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1 if""*: y'Y: DANCE TONIGHT. The members of St. Elmo lodge No. 4, Knights of Pythias, will meet at the Castle Hall this evening and nom inate officers for the ensuing year. Following the business meeting the knights will enjoy one of their social dancing parties. A cordial invitation is extended to all visltihg knights. Herschey's Hot Chocolate with Whipped Cream is good after the show—or any time if you have it served at SK There's always a style to suit andfityou in the famous JrJVatkoVer" Shoes and you can always buy them, knowing they will give you that good service you're en titled to. We'reexclusive agents for these shoes in your city and we'll be glad to serve you. "The Clever Clothes Shop" BERGESONS WATCHES REPAIRED For 30 days we will make the following special prices: Cleaning and Oiling $1.25 New Mainspring 1.25 Balance Staff 2.25 We absolutely guarantee our work. Anything not right in any way, we will make right without charge. PRICES REASONABLE XMASQIPTS Fan line of Fountain Peas, afl sizes. Nice soavealr spoons. New Bracelets, Rjags and other Jewelry. x. JOHN GASCHK 4tkSt, NntaP.IMM iBH—» rt Water Proof Shoes That Polish Only one application dur ing lifetime of the shoe. Waterproofs, Patent Colt Calf or any leather, and doesn'tprevent polishing Money refunded without a word if it doesn't prove what we say. Web Brothers A is7fir*? CARVING 8ETS. Don't saw your Thanksgiving tur key to pieces this year. Go into the French and Welch Hardware com pany's store and get one of those beautiful carving sets and enjoy your dinner. CALL 97 For Finest Groceries. Bismarck De partment Store. Put the Turkey in the Shade Menier's Bitter Sweet CHOCOLATES Thanksgiving Special 75c pound ADAM'S DRUG STORE Phone 102 Bismarck Laundry Something to Be Thankful For TheExcellentSer- vice We Give MRS. (Lfr.THOMPSON 0IED_AT TAYtOR DEATH WA3 DUE TO BRIGHTS DISEASE AND OCCURRED LAST WEEK. Remains Were Shipped to Fargo for Burial. Mr. Thompson is Editor and Publisher of Taylor Reporter. Residents of ti}e, capital city were grieved to learn of the death at Tay lor of Mrs. Gerhard O. Thompson, which occurred last week. Mr^ Thompson had been ailing for some time and an acute attack ofBrights disease which occurred four days prf or to her death was the immediate cause of her demise. Mr. Thompson was formerly a mem ber of the Tribune force, arid recent ly moved to the thriving little Stark county metropolis, where he assumed the management of the Taylor Re porter, which, under his supervision is at present one of the newsiest pub' lications of the slope. The many friends of the family in this commun ity sympathize deeply "with him in his hour of bereavement REVIVAL SERVICES STIRJP PEOPLE MANY RESIDENTS OF CAPITAL CITY GIVING DEEP THOUGHT TO FUTURE. Converts at Salvation Army Meet ings Are Doing Great Good Among the Unconverted. The Revival at the Salvation Army continues with unabating interest. A splendid congregation of thoughtful people listened to Staff Captain Wolfe last evening as he presented the gospel truth in a most sincere and fearless manner The service last night, in many re spects, was the most successful of the series. The singing and the testi monies were most responsive and tak en part with a great deal of interest. At the close of the sermon one re sponded to the invitation to come to the alter, seeking to lead a better life. Those being converted are of all classes of people, there being no line drawn as to social standing. They meet on one level in the service of their Creator. The converts are at tending nightly and by their happy mood and personal testimony they are snowing faith, a changed heart ana life, and in this active way they are influencing many others Into deep thought and also an interest is being taken by many of the unconverted. This was most impressively demon strated In 'last"flight's' Service. The subject for tonight, "He went away sorrowful." There will be Thanksgiv ing services on Thursday at 3 p. m. Subject, "Gleaning for God." 8 p. m., "Self Invitation." A cordial welcome to all. POPULAR AIR IS THEME OF PLAY MADAME SHERRY COMING TO THE BIJOU ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9. Cast Includes Some of the Highest Salaried Singers Now Appearing in Musical Comedy. "Every Little Movement of Its Own" i3 the newest tilt to become epidemic all over the country. The air is the theme of "Madame Sherry," the world's greatest musical offering by Otto Hauerbach and Carl Hoschna, which will be presented at the Bijou Theater, Saturday evening, Decern ber 9. The company to be seen in "Madame Sherry" is said to be even stronger than the original cast and numbers some of the highest salaried people in the musical comedy field. Several new musical oddities are in* troduced in which a famous "Leder er" beauty chorus is once more before us. MEN'S SHOES Best quality leather same as we've always used Half Soles 65c 75c 85c Light, nailed or sewed Medium, nailed or sewed Heavy, nailed or vewed At the oldreliable stand The original Bismarck Shoe Hospital Carl Juhnke Blfltt^BOK DAJ.Y TEiUUM5 PROGRAM. Thursday, December 7!, 10 o'clock. Address of Welcome Mayor R. H. Johnson. Dickinson Greeting of the President Local Vice Presidents. Business meeting. 1:30 o'Clock. Farmers' Institute Conducted by A. E. Chamberlain, Associate Editor Dakota Farmer 2:30 o'Clock. Corn Growing.. .W. C. Palmer, Agri cultural Editor, Agricultural College Dairying on the Slope R. F. Flint, State Dairy Commissioner Plant Diseases and Crop Rotation ..Prof. H. L. Bolley, Agri. College Manure on the Farm DRY FARMING CONGRESS SECOND ANNUAL CONVENTION WILL BE OPENED ON THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, BY A DDRESS OF WELCOME BY MAYOR JOHNSON OF DICKINSON—MA DISCUSSED BY SPEAKERS OF The following program will be fol lowed out as closely ae possible at the second annual meeting of the North Dakota Dry Farming association, to be held at the Dickinson armory. Thursday and Friday, December 7 and 8, 1911: C. L. Timmerman, Mandan Western North Dakota President J. H. Worst, Agricultural College Crop Rotation and Moisture Conser vation W. R. Porter, Supt. N. D. Demonstration Farms A he Use and Place of the Summer Fallow. Prof. Thomas Shaw, St. Paul Five Minute Reports From the Prof. Thomas Shaw, St. Paul WINTER RYE WHEAT PROVESJUCCESSFUL ED EASTON OF GLENCOE WON FIR8T PRIZE AND SWEEP STAKES AT EXPOSITION. Mr. Easton Says South Dakotans Are Vtry Much Interested in This Grain. Ed Easton, the bonanza farmer of Glencoe, returned to his home yester day after spending a few days in the capital city. Mr. Easton will never get over feeling jubilant over the fact that Ms winter rye wheat took first prize at the exposition this fall. He has recently been to South Da kota telling of the qualities of his ex-1 ceptionally fine grain and leaving! samples of the grain there. He is.' confident that this same wheat can be grown successfully by all of our farmers. Don't miss the free demonstration in stenciling, the up-todate fancy work at A. W. Lucas Co., for a few, days only. EVERYBODY CALL 97 For Good Groceries and bargains. Bismarck Department Store. NY IMPORTANT TOPICS WILL BE NATIONAL PROMINENCE. 8 o'Clock P. M. Musical Progiam. Capitalism and Co-operation in Agri culture Frank L. McVey, Pres ident University of North Dakota Friday, December 8, 9:30 o'Clock. Report of Committee on Nominations. Organization of Executive Committee. 0 o'Clock. Farming Viewed by the Railroad Man D. E. Willard, Development Agent, N. P. Ry. Co. The Farmer and the Business Man Palmer, Agri. Editor, Agri. College Hogs and the Farm Prof. Thomas Shaw, St. Paul 1:30 o'Clock. Farmers' Institute Conducted by A. E. Chamberlain. Associate Editor Dakota Farmer Every Farmer His Own Demon strator. Supt. W. R. Porter Alfalfa Growing. .Supt. L. R. Waldron Some Drawbacks of Semi-Arid Farm ing Hugh J. Hughes, Editor F. S. & H. The Unbridged Gap Between Ad vanced Farming and the Present Day Farming. .J. H. Worst, Pres ident North Dakota Agri. College THE BE8T WAY. You can roast a turkey on the end of a stick over a •wood fire, or in a skillet in the oven, but the best way is to put it in a Lisk enamel self basting roaster that are being sold at the French and Welch Hardware com pany's store. They certainly do the business. ICE CREAM. Neopolitan brick ice cream for Thanksgiving. Order before Wednes day at 6 p. m. for delivery Thursday before 2 p. m. RICHHOLT'S CANDY STORE. Herschey's With Whipped Cream at & 4 4 4 4 4 4 DO YOUR CHRISTMAS «. SHOPPING EARLY Early in the day for your own sake and the sake of the tired clerks. Early in the season for the sake of the friends you wish to re member. You can't choose well at the last minute. Only 29 more shopping days be fore Christmas. lit of the Melting Pot Being an Unusual Exhibition of Men's Clothing at $15.00 SUITS AND OVERCOATS All Styles, All Shades—Your Choice—Blacks and Blues Not Included in this Clean Up Sale $15.00 NOTICE-Every garment sold at this price--$15.00 —w guarantee strictly all WOOL—an garment found otherwise we will refund full 1 f\f\ purchase price. Positivel no Credit ROSEN'S CLOTHING SHOP Hugh J. Hughes, Editor Farm, Stock and Home The Flax Crop Prof. H. Li. Bolley, Agri College The Problem of Plowing W. C. INTERESTING RULING BY LAND DEPARTMENT NO ONE CAN FILE ON HOME STEAD WHO OWNS OVER 160 ACRES. Even a Town Lot Over This Amount Disqualifies Settler From Securing Claim. The interior department has re cently interpreted a ruling which may be of interest to those parties who* have homesteads and lots in town or cities and may desire to acquire ad ditional land under the homestead laws. The case in point was where one Berg owned 160 acres of land in Soutr Dakota and also owned a lot, 50 by 142, in Bryant, S. D.. and at tempted to hold an additional 160 acres. A decision had been rendered in his favor under the maxim that "this ownership of less than one acre in ex cess of 160 acres will not be held a disqualification to make homestead entry." This decision has been overruled by the department, under Section 2289, Revised Statutes, which provide that, "no person who is the proprietor of more than 160 acres of land in any state or territ|ry shall acquire any right under the homestead law." 8HERBERT. For Thanksgiving order your pine apple sherbert at Richholt's. Phone 52R before Wednesday at 6 p. m. for delivery Thanksgiving day before 2 p. m. $1.50 8HIRT8 75c. Special lot men's flannel shirts, a few more left $1.50 kind, 75c $2.50 kind at $1.50. Wednesday night at BERGESON'S. SO DECEPTIVE Many Bismarck People Fail ts Realize I the Seriousness. Backache is so deceptive. It comes and goes—keeps you guessing. Learn the cause—then cure It. Nine times out of ten it comes from the kidneys. That's why Doan's Kidney Pills are so effective. They're especially for sick or weak ened kidneys. Here's a case in this vicinity: Mrs. N. F. Reynolds, Glencoe, fif teen miles from Bismarck N. Dak., says: "The splendid results I ob tained from the use of Doan's Kidney Pills a few years ago led me to give a public statement recommending them. I suffered from disordered kid neys and one doctor said I had dropsy. My back ached severely at times and my ankles and feet swelled badly. I felt tired and languid and was mis erable in every way. In a short time after I began taking Doan's Kidney Pills, procured from the Lenhart Drug Co., my condition improved and I con tinued their use until I was well. Since tnen I have had no further cause for complaint." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's and take no other. T^W MCKENZIE Hotel Building WILL CLOSE. Webb Bros, and A. W. Lucas Co. will close their stores Thursday, Thanksgiving Day at 12 o'clock. CREAM WAFER8. Richholt's cream wafers in all col* ors and flavors for Thanksgiving. Phone 52R. I Love My Jam but Oh, You '-.••'••.• '.'••" •'."'•' '-t'S^K jf^'ip, **. "?f NONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE Sr W Close Thanksgiving Day At Noon One Oelivery at 10 First Showing of XmasGifts Next Monday Let us show yon oar line before make up your mind Open Evenings until 8:00 McCONKEY'S Where Your Dollar O Farthest' Phone 209 120 Sixth St.