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LIKE WHEN PURCHASED That's the way we laundry sthirts and collars—and con tinue to laundry them so they will give satisfaction. It is our exclusive process that in sures best work. But that is not all. Every time we return your collars they will be smooth at the top and edges—spotlessly clean and free from lumps or blisters. It costs you no more to have it right—so send your laundry here. Bismarck Steam Laundry Company 323 Fourth St. Phone 54 4 +*iW++++++W'0++++++++++++'++*+++ 1 EXPOSITION ECHOES The big exposition building is com pletely surrounded by large coils of fencing wire. In each coil there is a flag and the flags alternate in rea and yellow colors. This wire is all donated to the exposition as premiums by the American Steel and Wire Co. The International Harvester Co. has a carload of canes to give to exposition visitors as souvenirs. Every visitor who cares for one gets a cane appropriately inscribed. The orchestra which Aas been fur nishing music for the vaudeville theatre has been considerably strengthened. There was room for it. The performance given last night was greeted with a crowded house, many being obliged to stand. About a hundred additional chairs were added today and the performance to night promises well. The Dickinson Brick company oc cupies a space in the basement. The most attractive feature of its exhibit is a fire place constructed out of fancy brick. The designs are beau tiful. Another basement feature is the exhibit of the state university at Gra Forks. This display is made m\A\: .... THtrated The EXPOSITION E small hat Is the most popular model of thi.s autumn season. Illus are four smart models, each an! every on being a tiny toque. One is of a be-'hive shape developed In black fr 'id trimmed with a -.oft feather at i'. back. Tulle, black elvet and para dise plumes compose another, while a third is composed of soft white wings V'he fourth hut depends upon a clever u... ^urnvnt of shirred silk for its style. Will bring many The Innocent Bystander INGS are having an awful time of It a a ob served the Regular Fellow. "How do they stand on the deckr "Very shakily. If its the deck of a foreign warship that they a •scaped to," replied the Innocent By stander. "Believe me, kinging is no busi ness these days. Nobody ever asks a Icing's opinion or invites him up to the house to nave dinner with the family, or to drop around for a quiet game or any •t these little social diversions which make life pleasant Frequently a king isn't even next to a ten spot unless some liberal friend stakes him to it, and what ehanee has a king to make the acquaint ance of liberal friends? "Time was when a king was as popular the press agent of a suoeessful musical comedy—everybody was glad to meet him If they couldn't help themselves. Kings were high cards and when there was a war a king would go out with a meat In a large booth prepared specially to accommodate it, and an attendant is in charge. The Hebron Brick company has erected a wall out of its sample People to tqwn. cleaver in one hand and a sword In the]measurements, or cracking a skull. Those other to dissect a few of the enemy, whoj were kingly accomplishments which corn would cry 'Quarter,' although the king mended themselves to the popular fancy. They're coming. They'e got money. They'll spend it -Somewhere. WAN YOU SHARE? Then bid for business Tell what you've got. And don't be a trailer Get in the lead ADVERTISE —and it Now ^y»? A BEVY OF SMART HATS^ U*?a[iiiF^v •'KINO." had only time to halve them. When there was no war a king could spend his time romping around as a mysterious knight. Jousting a joust or measuring a lance to find if it was up to standard brick products in the basement of the exposition building. A chimney has also been built out of fancy brick. A chunk of Hebron brick clay weigh ing a ton is also a feature of the exhibit. For a time last night the exposi tion building was in darkness owing to the burning out of a fuse. The necessary repairs were soon made. Supporting pillars have been placed a TAKE YOUR FOOT OUT OF THAT POOR (pivo That there Is some little evidence of a possible revival of the mitten, and that violet mittens with hose to match are regarded as rather chic. That white stockings are being enthusi astically revived, and that embroidered in black, they are the correct wear with white or patent leather shoes. Kings Not What They Used To To Be in the Gooa Old Days of Ycre. "Other kings went in for the poisoned wine or food stuffs, there being no Dr. Wiley then. Any time things were dull la king'could do a little plain or fancy I conspiracy or be present at a head chop ping. Rescuing maidens from donjon keeps or locking them up in same. It didn't 'matter, were favorite diversions, also. jWhen time palled a king could always I call In the jester and. after kicking the merry rogue almost to death, order him to ease a strong line of comedy out of his brainless head.' I "Can a king do anything like that now? JNix. All he can do Is to dedicate charity bazars, lay corner stones, be present at |the nine hundredth1 centennial of a town, jdo some shooting In Scotland and knick erbockers, have a boar led ?p for him to shoot or have his picture taken being crowned. He's pie for the illustrated weeklies, which sometimes give him two pages Oldtime kings could have a flock of pages, but the best one gets now is one or two pages—and In a magazine! And if he triefl to cut loose or meet a chorus girl after the show—zing! bing! king! In the discara ". •'I wouldn't care to be a king." asserted .he Regular Fellow. "Don't give tne matter another mo ment's worry." assured the Innocent By Istander. in the threatre or auditorium of the big building. It was feared the weight of the exhibits and the big crowds on the floors above might be too much of a weight to carry. If there was any danger it has now been removed. It is estimated that 5,000 visitors will viaw the exhibits at the expo sition tomorrow. Nearly all the coun ties represented give out printed mat ter in the form of cards or pamphlets. COmt«T.l»U.IYmiltWTP(OCEVBIIII8Ta£«MII(KWtOWHES*U)COJ. Ra* fketfv* ..._ YO ftOlHfir TO e/BT A plV0P.CC, MR. ADAM? THESE AFFINITY ST0mt» ARE ALL Jta Mkl.*omW6 fNONE OF 2^a, ml 'JiH** 190NT CARE. lH¥ MS9MP. WE REMIND YOUo DON'T DELAY ble to deliver it at once. Tribune Ads. Bring Results. vUffi AJNORCC? a I to be prepared when the first cold snap comes. or re Only a very small proportion of the coal buying public have ordered at the present time. THIS MEANS THAT SOMEBODY WILL GET LEFT when the rush time conies. Don't be among those who will be annoyed. Order Now! Famou Wilto Lignite $2.75 per ton "THE COAL Thaf* ALL COAL" No Dust. No Dirt. JV Soot. This coal does not clinker and contains less sulphur and ash than any other lignite coal mined in North Dakota. Washburn Lignite Coal Co Office Cor. Ninth St. and Broadway Phone 453 They*re N in Reason WILTON LIGNITE necessity of ordering your winter's coal at once, if you wish plenty of coal on band, when the late orders come in it is impossi- INOW Beginning with the first of September the oyster season continues until April SO. May to August, inclusive, is the spawning season. They are good to eat even len, but the popular belief that they are Injuri ous during those months Is quite fortunate otherwise the supply would rapidly di minish. Thousands of oysters perish in the sea by the attacks of a strange en: ny called CHona, a kind of sponge, which burrows Into and gradually destroys the shells, causing them to fall to pieces. Most valuable of the shell-bearing mol tasks is the pearl oyster, which furnishes the greater part of the pearls by Jewel er* and worn by ladles. "As stupid as an oyster" has become a proverb, but It is said these marine ace phalous mollusks can turn themselves if placed upside down. Oysters arc found In almost all seas, usually In from two to six fathoms of water, and never a great distance from the shore. From th* times of the ancient Greeks and Kansas this delidoua Mvalve has •sen alshly esteemed as aa a tide of food. Growing Pains. Never Ignore "growing pains." Many people seem to think they are perfectly natural and, in fact, that they are a necessary part of growth. As a mat ter of fact, they are sometimes an In dication of a strong tendency to rheu matism, and a child who complains of them should wear wool next the skin always, though lighter, of coarse, in summer than in winter, and be prop •rlx.treatedJy_ a doctor..... Meat Tha Is Meat Worse LuekT Fatigued Philip-Did the lady t'row bollln' water on youse? Wandering Walter—Worse'n dat, Phil, worse'n dat. It was soapsuds.—Toledo Blade. Net Mush. Jack—Would yon like to lire your life over again? Tom—And owe twice as much as I do now. No, sir!—Bos ton Transcrlnt. JEWELRY STORE. I am located first door north of the Orand Pacific Hotel, and an prepared to do all WATCH REPAIRING In the beat off worianansbJp and at reasonable prices. 15 years experience in Oernaay and 3 years work here PRICES REASONABLE And all woifc absolutely guaran teed to give satisfaction. Cone and see me, get prices, or send in onr work by insure Insure maaC I wHl please you JOHN GASCHK Beef Pork Veal and Mutton also Smoked Meats, Fishand Sausage are obtained at GLITSCHKA'S MARKET A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU Phone 136 Bismarck, N. D. Is 4th St, Next a P. Hotel Bliawcfc sssirtt rrrn—----»--»——-»-«««--'