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THURSDAY, JU^Y 3, 1913.
216*218 8th St
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Club— Won Lost Pet.
Columbus 44 27 .020
-Milwaukee 47 31 .003
St. Paul 35 35 .500
Minneapolis .... 36 37 .493
Kansas City 37 40 .481
Indianapolis ...:. 28 42 .400
Toledo 29 4G .387
.Minneapolis ... loo 000 (100—V It 3'
St. Paul 001 010 000—2 4 1
Latteries—Patterson and Owens
Reiger and .lames.
Louisville 230 (iol 000—6 10 0
Toledo 000 000 000—0 9 0
Bateries—Powell and demons
Schlitzcr and Krucger.
Columbus 200 002 000—4 0
I Indianapolis ... 000 000 000—0 0 0
Hattcries—Davis and Smith Kais
erling and Livingstone.
Valley City Chautauqua
Farm Boys Encampment
Valley City, N. D.
June 27th to July 13th
The Chautauqua program will be filled with the most instructive
and entertaining lectures that can be secured. It will be a Summer
University. Recreation, Boating,* Swimming, Fishing, Good Music,
Bible Classes, W. C. T. U., C. L. S. C., Boy Scouts, etc.
The Corn King of America
Prof. P. G. Holden will deliver his great lecture, "The Keynote to
Better Farming," Tuesday, July 1.
Farm Boys Encampment
One hundred and twenty farm boys, under the auspices of the Bet
ter Farming Movement of North Dakota,.and under military regula
tion, will be encamped during the entire three weeks.
Practical demonstration in Butter Making, Milk and Herd Testing,
etc., will be carried on dailq.
Take Your Vacation Now
Northern Pacific Railway
W. A. McDonald, Agent, Bismarck, N. D.
A. M. Cleland, Gen" iPass'r Agent, St. .Paul.
Superior Day and Night Service for Autos,
Cabs, Driving or Saddle Horses
New modern equipment. Phone 6 for accommodation
BRYAN & SON
A powerful legitimate production of a remarkable
drama on a timely topic in, two parts and 74 sccnes
A beautiful Thanhouser picture that you will al
What happened to calamity that eccentric old wo
man is a charming yarn with a roar of laughter
t^eyejey ten feet,,/
Kansas City .. 000 000 011—2 4 3
Milwaukee .... 000 010 20*—3 1 0
Batteries—Vaughn and Conner
Watson and Hughes.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
t'lub— Won Lost
X'tw York 41 23
Philadelphia 38 23
Brooklyn 34 28
Chicago 3" 32
Pittsburg 31 35
Boston 2S 3C
St. Louis 27 40
Cincinnati 20 41
101 100 000— 3 10 0
129 211 00*—13 14 3
Batteries—Tyler and Rurideu Hu
gou and Miller.
It. If. 13.
St. Louis 010 100 031—G lO
Cincinnati .... 300 000 100—4 8 3
Batteries—Burke and W.lngo Hur
ley and Kling.
~"~r~ U. H.E.
Pittsburgh .... 000 100 120—4 10 0
Chicago 000 002 31*—6 8 0
Batteries—Adams and Coleman
Humphreys and Areiier.
New York .... 003 310 001—8 17 I
Philadelphia .. 000 200 110—1 13 1
Batteries—Mathewson and Meyers
Chalmers and Killifer.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Club— Won Lost Pet.
Philadelphia 41) 17 .742
Cleveland 42 28 .000
Chicago 40 32 .506
Washington 37 32 .536
Huston 33 32 ..VJ8
Detroit ." 28 45 .384
St. Louis 28 46 .I78
New York 15) 47 .288
Cleveland .. :»00 000 100 GO—1 6 I
St. Louis ... 010 000 000 01-2 5 3
Hattcries—Mitchell an O'Neill
Hamilton and Agncw.
K. 11. E.
CI jveland 000 101 200-4 8 2
St. Louis 000 100 000—I 7 2
Batteries—Falkciiberg and Land
Stone and Alexander.
It. II. E.
Philadelphia ... ,003 001 202—8 13 2
Now York 200 OfJjO 003—5 18 3
Hattcries DcniJcr' and Schang
Ford and Sweeney.
It. H. E.
Chicago 002 0J2 001-:. 51 2
Detroit 000 700 OOx—7 5) 2
Batteries—Lenz and Schalf Lake
U. 11. E.
Wsliingtpn ... 103 000 001—5 6 1
Boston 000 000 000-0 3 4
Batteries—Boehling and Henry
.Masely and Lanigan.
STANDING OF THE CLUBS
Gia uV Forks
FIGHTS SCHEDULED FOR TO
Jack Dillon, vs. Bill McKinnon, 10
rounds, at Indianapolis.
Young Saylor vs. -Battling Terry
10 rounds, at Indianapolis.
Al Kubiak vs. Jim Savage,
rounds, at Rockaway Beach, N. Y.
It is better than the school room be
cause it not only teaches him the
theory of his work as it would be
taught in the school, but shows him
the results at the same time. The
work is necessarily short and lacks
school room benefits in some ways,
but tpr-lbafc, *$a3Q» is- often mjtfe, b$J}
eflcialtfian if more complicated. ,i
The Bismarck band will give anoth
er of its series of concerts tonight)
in front of the court house, beginning
at 7:30. These concerts have proven
most delightful to the people of thifi"
city and alfofd a pastime for a most
pleasant evening. Following is the
March—The Famous First.
Serenade—Love's Old Sweet Song
March—Under Egyptian Skies.
Two Step—Ragtime Queen.
March— American Life.
Devils Lake and Valley City chau
tauquns are opened.
BISMARCK DAIIV TRIBUNE
J!'.. ...I .ax
is An«Bfil for the
It is the intention of the Country
club to celebrate the Fourth of July
at the club house in a sane and sensi
ble manner. Jin Interesting program
has been arranged' that will provide
amusement during the entire day.
Th principal pdrt of the program is
9:30 a. m.—Raising American Flag
10:00 a.m.—Ladies' handicap golf
contest. Prize, lady's driver, donated
by Hosklbs Stationery Co. No en
trance fee- Handicaps .posted on bul
letin board. Entrants may start at
any time from 10 to 11:30 a. in.
1:00 p. m.—Men's handicap gold
contcsi. Prize, golf bag, donated by
Burt Finney. No entrance fee. Handi
caps are uosted on bulletin board.
Entrants may start up to 4:30 p. :n.
7:30 p. Men's driving contest.
Prize, thrco golf balls.
8:00 p. m.—Ladies' putting contest.
Prize, three golf balls.
9:00 p. in.—General Fireworks dis
play in front of club house.
10:00 p. m.—Dancing
The club has provided a genorous
display of fireworks and the use of
toy pistols, firecrackers, or liroworks
of any kind will not be permitted
about the club house during the day
or evening, except the general display
by the 66:nmlttee.
The sports are in charge of the
Tournament committee, Mr. Shepard,
Mr. Corwin and Dr. Shipfer.
The fireworks are in charge of a
special committee, of which Mr. Cop
elin is chairman.
Parties bringing picnic lunches are
requested to bring plates and silver
ware. The House committee have
ordered dishes and silverware, but
they have not arrived and if here,
would not be sufficient to supply the
number of members who would be ia
attendance. Paper plates will be fur
Men's Handicaps—July 1, 1913.
Joe Sbugrue vs. Jimmy Dully, 1
rounds, at Buffalo.
Professors Porter and Waldron
spent yesterday in Bismarck in the in
terest of experiment station work.
The day before they had beon down
to Hazeltort and were out on the ex
periment farm holding a demonstra
The plan is along the line of a com
bination farmers'!iicnic arid farmers'
institute. So far the idea has been
rather new, but it is Working out in
such a manner as to give splendid re
sults. And the probabilities are that
it is to become one of the greatest
factors of agricultural teaching. The
plan is so simple and natural that the
boy can readily grasp the ideas and
the benefit to him is great, as it
starts htin along right lines of work
and at the same time teaches why he
does a certain thing or follows ascer
the wind carried them away so there
was no place for them.
Daniel told the king that lie was
the head of gold.
Babylon ranked as one of the rich
est kingdoms which ever existed and
was thus fitly represented by the
head of gold. La'bylon reached its
zenith in the year 606 B. C. Media
and Persia were the second universal
kingdoms, overthrowing Babylon* In
u3^S. 0. C. Clrecia as represented by
the sides and thighs of brass over
threw Media and Persia in 331, B. C.
Rome was the fourth kingdom which
rulfcd in the time of Christ Rome
was divided into ten kingdoms in the
These are now represented by the
different nations of eurth. The stone
smites the image upon the toes and
it became a mountain. and tills the
Evangelist Alway gave as his sub
ject for tonight, "God's Unanswer
able, Argument to the Skeptic."
Arnold Michelson, with two others,
who left two days later than the main
party of the Tribune Ovcrianders,
writes from Xapolcon, under date ot
"After 75 miles in the saddle "l
just a bit over 21 hours, totally, wc.
caught up with the party. They are
all in very good spirits, nnd have just
finished up here with good results'.
"It was a line trip. The country is
pretty, the grass is heavy, and the
crops are all la very passable shape.
South of Braddock the conditions are
very promising, but north of MolTet
it is a trifle dry. East of Kintyru is
the prettiest piece of laud we »jil!
through, and although not thickl/ ew
tied, it all looks prosperous. .\s a
whole. think the crop qonittionjs
arc good in this district. fco-fljC,.
"We are all pretty sore, to be sure,
but in a day or so, 1 guess, we will
be as veteran in condition as we are
"With best regards from the 'Over
landers,' 1 am,
dergeson, Jr 15
Bergesoii, Sr 15
A rnot 15
L'. Baker lb
Let us make up your Lawn Display
of Fireworks. Order tlicm early. At
See the ad. 'bf* special values in
Men's clothing/" Now on at S. E.
DERGESp^ ty SONS—adv.
R. E. Burke, the Australian evan
gelist, spoke'" last night at the tent
located on Sixth Street and Avenue
A. He took as a basis for his re
narks the second chapter of Daniel.
He said in part Nebuchaanezzal, a
liealjhen king, had a dream which
troubled him very much in thai he
:oiild not 'remember a thing1 of it. He
-•ailed for his wise men, his astrol
ogers, his sooth sayers and asked
:hem to tell him ,tlie dream with the
.nterprejtatioti.'' This they were uii
tble to* do. Therefore the king' or
lered them .kitted.* The captain of
he king's guard went forth to exe
cute the eojininaiid. He came to
Janiel. a Hebrew captive who was
studying under the king's direction,
md was classed among he wfse men
D.inlel asked for time and he would
ell fhe king his dream and the inter
pretation:' Daniel with his three
companions sought the God" In Heav
in 111 prayer for an understanding.
This was glyeiv in a flight vision Tbfe
ting's dream' was •'as follows: ThoUi
ih kingV safest.a great linage wliosfe
lead. Was" iif gold. 'liis breast ahd
•wins" ot. silver,, "his sides and thighs
'£-brass, his legs of iron ind1 clay,
Thou sawest, a "stone cut out bf the
uountain without hands which smote
lie imago upon the feet and'break it
to pieces and it became as chaff au)
WANTED—Hired girl for chamber
work and cooking. Wages $.".00
per -week. 216 Eighth Street.
STORES WILL CLOSE.
Webb Bros, and A. W. Lucas Co
will close their stoics all day Friday,
All barber ,ishopa will keep open
until 10 o'clock Thursday uiglit ami
will be closed all day Friday.—adv.
MRS. HAGERMAN ILL
Mrs. Frank Ilagerman oL this city,
was taken quite ill Tuesday aiul was
taken to St. Alexius hospital.
HERE FROM MOTT.
A. C. Novous, one of the leading
merchants from Alott, was a capital
city visitor Wednesday, returning in
A. O. Krogen, the pioneer grain
man of Driscoll, was in the city Tues
day, the principal object of his visit
being the purchase of an Overland
car from the Lahr company.
E. G. Larson, the popular weather
uureau man, accompanied by his
bride, returned yesterday from their
wedding trip, and have commenced
housekeeping in the McMalion resi
dence on Washington avenue.
GONE ON VACATION.
11. A. Fischer, private secretary for
Karl Klein, the land man at Wash
burn, passed through Bismarck last
evening to Fargo and to points in Mill,
ncsota, where, he will spend a .tw/.a
weeks' vacation with friends.
PROF. WALDRON HERE
Prof. L. R. 'Waldron of Dickinson,
was in the city yesterday. lie hail
been down to Hazelton on oflicial bus
ine!| looking after the experimental
farm at that place. Yesterday he
inspected the experimental station
at the penitentiary and last niglit left
for home on No. 5.
GENERAL PEAKE HERE
General' Airiasa Pc'ake was a pas
senger on No: 8 yesterday afternoon,
on bis way home to Valley City from
Dickinson. Mr: Peake reports some
good rains in the western part of the
state, and says the crops are looking
pretty good, and that the corn crop
especially is looking fine.
OVERLAND TO UNDERWOOD.
I Johannes, a prosperous farmer,
living near Underwood, was in the
capital city Wedhesday for the pur
pose of buying a new Overland auto
mobile. The car wa^ purchased from
the 'Lahr Motor 'Sales company, and
Mr. Johannes returned to the Under
wood country "that night.
BOB BERRY HERE.
Bob Berty of/Mott and C. L. Mark
ley of Rugby, two deputy state exam
iners, who have been investigating
the county records of'McLean county,'
were in town yesterday on their way
Korne. "Neither would' say a word as,
to what they found, but it has leaked
from Other sources that they have a
story when needied.
C. B. LITTLE, Pres.
J. L. Bell, V. Pres,
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•There is a man in this city who
pickets his cow along the railroad
track, and who. has found that a cer
tain society man in the city is in the
fy&btt of moving her from the place
where he has been- leaving her. He
says lit) is suspicious that the society
man ie stealing milk from her, and if
he is caught tampering any more wi£4
the cow- he will eudeavor to arrest
him. And. there you are.
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get in more shortening than usual or make the batter a little thin or
it may not be convenient to put a cake in the oven the moment it is
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Our Classy Program for
"The Hard Up Family's Bluff"
A up-to-date comedy something different
"The Woe of Battle"
This is a one reel feature war drama, worth seeing
"Pathe Weekly No. 15,1913
Featuring events from all parts of the world
"Two Men and a Woman"
A pqwerful Selig drama with all stancast
Mr. Kenneth McFarland
In all the latest song hits
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