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WOODWARD, ANNOUNCE THEMES FOR FINAL REVIVAL MEETING ENSUING WEEK WILL BRING EVANGELISTIC SERVICES TO AN END. Many Important Topics Will Be Dis cussed—Splendid Music Is Assured. Every One Is Welcome. Great themes challenge the atten tion during the coming and last week til' the revival services at the McCabs Memorial church. The general outline of topics is— "born of God—Sons of God—knowing God—sanctified wholly to God—con tinuous triumph with and for God." The daily program is: Sunday morning (Nov. 12th),—"Con st cration—a living sacrifice." Sunday evening.—"To be born of God—is it a necessity?—the greatest involution ever achieved." Monday night.—"How can God for give sins?—the sweetest words ever spoken." Tuesday night.—"Sons of God—the highest honor ever bestowed upon man." Wednesday night.—"Knowing God by the testimony of his Spirit—the experience that made Methodism and revived the churches." CAPT. RICHMOND PEARSON 1 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. Hobson (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 genUeman, 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. Is prepared to Supply All Your Needs in SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS, HAND PAINTED CHINA, WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY Kodaks and Kodak Supplies See Our Beautiful Line of Souvenir Spoons WUODWARD.—JEWELER AND 0PT1C1AN,«»PH0NE 448 Thursday night.—"Knowing God by the testimony of our own spirits. How the testimony of the Spirit of God is corroborated to us. Keeping our re-Daokta. igioug experience up to .date." Friday night.—"Why are men not saved—what is the only thing that stands between any man and God?" ++*+++*+*++*+++0+++*++++ FOR BARGAINS TJ/E TtELIABLg JEWELEK Sunday morning (Nov. lath), "Sanc tified wholly to God.' Sunday evening. (7:30 p. m.)—"The continuous triumph with and for God —how it is achieved." Attend every service possible and bring others. $100 AN ACRE CLUB IS NOW INCORPORATED OBJECTS OF ASSOCIATION IS BETTERMENT OF FARMING CONDITIONS. Headquarters of Association Will Be Locat at Fargo—Society Urges Crop Diversification. Articles of incorporation have been filed with the secretary of state for the North Dakota Hundred Dollar An Acre association. The head place of business is Fargo. The objects of the association is the dissemination of In formation among and the educaton of the farmers of the state upon the sub ject of modern scientific methods as applied to agriculture the promoting of better and more profitable cultiva tion of the soil, including rotation and diversification of crops, raising of live stock and joultry, manufacture of dairy products and other like sub jects pertaining to the development of scientific agriculture in all of North There are 21 directors as follows: .1. E. Phelan, Bowman. P. Bertelson, Kenmare. H. C. McCartney, Oakes. F. W. Cathro, Bottineau. R. C. Kittee. Casselton. R. S. Adams, Lisbon. E. Y. Sarles, Hillsboro. J. Nierling, Jamestown. E. J. Weiser. Fargo. C. B. McMillan, Hannah. C. W. Kelly, Devils Lake. C. L. Timmerman, Mandan. J. A'ustin Regan, Fessenden. L. M. Davis, Minot. W. L. Richardson, Dickinson. A. R. Rogers, Minneapolis P. L. Howe, Minneapolis. H. S. Helm, Minneapolis. Milton Griggs, St. Paul. F. A. Patrick, Duluth. The corporation has no capital stock and at least fifteen of the di rectors must be residents of North Da kota. THE TIME IS HERE When women have waited for big bargains in good winter coats can get them at half price and all big reduc tions. See our ready-to-wear ad in this paper. A. W. LUuAS & CO. THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING. Talk No. 1. Avoid liquid bluing. Every drop of water is adulterated. Half a cent's worth of blue in a large bottle filled with water is sold for 5 cents or 10one. cents in many places. Always use RED CROSS BALL BLUE, the blue that's all blue. A large two-bz. package, all blue, sells for S cents or 4.oz. for 10 cents. De lights the laundress. ALL GROCERS. Th Markets +++++*++++++*++*+*»s»+++»+++++++++S MINNEAPOLIS CL08E Wheat. 1 Hard. 1.05 1-4. 1 Northern, 1.04 3-4. Arrive, 1.04 1-4 to 104 3-4. 2 Northern, 1.02 to 1.02 3-4. Arrive, 1.013-4 to 1.02 3-4. 3 Wheat, 97 to 99 3-4. 1 Durum, 1.00 arrive, 1.00. 2 Durum, 98 a.rriv.. 98. Corn. 3 "%. 4 Corn' 72 arrive, 60B. Oats 3 W O, 45 1-2 to 46 1-2. Barley. Barley. 75 to 1.17. Rye. Rye. 85 to 86 arrive, 84 3-4. Flax. Flax. 2.021-2 arrive, 2.011-2. Z, 1.03 3-4 K, 1.08 3-8 to 1.02. DULUTH CLOSE Wheat. December. 1.03 3-8. May, 1.07 5-8. 1 Hard, on track, 1.05 3-8. 1 Northern, on track and arrive, 1.04 3-8. 2 Northern, on track and arrive, 1.01 3-8. Wheat. 97 3-8. Spot, Durum No. 1, 1.0°. Spot, Durum No. 2, 98. November, 1.02N December. 99a. May. 1.02 1-2. Oats Oats, arrive, 45 3-4. Rye. Rye. on track. 84 to 86. Barley. Barley, on track, 64 to 1.18. *«U Flax, on track. 2l031-2. Arrive, 2.091-1 December, 2.O01-2 May, 2.04B. December. 1.04 3-4 low, 103 3-8*, MANY TEACHERS TOOK EXAMINATIONS LARGE NUMBER OF APPLICANTS FOR CERTIFICATES TO TEACH. Examinations Were Held at Court House Thursday and Friday of the Current Week. Following is the li3t of teachers who took the examination in Burleigh county in the elementary grades. The examinations were Thursday and Fri day of this week: Alma Lyman. Jane McRae. Mrs. Mattie Bigler. Iva Beall. Alica McNally. Burdie Gunderson. Edna Childs. Agnes Anstrom. Russell Covell. Iva Poe Casey. Ina M. Stone. Joyce Smart. Ida B. Reynolds. Florence Pate. A. G. Somermeyer. Josephine Peterson. Helen Dawson. E. C. Fogarty. George Scott. Leo J. Dempsey. The Churches ST. MARY'S CATHEDRAL. 8:30 a. Early Mass. 10:30 a. m— High Mass. 2:00 p. m.—Sunday school. 7:30 p. m—Vespers and Benedic tion REV. M. J. HILTNER, Rector. ST. GEORGE'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH 11:00 a. m.—Holy communion and sermon CHRIST CHURCH. MANDAN, 10:30 a. m— Sunday school. 7:30 p. m.—Evening prayer and ser mon. REV. NELSON E. ELLSWORTH, Rector. EVANGELICAL CHURCH. 10:00 a. m.—Sunday school. 11:00 a. m.—Morning worship. 3:00 p. m.—Chapel services at the Bismarck hospital. 6:30 p. m.—Young People's Alli ance. 7:30 p. —Evening worship. Everyone is cordially invited to all these services. R. W. TEICHMANN, Solo—Miss Ketchum. Anthem—Choir. All are invited. •'fix''*- lUiinarrk lattu Pastor. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH. Service in the Norwegian language at the court house hall on Sunday No vember 12, at 7:30 p. m. All welcome. O. G. BELSHEIM, Pastor. PRESBYTERFAN CHURCH. Morning worship at 10:45. Sermon, "The House of Rimmon. Te Deum—Choir. Sunday school at 12. Christian Endeavor at. 6:45. Evening praise. Sermon "At Feast." the C. W. HARRIS, Pastor. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. Corner of Fourth street and Avenue B. Bruce Edmund Jackson, paator. A church with an open door to every- Morning worship at 10:45. Theme of the sermon. "The Message of the Bit SHOE SALE To close our large stock at sacrifice prices, you get Heavy Discounts On all shoes, and foot wear in the store. Come in and see OVERSHOES OVEROAITERS LEGQ1NS RUBBERS Prices and Quality cannot be duplicated in this town. You make a mistake to buy without getting our discount prices. CARL JUHNKE Ftfth Street Every lady in Bismarck should have one of these MESH BAGS to carry on her social calls or shopping trips. It adds to her appearance and places her in a class with the people to whom articles that are beautiful as well as useful make their appeal. Our mesh bags are differ ent to those carried else where, as they don't pull loose around the frame, and the mesh is guaranteed not to pull apart. See them at KNOWLES & HANEY'S Jewelry Store Bismarck, N. D. Snow." Sunday school at 12 m. No better time to join a Sunday school that is doing things. B. Y. P. U. at 6:30. A cordial welcome to all young people. Evening worship at 7:30. Theme of the sermon, "Ahitophel: A Study in Character." We earnestly invite you to join with us in these services. Strangers in the city espe cially welcome. Our church is three blocks north of the Grand Pacific ho tel. M'CABE METHODIST CHURCH. A. Lincoln Shute, Pastor. 10:30 a. in.—"Consecration—ALiv ing Sacrifice." 12:10 p. m.—Sunday school. 3:30 p. m.—Junior league. 4:00 p. m.—Class meeting 6:30 p. m.—Epworth league. 7:30 p. m.—"To Be Bom ofGod —Is It a Necessity? The Greatest Revolution Ever Achieved." This be gins the last week the evangelistic campaign. Mr. Johnston will lead the service of song each evening at 7:30. The sermon begins about 8 o'clock. Great themes challenge the attention of all thinking minds: Born of God— Sons of God—Knowing God_Why are men not saved? Our vital relation to God is a matter of the most serious import for two worlds. The reader of this is invited to come each even ing. HUNTING ACCIDENT. Deer River, Minn., Nov. 11.—John Redmark of Deer River was instantly killed and his companion Charles Lin dalil dangerously wounded while (hunt ing at Bowstring Lake, 12 miles from here. They had 'killed a moose and were dressing It when they were fired on by a party of unidentified hunters, who mistook them for big game. HUNTERS FIND GOLD. Minneapolis, Nov. 11.—Seven Min neapolis hunters aay they found gold In Koochiching county in the northern part of Minnesota last week, though they doubt whether the deposit can be reduced commercially at a profit. The discoverers are not touying any land or starting any rush for the new Klondike. 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 ig the great alterative and tonic, whose merit has been everywhere es tablished. STEAMER FOUNDERED. LONDON, Nov. 11.—The British steamer Fairport, carrying a crew of thirty, is believed to have foundered in a gale near Dogger Bank. DON'T EXPERIMENT You will Make No Mistake if You Fol low this Bismarck Citizen's Advice Never neglect *our kidneys, If you have pain in the back, urin ary disorders, dizziness and nervous ness, it's time to act and no time to experiment. These are common symp toms of kidney trouble, and you should seek a remedy which is recom mended for the kidneys. Dean's Kid ney Pills is the remedy to use. No need to experiment. It has cured manv stubborn cases in Bismarck. Follow the advice of a Bismarck citi zens Mrs. J. Kenyon, Dakota Block, Main St., Bismarck, N. D., says: "I know that Doan's Kiney Pills area good kidney medicine. They have been used in my family for pains in the back, trouble with the kidney se cretions and other symptoms of kid ney complaint. The best of results have always followed*. I bave seen how effective Doan's KWney Pills are in cases of this kind and feel justi fied in giving them my endorsement" For sale hy all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. ., -*,'-/i-. Remember the name—Doan s—and take no other. ».v*^« WELL KNOWNffflNEER DIED THIS MORNING MRS. DAN SULLIVAN PASSED AWAY AT FAMILY RESI DENCE ON FIRST STREET. House Wherein She Expired Is Said To Be the Oldest Building in the Capital City. Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, one of the pioneer residents of Bismarck, is dead at the family residence on First street. The deceased was aged about 65 years and was well known to the Older residents. The house in which she died is said to be the oldest in Bismarck. She leaves 'her husband to mourn, the daughter passing away about two years ago. The blow is a severe one to the bereaved 'husband as he is almost helpless, having had both his 'hands frozen off some years ago, leaving him without the means to earn a~ sustenance. The funeral will occur Monday afternoon at two o'clock from the Catholic church and' interment will be made in St. Mary's cemetery. HOLD WOMAN FOR MURDER. CHICAGO, Nov. 11.—Mrs. Jane Quinn was held to the grand jury on a charge of murder in connection with the death of her husband, John M. Quinn ,by a coroner's jury yesterday. Quinn was found d-aad in bed Novem ber 2 with a bullet wound in his body and Mrs. Quinn declared that he had been killed by burglars. The cor oner's jury, deliberated less than an hour before returning its verdict. RESCUER IS KILLED. Toledo, Ohio, Nov. 11.-—While try ing to save his pet dog from injury, Peter Kecskes, 75 years old, was killed by a Wheeling and Lake Erie pasenger train yesterday at a street crossing. He was thrown 20 feet into a ditch. ICOULONTSTAND I? Began by Little Pimples. Scratched Until Blood Came. Kept Getting Worse. Could Not Sleep Nights. Used Cuticura Soap and Ointment and the First Day They Relieved Itching. In 3 Weeks EczemaCured. "I suffered with eczema pn my nock for about six months, iM-^inning by little pim ples breaking out. 1 kept scratching till the blood came. It kept getting worse, I couldn't sleep nights any more. It kept itching for about a month, then I went to a doctor and got somo liquid to take. It seemed as if I was going to get better. The it in stopped for about three days, but when it started afcJilP^ again, was even worse tiian before. The eczema Itched so badly I couldn't I stand it any more. I I went to a doctor and ha gave me some medicine, but didn't do any good. We have been having Cuticura Rem edies in the house, so 1 decided to try them. I had been using Cuticura Soap, so I got mc a box of Cuticura Ointment, and washed off the affected part with Cuticura Soap three times a day, and then put the Cuticura Ointment on. The first day I put it on, it relieved me of itching so I could sleep all that night. It took about a week, then I could see the scab come off. I kept the treatment up for three weeks, and my eczema was cured. "My brother got his face burned with gun powder, and he used Cuticura Soap and Oint ment. The people all thought he would have scars, but you can't see that he ever had his face burned. It was simply awful to look at before the Cuticura Remedies [Soap and Oint ment! cured it." (Signed) Miss Elizabeth Gehrkl, Forrest City, Ark., Oct. 16, 1910. Although Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment are sold by druggists and dealers everywhere, a liberal sample of each, with 32-page booklet on the skin and hair, will be sent, post-free, on application to Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Dept. 17B. Boston. The CLEVER CLOTHES SHOP ,• FOR RENT—A auite of 2 rooms, modern, also 1 single room. 623 Sixth St. Phone 509. WANTED—Position by first class Pharmacist. A one references. Ad dress Pharmacist, care Tribune. WANTED—Competent girl for general housework. Mrs. C. J. Busch. corner Ave. and Mandan Phon-e 423. WANTED hotel. ANNOUNCEMENT O 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 JSSHOESM .... stilt. Royalfc BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Used and praised by the most competent and careful pas try cooks the world over The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream oi Tartar—made from grapes 4 4 4 4 6 4 4 at least 20 per cent. $100, $500 or TO LATE TOO CLA88IFY. Dishwasher at Palace FOR RENT—6 room modern house centrally located and small barn. Harvey Harris & Co. LOST—Elgin lady's watch, engraved B. E. Sheldon. Return to Tribune office. 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Beautifully finished and a useful gift for your family. Guaranteed 10 years. The price $30.00. NEEDLES AND REPAIRS For all Makes of Sewing Machines FIELD'S FURNITURE STORE Our first shipment has been received and noW on inspection. It Will giVe us great pleasure to serVe the Vast number of XOal% OVer customers Who haVe been buying them elsewhere—also those Who are interested in "that better class of shoes." Yours For WALKOVERS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER fir, 1911. $1,000 and upwards can be used. Call at once and talk it over. J. S. KNAUSS. FOR RENT—Modern furnished rooms 422 3rd street. Phone 32*. JOIN COLONY. Muskogee, OKla., Nov. 11.—With the intention of joining the American col ony of negroes in Liberia, ten negro families left Muskogee yesterday. x. GOING TO NEW ORLEANS. Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 11.—Hank ers of the Northwest will meet here November 16 and with a number of Minneapolis financiers will go to Chi-* cago on November 16. From Chicago they will leave November 17 on a special train to New Orleans where the annual convention of the Ameri can Bankers' Association will be held November 21. SEWING MACHINES Built on Honor—Our Guarantee BISMARCK, NO. DAK.