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Eisrht cf. iP-.l fee •3 -•'Sii The CLEVER CLOTHES SHOP a CAPT. RICHMOND PEARSON HOBSON. The Congressman of Spanish-Ameri can War Fame to Lecture Here. It is not necessary for us to re count the record made by Capt. Uobson (then lieutenant) in the Spanish-American war, and of his triumphal tour of America shortly following. We would like to say, however, that if our readers have the opinion of Hobson that most news paper men seem to wish them to have, they will be agreeably surprised. Like most noted men, he has suf fered from misrepresentation he, more than others. He is not a bully, or a dude, or a jingo nor did he per form the kissing acts of which he was accused. He himself is the strong est contradiction to all those libels. When you see and hear him you will see and hear a polished South ern christian gentleman, manly, mod est, handsome, of. military bearing, an orator of first rank, with an earn est, helpful message that will set you on fire. He is fighting for the purity of the American home, for all that is good in our American national life, and he is not afraid to lead in any crusade of real reform. In Lyceum Course, November 14, 1911. It's Getting Cold You'll have more money to buy coal with if you "G See" For Underwear, Sheep lined coats Overcoats, Sweaters, Shoes Groceries Underwear Mittens a This store will save you money on anything yon bay. "0oSee" ANNOUNCEMENT Pursuing our policy of always being pro gressiVe and giving our patrons the most meriiorous merchandise, We haVe secured the agency for the famous Walk Over JXSHOESJX Our first shipment has been received and noW on inspection. It Will giVe us great pleasure to serVe the Vast number of wal% OVer customers WhohaVe been buying them elseWhere"'also those Who are interested in "that better class of shoes/3 Yours For WALKOVERS O I 9 I A A BURKE MAKES SOME MORE APPOINTMENTS FILLS NUMBER OF VACANCIES EXISTING ON VARIOUS STATE BOARDS John Dolan of Bismarck, is Named as a Member of the State Board of Barbers' Examiners. Gov. Burke has made the following lappointments to vacancies on state boards. R. A. Bolton, Jamestown, member of the state board of osteopathic ex aminers. John C. Dolan, Bismarck, A* N. Ecker, Minot, Edward Richardson, Devils Lake, members of the board of barbers examiners. E. L. Sweeney, member of White Stone Hill Battlefield commission. ROMANCE REACHES CULMINATION HERE YOUNG PEOPLE HAD NOT SEEN EACH OTHER FOR ELEVEN YEAR8. Ceremony Was Perrofmed in Bismarck Thursday Evening—Couple Will Re-|and' side Hare. A romance which had its beginning over a decade ago reached its culmi nation in the marriage of Charles E. Brady, formerly of San Francisco, and now of Bismarck, and Miss Maud Kee nan of Aberdeen. The ceremony was performed at the Dakota block and was performed by Rev. Charles Willis Harris. The young people will make their fuutre home in this city, the groom being employed at the French and Welch hardware store. Mr. and Mrs. Brady had been friends since youth, but Mr. Brady went west, and they had not seen each other for 11 years prior to the day they were married in this city. BIJOU E A E THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16 MORT H. SINGER Presents THE CLEVER COMEDIAN HARRY BOULGE and his excellent company of fifty-two with complete Metropolitan production in The Suits Overshoes Caps, etc. Flirting Princess First time here. A varitable triumph in musical comedy, PRICES 50c, $1.00, $1.50Jamestown. Seats oa Sale Monday at Knowles Haaeys. I.IIJIJHUBHWWMWIIW11IHI I I ill niwmi BISMARCK,. NO. DAK. •j »J. »j. »j» »j» THE WEATHER. «j« »j» »j» j« »j« »$»•}• «$• PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. Willis L. Moore.Chief of United States Weather Bureau. Bismarck, N. D., Friday, November 28, 1911. All observations taken at 8 (75th meridian time). A Bismarck ...—10 CaJlagary ...—22 Des Moines. 32 Devils Lake.— 8 Havre —16 Miles City.. Moonhead 2 Ttapid City.. 2 St. Paul.... 14 Williston ...—14 Winnipeg .. a. m. E W 12 NWj 6 N 5 W 18 NW 4 .04 0 .01 .16 .01 Cldy Clear Cldy Clear Cldy Missing W 10 N 4 E 8 W 8 SE 4 Missing .24 .02 .08 .01' .74 Clear Cldy Snow Clear dear A—Stations. B—Lowest temperature last night. C—Direction of wind. D—Velocity of wind. E—Precipitation in last 24 hours. F—State of weather. Weather Forecast: For North Dakota—Generally fair continued cold tonight and Satur day. For Bismarck and vicinity—Gener ally fair and continued cold tonight and Saturday. Weather Conditions. Quite well settled weather condi tions prevail throughout the upper Missouri valley tills morning. An area of high pressure, accompanied by the usual low temperatures, over lies North Dakota, Montana, Alberta and Saskatchewan. The storm is mov ing eastward and is now over the Lake region. The indications are??? ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official in Charge. COMMERCIAL CLUBS RESPOND GENEROUSLY LIBERAL DONATIONS SENT IN JO DEFRAY EXPENSE OF EX HIBIT CAR Superintendent Gilbreoth Deeply Grat ified over Prompt Answers to His Letters. Superintendent of Agriculture Gil breath is meeting with good success in raising funds to help meet the ex-affording pense of the governors' train which makes a trip through the east with an exhibit of North Dakota products and to advertise the state's resources. This is regarded as one of the great est advertising tours ever made, and is participated in by oil the northwest ern states. Govern Burke will accom pany the train and the North Dakota exehibit is now being placed in the car by Mr. Gilbreath.. The responses to his invitation for contributions is most gratifying to both Governor Burke and Supt. Gil breath, for they like to feel that their efforts to give the state a proper re presentation throughout the east is appreciated. Other responses will un doubtedly come in which will awell the amount to $1,050 or $1,200. All whothe are familiar with conditions will agree that it is money well invested. Pol lowing are the contributions received up to noon. Bismarck Commercial Club $100 E. Y. Sarles for commercial club of hillsboro $100. John Ercegger, commercial club, Wil liston, 100 Commercial club $60. A. M. Wheelan, Towner $50. Dickinson Commercial dub $60. -,.r1lgmff1ajltM.||.piU».^»-tUBljar!ri»fc«WVI«.l«tHgWII«lWSt- i«7.f.3. 3 GET-TOGETHERBANQUET FOR MILITIA MEMBEBS LOCAL GUARDSMEN ARE PLAN NING INTERESTING WORK FOR WINTER MONTHS Non-Commissioned O cers School is To Be Held During Winter—Basket Ball Team Commences Practice. Monday evening after the regular drill at the Armory, the members of Company A, 1st. Inf., N. D. N. G., will be tendered' a banquet at Hom an's cafe, wthere they will be the guests of the officers and non-commis sioned officers of the organization. The luncheon will be in the nature of a get-together banquet and will be the first of a series of similar affairs which will be held during the winter to promote the social side of the company's gatherings. The new drill manual/ which is now being used and studied comprises many changes in tactics, and there is a great deal of study connected with the regular drill as a result—ot least until the new manual has been mas tered. Commencing Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock there will be a non-commis sioned officers school held each week attend the school'. The first course of study consists of the drill manual, field service regulations, and other manuals will be studied. team, aud some interesting games will be scheduled during the winter. There is a wealth of new material in the company now and a good team is assured. Some interesting games be tween company teams may also be ar ranged and at the present time there is a move on foot to start a cham pionship series between the non-com missioned officers and the privates. The privates claim that they have the best material, but the noncoms stand to dispute this claim, and a series of games may be 'held to de termine the matter. The company this year will be re cruited up to full strength before the first of the year. Five mewrecruitB were sworn in last Monday night, and there are several more applications at hand to take the other available places. The fact that next summer the company wil Ibe given a trip out side the state—and indications at the ipresent point to camp near Oregon City, Oregon, has aroused the young men in the city tp hand in their appli cations. There are only a few places left to be filled, and there is consider able rivalry among the applicants to see who will be accepted. Legal QuToolo. She (making upi—And you will ad mit you were wrong? He (a young lawyer)—No. but I'll admit that an unintentional error might nave un knowingly crept into my assertion. The Reason. Daughter—Father went off in good humor this morning. Mother—My! That reminds me. 1 forgot to ask him for any money.—Christian Advo cate. CONING TO BISMARCK FAMOUS TRU8T EXPERT SPECIAL 1ST WILL BE AT THE McKEN ZIE HOTEL MONDAY-NOVEMBER 20 ONE DAY ONLY Remarkable oucceis of This Talented Expert in Pitting and Retain ing Ruptures. OFFERS HIS SERVICES FREE OF MARGE RUPTURE IS CURABLE Sys Seeley of Chicago, the noted' rup ture expert who fitted the Czar of Russia with a Seeley Spermatic Shield Truss. The Spermatic Shield Truss as now used and approved1 by the United States government will not only re tain any case of rupture perfectly, immediate relief but closes the opening in ten daysetaoin Closes the Opening in Ten Days on the average caBe. The peculiar anatomical construcUxra of the Sper matic Shield Pad adopted by the not ed rupture expert, Dr. P. H. Seeley, of Chicago, will gladly be shown free of charge and fitted, if desired, by the experienced truss specialist, Mr. A. R. Goodale. Many original references open to any one for inspection. No matter what others may have told you, no matter what experience you may have had with the common trade trusses, it will be to your ad vantage to see him at once. Have it forever settled in your mind. If your case is incurable he will give you such aavice as may relieve and stay rupture. Do not put off this duty you owe yourself or friends or rela tives who are suffering because of your trouble, as a visit this time will help you. Remember, this free offer is for one day only. Minor ladies must come with their husbands, anu minors wltto their par ents. All charity cases fitted without charge. Lady assistant. Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p.m. SSSfflS Sigmar^ latht SIrihwtg at the Armory, and any of the privates who may be interested in studying popular members of ih-s board of arbi with the non-coms are privileged to —d It has been decided that the com- MANY BASEBALL FANS WILL MEET AT SAN ANTONIO, Tex., Nov. 10.— From every part of the country word is being received from baseball men and fans coming to the national base ball convention to be held here No vember 15-18. Tim Murnane, sport ing editor of the Boston Globe, has promised to bring about 40 baseball enthusiasts in his party that is com ing by way of the Ma'.lory steamship line from New York to Galveston. J. Cul Ewing of San Francisco, a direc tor of the California league and presi dent of th« San Francisco baseball c'ub, has sent notice that a special car will be chartered to bring the Frisco baseball magnates and fans. C. R. Wil liams of Roanoke, Va., president of the Virginia baseball league, wrote that the Virginians coming to the convention would more than fill one car. James H. O'Rourke of Bridge port, Conn., said to be one of the most l--" tration an a ball player with a rec ord that few can excell, will be here, with a party of Conecticut fans, and will very likely make one of the two teams to be organized here by Mur- a a E in 0 a pany will again have a basket ball] ^^J^^fJ?11^^'. exhi™tl™ W Kavanaugh of Little Rock, Ark., pres ident, of the Southern Association of Baseball clubs, and a member of the board of arbitration, also has prom ised to attend and he will "bring a party of Arkansas travelers that will give a good account of themselves and of their state." Among disinguished ball players of earlier days on the diamond that have made plans to attend the convention is "Pop" Anson, said by many to be the greatest ball player the country has ever known. An effort is to be made to get him to do a baseball "stunts" on the stage of one of the. local theaters during the convention and it is believed this will be one of the greatest treats that could be given the visitors. It appears probable that between 1,060 and 2,000 baseball enthusiasts and fans will be gathered here dur ing the convention. IS GIVtN REPRIEVE (By Associated Press.) SEWANEB, Tenn., Nov. 1—Presi dent Taft today granted a 90 day re prieve to Mrs. Mattie E. Lomal, a negress of Washington, sentenced to die for the murder of her husband. If the sentence had been carried out Mrs. Lomax would have been 'the first woman to suffer capital punish ment in the District of Columbia, since the execution of Mrs. Surratt for com plicity in the assassination of Lincoln. TAFTW ill TALK TO THE STUDENTS (By Associated Press.) NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 10—Pres ident Taft left here today for Sewa nee, Tenn., where he will address the students of the University of the South. A plea that the president "say a word for women" while he was talk ing on peace here last night, was without result, for Taft ignored the letter passed into his hands until aft er he had completed his formal ad dress. UNKNOWN SHIP GOE S ASHORE (By Associated Press.) NEW YORK, Nov. 10.—A steamar was reported ashore between Fire Is land and Long Beach t»/ the French steamer Venezia, when jhe arrived off quarantine today. Captain Sagols of the Venezia said the stranded vessel had two masts and one funnel but that it was too foggy to distinguish her nama. She was high in the bow and stern and low amidships, apparently brjkML SOUGHT ASSISTANCE Finlander Came From Duluth to Man dan and Was Stranded Today a Finlander who can speak little English called at the State house to seek assistance. From what could be made from his story he was sent to Mandan from Duluth to work for the Northern Pacific in track con struction. For some reason be was not used and he found himself strand ed. He paid an employment agency in Duluth $3 for the position. The boys in the railway commission's of fice gave the stranger money enough to procure food and pay his way to Wilton, where it is thought he can get work in the coal mines. New and Second hand goods bought and sold'. Dewey Haywood, 306, So. 8th St, Phone 437 L. iji8teiijUi5i*iilil^ 3 BALDWIN Rain and snow is delaying! the fall work a great deal, have just finished cutting their flax and a great many have to thresh yet. Mr Will Frieke threshed his flax last Monday and it was a fine yield, going 19 bushels to the acre. School No. 2 closed last Friday. Miss Heliing taught this school and now some of the pupils will attend school No. 3, taught by Miss Bartell. Miajs Emma Bartell visited in the capital city last week, returning Mon day morning. Don't miss the supper given by the ladies aid at Baldwin Hotel next Friday from 5 to 10 o'clock. Mrs. Ed. Anderson has returned to her home from' Bismarck, where she lias been at one of the hospitals. A brother of Mr. Frich's .rom Iowa is here. He has sold his farm in Iowa and has some intention of in vesting in land in this vicinity. GORDON ST- WTheN rl SAINT PAUL, MINN. Holiday Photographs at the HOLMBOE STUDIO The Holidays are rapidly approaching. Why not get rid of the Xmas gift worry at once? A fine photograph of yourself will make an acceptable holiday remembrance. You are cordially invited to call and look over our line of holiday styles, which includes some absolutely new and exception ally beautiful ideas. An early sitting will insure you our very best attention. STUDIO OPPOSITE HOTEL McKENZIE FIFTH ST. PHONE 264 CLOSING OUT SHOE S A E Women's, Men's, Boys' Children's SHOES at BI DISCOUNTS Overshoes, everything in foot wear almost at your own price Come and see and buy CARLJUHNK E Fift St. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911. FURS PAUL When Seal Is Seal! HE a fur carries the Gordon label—you may know it. dealers in yourtownwho sell "Gordon Furs" do not mis represent. They do not sell rabbit as seal, and muskrat as mink. Because they follow the Gordon Pure Fur Law They buy furs and sell them for what they really ARE. Look for the Gordon Fur dealer in your town. Write for our booklet, "Tk$ Truth About Precious and Semi-Precious Furs.'* Gordon & Ferguson CHINESE CITY WITHOUT (Continued from page I.) here last night on board a British war ship, issued statement to the for eign consuls making a formal procla mation of the independence of Canton and Kwang Tung province. British sailors, with four rapid fire guns, are Many farmers' guarding the foreign quarter at Can ton. The revolutionists have assumed control of Admiral Lichutfs headquar ters and hoisted the republican flag over the admiral's offices. Situati.n More Serious. LONDON, Nov. 10.—The situation at Tien Tsin appears more serious. Dispatches today say ball cartridges have been issued to the legation guards. The papers sea a occasion for serious concern when the heir to the throne so demonstratively shows his discontent with the policy of the emperor and his responsible advisers, and express a fear that the impression has been giv en abroad that the future emperor is heading a German war party. Invade Nanking Suburbs. SAN FRANCISCO, Cal., Nov. 10.— A dispatch from Shanghai received by the Chinese Free Press here today, says the revolutionary forces have in vaded the suburbs of Nanking and are pressing hard on Purple Hill, where the imperial troops are entrenched. THE GEM STUDIO IS CLOSED. Fine postal cards made now at But ler Studio in the Hare block.