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TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1013
URK 0' IKE
Flying But fill be Eitered
in llie Riice Belweeo Chi
cago and Detroit
Duluth, Minn., July 7.-Although
Duluth's flying boat, "The Lark", will
ba entered in the big competition of
flying boats from Chicago to Detroit
next week, it will not interfere with
the summer carnivals being held at
Duluth under the title "Lark o' the
The Flying Boat "The Lark", will
make the trip from Chivago to De
troit, with her owner W. D. Jones
as a passenger, but another boat of
a similar type has been secured i'or
iho exhibitions (Hiring her absence.
The lirst of the six weekly carni
vals prove as unqualified success, in
spite of unfavorable weather. There
were many visitors from surrounding
tow lis and cities, and in the entire
history of the city there has prob
rbly never been seen such a crowd
on the main streets. It was a big
good natured, orderly crowd Thtfre
was not a sign of rowdyism, but
every person seemed ohave the car-,
nival spirit, and theyi entered into
the stunts with plenty of enthusiasm.
The success of lite first carnival was
probably as much due to this spirit
on the part of the crowd as to the
entertainment put on by the Shriners
who had charge of the first evening's
For tlta second Saturday night pro
gram thfehi will be a. niaskde carnival
in the western end of the city, and
for the third Aitertaininent an indus
trial parade has been placd, with some
side entertainment furnished by I ho
The proceedings of the Grand Com
mundery of the Knights Templar of the
state of North Dakota for 1013 has just
come out in hook form and is being dis
tributed from the offtceJ*of, the grand
secretary, W. Stockwell, at Kargo.
This book gives the reports of all the
committees as well as all t^ie lists of
elected and appointed officers and the
statistics regarding the grand lodges of
each state of the union, revisions of tne
constitution and memorial tablets.
Besides the proceedings of the Grand
Commandery thjer?, are leaflets giving
the lists of officers elected»and appoint
by the grand lodge and the grand
chapter, which are also being sent out
from the same office.
DEES VIN HIT
Hackensack, N. J., July 7.—
One of the most cherished
possessions of Miss Christie
Coiregan, 84 Laurel street, is
her chickens. Next door lives
Mrs. E. M. Waters. To expe
rience all the joys of suburban
life she installed two hives of
bees in her back yard. The
honeymakers found Mrs. Cor
regan's rose garden a delight
The buzzing of the bees
made charming accompani
ment to the satisfied cackling
of the chickens until one day
recently an undying feud start
ed between the hens and the
bees. By an apparently pre
concerted plan, the chickens
attacked the bees and there
was a fierce fight. When the
feathers settled five prize hens
had "bitten the dust."
Big Expo. Already Assured
(Continued from Page One.)
previous expositions, is characteristic?
of the interest the firm feels in the'
prosperity of the farmers of North
The Russell-Miller Milling Co, has
taken space another year, and will
put on a splendid exhibit, as usual.
The acts are, the men who live in
the Twin Cities and have property In
North Dakota are taking more Inter
est in the exposition than a great
many of our local business firms, and
are doing what they can towards
making the 'Exposition a decided suc
cess. This is' certainly gratifying,
and should be in incentive to local
business firms to aid and assist in
promoting this enterprise. Mr. C. P.
Stine is still in the Twin Cities, and
is interviewing the business interests
and reports very satisfactory results.
When the elevator men donate $500
as first prize, and the lumbermen
will contribute $400 for second prize,
and the Association of Commerce of
St. Paul'will contribute $300 for the
third prize, it should lend encourage
ment to the representatives of the dif
ferent counties to bring to the Expo
sition the very best possible exhibit
that is obtainable in their respective
While the above donations are sim-|
ply the beginning of contributions
for the encouragement of agricultural
interests of the state, we hope in a
very Bhort time to chronicle the fact
that there are even larger prizes of-1
fered by corporaions for these differ-,
ent county exhibits.
Commissioner Gilbreath stated that-
he had the assurance that certtfn in
trests in the state would lend their
influence and assistance in encourag
ing the farmers of the state to make
larger and better exhibits than ever
before. The •means to this end will
be in the nature of some liberal con
tributions for prlees.
C. E. Cummings arrived in the city
this mornlng.to succeed C. D. Sterling
as agent at the Mandan station. Mr.
Cu.*nmin3 is an old timer with the N.
P. and is a man with wide experience
concerning station work, and will no
doubt make as efficient a man. as
could be selected to fill the vacancy.
Mr. Sterling left Sunday morning
for Helena, where he will assume his
duties immediately upon arrival. It
is not definitely learned as to what
date Mr. Cummins will commence his
10c Roll toilet Paper 5c
In our store rooms Ave have about 600 rolls
of high grade toilet paper. In order to save the
bother of moving these we will place the en
tire quantity on the market at One-Half Price.
This is truly a bargain, rolls at 10c but a sen
sational values at
dutleB Itere, hut in all probability he
will commence as soon as Auditor
Taylor arrives to check him in.
The Mandah Republican will be
published for. the first time in the new
headquarters of the company tlite
week. Editor Young is hurrying to
get his paper out on schedule time
and, will no doubt be there as usual.
The Haider family have taken up
residence in the building vncated by
Barney Ford was overcome by the
heat Monday afternoon and as a re
sult of being sun-struck was in a very
critical condition. He was hurried
home and medical aid was immedi
ately secured. He is getting along
iMiss S. Shoemaker arrived in the
city Sunday and will be the guest ot
Miss Ethel haight during the Chau
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Helbling re
turned from their honeymoon through
the co&st states Saturday evening.
The young couple report a very en
Cut in Glasses
We have on hand about
three barrels, 66 dozen,
of lead blown, 8-ounce,
straight shape crystal
glasses, made to sell at
$1.20 a dozen. Make the
most of this value. It will
not be duplicated because
it can't. For immediate
clearance we will close
Exceptionally Low Prices on-Tubs.
These tubs, like all other merchandies of
this sale,.are strictly first and of the best quali
ty. These prices are on the extra heavy gal
vanized, but the extreme lowness of them
would lead you to believe that they are of the
cheap, light weight kind.
$2.00 values, Clearance Price 98c
1,75 values, Clearance Price
1.50 values, Clearance Price 79c
We advise you to make
liberal use of this special as we feel sure that
no other firm without the intention of loosing
monev on each roll would dare to repeat.
Our Clearance Price on Brooms is Less Than
Monday morning 10 doz. (120) of the
finest brooms in Bismarck will be thrown onto
the market at the most sensational low prices
ever know to the housewives of this city and
mind you every broom is worth fully twice our
YOUR CHOICE EACH 25c.
35c Colonial Water Tumblers
Extra heavy, Colonial, panels on
sides, large size.
Clearance Price 24c Doz.
Medium Weight Glass Tumblers.
For general use, strong enough to
stand hard fall, fine quality, crystal.
Regular price 65c doz.
For This Sale 48c Doz.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Calgary, Alta., July 7.Two weeks of
practically steady rainfall, followed
fine, warm weather, with occasion
al showers, has given crops in Alber
ta such an impetus that, despite the
late spring season, nil kinds of grain
are far in advance of last year, and
another bumper yield should be har
vested in this province this fall.
There Is practically little or no dif
ference in the acreage sown to the
different grains this year, some dis
tricts showing an increase, while oth
ers record a decrease. The tendency
of tarmers and ranchers in the south
ern part of the province to follow
mixed fnrming is very marked, which
the items below and take advantage of the bargains before they are exhausted. All goods plainly marked.
Bell Shape Flint
Lead brown, large size, extra fine
quality, flint glass, exceptionally thin.
Regular $1.20 doz.
For This Clearance
is considered a very hopeful sign by
local agriculturist The campaign
to educate new Bettlers in Alberta not
to put all their land in grain has been
waged with varying success for the
past few years,'but. not until this year
have the farmers responded to the
appeals of the department of agri
culture with any show of numbers.
While oats continue to be the favor
ite crop of new Albertans, the low
mnrket price of that cereal during the
past year has influenced many to sow
fewer acres this year, putting in
wheat instead. The acreage given to
i.ax nd braley shows a slight increase
over previous years.
The completion of two new trans
continental railways, the Canadian
Northern and Grand Trunk Pncific,
both of which have many branch
lines in Alberta, will be an important
factor In assuring this province of a.
successful financial year in 1913, as
both roads are prepared to handle
grain, hitherto handled solely by the
C. P. R., resulting in the usual an
OUR MONEY-SAVING SALE NOW ON
We are enlarging our furniture department and must have more room. To do this we must move our bargain
basement "the home of greater values" to other quarters and to sell the goods quickly, to save moving we have made prices so low
that you will move them for us. These prices and sensational values will compel quick buying lor the economical shopper. Read
A Great Sale of
Our low prices on dinner ware are recognized thruout. Bis
marck and the vicinity as the lowest, obtainable in reliable goods
This sale discount brings the price of the very high class grades
equal to the prices of Ihe cheapest. We cannot emphasis this fact
lo much and therefore urgently suggest that you give it lengthy
Blue and White Decoratte Semi-Porcelain Dinnerware.
Every item in this line will be subject, to
per cent, discount until disposed of.
Red and White Semi Porcelain Dinnerware.
This line is one of our best selling high grade wares. The fol
lowing regular prices indicate quality of same. Special prices
demonstrate extent of our value giving. Make an early inspec
tion of these goods.
Cups and Saucers 10c
Dinner Plates 10c
Regular 75c Butter Dish 19c
Regular 35c Pitchers 19c
Covered Dish 35c
Regular 15c Oatmeals 9c
Pie Plates 9c
All other pieces of set LESS 50 PER CENT.
Assortment No. 3 Dinner Set.
This assortment contains two dinner sets that we have been
carrying in open stock for past five years. Owing to lack of room
we will have to close out these patterns regardless of price dur
ing the coming week. The patterns are two of the most beautiful
Entire line will be subject to a clearance discount of 25 per cent.
A Gigantic Clearance of Glassware
This means an opportunity for saving from one-third to one-half on your purchase. The coming week we will
give the biggest values for the least money that have ever been offered in Bismarck for several years past
comparison will quickly prove this. Put it to the test yourselves and you will see that every statement we make
is based on a rock-bottom fact.
The above values are most sensational for their unusual value giving, but we have on our bargain tables many which will al
most equal these. We suggest that you make as early a visit as is possible as we feel positive that they will last only a short
time at these prices.
Ground Bottom Flint
This pattern is one of our most
beautiful, and for those who demand
the very best, it is invincible. Our reg
ular price is $1.50 doz.
For This Clearance 69c Doz.
You may use an old favorite recipe and ihe best of materials and make
carefully, the oven may be just right, yet you will have a failure if
'The Power behind the Dough" is not the right one to leaven properly
and make it light, digestible, wholesome.
Good baking without good baking powder out of the aueitjon.
hat wonderful leavening power, and the double actioa
-in Ihe bowl and in the oves—make* |ood ictulu doubly cMtaia,
7oA« no cAommot faUun—u$9
and havm "good tuck" «imry tinw.
At tdt Crocara.
Exceptional Values in
During the coining week we are going to
sell at any price fully half of our stock of enam
el and hardware. To do this we are offering
some values that were never before thought
possible. Be early and buy at less than whole
12 Qt. Extra Heavy Galvanized Water Pails,
Clearance Sale 24c
12 Qt. Medium Weight Galvanized Pails, re
gular 25c seller,
Copper Wash Boards, large size, 5p&> values
L: Each 19c
18 Qt. Gray Enamel Dish Pan, extra good qual
ity gray enamehvare, heavy base, $1.00 value,
14-20 Qt. Cream Cans, made of heavy tin, built
for service, cover clamps on so tight that it is
impossible for contents to leak out 50e and
75c values, Clearance price
Jappaned Dust Pan—Riviled
handle, cannot turn. 12c value
Large Size Star Cut
This is in two styles, each with 3
genuine star cut stars. Made of the
best crystal glass. $1.00 value.
Genuine Star Cut Water Tumblers