FRANK L. MoVEY
President of the State University
Will deliver his excellent lecture
"The New SchoolMaster55
Which deals with the teacher and his relation to
the community, a vital subject for school patrons
You should hear him.
M. E. Church, Tuesday, Dec. 5, 8 p.m.
Admission to all parts of the bouse 25c
Given under auspices Teachers of the City Schools
For the Winter Evenings
Just what. you need to enjoy these long
cold winter evenings. Let us supply you.
A be a 1
Nllto Every conceivable kind. Complete IIIifA
Swee Cide Xma Candie
We call attention to all our candy
being Pure Food Products, and we
boost Bismarck by selling home
goods. You boost by buying our
Bismcrck made pure food candies
Phnno 07 Fo Best Grocerie
rilUllG !l I Lowes Prices.
EASTERN STAR MEETING.
There will be a regular meeting of
the ladies of the Order of the East
ern Star this evening at eight o'clock
at the Masonic hall. Officers will be
elected for the ensuing year and a
large attendance is desired.
Calumet Family Soap. 10 bars for 25c
Pork Sausage, per lb the good kind" 15c
Brick Cheese, per lb 22c
Pancake Flour, Aunt Jemimas, 2 boxes for 25c
Condenced Milk, by the can 10c
Cookies of every kind and description. Just in.
No matter what you want in cookies, we have it.
Kundert's Special Roasted Coffee, the best seller
we have and while coffee is up, we have not ad
vanced the price, lb 30c
Hardware Stoves Heaters
Rember we have hardware of all kinds, and sell at
lower prices. Some very special prices on heaters.
Nine-Seven PhO-ie No. 9 7 Call Nine-Seven
Bismarck Department Store
J. H. Kundert, 210 Main Street
Merchandise of all Kinds
At Cut Prices
GOVERNORS ARE GUESTS
(Continued from page 1.)
noon, made Thanksgiving history for
Detroit* Thousands of (persons, ma
ny from other cities attended the
services in the several churchs and
other places where the executives
from the West delivered addresses
The principal exercises were of a
union non-denominational nature and
were conducted in a local theater.
Eberhart and Burke Heard.
Governors Eberhart, of Minnesota,
and B'urke, of North Dakota, spoke
briefly on "International Conciliation
and Universal Peace."
The ratification by the senate of
the pending arbitration treaties was
urged by the two executives. They
pra'sed the United States and Eng
land for their efforts in securing in
ternational .peace and Governor
Burke expresed confidence that such
condition ultimately woulo be at
Sarles Gives Address.
At Woodward avenue Baptist
church former Governor Sarles, of
North DaVota, made a brief address.
The governors' Thanksgiving din
ner was a turkey banquet at a local
hall. Before they left for Toledo
they toured the city in autos the
guests of the Detroit Board of Com
GOES TO WILLISTON.
Leo Halloran arrved in the city
Wednesday evening on No. 5 from
Missouri, where the U. S. snagboat
Mandan was frozen in, necessitating
work for the* winter.
liBton, where the government is do
ing some work and where he will be
PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF
THE SECRETARY OF
Willis L. Moore,Chief of United States
Bismarck, North Dakota, Friday,
cember 1, 1911.
Ail observations taken al.
(75th meridian time).
Bismarck .. .24 NW
Des Moines .' .36 NW
Devils Lake .,18 NW
Havre .26 NW
Miles City .'T 28 SW
Moorhead .".26 1JW
Pierre ... 32 W
Qu* Apipelle .14 W
RapJd City ..38 Wi
St. Paul 3Cf SW
Williston .. .20 W
Winnipeg .. .26 NW
B—Lowest temperature last
C—Direction of wind.
D—Velocity of wind.
E—Precipitation in, last 2'4 hours.
F—State of weather. .••
Till 7 P. M. Saturday.
For "North Dakota: Fair tonight
and Saturday, not much change in
For Bismarck and Vicinity:
tonight and Saturday, not
change in temperature.
Well settled weather conditions
prevail this morning. Fair weather
prevails throughout the greater por
tion of the country from which re?
ports are received. The pressure is
high over the southwest and low over
the Upper Lakes. The indications
are for fair weather tonight and Sat
urday, with not much change in tem
ORRIS W. ROBERTS.
Official in Charge.
WHITE WAY LIGHTS
TURNED ON TONIGHT
COMMISSION MAKES SATISFAC
TORY ARRANGEMENTS WITH
Miss Luella Peet Will Close Circuit
and Turn on Current at Formal
Opening of New System.
circuit and \turns the electric cur
rent on to the ornamental street light
ing system in Bismarck tonight, there
will be added another etep toward
placing this city dm the front rank of
the progressive cities of the north
west. That the spirit of advance
ment has taken bold upon all the cit
izens is plainly seen by the great
pride being shown by our humblest
citizens in Bismarck streets and pub
Cj-ddit for the installation of the
ornamental street, lighting system
cannot be given tp anyone, citizen or
class of citizens, but we city oommis
siom-ra were aided and ercouraged
by all the resident property owners
whose property is to be assessed for
the improvement. The officiate of the
Commercial Club gave liberally of
their time to secure the necessary sig
natures of the property owners before
the proposition could' be formally
acted upon by the city commissioners.
The county commissioners very
promptly appropriated a sufficient
sum to place lights around the court
•house block. The system as now
completed consists of 130 ornamental
potts, each of which Is equipped with
one 100-watt Tungsten cetoter lamp,
four 60-watt Tungsten side lamps. All
globes are of alabaster, the globes be
ing 16 inch for the center lamps and
12 inch for the sid' lamps. The poets
are spaced' four to the block on either
side and extend from Second to Sev
enth street on' Main street, from
Fourth *o Fifth street on Broadway,
from Main to. Broadway on Third,
Sfixtlh and Seventh streets, from Main
to Thayer on Fourth and Fifth and
around the courthouse block.
Current from the Hughes Electric
plant is supplied to the lamps through
a leadVencased steel taped cable laid
in the gutter, two feet below the sur
face, atnd is the type of cable used In
The completed system has been in
spected by Mr. Daniel, a representa
tive of the General Inspection com
pany of Minneapolis, and pronounced
to be one of the most complete aMd
up-to-date systems in the country. It
is worth nottng^that the system was
designed by the" city" engineer and the
construction work done under con
tract by Grambs & Peet.
The extension of-the system to in
clude portions Of the ^residence dis
tricts of the city is already, being con
sidered, and) it is probable that within
a few years a large part of the resi
dence district will be thus lighted.
(Continued from pagr 1.1
controversy concerning W. Morgan
Shuster with the treasurer-general
of Persia, whose olaniasar has been
demanded by Russia, The .present
crime is the result of growing bitter
ness among the people.'
SPENT THANKSGIVING HERE.
Miss Annis Clough of Steele, was
athanksgiving'visitor & the cty, the
.„ .. __»H guest of her brother and famly, Mr.
DUUTTn, Dec. 1.—Conditions for
logging operations in Northern Min
nesota and Wisconsin promise to be
ideal thJs winter. There is enough
snow, and the .early freeze made
swamps passable by heavy loads.
Lumbermen are optimistic.
TOES AMPUTATED AS
RESULT OF FREEZING
(Special to the Tribune)
HAZELTON, N. D., Dec. 1.—H. M.
Smith, of Braddock, who was over
come by gas a sliort time ago and
lay out in the cold until both of his
•feet were badly frosted before he
was found by neighbors, was brought
to this city and the toes of his right
foot were amputated. He will be
confined to his bed for several days.
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO, 111., Dec. 1.—Governor
Richard E. Sloane of Arizona, speak
ing before the national water users
association today, declared for a lib
eral extension of time to homestead
ers in paying back to the government
the money loaned them to carry on ir
rigation work. The five years they
are allowed is far too short, he said,
and should be etxended to twenty
years, or at least fifteen, Sloane as
"The five year requirement imposes
too great a burden," he said. "Set
tling the land requires improvements
necessitating an expenditure of money
and with yearly'payments to the gov
ernment make too hard a struggle for
existence to homesteaders."
ASK THE rfCHANT
To show you the goods you saw in his
IlTJSrJfft^JSS^^ FOR RENT-One modern room, well
located. 924 Tjlxth.
FOR 8ALE—Home baked bread, cof
fee cake, raised doughnuts and buns
\at Mrs. Miller's, German baking.
4 9 0 O 0
TO LATE TOO CLASSIFY.
Delivered if desired. Call 88R.
FOR RENT—Furnished1 room for two
or more. Also one for light house
keeping. 307 Seventh St.
WANTED—A live wire to sell high
class advertising novelties and
badge3 in Bismarck. Give full par
ticulars in first letter, The Green
duck Company', Chicago.
FOR RENT—^Modern rooms and board
at Dunraven Place. 212 Third street.
bath on Ninth street.
A. Van Horn,
I The Markets
1 Hard, 103 14.
1 Northern, 102 1-2 to 102
Arrive, 102 to 102 1-2.
2 Northern, 100 to 100 3-5.
Arrive, 100 to 101 1-2.
3 Wheat, 95 to 97 1-2.
Durum, 99 larrive 97.
Durum, 97j•.'arrive, 95.
C, 59 to 60.
Corn, 54 to 57,
W O, 48 arrive 45 1-2.
Oats, 42 to 44.
Barley, 70 to 118.
Rye. 86 1-2 to 87.
Arrive, 86 1-2.
Flax, 195 1-2} arrive, 195.
Z, 101 1-2. K, 106 1-4 3-8.
December, 100 3-4A.
May, 105 1-8B.
July, 106 1-8 Bid.
1 Hard, on track, 102 3-4.
1 Northern, on track, 101 3-4.
2 Northern, on track, 98 3-4.
To arrive, 1 Northern, 102 3-4.
To arrive, 2 Northern, 98 3-4.
No. 3 .heat. 84 3-4.
Spot Durum, No. 1, 97.
Spot Durum, No. 2, 93.
Arrive, Durum No. 1, 97.
Arrive, Durum No. 2, 93.
Oats, arrive, 46 1-8.
Rye, on track, 84 to 86.
Barley, on track, 64 to 118.
No.£ C, 59 1-2.
Flax, on track, 194 arrive, 114.
JansVy, 194 la.
WI1IIIMI—IIWI—fWBI'WJf hwfa ..iinniKi I IMM
t't i-iW't Jl-T-v-T-'ir*^-- f'.v- ,19'
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 1.—With
creamery butter here selling at for
ty-five cents, eight to ten cents high
er than the same time last year,)
commiss'on men today said it would
go several cents higher. They say
very little country butter 1B being
OFFICE IN NAVY
(By Associated Prats.)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 1.—In line
with the policy of placing the navy on
a scientific management basis, secre
tary of the navy Meyer has created a
new office of director of navy yards,
and announced today the (appointment
of rear admiral A. B. Willits as direc
tor. Capt. E. Tihiss wjll be his as
FIRST ANNUAL BALL
WAS DECIDED SUCCESS
ARMORY HALL WAS SCENE OF
BRILLIANT EVENT THANKS
There Was a Large Attendance and
Everyone Present Had a Happy
Time—Fire Laddies Are Being Com
The dance given last evening at the
armory, the first annual balr con
ducted by the paid fire department ol
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.
is abetter baking powder thanyou have
ever used before. And we will leave it
to your good judgment for proof. Buy a
can today. Try it for any baking pur
pose. If the results are not better—if the
baking is not lighter, more delicious, take
it back and get your money. Calumet is
medium in price—but great in satisfac
tion. Free—large handsome recipe
book, illustrated in colors. Send 4c
and slip found in pound can.
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
san's latest creations and our most extremely low prices.
During the week Special Sales will prevail.
any finish. Our
leader is like cut,
genuine oak boxed
seat paneled, back
posts and cross
strength and ele
price only $1.95
Go-Cart Runners quickly attached, at $1.00 per pair.
Flexible Flyer Sleds from $2.50 upward
Hand Sleighs, plain and upholstered, price $3.75 upward
Watch for New
Sleigh Boxes painted red, attach to any sled 85c each
Fur Robes for go-cart or sled from $3.75 each
in Satisfaction -Not in Economy
A large can and a small cost does not
make baking powder cheap—or even less expen
sive than Calumet—the high-quality, moderate
price kind. It certainly cannot make it as good.
Don't judge baking powder in this way—the real
test—the proof of raising power, of evenness, uni
formity, wholesomeness and deliciousness b%
found only in the baking.
Calumet Received Highest Award
World's Pure Food Exposition.
the city, was a complete success from
every standpoint. There whs a large
attendance and everyone present en
Joyed the occasion thoroughly. Peck's
orchestra famished splendid music
an early hour this morning, and every
one was profuse in complimenting
Chiefs H. A. Thompson and George
Fortune and their men for the happy
gCEMBER. 1, 1911*
Powder it Only Big
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. Price only $3.75.
Big Special. A genuine Bigelow
Carpet Co's Bagdad Wilton Rug,
rug 9x9 size standard. Price every
where $35, and full value too, our
sale price this week is only $28.75.
Large assortment, beautiful color
ings and patterns, inlaid linoliums,
standard grade 8-5 inlaid at $l.2s!
per square yard, 16-4 or 12 foot wide
inlaid, at $1.35 per square yard.
•8* «5» $• 4*
NEW YORK, Dec. 1— Thirty
three subsidiary companies, into
which the Standard Oil company
divided after the supreme court
decreed its dissolution, began
their separate existence today.
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