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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1911.
When You Want SHOES! This store is head and shoulders above all others. Right There with the Goods Away Under on Price No Hatter What You Buy Here You Get More for your money than anywhere in the state For 'Bargains Fine Southern Apples We Have a car of bulk Apples now enroute from St. Jo seph, Missouri, which will reach us on a or day, next week. We will be at the car from 10:30, a. in., to 5:00, p. m., after arrival. All orders received before arrival of the car, will be delivered free of charge. After that, a. charge of five cents per bushel will be made for delivery. Order now. Satisfaction guaranteed. Jonathans A fine eating apple and a good keeper. One of the fin est sating apples.grown—-on^ ly the best New York apples can rival them in flavor. 1 PerBushel $1.35 In 5 bushel lots, bu. $1.30 COME TONIGHT BEST MARKET DAY OF YEAR ONJATURDAY LAST OP 3ERIES WILL BE HELD AT EXPOSITION CITY OCTOBER 7. Splendid Bargains oy all Local Mer chants and Many Forms of Amuse ments are Provided. The Farmers of the surrounding territory must not forget that Satur day is the last market day of this year and in coming to the city must come prepared to see the exposition also. There are all kinds of amusement on the streets and the matiness at the Grand and Orphetem, and last, but by no means least, is the market day program at the market grounds on the corner of Seventh and Main street across from the Soo depot. The prizes offered this month are $2.50 for the best half bushel of corn and $2.50 for the best half bushel of onions on the grounds. The bargains to be had at the auction sale this time will be better than ever and it will be necessary to be there early to get the best articles that are for sale. All of the stores of the city have of fered special bargains for the occa sion. This promises to be the best market day Bismarck has ever had. In the industrial parade there was a float composed of a load of lignite coal, this was the float of the Bis marck Lignite Coal company and ev eryone was allowed to register a gues« as to the weight of the load and the one coming the nearest was to be given the load. All the guesses must be in by Friday evening by six o'clock and the load will be given to the lucky party Saturday mornin. OTHER VARIETIES ASSORTED Fine Southern Eating and Cooking Apples. About half of the car will be assorted among several of the best keeping kinds of Missouri apples. PerBushel $1.25 In 5 bushel lots, bu. $1.20 McCONKEY & SON "Where Your Dollar Goes the Farthest" PHONE 209 120 6th Street asm EVANGELISTIC SERVICES At the Baptist Church Our opening services have met with credit able success. Evange list Nelson's message is entirely different— you will enjoy his sermons, plain and simply expressed, that all may understand they carry the elo quent truths of God's love for man. -His vigor and force cre ates new thought and inspiration challang ing you to a ..broader, greater and better life and appreciation of your relationship to God Eve£n4ht Singer Wood is developing an enthusiastic chorus. Everybody sings. They can't help it. That's just Wood's way. Not only a splendid singer himself, he enthuses the chorus and audi encee verybody sings. We have splendid music that you will be delighted to hear. You. will sing when Brother Wood leads—Come anc join in our services. A Cordidal Invitation and Welcome Extended You *-^w**+++ CITY NEWS 80LD CARLOAD. John Yegen received a car of Bear Paw coal Wednesday and disposed of it the same day. HERE FROM BALDWIN. J. E. Carlson, Carl Harmansin, B. P. Odegaard, John Olson and Gustaf Eli ason of Baldwin are here for a vi3it to the exposition. WENT WEST. Joseph Marshall the- engineer that put in I. P. Baker's irrigation sys tem, left for the west Wednesday. GENERAL SALES MANAGER. Gen. T. H. Poole has accepted a position as general sales manager of North Dakota with the Dakota CoaJ' Products company of New Salem. RETURNED TO MANDAN. Mr. Fahey, the chief detective of the Northern Pacific west of Mandan, returned to Mandan after attending to some business matters in the Ex position City. MADE FINAL PROOF. The following peopl-a made final proofs before the United States land office here: Oscar Peterson of Brad dock, William Cadell of Forj, Rice, and Sophia Gunderson of Driscoll. LARGE FRUIT SHIPMENT. The Lewis-Vidger company have eight full carloads of fruit on the spur behind their establishment Among the others there are two cars of grapes, one car of apples, one car of peaches and a car of onions. SHED BURNED Fire Department called to Tenth and Thayer Sts. at 2 A. M. About two o'clock this morning the fire alarm sounded and called the fire company to the earner of Tenth and Thayer streets to the home of Mrs. Barbara Walter. The tire was in a shed at the rear of the house and the prompt work of the department soon quenched the blaze. PERSONAL B. S. Townsend was down from Dickinson, Wednesday, on business. Mrs. T. P. Putnam of Wilton was a visitor in the Exposition City, Wednesday. C. E. Paul and wife are down from Washburn for a short visit in the Capital City. G. H. Easton of Kintyre was in the city to attend to some matters of business Wednesday. Dr. Rawley of Garrison was visit ing the axposition Wednesday, H. J. Fritz and H. P. Gage of Wil ton are in the city for a visit to the exposition. R. L. LaRue of Minneapolis is reg istered at one of the hospitals in the city. George Whaler of Strasburg is tak ing treatment at one of the local hospitals. Ned Fisher left one of he local hos I pitals for his home in Dogden, I Wedensday. Gus Jacobson of Crystal Springs I left one of the local hospitals Wednes day. Mrs. C. H. Stanley and her daugh ters, Martha and Jennie, are regis I tered at one of the hotels in the city I her-a for a visit to the exposition. Mrs. S. J. Duff of Steele is in the city to spend a day or two at"he ex position. Harry Diamond of Wilton was down to the exposition Wednesday. CLIFFORD'* RESTAURANT, OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. AT7:30, P. M. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE FREE LOAD OF COAL FOR G000 GUESSER WASHBURN LIGNITE COAL COM PANY WILL GIVE ONE LOAD AWAY. Person Who Gusses Nearest Weight of Load That Was in Parade Will Receive Same. The Washburn Lignita Coal com pany had a load of coal in the indus trial parade this afternoon. To the person who comes closest to guess ing what the correct weight of the load is the coal will be delivered gratis. The company does not itself know what the load weighs, and will not weigh it until Saturday morning. Anyone who wishes to send in their guess can do so, no guesses being accepted after 6 o'clock Friday even ing. Saturday morning the load will be weighed, the guesses checked up, and the person who comes the clos est to the correct weight the coal will be delivered. ADVANCED INTEREST IN1 EVANGEUSTIC SERVICE EVANGELIST NELSON IS A FORCE FUL SPEAKER AND THRILLS AUDIENCE Music Which Has been Good from the Start Is Rapidly Growing Even Bet ter—Other Services Tonight The evangelistic services at the First E'aptist church are growing in inter est and attendance. Evangelists Nel son and Wood are proving themselves equal to the situation and every ser vice has in it more inspiration and power than the one before. The audience last night was intense ly interested and attentive while Mr. Nelson pointed out the different class es of people who are responsible for those who are not followers of Christ. It was a very heart searching message and one which led1 those present to feel their responsibility in this cam paign. The music, which has been good all along, was even better last night. The chorus is growing in numbers and ability under Mr. Wood's direction The rehearsal last night showed a marked advance. Almost the entire audience at Mr. Nelson's invitation remained to listen while the choir sang. Services tonight at 7:30. FRIDAY TO BE ANOTHER BIG DAY AmPOSITION OVER HUNDRED AUTOS COMING TO CITY ISROM BARNES COUNTY. Final Meeting of State Dairymen's Convention, Good Roads Association and Farmers Institute Will Be Held. Tomorrow will be another busy day at the exposition. It is the closing session of the Good roads association, the farmers institute" and the dairy men's convention and the judges will begin to make their awards. Visi tors are here from all sections of the country and more are coming on ev ery train. Tomorrow afternoon the Barnes county delegation will arrive three or four hundred strong by automobile if the weather will permit, and if the weather continues unfavorable the trip will be made on the Northern Pacific. Barnes county aad Valley City resi dents are very enthusiastic over the exposition and great preparations have been made for the excursion. The speeches delivered at the ex position auditorium by the good roads, the farmers institute and the state dairymen's association, have been well attended and are of great interest. Prof. Shaw delivered a masterly ad dress yesterday afternoon to a very appreciative audience and the other speakers were equally as ..well re ceived. TO ATTEND CONVENTION. Many Delegates Will Go to Woman's Club Federation Meeting. Bismarck will send quite a delega tion to the state meeting of the Fed eration of Women's clubs which be gins at Devils Lake, Tuesday, Octo ber 10. Quite a number of state officers re side here and they and others of the members will attend aside from the regularly selected delegates. Among the officers who will attend are Mrs. John Burke, a member of the board of directors Mrs. E. J. Taylor, vice president of the Sixth district Mrs. E. P. Quain, chairman of the health committee Mrs. M. C. Budlpng, chairman of legislative conuriitttjee Mrs. E. B. Ooss, chairman endow ment committee. The delegates selected by the dif ferent clubs of Bismarck follow: Fortnightly club—Mesdames C. C. Root, and I. M. Cooper. Monday club—Masdames Bodenstab and Dr. LaRose. Mothers' club—Mesdames Andrew Miller and W. C. Vaylor. Current Events club—Mesdames French and Miller. The ladies will leave for the con vention next Monday. CASTOR IA l*«r Infants and Children. Ik YM Alw hsjh Bears the BJgnatoreof mm GREAT BARGAIN BASEMENT SPECIAL LAST MARKET $1.9 8 8-in. Cut Glass Berry Bowl ... Heavy glass, deep and rich cut design. Graceful shape. The worth of a piece of cut glass of this kind is known to most every lady, and this un usual price will be readily appreciated. Ladies' Suit Specials Just a few suits left from last year. The change in styles has not been so great but what the prices placed on them will make them very attractive items in this sale $22.50 Suits, Market Day only ... $ 1 1 2 5 $27.50 Suits, Market Day only 13.75 $35.00 Suits, Market Day only 17.5 0 $40.00 Suits, Market Day only ... 2 0 0 0 Ladies' Coats at Great Reduction These are a few coats carried over from last year and we have divided them into two lots LOT ONE HALF PRICE $12.00 Coats, Market Day only.... $ 6.0 0 $15.00 Coats, Market Day only.... 7.50 $17 50 Coats, Market Day only.... 8.7 5 $25.00 Coats, Market Day only.... 12.50 LOT TWO 25 PER CENT DISCOUNT $12.00 Coats/Market Day only ... $ 9.0 0 $13.50 Coats, Market Day only ... 10.12 $16.50 Coats, Market Day only .... 12.38 $18.00 Coats, Market Day only 13.5 0 $25.00 Coats, Market Day only ... 18,75 Remnants of Dress Goods HALF PRICE A table full of dress goods of all kinds. Some lengths contain enough for ladies and chil drens skirts. To clean up stock the Market Day price will be One-half the Regular Price Star Cut Creamer and Sugar 49c Per Set Heavy clear glass of good quality Creamers & Sugars with large flat base and straight sides, with three genuine eut stars. We have a great many sets but they can't last long at the rediculous low price of 4 9 per set. Energy Is Also Desirous of Having a Railroad Line. Over the Mercer county booth at the exposition on Northern Pacific day was a sign vhich read: "Ws want a railroad, the N. P. preferred." Today there appeared over the En ergy and Underwood booth this sign: "We want a railroad, too, But we prefer the Soo." The two signs hav-e attracted much attention. NIELSEN CO.'S MILLINERY STORE has received a larga assortment in hair goods and toilet requisites. Miss Grimes has charge of our bairdress ing parlor. Please phone 248 and en gage time. Not True to Life. "How very few statues there are of real women." "Yes it's hard to get them to look right." "How so?" "A woman remaining still and say ing nothing doesn't seem true to life." —Boston Transcript. His Curiosity. Stranger—I noticed your advertise ment in the paper this morning for a man to retail imported canaries. Pro prietor of Bird Store—Yes. sir. Are you looking for the job? Stranger— Oh. no. I merely had a curiosity to know bow the canaries lost their tails-! OF THE YEAR Saturday, October 7th The offers at this store are a fitting close to this season's Market Day Sales. Many attractive bargain will be found on our counters, which are not mentioned in this advertisement Our Bargain Basement Offers many useful items which are on your fall buy ing list. The basement is filled with all kinds of kitch en utensils and crockery, tin wear, nickel ware, enamel ware, tubs, wringers, flat irons, step ladders, cloths baskets, broom, cloths lines, coal hods, hatchets, hammers and everything of this nature Exhibit and :::Sale of::: FAMOU S "Albrecht Furs" Market Day •WEBB BROTHERS! DEPARTMENT STORE HELPED HER. The Great Violinist Didn't Play ths Miser on This Occasion. The following story places Paganini in a better tight than this musical miser was accustomed to appear. And really one is led to wonder which is the true Pagauini—the miser or the kind artist giving his talent to assist a poor servant girl. One morning the maid who waited on bim in Paris eaine to him. weeping, and told how her lover had been conscripted and sent away to the war, and she, of course, was too- poor to buy a substi tute for bim. Paganini resolved to aid the girl and took a unique way to do it. He pro cured a wooden shoe and so fashioned it that it could be strong up and played like a fiddle. Then he adver tised that be would give a concert and play five pieces on the violin and five on a wooden shoe. Of course this strange announcement drew a good house. The violinist had given the girl tickets to the concert, and after it was over be went to her, and, pouring 20,000 francs into her lap, he told her that she could now purchase a substitute for her sweetheart and with the re mainder set up housekeeping. He also gave her the wooden shoe that bad brought her such good fortune and told her to sell it Of course this curi ou.9 ins*"CJ2 *!it-'riC"!lIit bfr a siodly |R DAY! Hosiery Special Ladies' Matchless Hose Warranted fast black*. Seamless. Double heel and toe. Winter Underwear A large table full of discontinued lines of men's and women's wool, two-piece under garments. The sizes being broken we want to close them out as soon as possible. 75c Garments. Market Day only 5 0 $1.00 Garments, Market Day only ... 6 7 $1.25 Garments, Market Day only 8 3 $1.50 Garments, Market Day only $1.0 0 Carpet Section Specials ALL WOOL INGRAIN CARPET 52c Per Yard Good selection of patterns and colors. Regu lar 85c carpet. Market Day 5 2 per yard. Just Figure: A carpet to cover a room 9 ft. by 9 ft. will cost you only $ 4 6 8 INGRAIN ART SQUARES 9x9 Brusselette Granite Art Squares Worth $4.95. Market Day $2,8 8 9x7^ all wool Art Squares Worth $6,50. Market Day 4.5 0 9x10^ all wool Art Squares Worth $10.75. Market Day 6.30 Wide Fancy Ribbons 18c Per Yard Fancy wide ribbons in all silk. Persian and floral designs. Can be put to many uses in making Xmas presents, worth 25c to 39c per yard. Market Day 18c Per Yard sum, which she added to the amount which was to bring her donestic hap piness.—W. Francis GaOj| to "Anec dotes of Great Musicians."*- GRAND Entire Change Tonight TheMusicalBelis High Ctaus Novelty Musical Act, Playing Brass and Reed Instruments Special Scenery GRACE BELL World's Greatest Trapeze Artist for her age Mabel Degnan Barnes Illustrated Songs 6RANDSC0PE ALWAYS THE LATEST PICTURFS