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TUESDAY. JANUARY 16, 1912.
Did you ever stop to think that your bookkeep er spends half his time trying to prevent errors, and half of the other half looking for the mistakes all his precautions couldn't prevent? You pay him for full time but only a quarter of it is realy productive. If he had a Burroughs you could get the produc tion you're paying for. May we prove it? Burroughs Adding Machine Co. Magill BUg., frtftf GVCLPCS -m* How People Lose Their Money By concealing it about their person in stowing it away in mugs, jugs and jars by sewing it up in skirts and ticks by tucking it under couches and car pets in cupboards and bureau drawers How People Save Their Money By depositing it in a good, reliable bank. Confident that this bank meets the public needs, we tender the servi ces of our bank to all who believe in keeping on the safe side. BISMARC BANK T. C, POWER, President I. P. BAKER. Vice-President G. H. RUSS, Jr., Cashier WILL BE PLEASED TO HAVE YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT "TO?? SEVENTEEN BOARDERS IN COUNTY BASTILE RECENT RAIDS BY LAW ENFORC- ERS ADDED TO LIST OF FRISONERS. Those Who Recently Pleaded Guilty Were Sentenced and Have Com menced to Serve Terms. As a result of some of the cases from maintaining common nuisance had recently before Judge Winchester in his chambers there are several new boarders for the winter at the county jail. Those who* recently pleaded guilty and have commenced their sentences are Charles Campbell, James Sper beck, Arthur Schroeder and Hans Ol son. The case against James Finstad was dismissed. Sheriff Barnes now has seventeen steady boarders at his hotel and the capacity of his domicile is almost reached but more no doubt could be taken care of. Special Sale this week Oil all granite ware at The Wonder. Canned Good* Having an oversupply of California canned goods, we will sell at a remarkable low price. See the quality and price which will easily prove that we sell them for less than we can now buy wholesale be cause of the advance in price on canned goods. Yellow Cling Peaches. 2 1-2 lb. can 20c Yellow Crawford Peaches, 2 1-2 lb. can 20c Apricots, 2 1 -2 lb. can gc Plums, 2 1-2lb. can 19c Eg* Plums, 2 1-2 lb. can l*c Get your orders in at once. We not only save you money but give you better quality goods. Do not delay, this is the last chance to get grapes. Single basket 10c Per basket in quantity lots 8 1-Zc each. fresh TUh Tic%ereU per lb. 5 U2c White Fish Pike and Gold Eyes at reduced prices. Special prices to dealers for quantity buying. Try our SPRING LAMB for Que eating. You can't get a piece of old mutton, because we have nothing but lambs in the yard. Our GRAIN FATTENED BEEF gives you the best quality with less waste. Try it.—you'll like it. FRESH KILLED PORK. We butcher out poik fresh to fill the supply for our trade. Frozen pork is not as good as fresh killed and that is where our Pork and Sausages is so much better. SAUSAGES—It is all pork—pure meats, freshly killed and with our long experience and attention to the work you get the Highest Quality Meats in town. GUSSNER'S Phone 60 Bismarck, N.D. MASONS WILL NEWTEMPLE NEXT MONTH FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, IS DATE SET FOR ELABORATE CERE MONIES WHICH WILL BE ATTENDED BY PROMINENT MASONS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF STATE. COMMITTEES APPOINTED The dedication of the new Masonic Temple at Bismarck, North Dakota, which will cost over $30,000.00 will occur at 3 p. m. Friday, February 16th. The following committees have been appointed to take charge of the dedication ceremonies, with recep tion and dance in the evening: Executive Committee: G. W. Wolbert, R. D. Hoskins, C. B. Little, W. S. Sasselman. L. K. Thompson. Dedication Committee: Wm. O'Hara, H. R. Berndt. Joseph Hare. Dance Committee: Georg* H. Russ, Jr., BROTHERHOOD WILL ENJOYANMMLBANQUET PRESBYTERIAN MEN WILL HAVE ANNUAL EVENT THURS DAY EVENING. Elaborate Program of Toasts Will Follow the Feast of Good Things to Eat. The third annual banquet of the Presbyterian Brotherhood will be given Thursday evening to all the men of the cfcurcb. Those who e* pect to come are asked to notify the secretary of the committee, Mr. John Forlster, or BergeSOni' store, iwhere tickefls can be purchased. The menu will be up to the usual standard of high excellence. The program, with Mr. Iver Acker, pres ident of the Brotherhood, as toast master will be as follows: Male Quartet Messrs. Halverson, Chase, Welch and Humphreys Hopes and Fears of the New Year By Men E. M. Thompson The Chutfch and Education E. J. Taylor V/hy the Scotch are Presbyterians Male Quartet. TO HAVE CHARGE. SECOND TEMPLE IN STATE DEVOTED EX CLUSIVELY TO MASONIC USAGES. J. L. Bell The Church and the Young Man., ... Thorn DickHnson Why the Church Should Be Run Judge Bruce GOODBASKETBALL GAME SCHEDULED TONIGHT JAMESTOWN ATHLETICS WILL* MEET BISMARCK TEAM AT AT THE ARMORY. Social Dance Will Follow the Con test and Everyone is Urged to Come Out and Have a Good Time. The basket ball game scheduled for this evening between the James town Athletics and the Bismarck boys in the armory, is the talk of every group that gathers on the street corners, or in the offices or in the restaurants. The two teams ae very evenly matched and the people who are planning on taking in the game feel that with the past record of te locals and the Athletics for good clean sport, another demonstration of what is a fast, furious and fascinating game of rlean sportsmanlke proportons and character wll played this even ing. From everywhere the question is being asked as to the chances of get thing in the hall. The forecas' for the game is such that the seating capac ity of the Place will be taxed to its utmost to take care of the specta tors. After the game a social dance will be enjoyed by all at which Peck's, orchestra will dispense the, sweet strains, to which the eager feet of the dancers will trip lightly. Jas* Hebrew Comedian, at the Orpheum Tonight A Tomorr**' Night tOK DAILY TRIBUNE Burt Finney, John A. Graham. Supper Committee: Wm. F. Cochrane, Robert Orr, A. P. Lenhart. Invitations and Tickets: R. TT Hoskins, A. B. Welch, W. S. Casselman. The new Masonic Temple at Bis marck will be the second one in North Dakota devoted exclusively to Masonic use, Fargo having had one for many years. The Bismarck brethren hope that brother Masons from all over our state may be able tc attend the cer emonies. They may be assured of a good time. **^^##^^#^#^#^^^#^#^»#^##s#^### »y City News CAME TO BISMARCK. John Bullock of Moffitt, favored E'ismarck with his presence today. WAS FROM STERLING. P. M. Gosney, of Sterling, was among the numerous visitors in the capital city today. RETURNS HOME. Mrs. Mary Tuttle, sitser of O. H. Will, who has been visiting here for some time, will return Thursday to har home at Syracuse, N. Y. MEET A K. P. HALL. The local lodge of Odd Fellows have rented quarters in the K. P. hall and will hold their first lodge meeting there Thursday evening of this week. MACCABEES MEETING. The Ladies of the Maccabees will meet tonight (Tuesday) at 8 o'clock at K. P. hall. A full attendance is desired MONANGOITE IN TOWN. Mrs. Bruoe Scott of Monango ar rived here from the south last evening and left for eastern points today for a short visit with friends. DRISCOLLITES IN CITY. P. H. Langley and Alb-art Peterson of Driscoll are Mslness men who are in this city today looking after some matters at the court house. CURRENT EVENTS CLUB. The ladies of the Current Events club will meet Wednesday after noon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Andrew Miller, 818 Avenue B. A large attendance is desired. FROM GLEN ULLIN. Dr. O. T. Benson arrived here last evening from Glen Ullin. He will remain in the city until the atfernoon train leaves for the west. One of his patients was brought to this city and he is here in consultation with local physicians. CRACKER MAN HERE. C. B. Wade, ofrmerly chief of police of Fargo, now traveling for a biscuit company, spent the past two days in this city looking after business. Mr. Wade always has some good stories to tell other waiting travelers and has put in some of his time during the last 24 hours making the burdens of travel seem lighter for a few. WHITEHEAD IN MANDAN. Colonel Fen. Whitehead left this morning for Mandan, where he is working on some matters pertaining to his "Builders of the Common wealth." Mr. Whitehead is having considerable success with this work and is also giving part of his efforts to landing the position as democrat ic national committeeman. REVIVE DAMAGE 8UIT. Parties Who Fell Through Sidewalk Will Sue City Again. The action for damages brought against the city last summer by M. C. Peterson and his wife, Selma Peter son, is to be revived, papers having b-sen served to bring the matter be fore the district court. Last summer Peterson and his wife fell through a plank sidewalk in front of Si Rohrer's excavation on Fourth street, and both were some what injured. An attempt was made by the Peterson's to effect a satisfac tory settlement with the city com mission, but the offer made was not accepted. The amount the injured par ties wil ask for in the district court will approximate nearly $2,000. FORTNIGHTLY CLUB. The members of the Fortnightly Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. John Burke at the governor's residence. All members are requested to be in at tendance. WEDNESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Flannel shirts, $2.50 value at $1.50 $1.50 and $2.00 values at 75c. «C9fMTBl* ^MARSTTEZI Printed Stationery For business and professional men. The DISTINCTIVE sort BISMARCK TRIBUNE I No Rubber Bands To Break No Strings To I Break I BASKET BALL At the Armory TO-NIGHT BISMARCK vs. JAMESTOWN ATHLETICS Game Called at 8:15 Sharp The Bismarck team is fresh from its eastern trip where it broke even in the games played on foreign territory. You'll think a small size cyclone has broken loose when it gets to work on its own floor. Social Dance After the Game—Come and Have Some Fun TO GET BEST RESULTS FROM COAL KEEP THE ASHPIT CLEAN I know that you don't like to, and there's over 80 million people in t»ie United State3 just like you, but you will get a lot more satisfaction from your Coal if you do. Washburn Lignite Coal Co. 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