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Friday, Mawh 24, 1«1. HELP WANTED—MALE. WANTED—A man and team for a years work on lease plan. Man fa miliar with mining preferred. Ad dress J. K. Doran, Bismarck. WANTED—Messenger boy at west ern Union. WANTED—First clsss night cook. Apply to Coonen's Cafe. WANTED—Linotype operator, com petent to handle English and Ger man jcomposUfion. Address, Ger man-American Publishing Co., Rug by, N. D. HELP WANTED—FEMALE. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral house work. Inquire of Mrs. Paul E. Johnson. Phone 49g. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Mrs. H. L. Berndt. 104 Ave A. Phone 351R, WANTED—Competent girl for gener al house work. Mrs. W. H. Win chester, 824 4th street. WANTED—At once, waitress at the Grand Pacific hotel. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. 416 Thayer St. WANTED—Apprentice girls to learn the millinery business. A. W. Lucas Co. WANTED—Girls, who want positions in good homes, to read the "Help Wanted—Female," ad column reg ularly. SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED—Experienced varnish and paint salesmen, salary or commis sion. Only first-class salesmen need apply. Address Box 32 care Tribune. =p"6SrTl6N8~WANTED—MALE. WANTED—To run a steam break ing enging. Fifteen years experi ence in Traction engine. H. W. Voigt, Herreid, S.- D. P. O. Box, B, 293. FOR RENT—HOU8Eg. FOR RENT House of four rooms. Geo. M. Register. FOR SALE—HOUSE8. FOR 8ALE—Five good big building lots, only 4 1-2 blocks from postof fice very low in price can sell on easy payments at $350 per .lot, but will give 10 per cent cash discount A good purchase, either for specu lation or for immediate use. F. E. Young. .. FOR 8ALE—A large house, modern in every way. Fine grounds. Cen trally located. Address "House" Tribupne. DRESSMAKING. DRESSMAKING and plain sewing. Phone 519. WANTED Dressmaking, children's sewing, harewitches and chains, at 203, corner 3rd and Broadway. WANTED ROOM. WANTED—Two or three unfurnished rooms for light housekeeping, mod ern house preferred. Address L. L. \V., in care of Tribune. Young America's English. "What Is the most incorrect sentence any of your children ever get off?" asked a Glenwood schoolteacher re cently at the Schoolmen's club. "One of mine got this off not long ago," responded a yonng man who teaches at the Robert Morris school. «It ain't hlsn like, bnt youni.'" "My best," said another teacher, "ran something like this: 'Rare roust beef Is meat what there uin't none what's any underdunner.'" The best one of the afternoon was famished by Germantown, teacher. N dTertlMmanU under this bead will be Inserted for ONE CENT A WORT, first Insertion (ONB HAI^CENTA^ORDeach^bSJuSt Insertion. ONUT WHEN PAID CASH IN ADVANCE.) No pub Hftation for less than 26c. Cash mult accompany oat of town orders. AaerUseS»t5rtnttesHolumns having totters or numbers MUST be answered through corres pondence. Cannot guarantee acuracy on Phone ads. Don't be Satisfied with Half-enough Lodgers—Advertise FOR RENT—R00M8. FOR RENT—Pleasant, modern furn ished room, centrally located rate reasonable. 406 Third street, or phone 502R. FOR RENT—Desirable room in mod ern home suitable for young man. Phone 444R. FOR RENT—Two suites of front rooms. Inquire at Hare block. FOR RENT—Large, nicely furnished room in modern house. 622 Eighth street. Phone 367R. FOR RENT—Modern room for gen tleman, with or without board. 808 Broadway. FOR RENT Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place, 212 3rd St. Phone 122. By paying for your want ad In advance, yon save prac tically half the cost as we prefer to give you is special rate a than to spend it in book-keeping. Read classified heading carefully. PayCash'• SaveHalf FOR RENT—Large, furnished room, suitable for two, at 307 Seventh St. FOR RENT—furnished room in mod era house. 400 Fourth street. FOR RENT—Rooms in Dakota block. Phone 303. FOR RENT—Furnished room, modern conveniences one block from court house. 400 Seventh street, phone 363. FOR RENT—Modern rooms and board at Dunraven Place. 212 3rd sL phone 122. FOR RENT—Large south roon in modern houre—all conveniences. 2.50 a week. Phone 398L. FOR RENT—Large modern furnished room. Phone 322 or call 422 Third St. FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod em house, with or without board. J. Welch, 311 4th St. Phone 325. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—A few desirable city lots. Part cash, part time. J. S. Knauss. FOR RENT—The Tully farm, nw 1-4 28-139-79 32 acres under cultiva tion. Apply 1200 Broadway. FOR SALE—80 acres of land adjoin ing Bismarck. Look around the city and see what you can buy at less than $100 to $200 per acre. I offer my 80 acres at $65 per acre with easy terms of payment. J. S. Knauss. •Here is one." he said, "which has the old classic, 'He seen bis duty and done it noble,' beaten forty ways: 'Lewten nont Grant beam the enemy in his bed, i.ut he snuck up on him and killed him without known' who, where or what be was.'"—St. Taul Dispatcb. Hit Hard. "I flatter myself I've made a hit with this song. Er-by the way, who was the gentleman that was moved to tears and went out?" "That was the composer."—London Tatler. THE WHOLE FAMILY The interest of the entire family in hundreds of homes is centered upon the WANT AD columns of the Tribune every day. The Tribune Want Ads furnish the neces sary information to men and women every where who make money by taking advantage of the bargains offered. TRIBUNE WANT ADS area complete al phabetical catalogue of all bargains offered in Bismarck. PHONES 32 AND 1 3 MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—China closet, sideboard, dressers, bed, dining table, pictures. Mrs. J. Gribbins, 404 Second street. ROOMING HOU8E PROPOSITION— Call on Perry. FOR 8ALE Kitchen cabinet, two bureaus, kitchen utensils and two center tables. Phone 277. Mrs. Couch. Call afternoons at 310 Sev enth st. FOR SALE—Watches and diamonds cheaper than you could buy at wholesale. J. S. Knauss, Pawnbrok er. WANTED—To hire 50 or 100 acres of land broken and seeded to flax. Will furnish the seed. J. S. Knauss, Bis marck. FOR RENT—Section Seven, North of McKenzie. 400 acres broke. Also several small houses in Bismarck for sale. A. D. Cordner, 418 First street, Bismarck, N. D. AUTOMOBILE—30 horse power new machine, 2 seats, run less than 500 miles. Terms right. Address "Au tomobile," Tribune. FOR SALE—Three horses, new wag on, double and single harness and single buggy. Phone 303. Time will be given on approved security. HOMESTEADS Relinquishments in Standing Rock and Cheyenne River reservations, within few miles of good railroad towns, $250 up. Hur ry they are going fast. Write. W. E. Coats, Firesteel, S. Dak. FOR SALE—Scholarship in any line of study with the International Correspondence Schools of Scran ton, Pa. Cant use it, will make at tractive rate for cash. Address S. C. B., care of Tribune. FOR SALE—Golden oak buffet.. 223 Second stret. FOR SALE—One five-drawer latest model National Cash Register, in good order used less than one year, at twenty per cent less than cost easy terms. Mott Supply Com pany, Mott, N. P. FOR SALE—Eggs for hatching, from thorough-bred poultry Crystal White Orpingtons, S. C. Rhode Isl and Reds, S. C. Brown Leghorns, Rose Comb also Mallard duck eggs. Stock: 1 Rhode Island Red cockerel. 2 R. C. Browa Leghorn cockerels. Book your orders early, as we will have only a limited amount for sale. Write or call at A. F. Marquetts residence, Bismarck, N. D. PIANO BARGAINS Two slightly used pianos at bargain prices. New ones at great reduction. $20 cash, balance $10 a month. Paul E. John son's Store, 111 Third street. YOUR COMBINGS made into switches and puffs, $1.50 and $°.00 artistic work mail orders given prompt at tention. Mansfield's Hair Shop, Holman-Gerdes Bldg., Minneapolis. PRESENCE OF MIND. The Earl Kept His Htad, and the Highwayman Lest His. In "Sporting Days and Sporting Ways" Ralph Nevill relates two inci dents of the early nineteenth century In which English highwaymen figure: "In August. 1819. Lady Stanley, traveling from York accompanied by her servant, was stopped by a high wayman, when the maid in her alarm took np a bottle of ginger beer, and the cork flying out made such a report that the highwayman instantly gallop ed off in great alarm." Lord Berkeley's encounter with one sf the famous "gentlemen of the road" had more serious consequences: "Belrig driven over Hounslow Heath he was awakened from sleep by his coach being brought to a standstill and a threatening face looking in at the window. 1 have you at last, my lord.' said a gruff voice, 'though you said you would never yield to a robber. Deliver!' 'Certainly,' was the earl's reply, 'bnt tell me first who is that looking over your shouldes? "The highwayman turned his bead to look and at the same moment Lord Berkeley shot him through the head dead." Out"©? His Class. Dissatisfied Patron—Gentle disposi tion! Why, he wants to bite the head off every dog be meets. I've been swindled! Dog Merchant—You didn't ought to keep dogs at all. mister. Tbe animals yon ought to keep wiv your temperament Is silkworms!—London Punch. Strict Golf. "You mustn't touch the ball. Use stick." "How am 1 going to get it out of mndhole with a stick? Caddy, go ov to the clubhouse and borrow a pair of tongs."—Pittsburg Post BISMARCK DAILY TMBUH1 PROP08AL8 FOR BIDS FOR 8ALE OP SEED GRAIN B0ND8. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of county auditor of Ad ams county, North Dakota, in the court house in the village of Het tinger in said county and state, up to the hour of 2 o'clock p. m., March 27th, 1911, for the sale of Adams county seed grain bonds in pursuance to chapter 210 of the session laws of the state of North Dakota for the year 1909. entitled an act authorizing counties to issue bonds or warrants to procure seed grain for needy farm ers residing therein. Said: bonds will be in denominations of five hundred dollars ($500) due in two years from date of issue and will bear interest at the rate of not to exceed 7 per cent per annum. The board of county commissioners have authorized bonds to be issued to the amount of twenty five thousand dollars ($25,000) but only so much of said bond issue will be sold as shall be necessary to pro vide funds for the seed grain appli cations acted upon and allowed at, and prior to the date of the sale of said bonds. There will be at least twenty thousand dollars ($20,000) of the said bonds issued sold. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check of one thousand dollars ($1,000), made payable to the chairman of the board of county commissioners as a guarantee io furnish the cash for the bonds sold. The board of county commission ers reserves the right to reject any or all bids, Dated at Hettinger, North Dakota, thia 15th day of March, 1911. (Seal.) WALTER F. KELLEY County Auditor, Adams County, N. D. PROPOSAL FOR BIDS FOR SALE OF SEED GRAIN BONDS. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the County Auditor of Emmons County, North Dakota, In the court house in the village of Linton, in said county and state, up to the hour of two o'clock p. m„ March 28th, 1911, for the sale of Emmons County seed grain bonds, in pursuance to Chapter 210 of the Laws of North Da kota for 1909, entitled an act author izing counties to issue bonds or war rants to procure seed grain for needy farmers resident therein. Said bonds will be in denominations of five hun dred dollars ($500.00) each, due in two years from date of issue, and will bear interest at "the rate of seven per cent per annum. The Board of County Commission ers have authorized bonds to be issued to the amount of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00), but only so much of said bond issue will be sold as shall be necessary to provide funds for the seed grain applications acted upon and allowed at and prior to the date of said bonds. There will be issued at least $15,000 of said bond issue sold. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check for $500.00 made payable to the chairman of the Board of County Com missioners as a guarantee to furnish the cash for the bonds sold. The Board of County Commission ers reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Dated at Linton, N. D., this 15th day or March, A. D. 1911. JOHN R. SNYDER, County Auditor, Emmons County, N. D. NOTICE'OF CITY ELECTION. Notice is hereby given that there will be held a regular city election in the city of Bismarck, North Dakota, on Tuesday, April 4th, 1911, for the purpose of electing two members of the board of city commissioners, a police magistrate and a city justice of the peace. The board of city commissioners has named the following polling places for the respective wards of the city: First Ward: High school building. Second Ward: LaLone's Paint ahop, Boyle building, on Fourth St., north of Grand Pacific hotel. Third Ward: Residence of M. A. Edberg, 801 Seventh street. Fourth Ward: Robidou building, southwest corner of Front and Sixth streets Fifth Ward: City Hall, north side of Main street, between Third and Fourth streets, over French & Welch hardware store. Sixth Ward: Jones' Paint shop, east side of Seventh street, north of Broadway. The polls will tpen at 8 o'clock in the morning and will remain open un til 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Dated at Biamarck, North Dakota, this 14th day of March, A. D., 1911. 'City Seal.) F. E. YOUNG, City Auditor. ADVERTI ED LIST. For the week ending March 18, 1911. Abercrombie, H. Bums, Mrs. E. (2). Bond, George. Brown, Henry. Baldwih, Mrs. W. P. Cones, Charles. Crasoltz, Mrs. L. S. Cooper, Mrs. L. C. Cokpa, Miss Julia. Dickerson, Miss Dolores. Dahleu, B. M. Erickson, W. C. Ford, Michael. Hurst, Dr. D. W. Hall, Richard. Jones, Chas. McCarty, Charles. Mannifin, Jas. Morari, Mike. Nilson, Axel. Norton, Debitt. Powell, Jesse. Rask, J. M. Roney, T. Stamper, Acy. Smythe, Louis. Sterling, Miss Babe. The above list will be held two weeks, after which it will be sent to the dead letter office. Agatha G. Patterson, P. M. Watch Bismarck Grow. PROP08AL8 OP SEED GRAIN BOND8.. Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the county auditor of Renville county, N. Dak., in the court house in the city of Mohall, in the said county and state, up to the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m. April 4, 1911, for the sale of Renville County Seed Grain Bonds in pursuance to Chapter 210 of the Session Laws of the state of North Dakota for 1909, entitled "An act authorizing counties to issue bonds or warrants to procure seed and grain for needy farmers, residents therein." Said bonds will be In denominations of five hundred dollars ($500.00) due in two years from date of issue, and will bear interest not to exceed the rate of seven per cent per annum. The board of county commissioners have authorized bonds to be issued to the amount of forty thousand dollars ($40,000.00) but only so much of said bond issue will be sold as shall be necessary to provide funds for the seed grain applications acted upon and allowed at and prior to the date of the sale of said bonds. There will be at least twenty-five thousand dollars ($25,000.00) of the said bond issue sold. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check of one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) made payable to the chairman of the board of county commissioners, as a guaran tee to furnish the cash for bonds sold. The board of county commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Mohall, N. Dak., this 20th day of March, A. D. 1911. PETER CARLSON. Auditor, Renville County, N. Dak. CITY AUDITOR'S NOTICE. I hereby certify that the following petitions nominating the following named people for the offices named and to be voted on at the regular city election to be held in the city of Bis marck. North Dakota, on Tuesday, April 4, 1911, have been filed in my office: For member of the board of city commissioners: S. S. Clifford, Henry Tatley, Edw. G. Patterson, John C. Pollock, A. F. Marquett, Wm. E. Lahr, N. A. Freeberg. For police magistrate: E. S. Pierce. W. S. Casselman. For city justice of the peace: No petitions of nomination have been filed. F. E. YOUNG. City Auditor. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 22nd day of March, A. D. 1911. DRUGS OF ANTIQUITY. The Doses That Mankind Swallowed Thousands of Years Ago. lt is admitted that the oldest medical work known is the Ebers papyrus, discovered by Gcorg Ebers in his Journey to Egypt in 1872-3. It is a scroll tweuty yards long and a foot wide and bus been studied und trans lated by Vou Oefele uud reviewed by Von Lippmaun. It was written about 1550 B. though some of tbe mate rial of which it is compilation dates back to about 3700 B. C. Tbe medical substances mentioned Include copper—once more costly than gold and silver—lead. Iron, antimony, carbon, sulphur, salt, soda, gypsum and other minerals milk, fats from many animals, wax, and tbe born, blood and other portions of domestic and wild animals castor und othei oils, honey, raisins, grapes, figs, dates, wiue, beer, liueu. flax, luuolin, papyrus, numerous resins, caraway, fennel, dill, meliot, watercress, peppermint, cori ander, lettuce, endive, absinth, pome granate, calamus, aloes, safllower. crocus, indigo, henbane, mandrake, opium and other plants and vegetable products. In preparing drugs solids were grat ed or powdered in a stone mortar. There were many processes of treating them, such as roasting, baking, press ing, steeping, warming, boiling in vari ous substances, macerating with lye. evaporating and fermenting with yeast. Liquids were filtered and clarified. Some recipes contain two or three In gredients, but others have as many as thirty-seven materials. GIBRALTAR. The "Key of the Mediterranean" Has Had a Stormy History. England has been in possession of •he rocky promontory of Gibraltar since 1704. From th.it time to this it has been a crown colony under tbe ad ministration of a governor. By reason of its important strategical position It Is called the "key of the Mediterra nean." Gibraltar has had a stormy history. In 711 the rock was taken by the Arab chief Tarik, who called it Jebel-al Tarlk (Hill of Tarik) and built a for tress on the promontory. Part of these rains are still extant. In 1309 It was taken by the Castllians, only to be re captured by the Moors in 1333. It was held by them until 1462. Following the taking and sacking of Gibraltar In 1540 by Rarlmrosso. extensive military works were built there by order of Charles V. In 1704 the promontory was cap tured by a combined force under Sir George Rooke and the Prince of Hesse Darmstadt, fighting for tbe Archduke Charles of Austria. Tbe moment it fell into their hands tbe British admiral threw off the alliance with the Aus trians and took complete possession of the works. British possession since that time has been unbroken, although it was under a Spanish siege for nearly threi years and eight months, beginning In 1770. Twice the garrison was on the point of falling because of the starva tion of its defenders'. A Leading Question. "Mr. Wombat?" "What is it. Tommy?" "When you were a little boy and fel lers called on your sister, did they ever give you a nickel to go out and play?" IN THE Lodge? Room MASONIC. BISMARCK LODGE, No. 5, A. F. & A. M. Meets first and third Mon days in each month at Masonic hall. A. P. Lenhart, W. J. A. Graham, secretary. TANCRED COMMANDRY NO. 1. Burt Finney, E. G. W. Wolbert, corder regular meeting first and third Thursday of each month. O. E. S. BISMARCK CHAPTER, No. 11, meets first and third Fridays in each month at Masonic hall. Mrs. Grace French, W. M. Mrs. Gertrude Mil ler, secretary. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. ST. ELMO LODGE, No. 4. Meets each Wednesday evening at K. P. hall. E. ^M. Thompson, C. L. Thompson, K. of R. & S. PYTHI AN~si8TE RS. LINCOLN TEMPLE, No. 9. Meets second and fourth Thursdays each month at K. P. hall. Mrs. C. L. Vigress, M. E. C, Mrs. Nellie Ev arts, M. of R. & C. L. O. O. M. BISMARCK LODGE NO. 14.—Loyal Order of Moose. Regular meetings every first and third Monday even ings of each month. Charles Fish er, dictator S. E. Register, secre. tary. Visiting members welcome. M. W. A. BISMARCK CAMP, No. 1164. M. W A. Meets tie second and fourth Tuesdays in each month. Luther Hook, V. W. F. Jones Clerk. YFOMEN. A FRATERNAL, LIKE AN ACG1-Judson dent insurance organization. Meets the fourth Tuesday in each month in the K. P. hill. J. M. Belk, foreman Elsie McDonald, master of accounts Elizabeth Belk. cor respondent. I. O. O. F. CAPITAL CITY LODGE No. 2. Meets every Thursday evening at Odd Fel lows hall. John Yegen, N. G. O. H. Benson, V. G. A. H. Scharnow ske, secretary F. Siems, treas er. REBEKAH8. NICHOLSON LODGE, No. 40. Meets the first and third Wednesdays In each month in Odd Fellows hall. Rebecca Will, N. G. Mrs. Nellie Evarts, secretary. M. B. A. M. B. A. Meets second and fourth Wednesday of month at Odd Fel. lews hall. Grant Marsh, president George A. LaLone. secretr.ry. ST. CLEMEN8 COURT, 747. CATHOLIC ORDER OF FOREST ers. Meets every second Monday at 8 p. m., and every fourth Sun day at 2 p. m. All visiting mem bers invited. Paul Brown, C. R. Anton Beer, R. S. COMMERCIAL CLUB. COMMERCIAL CLUB OF BISMARCK Regular meeting of club member ship the first Tuesday in each month regular meeting of board of directors the first Friday of each month, at Commercial club rooms, Third street. F. L. Conklin, presi dent A. B. Welch, secretary. LABOR UNIONS. UNITED BROTHERHOOD O? CAR penters and Joiners, No. 1118. Meets every Thursday evening at Kuntz's hall. All brothers cordi. ally invited to meet with us. C. B. French, president John Danrot, treasurer W. G. Gorsuch, secretary. Fred Anderson, financial secretary. TYPOGRAPHICAL UNION NO. 140. Meets first Sunday in each month at 3 p. m. Gus Syvertson, presi dent H. C. Hines, secretary. HOMESTEADERS. CAPITAL CITY HOMESTEAD, No. 300. Meets second and fourth Fri days of the month at I. O. O. F. hall at. 8 p. m. John. A. Larvau, president J. C. Whitted, secretary. A. O. U. W. BISMARCK LODGE, No. 120. Meets the first and third Tuesdays at Baker Hall at 8 o'clock. C. T. Wyncoop, M. W. Bradley C. Marks, recorder. G. A. R. JAMES B. MJPHERSON POST, No. 2, Department of North Dakota Grand Army of the Republic. Meets at fieir rooms in the Armory on the tecond and fourth Thursdays of ci^h month. John W. Millett, coniminder A. D. Cordner, adju tant MACCABEES. K. O. T. M. Meets every first and tnird Thursday of each month at 8 o'clock p. m., at I. O. O. F. hall. Visiting members cordially invited D. C. Ramp, commander Erick Erickson, record keeper. I. O. OF F. COUnT BISMARCK, No. 887. Meets every fourth Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows hall. John Ycgen, C. R. It. D. Hoskins, R. S. I. \V. Healy, r. S. ELKS. B. P. O. E. No. 1199 meet at Elks' hall first and third Fridays of the month. Visiting brothers welcome. F. \V. Evans, E. R. Carl Peterson, feoretary. Tribune Want Ads Pay Railway Time Tabid NORTHERN PACIFIC. WESTBOUND. Central Fargo Hapleton Casselton Wheatland Valley City Jamestown Mandan Judson New Salem Sims Almont Glenullen Hebron Richardton Taylor Gladstone Dickinson Dickinson Beach Glendive Glendive I Time am St. Paul Minneapolis Jamestown Ar. Minneapolis 8 30 3 45 4 05 4 20 4 25 5 10 6 45 6 15 am IS 0 49 .Lv. 11 oo 85 10 SO 11 00 am 6 67 Medina Dan-son Steele Driscoll Sterling McKenzie Burleigh Bismarck Mandan Ar. Mandan Lv. 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IS 9 41 I N 10 45 11 15 11 41 10 10 4T 11 11 I am 12 45 11 60 I 1 3 01 Ar'.C Bismarck Kurleigh McKenzie 8 20| Mandan Ar. 1 45 18 41 "Mountain" time west—one hour earlier thas "Central" time. 1 pm 6 20 7 30 7 43 a 9 80 9 30 9 45 am 8 46 2 55 S 10 I 1 41 1 51 8 IS S 48 8 61 8 10 3 SS S 41 4 Oft 4 41 5 66 6 10 7 SI 8 41 8 61 9 17 8 39 am pm 8 57 pm 9 60 10 00 am 9 79 pm 5 00 5 30 18 57 am 7 80 7 65 9 60 am 7 10 7 40 LINTON BRANCH. pm Mixed Except Sunday. am 11 00 10 1ft 4ft 9 SI .Ar Moffit Bessoba Hazclton SO 8 SO 7 41 7 Brofy .I.*' B1SMARCKMOTT BRANCH. Leave Monday Arrive Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday and Friday. Saturday. a 7 15 Bismarck 80 7 00 Mandan 6 00 7 05 Junction 4 69 7 25 Jennie 7 45 Srhmidt ... 8 15 Nineteen 8 50 Gwyther 9 15 Cannon Ball Jc. 0 30 Cannon Ball 10 85 10 55 11 10 11 40 ni 12 3D 4 30 4 10 3 45 8 10 3 39 2 85 Solen 1 SS Parkin 1 05 Tiramer 12 5" Gall IS to Flasher 12 a 1 0 5 Lark 10 80 1 25 Louse Creek 10 10 2 on Carson 9 46 2 25 Lawther 9 Si. 3 oo Shanle/ 8 5i 3 25 New Leipzig 8 80 3 45 Birdsell 8 00 4 15 Burt 7 80 5 on Mott 7 00 Mixed train and le-vves Bismarck Monday, Wednesday and Fri" -y and leaves Mott on Tuesday. Thursday id Saturday. SOO LINE KAST HOUND. a Leave Uismarck Arrive Itraddock Wishrk 15 in 40 ni 45 a in 40 a in 00 a ni 00 a ni 56 a 55 a 50 a 30 a 40 Ashley Pollock Kulm in .C. M. & St. P. Crsg.. Oakes Mankinson in I a in Olenwood a Ar Minneapolis Lv N O BOUND. a in Lv Uismarck Ar a in Wilton a ni Washburn a ni Underwood a Garrison a Max 00 50 ni 10 35 45 45 a ni 10 a 25 a 15 a 19 a 35 a 28 a 45 a 50 15 a 50 42 30 23 15 a Douglass .. ni Ryder in Plaza Dogden ni Drake Vclva Minot Portal I larvcy a ... Carrington ... Valley City Knderlin in. Fairmount a Ar Minneapolis Lv Clever men. With a sigh she laIt! down the maga zine article upon Daniel O'Connell. "The day of great men." iche said, "is gone forever." "But the iy of be?utit 11 women Is not," he responded. She smiled and blushed. "I was only Joking." she explained hurriedly.— Western Christian Advocate. Didn't Need It. A book canvasser v.cr.t into a bar ber shop and asked the proprietor if he could sell him an encyclopedia. "What's tliat?" asked the barber. "It's a book tb:it contains informa tion on evety subject in the vorld." There was a victim in the chair, and he nut in feebly, "He doesn't need it!"