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I SCOOP fi¥! ,! 5 I 0- «,*? if- mm. REPORTER p) "©flit iMTt" %u-' %^i !E IBM I COIPMSHDM Commissioner in Report Notes Ad mission of New Associa- tions Five new county mutual insurance companies were admitted in North Dakota during the fiscal year cover ed bv Insurance Commissioner Tay lor's thirteenth annual report of the department. These were the Farm er's County Mutual Insurance asso ciation of Sheridan county, McClus •Jcy the Fram 'Fanners' Mutual Fire Insurance Co. of Williams county, E. H. L. Vesperman, ,-.'- r*T'vn«jyww»i»-vw'r.T.»« Manager, Bismarck Auditorium. (rOUX BOSS- ITS UP "TO OS ^0 POT FORWARD PASS 0VER.-3 SCORE,- 96-5^-3*-37 /5"~ FROM DOLUflFi TRftZAH BOY- UEZ tQ Bonetrail the Hettinger County Mu tual Fire Insurance Co. of Mott the Mountrail County Mutual Insurance Co. of Manitou. and the Wildrose Fanners' Mutual Fire and Lightning Insurance Co. of Wildrose. New fire insurance companies were the American Eagle Fire Insurance Co. of New York tlie Norwegian Un derwriters of New York the Safe guard Insurance Co. of New York the Western Union Fire Insurance Co. of Waseca, Minn. the Continental Life Insurance Co. of Salt Lake City, Utah the uprman American Life In surance Co. of Omaha, Neb the Guar anty Life insurance Co. of Davenport, la. the Hartford Acident & Indem nity Co. of Hartford, Conn. The Iowa State Live Stock Insurance Co. of Des Moines, la. the London & Lan cashire Indemnity Co. of America, New York the Montana Livestock & Casualty Co. of Helena, Mont. the AWordtothe Public From E. H. L. Vesperman This is the most important theatrical announcement I have ev er made during my long career as a manager in this city. I have just contracted with Messrs. Wm. Elliott, F. Ray Coni stock and iMorris Gest to bring their magnificent production of "Experience," the most wonderful play in America, to Bismarck, one night, Monday, December 11. "Experience" is without doubt the greatest success of this day and generation. It ran for nine months in New York, five months in E'oston, seven months in Chicago and seven months in Philadel phia. In every community where "Experience" is presented it al ways receives the enthusiastic endorsement of the clerg of all creeds and denominations. "Experience" is a modern, comedy drama with music by Geo. V. Hobart telling in ten vivid and powerful scenes the temptation confronting Youth—the average young man—going. forth into the world to seek Fame and Fortune. "Experience" is properly called "The Most Wonderful Play in America." I know of my own) knowledge that this play has been a sensation elsewhere. I am sure it will arouse enormous interest here. It is the biggest show I have booked in ten years. I don't believe another one-as big will come along in the next ten years. 1 am proud and happy to be able to bring "Experience" to the theatregoers of this city and am especially glad to announce that the famous New York-Boston "Experience" organization with a cast of 82 notable players comes here direct from nine months in New York and five months in Boston-, and is considered by the critics the greatest "Experience" company ever assembled. Prices: ."iOc to 82.00. Seats will be placed on sale at Finney's Drug Store, Thursday, December 7,. Better to secure your seats early.. Mail orders must be accompanied by remittance or no attention can be given them. (Signed) WpJtGadanf of Value and Qua/ify The Choice of the Public For the first tine in ten solid months we aire in position to make immediate deliveries of the Paifce-Fleetwood "Six-38." Think of it. It has taken ten months £pr us to catch upN with the demand. At times there have been as hifch as ten different purchasers for each car that we could produce. Such beinfc the case, do you wonder that the Fleetwood is called the most popular of all the moderate priced Sixes? And don't you think that there must be an intelligent reason ence on the part of the public. behind such overwhelming prefer FAIRFIELD "SIX -4b" SEVEN PASSENGER $1373 F. O. B. DETROIT FLEETWOOD "SIX-38" FIVE PASSENGER $1090 F. O. B. DETROIT Pai^e-Detroit Motor Car Company, Detroit, Mich. Gross & Cannon Office: 111 Third Street A* p, „, ^rrri^ntnr „-. •New England Equitable Insurance Co'.: of Boston, Mass. all old line compan ies. Assessinqnt companies admitted were the "Boosters'-" Accident Asso ciation of America, Minneapolis. Minn. the Business Men's Accident Association of America, Kansas City, Mo. The "mutuals" included the Min nesota Implement Mutual Fire Insur ance Co., Owatonna, Minn. the Ohio Farmers' Insurance Co. of 'Leiyy, O. the Grain Dealers' XationsU Mutual Insurance Co., opcrateing sfate-wide, and the county' associations first named. The only new fraternal in surance order' admitted during the year was the Woman's Catholic Or der of Foresters of Chicago. OLD-TIME COLD CURE— DRINK HOT TEA! Get a small package of Hamburg Hreast Tea, or as the German folks cSll it, "Hamburger Brust Thee," at any pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of the tea, put a cup of boiling water upon it, pour through a sieve- and drink a teacupful at any time during the day or before retiring. It is the most effective way to break a cold and cure grip, as it opens the pores of the skin, relieving congestion. Also loosens the bowels, thus break-! Ing up a cold. Try it the next time you suffer from! a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive! and entirely vegetable, therefore safe] and harmless. Limber up Get a 25-cent bottle of old-time, honest "St. Jacob's Oil" from any drug store, and in a moment you'll be free from pains, aches and stiffness. Don't suffer! Rub rheuma tism away. wSSm fi. r|^nun n,!, 'i FAST.HOSS -WOH EUROPEAN FOOT-EAL &0N ^OU SHOOW«E- MtUE. AHEAD OF- ^fastest "\7\«CtER ^EY, 50 r! FROKI STIFF, ACHING JOINTS Rub Soreness From Joints aio Muscles With a Small Trial Uet- tie of Old St. Jacobs Oil. Stop ''dosing" Rtieuiiiei .r. It's pain only notoua ft" fi/t.} requires internal treat u1 soothing, penetrating .bcob.* •Oil" right on the "tender sjWit,"'u.ui by the time you say Jack Uo'iinsca —out comes the rheumatic pain. "St. Jacob's Oil" is a harmless rheuma tism cure which never disappoints and doesn't burn the skin. It takes pain, soreness and stiffness from ach ing joints, muscles and bones stops sciatica, lumbago, backache, neural gia. Scmim Forward Pass •'.. •'". vv'. (?ET DOWN ON HE1C Governor Predicts Wonderful Fu ture for Great Common wealth "North Dakota is great state in the making," said Governor Hanna this week, in addressing a Slope dele gation. "It will be In the future what we, its present citizens, make. it. "The east—even oiir own Red Riybr valley—has -no appreciation of the land west .of the Missouri. A few years ago, when 1 ibought a farm in the Slope country, my friends in the valley regarded me a# a fit subject for anjnsanity inquest. Even today, the eastern part of this state has no conception of the vast natural re sources of central and western North Dakota.' "The day will come when our. lig nite, made into 'briquettes, will supply the entire northwest with a splendid fuel. We have more coal than Illi nois, Iowa and Pennsylvania cdnkbin ect. Yet, every year, we send $4, (KKV OflO t.o $5,OCOjOfOp out -of the state for coal. .. "We are .burning every year straw whicli could be made into products worth millions. and the day is hot far dirt-ant when we/ will have industries i'zi''- this waste.' Wo t'lo go out of North Da Uvt: .r or now than in the great ast iuv: ^H' of the oldranchingerm. Where -J-J-y years Sfco it was difficult to an adequate local :milk fupi.'l.v. o$h Dakota now is shipping y- n3v.v.7.^roilh dt cream out of the T.. ao'-'^.-ery year.'' 8 OF KEEN! tit F. E. Ellickson, editor ''of the Re gent Times, declared this morning that '•Regent^is fortunate in its*, situa tion in a favored portion of Hetting er cfcunty," to have the proposed sur vey of the Northern iPaciflc, made one mile south of there, changed in order to. take in the town. "Regent is amply supplied with general stores, has two gpod banks, a postoffice which was made third class, one daily rural route and two others under considerattion, ita freight house receipts pase those of any other office along the line with the possible exception of New Eng land, agjl it is the greatest primary wheat market in the world," said El licksep. According to the Regent editor, the four grain elevotors took in around &00.000 bushels of grain last year. He stated that the farmers in that territory are going .into the dairy, bus iness just as fast-as possible, the Holstein and the Guernesy herds be» ins the favorites a number of farm ers now getting checks of from $80 to IIW- per month for herds of a dozen cows. "The Commercial club of Regent is interested in the project of the ex tension of the Northern "Pacific and the fanildfalg of the Milwaukee to Mar marth," .Mid/Ellickson. "The real need of that southwestern country is just such railway service. As it now is, it is much more convenient for business men to do business with Ab erdeen and Minneapolis.. In all fair ness, that country should be as near ly as possible a part of North Dakota and we .believe that making 'Regent a North Dakota town would be to the advantage, not only to the community itself, but would mean business to 701111, Dakota 'wholesale houses." Latest popular sheet music at Cow an's. C0R&E8P0NDKN0B HEBRON. 'T. S. Grilling of St. Paul, "United States naturalization examiner, spent a few hours in Hebron last week, con ferring with the night school commit tee in regard to preparing candidates to take out naturalization papers. C. L. Robertson, superintendent of the local school, attended the annual Winter Suits Made-to-Order Bepairtag sad fmsiac Neatly lint Class Work. frank Krall -v.lt Jn-i- TAILOR.^ WfdUXfW^krv2vVtTC./'-r«-'«».t4Jl. STWH TWINKUNfr T®0. FAST TT rrjj: TtfiSaitK 4: a, v.'.. :j Missouri session of the North Dakota Educa tional association in Fargo last week Mrs. Louis Roesch is reported ill. threatened with an attack of pneu monia. The girls and boys of the high school have beguit to practice bas ketball regularly. •E.bOTMiMiiiaTlri sou nfmmmmm LOW SOUND TRIP Liberal $&i>ftver 1 rand Return I^iVilefies Secure lii&fttidtion and Tickets from W. A. K'DOHAIJ), Agent Bimarck A. M. OLKLAKD General PaMtnfer Afent St. Pan], Minn. '.M, 1 St. Paul Outdoor Sports lan. £7 to Kb. 3 -.X a y" y? CARL PEDERSON. Manager Bistnarck, N. D. Aim PURCELL IN CITY. 'Joe Purcell of Fargo, secretary of the state game and fish commission, 2 4 »j&v* -SWA*?*, ______ ra-, Owners have found thd its economy and its efficiency are unchanged through the changing seasons It runs.as well in Fall as iia^ Sprinj?—in Winter as in Sum or—and at no ,greater cost, It will pay you tor visit us and examine this car. The gasoline consumption is unusually low. The tire mileage is unusually high. The price of the Tolring Car or Roadster complete is $785 (f. 0. h. Detroit) The price, of the Winter Touring Car or Road ster complete including regular mohair top is $950 (f. o. h. Detroit) a -*»ThL Beevtort Bridge Week, per teeth 5.00 ir. Gold and Synthetic Pillings, up ftom... 2.50' Best Silver Pilling 1.00 JSztraetfam so A* 1.00 Bet of Teeth ..10.00 No charge for ^ktractinr When Plites or Bridge Work Are Ordered. P&EE XZAlQKAtlOR Union Dental Parlors Dr^EtSOWIALOiw BXBKAKCK, N. D. OVEfc k*f THEfcE~ft NfetK^PeetflUST* WiW C«Q|W|? V^W*-' fat-'r- 4 !r^ j. $nd a, prominent member the lattt legislature, Visited the capitol this week. "TBB" BISMARCK Several new students. enrol wvcf week, and eyerjr one saUsltod *ith the college in ail lta appoint ments. Students fdmitted witlMittt examination tor either the Book^ keeping or Shorthand ttmnm. English from the lowest priiuMgrj branches. Send for particulars.^ When yoa know what we ha«e| done for hundreds of others, yoUi will want to attend. .. WHY CAY TWO PRICES FOR DENTAL Dr. Bowles at the Union Dental Parlors, Is dnigiag about one half the amonnt chafed at other offlets is Bis marck. Strictly high grade work is done, aid otthr high grade materials are used for Grown and Bridge work, Plate work, Oold, Porcelain, and Analgia ftlBngs. Prices ar« right for any dental wink done. ALL WORK PULLY aUAEAMTKED. HoUtheprie« bdow, and compare tham with prices of other Oold Crown, best 22K 16.00 gsst White Crown &00 O. M. LANGUM, Pn*. Bismarck. N. 0. u:"1 1 -a I I i'