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Play Ball The ball season is here. Our line is on display and we can surely suit you if you want anything in the way of abase ball, a bat, a glove, a mit or anything else. See our window display, a few items shown there. HOSKINS Tribune Block Bismarck N. Dak. Coming Events April 4—City Election. May 17—State Spelling Con test. May 17—Annual Meeting of County Superintendent's As sociation. May 18—Annual Meeting of County Superintendent's As sociation. June 13—Catholic Order of Foresters, State Convention. July, 1911—North Dakota Inde pendent Telephone Assocla tion. 0++*+0+W*W++0+O+0+*+W+++++++++*i THE CITY CAR LOAD OF FORDS. The Bismarck Implement company has received a car load, of new, 1911 Ford automobiles. They are going to handle this popular machine (this sea son and anticipate a splendid busi-been ness. REPAIRING BUILDING. A force of carpenters has been busy the past two days starting on the re pair work on the McGowan building recently damaged by fire. The store room occupied by the Gunderson Tai loring company will be in readiness for occupancy within a short time. RETURNED FROM ST. PAUL. Mrs. A. P. Lenhart was an arrival in the Capital City Thursday evening. She has been visiting at St. Paul and Glenwood, and other Minnesota points and has been away for the past three weeks. SEVEN PROOFS. There were seven proofs received at the United States land office at Bis marck Thursday, of which two were taken by the local clerks. Commuta tion proof was made by J. P. Peder son of Mandan. and five year proof was made by John M. Lein of Lein. WILL HAVE CARD PARTY. The members of the local lodge of the Homesteaders have arranged for a card party and .social entertain ment to which all members and their families are invited. The party will be held in Baker's hall and a good time is promised to all who attend. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14age days or money refunded. 50c. Being so closely in touch with the farmers, the prosperity of the Inter national depends to a large extent upon the prosperity of the agricul turists. When the farmers have a good crop, and prosper, so also does the International prosper. So it is to the interest of the company to help the farmer to secure a good crop and make a success of his farming. THIS EVENINGS SPECIAL GIGANTIC PICTURE OFFERING 12 16 inch glass 7-8 inch satin finish, reeded moulding. Select assortment of Lee's full size landscape subjects. On sale at 7:00 o'clock ^Cr» this evening. Each Open evenings until 9:30. Last delivery at 5:00 p. m. To aid the farmers in their work the International Harvester company has established an information bureau, which will furnish information to the farmers free of charge on any topic of vital interest to him. Trained experts and specialists are employed by the home office men who are thorough ly familiar with all of the Important problems of farm work, and they are willing to help out the farmers a3 much as they can and aid them to secure the largest possible crop. The Bismarck General agency of the International Harvester company has quartered in its new general agency building for about three months. This magnificent new struc ture, a likeness of which is herewith reproduced, would be a credit to a city many times larger than the Capital City of North Dakota. Rearing its stately walls in the western section of the city, it is one of the first sights which greets the traveler's from the west, and to say the least it is a splendid advertisement for Bismarck, and the entire western section of the state, that the International Harves ter company placed enough -faith in the future of the Slope country to con struct such a splendid building at this point. The new general agency building was erected at a cost approximating $100,000, and the work of construction was performed under the supervision of the Northern Construction and En gineering Company of Grand Forks. Mr. Thomas Berge, president of the Northern Construction company, spent a great deal of his time in Bismarck while the building was being erected, and gave it his personal supervision. Thomas Fitch, of Chicago, -assistant superintendent of construction of the International Harvester company, was also in the city a greater part of the time, to look after the construction work. McCONKEY & SONified WHERE VOUR DOLLAR C0ES rARTHEST Phone 209 12 0 Sixth St. BISMARCK'S LEAVING INDUSTRIES INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF AMERICA. .... +, & ,,•_ "Considering the unfavorable condi tions following last year's poor crop," said General Agent R. C. Battey, of the local agency of the International Harvester Company of America, to a representative of the Tribune, "busi ness so far this spring has far ex-and ceeded expectations. With a favor- of this agency." The present time marks prac tically the commencement of theout busy season of the Internation al Harvester company for 1911which which will continue until after the first of September. During the past I few days there have been shipped out over all of the vast territory, supplied by the Capital City branch, drills, harrows, traction engines, and other farm machinery for use during seeding time. Later on the ship ments will comprise principally hay ing tools, such as mowers and rakes. These will be followed by the har vest goods, binders, headers and bin der twine. To close the season, the shipment will consist for the most part of threshing machinery. Thus the busy season speeds on, in com plete harmony with the work on the farms of this state. From seeding time to harvest the International, through its agents, keeps in con stant touch with the needs and wants of the farmers, and it endeavors to supply their demands, for anything in farm machinery. The building is ninety feet long by ninety-eight feet wide, and is four stories in height with a large base ment. To the rear is built a one-Pro-Cathedral. story addition which is used for stor aud for traction engines. A spur track has been run from the main 1 .„- ., line to the Northern Pacific on theand west side of the building and a large shipping platform has been con structed for the purpose of loading and unloading cars. The building faces Mandan Avenue Main street. It is constructed of Menominee pressed brick and white able season later on, we will almost I Bedford cut stone is used on theused double any prior years's business out, Main street and Mandan Avenue fronts, giving the structure a very im posing appearance. It is built through of slow burning, mill constructed matterial. It has laminated floors, are constructed of six inches of solid fir and a one.inch thickness of maple making a total thickness of seven inches. A high speed freight elevator has been installed. The elevator and stairs are enclosed in solid brick walls, with automatic Are doors. The building is furnished with complete fire equipment, a stand pipe and hose on every floor. The plumbing is the most modern and up to-date in every respect. As one steps through the hand some entrance and ascends the stair way, he enters the offices on the sec ond floor. A large waiting room for customers opens from the hall. To the right is the general agent's offi ce, opening off of which is the office of the assistant general agent. Di rectly opposite the doorway is the cashier's desk, enclosed by a hand some oak partitions, with glass pen els. To the left is a large sample room, where various machines of in terest to farmers that are handled by the company, are on display. The office rooms themselves are all W Funerals LEO ACHTER. The funeral of Leo, the 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Achter of 316 Eighth street, was held at 9 o'clock this morning from St. Mary's The little boy was kill- sympathy of the community is extend'! ed to the bereaved parents. I day afternoon for Beach, where he ItT^? T* will attend the convention of the Mis- souri Slope Teachers association, be S fore which body he is on the pro- *?h£°LJ z* 5 gram to deliver an address. The con- °l±,™dJtl vention will be in session Friday and famSea* S W Saturdav VACATION STARTS TODAY. I slons will be resumed again on Mon- pupils will have an occasion to get -. S O You have asked yourself, "Why does the man next to me advance?" You think you work as hard as he and you do. You earn as much too. Good, so far, but you SPEND MORE. There's the difference. Overcome the differ ence with a savings account with The City National Bank of Bismarck. BBMABOK DAILY TBIBTntl arranged so as to insure th^ most ex pedition* method of handling tSe cler ical worf. Opening off the bookkeep ers' room are two large compartments, one for the vast amount of advertis ing matter which is constantly sent out from Bismarck, and the other to store the various kinds of stationery office supplies. At the north end of the room is a large Are proof vault. A roomy cloak room for the use ofb.-anch. the employes adojins the advertising storage room. In the rear is a large stenographer's room, well, lighted and well "ventilated.. The third floor of, the building is for storage while the fourth floor is devoted to the repair department. Descending to the first floor, there are located thereon another large storage room and the shipping de partment, while the basement is also for storage purposes. General Agency Building of the International Harvester Company of America, at Bismarck, North Dakota. Few residents of the Capital City realize the large number of people employed by the general agency of the International Harvester company at Bismarck. During the year there are between thirty and thirty-live people employed regularly and during the busy season this number is increased so that it oftimes totals over one hundred. R. C. Battey, formerly of Minot, is the local agent, and his assistant is P. R. Fields who came to Bismarck recently from Aberdeen. A Hendrix is the cashier, and R. E. Finkle is as sistant cashier and bookkeeper. O. H. Benson is credit man. These men, together with the stenographers, com prise the office force. It is the men on the road who bring in the business, and there are fifteen of them. J. W. Fulcher is the special salesman, having general supervision over the work of the boys on the road. There are four blockmen employed by the Bismarck general agency, each of them having a block of territory I I I I 1 I PATRONSVISITED THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS GERMAN ENTERTAINMENT AT PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH TONIGHT. ed Thursday afternoon by falling be- Many Parents Visited the Will High neath the wheels of a dray on which -u««i a =-. .. he was trying to catch a ride. The 8 0 Bu "°'"0« Friday and Exam- inet' of Students. Today was Patron's Day of the Bis- LEFT FOR CONVENTION. marck public schools, in addition to County Supt. of Schools C. L. Vig- b„eing ness departed on delayed No. 3 Tours- °a *He„nCOm^enCe Iast day of school prior the S in large P?*env8 8.l »5 .tf V*""" J*Z a and, a 3 Thi!s !nspect!d l,he year* were on display. evening at thn Presbyterian a ca day April 3, and in the interim theb g,ven entertainment ... given by the German students, un-( At the close of school this after- directions of Miss Brenneke, noon the spring vacation of the Bis- thr German teacher. This will con marck public school commences. Ses- is of a a recl tations, and musl- selections. The dialogues will in (**,„»„ a to a of am a rest before rounding into the home an illustrated talk on Germany stretch of the school year. and scenes will be shown of Germany NICE Qunwimr followed other Eureopean countries. A ,„ -small admission will be charged to Of spring and summer millinery with defray the necessary expenses and a pleasing variety or stylish hats, es- a ny money that is left over will be pecialy suitable for street wear, devoted to the purchaser of German Watc for opening later NEILSEN CO. MILLINERY STORE. MOVE UP PLEASE. NOTICE OF CANDIDACY. I hereby announce myself as a can didate at the coming city election, on April 4th, 1911, for the office of police magistrate, and respectfully solicit the support of all legally qual electors. .. Ministers and laymen from all parts books and supplies fo the schools All members and their friends of the Homesteaders' lodge should not forget the card party at Bakers' hall Friday evening, March 24. The en tertainment committee promises you a splendid time. Mrs. G. Schnecker, Mrs. G. Schnecker, Aug. Martin, J. I. Whitted, Committee. OPEN AGAIN. Carl Juhnke is again open for shoe repairing with better equipment than ever. I stand upon the platform for a fair I of (he state are attending the Has and impartial adminstration Ofv-alljiett lectures at Grand Forks, which laws and a clean adminUtratlo]bgM£i£(i public, office. of Morningaide college, Morning W. S. CASSELMjST^ffEle, la. given by President Luther Free- of his own to look after. A. B. Dor an is located at Dickinson, J. G. Drum at Miles City, P. H. Thordahl at Bis marck, traveling west, and Frank Swanke at Bismarck, traveling ea 3t. D. C. Mulickr who makes /his head quarters at Bismarck, is -assistant blockman. In addition to the block men there are nine traveling sales men who travel for the Bismarck They'are W. H. Howe, J. B. Cooney, T. M. Souer, R. C. Carroll, G. F. Waggoner, J. H. Peterson, B. B. Bennett, W. A. Brendler and A. C. Clocksin. Frank E. Hageman is the foremen of the repair department and R. W.on Patzmann foreman of the warehouse. In addition to the regular force of men, during the busy season, there are a great many extra employes nec essary, and during the harvesting sea son the company has been obliged to call in more than fifty experts to as-p. sist in setting up machinery and inthere other work. The capacity of the warehouse at Bismarck is 125 carloads of machin ery At the present time there are between thirty-five and forty cars that have been received, and others are ar riving almost daily. It is expected that by April or May the house will be filled to its capacity. WILLPERFECTGREAMERY S & ASSISTANT DAIRY COMMISSION- ER PIERCE LEFT ON NO. 3 THURSDAY. Was Accomppanied on Trip by United States Dairy Inspector, T. B. Merrill Who Will Speak. Amone the west bound nasseneers Amon tn ewes Doun a passengers No. 3 Thursday afternoon was As sistant Dairy Commissioner E. H. Pierce, who was called to Manning,• Dunn county to assist in the perman ent organization. He was accompani-, ed by T. B. Merrill, United States dairy inspector, who wilj work in con junction with the state dairy depart-1 ment during the ensuing few months. The meeting at Manning was calledt for the purpose of perfecting the or-' ganization of the new creamery com-' pany which was organized there.' There will have to be several matters.' arranged for before the company can be incorporated, and the meeting is. also called in order to talk over plans for getting the new establishment started at the earliest possible mo ment. The farmers in that section of the Slope country have taken a great deal of interest in the new industry and it is expected that the new cream ery will prove to be a very profitable investment for the farmers of that locality. WILL ATTENDOPENING OF NEW HOH HOTEL PRESIDENT E. A. WILLIAMS OP CITY COMMISSION TO SPEAK AT BANQUET. President George Welch of Bismarck Commercial Club and Several Oth ers Went Down. This morning on the Mott train President E. A. Williams of the city commission, President Geo. Welch of the Bismarck Commercial club, and several other representative business men of the Capital City, left for Mott to attend the grand opening of the new Hotel Brown. The opening will commence with a banquet which will be served at 9 m., and at which it is expected that will be representatives from all sections of the state. Following the banquet there will be a number of after dinner speeches and Gen. Williams is among the speak ers scheduled on the program. Covers will be laid for 200 and a splendid time is assured by the ho3ts who have been assisted on this oc casion by committees appointed by the Mott Commercial club. Fine Shoes at Less than Cost to Us The recent fire next door filled our building with smoke and water damaging our stock. The insurance men have been here, made a settlement, and we now offer the entire stock at heavy reductions. THE SHOES ARE UNHARMED Only the boxes were wet and smoke stained. The stock is complete in all sizes and styles. We had just opened an entire new line of the celebrated W. L. Douglas shoes. We have also the complete Northern Shoe Co.'s line and other standard makes. STOCK MUST BE SOLO and sale will continue till shelves are clear. This is the one great shoe sale for your footwear heeds this year. Come now be fore sizes me broken. Remember the shoes are positive ly as good as ever, but we've got to stand the loss, so make it your gain. THE LAR8EST MAKER AND RETAILER CARL JUHNKE SHOE STORE FIFTH STREET BISMARCK, R. OAK. Friday, March 24, 1911. he catfse or pimpl«s..Jjol.j aha oth- 0 1 1 TTeruptions. as weN ars"cf.tlvut tired I MII/l I feeling and poor appetite, which are so common in the spring, is impure and Impoverished blood. The best way to purify and enrich the blood, as thousands of people know by experience, is to take Hood's Sarsaparillanotinsistbu Accept no substitute, having H%ood'sv to a liquid tabletsosual known as Sarsatabs.romfor a Electric Supply Shop Call and see us for House Wiring Motor Repairing and Installing. Electrical Repair Work of all kinds. A complete line oflights and accessories. Let us bid on your contract. W. 6. WOODRUFF 210 Main St. Day Phone 64, Night 417J Slattery, Gunn & Co. Wholesale and Retail GROCERIES Dealers in Coal, Wood, Ice and Grain intra and Broadway BISMARCK, N. D. OF NETS FINE SHOES HI THE WORLD.