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By Jf. B. JMwMIiXu THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every afternoon, except Sun day, at Bismarck, North Dakota, Is deliv ered by carrier to all parts of the city at 50 cents per month, or $0 per year. The daily sent to any address In the United States and Canada, postage prepaid, 5a pet year $3 for six months Sl.oO for three months. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Published every Friday: eight pages, containing a summary of the news of the week—local and foreign—particular atten tion being paid to state news. Sein any address, postage paid, for $1.00 for one year 50 cents for six months, 25 cents for three months. The Bismarck Tribune is the oldest newspaper In the state—established June 11 1873 It has a wide circulation and is a'desirable advertising medium. Being published at the capital of the Bt"t' makes a feature of state news, of a semi official character, and is therefore particu larly Interesting to all who desire to keep the run of state affairs—political, social and business. The Barnes county commissioners decided not to furnish seed wheat un der the new law—the conditions not justifying it in that county. The Goose River Farmer has a couple of columns of history of Senate bill 147, vetoed by the governor be cause of unconstitutional amendments. The Farmer says the bill was ordered recommitted back to the judiciary committee for the removal of amend ments but never got back into the committee and the amendments were erroneously engrossed with the bill. The new farmers' institute bill is one of those that will be of practical advantage and benefit to the farmers of the staite. Among the legislators who were active in securing the pas sage of this bill none "were more so than Senator Hegge—one of the best members of the upper house and alive always to the interests of his constit uents and of the whole people of the state. The Hope Pioneer pays Lieutenant Governor Baritlett a compliment—says he enjoyed nothing so much as one of the little fights over rules of order, and never was disturbed over such a small matter as a dozen or so substi tute motions pending at one time. The Pioneer hopes some day to see Mr. Baitlett elevated to the highest posi tion at the disposal of the ipeople of this commonwealth. Dickey county papers have a good "word for Representative Rose, who was an ajctive and valuable member of the lower house. Having been around legislatures for a good many .years, his experience and observation tmade him as valuable as an old mem ber and his earnestness and faithful ness to his constituency renders him "worthy and deserving of all the good things that may be said. That the newspaper men are their jwn worst enemies is indicated quite forcibly by the following from the Lar imore Pioneer: "The state press fel lows meet annually—read papers—wet their whistles—figure out how to keep up advertising and printing raJtes— get the thing all fixed and go home happy. So far—good but before the echoes of the press meeting die away si .medicine man drops into the Pioneer ranetum and tries to run the advertis ing bluff by exhibiting one-half and o::e-third rate contracts which he had obtainedfrom certain state papers. The rates quoted by some would cause their creditors to weep and tears of pity to. ail the eyes of those who be iold. wo two contracts alike oh the tame ad—no uniformity of charge— ^11 made ay go—and by guess—rang ing from $6 to $15 per annum—accord ing to the idiocy or wisdom of the con tracting editor, dads! Isn't it high time to call an extra session of the association? Reports emanating from Bismarck, t)r made up by papers in other cities, tell of the small pox epidemic pre vailing in Bismarck, the impression conveyed being that there is small pox here to a greater extent than else where. The fact of the matter is that ^SPRING IMPURITIES Now is the time to cleanse your entiro system aid drive away the accumulated impurities of the winter. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters will purify your blood —banish indigestion, billiousness, consti pation insomnia, flatulency, sourness of the stomach* and all disorders of the di gestive organs. It will also strengthen your nerves and prevent malaria, fever and ague. See that Oar Private Rev enue Stamp covers the neck of the Health HOSTETTER'S Follows il^STOMACH It* UM. jff|fBITTEKS,.. Jl.—HKAliStH rovFOSaAJs, in triplicate, will received at this office until 11 o'clock, A. M. April 24, 1901, iBd opened then tor tba *con* Ktsimbtea of a Water Supply arid Sever System Fort XiXEcoln, N. I, Plans aod specification assay be wen ana blank proposals with full in otruetioft*, bad ttpota appliestion here or tom Qaartanmrter* Office. Bigiaarek, H. D. United State* reserves the right to act- there is small pox all over the state and the northiweat. Hardly a paper is picked up but reports several cases of small pox. Nearly every county in the state reports its existence. The conditions in Bismarck axe the same as prevail elsewhere through the state and the city is taking steps to stamp out the disease—as should be done wherever it exists. The Griggs County Courier says: "It won't be the fault of the people of North Daikota, if Alex McKenzie does not get his sentence commuted. Mr. McKenzie was sentenced for contempt by a California court_after obeying or ders of another court of similar juris diction and his conviction is in no manner for any crime committed and is believed by parties of all political faith to be unjust. Whatever McKen zie has done in politics to make ene mies it cannot be said that he ever did anything criminal and his friends hope to soon secure his release. Ever since North Dakota was heard of Mr. Mc Kenzie has been identified with it and has done all he could to secure its ad vancement. He is a shrewd politician which has made him enemies, of course, but that seems to be his great est fault. The titles olf all bills that became laws are published in this issue. Of the 218 measures 131 were introduced in the senate as follows: Ames, 10 Little, 18 LaMomre, 12 Sharpe, 4 Simpson, 6 Taylor, 1 Lewis, 7 Hale, 10 Murphy, 5 Swenson, 2 Wolbert, 11 Cox, 2 Cooper, 3 Noble, 7 San born, 3 Lavayea, 3 Jacobson, 1 Tal cott, 4 Cashel, 4 Baker, 1 Hegge, 5 Devlin, 1 Miner, 2 Laidlaw, 2 Spe cial committee, 7. In the house 87 of the bills becoming laws were intro duced as follows: Leech, 11 Rose, 2 Thomas, 3 Allshouse, 1 Morgan, 4 Cassell, 8 Tubbs, 1 Chaffee, 4 Chaicey, 1 Ratmsett, 3 Hill, 1 Hare, 2 Wade, 1 Restemayer, 1 Bacon, 4 Palmer, 1 Packard, 2 Hall, 3 Strutz, 1 Nevin, 1 Reade, 4 Stafne, 1 Gal braith, 3 Davis, 5 Gulack, 1 Heath, 1 Winslaw, 1 Keeler, 2 Mich&ls, 2 Tuiflte, 1 Hjelmstad, 1 Bennett, 1 Young, 2 Bjoruson, 1 Grohvold, 1 special committees, 4. The introduc tion and passage of bills is, however, not the proper criterion to judge of a member's ability and usefulness. Was a member active on committees? Was his advice for and against measures practical and itimely? Some members failed to even introduce a single bill but they may have done their constit uents a good turn by heading off some that were introduced by others. The five vetoed bills appear in this list to gether with the governor's reasons for withholding his approval. The Tribune takes no stock in the street rumors and sensational special telegrams sent to Fargo and Grand Forks papers (to the effect that there exists a deep-laid conspiracy and pian to defeat the holding of a republican city convention. Those who know Dr. Bentiey best and judge without bias believe he would not lend his as sistance, knowingly, to such a proceed ing. In conference with republican leaders on Saturday at which time it was thought best to postpone the con vention for a few days, Dr. Bentiey was positive in his declaration of re gret that the postponement was neces sary he desired to be consistent as well as rational and thought and hoped the conditions would be such that, serious objection could not be raised eto the holding of the proposed conven tion by Wednesday or Thursday. It is doubbBul if there would be as much danger from contagious disease in a convention of this nature—continuing in session but a brief period in a large hall—as there is constantly in the over-heated and crowded hotel offices, and other resorts, where hack-drivers, boys and young men of every class gather every evening. In the larger cities public gatherings are seldom re stricted. Contagious cases are usu ally quarantined, or removed to hos pitals and the premises thoroughly disinfected. Dr. Bentiey believes ex treme measures are for the public good and as the official head of the city board his judgment is accepted and obeyed. Realizing the necessity of holding a republican convention some time during the week, however, he will, the Tribune feels warranted in predicting, so/modify the regulations as to permit its being held. Advertised List. List of letters remaining unclaimed at the Bismarck postoiBce for the week ending March 33,1901:' ,~ Boyoton, Carlos M. Frederickson, CbftS. Larson, Alma Larseon. A. "v V: Y, Moor, Ellsworth ^T'1 .. \./ McCrorie, Mis. BeHte' Nordquist, Miss Hilda 44'%lWj Powell, Rev. fi. Willis, MM Nellie--A In calling for the above please say advertised and give the date of this list. Letters will be held 21 days before being sent to the dead letfefr office. Agatha G, Pawebsos, P. H, George Ad&ms and *Wm B. Patertron of SJdinburg have left for the Klon dike. TITLES OF BILLS Passed by the Seventh Legislative As sembly That Have Become Laws, Together With Titles of Bills Vetoed by the Governor. SENATE BILLS BROOMING LAWS. (S. B. No. 3—Little.) An Act to Amend Section 3256, Revised Codes of 1899, Belating to Mailing Summons and Com plaint. (Sub. for S. B. No. 4—LaMoure.) Section 410 of Relating to ,Cha An Act Repealing Section 410 of the Revised Codes of 1899, Relating to Chambers of the District Judge of the Seventh Judicial' Dis trict. (S. B. No. 8—Little) An Act to Amend Section 6210. of the He vised Codes, 1899, Relating to Effect of Ap pearance In Probate Court. (S. B. No. 11—Sharpe.) An Act to Amend Sections 1536, .1537, 1538, 1542 and 1543 of the BMrlsed Codes of North Dakota, Relating to tne Recording of Marks and Brands, and for tbe Transfer ring of all Record of Marks and Brands Now in the Secretary of State's Office to the Com missioner of Agriculture and Labor. (S. B. No. 12—Simpson.) An Act to Amend Section 28 of the Revised Codes of North Dakota, 1899, the Same Being Chapter 104 of the Session Laws of 1899, Relating to Legislative Officers and Employes and Their Compensation. (S. B. No. 20—Taylor.) An Act to Provide for the Admission .of Graduates from the Law Department of the University of North Dakota to the Bar of This State. (S.* B. No. 21—Lewis.) An Act. Regulating Fraternal Beneficiary "Societies, Orders or Associations. (S. B. No. 23—Hale.X An Act to Amend Section 5526, Revised Codes of North Dakota, Relating to Exemptions in Certain Oases. (S. B. No. 25-Hale.) An Act Granting a Right of Way for a Public Highway Across the Military En campment Grounds at Rock Island, Ram sey County, N. D. (S. B. No. 27—Lewis.) An Act Authorizing the Board of Trustees of the North Dakota Agricultural Col lege to Cooperate With the United States Federal Surveys, Organized Under the De aent of the Interior of the United Agriculture, Together With an Map of North Dakota, and Making an Appro priation Therefor. (S. B. No. 20—Little.) An Act Entitled ah Act Authorizing Dis trict Courts and Also the. Supreme Court of the State to Direct Judgment to be Entered In Certain Cases Instead of Granting a Motion for a New Trial. (S. B. No. 30—Little.)' An Act Entitled "An Act Making Appro priations for the Current and Contingent Expenses of ithe State Penitentiary and for Making Permanent Improvements and Additions Thereto. (S. B. No. 33—Ames.) An Act to Secure from Loss Persons Who Furnish Materials or Labor in. the Al teration, Repair, Erection or Betterment of Public Buildings, or Other Improvements. (S. B. No. 34-^Murphy.) An Act to Amend Section 5200 of the Re vised Codes of ithe State of North Da kota, 1899, Being Section 5200 of the Revised Codes of 1805, in Regard to the Limitation of Actions. (S. B. No.. 33—Swenson.) Ah Act Entitled an Act to Provide for the Settlement of Estates of Decedents. (8. B. No. 87—Wolbert) An Act to Amend Section 338d of the Re vised Codes of 1899 Relating to Vouchers and Warrants. (S. B. 40—Little.) An Act in Relation to the Transaction of Business by Fire Insurance Companies or Associations Otherwise Than Through Resident Agents. (S. B. 41—Little) An Act to Amend Section 8567 of the Revised Codes of 1899, rotating to Product of the Plant, HowDisposedof. (S. B. No. 42—Ames.) An Act .Entitled an Act to Provide for the Creation of Special School Districts in Incorporated Cities, Towns and Villages Constituting a Part of a School District, and to Divide the Property arid In debtedness of Such School District. S. B. No. 43—Cox.) An ACt Providing for an Appropriation for the Maintenance and Improvement of the State Normal School at valley City for that Portion of the Year 19 01. Cm mencing March 1st and Ending December 31st. (S. B. No. 46—Murphy.) Ah Act to Cure Defective Acknowledg ments. (Sttb. for S. B. No. 47—Wolbert.) An Act to Amend Section 1549 of the Revised Codep of 1899, Relating to Time When nl for Stock to Run at Large. (S. B. No. 48—Wolbert.) ,®tRe ability An Act to Amend Section 6153 of tha«. Re vised Codes of 1899, Relating* to LiabT Xi of Owner for Trespass of Animals. Substitute for S. B. No. 51—Hale.) An Act to Repeal Sections 1392 and 1393 of the Revised Codes of North Dakota, Relating to State Military Board. (B. B. No. 53—Cooper.) An Act Making an Appropriation for De ficit in Fuel Account at the North Da kota Hospital for Jhe Insane. CS. .B. No. 57-Llttle.) An Act to Provide for the Drawing of War rants by the State Auditor Upon the State Treasurer. (CS. B. No. 58-TAme*) :, Ah Act to Amend Section 6435 of the Rev vised Codes of 1899, the Same Being Section 27 of Chapter 111 of the Laws of 1807, Relating to Sales of Real Estate by Executors and Administrators. Dandruff and Falling Hair vanish before the magic touch of Newbro's Herpicide, the latest scientific discovery. It kills the dandruff germs. Destroy the causey you re move the effect. Kill the dandruff germ, and your h$ir will grow abundantly. r.AarsoOT.lDABi (toefrMitliMyCB nir bead from •adsoffc OuMt for&ie aB fini-Qma Drag Store* at S. B. No. 59—Cooper.) An Act to Provide an Appropriation for the Current and Contingent Expenses for the Hospital for the Insane at Jamestown, North Dakota. (S. B. No. 60—Sharp©) An Act tx fittllhe the Senatorial and epreseut ative Districts of North Dakota and Prescribe the Number of Senators and Representatives- Therein. (S. B. No. 61—Noble.) An Ajct Entitled an Act. to Amend Sec tion 6683 of. Revised Codes of 1800, Re lating to Commencement of Actions in' Justice Conrt. 1 (S. B. No. 64—Little.) An Act Entitled an Act to Amend Sec tion 5260,- Revised Codes of 1899, Relating to the Manner of Commencing Civil Actions. (S. B. No. 67—Ames.) An Act Providing for an Appropriation for the Maihtenance and Improvement of the State Normal School at Mayvllle, North Dakota. (S. B. No. 68-Noble.) An Act Entitled an Act Relating. to the fowersof oard Pardons and Prescribing the and Duties Thereof. (S. B. No. 70—LaMoure) An Act to Create a State Auditing Board for the State of North Dakota. (S. B. No. 71—Little.) An Act to Amend Section 497b of the Re vised Codes, 1899, Relating to the Time of Holdlne Caucuses and the Issuance of Certificates of Election of Delegates. (S. B. No. 72—LaMoure.) An Act Entitled "An Act to Repeal Sec tions 1681 and 1682 of the Revised Codes of 1899, Relating to Bounty on Starch." (S. No. 73—LaMoure.) An Act to Amend Sections 2737 and 2743 of the' Revised Codes of 1899, Relating to Dissolution of Marriage. (S. B. No. 74—LaMoure.) An Act to Amend Sections 643,681 and 682 of the Revised Codes of 1899, Relating to tion. Educa1 (S. B. No. 75—Sanborn.) An Act Entitled an Act Making Appro priation for the Current and Contingent Expenses of the Soldiers' Home Located at Lisbon, North Dakota, and for Mak ing Permanent Improvements and Ad ditions'Thereto. (S. B. No. 76—Lavayea) An Act to Amend Section 7110, Chapter 20 of the Revised Codes of 1890, Relating to the Crime of Kidnaping. (S. B. No. 79—Noble.) An Act Entitled an Act to Amend Section 5046 of the Revised Codes of 1899, Re lating to Injunctions. (S. B. No. 81—Sharpe.) An Act to Provide for the Maintenance of tbe Industrial. School and School for Manual Training, Located at Ellendale, North Da kota, and for Making Necessary Improve ments, and Making an Appropriation There for. (S. B. No. 83—Hale.) Ah Act for the Maintenance and Erection of Additions to the Deaf and Dumb Asylum of North Dakota from Marifh 1,1901, to Decem be. 81,1901, and Making an Appropriation Therefor. (S. B. No. 84—Little.) An Act Entitled an Act to Provide for Making Unknown Persons Parties De fendant In Certain Civil Actions and to Amend Sections 5904, 5905, 5906, 5907, 5907b, 5908, 5909,8910,5911, 5912. 5913, of the Revised Codes of North Dakota for 1899, Relating to the Determination of Conflicting Claims to Real Estate and Other Actions and Enacting 'Other Provisions Relating Thereto. (S. B. No. 85—Little. An Aet Entitled .an Act to Provide an Ap propriation for Increased Clerical Work in the Office of the State" Treasurer. (S. B. No. 86—Simpson.) An A.ct to Amend Section 8494 of the Re vised Codes of 1899,' Relating to the Governor Demanding the Return of Fu gitives from Justice In 'this State of the Executive Authority of Any Other State or Territory, Within the United States, Providing for the Appointment of Afeents to Receive and Return Such Fugitives and Providing for Payment of Such Agents. (S. B. No. 87—Jacotifeofl.) An Act Entitled an Act Relating to the Sale of Dressed Beef. (S. B. No. ^-Wolbert.) An Act to Amend Section 2095 of the Re vised Codes of 1899,. Relating to Com pensation of County Commissioners and Fixing the Hours of Meeting. (S. B. No. 91—Lewis.) An Act to Provide for the Erection and Equipment of Necessary Additional Buildings, for a System of Sewerage arid for Other Necessary Improvements for the North Dakota Agricultural College at Fargo. (S. B. No. 92.—Noble.) An Act to Prevent the Extermination of Antelope, (S. B. No. 93-HaIe.) Ah Act Repealing Sections 1675, 1676, 1677 and 1678, Revised Codes, 1890, Re lating to Bounties for the Manufacture of' Spinning Fibres. (8. B. No. 94—Hale.) An Act Repealing Sections 1670 and 1680, Revised Codes, 1899, Relating to Boun ties for the Manufacture of Binding Twine. (S. B. No. 05—Hale.) An Aet Prescribing the Duties of County Auditor in Reference to the Certification of Abstracts of Titles to Real Estate. S. B. No. 96—Talcott.) An Act Amending Section 1278 of tl»e Re vised ^Codes of J.899, Relating to Deed Not to be Recorded Without Auditor's Certificate of Taxgs Paid (8. B. No. 90—Wolbert.) An Act to Amend Section 1219 of the 1801) Revised Codes of North Dakota, Relating to Assessor's Statement and Return to Auditor, (S. B. No. 101—Talcott.) An Act to Amend Section 7464 of the Re vised Codes of North Dakota, 1800, Re lating to Embezzlement. (S. B. No. 103—Ames.) An Act Authorizing the Requirement of an Ad ditional Bond to be furnished by City Treas urars, and Declaring the Office Vacant Upon Neglect or Refusal Bo to Do. (S. B. No. 104—Hale.) An Act to Amend Section 662, Revised Codes, 1800, Relating to -Division of School Districts. (S. B. No. 105—LaMoure.) An Act to Amend Section 4680 of Article' Chapter 72 of the Revised Codes of the State 6f North JDakota, for the Tear 1899, Entitled Liens In General. "XS. B. No. 106—Murphy.) Ah Act'to Amend Section 4820 of the'Re vised Codes of 1800, Providing for a Lien for Grain to be Used for Seed,' •*-, (S. B. No. 107—Murphy3 An Act to Prevent the Sale and Use in this State of Dangerous and Impure Oils, S. B. No. 108—Wolbert.) An Ajct to Around Section 3180 of the Re vised. Codes of 1890, Relating to County iMntual Insurance Companies. |I|1|0. a No. Aii Aci Entitled "An Act to 'Amend Sec tion 6631 of the Revised Codes of 1890, Relating to the Printing of Briefs and Abstracts ^Tpon Appeals- to the Supreme Court.", fgfggp (S. B, No. 113-Sharpe,) An Act Authorising Counties to Issue Bonds to Procure Seed Grain for Needy Farmers Beei dent Tharelo. Cootianed on *TbIrd Ji ~€, I S. M. PYE & caV# D.I.V&A.RY Yards at.... BISMABCK, WILTON, .... 'v.- ....INSURES ANYTRIN0 INSURABLE.... 0. We are Agents fbr the IFv S: Fidelity & Guaranty Co. and can bond you in any position of trust. PIONEER'AGENCY, Office First National Bank, Bismarck, N. D. SHDRE & ATLANTIC RT Jobbers In Building and Wrapping Paper P^per Sacks, Wooden Butter Plates, Etc. Bismarck and Washburn Lumber Co. Snccesaore to A Great American Traveler Says "I would rather dine on a Burlington Route dining ear. than op any other dining car in the world. 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