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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER ifff.
CROWDS AHEND GRAND OPENING OF ORPHEUM INTERIOR OF PLAYHOUSE HAS BEEN COMPLETELY RE. MODELED. Splendid Bill for Fore Part of Week is Up to Uusual Orpheum Standard and Entertains Packed House. Two packed houses greeted the opening of the new Orpheum Thurs day evening and Manager Bauer now has one of the most modern and up to-date playhouses in the northwest. All of the old seats were removed from the building and in. their stead there have been installed the very latest opera chairs. The opera chairs are twenty inches wide, being the next to the largert size manufactured. The stage has also been remodeled and presents a very attractive ap pearanc. For th grand opening two excellent vaudeville features hav-e The Chance of the year 12 qt Water Pail Price 75c now only 3 9 10 qt. Water Pail Price.. .'. .65c now only 32c Everready Roaster Price 75c now only 39c •V.'/.'vr.'*.r» •ftn* 6 qt. Dutchess Kettle Price,,,., 75c now only 39c 8 qt. Berlin Kettle Price.... .75C now ehly 39c am OUR PRESENT EXPOSITION DISPLAY CONSISTS OF 6Qld Fish and Fermi The Samples at the building are ^duplicated many times at our retail store FERNS, all varieties, 25 Cents up GOLD FISH, 15 Cents up Vi sitor are earnestly requested to visit our greenhouses, the largest in the state. Take the street car MQSK1NS' FLORAL ©6. Tribune Building Bismarck, N. D. been secured. Both of them are among the best that has appeared here for some months. The pictures are splendid, especially the film with which the bill is opened. Mrs. Bauer's illustrated song is prettily rendered and the slides are especially beautiful. Mr. George Weatherhead has again been engaged to play the trap drums thereby rendering an in dividual interpretation of the photo plays, as well as assisting the acts. Manager Bauer expects to k-eep the new Orpheum up to the Orpheum standard for the balance of the sea son and the patrons of this popular vaudeville house will be assured at all times of an entertaining evening. THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING Talk No. 6 No thoughtful person uses liquid blue. Half cent's worth of blue, a large bottle tilled with blue and the delusion is compete. Always buy RED CROSS BALL BLUE. It's all blue. Nothing but blue. Makes beautiful white clothes like new. ASK TOUR GROCER KITCHEN WARE BARGAINS The remarkable offers in our enamel ware sale has brought many economical buyers, and the goods are selling rapidly. When you consider this is Genuine 3-coat Onyx Ware of the best quality that lasts a lifetime, unless it is hammered or battered around you will see it is really a wonderful bargain. Come now while the assortment is complete. 17 qt. Dish Pan,... 65c now only 32c 32 Washbasin Price 35c now only 1 7 28 Washbasin Price 20c now only 7 5 qt. Deep Pudding* Pan Price 25c now only 6 qt. Milk Pan Price 25c now only 12c 4 qt. Covered Sauce Pan Price 35c now only 1 5 THIS WEEK ONLY BISMARCK HARDWAR E COMPANY Phone 82 Main Street 3 qt. Coffee Pot Soap Holders Price 65c now,only 33c Price 15c now only 5c Study in Stripes. A pmy and black tailored coat and skirt are Illustrated which show the stripes used both horisontally and vertically. The trimming Is of black velvet, and black horn buttons with fancy centres. DOUBLE YOUR MILK By feeding your cow corn fodder. For sale by Coonen, Inquire at Coon en's Cafe. One dollar. Add another And another, And so on, and you will soon have enough to make your first payment on a lot, a home or a farm. When saving for some object use this bank as a depository. One dol lar starts an account. The City Na tional Bank, Bismarck. N. D. You Can't Affordto Miss It 3 qt. Tea Pot Price 65c now only 33c 6 qt. Covered Baking Dishes.. 35c now only 17c 5 qt. Preserve Kettle Price 35c now only 17c No. 9 Tea Kettle Price 75c now only 39c BI8MAB0K DAILY TRIBUNE BIRTHS DURING AUGUST HAVE 4 TO I MAJORITY VITAL STATISTICS REPORT FOR MONTH OF AUGUST IS ISSUED. Grand Forks County Leads in Number of Births, and Cass County Reports Most Deaths. The North Dakota State Board of Health Bulletin for the month of Sep. tember has made its appearance, and contains the vital statistics for the month of August, reported to the board as follows: Counties. Births Adams 8 Battels 27 Benson 24 Billings 14 Bottineau 18 Bowman Burke 14 Burleigh 28 Cass Cavalier .. Dickey Divide Dunn Eddy Emmons .. Foster Grand Forks Griggs Hettinger .. Kidder La Moure .. Logan cH-anry .., Mcintosh Total 840 If you knew it was rabbit in the first place, you would know what to expect Dealers who sell Deaths. 2 11 a .35 ..18 .. 4 .. 7 ..11 ..11 ..51 .. 7 ..54 ..13 .. 4 ..17 .11 ..40 .18 McKenzie 26 McLean 5 Mercer 1 Morton .26 Mountrail 21 Nelson 6 Oliver Pembina 27 Pierce 6 Ramsey 38 Ransom 13 Renville 15 Richland 35 Rolette Sargent ....10 Sheridan 3 Stark 10 Steeio Stutsman 37 Towner 5 Traill 18 Walsh 18 Ward 30 Wells 23 Williams 14 9 8 6 3 7 3 4 10 1 8 5 1 9 2 6 15 2 3 256 BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE. 960 acres highly improved far seven miles from Antler. N. D., on Cana dian side. 125 per acre including all farm machinery. No trade con sidered excepting* for high grade horses. Sox 185. Bismarck, N. D. The stunnlns suit Illustrated Is made of black velvet trimmed profusely with fringe. The skirt is cut in an odd style and the large revers are edged with fringe. A Cruet Stand Several jillagerg were discussing a Se&aTteU sister", who had been given to good deeds, but was rather too fond of dispensing sharp spoken advice. "She was an excellent womanV'* said the deceased lady's pastor. "She was constantly in the homes of the poor and afflicted. In fact she was the Ball of the earth." "She was more than that" remarked a villager. "She was the vinegar, the pepper and the mustard as well. She was a perfect cruet stand of virtues." London Tit-Bits. An Insult "Have yon ever written on an empty stomach?" asked the mere man. "Sirr exclaimed the literary person. 1 am a poet, not a tattoo artist!" When the tree is fallen every on« ioeth to it with his hatchet "Pina ore"js& FurBusiness Little Buttercup: Just as seal turns out to be rabbit in the fur trade. Be sure of what you are buying—don't buy what you think is sealskin, and then, later, wonder why the fur looks so rabbity. A- Gordon Fur will tell you what each fur really is—no chance of your buying a pig-in-a-poke if you deal with one of them. Gordon & Ferguson Stunning Velvet tun. "Bear turns out to be but goat Sa-ble paws are Mar-ten's throatt* CapL Corcoran: "So they be, fre-quent-lee"-— wnM Gordon dealers are doing this because they believe in the Gordon Pure Fur Law which isn't a Ja .it ail, but a code of business that makes truth-telling and a square deal the biggest part of a business man's business life. You'll find the merchants who sell Gordon Furs mnning stores that you always want to trade in. Ask the dealer, or send to us, for an entertaining booklet about fur counter feits—"The Truth About Precious and Semi-Precious Furs." ST. PAUL MINN. TRIBUNE WANT ADS BRING RESULTS IT S A GOOD THING To buy your clothes as soon as the new goods are in—no use waiting. Our new fall stock of Hart Schaffer & Max, fine suits and overcoats is ready, in good season for men who have already .decided just what clothes you're go ing to buy and just the color and pattern you want Gra.ys a will your favor this a so "The Clever Clothes Shop" Open Every Evening During the Exposition