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Coming Events May 16—Burleigh County Spel ling Contest. 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 Associa tion. OPEN FOR BUSINESS I am again open for business and will ap preciate Suit Pressing and Cleaning both oJd and new cus tomers. You will receive my very best. attention and may be assured all work will be satis factory. Come and See Me ED. GUNDERSO N TAILOR 1st Door South Palladium Office Fifth Street GOO GOOD S At Right Prices LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER, Armours, a sifter top powder cleanser same size and quality of the usual 10c size we sell, each 5c STRICTLY FRESH EGGS, every one is guaranteed, good. FIRST CLASS DAIRY BUT TER, we have a limited sup ply of fine butter you will like. BEST OF APPLES, fine for cooking, eating or anything, per box $2.00 3 LB CAN APPLES a well known brand that brings us more orders from users. 3 lb. can 12c DAWSON CASH GROCER Dakota Block Phone 121 BAKERY AND SHORT ORDER RESTAURANT Light, flaky, crisp bread, baked in a modern oven, fresh daily. Wholesome pies, cakes, roils, doughnuts, etc., of absolute purity. Goods delivered anywhere in the city twice daily. Our meals are the best in the city. A $5.00 meal tick et for $4.50. PEARCE'S RESTAURANT Next Door Bismarck Bank Main St. Bismarck 4 AN8WERING WANT ADS Will keep you up to date—keep you near to the life of the city. *»o4m+*+*+w+*+*0»+»»+»+» wee* THE CITY VISITING NIECE AND SON. Mrs. Jennie Patten recently arrived in the capital city from Marietta, Ohio, and is visiting with her niece, Mrs. S. A. Danford and with her son Wal ter Patten, of this city. RETURNED FROM DICKINSON. Miss Ehythe Marietta has returned to the city from Dickinson where she visited for a tew days, and will remain in Bismarck lor a week or so visiting friends. DOWN FROM WILTON. There were several residents of Wilton who came down to Bismarck Monday afternoon to look after var ious matters of business »njer«Bt Among them were Messrs C. H. Mit chell. J. J. Schmid. A. L. Games. H. C. Otto and F. C. Johnson. BACK TO SCHOOL. Monday evening the north and south Soo trains brought in a large number of the young people from the sur rounding towns who came to Bis marck to catch the N. P. for different towns in the eastern part of the state where they are attending school. IN FROM HEBRON. Prof. W. B. Snyder of the North Da kota experiment station at Hebron was among the arrivals at the state capital Monday evening. The experi ment station at Hebron is doing a great deal of research work which will prove of value to the slope country and the state in general. K."oF P. TO MEET. There will be a regular meeting of St. Elmo lodge No. 4 of at the Pythian Hall Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock There will be five can didates for the first rank. The meet ing will be followed by a banquet. All members are requested to be in at tendance and a cordial invitation is extended to all visiting knights. NEW OIL WAGON. The Marshall Oil Q,Ov, have received a new oil tank wagon to be used in the distribution of .oil to the nearby towns, and for city delivery. This company is opening a local house in Dickinson and another Dakota town is to be supplied soon. The out look at presenfis very bright for 1911 in Dakota, as reported by Mr. Staples, Monday, who was in the city. UP FROM MORTON CO. Among the arrivals in the city Mon day evening on the Bismarck Mott train were Sam Lake of Flasher and Walter Stahl of Fleak. They came up to attend to business matters. Mor tou county as well as the entire slope country is hoping for a good crop this season, and if the hope is realized it will show the rest of the state and in fact all of the northwestern states some new stunts in the line of grow ing and developing. A WRONG INTERPRETATION. As the train left a certain station the following sign was displayed in the buffet car: "So intoxicating Liquors will be Served while the train is Passing through North Dakota." They had been rolling through that interminable state a long time, when the W. C. T. IT. delegate from the Kast came into the car for her din ner. Casting her eye out of the win dow upon a somewhat changed land scape, she remarked to the waiter: "Are we still in North Dakota?' "No, ma'am." answered George, alertly, with a hospitable grin, "what'll you drink, ma'am?" COOK BOOK FREE. The manufacturers of Calumet Bak ing Powder have just prepared anew edition of their handsome Cook Book, and will gladly mail it Free to anyone who sends for it. In writing address the Calumet Baking Powder Co., Chi cago, and ask for Cook Book D. Germs of Disease should be prompt ly expelled from the blood. This is a time when the system is especially susceptible to them. Get rid of all impurities in the blood by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla, and thus fortify your whole body and prevent illness. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS BANANA SAL E NOW ON Prices I5c, 20c & GUSSNER'S PHONE 60 MAIN ST. OTHER HOSriTALCORPS HEN MS TO GO CONSIDERABLE EXCITEMENT AT FORT LINCOLN WHEN" FOUR WENT TO TEXAS. Member* of Detachment Which Have Been Left at Home are Strll Hoping that They Will be Ordered to Front. Welcome news was received at the Post Hospital last evening just before "retreat" when a telegram was re ceived saying that there was four hos pital corpmen was to entrain without delay for the seat of war, at San An tonio, Texas. When the news arriv ed, there was a tickled bunch and the only murmers of dissent was given by the unlucky ones. The men who went were: Sergeant Francis Moore, Private* Fst. CI. Floyd Adams, Private Benjamin Baldwin, Private Wallace Magner. The men that are left at the hospit al now are: Major Louis Bresnimen, Jr., commanding Sergeant 1st Class Joseph Dailey, Cook William Banks, Private 1st Class Eugene Siddell, Pri vate 1st Class Paul Westfall, Private Samuel Cushman. The rest of tbft detachment that are left behind are still holding out hopes that further news will arrive that will send them down there should their services be required. Fort fcincoln, April 4. NORTH A PLENTY GOOD ENOUGH FOR HIM T. M. CASEY OF UNDERWOOD RE- CENTLY RETURNED FROM TRIP TO COAST. Visited Northwestern Canada, Wash ington, Oregon, California and Re turned Through Utah and Colorado. T. M. Casey, the well known real estate dealer of Underwood, was among the arrivals in the capital city Monday evening on the north Soo. Mr. Casey returned to Underwood a week ago after an extended trip through the west, and this was his first visit to Bismarck since his re turn home. Mr. Casey left Underwood the lat ter part of January and went west over the Canadian Pacific. He visited first at Vancouver and Victoria. Thence he went into Washington, stopping at Seattle and Tacoma, then down to Portland. After leaving Port land Mr. Casey went to San Fransic co and from there went to Los Ange les and southern California where he has a brother with whom he visited for three or four weeks. Mr. Casey enjoyed his trip very much but came back to Underwood more firmly convinced than ever that North Dakota is the one land of oppor tunities and for the man with moder ate means to reside. In Canada it rained almost all the time he was there and the residents stated that they had had practically no sunshine for five, weeks. It was also raining at Portland and Frisco during the most of his stay at those two points. Seattle was a city of hustle which is developing rapidly. San Francisco has grown up nicely since the earthquake and a stranger would not know such a vast disaster had ever occurred. Southern California he found balmy, and a splendid climate but it is bet ter adapted to the person who has re tired from active commercial life and has enough money to supply all his needs. Mr. Casey returned via Salt Lake City, Denver, Omaha and the Twin Cities and was glad to get back to North Dakota, the real land of sun shine and of opportunities. WHAT CURE8 ECZEMA? We have had so many inquiries late ly regarding Eczema and Other skin diseases, that we ii© glad to make our answer public. After careful in vestigation we ha found that a sim ple wash of Oil of Wuntergreen, as compounded in ZJ. B. D., can be relied upon. We wou',d not mgke this state ment to our pa:roa friends and neigh bors. Have you overworHed" your nervous sys- .. tern and caused trouble with your kid-' although there are many bC-ealled Ee neys and bladder? Have you pains in zema remedies sold, we, ourselves, on loins, side, back and bladder? Have you hpaltatinelv rponmmpnd Pre a flabby appearance of the face, and un-1 nesitatingiy recommend v. u. u. rre der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass scnptlon urine? If so. Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you—Druggist, Price 50c. WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop*.. Cleveland,Ohio for sale at Adams' Drug Store. unless we were sore ot it—and Because—We know that it gives in stant relief to that torturing I ah. Because D. D. D. starts the care at the foundation of the trouble Because—It cleanses, soothes and heals the skin. Because—It enables Nature to re pair the ravages of disease. Because—The record of ten years of complete cures of thousands of the most serious cases show that D. D. D. is today recognized as the ab solutely reliable Eczema Cure. Drop into our store today, just to talk it over with us. Cowan's Drug Store. WHY NOT YOU? Of the three hundred persons who have savings accounts with this bank, fully three-fourths of them start ed with a deposit of $1.00. Are you amongst them? If not, start an ac count today. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK OF BISMARCK. SEED WHEAT. 25cous,thfor PER OOZES I have a few thousand bushels more of wheat Ann makes Beach fam sale. Also/ choice flax and oats. Frank A. Cousins, Supt, Occident Elevator company, Bismarck, N. D. Office, 208 Rosser street, 'phone 586. PIANO MOVING.- Moving of pianos and household goods a specialty. Wachter Transfer Co. Phone 62. Don't take any substitute—order At wood's grape fruit at breakfast time. BBKABCK DAILY TBIBUN1 O News of the State On March 24 the New England Post led every paper in the state in num ber of inches of display advertising carried. A large addition will be built to the hotel at New England. The Reeder Choral society is prac ticing -for a sacred concert to be giv en shortly. The opening of the new hotel at Mott is receiving nice notices in most of the papers on the slope. A ——V— A physician in one of the towns on the Soo runs his card in the paper— with a heavy black border around it.' Stanley officials will enforce the new pool ro.om ordinance, requiring that they be closed on Sunday. Almost every paper in the state is optimistic over the crop outlook— since the big "snow. The First National Bank at Mott will erect and occupy a new $25,000 building this summer. Manager McKinney says Mott will have one of the best teams in the state the coming season. New Leipzig is going to hove a town well. Towns along the new Mott exten sion of the N. P. are awaiting the installation of a daily mail service. The New Leipzizg Sentinel has mov ed into its new home. '•*J The Medina Citizen is being print ed at Jamestown until anew plant can be installed at Medina. Farmers in McKenzie county expect to start seeding operationsc in the very near future. The White Eaarth Record does not appear to have any love for the chief of police. —._ A three year old boy was drowned in a creek at Casselton. A —~V Russel is making plans to have an all home talent baseball team. Omemee has a pedestrian club and Matt Johnson has "jined." The Omemee Herald believes the Society of Equity—out of politics— can do a world of good fcf the farm ers. _„_ A band has been organized at Rus sel. One half of the money necessary for the erection of a presbyterian church has been raised at Ambrose. Many papers expressed sympathy wit nthe editor of the Medina citizen whose plant was destroyed by fire re cently. The Williams county states attor ney has started a suit to determine who is to get the fees paid to the state auditor. The Stady Leader says: "The people of this state love to be right in mat ters of law. They take every little point to the upreme court." Dave R. Carlson has bade the read ers of the Bottineau Courant farewell, John F. Haskett, formerly of the Grand Forks Herald assuming charge of the publication. It is expected that an electric line will be built from Kenmare to the Canadian line. At Stanley man is said to be in pos session of a freak animal in the shape of a tail-less calf. Dr. M. G. Fiath of Stanley has been appointed coroner of Mountrail coun ty. Albert Dahl who broke out of jail at Rolla last November has been arrest ed by the police at Moorhead on a charge of forgery. Alice Bryant of Willlston had the misfortune to slip on an icy side walk and bleak two bones in her left leg. The ordination of Rev. C. B. Run nails as' priest will occur at St. Peter's Episcopal church at Williston, April 5, Right Rev. Cameron Man, D. D. officiating. The Courier-News thought it was in deed a remarkable fact that a drunk en man who lay asleep on a lawn with $29 in his pockets was not touch ed up for the amount by some of his fellow Fargoans. —0— Attorney Callahan of Casselton and a Fargo travelling man, got a ducking when the water tank of a railway car on which they were riding burst and flooded them with its contents. —.fr— There was joy all over the state as a result of the splendid snowstorm which means millions to the farmers for the moisture it brought. Braddock ladies are anxious to im prove the local cemetery. —4— During a recent electric storm at Braddock a bolt of lightning sruck in a meadow and started a small prairie fire. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money it it falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sig nature is on each box. 25c Insist upon Atwood's grape fruit for your breakfast. Banana sale at Gusener's. BISMARCK MASONS FINE lEFTINu MOMAY INTERESTING TALK BY GRAND LECTURER JEARDEAU OF McCLUSKY. Work Put on in F. C. Degree and Ev ening was Closed by Banquet and Numerous toasts. The members of Bismarck Lodge No. 5 A. F. and A. M. held one of the most interesting sessions of the year at the Masonic Hall Monday night and there were a large number of local Masons in attendance as well as sev eral visiting Masons. There was work in the Fellow Craft degree, after which Grand Lecturer Paul H. Jeardeau of McClusky who is making a tour of the western section of the state visiting at the various Masonic lodges, held a school of in struction. After the lodge meeting was ended the members repaired to the banquet hall where an enjoyable repast had been prepared, and the evening was rounded out with a num ber of toasts which were responded to by many of the prominent men present. CATARRH IS SURELYA DANGEROUS DISEASE Thousands of people allow catarrh to slowly undermine the whole sys tem until a serious disease develops— —sometimes consumption. People who have catarrh should use every eoffrt to get rid of it, but should above all, adopt a sensible method. Stomach dosing, sprays and douch es won't cure catarrh because it is a germ disease, and the germs must be destroyed before the disease can be conquered. HYOMEI is the one sensible, cure for catarrh because it reaches every fold, crevice and nook in the mucous membrane and gets where the germ is. You breathe HYOMEI and as it passes over the inflammed membrane its soothing influence heals the sore ness and destroys the germs. A complete HYOMEI outfit costs $1.00. This consists of a bottle of HYOMEI and a hard rubber inhaler. Pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it a few min utes each d^y, that's all you have to do. It is guaranteed by Lenhart Drug Co., and druggists everywhere to cure catarrh, coughs, colds and sore throat or money back. Extra bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents. Free trial sample on request, from Booth's Hyo mei Co., Buffalo, N. Y. CALL FOR BIDS. Bids are hereby invited to be sub mitted in writing to the undersigned for the purchase of the, following described real and personal property, to-wit: 1. Lot 11 of block 54, original plat of the city of Bismarck. 2. For the partially burned floor, joists and other debris located on said lot 11, block 54, original plat of the city of Bismarck. All bids must be in writing and sub mitted to the undersigned on or be fore twelve o'clock m. on the 7th day of April, 1911, and must be'accom panied by a certified check payable to the order of .J. A. Larson, Trustee, for ten per cent of the amount bid to apply upon the purchase price if the bid is accepted. The trustee reserves the right to reject any and all bids and the sale will be made subject to the approval of the referee in bankruptcy. Dated: Bismarck, N. D., March 20, 1911". J. A. LARSON, Trustee. C-o Goodridge-Call Lumber Co., Bismarck, N. D. Newton, Dullam & Young, Attor neys for Trustee. (3-21, 28 4-4) Em* Treatment tor Tsferatosis 'Many people have cured themselves of Tuberculosis by a \try simple, inex pensive home method—fresh air, careful diet and Kckman'-s Alterative. This Alterative is not a new medicine. It has been conquering tuberculosis for several year*, quires resulting after other methods Had failed. Think what this means. No specialist'.'} fees no sanatorium charges no travel ing expenses. Eckman's Alterative has cured many people at Home, where their dear ones encourage them and give them that ten der care which money cannot buy. After you have thoroughly investigat ed our affidavits and testimonials—feel ing sure In yew ©wninind that it Eck man's Alterative IiaX" cured so "many Others, it surely must help you—start taking the Alterative. Your improve ment should be gradual, but certain. 11 you have been faithful to Eckman's Alterative, you will be amazed fit your improvement. A statement from one who knows follows:— '-..• 220 So. 4th St, Cblwyh, (Darby) Pa. Gentlemen: "For four years I was troubled with cough which gradually became worse Ihad night sweats and pains in my chest. I was losing my appetite and had become so thin and weak I could not attend to my household duties. A physician pronounced my case Consumption. Not being satisfied, I w.13 examined ly the physicians of the Poly clinic Hospital they also pronounced the disease Consumption, which was proven later, by an examination of sputum, as Tuberculosis Bacilli was found. I was ordered to a Consumptive Hospital. My nephew would not arlow me to go until I had tried Eckman's Al terative. Before I had taken the medi cine three weeks I had marked relicf: night sweats ceased pain In the breast relieved cough became loose and easy fever left me and I commenced gettiaj well. My health became normal. I n:n in excellent health now and have been completely cured for ten years. I strongly recommend It." (Signed) (MRS.) MARY "WASSOY. iEckman's Alterative cures Bronchitis. Asthma. Hay Fever Tliront and Lung Affections. Ask for booklet of cured cases and write to -the Eckman Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pi., for additional evHenoe. For Sale by ail leadin? druggists and Cowan's Drug Store. Bismarck, N. D. The Fountain Head of Life Is The Stomach A I who has a weak and impaired stomach sad whodoes aot properly digest bis load will soon find that his blood has become weak and impoverished, and that his whole body is improperly and insufficiently nourished. Dr. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY make* the *fomaeh mtroni. promote* the now mi dUemtlwe lulcee, reatore* tho lost, appetlts, makes m**lmUatloa perfect, Invigorate* the Ilwer an*? partite* and enrtcbe* the blood. It I* the treat blood*mnker, Ueth-baUder mad restorative nervo tonic. It make* mem mtrong In body, active In mind and cool In lodgement. This "Discovery" is a pure, glyceric extract of American medical roots^ absolutely free from alcohol and all injurious habit-forming drags. All its ingredients are printed on its wrappers. It has no relationship with secret nostrums. Its every ingredient is endorsed by the leaders in all the schools of medicine. Don't accept a secret nostrum as a substitute for this time-proven remedy OP KNOWN COMPOSITION. ASK YOUR NEIGHBORS. They most know of many cures made by it during past 40 years, right in your own neighborhood. World's Dis iwary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierc, Pre*.. Buffalo, N. HAII ADVICE VALUABLE TO THE PREMATURE GRAY-HAIRED PEOPLE. What a pity it is to observe so many, •people with thin and faded hair, and then realize that the most of these people might have a fine, healthy head of hair if they would but use the sim ple "sage tea" of our grandmothers combined with other Ingredients for restoring and preserving the hair. No one, young or old, need have gray hair, w-aak, thin or falling hair, dand ruff or any troubles of the sort if they would but use Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedyv On the con trary, it is possible to have healthy, vigorous hair, of perfect color, by a few applications of this remarkable preparation. Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy quickly removes dandruff, leaves the scalp'clean and healthy, promotes the growth of the hair and restores the natural color of hair which has become faded or gray. It is a clean wholesome dressing, which may be used at any time and with perfect safety. Don't neglect your hair. Start today with Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur. This preparation is offered to the public at fifty cents a bottle and is recommended and sold by all drug gists. For your breakfast be sure its At wood's grape fruit. Banana sale at Gussner's. Tuesday, April 4, 1911. FINE WOOD. Telephone 62 for dry cottonwood and kindling. Wachter Transfer Co. mmmW There's Good Company GOQP t^f} '&± always in a good cigar, solace for the mind and inspiration for bright thoughts. The greatest thinkers of the world have been smokers, yet they never hau the opportunity to smoke one of our excellent cigars—as you have. The flavor, the quality, the pure smoke you enjoy—the certainty of "good goods" in the make of the cigar—all these make our popular. Adams Drug Store Cle-der Togs for the LMeFotK* FIR3T NATIONAL BANK BLDQ. Phene 102. Our spring and summer show- ing of clothes for the younger generation now on display. The swellest line we've ever had. Beautiful weaves in all the many new styles and trimmings in Russian, Sailor and the new Russian blouses. Special showing of the neat little top coats in many colors. Confirmation suits—a large assortment in many different grades. It will please us to show you.- Cht •Clever Clothe*" Shop S I A BIBHAKC«,M^ OPEN WEDNESDAY AND, 3ATURDAY EVENINGS. mm COME TO THE GREAT JAMESTOWN MA MUSIC FESTIVAL FOUR GREAT CONCERTS. The strongest list *t soloists, ever presented. For Monday, May 2§, the following: Mm*. S'.arberg, Soprano Mrs. Walter Merrill-Thursten, Contralto Hr. J. Austin Williams, Tenor Mr. Walter Allen Stults. Bass Mrs. Wilma Anderson-osman, Pianist and tha Jamestown Choral Society, presenting Gaul's "Holy City." FOR TUESDAY, M*AY 03, TWO CONCERTS. Lucile Tewksbury, Soprano Genevieve Wheat, Contralto Charfes R. Hargreaves, Tenor, Marcus Kellerman, Bass Richard Czerwonka, Violin Carlo Fischer, Cello, Henry J. Williams, Harp, and the cele brated MMrlEAPOUS SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA EMIL OBERHOFFER, CONDUCTOR." SEASON TICKETS NOW ON SALE, $3, $4, and $5. Mail orders will be filled in the order received and out of town patrons will be given choice seats. For literature, programs, or fur ther information, address FRED W. WIMBERLY, Manager. L. D. Phone 487 Jamestown, North Dakota.