city. Onlv a few intimate friends and relatives were present at the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. Ellsworth, rec tor of St. George's Episcopal church. The bride is a daughter of Judge Murdoch J. McKenzie, and is one of the charming and accomplished you \g ladies of the capital city. The groom has been in the employ of the Soo line, and recently received an op pointment with Wyman Partridge & company of Minneapolis, which posi tion he will enter upon the first of the year. Each of the contracting par ties has a large circle of friends in Bismarck, "all of whom extend their hearties congratulations. After an elaborate wedding banquet the happy pair departed on No. 2 for Minneapolis, where they will make their future home. The only out-of town guests were Mrs. N. J. McLean and daughter, Esther, of Missoula, a sister of Judge McKenzie. CAST ARRANGED FOR THE AMATUER PLAY W I APPEAR ON STAGE AT OPERA HOUSE. 'Professor's Predicament" is Interest ing Comedy—Civic League is Back ing New Company. The following is the cast of char acters and the people who will take part in the first production of "The Professor's Predicament," which will be put on by the Rostand Dramatic club under the auspices of the Civic league of Bismarck, on the evening of December 9th, at the Bijou theatre: Arthur Holcomb, S. F. X., N. G., professor Ed. Moore Harold Dexter, of Boston Stock Ex change Chas. Wattam Richard Newell, Yale '08..Phil Webb Tom Warren, Harvard '08 Merton Orr Homer Featherstone, artist Bill Harris Staples, a man of mystery Leon Choquette Josiah Simpkins, who has a scheme Mark Oseth Felix Simpkins, not such a fool as he looks Ray Bergeson John, a servant .Bud Reeves Mrs. Fanny Winthrop Elsie Nylen Pansy Staples, supposed daughter of Staples Arline White Students of Allendale seminary Alice Barrington Mary Kelly BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE $7.50 Opposite Soo Motel .Maude Randall Constance Straw Constance llavermeyer I Odessa Williams in the forest as the daughter of Sta ples, but she is reality the sister of Harold Dexter, and has been ab ducted by the ruflian Staples. Homer Featherstone, the artist, is in reality a detective sent up by Dexter to find his sister. The professor falls in love with Pansy, and the play ends hap pily with the reuniting of Dexter and Pansy and the forgiveness of the pro fessor by the other girls, with whom the professor has gotten into some entanglements. Neapolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgiving at Richholt's. Get your orders in early and deliveries will be made up to 1:30 p. m. Thanksgiving, Phone 52-R. COUNTY SEAT FIGHT ON IN DIVIDE COUNTY DELEGATIONS HERE FROM SEV- ERAL TOWNS TO CALL ON E GOVERNOR. As State Executive Has Received Official Communication as Yet Cannot Act. There is a merry fight on for the location of the temporary county seat of tne new county of Divide formed ar the recent election from a part of, Williams county. The first of the week there was a delegation here from Cros-, by trying to impress the governor with the desireability of Crosby as the seat of government for the new county and yesterday there was a dele gation here from Ambrose to present arguments as to why commissioners should be appointed who would name 'heir town as the county seat. As the governor has not received notice -f the official division of the county he cannot name the commissioner as vet. There have not been any dele eaMonR from .the counties formed out of a part of Billings county as yet. Neapolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgivinq at Richholt's. Get your orders in early snd deliveries will be ~iade up to 1:30 p. m. Thanksgiving., »horie 52-R. I Webb Bros, and A. W. Lucas Co. will close their store Thanksgiving day all day. For clean hacks and careful drivers. Phone 105. Day or nieht. WHITE'S LIVERY. rmory Hall Tickets $1.00 Good Time Assured Munger's Orchestra NEWM.E. CHURCH IS OEDICATEO ATBOWMAN ANOTHER CHURCH WIL BE DED- ICATED NEX SUNDAY A RURAL. This Makes Ten New M. E. Churches I That Have Been Dedicated This Fall and There are Still Several More. Tho new Methodist church at How man was dedicated yesterday with impressive ceremonies by Dr. S. A. Danford and Rev. J. M. Taylor, as sisted by the pastor, Rev J. V. Cooke. This new church marks the begin ning of a great many more Methodist churches down in that country, as it gives the Methodist people a center from which to work. in this country have some Methodist people and will build Methodist churches the coming year if there is a good crop. Dr. Danford handled the finances at the dedication yesterday and raised more than enough to free them from 'debt in a few minutes. (jreat credit is due Pastor Cook I for iiis skillful handling of this eam jpaign. Next Sunday Rev. Oanford will dedicate a church at Rural, 12 miles' south of Mandan in Morton county, This will be tho firsi country church I built in Morton county by the Melho- 1 Klla Humphreys Mae Hanlon I The "Professor's Predicament" is lessor visits his aunt at a summer resort and his a«mt, Mrs. Winthrop immediately plans a campaign in the interests of the professor's marriage. The professor gets himself into some very humorous situations on account of his near-sightedness and absent mindedness. .Josiah Simpkins plans for the engagement of his son to Miss Harrington, but- the professor in trudes and breaks up the love-making MINER STRUCK OLD CHARGE OF DYNAMITE ALMOST FATAL ACCIDENT OC- CURRED AT WILTO N MINE WEDNESDAY. J. B. Williams Farmer Living Near Wilton Brought to City Very Badly Injured. Wednesday morning, shortly before noon. J. H. Williams, a farmer residing about ten miles from Wilton, who has been working ii: the Wilton mine for a lew days, while drilling in the mine [struck an old uncxplodcd charge of 1 If you have one of Richholt's ice cream freezers or brick moulds, phon^ 52-R and the wagon will call for it. lynamite which went off badly injur-1Phone in^ Mr. Williams He suffered the lo*a of one eye, and may possibly lose the 'oilier and sustained severe cuts audi |)"!'ises about the head and chest, ..It dical aid was given him as soon is possible and he was hastily remov led ii Bismarck on the afternoon train! whore he was taken to one of the hos- He was accompanied by his I'nless unforeseen complications he will soon be out. pi I ill |-. if.-. :.i If you have one of Richholt's ice cream freezers or brick moulds, phone 52-R and the wagon will call for it. ^SCHOOL FUNDS HAVE BEEN APPORTIONED! NOVEMBER APPORTIONMENT ALWAYS SMALLEST OF YEAR. JUST PENALTY FAR SIN REV. COLE SHOWS RESULT Nearly all of the new ,owns down ould and did send him back to that (lists Willi the dedication of the I 'church at itm-al it will make ten laid in the White mountains. The pro-: fall and Mr. Danford states that there St., Brooklyn. N. will be two or thre more first of the year. Neapolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgiving at Richholt's. Get your orders in early and deliveries will be made up to 1:30 p. m. Thanksgiving. Phone 53-R. OF DISOBEDIENCE OF GOD'S WORD. Lecture Was Well Attended. A fair sized audience listened with rapt attention for an hour and a half to .lames 11. Cole's exposition of the scriptures last Tuesday at the Com mercial club hull. Mr. Cole showed that it was reasonable thing for (!od to let the I man. Adam, die for his disobedience, and that it would be unreasonable to send the man to everlasting torment or to thousands of years of torment in purgatory for his sin also more unreasonable to take him to heavenly conditions for his unrighteousness. He further showed that Adam was a soul and did not have an immortal soul as some claim. And that God condition in which he was before he became a soul, and that it was right thing to do, since Adam had forfeited all right to all that he had received of Cod. Hut (Sod, in his great lpve. provided a ransom and that the true church or bride of Christ was being selected during the gospel age and the church made spirit things on the that after this work is finished and divine plan, then the remainder of mankind will bo given their first chance for life as perfect human be ings en a perfected earth, and there would be no more death the incor rigible having been destroyed in the second death. Mr. Cole is representing the Inter national Bible Students association, 1 churches that have been dedicated this which headquarters before the information can be ing. are 13-17 Hicks ., where further had for the ask- Neapolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgiving at Richholt's. Get your orders in early and deliveries will be made up to 1:30 p. m. Thanksgiving. Phone 53-R. SHOW A PEN. Manager Temple Will Take Grand Show to State Institution. This afternoon Manager Temple of the Grand (heater will take his entire show, consisting of thre large acts and his moving pictures and illustrated songs to the penitentiary, where he will put on a full performance for the benefit of the prisoners. This is done as a Thanksgiving treat for the "boys" and the performance is do nated free of charge by Manager Temple. The show will return to the city in ample time to take the boards for the regular performance this ev ening. Neapolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgiving at Richholt's. Get your orders in early and deliveries will be! made up to 1:30 p. Thanksgiving! 52-R. I Cood roasts are made better when roasted in the Lisk Self Hasting Roasters, sold by French & Welch. For clean hacks and crirfful drivers, Phone 10.1. T)nv or ni"h W'TflTF t.lVFRY Get your home made candies Thanksgiving from Richholt. VSOvW^S^Wvi is State School Fund Shows per Capita Apportionment of Fourteen Cents— Slow Collections Make Figures Low. The November apportionment of the state school funds has been made and shows a per capita apportionment of fourteen cents. The November ap portionment is always the smallest of the year, and while the 1910 figure is small, it is not the smallest that has ever been made, as in 1904 only ten cents was the per capita apportion ment, and in 1901 there was no ap portionment made in November at all. The total apportionment to this period was $21,849.94, and the total $ enumeration was lo6,071. The appor-lg tionrrent in November has in years past run as high at 78 cents. The figures are low this year on account of the slow collections and the next apportionment will probably be larg er for the reason that many of the deferred payments will have been made at that time. for The Wise Turkey Makes Tracks Glass Coal Five Blue Point Shells. Standard and Select Oysters. Red Snapper. Fresh Mackerel. Fresh Salmon. Fresh Halibut. Fresh Crabs. Home Grown and Eastern Turkeys also Geese. Tomatoes. Cucumbers. Celery. Head Lettuce. I Parsley. Fruit of Every Description. Table Nuts and New Raisins. Shelled Black Walnuts. Shelled Hickory. Shelled Pecans. Shelled Brazils. Shelled Filberts. Boiled Cider. New Citron. Orange and Lemon Peel. New Edam Cheese. New Camambert. New Maple Leaf Cheese. Fresh Invoice of Italian Olive Oil. about Thanksgiving tinu*. You can't fool him with extra corn and a nice warm coop. He knows lie would have to pay for it some way. You Will be Wise to Buy Lumber and Building Material where the lure of "below cost" prices is not held out to you. Come here and meet keen minded buyers •who always know where to get the most real value for their money. Lowest price—any size or quantity. GLAZING promptly iititl accurately done. Get your coal now. Fill vour bins before bad weather comes. We have ANTHRACIT E in nut size. HOCKING VALLEY. LIGNITE the best grades. Let us supply you from our well stocked yards NOW. REMEMBER—Coal of kinds Hiid Don't put it off weight? Ltuaranteed do it now. -phone 77 today H. C. Rhud Lumber Company