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^Hj I TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1911. HELP WANTED—MALE. BOY wanted at the Western Union. HELP WANTED— *BMALE. WANTED-^Girl for general "house work. Mrs. D. K. Brightbill, 1006 4th St. WANTED—Competent girl for gen eral housework. Phone 423. Cor ner Avenue and Bandan. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Family of two. Call at But ler studio. GIRL WANTED—School girl, 12 to 15 years old, to care for two chil dren occasionally evenings. Phone 398L. WANTED—Girl for general house work. Call 104 Ave. A, Mrs. H. R. Berndt, phone 351R. GIRL WANTED—For general house work. Mrs. M. P. Slattery, 522 Sec ond St. ROOMS WANTED. WANTED—Furnished rooms for light housekeeping by family of two no children. Address F. M., Tribune. WANTED—Two or three rooms for light housekeeping. Phone 288L. FOR RENT—HOUSES. FOR RENT—Five-room house on Eighth street. Phone 407. J. D. McDonald. FOR RENT—Tne Little Beauty home at 801 Seventh street furnished or unfurnished after November 1st M. A. Edburg. FOR RENT—An eight room modern house. Possession given at once. Harvey Harris & Co. FOR RENT—Modern house. Apply J. L. Bell. FOR RENT—Modern house, phone 420. FOR RENT—FLATS. FOR RENT—Five room flat, mod ern call 524R. FOR SALfc—tOTS. FOR SALE—A few choice lots near water and sewer line for $75 each. Perfect titles. Block of lots $150. Block of 24 lots $285. J. S. Knauss. FOR SALE—We have for sale the most desirable lots in all parts of Bismarck at lowest prices. Harvey Harris & Co., First National Bank Bldg. ORDINANCEINTRODUCED PROVIDINGCITY SCALES ALL PARTIES OWNING SAND PITS WITHIN CITY LIMITS MUST FENCE SAME. Fire Team to Work on City Streets. Bicycle Riders Must Keep Off Side walks in the Future. President Williams and Commission ers Jackson and Lucas were the only members of the board of city com missioners in attendance at the reg ular meeting Monday evening. A petition was received from a property owner protesting against the dumping of dirt on Lots 5 and 6 of Block 33 of Williams addition. The petition further stated that the same parties were also dumping dirt intoj the alley, obstructing the same. The( latter part of the protest was re ferred to Street Commissioner Ger-j maine. and the former part, relating! to the dumping of dirt on the lots was I referred back to the petitioner withj the notice that that would be consid ered as trespassing and should be dealt with as such by the owners, not being a matter for he city to take up. Upon motion. Street Commissioner Germaine was instructed to notify all parties owning sand pits within the corporate limits of the city to fence the same forthwith and to keep them fenced. There was considerable discussion regarding the practice of some of the school children of getting out in the middle of the street and jumping in front of automobiles, and causing sim ilar "annoyance with the street car line. The matter of riding bicycles on the sidewalks in the city was! brought up, and the chief of police WHITE AS Lignite Coa $2.35 Per Ton Delivered in your bin. Quality Guaranteed CL00TEN BROTHERS Old Wachter Barn Phone 105 514 Main St. Want ads are ONE CENT A WORD EACH DAY (one-half cent aword each subsequent insertion ONLY WHEN PAID CASH IN ADVANCE). Minimum charge 25c. Ads sent to us with promises to pay, or phoned in will not be inserted except where you carry an account on our ledger and pay monthly, as the amounts are too small to pay for the cost of collection. Eaob initial, mimbel and figure count one word. Always pay cash in advance and secure the half rate. Phone 32. FOR RENT—ROOMS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room. 400 4th St. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms close in. 311 4th St., phone 325, Mrs. J. H. Marshall. FOR RENT—Three furnished rooms for housekeeping, three blocks from postoffice. Phone 332Z. FOR RENT—Large room in modern house, 423 Fourth St. FOR RENT—Modern house, phone 420. FOR RENT—Three rooms for light housekeeping and one for bedroom. Phone 73K, 501 Third street. FOR RENT—Two suites of rooms in the Hare block. FOR RENT—Unfurnished rooms at 212 Fourth St. Apply to Lahr Mo tor Sales Co. FOR RENT—Furnished rooms in Da kota block. Phone 303. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, 307 Fourth St. FOR RENT—Modern rooms ?nd board at Dunraven Place. 212 3rd st. phone 122. FOR RENT—Modern furnished room, 220 4th Btreet. WANTED—Any one wanting board and room call at 118 First street. FOR RENT—Front office room on 4th street, apply to Knowles & Haney. FOR SALE—Furniture of nine room boarding house, corner Sixth and Broadway. FOR SALE—Household goods. 319 Seventh street. Call at once. FOR SALE—Large size hard coal (double) heater, fine condition. Telephone 368. FOR SALE—LAND. FOR 8ALE—Choice farm lands near Bismarck at lowest prices. Harvey Harris & Co., First National Bank Bldg. FOR SALE—One-half section of im proved farm land in Burleigh coun ty. Call or address Marcus A Ed berr, Bismarck, N. D. OLD PAPER8 FOR SALE Something you will need when you start housecleaning. A nice big bunch for a nickle. At the Tribune office. was notified to see that the ordinance regarding this matt-ar be strictly en forced, in both the business and resi dence portions of the city. J. D. Wakeman's application for the position of city weigher was re ceived, but action thereon was de ferred until a later meeting as the or dinance creating this office has not as yet been passed. Bids for furnishing the new vault fixtures in the city auditor's office in the new city hall were opened. There, was only one bid submitted, that be ing ona of Walker Brothers and Hardy, the amount being $159.25. The bid was referred to Commissioner Tatley with instructions to report upon it at the next meeting. The petition of the Northern Pa cific that the white way light at the northwestern corner of the depot block be moved to the northeastern corner of the block was granted and the contractor will be ordered to make this change. A resolution was passed authoriz ing the onstruction of a number-of new cement sidewalks in the city. Commissioner Tatley introduced an ordinance providing for the establish ment of city scales, creating the of fice of city weigher, defining his du ties, fixing rates for his services, and repealing all previous ordinances in conflict with this ordinance. The or dinance came up for first reading and was referred to Commissioner Tatley. The judgment of the court in the case of the Bismarck Water Supply company versus the City of Bismarck had been filed with the city auditor and was referred to the city attorney. The usual number of bills were al lowed. Prior to adjournment there was considerable of an argument re garding the use of the fire team on the streets, as in case of fire there might be a serious conflagration before the department could arrive with the hose wagon. It was the sense of th% commission, however, that all street POSITIONS WANTED—FEMALE SITUATION WANTED —Competent, experienced stenographer desirea position. Address E. E. 99, Tribune. LOST AND FOUND. LOST—Elks charm, initials W. H. M. Set with two Elk teeth. Reward for return to W. H. Minear, Grand Pa cific hotel. FOUND—Gasoline tank for automo bile. Inquire 503 Ninth St. LOST—Between 615 Sixth St. and high school block, a square bronzed gold belt pin, Egyptian design. For Reward return to Mrs. W. C. Taylor LOST—Large black silk neck scarf, Return to G. J. Keenan. MISCELLANEOUS. FOR SALE—Slightly used $450 piano, excellent condition bargain for cash. Mrs. F. E. Lochner, 206 Third avenue N. W., Mandan, N. D. WANTED TO BUY—A small house. Address Buyer, P. O. Box 437, Bis marck. FOR RENT—A good location steam heated corner store, Inter Ocean ho tel building, Mandan, N. D. Best location in the city. Address W. S. Barrow3, Mandan, N. D. FOR SALE—Base Burner in excellent condition. Phone 481Y. FOR SALE—Poultry of all kinds at White's livery barn. Phone 10 or 113. FOR SALE—Poultry. Also some fine cockrels. White Orpington and Rhode Island Reds. A. F. Marquette Phone 300R, Bismarck, N. D. BIG LIST of City property and Bur leigh county farm lands for sale I also write fire insurance. F. E. Young, First Nat'l Bank Bldg. WANTED—Sewing of all kinds, prices most reasonable. Mrs. Jones 623 Second St. Phone 152Z. FOR SALE—Corn Fodder, delivered in town. Telephone 511 or see Coonen at Coonen's Cafe. WANTED—Good Dakota land. HaVe 280 acres fine prairie farm in set tled country, only two miles to town, church, schools and railroad, in Sherburne county, Minn., will sell or trade, only 5 per cent and long time given, write Frank Pouska, Ft. Atkinson, Iowa. work, or as much of it as possible, be done with the fire team. The com mission adjourned until Monday even ing, October 30. REV. N. E. ELLSWORTH TO RETURN TO BISMARCK HAS BEEN SPENDING SUMMER I N CANADA AND NORTHERN PART OF STATE. Was Rector of St. George's Church Last Winter and Has Large Circle of Friends in Capital City. Rev. Nelson E. Ellsworth, formerly rector of St. George's Episcopal church of this city, who has been spending the summer in Canada and the northern part of the state, will return to Bismarck within the ensuing two or three days and will spend the winter here. He will conduct serv ices during the winter months in Bis marck, Mandan and Linton. The first services which he will conduct will be this coming Sunday, October 29, when he will hold morn ing services in St. George's church at Bismarck and evening services in Christ church at M&ndan. He has a large circle of friends in the capital city who will be pleased to learn of his return. ELECT OFFICERS. Indian Council Hunkpapa Tribe Held First Fall Meeting. The first meeting of the Indian council, Hunkpapa tribe, was held in the basement of the Baptist church last night and Medicine Man Fish pre sided. The tribe is limited to a mem bership of twenty boys and the list is full. The following officers have been elected: Chief, Frazier Mitchell. Brave Who Guards the Door, Ho mer Healy. Brave Who Keeps the Record, Gran ville Grams. Messengers of the Medicine Man, Robert Roberts and Iver Iverson. Policeman, Paul Register. The council starts under favorable auspices and will no doubt prove a success. DOUBLE YOUR MILK By feeding your cow corn fodder. For sale by Coonen, Inquire at Coon en's Cafe. EVEN'NG SLIPPERS. Webb Brothers have just received a shipment from New England. A. W. Lucas Co. are having a white waist, clearance sale at exceptional low prices. A. W. LUCAS CO. Morton county schools show a re markable growth during the past few years. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE STATE ARE MADE BY METHODISTS BISHOP M'INTYRE READS LIST OP ASSIGNMENTS TO CHARGES MONDAY NIGHT. SHUTERETURNSTO BISMARCK PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND FOR WESLEY COLLEGE IS BEING URGED. Annual Conference of North Dakota Methodists Comes to a Close at Grand Forks—Meeting Was One of Most Successful Ever Held—Many Questions Considered. GRAND FORKS, N. D., Oct. 24—Ac tivities looking toward the creation of onother $200,010 endowment fund for Wesley College, wero broached by Dr. E. P. Robertson, president of the institu tion, in his leport wide to the state Methodist conference hero anil which adjourned last evening. As foundaiirs for this fund he point ed to the gift of $20,0C»C from A. .1. Sayre, another $25,000 from James J. Mill, and $5,000 from George B. W»nsln,i of Grand Forks, the 'alter of which is conditional upon the cr--ution of On: fun-). Frank B. Lynch of Ca3selton, a airauiv a heavy contributor to the insril ulioii, has ex pressed himself willing to stand by the movement.. The Methodist conference was not with out its interesting features right up to the closing hour. The fight over the proposed location of a new college in the state was particularly interesting, the conference, however, voting the pro position down almost unanimously.. The new college question was placed before the conference on the report of the educational committee of the confer ence, presented by Chairman C. E. Van Horn of Mandan. It favored the propo sition. Rev. Mr. Van Horn, and Rev. A. Lincoln Shute, of Bismarck, spoke in favor of the proposition and were op posed by Dr. E. P. Robertson of Wesley College Rev. G. M. Craig of Lisbon, Edwin Burling of Inkster, and J. W. Ogren of Grand Forks. There is a pos sibility that the matter will he brought po the attention of the general confer ence. Appointments for the conference year were made last evening and are as fol lows Bismarck District. S. A. Danford, district superintendent. Alexander and Stroudt—G. W. B. Snell'. Ashley—G. Book. Burleigh County Mission—To be sup plied. Berlin and Dickey—To be supplied. Bismarck—A. L. Shute. Bowman—C. U. Pryor. Bowden and Hurdsfield—M. A. Rob bins. Beach—F. W. Gress. Cleveland—Donald Bruce. Center and Fort Clark—A. G. Runions. Dickinson— F. H. Farrand. Dawson and Buckeye—P. A. .ean. Douglas and Jerome—William Zimmer man. Emmett—Frank Peters n. Edgeley—B. A. Burns. Kllendal'e—W. R. Morrison. Fort Rice and Cannonball—V. M. Flow er. Goodrich and Denhoff—K. J. frachtjen. Hettinger—W. H. Tullis. Jamestown—.1. G. Morrison. Jud and Floyd—Floyd Eastman. Linton and Dale—A. M. \vylie. LaMoure and Independence—V. D. Chaffln. Ludden and Guelph—C. C. Kinder. Mandan—C. E. Van Horn. McKenzie and Driscoll—W. B. Hardy. Mott and Hoosier—W. C. Hume. Manning, Emerson and Oakdale—J. C. Eerb. McClusky and Johnson Lake—J. S. Miller. Moffit and Braddock—A. W. Porter. Napoleon and Burnstad—C. C. Benson. New England—To be supplied. Pingree, Buchanan and Vashti—Ira E. Hammer. Pakes—B. H. Morse. Rhame and Marmarth—C. W. Prior. Stutsman County Mission—M. B. Haz eltine. Steele—E. J. Reid. Stanton and Hub—A. G. Runions. Taylor and Gladstone—N. L. Rockwell. Spiritwood—Virgil Merchant. Turtle Lake and Mercer—To be sup plied. Underwood and Energy—David .1. Lane. Wilton Circuit—To be supplied. Washburn and Fairview—J. C. Cook. Unkenholtz and Almont—L. M. Flower. Grand Forks District. J. G. Moore, district superintendent. Aneta—G. H. Richardson. Bathgate and Neche—C. T. Ensign. Bowesmont—A. O. Burchenough. Crystal and Hoople—Thomas Dyer. Vrystal' and Hoople—Thomas Dyer. Drayton—G. H. Quigley. Devils Lake—C. L. Wallace. Edmore—E. L. Mudge. Bmerado—S. L. Hart. Forest River—W. C. Chew. Finley—Alfred Coombs. Grafton—S. E. Stinson. Grand Forks—F. M. McCoy. Grand Forks—Grace Church—C. H. Howard. Hanna—A. E. Tourtelette. Hope—H. H. Moore. Hamilton—Samuel Newlove. Hansboro—H. P. Parnaby. Hunter and Arthur—L. W. Scott. Inkster—Edwin Burling. Lakota—H. E. Moon. Langdon—D. S. Scading. Larimore—R. W. Adair. Loma—W. E.. Dudley. Milton—W. Burns. Mayville—To be supplied. Osnabrock—T. S. Brown. Park River—A. W. Brown. Pembina—W. H. Pascoe. Petersburg—To be supplied. Rock Lake—To be supplied. St. Thomas—James Opie. Starkweather and Newville—A. H. Pit man. fearles—F. Fuzzelle. Thompson and Reynolds—S. S. Wyand. Walhalla and Concrete—W. E. Vater. Fargo District. Chas. A. Maenamara, superintendent. Casselton—H. P. Cooper. Cooperstown—Arthur Edwards. Cogswell—John W. Mahin. Dazey and Rogers—F. A. Grossman. Elliott and Englevale—To be supplied. Enderl'in—E. G. Price. Fargo, First Church—Rev. J. M. Wal ters. Fargo, Broadway Church—C. F. Sew rey. Fairmount—Joseph N. Loach. Forman—A. H. Bier. Grandin—C. H. Byers. Havana—J. W. McSeek. Leonard—J. W. Danford. Lidgerwood—M. G. Bennett. Marion Circuit—to be supplied. Lisbon—R. H. Crary. Munic Lake and Ashtabula—Francis I Boone. Milnor—Nathan Wood. Page and Erie—Z. James. Sheldon—O. L. Anthony. Revere—George A. Jeffrey. Tower City—J. G. Dingle. Valley City—James Anderson. Valley City Circuit—To be supplied. Verona and Glover—George A. Finch. Wahpeton—W. J. Hutcheson. Wyndmere—L. E. Watson. Wesley Chapel—Francis Boone. Wheatland and Absaraka—W. C. Sage. Mall County Mission.—A. L. Pardee. Mlnot District. C. E. Vermilya, superintendent. Antler—to be supplied. Bottineau—W. J. Walker. Bowbells and Coteau—T. B. Cave. Brantford and Tiffany—C. A. Arm strong. Cando—H. S. Harris. Buford Mission—F. L. Rice. Carrington—J. A. Asher. Cathay—Walter P. Mahin. Des Lacs and Rolling Green—W. E. Speaker. Columbus and Noonan—To be supplied. Churchs Ferry and Maza—M. D. Wick ard. Donnybrook and Carpio—John Morange. Glenburn—Gilmore Cunningham. Gladys and Howard—Alfred Roe. Dunseith and Thome—Montague Btek le. Grace City and Junita—To be supplied. Flora and Sheyenne—F. L. Powley. Granville and Riga—Edward Andrews Grano and Green—O. F. Smith. Harvey—W. W. Liston. Kenmare—R. C. Johnston. Kensal—H. W. Hynes. Lansford and Renville—W. L. Dennett. Leeds and York—G. E. Martin. Lostwood and Vanville—To be sup plied. Leeds Circuit—A. J. Garry. New Rockford—Frank Rines. Mlnot—T." A. Olson. Missouri Mission—To be supplied. Mohall—R. J. Stinson. Perth—Joseph Chester. Pleasant Lake and Knox—A. E. Von sum. Powers Lake—To be supplied. Ray—R. S. Pryor. Rugby—W. A. Dunett. Rolla—Roy W. Hicks. Russell' and Maxbass—C. D. Gambriel. Saline—To be supplied. Sherwood—C. B. Oakley. Sourls—To be supplied. Tagus and DradyTo be supplied, Tolley—W. A. E. Maddock. Westhope—E. G. Grimes. Velva and Voltaire—Benjamin Bab Vock. Williston—F. S. Hollett. Willow City and Oinemee—W. L. ("lough. Wimbledon and Leal—E. E. Dunden. Upham and Bantry—G. J. Stephens. LADS FACE TERM IN REFORM SCHOOL JAMES GANDY AND HERMAN PHILLEN GET THEMSELVES INTO TROUBLE. Alleged That Boys Took Some Pock. etbooks From Lucas Store ana They Must Answer to Charge. James (Jandy and Merman Phillen, lads of about' fourteen years, are in trouble, with prospects of the reform school staring them in the face. The boys, who live neighbors with their parents, will be called to answer the charge of stealing five pocket books from the Lucas store. The theft was reported to Police Chief McDonald yesterday, and he and Capt. Martinison began a'search with the result that the loot was located in possession of the boys. They got the pocket books Sat urday afternoon when the store was crowded with customers. The Gandy lad has been in trouble before and has a police record young ns he is, but so far as learned it is Phillen's first iof fense. Should Mr. Lucas lodge a complaint against the youthful offenders they will undoubtedly take up a residence across the river. Police Chief McDonald is on the •hunt for a stolen bicycle and the Gandy boy is suspected of taking it. He is known to have had a wheel in his oos session. It has been less than a month since the Gandy youth was taken to the jail on account of misconduct, but heretofore he has managed to escape punishment on account of his tender age. COMING BY FREIGHT. Landlord Patterson, who has been out on a hunting trip, telephoned from Steele just before noon that he was headed for Bismarck in his au tomobile and that the gam-e would be sent in by freight. The gentleman has been gone a week and there is^a sus picion at the MrKenzie hotel that the dining room tables will not "grown under their load" when the fruits of the hunt are laid out. Hunters gen erally report game very scarce. EVENING SLIPPERS. Webb Brothers have just received a shipment from New England. NO DYSPEPSIA OR STOMACH DISTRESS There would not be a case of in digestion here if readers who are sub ject to stomach trouble knew the tre mendous anti-ferment and digestive virtue contained in Diapepsin. This harmless preparation will digest a heavy meal without the slightest fuss or discomfort, and relieve the sourest acid stomach in five minutes, besides overcoming all foul, nauseous odors from the breath. Ask your pharmacist to show you the formula, plainly printed on each 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin, then you will readily understand why this promptly cures in digestion and re moves such symptoms as heartburn, a feeling like a lump of lead in the stomach, belching of gas and eructa tions of •'"'""•ested food, water brash, nauseau. headache, biliousness, and many other bad symptoms and, be sides, you will not need laxatives to keep your stomach, liver and intes tines clean and fresh. If your stomach is sour and full of gas, or your food doesn't digest, and your meals don't seem to fit, why not get a 50-cent case from your druggist and make life worth living? Absolute relief from stomach misery and per. feet digestion of anything you eat is sure to follow five minutes after, and, besides, one 50-cent case is sufficient to cure a whole family of such trouble. Surely, a harmless, inexpensive pre paration like Pape's Diapepsin, which will always, either at daytime or dur ing night, relieve your stomach misery and digest your meals, is about as handy and valuable a thing as you could' have in the house. CLUB MEETING POSTPONED. The Fortnightly club wishes to an nounce that the federation meeting planned for .Wednesday (tomorrow) afternoon has b-aen postponed till Fri day afternoon. October 26, and will be held in the Presbyterian chapel at 3 o'clock. EVENING SLIPPERS. Webb Brothers have just received a shipment from New England. The Markets MINNEAPOLIS CLOSE. Wheat. 1 Hard, 1.12. 1 Northern. 1.11 to 1.111-4. Arrive, 1.11 to 1.111-4. 2 Northern. 1.081-2 to 1.091-8. Arrive, 1.071-2 to 1.08 1-2. 3 Wheat, 1.05 to 1.06. 1 Durum, 1.03. 2 Durum, 1.01. Corn. 3 C. 73 1-2. 4 Corn, 71 to 72. Oats. 3 W O. 46 to 461-2. 3 Oats, 43 to 45. Barley Barley. 68 to 1.18. Rye. Rye. 93 to 93 1-2. Arrive, 931-2. Flax. Flax 2.39 1-2 arrive, 2.391-2. Z. 1.10 3-8, 12 K. 14 1-2 to 5-8. OULUTH CLOSE. Wheat. December, 1.10 3-8. May. 1.14 3-8. 1 Hard, on track, 1.12 3-8. 1 Northern, on track, 1.113-8. 2 Northern, on track, 1.08 3-8. Arrive 1 Northern, 1.113-8. Arrive 2 Northern, 1.08 3-8. 3 Wheat, 1.04 3-8. Noembar, 1.04 1-4. December, 1.02. Oata. Oats, arrive. 46 318. •:ye. Rye, arrive. 921-2 to 93 1-2. Barley. Barley, on track. 62 to 1.18. Flax. Flax, track, 2.421-2 arrive, 2.391-2 October. 2.42 1-2. November, 2.39 1-2. December 2.331-2. May, 2.29. The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel 180 MODERN ROOMS Located in Heart of BUIUMM DUtrict $1.00 S I N E RATE $1.0 0 E O A N BATE FOR TWO PERSONS $ 1 6 0 PRIVATE RATH AND TOILET EXTRA EVERT ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, STEAM HEAT, GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS, PORCELAIN LAVATORV, PAROUS" FLOOR, AND TELEPHONE SERVICE TO OF FICE AND CITY. ALL BATH ROOMS ARE FINISHED IN WHITE TILE WITH OPEN NICKEL PLATED PLUMBING. SEVEN STORT FIRE PROOF ANNEX NOW COMPLCTEO. Thunderation You cannot Qnd that word in the dictionary. But-you can find anything in Business Stationery line at our big print shop and we do the work in a jiffy—al ways deliver when promised* Call our man—phone 32. Tribune Printing Co. 4th and Broadway Firt Booth's Direct to you from the Ocean Hermetically sealed, just as they came from the shell. The sea flavor can't get out. They are all meat, no water and dust can get in. Enjoy that palatable "Salt 8ea Tang" in Booth's Guar anteed Fresh Oysters Buy Booth's Today GUSSNER'S Free Cook Book of 100 Recipes Solid silver spoon free with aluminum fish in can and l(5c in stamps. Mail it to Booth's Fisheries Co., Chicago. DANCE AT FORT The orchestra of the 14th United States Infantry regimental band, will give a dance at the post gymnasium, Wednesday evening, October 25. Tickets 50 cents. Busses will be at the Northern Pacific depot at 8:30 o'clock to furnish transportation for those who desire to go from the city. The Inward Effects of humors are worse than the outward. They en danger the whole system. Hood's Sar saparilla eradicates all humors, cures all their inward and outward effects. It is the great alterative and tonic, whose merit has been everywhere es tablished. NeW,JXJXM InViting,JX Attractive A E Atiamtl© Where everything" is new. The service un surpassed, and chef knows how to tickle your palate, so you'll come again— and regularly It's the Best in Town Atlantic Cafe 11 6 Fifth St. Anthracite Coal Owing to the mild weather, people have not filled their coal bins and a great rush is sure to come with the first Cold weather. Order Coal Now Anthracite Coal Is the Best For furnace, hot water plant, base burners, etc. One ton of Anthracite lasts longer than three of soft coal. It holds fire for hours—needs no attention—give intense heat, and is much cheap er and better because it goes so much further. Fill your bin NOW before the rush comes on Phone 115 6oodrMge Call Lbr. Co.