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THUBBJ5AY, fJ.eCEMBER 14, 1911.
ucweisii»«omCIAN* .UMbOTA '+++*+0*+++++++++*+++****++ MRS. P. P. FORMOE. The funeral of Mrs. Elsie Formoe, beloved wife of Peter P. Fonnoe of this city, was held (from Purdy's chapel Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the presence of a large number of* their friends, including most of the business men of the city. Interment at the G. A. R. cemetery. Rev. A. B. Van Zante officiated. The German Hotel 114 MAIN ST. We are now ready. Drop in and let us wait on you. Meals will be served at all hours. Rooms 50 cents a night, $2.00 a week. Board $4.50 a week, 25c a meal. C. H. FISCH, Prop. Everybody Invited Now Open ***^#-.# NECR0L0GICAL I I Mrs. Formoe was 53 years, 10 months and 8 days old at the time of her death, which occurred at 5:30 Sunday morning, December 3, of flueart failure, from which she had been a sufferer for a number of years. Mrs. Formoe leaves a large circle of friends and relatives to mourn her loss. Among the many beautiful floral offerings was a large pillow from the members of the Snohomiah County Poulry association, a large set piece from the A. O. U. W. lodge of Sno- ... &£2 Tissues, Xmas Bells 12 to 18 inches, Candy, Bead Strings, Cornocopia Come in and see just how pretty you can decorate your tree from the display BISMARCK STATIONERY CO. TOMORRO W Game Called at 8:30 p.m. Admission 50c and 25c homish and one from the Degree of Honor lodge of thia city of which Mr. and Mrs. Formoe were members. M. O. Glineburg, of Everett, Mrs. -Golton, Mrs. Engstrom, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lloyd Colburn and many others paid their last tribute with beautiful flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Formoe have resided in Snohomish for a number of years and during that time have built a fine home on Ave. F, where Mr. For moe's celebrated White Leghorn poultry yards are located. Mrs. Formoe was born in Norway January 25, 1858 and came to the United' States in 185 she was mar ried to Mr. Formoe on the 17th day cf May, 1888, at Bismarck, i*. D., and they locatetf in Snohomish-Jn 1904.— Snohomish (Wash.) Tribune. AT GRAND PACIFIC. Among those registered at the Grand Pacific during the day were, H. M. Pfenning of New Salem, C. A. Huntley of "Washburn, W. A. Sears and W. T. Ross of Steele, L. B. Woodley and Jos. Hasson, of Ashley, W. O. Irwin of Linton, August Ussel man of Fort Rice. Our Stock of Tree Trimmings includes Candles and Candle Holders, Snow, Tinsel, Imitation Straw berries and Fruit Small Qlobes Bells, Etc. In Colors. A BROTHERHOOD WILL GATHER TONIGHT EVERY MAN IN THE CITY URGED TO BE PRESENT AT BIG MEETING. Branch of National Association Will Probably Be Organized in City. Banquet at 6 p. m. This evening there will be (held at the McCabe Memorial church a great brotherhood meeting to which every man in Bismarck who is interested in worn of this nature is invited—urged to attend, in fact. At this gathering there will be present one of the lead ing field organizers of the Methodist Brotherhood, a national association, and it is probable that a branch or ganization will be formed in this city. This prominent field worker, Anker E. Hagle, will arrive in Bismarck over the north Soo this afternoon. He will immediately go to the Mc Cabe church where an important business meeting will be held. At 6 o'clock there will be a banquet served in the churdh parlors. At 8 o'clock this evening there will be a big pub lic meeting which every man in the city is earnestly asked to attend. At this time there will be many import ant topics discussed. The discussion will be opened by five minute speeches by various prominent men of the city. a8 follows: The brotherhood and outside man —Hon. J. P. Jackson. The boy problem and brotherhood —Prof. C. C. Root. The brotherhood bible class and the organized men's bible class—W. R. Davis. Wihy my church has notranUs ganized brotherhood—C. L. Young. The brotherhood in the evangelist ic service and at work for the con version of men—R. S. Best. It is e*peSted that the brotherhood meeting will be the commencement of a great civic work which fill be carried on in the state capital by the men who are interested In the wel fare of the city. REFUNDING BONDS TO BE REDEEMED BY GO.the TAE8 POURING INTO COUNTY TREASURY FROM ALL SEC TIONS OF WORLD. Payments Being Made Are as Prompt Nor More Prompt Than in the Preced ing Years. Even though this imtght have been .a close year for money it is seldom that the taxes on farm lands have been ipaiid more promptly than this fall. During the past ten days County Treasurer Kositzky has received $18,330.06 in 1910 and 1911 taxes. Ap proximately $4,400 of that amount was received from Che sale of 1910 taxes held Tuesday. Nonresidents have been prompt this year in meeting their taxes, many of them not waiting to receive a statement. Mrs. Sarajh Jane Warr, who owns a piece of farm land in Burleigh county, but who lives in England, writes for the amount of her taxes and wants to pay the amount without delay, and similar in quiries are being received1 dally from over the country. Resident taxpayers have been equally as prompt this year, and the prospects are that by th* first of the year the county exchequer Will be well supplied1 with funds. Mr. Kositzky says there are $48,000 in Burleigh county refunding bonds that are due the first of July the com ing year, and there is already on hand more than, enough money to make the payment. For the last 19 yean the county has been paying $2,045.65 in terest every six months on these •AUt.W.i.'dlSKiM&at ttl'JifY' •nObuKJK DAiLT TRkJUNE "Bismarck's Original "Store for Gifts Our beautiful *fQift Store" with its attractive appointments, and jet more attractive merchandise, has won its way to the favor of Discriminating Shoppers. Here you will find a splendid array articles that are different—Articles that cannot be secured at any other store in Bismarck. Everything has been neatly arranged so that selections can easily ?be made, and everything is moderately priced. "Cheapness" of price here never means a. deteriation from the high standard which characterises every gift however slight, which bears our name. This is an important satisfaction in the receiving of a gift on which appears the Crest of Knowles & Haney. We buy direct from the manufactures and our price ARE right, quality considered KNOWLES & HANEY, JeWelers and Importers of Diamonds, "BISMARCK, N. DAK. bonds, and! now that the bonds are to be paid in full, and the interest stopped, it will have something to do with reducing the taxes of the county to a considerable extent. KNIflHTTflFlPYTHIAS HAVE SPLENDID TIME PRESENTATION OF FOURTH DE GREE CONVULSED A LARGE NUMBER OF KNIGHTS Entertainment Was Followed by a So cial Dance and Everyone Had a Fine Time. The Knights of Pythias of the cap ital city entertained their lady friends and a number of visiting knights at the castle hall Wednesday evening. The entertainment was one of the most novel and unique ever witnessed in the city. The special degree team put on "The Fourth Degree" for the benefit and amusement of the large crowd of knights and their todies. The work went alongfansplendid shape and was one scream from start to finish. Following the entertainment the re mainder of the evening was devoted to a social! d'anice and everyone had a very enjoyable time, BOOS WAS FINED THIRTY DOLLARS DEFENDANT ALLOWED TO PRO CEED TO HIS HOME AT WAHPETON or-Pleaded Guilty to Having Disposed of Wheat on Which County Had a Lien for Seed. While district court is still in ses sion there was mot much business that came before the judge today, (though there are one or two civil cases yet to be disposed. Uxte yesterday afternoon Peter Boos appeared in court and pleaded guilty to 'having disposed of some wheat on which the county held alien for seed. Judge Winchester sen tenced hiim to a fine of $30 and per mitted him to return1 to his home and family at Wahpeton, this giving him chance to pay the fine as* soon as he could earn the money. The county had been practically re imbursed for the loss sustained by f!he i'tegal sale negotiated by Boos, but the judge imposed the fine be cause the lawfliadbeen violated and to serve as a warning to others who might attempt to take ad-vantage of the county in this seed' grain matter. FIRST BASKETBALL GAMK TOMORROW BISMARCK WILL MEET JAMES TOWN ATHLETICS AT THE ARMORY HALL. Local Team is the Strongest in its History and Expects to Win Major ity of Games This Winter. Friday night at the armory will be nlayed Uh first basketball game of the season when the Jamestown Ath letics and tiie Bismarck team meet in a sensational contest. The local team is the strongest in its history and expects to go through the season with a fine record. The Jamestown team is composed of an experienced bunch cf "layers and will put up a 'hard battle. Following the game Peck's six piece orchestra will furn ish music for a social dancing party given by the members of Company "A". The local basket ball squad, from which a quintet will be selected to represent the capital city tomor-. S E BALL FIRST GAME OF THE SEASON JAMESTOWN ATHLETICS vs. BISMARCK Bismarck's Only Exclusive Shoe Store row comprises the following players: Forwards—Albertson, Smith, Hous er and Burton. Centers—Vandever and Thompson. Guards—Quillen, Myhre, Kirk, Til lotson. The game will be called at 8:30 o'clock and there will be something doing every second from the very first shriek of the referee's whistle. WILL INSTALL OFFICERS. Order of Eastern Star Will Regular Meeting Friday Evening. Hold There will be a regular meeting of the members of me Order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Hall Friday evening at 8 o'clock. Officers will bo installed for the ensuing year, and a large attendance is de sired. CHRISTMAS CANDIES. Mixed and box candies at the Bis-m marok Stationery store. wmBBmmmmmammm 4th Street $3.00—$3.50—$4.00—$5.00 We could have bought any shoes in the market. There are lots of makers of good shoes for women who would be glad to sell us their goods. We chose SELZ SHOES from them all because we believe they're the best shoes made, and because every pair has attached to it a positive guarantee that the wearer shall get satisfaction in every respect. SELZ SHOES are the only shoes so guaranteed, and we call your attention to the fact that such a guarantee shows that the maker has full confidence in the merits of his work. RYANS" SELZ ROYAL BLUE SHOE STORE The Choice of I Women of Fashion Any shoe store that can satisfy women of fashion in the critical matter of shoes—in the smart styles which such women demand —in the comforting such feet must have—can satisfy anybody. For that reason we have set out to show the women of this city that it can be done, and the first step in making such a demon stration was to get to gether a good stock of WEBB BROTHERS Department Store will be open evenings for Christmas Shop pers, commencing Saturday, I December 16 and continuing I until Christmas. '•••^-^^•iii»- gewcLens Kom ci ANS .6i*HA»»CH. N. DAKOT SELZ FINE SHOES FO WOMEN Grand Pacific Hotel Building: At ARMORY Social Dance after Contest Music by Peck's Six Piece Orchestra