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THE CITY jf
Fair and warmer tonigfo.ts' Sunday
fair. Max. 84, niln. 60. .""
•"~,Nv.4 L«te—N. P. train No.4,.from
the west, will not reach, here until
6:40 p. m.
Glenuilin News—Dr. P. Kearney
of Bismarck has leased the Herman
property on. South Avenue and intends
to open an office here in the' near
future and locate permanently for the
practice of his profession.
Marriage License A marriage
license was issued today to Nick
Krosh and Anastasia Kariiaki of Wil
ton, and it is understood they will tte
married' next 'Tuesday toy Sather
Present Vbur Bills—The
Ben Hur—The San Francisco ,fire
Bhow :varied its- program last night
and instead of the fire scenc gave tfce
story of Ben Httr. The entertainment
was greatly enjoyed by the qrowd
which packed the tent and it is under-,
stood theVshow will be repeated this
afternoon ^Qd. ^ninfc ,,,
A* 'jpoiice Magistrate Fbrt today and as
had notWng in the way of coin,
A.v\k j.i» .£«
Good Shooters—Chri|i H^nzler won
the silver «up at the.gun shoot on the
Fourth^ ma1king 72 out of possible
out of $5 and Dick- Rial made 70
Taken to the Asylum Deputy
sheriffs Joe Patterson and W, F.
Seltz came down from Washburn last
who thsjjy are 'taking to th6 ^asylum
at Jamestown. This 4s the second or
third .time the old man has-been in the
"V^was glv^n IS minutes which .to JWe
hehce, iwd he departed with his
He |als£tjajl & ruk of 113 out of
a- ppsslbte^^Oy -and made five' stringy
fit straight. He«n ef/dTof the ^arnival^ Tonight
j,, Fresh Lemon Pies,* -i.
crutch ovor his shoulder as merry as
Newton wag'next high riten with' 71 ends "the carnival. A great many
farmers hame oome In toilay to see
tjie sights ?rad .the probabilities are
that a, great crowd will be out tonight
to bid farewell to the fun wihMng.
as j'k'J'" Caged the "Girls—A lot of ,ttnatithbr
ized kangaroos rounded up a lot of
$id^la.die8 1&st night and locked
them^ih tke'kangaroo cage, but while
i: they' were away after more vicjtims
$ ^ome tegdgr, .hes^ted indivlduai. re
%fleateff ^nilda ^and matrons, who
tffen co&binbd'to caie the cagers, bat
the latter nfadte themselves scarce.
Kaufman" ts Better—The doctors-re^
vport sVaugte Kaufman as being-better
He ceased. to- voa^t
this afternoon. xiw ^5aOTu wf- *u^
•^4iast tii^it and is now 'able to retaia
food on his stomach and ^ake nature
^%i^eiJ.v|His 'cSauces tor recovery now
"^aeeih largely augmented, thought his
^coflditltfn is still very serious as corn
Bounced Out of Town—The allegcfo
cripple that got loaded Thursday night
ito bjf the police
IS YWHW SISTER
Blexrud to the Fore—Joe McOinnls
received a letter frtom his brothel, yes
terday which' said that Melvin Blexrud
was now pitching for the Ogden, Utah,
ball team and that he was making a
wonderful record not only in the box
but foF hls batting. Th^ia many' Bis
marck friends of "JBlex" will be glad
to know he is delivering the goods so
arrangement' committee of the late
encampment des}r e' that all bills'
against the lo«a(' ^jbst be presented to
the 'committee beforeff Monday night
so that they can be paid.
j^earney slipped quietly oS to Fargo
and' word comes from there that he
and Miss Kissick, formerly auperin
tend€^it'of nurses at St. Alexius hos
pital, were married this morning: and
that tjiey had gone east on a wedding
trip. They will return here in a? few
days.n J3oth these young people have
made ittany1 friends in this city and
they1 will be given the glad hand on
tftelr r-eturn. They. will^:make their
home ajt Glenuilin, where tlie doctor
will lopate for practice and where he
has^secured a neat hptoe for his l^ide.
Balloon Ascension—The balloon as
cension last night was one of the best
ever seen in these, parts. A large
crowd gathered to see the event and
were amply, rewarded for their wait.
The balloon when .released made a
spring Into the air swinging the
aeronaut back and forth at a wide
angle, but he seemed "to enjoy the
sport and swung by one arm and did
.other stunts that were interesting but
dangerous. At a great height he cut
loose with'his parachute and on! the
way down did a number of trick$ on
the trapese,. finally, landing in! the
The usual attractions will be on, free
th an Old iQaflu oame^l |Craijtz,» ^md otherwise,- and in addition a num
ber of specialties are being arranged
for the grand finaie. The official pro
gram for this evening is: Donble
trapese at 7 o'clock leaping the gap
on the bicycle, 7:45 team riding in
tie cage of death, 8:80 high dive at
9. Between acts the attractions will
be' open.-imd ^ecialty work will be
Cauae for Worry—Speaking -of- large
fanitiiep, the Worthlngton, Minn.,
Globe telifr of the wives of two
musicians who met on the street one
diijrs Oi^b was pfi5Jilng a^ baby car
riage containing three girll (triplets).
Th'e other, Just over her honeymoon,
congml^ilated ^er ^ipon such bliss.
Upofi* Which the proud mother said
that she' attributed it to the fact that
after? returning from her honeymoon
the tpwn band serenaded^ them, play
ing "Three Little Maids from School."
The yoking bride threv «P bc^h hands
and exclaimed "Good heavens! That
same tend serenaded or and placed
VThe 'Sextette from Floradora."
Lots ft' Fun—A great many farmers
iwere lnjthe'city yesterday to see the
carnival and were greatly pleased
The tonal i^und of doings took place
and the attractions were well patrorK
Ftfl Yw Mi boy 1
rtattOMtts, waattotell all women abott
Wte—y«i, m? nader, lor jroaraiL yem*
Mw« wwttot&et, or mar slaMr*-. want to
•uOerJnmt Wtu* w» women fct»w «romra
gg wlxy woman entter, Mdbo^they
Swlfcandlearatows* tor (wna^-^MBS wxwn «ie ocetor Bayie-"Yoia maatbkT«snopera
vou oui dteifle tQj jQwnm. unMosw^ el woiTOnbaveeqnidtbeEuelracwiUt aiy bomt
rears# SIMM or yMWli To_*lo0»«ri I «eliatl«li0iD0
"—gpeelUjMMi9 eSaetaiMysiim Leaocnrhoesk, Qnsaa Sietaeet a»d?alalai «r
.. ivfcl wa xtt«r you to l»dla« ot ywr o»m lo*Uto wtoO kaow ufl wi» siaAty
wmriMM, fctdB*y «Mi btm&kr iroiMn
—iri to wwhiwn twailtar to our ces.
send yon aemjpMattndays'-tttstamt
wee to prove to yon Uutyonaw o«i«
taotoe, eamly, qolokly sad eaatty.
K, tbat II «fl|
lUMMlili* Sox Seme, ind.,^ s. A.
ized. In the evening the largsst
crowd since the Fourth was out and
another confetti battle took place
While the kangaroo court did hot
flourish with all the vigor such courts
have been known to "enjoy elsewhere
the maskers made merry and the fun
was fast and furious. Some of the
make-ups were, very ridiculous. Even
staid business men and their wives
donned false mustasche^ and jmasks,
and had plenty of fun.
a ked to. She has gone to1 school and
is learned and bright far beyond her
years. Her friends in her eastern
home gftve, her a nice party, on
her last birthday and the occasion
was made notable by a letter from
President Roosevelt, who sent greet
ings and well wishes to the little miss
whom he had seen a year before.
Coretta has been the guest of a num
ber of little city girls during the morn
ing hours when not at "work," and
will be kindly remembered by all.
Bitten Twice and Twice Lucky—
Mention was made yesterday of a
man from Sims having been buncoed
out of $20 by a hanger on during
carnival week. This man came down
to make a homestead entry, but the
attractions offered to make easy
money were too much for h'.m.
Ordinarily when a fellow is bitten
once he becomes shy of the biter, but
not so in this case. 'Last night lie,
went up against the game of another
sharp, and to make sure this time of
the big cash prize the flat bet his
money on the whole layout of num
bers, investing therein $37.50, but
when the cards were turned over they
were all blanks and he was given the
haha. His eye-teeth having been
again cut. he made complaint to
.State's Attorney Patterson and Sheriff
Welch, who, after some difficulty made
an accomplice of the sharper disgorge,
and the sucker was induced to set
aside the money for his filing papers
'before he blew It in again. It is but
fair to the carnival people to say that
the sharper was not one of their men
There Will Be Fun Tonight—Owing
to some misunderstanding and the
failure of some of the court officials to
materialize last night the kangaroo
court was not held. Arrangements
have befen made today, however, for a
session of the court this evening and
justice win be dished out to offenders
in due and ancient form with modern
Mils. The court has ordered that all
fines be turned over to the Com
mercial Club band, which has done so
much during the carnival to liven t.he
proceedings. This afternoon the
judge is organizing his court and the
session will be called in front of
Lucas' store about 9 o'clock. While the
officials do not want at known, it is re
ported that positively all who are
caught in citizen's clothes will be sub
ject to arrest and incarceration in the
C,oop. In order that the arrests may
before effectually made and re
sistance reduced to- the minimum, a
number of ladies will act as police
men and all are warned to. look out
for those strong armed minions of the
court.. The leading business men of
the city will see that the mandates of
the court are faithfully carried out and
they are actively abetted by their
wives, so there will be Uttle sympathy
for all who are caught in the drag net.
Everybody turn out in force and see
the fun. They don't want, you—it's
th^ other fellow they are after.
Mrs. Sc^hneider of Strausburg, was
successfully orpenited upon^at the
hospital this morning
Judge Winchester returned from St
Paul yesterday and reports Mrs.
Winchester as doing nicely after the
operation and there is every Indication
that she will now entirely recover -her
good health, a consumatlon that her
many friends, hope for.
W. it Steward of Ashvllle, O., a
nephew of Mrs. W. Cochrane, is in
the city spending,a few weekB em his
Auditor O. St. Wing pf McLean
county, came down from Washburn
last night and received the congratu
lations of his many Bismarck friends
over his renomlnatlon.
Conductor J. s: Thomas of the Sod,
brought Mrs. Thoinas up from Oak^s
this mqraing to see the City and
carnival/' They are very pleasant peo
Sheriff ^eter ShieV'^fLifttaiMi ln
th# 'city looking aftijr his mail rowte
i£tefe8t8—*nd seeing the carnival
iAt th* Grand Pacific Hotel: .Mr&
Mary Dirver, Haseltonr Thomas
and.wi&j Oakes €, J.,?!eH9er, JKs!lm
O. B, Wing, Washburtt'j Qt, R- Wil-
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY, JULY 7,1906.
A -. Great Favorite—Little Coretta,
known In private life as Ruby Belle
Rlckoff, has been the center of at
traction during the carnival. Not
only once but many times have the
people gone to pay her a visit during
the exhibition and her winning ways
have endeared her to all. The little
tot is a trifle over nine years old, «r„„
weighs 16 »«•.«. b„. mi**
llams, Karl Hanson, Mand&n J. E.
Anderson and wife, Mckenzie Fred
Kruger, P. A. Hill, Gust Weber, Garri
son John Eastwood, Glencoe Wm.
Barrow, Winona D, Condon, A. Mc
Call, R. T. Cowin, McKenzIe H. E.
Bowdish, New Salem P. A. Nicker
son, Glenuilin Peter Shier, Linton
J. C. Johnson, Maitdan Oscar Bach
manf Wm. Jarnecke, Wilton LueUa
Presbyterian Church—Services will
be held in this church, morning and
evening, by Rev. A. W. Wright. The
Sunday stfhool and other meetings will
be held as usual. Rev. Harris is off
on his summer vacation.
When? 11 o'clock a. m.
By .whom? Ven. O. F. Jones, rector.
-For whom? For everybody.
What jelse? Holy communion at
30 o'clock a. m. and Sunday school
at 10 o'clock a. m.
Methodist Episcopal Church—Louis
Magln, pastor. Services for Sunday:
10:45 a, m, morning worship with
sermon by the pastor—"The Un
recorded Names." Admission of
members. 12 o'clock Sunday school.
30 Junior Bpworth League. 7:15 p.
m. Bpworth League devotional meet
ing, leader A. F. Marquett. 8 p. m.
evening gospel service, sermon by the
pastor. Special music by the choir,
morning, and evening. Everyone in
vited. Strangers will be given a
German Evangelical Services^-Will
be held in the Swedish Lutheran
church on Seventh street. Morning
services at 10:45, topic—Analysis on
the 87th Psalm. Evening service at
00, topic—The Kingdom of God and
How to Enter It. The choir will sing
at both services. Solos will be ren
dered by Mrs. W. C. Menges All are
heartily Invited to spend the Lord's
day partly with us tomorrow. Come
and let us worship the living God.
Sabbath school at 2:30 p. m. W. C.
The Beach Commercial club
build a city hall for that berg.
Dickinson Post: The following is a
summary of the business done by the
Dickinson U. S. land office for June:
Resevolr entries ....
Coal entries .... ...
final .proofs .......
Desert land entries
Cash receipts ....
Goodrich Citizen: A sad accident
occurred about twelve miles northwest
of here last Monday about noon in
which Mat Huff, a young man of
about 24 years of age, was shot and
seriously if not fatally wounded by a
48 calibre revolver in the hands of
his brother Nicholas. The story as
tpld to us is that Nichols Huff had
been outside of the house shooting
gophers with a 38 calibre revolver and
supposed that he had entirely emp
tied the chamber of the gun and step
ped back into the house. As he en
tered the door he raised his hand and
brought the weapon down toward the
floor and in so doing discharged, it.
His brother was sitting at the dinner
table and said "My! you scared me,"
not knowing he .had been hit. A
moment later It was found he had
Have Sold the
Fourth Street Business Property
OFFER FOR SALE
Five room house, 50 feet
East front, central. loca
Six room, cottage, two
closets, basement, furnace,
city water, trees, 75 foot
South East corner, $2,500
E. K. BULL U3-4tb St.
All Hats at One-half Price
In order not to carry over any millinery from season
to season, we have cut our prices in half. This means
quick selling of Hats. Do not fail to avail yourself of
this opportunity to buy a strictly up-to-date Hat af just
been «hot in the abdomen. He is in
a critical condition.
This year 176 jears of emigrant
goods have been received in Dickin
son, which Is but a. small portion of
the Immigration to the western
of the Btate.
If you have piece of wild
land or an improved farm
FRED G. WELLS & CO.
2nd Floor 1st National Bank Bldg.
With A. T. Patterson.
Bismarck, N. Dak.
E, G. FIELD
CORNER MAIN AND 3rd
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