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WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1913.
Winnipeg, July 8-16
Broncho-Busters, Outlaw Horses, Genuine Cow
boys and Girl Roughridcrs. See a Texas ranger
bulldog a wild steer. The violent—the thrilling—
a sight to be long remembered.
The Best live Stock Show in the West
The Canadian Percheron Society's First Futurity
Event for Colts of 1912
THE BALLOON MAN
The most thrilling aeronautic event ever seen.
See the balloon man shot into the air and make
a parachute descent from an exploding bomb.
See the Curzon Sisters, Etc., Etc.
SIR WM. WHYTE President W. H. EVANSON .... Treasurer
F. J. C. COX Vicc-Prcsidcnt A. W. BELL Secretary
Is There a Reason?
•l)o you kn of any reason why you should not have an account at
this bank? We think of none. Is it because you have no money?
We think not, for everyone aiust have some money in order ta live,
is a bank account inconvenient? It is much handier' to write a
check than to lug around a lot of cash. Isn't it safe? Well, yes,
since thpre is no possible way of losing it if you have your money
'bank. Vault is lire-proof—everything insured against burglary
and daylight holdup. There is no sufficient reason for not having
a 'bank-account. It is safe, most convenient, requires no great cap
ital. In addition to this there are the many advantages of & bank
account for'Which the customer pays nothing. An account on your
toftfnings, savings and expenses is ever at hand. Your returned
checks ever serve you as receipts for the bills you have paid. Yes,
^without the shadow of a doubt EVERYON® should have a bank ac-,
The Bismarck Bank
T. C. POWER, President
I. P. Baker, Vice-Pree. G. H. BUM, Jr.. Cash.
The Spring and
Come and see them—try them on I'
You will find here the very lateit
the leathers and ma
terials that will be fashionable during
the warm months to come.
We particularly want you to see
and try on the new stylet in the
famous Red Cross Shoe.
You will be charmed—delighted—when you
•ee how trim they make your foot ink, and you
will be enthusiastic when you find how com
fortable your foot will fttl in even the snuggest
Tanned by a special process which retains
the full natural flexibility of the leather, any
style you choose in this famous Red Cross Shoe
will give you greater comfort than you have
ever known before.
Our display of these new models is now
ready. Come early and take plenty of time
to make your choice.
0*ftrdt $3.50 and $4.
High Shut $4, $4.50 and fSj
A. W. LUCAS CO.
IS QUITE ILL
Mr. Caslinian lias been confined to
his home for some time by illness.
DRISCOLL ATTORNEY HERE
Attorney E. C. Ruble, of Driscoll,
was in the city Tuesday on-legal busi
HERE FROM WIING
F. H. Scallon and Ralph Halver of
Wing, were in the city on Tuesday on
All barber shops will keep open
until 1U o'clock Thursday night ant
will be closed all day Friday.—adv.
TEA AT COUNTRY CLUB
A tea will be given this afternoon
at the Country Club, at 3 o'clock
whan it is hoped and expected that
all lady members will be present.
RETURNED FROM MENNESOTA
Einil,MPses of Rock llill township,
was in ithe city Monday. lie had
just returaed from southeastern Min
nesota where he visited his boyhood
GONE TO MONTANA
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price have
broken up housekeeping on Avenue
B, and on Tuesday moved to Mon
tana to join the L'isinarck colony of
GOT SECOND PAPERS
Peter Kdclberg of Wing, was be
fore Clerk of Court Fisher Tuesday
as an applicant lor his second pa,pers.
He had as witnesses his brother, €.
H. Edelberg, and Herman Sachs.
PICTURE OF THE SOUTH
Burk's Big "Uncle Tom's Cabin
Co." is coming soon, they will pre
sent a vivid and lifelike picture of
the sunny South and the cotton plan
talons on the Mississippi. Don't
forget the date at Bismarck, Satur
day, July 5.
A numocr of families from Bis
marck took advantage of the nice
weather Sunday and went to the river
to look for June berries. They also
brought a lunch with them and en
joyed the greater portion of the day
out of doors.
In the event that some Claim
against the Seventh Day AdventiBt
camp, has been overlooked we request
that all such claims be sent to North
Dakota conference, Fargo, N. D., Box
North Dak. Conference of
Seventh Day Adventists.
Miss Grace Myers was hostess
Tuesday evening to the Persian mis
sionary and his wife who have been
in the city the past few days. Miss
Myers was assisted by members of
the Endeavor society and the pleas
ure partook of a walk to the river
and'a picnic on its banks.
•IpMARGK DAILY TRIBUNE
HERE FROM MINNEAPOLIS.
h\ M. Davies and wife of Mlnneapo-'
lis are in tho city, the guesta of the
HERE PROM UNDERWOOD.
Anna Nelaon and Eunice Caldwell,
both from Underwood, are registered
at the McKenzie.
HERE PROM FLASHER
Mrs. J. R. Kruegor and daughter
from Flasher arc in the city, the
guests of the McKeuzie.
MRS. QUAIN RETURNED
Mrs. Dr. Qualn, accompanied by
her little daughter, returned from
Mincapolis Tuesday. The doctor re
mained for a few da's' outing.
ILL WITH A COLD.
Miss Sarah Andrew is suffering
from the effects of a severe cold and
has been confined to her bed for some
time. He friends trust she may soon
AUTOED TO BISMARCK.
An auto party, consisting of Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Craven and Miss Cra
ven of Menokent autoed to the capital
city Tussday to "do shopping and look
after other 'matters of business.
G. S. OTIS IMPROVING.
G. S. Otis, who underwent an op
eration for appendicitis about ten
days ago, is improving rapidly and is
now able' to sit up and hopes to be
out within another week. His in#iy
friends are pleased to know lie is
gaining so rapidly.
MISS WEATHERHEAD BETTER
Miss Margaret Weatherhead was
not so well Saturday. The weather
being exceedingly warn, madq the
day a trying one with lier tempera
ture, which was rather high, but her
friends will be glad to know that she
is now much better again.
G. C. Scotthorn left last evening
for Minneapolis and Spring Valley,
where he will visit friends for a few
weeks. "Scotty" lias promised to
send cards should he do like lots ot
other fellows, but denies that there
is anything serious alwut the trip.
MR. WHITE GAINING STEADILY.
Jeff White, who has been in St. Al
exius hospital for about a week, is
gaining rapidly after his siege of ap
pendicitis. While he suffered greatly
at first, the worst of it is now past
and lie is steadily on the gain, much
to the delight of relatives and friends.
MAY LIVE IN IDAHO.
R. L. Scott, the ever genial sales
man of the Marshall Wells Hardware
company of Duluth, left for Pocatello,
Idaho, Tuesday noon, where he will
have headquarters and travel for the
samo.company. If this country pleases
Mr. Scott, his family will doubtless
join him in few uonths. Their nu
merous frieuds wish them success in
Banker Geo. Jiacobson of Walu.n
s)ent two days In the city and accom
panied A. D. Anderson by auto to
Valley City Tuesday. Mrs.'Anderson
will leave this forenoon for Valley
City, where she will join her hus
band and go to Walum, their future
home. Mr. Anderson is thfl new man
ager of the Farmers' Co-operative
Mercantile compapy at Walum.
A FOOLISH WOMAN
Tuesday afternoon as train No. 8
was pulling out from the N. P. sta
tion a woman attempted to jump on.
The conductor was not close enough
to prevent her, but rushed! to her as-1
sistance just, in time, to prevent her'
falling under the wheels. She was
quite haavy and it was by the great
est effort that lie prevented iier meet
ing with a very serious accident, if
not death. iu,
SCHOOL SUPPLY MEN
Among the school supply men who
have been in town the last few days
ware C. K. von Nieda of Williston,
representing the /elles Bros. Pub
lishing company of Minneapolis, and
Mr. Mitten, of the National School
Supply company, of Chicago. Sev
eral men in this business have called
recently on Mr. Vigness, to become
posted on the new law regulating the
purchase and sale of school supplies
which went into effect July 1.
'The whole Clark family is in town,
Charley, the only known relative of
Cbl. Sam outside ot' captivity, having
arrived in the city Tuesday for vi«
it. Charley lives away up somewhere
in Saskatchewan, and seeing by to
Manitoba Free Press that the United
States court had grabbed his only rel
ative on earth, hastened 1o Bismarck
to bid one farewell before Sa:n start
ed for Kansas. The boys had not 3een
each other for several years and the
reunion has proven most enjoyable.
TO SALT LAKE CITY.
Miss Maude Messjprly of Winimac,
Irid., and Miss Maude Brown of Brad
dock took train Nor 1 at this station
last night for Salt Lake City, where
they will attend the National Teach
ers' Association meeting, which is to
be held in that city. The ladies are
sister and cousin, respectively of
Mrs. J. E. Sa.vlor of Wishek. Mr.
and Mrs Baylor camte up from Wish
ek Tuesday afternoon for a few
hdurs' visit with the two ladies be
fore their train arrived.' Miss iMes
serly has taught for twenty years in
the same room in the Winiihac school.
ADDRESS ON PERSIA.
Mr. Koshaba, a native Persian, is
in Bismarck for a few days arid will
speak at the Presbyterian church to
night at 8 o'clock, upon his own
country, the manners and customs of
the people, the relation of, the coun
try to 'Europeau nations and to the
United States. The address will be
'very interesting all can testify of
that who have heard -Mr. Koshaba
speak, and- will be brim full of facts
that everyone should know. A cor
dial invitation Is extended to all. The
address will be given in the audi
torium of the church. There will be
no admission charge, but a collec
tion will be takea for Mr. Koshaba
with large Hare back, massive in sisse' according to size.
and comfortable roll arms, leather
seat and back $22.00
Mission Reed Rockers
with big, wide, roomy sjM, %ul back,
wide arm rests with magazine of pa
per pockets on sides, rood seal,
in'ftffMsft oak, low seat, no arms has
compartment drawer, swinging under
needles, thread, etc., appreci
ated''l# any lady who sews ...$4.65
Massive Golden Rocker in genuine
Spanish leather, high roll back, heavy
frame—will last always. Built for
comfort aud will ornament any draw
ing room $22.00
1 1 Ji' jft
A marriage license was yesterday
issued to Albert E. Marquette and
Carolina V. Pinks, both of this city.
ATTENDED THE SHOOT
.Uncle .George Watson went to Mc
Kenzie Tuesday afternoon where he
attended a gun shoot which was held
at that place.
RUSH FOR LICENSES
The judge's ollice last week issued
nine marriage licenses, though there
have not been many marriages report
ed. Evidently getting ahead of the
new law which went into effect yes
OUT WITH A GUN
Harvey,' N. D., July 1.—Henry Rol
ler,, 4 7 farmer residing about 6 miles
'southeast* of Harvey, was this even-
SEEING IS BELIEVIH£-r,"
These splendid values are here. There are hundreds of
other bargains equally as good in our store.
Famous Pullman Type .Mission De
sign, Solid Oak Bed Davenport—One
.'notion instantly converts it from a
beautiful Davenport into a combort
able large size bed with a splendid
set of springs. .Made of the finest
solid oak, finished in Mission. Seat
Upholstered in guaranteed Spanish
leather over best quality springs.
Fully guaranteed just on tlir local
market, each $70,00
Same design in Early English, light
er weight, imitation leather ...$40.00
Same material, finish and workman
ship, in Gt-ln. width, opens to front
for bed, genuine leather through
Other designs at $30, $!).' and if40,
Porch Furniture for
the Hot Weather
Heavy Hickory Porch
curved back and arms,
Split Hickory C'hair to
lasts indefinitely, only
Webb Brothers' Furniture Section
T. L. Quarve's Department Store at Fessenden. One of the Finest Busi ness Houses, Carrying One of the
Largest Stocks in the State.
ing taken into custody by the sheriff
of AVells county and taken to the
county seat on the charge of assault
with a dangerous weapon being lodg
ed against him. His examination will
be held tomorrow. From reports it
appears that for some time past there
has been some ill-feling between him
and a young man by the name of
Tyson, who works on a neighboring
farm, and Sunday evening when
young Tyson stopped in company
with two other young men at the
farm home of Mr. Roller, he was im
mediately ordered off the premises.
As he was still in the buggy, he re
plied that as soon as his companions
were ready to go lie would go with
them, whereupon Mr. Roller went in
to his house, secured a rifle, and de
clared he would kill hiai. One of
Tyson's companions attempted to
prevnt the discharge of the weapon,
but failed, the shot taking effect. in
the arm of Tyson, who jumped from
the buggy. Mr. Roller then assaulted
him, ^assisted by his wife, who was
•araied with a club. In the scuffle
that followed, Tyson suffered a brok
en leg. 'He was removed, the injuries'
giv^n attention, and the arrest fol
Rustic Settee, natural finish in rustic
design, plenty of room for two,
itickor.v Rocker with plain back ami
arms, no injury from being in the rain
or weather $4.50
CO ITCH HAMMOCKS with steel Na
tional lock springs, nurttress, back
and ends has folding legs for use as
Adjustable back Couch Hammock,
spring steel, cotton 'mattress, ends
and back, made of best Khaki cloth.
Back may be raised or lowered to
suit occupant in any position, fine for
convalescent- Folding legs permit
its use as bed $16.00
Special Prices on
We carry a complete line of Ham
mocks in all grades and prices. Prices
range from ... $2.25 to $9.75
CROPS OF STATE
D. H. Houser, general manager in
this territory for the Deere & WJeber
plows, has just returned from Moline,
Illinois, where has^ has been the past
two weeks at the factory and general
office of his company.
While there he attended an en
campment held by his firm for the
purpose of demonstration work, an
event that occurs there every year.
On jhis way home he followed the crop
situation closely and is of the opin
ion that crops arc goiaewhat better
in North Dakota this season than in
While at Moline he met Haskell jilc
Carty, formerly bookkeeper 'for the
Bismarck Tribune company, but who
is now engaged at the main office
of Deere & Weber at Moline, and
seems ipleased with his new situation.