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9+++++e^r+s^K The Weather PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. Willis L. Moore, Chief of United States Weather Bureau. Bismarck North Dakota, Saturday,* January 13, 1912. All observations taken (75th meridian time). A r-'attleflelcj BISMARCK Calgary Chicago Denver Des Moines Devils Lake Dodge City Diiluth .. (Edmonton. --12, at 8 a. E —L2 —.8 NE —10 NE —2 S 36 ,NW —18 S —X SE —4 S 2 8 S NW 12 S\V 38 W Huron .. Portland .. Kamloous Kansas Cy --12 Med. Hat. Miles City.. Milwaukee Minnedosa oorhead North Platte —10 54 S 14 W S 10 SW .. 4 SW —S SW —6, NE —10 S —4 S 4 SB —28 S —18 SE Port Arthur Prince Albt. Qu' Appelle St. Louis... St. Paul.. --18 Salt Lake Cjr St. Ste. Mar Seattle Sheridan Snokane .. Williston .. Winnemucca Winnipeg. --10 NE —8 SE S 34 SE —28 E 48 SE 24 W 36 S 0 N 36 SW 4 .02 Rrain 14 12 101 6 4 0 Clear 0 Cldy 0 Cldy .02 Cldy .04 Cldy SE A—Stations. B—Lowest terperature last night C—Direction of wind. D—Velocity of wind. E—Precipitation In last 24 hours. T—State of weather. Weather Forecast: Till 7 P. M. Sunday. For North Dakota: Snow and colder tonight, cold wave west por tion Sunday generally fair with colder east portion. For Bismarck and vicinity: Snow and colder tonight, cold wave Sun day generally fair. Weather Condition*. Unsettled weather conditions pre vail this morning. The high pres sure area is over Missouri this morn irg and much lower pressure and higher temperature overlie the Mis souri valley. In the extreme north this pressure has again appeared, and this will result in probably snow and colder tonight, with a cold wave in the western part of the state fol lowed by fair Sunday with colder in the east portion of the state. OHRIS W. ROBERTS, Official In Charge. POLITICAL ADVERTISING. Announcement. Subject to the will' and pleasure of the electors of Burleigh County, I here by announce myself a candidate for the office of State's Attorney at the coming Primary Elections as a Republican. Having resided in this county for near ly ten years, I believe no particular In troduction Is required at this time. I have never, here or elsewhere, sought office, but. If chosen for the office to which I aspire, pledge myself to a faith ful and conscientious discharge to all the duties thereof. H. R. BERNDT, Attorney at Law, BlBmarck, N. D. Look Around Compare Quality and Prices This store takes a back seat for no one. You'll find my regular prices lower than most spech al prices For Instace 4 buckle Overshoes $2.50 that's all I've been asking for them a 11 winter. First grade too. A hun dred and one other thing the same ways You'll Find It Pays to Go See I BISMARCKHWO. CO. BUYS BIG CONTRACT COMPANY REPORT PAST YEAR VERY FAVORABLE—HAVE STRONG FAITH IN BIS- MARCK. W. P. Lomas an Ardent Believer in Advertising—Rightly Places Much Credit for His Firm's Success to Tribune. 0 4 S 8 0 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Clear .06 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Clear 0 Cldy 0 Cldy '0 Clear 0 Cldy 0 Cldy .30 Rain 0 Cldy 1 O Clear 0 Cldy :06 Cldy 0 Clear .12 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Cldy 0 Sleet 0 Cldy 0 Clear 0 Snow 0 Cldy 0 Cldy .08 Cldy 0 Cldy 14 4 4 10 8 S 10 8 14 12 4 12 4 4 14 4 13 4 4 6 4 8 4 •18 4 4 Piijbably the largest udvertisliifc space contract evvr sold a hardware firm in the stale of North Dakota was sigued Saturday by W. P. Lomas for Cldy the Bismarck Hardware company, of which he is manager and the very suc cessful sales—pians used in the past indicates that his judgment is sound. The purchase of this immense con tract for advertising with the Trib une company is one of the greatest compliments ever given to the pull ing power of this newspaper, a fact well known to most regular adver tisers. The company will use a reg ular schedule, running their copy just the same when business is quiet as well as when trade is rushing. This brings the greatest results pos sible and the 6,240 inches intelligently placed in both weekly and daily edi tions means he biggest year's busi ness this firm has ever enjoyed for 1912. A tribute to the Tribune's state wide circulation is further shown In the business secured from adjacent towns, possible only by the customer having read their advertising and making the purchase the first time they are in Bismarck. The Bismarck Hardware company carry not only a very complete stock of shelf and regular hardware, but ihave an extensive line of fancy, nickel and silver kitchen and tableware .with especial attention to the ma-resulted chinist and farmers' needs in wire, fencing, harness, oils, paints, glass, stoves, ranges, furnaces and one of the most complete tinware and sheet equipments of the state. With the present growth and future outlook business conditions ana very favor able for the firm. TOUCK OF LAGRIPPE. Fred L. Conk1in is confined at bisthis home this afternoon from a mild touch of Jagrippe. Hard Colds—People whose blood is pure are not nearly so likely to take hard colds as are others. Hood's Sar saparilla makes the 1 ood pure and this great medicine recovers the sys tem after a cold as no other medi cin does. Take Hood's. TOO LATE TO CLA88IFY. WANTED—Girl for general work. Inquire 104 Ave A. 351A. house Phone FOR SALE or trade for land. Good paying business to right party. In quire O. J., care Tribune office. FOR RENT—Small house, well lo cated and in good condition. George Register. WANTED—Man to travel in North Dakota for 15M2. Soaps, grocery specialties, candies, etc. Good pay and tailor made suit in 90 days. Ex perience unnecessary. J. E. Mc-ple Brady & Co., Chicago. The Markets MINNEAPOLIS CL08E. Wheat. 1 Hard, 1.063-4. 1 Northern, 1.061-4. Arrive, 1.061-4. 2 Northern, 1.04 1-4. Arrive, .1041-4. 3 Wheat, 1.02 1-4 to 1.03 3-4. 1 Durum, 97 arrive, 97. 2 Durum, 94 arrive, 94. Corn. 3 C, 62 to 63. Arrive, 61. 4 Corn, 57 to 60. Oats 3 W O, 47 arive, 47. 3 Oats, 44 1-2 to 46. Barley. Barley, 85 to 1.28. Rye. Rye. 911-2 arrive, 91 1-2. Flax Flax, 2.15 3-4 arrive, 2.141-4. K, 1.061-8 to 1-4 N, 1.07. DULUTH CLOSE. Wheat. May. 1.05 1-&, 1-4 a. July, 1.05 3-4 B. 1 Northern, on track. 1.06 1-8. 1 Northern, on track, 1.051-8. 2 Northern, 1.021-8. Arrive, 1 Nort' 1.05 1-8. No. 2 Norther 1-8. Spot, Durum N... 981-2. Spot, Durum No. a, 941-2. Arrive, 1.981-2. May, 1.001-2 B. Oat*. Oats, to arrive. 46 1-8. Rye. Rye, on track. 89 to 91. Barley. Barley, on track. 75. 1.29. Corn. No. 3 C. 591-4. Flax. Flax, on track 2.161-4. Arrive, 2141-4. January, 2.141-4 B. May, 2.15 3-4 B. February, 2.14 1-4 B. High, May, 1.05 1-4. Low, 1.04 7-8 to 1.05. KNIGHTS OF KING AURTH1CELEBRATE MANY FRIENDS OF YOUNG CLUB MEMBER ATTEND CARNJVAL LAST NIGHT. Athletic Exhibition and Other Amuse- 1 ments Help to Pass a Very Fleas ant Evening. The social given by the Knights of King Arthur at the First Baptist church was a great success in every way. About 125 of the friends of the organization came out to enjoy the evenkig with tne boys. The first part of the evening was spent in various kinds of contests in which many of those present took part. These were greatly enjoyed. This was followed by a short program. Walter Healy rendered a cornet solo which was well received. The audience then lis tened to three Scotch songs by Alex McClellan. Pearl Healy sang a very pleasing solo and B. E. Jackson read two selections from Vance Cook's ciild poems. Exhibitions were then given by the boys, illustrating some of the work of the organization. Mes sages were sent by the Morse code by Arthur Shaw and Homer Hinton, op erating two telegraph instruments in different parts of the building. An exhibition of chinning the bar wasguide given by Julius Amb-ersoa, Lyle Fox, Henry and George D6her. A remark able feat was accomplished by George Dohn. who succeeded in chinning the bar 17 times. Robert Dohn gave a splendid exhibition on the horizontal bar, and with Curtis Durlan did some good work in tumbling. A basketball game was then engaged in between two trios from th-a organization, Cur tis Dullam, Henry Dohn and Donald McPhee opposed Julius Amberson, George Dohn and Dill Register. The floor being small only three players were used on each side. The score in a score of 28 to 5 in favor of the former trio The game, how ever, was more closely contested than the score would indicate, and many good plays were made by both sides. Light refreshments were served and the crowd dispersed voting the boys royal hosts. This was the first anniversary of organization, which has grown now until it has 25 members. Bruce E. Jackson has been in charge of the boys and during the past year with their help has succeeded in building up an organization of which all who are interested in the future manhood of our city should be proud. HOLY LAND TODAY. Illustrated Talk Sunday Night at the Presbtyerian Church. Tomorrow evening at the Presbyte rian church Mr. Harris, the pastor, will speak on patriarchal life in the Jordan country. The Bedouins who inhabit this part of Palestine area very interesting people. They are the lineal descendants of Abraham, and perpetuate the customs of the patriarchs. The lecture will be illus trated with 50 slides representing their dress, habits of life, the scenery in which they live. Probably no lec ture in the series which Mr. Harris is giving will throw so much light upon the old testament as this. Those who have no other church engage ments are cordially invited. Service begins promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Peo are urged to come early as the whole service will be conducted with the use of the stereopticon. A THEATER PARTY. J. E. Anton, who is sometimes en dearingly referred to as "Ike" by those who have meat and drink at the McKenzie, gave a theater party at the Orpheum last night in honor of his old friend and comrade Lieu tenant D. Hannifan. Following the party a dainty nine course luncheon was served. Among those present were General Poole, Sam H. Clark, Frank Hayes, Ira W. Brown and Aa ron Christopher. The affair was a distinct social success and marked the urst distinct move on Lieutenant Hannifan's part as a candidate for the Socialist nomination for con gress. Phone 31 1 The Ryan Hu Shoe lore Phone is 31 1 It Connects you with GOOD SHOES gtmmtrdt lathi ulrilntnr City News FROM TAYLOR. Mrs. L. Lewis of Taylor is sheading a couple of weeks visiting friends in this city. COMES FROM MANDAN. Mrs. F. McCall of Mandan is visit ing friends in this city for a few days. She arrived here last evening. FROM STEELE. Miss Martha Stanley of Steele ar rived here last evening and is the guest of friends in this city for a few days. WASHBURN BOY IN CITY. Bert C. Loraine of Washburn ar rived here this morning and is call ing upon several friends in the pool and billiard business. EDGELEYITE HERE. L. E. Slausen of Edgeley, who has been in this city for a couple of days, left for home over the south Soo this morning. CANDO MAN HERE. Frank Shanley of Cando is spend ing some time at the capitol today looking atfer some matters in the land department. NEW IGN IN PLACE. The Orpheum theater has' just added a new electric, multi-colored sign to its equipment and the new can be seen for many blocks up and down Main street. RETURNED HOME. After several days' treatment in one of the local hospitals, John Holm quist has so far recovered as to be ab'.e to return home to Underwood to day on the belated north Soo train. GONE TO CALIFORNIA. H. S. Smith, manager of the local firm of Lewis-Vidger Co., has gone to California, where he will spend the balance of the winter with his fam ily, who have been in the west for the past year. CITY EDITOR SICK. Clarence B. Winters, city editor of The Tribune, is confined to the house with a severe cold. It is expected that he wil be able to resume his du ties on the city desk by Monday morning. RETURNS TO GARRISON. Carl Robinson, who has been con fined in one of the local hospitals for some time, has so far recovered as to be able to return to his home at Garison. He left over the north Soo this morning. HUFF OF HUFF. J. S. Huff, after whom the town of Huff., Morton county, was named, ar rived here eysterday and is today looking after the business interests of one of his friends who recently got in trouble here. LUMBER CO. REPRESENTED. W. J. Bickert. auditor of the Hoi lingsworth-Hart Lumber company, ar rived here from Washburn last even ing and will spend some time in the city today. He will leave for his home in Bowdle, S. D., the fore part of next week. REMINGTON MAN HOME. Harry Valstad, who makes his headquarters here, and who. is the hustling representative for the Rem ington Typewriter company, came in last evening from an extended andi successful trip to the west. He will remain over Sunday and then leave for other points in his territory. RETURNED FROM LINTON. Karl Klein of Washburn, head of the Klein Land company, arrived here from Linton, where he had been on a business trip. He was met here by the agent of the company, John Frey, and two men from Menno, S. D., who are interested in this section of the country and will probably buy from one-half to three quarters of a section each before returning home. SEEK NORTH DAKOTA LAND. Robert Fischer and Andreas Neu of Menno, S. D., are in the city today and will leave for the country north of here to look over some real estate with the idea of purchasing a goodly piece. Both gentlemen expressed themselves well pleased with this country so far as they had seen it, and should it prove as good on closer investigation will buy and make their homes here. SMALL WRECK ON 800. Last evening when the local freight from Drake to this -city was making the top of the hill near Baldwin the train broke in two and when the two sections ran together two cars of coal were thrown from the track. No one was injured and the wrecker sent out late last evening had' the wreck cleared up so that passenger trains could leave onl yabout three hours atfer schedule time. COMMERCIAL CLUB SMOKER. Monday evening next the Mandan Commercial club will give a smoker at their rooms in the club house and all members are invited to be pres ent as well as an invitation to all who have any desire to see Mandan become the best city on the river. Secretary R. F. Flint of the State Dairymen's Association will be pres ent and will give a comprehensive outline of the program planned for the convention which meets here in February. This meeting promises to be one of the best held in this city and it is very likely some matters of con siderable importance will be dis posed of at this meeting. "A month at Corwin Springs will do more for you than a barrel of patent medicine, The climate treat ments and medicinal waters do it. Corwin Springs, Mont." PLAN DANCING PARTY. The members of the Fort Lincoln Social club have made announce ment of a dancing party to be given at the gymnasium on the fort grounds Monday evening. This is the third of a series of delightful parties ibeing given by the enlisted men at Fort Lincoln. ENTERTAINED FRIENDS. Mr. and Mrs. George Gorham en tertained a number of their friends at their home last evening with a card party and the -event was a most enjoyable one. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Christ, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. J. Breen, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bills. Refreshments were also served. RELIEF SHORT LIVED. When last evening the moderation in the weather was apparent there was a general sigh of relief over the change, and the people were felicitat ing themselves upon th-e fact that the backbone of the winter had been frac tured. This seemed to have been borne out when the reports from the A BIG SALE METZ "TWENTY-TWO" Fully Equipped as Shown THINK OF IT: Four cylinder motor 3 3-4x4, BOSCH magneto, wheel base. HANDSOME, POWERFUL. Everyone that has seen says that it is, bigger, classier, and better built than they had dared imagine. NOT A CHEAP THING ABOUT IT. Let us show you what this car will do on the road. Call or write for catalogue and agency proposition. We also handle the OVERLAND line. $900.00 for a 5 passenger 30-horse car with sliding gear transmission. Ask for the OVERLAND catalogue AUTOMOBILE OWNERS We are in the automobile business "head over heels." Our big TIRE PLANT and GARAGE equipped with all kinds of machinery and in charge of high-class experts, and our stock of automobile supplies (the largest west of the Twin Cities) enables us to furnish you with ANY THING FOR THE AUTOMOBILE. Get our prices on supplies—We Guarantee to Save You Money. We Would Like to Give You a Price on Your Overhauling Job. LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY 212 Fourth Street Bismarck, N. Dak. weather bureau indicated only 8 below, zero this morning. But the Joy waa turned to grief when on reading fur ther down the line the report went on to say that a cold wave and snow was coming. r**************1** CHILDREN'S AND MISSES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR v1*dektS«Mli^ Factory wliichbMrnCteMUMlHoMMMtfduMiM. TU BatVain ctet Sold. A Ckau ofTwenty-litre Stylet. +++**-r. W E I N S MORGAN-WINTERS. Last evening on train No. 5, George E. Morgan and his bride arrived in this city from an -extended trip through the east, but to many who have known Mr. Morgan there was some surprise when he brought back a Mrs. Morgan, as no word of his in tention had been given out to his friends before leaving for the -east. The facts are that Mr. Morgan and Miss Christine Winters of Indianap olis were married at the home of the bride on December 27, after Which they left for Washington, D. C, re turning to Chicago and Duluth, where they spent a short time. Mrs. Morgan is a talented young FOR LITTLE E O E Ia theae aBKittaeata will t. foaadtamest!tofitcMldrta flraa 1 to 16 years of t$t A. W. LUCAS COMPANY SATURDAY. JANUARY 13, 1912. 90-inch this car woman and will be made welcome to the society of this city. Mr. Morgan is the mineral surveyor for the de partment of the interior for this land district and 'has been in the state for three years. They have engaged a suite of rooms at the Grand Pacific, where they wil] make their home for an indefinite period. 1W MiiinMpoltt DoOuvHotel MO MODERN ROOMS Loaned!ia Heart of BoahMaa District 1 0 0 I I O RATE $1.0 0 tUROFIAN. RATK PM TWO KROONO 0I.M MMMTCMVMMIOTIMUTUTM iwmr ROOM HU MOT MO OOU» VATCR, OTCAM HUT OAO AMI IMMTS. PORCCtAIN UVATORV, nOOR. AND TCUMMNC SCRVWC TO nee ANO emr. OATH BOO— ARC FINISHED WHITC Tin WITH OWN MCRCI puree PUIMSIN*. seven-crour nnc .PWOOP ANNCX NOW CONPUTCO. Now on Exhibit New Spring Lines of Im ported French Ginghams 32 in hes wide, guaranteed absolutely fast wash colors, in a great va riety of small and medium check, broken checks and plaids and stripes—we wish to call your special attention this line. Price 25c Per yard.