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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1011.
Try Tribune Want Columns. CATARRH %WAL CAPSULES Biflmdlo 24 Hours Each On rmlebean& 3WMW»ofcounmjMU A HOT IRON plain in detail the convenience, comfort and pleasure in using the Asbestos Sad Irons. The Asbestos Iron is something different frofn the or dinary iron. I holds the beat longer. It protects the hand. It never breaks or gets out of order. It is finer finished, and in fact far superior to anything in the sad iron line on the market. See Display this Week PHONE 82 Bismarck HO YO CLOTHE YOUR CHILDREN WITH CHEAP, POORLY MADE, ILLFIT TING, AND THEREFORE UNCOMFORTABLE UNDERWEAR O ARE THEY HAPPY AND HEALTHY LIKE THE MUNSIN6 CUPIDS PICTURED HERE? Innumerable users of Munsing Underwear attest its superiority over all other lines of knit underwear. Perfection of fit. Perfection of finish. Satisfaction in every thread and the buttons too. A daily addition to the already long list of pleased customers. You will never know complete and thorough underwear satisfaction until you use Munsingwear. We have a complete line for all sizes of children and grownups too. Thefitwill not wash out. A. W. LUCAS CO. MASONIC MEETING. "It's All in the Hood" A COLO HANDLE Hdw0 Quinces Just received some fresh quinces yesterday, and they are fine 3 lbs for Street Apples Finest Yakima fruit, grading as fancy," and they are sure fine per pound. Galvanic Soap The pure white laundry soap. Try it—for we have a winter's stock at a price which makes the cheaper yellow soap look ^Cft expensive. 7 bars for LiO\ Qpan Eve*'*!* Uatil t:S0. "Where Your Dollar Goes Farthest' PHONE 209 There will be a regular meeting of I I I I I I 111 Bismarck lodge No. 5, A. F. and A. M. at the Masonic hall Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. There will be work in the E. A. degree. All members are requested to be present and a cordial in itation is extended to all visiting members. New pictures of all kinds make fine, Christmas presents. Field's furniture store. The Lady in our display window explain fuliy the superiority of the Asbestos Sad Irons. If there is anything you. wish to know that she is unable to demonstrate to you, call in and we will be pleased to ex- Co 25c 'extra 6c Last Delivery at 8.00 P.M. McCONKEY & SO N 2 6 Street "OKWKBirT'fl CC •. iiinTiirn orniro nr SERMONS PLANNED SPLENDID RESULTS ATTAINED BY FIRST WEEK'S REVIVAL SERVICES. A. Lincoln Shute Will Speak on Salvation, Its Necessity and Condi tions of Attainment. Th-a six sermons delivered this week by Dr. Shute have been noted ly the Tribune and the series for next week are given below. The general theme: The devil—the Christ and the Holy Spirit—our relation to each and his work. Salvation—its necessity, cost 1 and diving and human conditions of attainment. I The subjects are as follows: Sunday morning. Another Friend. Sunday night. The devil—our ad versary. Is there a personal devil— his origin, character, work and destiny —and our relation to him. Monday night.—The devil at work is salvation needed? Tuesday night.—Christ at work— What benefit is Christ's death to me —what did salvation cost? Wednesday night—The Holy Spirit at work—how must I feel in. order to be saved?—God takes the first step for salvation. Thursday night.—We also must act if we would Be Saved—God's ultima tum—what does it mean to repent. Friday night.—What do-as it mean to believe?—What is the simple faith that is as simple as a marriage en gagement? By this outline it will be seen that the general subject runs through the, entire week, yet each special subject is as far as possible, complete with in itself. The sermons of th-a past week have been able and the people have been profited. The singing has been improving from night to night and all the sing ers should be at the church this even ing and join with the leader, Mr. Johnston, in practice for next week. There have been a number of con versions and the outlooK for great re sults are bright. FRUITS IN COLORS Appropriate harmony in the dining room. Paintings at Field's. NeW,MMM Inviting, Attractive A E 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 116 Fifth St. BISMAKCK DAILY TRIBUNE CROCKARDACQUIRES TNE RALEIGH HERALD SLOPE NEWSPAPER MAN NOW HAS STRING OF FIVE LIVE PUBLICATIONS. Boosts for Betterment of Slope Court try and Development of the Various Towns. Editor C. H. Crockard of Douglas, New England, Elgin, Leith and Ra leigh was an arrival in the city on the Mott train Friday evening and tpent the night in- the city, departing on the north Soo Saturday morning for Douglas, where he will spend Sun day. Editor Crockard, who last week published the first issue of the Leith Index, this week purchased the Ra leigh Herald from C. H. Knight, and has increased his string of live and newsy publications to five in num ber. Mr. Crockard is a live booster and the columns of his papers are strong factors in the development of the various communittes wherein they are published. SUNDAr SCHOOL CLASS ROYALLY ENTERTAINED M'GILLIS HOME ON EIGHTH wn ST., IS SCENE OF HAPPY GATHERING Many Novel forms of Entertainment Amused Guests and Delightful Sup per was Served. Friday evening members of .tw Sunday school classes of the Presby terian church, conducted by Mesdames Minnie Clark Budlong and F. R. Smyth, were entertained in a hapy manner by Miss Isabelle McGillis at her home on Eighth street. There was nearly a score of young people in attendance. The evening was spent in playing various games, several nov el forms of entertainment being pro vided, including various Hallowe'en stunts in keeping with the spirit of the recent holidav. At a late hour the guests partook of an enjoyable sup. per, quip and jest enlivening the feast of good things, after which they de parted for their respective homes. LITTLE GIRL FALLS FROM SECOND STORY W O E A O DAUGHTER OF MR. AND MRS. D. T. OWENS SERIOUSLY INJURED. Little Tot Was Playing Upstairs and It Is Thought She Lost Her Balance and Plunged Through Open Window, Blodwin Jane Owens, the 2-year-oid daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Owens, who reside on Fourth street, north, was probably fatally injured late Fri day afternoon en *he fell from a window on the second floor of the Owens home, and plunged headlong to the cement sidewalk below, almost crushing her skull. It is "not kflown how the terrible accident occurred, but it is thought that th£ youngster was playing in one of the upstairs rooms and approached too near the window. Both the inner window and the storm window were wide open, and she evidently was looking out and lost her balance. It was thought at first that the lit tle one's skull had been crushed in, and she was rushed to a local hospital and wag operated on last evening. She was resting easier this morning, but there is little hope expressed that she will recover. The mother, who was in a neighboring room at the time of the calamity, was prostrated when she discovered wftat had happened. DELEGATES ANNOUNCED FOR TRANS MISSISSIPPI MEET ANNOUNCEMENT OF APPOINT- MENTS WAS MADE A CAP- ITOL SATURDAY. Residents of Towns Bordering on River Are the Ones Who Are Most Interested in Commercial Congress. Governor Burke has named the fol lowing delegates to .represent the state of North Dakota at the twenty second annual session of the Trans mississippi Commercial congress to be held at Kansas City, November 14 to 17, inclusive: Capt. I. P. Baker of Bismarck. W. A. Lantermann of Mandan. Joseph Mann of Washburn. John Satterlund of Washburn. F. L. Mackey of Garrison. Senator E. S. Neal of Garrison. Ralph D. Ward of Garrison. Mayor J. W. Jackson of Williston. John Bruegger of WilUston. A. O. Anderson of Williston. Benjamin Stoelting of Stoeltington. Major John Carignan of Fort Yates. E. S. Underbill of Cannoball. P. S. Rooks of Linton. L. H. Connolly of Mandan. MAKES HOME HERE. Rev. Nelson E. Ellsworth, rector of St. George's Episcopal church, who recently returned to the city, is mak ing his home for the present at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Bradley Marks on Fourth street, North. Catarrh is an excessive secretion, accompanied with chronic inflamma tion, from the mucous membrane. Hood's Sarsaparilla acts on the mu-FOR cous membrane through the blood, re duces inflammation, establishes healthy action, and radically cures all cases of catarrh. Rev. A. Lincoln Shute Preaches Each Night at 8 o'clock Sunday, November 5th, 10:30 a. m. 7:30 p.m. Monday, November 6th. Tuesday, November 7th. God has a message for the peo ple of Bismarck. Th preacher is his prophet to preach the preaching which God bids. Some are heeding the message and finding eternal life for two worlds. Why should not yon have this inheritance? "He that hath the Son hath tb» Life he that hath not the Son God hath not the life" BICKFORD TRIAL COST COUNTY LARGE SUM COUNTY AUDITOR FLAHERTY*' FIGURES UP EXPENSE OF $3 201.57. Noted Case Against Pornw Stattf Treasurer Added Expense for Taxpay-1 er* of County. Burleigh county up to data has paid costs in the case of the state against ExtSate Treasurer Bickford in the cum of $3,201.57. It will be recalled that the Bickford case started In Bur leigh district court. Later a change of venue was taken to McLean county and the case was tried there, the de ferdant being convitced. The amount of court #)sts and at torney fees in Burleigh county ia $1,149.26. The change of venue costs from McLean couaty is $2,052.31. Auditor' Flaherty received the cost bill from Washburn this week. The case was tried before Judge Crawford of Dickinson. Bickford was convicted of embezzzlement and sentenced to serve an indeterminate term of from one to three years in th state pen itentiary. An appeal was taken to the supreme court and Bickford is now out on bail. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. There will be a meeting of all Knights of Columbus of this city who are interested in the organization of a local lodge. Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at St. Mary'3 school hall. A attendance of all th-a knights is desired. thelarge CHANGE OF TIME The schedule for the capital trolley car wil be slightly changed Monday. The car wil leave the capitol ten min utes before twelve and instead of 1:20 it will return five minutes earlier. Hot Chocolate is good. Sure, Friday. November 10th. "WHAT DOE S IT MEAN TO BELIEVE that is as simple as a marriage engagement?" Jlil'l*" 8 TO GUSSNER'S FOR SOAP Free toile* cake Palmolive, with each 25c purchase of Galvanic. TO LATE TOO CLASSIFY. CALENDAR SALESMAN A big opportunity, liberal proposi tion. A man to sell our De Luxe cal endars and advertising novelties in Bismarck and surrounding territory. Season opens December 26th. Now arranging contracts. References re quired. John Baumgarth, Company, 518-20. S. Dearborn St., Chicago. WANTED—Man to travel in North Dakota. Good pay and tailor made suit in 90 days. Experience unnec essary. Candies, soaps, grccery specialties. J. E. McBrady & Co., Chicago, 111. RENT—4-room house, corner of 11th and Broadway. Phone 407. FOR SALE—Two good lignite heaters. Inquire 808 Second St. Phone 434. The Devil The Christ The Holy Spirit What are They Doing? What is your relation to each and hiswork? Questions of Eternal Import For Ou Consideration This Week "THE E I A W O of the human heart and life? I S A WORK, salvation cost?" Thursday, November 9th. "GOD'S ULTIMATUM act if we would be saved." Wednesday, November 8th. "THE HOLY S I I A WORK. How must I feel in order to be saved? God takes the first step for our salvation." The Place McCabe M. E. Church Thayer and Fifth Street COME EACH N1QHT AND BRING A FRIEND A N O E FRIEND". "THE DEVIL, OUR ADVERSARY Is There a Personal Devil? What is his Origin, Character, Work of Destiny, and what is your Relation to Him?" •am I a sinner or not? What is the natural state Is salvation needed?" What benefit is Christ's death to me? What did What does it mean to repent? Then we must WE LOAN MONEY To our Policy Holders at 5 per cent. Make pro vision for old age. BU A 20-PAYMENT POLICY in the First National Life and Accident Insurance Co. All values are Guaranteed. Nothing is Estimated. All Policies secured by a deposit with the state. We pay your Premiums when disabled by acci dent or disease. You get jour mon^y in 20 years. I want to see you and show you that I have the BEST. T. BENDLE-JONES, State Manager State Headquarters, Bismarck, N. Dak. Address Suite 4 and 5 Tribune Bldg. Phone 147 Good Opening for Good Agents JlTt A. H. Johnston Hear his solos and help sing under his leadership each evening at 7:30 Just what is the saving faith The Devil, the Christ, and the Holy Spirit each has very dis tinct mission in this world. Would it not be the part of wisdom to 'consider very carefully our indi vidual relation to each-just where we stand. "As though God were entreat ing by us: W beseech you on behalf of Christ, be reconciled to God" FECIAL! Fancy Cream Cheese, per lb 20c Fancy Brick Cheese, per lb 20c Fancy Swiss Cheese, per lb 30c International Welch Rabbit, in tin foil, each 15c Club Cheese, medium, per jar 20c .Roquefort Cheese, per jar 20c B. N. Brand Pimento, per jar 20c FRES PEACHES Special, per crate 75c Armour's Vigorafl Seef Cubes Just add a little hot water for beef tea, fine for gravies and cooking purposes. Concentrated strength GUSSNER'S Phone 60