All observations taken at 8
(75th meridian time).
Bismarck ... 6 SW
Des Moines .. 6 N W
Havre 22 SW
Miles City ... 12 S
Moorhead ... 0 SW
Pierre 10 SE
Qu' Appelle .. 2 W
Rapid City .. 10 W
Williston ... 12 SW
Winnipeg. .. 10 S
Quite well settled weather condi
tions prevail throughout the Missis
sippi and Missouri valleys this morn
ing. The pressure is high over the
south, and zero temperature prevails
in Kansas. Over the north the pres
sure is low and the temperature Is
moderate. The indications are for
fair weather tonight and Thursday,
with not much change in temper
ORRIS W. ROBERTS,
Official In Charge.
MENU FOR WEDNE8DAY.
Supper Served at Armory at 5:30 p. m.
by Ladies of St. Mary's Parish.
Roast Turkey Dressing
Mashed Potatoes Fried Cabbage
Pickles Celery Olives
Chicken Salad Cold Meats
Pumpkin Pie. Apple Pie
The Union Mercantile company will
close at noon tomorrow—Thanksgiv
ing day. Union Mercantile Co.
TELL THE CLERK
To give you those goods advertised In
Webb Bros, and A. W. Lucas Co.
will close their stores Thursday,
Thanksgiving Day at 12 o'clock.
I'll Cu Still Lower
This Store is the
leader of low prices
But always good
A Christmas Reminder
The very attractive display of Holiday Gifts at the
Woodward Jewelry Store is suggestive of the near
approach of Christmas, and of the wisdom of shop
ping early, before the rush begins.
Whatever you need in this line can be found here at
prices that are sure to be satisfactory—quality al
ways exactly as represented.
I WOODWARD The Jeweler
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF
THE SECRETARY OF
Willis L. Moore,Chief of United States
Bismarck, North Dakota, Wednesday,
November 29, 1911.
B—Lowest temperature last night
C—Direction of vind.
D—Velocity of wind.
E—Precipitation in last 24 hours.
F—State of weather.
TIN 7 p. m. Thursday.
For North Dakota: Fair tonight
and Thursday not much change in
For Bismarck and Vicinity: Fair
tonight and Thursday not much
change in temperature.
BEFORE 8UPREME COURT.
Attorney A. J. Bessie Is here from
Williston today with matters before
the supreme court.
OVER FROM MANDAN.
Mrs. H. G. Voss of Mandian was
among the guests of Bismarck yes
WENT TO FARGO.
Mrs. E. A. Hugaes went to Fargo
yesterday and will remain there while
Mr. Hughes is serving on the federal
The county commissioners will be
in session Friday when a large
amount of routine matters will be
RETURNED FROM COAST.
Miss Olga Rupp, who has been vis
iting her sitser at Centralia, Wash.,
for some time past, has returned to
her home at Baldwin.
WILL ENJOY DANCE.
The Bachelors Club of Bismarck
will give a social dance for their
members at Commercial club hall Fri
AT COURT HOU8E.
J. R. Hilsdorf, a bonanza farmer
of Estherville township, east of Wil
ton, was among the visitors at the
court house yesterday afternoon.
RETURNED TO MEDINA.
Christian Giesler and wife have re
turned to their home at Medina after
a visit with friends at Baldwin. Mr.
Giesler was formerly county commis
sioner of Stutsman county.
ARRANGING FOR CAR8.
Thos. H. Poole, state sales agent
for the Dakota Coal Products Co., Is
at New Salem today arranging for
cars for the shipment of coal from
the mines there.
The school board at McKeniie met
yesterday and elected Allie Mcintosh
of St. Thomas, to fill the vacancy in
the school there, who is a normal
graduate and goes to McKensie highly
recommended in school work.
DI8P08E OP CASE.
Attorneys Scott Cameron and Chas.
Coventry and Deputy Sheriff P. J.
Wittmeyer came up from Linton yes
terday to dispose of an Emmons
county court case here in Judge Win
Geo. F. Shafer, Wm. Long, M. Day
and F. H. Campbell were a party who
returned from here last evening to
their home at Edgeley from the vicin
ity of Washburn where they had a
successful deer hunt.
HERE FROM NEW 8ALEM.
Among the visitors in the capital
city Wednesday from the slope coun
try was Attorney George Kremer, who
came down to look after some profes
WENT TO MINNEAPOLIS.
Price Owens, brother of D. T.
Owens, the land man, left today for
Minneapolis on a Business errand. He
will also eat his Thanksgiving turkey
in the big metropolis.
Mrs. A. B. Marcellus and children
arrived last evening from Wilton, and
SEND US COPY EARLY
For best results and to give
proper attention) both for you
and ourselves, you must get
copy to us ahead of insertion
will remain over Thanksgiving in
Bismarck, the guests of Mrs. F. J.
Marcellus and daughter, Miss Alma.
MOVED TO PORTLAND.
S. P. Stevens, who has been care
taker for several months of the expo
sition building, accompanied by his
wife and child, has gone to Portland,
Oregon, where they will reside in the
A marked copy of a Montana paper
locates Billie Empting, a former Bls
marcker at Terry, Montana, where he
has Just purchased a saloon and room*
ing house, and seems to be prosper
ing. The paper says he has only been
at Terry a short time, but through
his enterprise has gained a large num
ber of friends.
RETURN FROM HONEYMOON.
Howard A. Preston and bride have
returned home from their wedding
trip and have been receiving a shower
of congratulations from their numer
ous frlendB in Bismarck. They will
occupy a suite of rooms this winter
with Mr. Preston's parents in their
new home recently built in Rlverview
A C. Relnecke, accompanied 'his
wife and child, are visitors in Bis
marck today. Mr. Relncke for a num
ber of years was managing editor of
the Grand Forks Press before the
plant was moved to Fargo, but he is
now district manager of a life Insur
ance company with headquarters at
DRAFT WAS STOLEN
The story was given. out this
morning that a few days ago the
houels of John Meyers across the
track was entered and a draft of
some $400.00 was stolen. The man
who stole the draft attempted to
cash it at a local bank but payment
had been stopped by Mr. Meyers.
However, the matter has not been
officially reported to the (police and no
action has been taken in the matter.
WENT TO WASHBURN.
Attorney W. L. tfemwle returned
this morning to Washburn, after
Spending the day in BUmarck. S.
M. Pye ac|omipanied him north this
MILES CITY, Mont—The average
precipitation in Montana during the
growing season is greater than the
average precipitation on the coast
during the same period while during
the three dry months, the. precipita
tion in Montana is MWVr' twice as
heavy as on the coast.
Al Rosen, the Clothing Shop man,
says he is certainly getting fine re
sults from his ads. He believes in
using the old reliable sure cure for
quiet business and is profiting
BlBLE CLASS TONIGT.
Bible Class at the Presbyterian
church tonight at 7:30 for men and
women. Subject, "Christ and the
State." /eryone is invited irrespec
tive of their religious belief.
RETURNED FROM ILLINOI8.
Mrs. Bruce E. Jackson and Infant
daughter, who have been visiting rel
atives In Illinois, returned home
8EE THAT FLEECED LINED UN
DERWEAR FOR MEN AT 25e PER
GARMENT. R. L. BEST.
QUARTER PA0E, and larger, the daybefore
UP TO QUARTER PAGE, before 10 a. m. day of
SMALL ADS, Nothing can be taken after 12 noon
for same day
PREPARE AD COPY EARLY
nniHMirrr- aMHINK.vy ..»»-....
There was a good sized turn out
last night at the armory at the chick
en supper given by the ladies of St.
Mary's church, though there w»s not
as many as the ladies who had the af
fair in hand had anticipated. Tonight
commencing at J:lH the'same ladies
will give a turkey supper, and it is
expected the attendance will be con
ELKS WILL FEAST.
Tomorrow (Thanksgiving) evening
at their club room at 8 o'clock the
Elks will serve to their members a
roasted pig weighing five pounds. The
young porker will be stuffed with nuts
and the treat will be one the boys
have been looking' forward to for
the Crest oi
When this you see, remem
ber The Knowles & Haney
Superior Diamond Service,
ana yon will see it frequent
ly in onr advertisements.
This insignia, is a fit ex
pression of the high charac
ter of diamond service we
have given our customers
for years, and it stands today
for even more than it ever
meant—for our equipment
and buying facilities have
grown apace with our pres
Look for this Crest on your
Xmas gift it stands for quali
ty and exclusiveness.
Jewelers and Importers
Bismarck, N. D.
3 C, 58 to 60.
4 Corn, 63 to 57.
3 W O, 45 to 46 arrive, 44 3-4.
3 Oats, 41 to 44.
Rye, 86 1-2 to 87.
Arrive, 86 1-2.
Flax, 1.93 arrive, 1.93.
Z, 101. K, 105.1-2.
December, 100. May, 104 1-2 to 5-8.
1 Hard, on track, 102.
ls Northern, 10t| arrive, 101.
2 Northern, 98 arrive, 98.
3 Wheat, 94.
1 Durum, snot, 97 arrive, 91.
2 Durum, spot, 93 arrive 93.
Oats, arrive, 46 1-8.
Rye, on track, 84 to 86.
Barley, on track, 64 to 118.
3 C, 59 lr2.
Flax, on track, 1.93 arrive, same.
May, 197 3-4.
For a few days special demonstra
tion in stenciling at A. W. Lucas Co.
La Flor Di Roig
Absolutely the best
5c ud 10c Clear
In the City
0 lid3fo 25
1 Hard, 102 3-4.
1 Northern, 102 to 102 1-4.
Arrive, 101 1-2 to 102.
2 Northern, 99 1-2 to 100 1-4.
Arrive, 99 1-2 to 100.
3 Wheat, 94 to 97.
1 Durum, 99 arrive, 97.
2 Durum, 97 arrive, 95.
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Meyer, who have
been visiting here with their son,
Phil Meyer and wife, left yesterday
for Minnesota, where they will visit
their other children before returning
to their home at Portland, Oregon.
O. E. 3. MEETING.
The ladies of the Eastern Star will
hold a meeting In the Masonic r*Tl
Friday evening at eight o'clock, and
es there .will be election of officers
for the ensuing year, as good an at
tendance of members as possible is
SOME POOL PLAYER8.
Since the Wallaces opened the pool
and bi.liard hall in the basement of
Hotel McKenzie a large number of
old time experts at the game have
come to.light. Last night Landlord
Patterson headed a pool playing par
ty, consisting of himself and J. J.
Roney, Dan Bamberry and Sam
Clark, and the amusement they furn
ished for the spectators was said to
have been rich.
When the public schools close this I
afternoon for the Thanksgiving holi
day, they will remain closed until
Monday morning, there being no
school held Friday. Among the
teachers leavirf the city for the hol
iday is Miss Ada Still, of the sixth
grade, who goes to her home at Moor
bead, and Miss Minnie Hanson, of
the fourth grade, who goes to her
home in Duluth.
PISH ADDRESSED STUDENTS.
The senior class in American His
tory at the high school is Just now
studying Jefferson's administration,
which covers Lewis and Clark's ex
pedition. H. C. Fish, of the State
Historical society spent an hour with
the class this afternoon dealing with
the local features of the expedtion,
and his discourse was thoroughly en
joyed, he having the original Journals
and other documents to refer to.
YOUR WANT AD. will find the
finder of your lost article—unless he's
trying not to be found.
To have pure and wholesome
food, be sure that your baking
powder is made from cream
of tartar and not from alum.
The Lmbei will guide you
Royal is the only baking
powder made from Royal
Grape Cream of Tartar
Mo Alum Ho Umo Phosphates
ARRANGED BIG DINNER.
Landlord Tatley Prepares 8umptuous
Repast for Thanksgiving.
Landlord Tatley has not overlooked
the event of Thanksgiving and has ar
ranged a sumptuous* dinner to be
This elegant Brass Bed
beautifully finished in the
dull satin style, Standing
almost 5 feet high, made
with 2 inch post frames,
mounted with massive 3
inch caps of spun brass,
and supported by heavy
brass cross rods, the whole radiating simple elegance and dignity, given
ABSOLUTELY FREE with each purchase of $50.00 or more Furniture,
Bedding or Floor Coverings. Eech purchase must be spot cash, no discount
This generous offer is good only during this week and is made solely to
acquaint the buying pubic with our enormous stock, splendid varieties the sea
son's latest creations and our most extremely low prices.
During the week Special Sales will prevail.
Dining chairs in
any finish. Our
leader is like cut,
seat paneled, back
posts and cross
strength and ele
price only $1.95
Solid Oak Dressers $8.75 upwards
Solid Oak Chiffonier $7.75 upwards
Solid Oak Round Dining Table $14.50
Solid Oak Buffet $18.75 upwards
Rockers, Settes, Davenports and
Couches in endless variety and at ex
tremely low prices.
Watch for New
Go-Cart Runners quickly attached, at $1.00 per pair.
Flexible Flyer Sleds from $2.50 upward
Hsnd Sleighs, plain and upholstered, price $3.75 upward.
Sleigh Boxes painted red, attach to any sled 85c each.
Fur Robes for go-cart or sled from $3.75 each upward.
A. W.LUCAS COMPANY
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 011.
served to his guests tomorrow be
tween the hours of 1 o'clock and 2:30.
A special menu will be served and
those who will be guests at the Grand
Pacific tomorrow for this occasion
will have all manner of hospitality
Brass Beds Special Prices from
Steel Beds. Our special is a 2- in.
continuous frame bed in either Vernis
Martin or pure white at $8.95.
Spring Special is a strong angle
iron frame, re-inforced at corners,
with special hygienic framie, guaran
teed not to sag. £rice only $3.75.
Floor Covering &
Big Special. A genuine Bigelow%
Carpet Co's Bagdad Wilton Rug,
rug 9x9 size standard. Price every
where $35, and full value too, pur
sale price this week is only $28.75.
Large assortment, beautiful color
ings and patterns, inlaid linoliums,
standard grade 8-5 inlaid at $1.25.
per square yard, 16-4 or 12 foot wide
inlaid, at $1.35 per square yard.
Voi Money Back
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