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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1912.
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D.% Feb. 5—John Ribbling of Dresden, was taken into custody here Friday morning by Sheriff W. L. Drury on the charge of bootlegging, and the same day in jus tice court before O. B. Aldrich, was bound over to the district court. Rib bling is said to have been dispensing Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use Far Over 3 0 Years TUB CCNTAUR COMPANY. TT MUMMr ST1ICCT NCW VOMK CITV. booze about the city on Thursday, when he came down from Dresden, and for several weeks prior to that time is alleged to have been dispens ing booze quite freely at the latter place. A DU8T MOP AND FLOOR POLISHER. No oil or grease to soil art squares or rugs. Gives a beautiful rich pol ish and does not leave a slippery surface. WEBB BROS Bargain Basement. WebsWs ft White Liniment for Sore Throat UB Webster's White Liniment over the chest and throat. It stimulates the blood circulation. 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Including most effective remedies for all such fcwsaaa ailments ms do not require a doctor—household remedies that should be la the medicine cabinet of every family—also pure toilet preparations. Your draititt has them or can get them for you. WEBSTER CHEMICAL COMPANY St, Paul. Minnesota HOME BREAD ••HOME BREAD Is the Bread of the Toton We also have a fall line of pastries. Ton can get anything yon want in the way of PIES. CAKES. COOKIES «nd POUGHNUTS Tou don't know the best until you try HU6HES BROTHERS BAKERY Phone S«e Fifth Street "Take It To Gunderson" You Get It Right The reason why your friend tells you this about your suit pressing, is because he has had us do his tailor work, and repair ing, pressing, etc. and knows the quality of our work. No matter what the job is, when Ed gets on it, you have no more worries, because "its right"—then, Ed's prices are right too. ED. GUNDERSON, The Tailor McKenzie Hotel Bkfg. Basement. Bismarck LITTLEJCIRCUS STAR USES AMUSING SLANG BEWITCHING IDA ST. LEON WILL APPEAR IN BISMARCK WITHIN WEEK Polly of The Circus Company Will Stage Its Production at Bijou Thea ter Monday Evening. Miss Ida St. Leon, who portrays the title part in Frederick Thompson's "Polly of the Circus," uses slang that is very amusing in the first act of the play which comes to the Bijou theatre on Monday evening, February 12. The litttle sick-a-bed lady of the tan bark, injured by a fall of her hcrse, is seen tucked away under coverlets in the home of a rural minister, who is the good Samaritan of the occasion. She wakes up early in the morning and slowly comes to realization of what happened. John, the clergyman, sits beside her and their conversation develops the most charming episode of the story. Polly talks in the only language she, knows, the argot of showland, and the minister gives gentle, often puzzled responses. The spirit of the girlish naivete, the delicate, impulsive realism the lift1© circus riders puts in to these words, invests the scene with subtle poetry and carries a current of pathos underneath its mild humor. As the talk goes on, people in the audience laugh, and tX the same time wouW like to cry a little. In this epoch of slangsters, on and off theguest stage, the vernacular is usually forced to absurd hyperbole. Real in its out ward sembalance, it is only a cheap pose within. In life slang is usually merely an effort to be smartly col loqufel. and when put upon the stage in its insincerity is accentuated. The Rose Stahls, the Victor Moores and Rose Stahls, the Victor Moores and the irrespressibl» slang mongers of When Polly learns that John is a clergyman she bounces up with: "Great Barnum and Bally- You a Bky rilot! Well, I ne*-* thought that I would be talking to one of you guys." *Wy church is right out there," says John. "You can see it from, the win dow." "How long have you worked here?" she asks. "I've only been here about six months." "Six months! Haven't they got mighty tired of your spiel?" "I hope they haven't." BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE -w, ..M W ...««. at Almont, arrived here from St. Paul "Gee! Six months in a burg like 1 the latter part of last week. After this! They must be sick of you—or perhaps you change your act. Do you do the same stuff all the time, or have you a rep?" "A rep?" queries the puzzled "sky pilot." "Sure," repertory. Different acts— entries some call them.. in the big cities where you have a run" "I see. Well, I try to say something new every Sunday." N "None of your acts is like circus, acts, are they? Is there any laughs in your acts?" "Not many laughs, I'mL afraid.. But ministers try to telli The scene closes when "Polly is given a peep at the pictures in the minister's Bible. Her eye is caught with the ftqures of Ruth and Naomi, from whose costumes she argues that ?they must foe circus Mks." She) asks to be read the story, and the minister begins: "Entreat me not to leave thee. Whither thou goest, I will go. Thy people shall be my people tby ways my ways, and thy God my God." BREAKS DP A GOLD IN SEVERAL HOURS Pape's Cold Compound is the re- Pape' Col Compoun is in re *JJr"ZV Take this hf.mless Compound as directed, with the knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world which will cure your cold or end Grippe misery as promptly and without any other as sistance or bad after-effects as a 36 cent package of Pape's Cold Com pound, which any druggist in the world can supply. W»##»»i»»»i»»»»»«»*»»«*w#«w City News »e*#a*e#f^^a#a^ta*a»#e*»*»^»*^»^*#'#^«H#^ FROM M'CLUSKY. Ed X. Moore tbe AlcClusky Ga- zette transacted business in the city Saturday and Sunday. While here Mr. Moore was a social visitor at the Tribune. LUMBERMAN IN CITY. Samuel Lenhart of the Hollings worth-Hart Lumber company, with of fices at Garrison, spent Friday and a part of Saturday in the city, looking after the company's interestc. UP FROM FLASHER. W. H. Burke, attorney at law of Flasher, spent Saturday and* Sunday as a guest at the McKenzie hotel. While here Mr. Burke looked after some matters at the capitol. He re turned home Monday. ACTRESS HERE. Miss Ruth Chandler, who so pleased the people at the Orpneum a few days ago with her old maid act, spent Sun day in this place while en route to Mtaot, where she has an engagement for a week. NEW REPRESENTATIVE. S. R. Morris of Beach has been apointed by the International Harves ter company to represent the company at Beach, and hereafter Mr. Morris will carry a full line of the I. H. C. good*. ATTORNEY FROM FLASHER. Attorney Robert F. Nash of Flash er arriver here Saturday and was a of friends in the city over Sun day. While her© he looked after som© legal matters at the land office, and Monday morning returned home by way of the Mott train. VISITED HERE. Mrs. John Morrow and daughter of ,r, Mandan, were the guests of friends t]jIs S a a an a round 0 the vaudeville stage represent a —. _...—_-.. i„*- «_ strained point of view, they are off tho key of reality, tout Polly talks in circus metaphor, because she is child who knows nothing beyond it. Her slang is absolutely spontaneous. "Kinder tough, ain't it?" says Polly, when she finally understands that the show has to go and leave her behind. "How long will it be?" "The doctor can tell better about •that when he comes," answers the young minister. "Doctor! As bad as that, eh? It's my wheel, ln't it?" "Yo what?" demands Mandy, the colored nurse, in surprise. "My wheel—my creeper. Oh, golly, that hurts. It is punctured? nile here the shopping dls- tricte. They returned home late in the afternoo_ on the late train. FROM GARRISON. Several of the leading business men of Garrison, spent Friday and Satur day in this city, looking after busi ness matters. Among them were C. H. Taylor, Samuel Lenhart and W. W. Harvey. LEFT FOR LONG TRIP, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McGowan and son, John, left Saturday morning for a long trip in the east and south. They will visit Minneapolis, Pine Bluff and Hot Springs, Ark., and numerous other points in the southern part of the United States. RETURNED HOME. Guy L. Walster who was in this city taking an examination at theBLUE. post office. Saturday for a position in the civil servicer aeturned to Dick inson. Saturday evening. Mr. Wal ster is a member of Company K. N. D. N. G. and is now engaged in teach, ing school near Dickinson. FROM ST. PAUL. Adolph M. Larson for a couple of vears in the firm of A. Timmerman a short visit to friends in this city he left for Almont to look over the business situation. OYSTER SUPPER. The oyster supper given from 5 un til 9 o'clock Saturday evening by the „.......« ... —. Why, Uncle .Ladies' Aid of the Swedish Lutheran Toby—he's our clown—has got twenty church, was a success In every way. entries. Makes a heap of difference Those having the pleasure to be pres ent state the culinary arrangements were perfect. A large company of, people attended and made the affair a financial as well as social success. FROM BEACH. Howard J. Egan of Beach spent Fri day and Saturday in this city and 'lumiaivi- their people while here made a contract with the things which help them forget their International Harvester company to week-day troubles for a time." I represent the company in the western "Why that's just like the circus business—only circuses draw more people than the churches." part of the state Mr. Egan was for merly in the grain business and be fore leaving for his home ordered the daily Tribune to keep him posted for the comping year, HANNA G0E8 HOME. There is not one grain of quinine the state could not be better, and in Pape's Cold Compound, which,' there is a tremndous demand for when taken every two hoars, until Roosevelt for president. Not in one three consecutive doses are taken, will surely end the grippe and break up the most severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves the most mis erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverishness. sneez ing, sore throat, running of the nose, catarrhal affections, soreness, stiff- ness and rheumatic twinges. After three days in Bismarck and Mandan, meeting the leading repub licans of the slope coutnry in the in terest of his candidacy for governor and the candidacy of Theodore Roose velt for president, Congressman L.. B. Hanna, who recently came home from Washington, and made a tour of the state, left for home Sunday evening, well pleased with the conditions in the state. In speaking of the attitude of the people he said, while conversing with a few intimates: "Yon know from the past that I am never very optimistic until the votes are counted, but now I really feel very good. Things over community alone, but all over the state and Unted States." There were many of the men from Beach, Dickinson, Minot, Mott. Man dan. Linton and other points in thein," state who were here to pay their re spects to the congressman. Conerett Stays Put. suit of three years' research at a cost S of more than fifty thousand dollars, worse. If the concrete la properly and contains no quinine, which we made. The usual means of wrecking have conclusively lemonstrated is n. la boose have not the slightest effect effective in the eatment of colds or grippe. As concrete gets older it becomes rinril hl^-thiit Is of on concrete. The sledgehammer, the drill and dynamite must be used Adds might be used to disintegrate the concrete, but the expense would be enormous. The only thing to do it to loosen the material with explosive" and then break it free from the stee (•-enforcement with sledgehammer" «nd that Is a long, tedious job.—Bosto Advertiser. win mm WATER SUPPLY GRAND PORKS, Feb. 5.—Special interest attaches to the regular bi weekly dinner of the Commercial club which will be held on Tuesday even ing in the club rooms. The general subject for the evening is the Grand fcorks water supply and the method of filtration used in this city, together with an explanation of chemicals used In times when the raw water shows an unusual prevalence of bacteria. Director Thomas Cooper of the North Dakota Better Farming association has been invited to attend the meet ng and may deliver an address on the purposes.and progress of the as sociation. I The subject of the city's water sup ply past, present and future will be discussed by Director G. F. Ruedlger of the flltar and City Engineer H. J. Lykicen. The dinner will be served promptly at 6:15 o'clock and adjourn ment will be taken sharp at 8:15 THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUINC. Talk No. 4. Liquid bluing is mainly water. Giv en half or a cent's worth of bluing and a large bottle filled with water and you have the frail excuse that's called bluing. Always use RED CROSS BALL The best blue anywhere at any price. It does make the laundress smile for a week. Large package 5 cents. AT ALL GOOD GROCERS. CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP. THIS IS TO CERTIFY that Wil liam E. Lahr and Frank A. Lahr, botii of whom reside at Bismarck, Burleigh County, North Dakota, are now and ever since the first day of January, 1910, have been partners doing busi ness' as the Lahr Motor Sales Com pany." That the principal place of business of said Lahr Motor Sales Company is at Bismarck, Burleigh County. North Dakota, and that the said William E. Lahr and Frank A. Lahr are all the members of said Lahr Motor Sales Company. WILLIAM E. LAHR, FRANK A. LAHR. State of North Dakota.) |ss. County of Burleigh On this 2Hh day of January, 1912, a Notary Public within and for said county and state, personally appeared William E. Lahr and Frank A. Lahr, known to me to be the same persons described in and Who executed the within and foregoing instrument and severally acknowledged to me that they -executed the same. mammmmmR P. SKEELS, Notary Public. Burleigh Co., N. D. (Seal) My Commission Expires March 31, 1917. NOTICE OF SALE OF SEED GRAINI BONDS. Notice is hereby given that sealed' proposals for the purchase of the Bow man County, North Dakota, bonds here inafter described will be received by the Board of County Commissioners of Bowman County at the office of the County Auditor, in the Court House In the Village of Bowman, North Dako ta, up to the hour of Two (2) o'clock P. M., on the 20th day of February, A. D. 1912. and will be opened by said Board at that time. The bonds hereby offered are Seed Grain Bonds of Bowman County, North Dakota, to the amount of Thirty* Five Thousand Dollars ($35,000.00), is* sued pursuant to Chapter 210 of the Laws of the Eleventh Session of the Legislative Assembly of the State of North Dakota, "An act authorizing Counties to is sue bonds or warrant to procure seed grain for needy farmers resident there, approved March 1st, KM)®. Said bonds will be in denomina tions of Five Hundred Dollars ($500.00) each, will bear date the 20th day of February, 1912 will mature In three years from their date, and bear interest not to exceed 7 per cent per annum, payable semi-annually. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check of One Thousand Dol lars ($1,000.00) made payable to the Chairman of the Board of County Com missioners as a guarantee to furnish the cash for the bonds sold. The Board of County Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Dated at Bowman, North Dakota, this 3rd day of February, A. D. 1912. J. B. JAMBS, County Auditor, Bowman County. North Dakota. WHITE GOODS SALE FEBRUARY SALE O MUSLIN Shirt Waists, Etc, A Delightful Showing That Will LET US S For a Standard Grade 5c Cigar Call For oirth Dakota Star 5c Cigars at any retail store in Bismarck BISMARCK GROCERY COMPANY, Distributors Bismarck, North Dakota Large quartered oak mission style dresser, with 24x30 inch mirror, 42x20 inch top, beautifully finished, with rich flaking panels, very attractive, and priced from $24 down to the Spring Clean Up Sale Price of $ 1 9 0 0 Quarterd oak dresser, large sizes, nicely finished, and selling regularly at 20, we price now at $ 1 6 0 0 Birch wood dresser, unique and novel, very pretty in all, several sizes, selling at $16.50. In Spring Clean Up Sale a* $ 1 2 0 0 Oak dressers in smaller sizes, with bevel mirror, and full oak construction throughout, well made and fine values. Formerly $12. Spring Clean Up Price.. $ 8 0 0 Princess Dresser Large roomy top, large clear bevel plate mirror, in rich oak design, serpentine 4 front—exceptionally distinctive and in M' keeping with the finest furnished homes. For this sale we price $ 2 0 0 0 Princess dressers in mission style and finish, very popular and very pretty. We l"^ have a few in this style for quick sale at the special price of $ 1 3 5 0 Thr* as S 15he FAMOUS City National Bank Bldg. THIS DRESSER Spring Clean Sale Only $20 A solid quartered Oak Dresser, with serpentine front, 24x30 inch French plate mirror, 40x21 inch roomy top with large drawers, finish inside and out, wood nobs easy running casters, beautifully finished throughout. This is one of the finest pieces of furniture in stock and sold regu larly at $25.00. This spring clean up price is $ 2 0 6 We have listed several popular styles, but have an endless va riety at any price you may wish to pay. Take advantage of this Spring Clean Sale for a decided saving on better quality furniture FIELD'S FURNITURE STORE NEED A RIG The let us Supply You. Phone 105 Gentle horsesgand good rigs with personal at tention to our customers' wants WHITE ASH LIGNITE [COAL Per Ton $2.50 Delivered in your bin Quality Guaranteed CLOOTEN'S LIVERY Old Waehter Barn Phone I0S SI4 Main St