JEWELERS SOPTI CI ANS^
BtSHARCK. N. DAKOTA.
Designs and Estimates Submitted
for Exclusive Order Work
I Want to
For that Christmas Suit
Get your order in early, and
give me time to get your over
coat or suit out in time for
Large selection of fabrics for
Styles the Latest.
Call in now while you think
PRESSING AND CLEANING
neatly and promptly 4one,
Grand Pacific Hotel
The Siege Gun of
"Their faults we write upon the
sand their virtues upon the tablets
of love and memory."
Such is the keynote of the Elks' an
nual memorial /service, which will 'be
held in the Auditorium tomorrow af
ternoon, commencing at 3 o'clock.
(Following its usual custom, the Bis
marck lodge fit Elks No. 1199 extend
an invitation to the public to attend
this servicc in honor of its absent
brothers, Marshall H. Jewell, William
F. Cochrane and A. W. Eppinger, who
"softly and sweetly sleep low in the
Judge Andrew A. E'ruco of the
North Dakota supreme bench v/ill de
liver the address of the day. His sub
ject \\ill be most fitting for the occa
Jhfi Elfca' band will pjtayover
ture while the audience is gathering,
-Which: :.-tye followed, by the open
ing" tiereiidfey by the lodge. Rev.
Father Hilnw^pf the^Gptholic churgfa
Enormous energy—all concentrated directly behind the
piston—all used—exactly like a siege gun's—a scientific
ally even, irresistable impulse—instantaneous at every
This is the Valve-in-Head principle of the Buick—work
ing with a continuous, velvety torque—the perfection of
turning mechanism. 275,000 motorists know the power
and economy of Buick Valve in-Head. We are selling it
in Sixes and Fours this year.
35 h. p. Four $ 665.00
45 h. p. Six $ 1020.00
BISMARCK N. D.
Resources Over One Million
the '. service as an
notated tW& afternoon follows:
Opening teremonj^-^he Ix»dge.
Hymn—"Sleep ThyvL&st Sleep"—J.
jindreb) Carnegie Said—
A. Parks. Bismarck Male Quartet.
Prayer—Dr. W. J. Hutcheson.
Vocal Solo—"Somewhere a Voice
Is Calling"—'Mrs. H. H. Steele iMiss
Helen Fisk, accompanist.
Address—Judge .Andrew A. Bruce,
North Dakota Supreme court.
Piano Solo—"Charity"—iMjps Helen
Fisk arranged by William Polia.
Closing Ceremony—The iLodge.
Hymn—"Lead Kindly Light"—Dud
ley Buck. Bismarck IMale Quartet
Benediction—Rev. Father Hiltncr.
SEES SEAL IB
COST III SPAING
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 2.—Food cost
skyrocketing has just started, saya
State iDairy and Food Commissioner
Helme of Michigan. Just watch, next
spring food will be so high people
can't afford-to keep any stock. Hens
won't lay now and it costs too much
to keep them over winter. He pre
dicts -few hetw and tew eggs next
BANG WENT HIS SOUP AND FISH.
Belle Fourche. S. D., Dec. 2,—'Tifn
Zorbas cleaned grease spots from his
hreecltfs with,..nitric and sulphuric
acid, went into a warm ball room with
them and exploded. Tim by- the com
bination, had made guncotton.
LISTEN TO THIS!
Read Insurance Talk
Some men look the matter
sqarely in the face and provide
life insurance for their depend
ents before it is too late.
Others "put it off" and pass
the problems of life to unsus
pecting women and children to
solve. The alms houses and
orphanages offer concrete evi
dence of man's procrastination.
If you are under the impres
sion that life linsurance is be
yond your present means, let
us send a sample policy outlin
ing all the benefits we offer to
gether with the low rates and
the payment plan that makes
every man's duty so easy to
A Home Life Company
Bismarck, N. D.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
THE GIFT HEARING THIS CREST
Is Sure To Vlease
fact, your entire Christmas list can can be selected here most satisfactorily—most economically, too, if Desired.
Diamonds, Pearls and Gems, in every desirable setting.
Fine Gold and Platinum JeWelrp, for every use and occasion.
Our Christmas Display is ready for inspection and is the most comprehensive that we have ever made. Whether you are prepared
to make selections at this time or not, it will afford us pleasure to have you look it over. It embraces items suitable for any relation, age or
our Stock represents every dependable maker, and every grade, pattern and price. Everything, you will find every item that a high-class metropolitan Jewelery stock should embrace.
KNOWLES & HANBY
JEWELERS AND IMPORTERS OF DIAMONDS
BISMARCK NORTH DAKOTA
3IILLER BOUND OYER TO
COUNTY COURT AT RYDER
Ryder, N. D., Dec. 2—Herman Mil
ler, charged with assault upon (lis
wife, was bound over to the couhty
court by Justice of the Peace Lomen
at the hearing this week. The wit
nesses were Mrs. Miller, Mrs. Steve
Guttorjnson and B. H. Rykkelie.
"Thrift is mainly at the bottom of all improvements. Without it no railroads, no canals, no ships, no telegraphs
no churches, no universities, no schools, no newspapers, nothing great or costly could we have. Man must
exercise thcift and save before he can produce anything material of great value,"
You are cordially invited to make this bank the depository for the results of your thrift.
SiWerWare and Novelties, in new and Seasonable Patterns, from the best producers.
LUNDMARK DISPOSES OF
INTERESTS AT PARK RIVER
Park River, N. D., Dec. 2—Frank
Lundmark closed a deal this week
whereby he disposed of his bakery
and restaurant here to G. E. Gaylord,
of this village. Lundmark intends to
go to northern Minnesota. He has
been in .business here two years.
The home of the best motor vehicle for the price that brains
and money can produee.
VOTE TO BOND VILLAGE OF
M'HENRY FOR LIGHT PLANT
McHenry, N. D., Dec. 2—The prop
osition of bonding this village for an
electric light plant, which was voted
on Tuesday, carried by a good major
ity. Work on the structure will be
rushed to completion so service will
be in effect before the end of the win
ter. 'j i.
The prices are as announced for the season.
Standard Five Passenger $1050 De Luxe Five Passenger $1150
Standard Seven Passenger $1150 De Luxe Seven Passenger $1250
WESTERN SALES COMPANY
Distributors for the State of North Dakota and Eastern Montana
Contracts of Dealers Solioited
She City National Dank
We have the foresight to protect ourselves against a raise in
accessories, therefore, THERE WILL BE NO RAISE IN THE
PRICE OF THE 1917 MADISON CARS.
SATURDAY, DEC. 2,1916.
Repairing, Setting and Engraving
in all its Branches
WEED PIERCES PUPIL OF
EYE OF VERONA YOUNGSTER
LaMoure, N. D., Dec. 2—George
Freadhoff, & youngster, fell onto a
small stiff weed this week which
pierced the pupil of his left eye. It
will be necessary to await the sub
sidence of the inflamed condition of
the eye to determine whether the
sight will be affected.
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