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1 IV V" 1 I. 'i *1 I TIIB. Inmate's Annual Entertainment GIVEN AT North Dakota State Penitentiary Thursday Evening, March 30, 1916 AT 8 P. M. Special train leaves Soo Depot at seven-thirty, P. M. Returns immediately after performance. ADMISSION 25 CENTS. Round-Trip Railroad Fare 25 Cents. i° 'sfet -V o— 3 CITY NEWS u— Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Reiohel of Fort Clark are spending a short lime here. Among the patients to enter the Bismarck hospital within the last two days were: Mrs. S. A. .Michelson, Jlazelton Martha Seel'red, Lehr Mrs. John Klein, Turtle Lake Mrs. F. \r. Black, Mott Phil Blank, New Salem Mrs. A. N. McDonald, AVer nor. Pa tients to he discharged were: Mrs. Order a Spring Sat Today A Golden Opportunity to Save a $10 8iU on a Made-to-measure Suit Despite the 25% *i?f? -.-U DRISCOLL VISITOR HERE. J. M. Meringdai of Driscoil was in the city yesterday, irinsaetin,? iusi ness and calling on friends. TO HOLD MEETING. The quarterly meetir.* of the First Baptist church will be held in the church April 5. A program and the various reports for the year will be given. EXAMINER HERE. T. S. Trifling, naturalization exam iner, with headquarters in St. Paul, is in the city on official business. •While here he will be the guest of his sister, Mrs. Hoy Robinson of the McKenzie hotel. HOSPITAL NOTES. to 60% advance in the price of woolens J.W. Jones & Sons "Yoor Tailors Sir" CHICAGO have made it possible for us to display 340 Spring and Summer 1916 patterns in our store the equal of which in value has never been shown in this town. Your in spcction of them is invited. Ask us to show you "The Line Thats Different" PRICES $13i? to $30-ra NO EXTRA CHARGES BLOCK E A I O Grand Pacific Hotel We Aim at All Times The Resources One Million Tg ,'^r -a •-•inr. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE ORDER YOUR OVERLAND NOW Hundreds of Would»be OVERLAND Owners are going to be Disappointed. RIGHT NOW we have orders with the Overland Factory for 308 cars for immediate shipment. At least one-half of these orders were placed in February Already there are scores of Overland buyers on the waiting list. Imagine, if you can, what the situation will be in April and May. And, if you expect to buy an Overland, place your order at once, else you will be compelled to purchase some other make and Pay More. And in considering the purchase of an Automobile, Remember. Service Is Our Middle Name LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY 'Everything for the AutomobileJ William Smith, New Salem Baby Walter Sheerle, New Salem Ruai Shepard, Burnstad Charles Busse, Gull Lake, Sask., Can. A. O. Oyan, Werner William Wagner, Washburn Mrs. William Hummel. Fleak Bernt Johnson, Washburn Mrs. Henry Mantz, Garrison, and .T. M. Ebel. .'vie-j dina. BIRTHS ANNOUNC ED. Announcement has been made cf the birth of a soil io Mr. and Mrs. K. WL Koot of Leith, Saturday, in the Bismarck hospital. Also a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hemek of Wer ner, in the same institution. WERE GIVEN SENTENCE. Joe Burtts and Robert Cherry, who were arrested the firs: of the week by Sheriff J. P. French, and who are alleged to have stolen t-.vn loads of wheat, were sentenced Salurdav bv Judge W. L. Nuesslo to oik- tn five years in the state peni'.eiuiar.v. To extend to our own customers every possible courtesy and banking service. MAKES LARGEST SALES. H. D. Dudding, manager of the L. C. Smith Typewriter sub-branch with headquarters in Bismarck, is in re ceipt of a telegram stating that this branch made the record sales for the month of February, inth Minneapo lis district. Mr. Dudding and his sales manager, Hugo Swenson, dis tributed 40 machines during February in this district. TO DEFEND IN $250,000 SUIT AGAINST OFFICIALS iMonday morning Attorney Andrew Miller will leave for Minot, where he will represent the defense in the suit brought by Grant S. Youmans against the state banking board for $2r0.000 damages suffered by the plaintiff in business, when the state bank exam iner ordered the Youmans bank, at Minot to close its doors. Johnson's Popular Priced Store. If you dealer does not have XKWBRO'S IlERl'TCIDE. the Original Dandniff-Cierm send direct, to our laboratory for the genuine. A full r0e size bottle will be forwat* postage paid, together with an interesting booklet telling all about the care of the ha SEE COUPON Sold and guaranteed at all toilet goods counters. Applications at the better barber shops. LENHART DRUG CO. Special Agents .59S-\ j-"s Y- You can have a Wealth of Lustrous Hair like mine BY THE USE OF Newbro's Herpicide Destroys Dandruff Stops Falling Hair Bright, Scintillating, Luxuriant hair is within the roach of every girl and woman. It is all a matter of care and cultivation. N'o longer is it necessary for your hair to be dull, brittle, lustcrless. A few applications of NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE will effect the most astonishing change. The hair will radiate health and beauty—its growth will be stimulated—it will show life, snap and lustre before unknown. Every particle of dandrnif will disappear and the hair will cease to come out. The scalp will be clean and healthy and the itching instantly stop, llerpicide has a most exquisite odor and is a delight to use. Take No Substitute There Is Nothing Just As Good ational Bank 9 For Sale For sale at a bargain, choice 160 acres of land 12 miles from Bismarck. Practically all under cultivation, all fenced, with fair buildings. Good spring of water. Must be sold before April first. For Rent. 160 acres within 6 miles from Bismarck. About 120 acres under cultivation. Fair buildings, good well and windmill, all fenced. On main traveled road to Bismarck. List your farm lands and city property with us for sale. See us about Loans on farm lands and City property. Let us write your fire Insurance. D.T. Owens & Co. BISMARCK *HONE 421 ... ... -J-,." 1. -.•- A-r.?'.". .'1 SUNDAY, MARCH 28, 191«. CV Bismarck, North Dakota .. j.