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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.
Wilton Lignite Coal WEBB BROTHERS' DEPARTMENT STORE! Next to N. P. Depot Extends a cordial invitation to Exposition visitors and all others to visit our store while in the city. The new Fall and Winter Merchandise is here in large quantities. Our 35 departments, covering everything needed in the home, await your inspection. During 27 years of Bismarck Business, the name Webb Bros, has been found to stand for Quality, Service and Moder ate Prices You will not be urged to buy, and are welcome. Come, Make this Big Store a Place to Meet Your Friends. Cordially yours, W E BROS., FAMOUS WILTON LIGNITE $2.7 5 Pe To The Coal That's All Coal No Dust No Dirt No Soot This coal does not clinker and contains less sulphur and ash than any other lignite coal mined in N. D. Washburn Lignite Goal Co. Office Cor. 9th St. and Broadway Phono 453 MICHELI N Inner Tubes IbrMchelnand all otherEnvelopes Main s?rLFsourth The majority of motor ists throughout the world are satisfied users of Michelin Inner Tubes. They are the best judges. Ash them. Look for tkissigm IN STOCK BY C. W. HbNSLER Bismarck Normal. 5:30- om leading MICHELIN ^s*y garages The meeting of the North Dakota' and arrangements for the entertain Federation of Women's clubs to be ment of the isiting ladies for a num held next week at Devils Lake, begin- ber of weeks and there are to be ning on Tuesday and continuing un-1 several new and especially attractive til Friday, will be one of the largest! features introduced in the program and best club conventions -ever held this year. in the state. The Devils Lake clubs The following is the program in have been working on the program' full: Tuesday, October 10, 1911. Morning. 9:00—Board Meeting at Opera House. Presentation of Credentials. 10:00—Conference of the following departments of work: Education. Music. Legislation. Arts and Crafts. Landmarks. Household Economics. Conservation. Endowment Fund. 11:00—Conference of the following department of work: Civic Improvement. Literature and Library. Public Health. Larimore. Buxton. Afternoon. 2:00—Joint Conference of Board of Directors and Department Chairmen. 3:30—Conference of Club Presidents. Evening. Jamestown. Grafton. Lansford. Informal reception at Commercial Club rooms. Vocal solo Miss Amidon, Valley City All Club Ladies, Guests and Hostesses Invited. Wednesday, October 11. Morning. 9:00—Music. Invocation Rev. A. E. Clattenberg. Addresses of Welcome: Dr. Anna B. Shortridge for the five Federated Clubs of Devils Lake, North Dakota. Mrs. Perry Parker of Cando, District President. Response Mrs. Norman Swenson, Minot. Vocal solo Mrs. Middaugh, Jamestown Appointment of Committees. Report of officers: Afternoon. 1:30—Informal Ballot. 2:00—Reports of Committees: Eduactional-p-Miss Minnie Nelson, Valley City. Music—Miss Fannie C. Amidon, Valley City. Library—Miss Hattie May, Casselton. Parliamentary—Mrs. Andrew Blewitt, Jamestown. Music. Badges—Mrs. E. B. Page, Devils Lake. Reciprocity—Mrs. G. F. Dullam, Bismarck. Household Economics—Miss Nellie Farnsworth, Valley City. Piano solo Mrs. C. H. Anheier, Fargo Conservation—Mrs. J. J. Robson, Langdon. Civic Improvement—Mrs. Walter Reed. Amenia. Legislation—Mrs. Minnie C. Budlong, Bismarck. Landmarks—Mrs. C. F. Amidon, Fargo. Press—Mrs. T. A. Boyden, Jamestown. Public Health_Mrs. E. P. Quain, Bismarck. Music Miss Radcliffe, Devils Lake Evening. Benefit Concert for the Endowment Fund, at the Opera House. 8:00—Concert to be given by the Faculty of Wesleyan Conservatory of Grand Forks, N. D., and Miss Fannie C. Amidon of the Valley City Thursday, October 12. Morning. 9:00—Music. Formal ballot. Election of Delegates to Biennial. Report of New Clubs. Report of Endowment Fund Committee—Mrs. C. J. Lord, Chairman. Discussion. Vocal solo Mrs. Kavanaugh, Jamestown. Afternoon. 2:00—Music. Report of Social and Industrial Conditions Committee—Mra. M. A. Hildreth, Chairman. Paper—Socialogy of North Dakota Mrs. F. H. Wilder. Paper—What Country Clubs Desire of the Federation of Womens Clubs Mrs. R. H. Fairfield. Gardena. Piano solo Mrs. J. J. Neirling, Jamestown. Paper—Co-operation of Clubs with Country Superintendents to Ef fect Neighborhood Centers Mrs. J. A. Bailey, Pembina. Ten minute talks. Symposium—What Some of Our Committees Can Do in Rural Work. Music Miss Fannie C. Amidon, Valley City. Art Miss Mary G. Dean, Valley City. Health Miss Grace N. Robinson, Fargo. Thursday Evening. Federation Tea at Masonic Hall. Music. Vocal solo Fifteenth Anniversary resume. First Five Years Second Five Years Third Five Years Annual Address Piano solo. Vocal solo 9:00—Music. Business Session. Constitutional Amendments. 10:30—Board Meeting. BIDS WANTED. We will accept, bids to deliver 400 bushels of potatoes at the Bismarck hospital, to be delivered some time between now and the 15th of October. We reserve the right to reject any or all bids. Friday, October 13. Morning. Vocal solo—Group of Songs by Alexander Von Fritz Miss Radcliffe. Devils Lake. BISMARCK HOSPITAL. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE CLUBS AT Vice-President-at-large—Mrs. H. L. Bolley, Fargo. Recording Secretary—Mrs. S. A. Zimmerman, Valley City. Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. J. H. Shepperd, Fargo. Treasurer—Mrs. L. B. Dochterman, Williston. Auditor—Mrs. E. B. Page, Devils Lake. General Federation Secretary—Mrs. H. S. Oliver, Lisbon. Vice President, First Judicial District—Mrs. A. A. Davis, Vice President, Second Judicial District—Mrs. Perry Parker, Cando. Vice President, Third Judicial District—Miss Louise T. Reeve, Vice President, Fourth Judicial District—Mrs. J. W. Filshie, Oakes. Vice President, Fifth Judicial District—Mrs. T. A. Boyden, Vice President, Sixth Judicial District—Mrs. E. J. Taylor, Bismarck. Vice President, Seventh Judicial District—Mrs. T. D. Caaey, Vice President, Eighth Judicial District—Mrs. Andrew Carr, Minot. Vice President, Ninth Judicial District—Mrs. T. N. Yeomans. Vice President, Tenth Judicial District—Mrs. W. H. Stutsman, Mandan. Music. Mrs. Harris, Cando. .Mrs. W. S. Lauder, Wahpeton. Mrs. H. G. Oliver. Lisbon. .Mrs. Frank White, Valley City. ..Mrs. N. C. Young, President. ... Mrs. Harris, Cando. Piles! Piles! Piles! Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind, Bleeding and Itching Piles. It ab sorbs the tumors, allays itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives instant relief. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre pared for Piles and itching of the private parts. Druggists, mail 50c and $1.00. WILLIAM S MF6. CO.. Props.. Ctowtart. Okie *or M!« At Adams' Drug Store. M=ir BARGAIN IN REAL ESTATE. 960 acres highly improved far seven miles from Antler, N. D., on Cana dian side. $25 per acre including all farm machinery. No trade con sidered excepting for high grade horses. Box 185. Bismarck, N. D. 2 5-Room Hotel for Sale We have a fine new, 25-room hotel and furniture for sale. It is do ing a good business. We are of fering to sell this hotel and take North Dakota land as part pay ment. Come and see this hotel. It will please you. For further particulars write WM. H. BROWN CO. Mandan, N. D. -BIG Fur "Display At Hotel McKenzie Room 202, Next to the Parlor on Second Floor OLIVER DENTS, of Fargo, N. D. Will be at the Hotel McKenzie for the next three days ]|=IE Phone 136 The Most Stylish Shoe Made Jn all the ncwer.t leathers and fabrics the Red Cross Shoe has smarter lines and fits closer than any other shoe. Until they saw the Red Cross Style Beok cr tried on the actual shoe so many women thought that the comfort of a Red Cross Shoe was due to soft leather, a low heel, clumsy lines and loose fit. As a matter of fact, the comfort of the Red Cross Shoe is due to the '"ay it fits the foot and follows its every movement as a glove moves with the hand. Although of the repnlar thickness, the role is perfectly supple. This is due the Special Red Cross Tanning Process which preserves all the natural life and elasticity of the leather— makes the sole bend with every movement of the foot It makes the Red Cross Shoe comfortable the first time you wear ir. You won't have to go through the torture of "breaking it in." Come in to-day and let us lit you in one of the new models. A. W. LUCAS COMPANY Shoe Department ]i=n IE Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday of this week, with a fine line of Manufactured Furs, showing the latest style of Ladies' Coats, Neck Pieces and Muffs in all kinds of Furs and will take orders for new garments of all descriptions. Good fit ting and workmanship guaran teed. I also will take orders for repairing and remodeling old fur garments to make them look like new. Redying and repairing Seal skins a specialty. Even if you do not need any Furs just now, it will be a ben efit to you to inspect my line of goods and get posted on the latest Paris style. My prices are right. Having no rent to pay in manufacturing- my own goods I give my customers the benefit. Come and give me a call and get a nice Souvenir which it is worth while to take home with you. I will be in my display room from 10 a. m. until 10 p. m. Remember I am at Hotel McKenzie, Koom 202 A TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU Smart, snag fitting shoes in all the new leathers and fabrics—every one with the wonderful Red Cross Comfort. Three IE Mea Tha I Meat Beef Pork Veal and Mutton also Smoked Meats, Fish and Sausage are obtained at OLITSCHKA'S MARKET HI Bismarck, N. D. rr-"-rT-- *?&y«-< ••nrinimsiii 11 it