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tlM Lady cook at Mrs. Marshall *. \vA,Mman'* Kl-Fir-t class dining room girl at Cafo. STKD. f° housework W family of two. 312 Fourth St, S\LG. T\w Sloan buiMin* on Fourth l4 Mtvi't. i-rtH at Homaus Buk«*rf. 4th St. .I.K.-One story four room house iotf. Apply to Frank Donnelly. Oil" ..l i" Ull'l it* and s\LL.—-live room houses, Rood loon 1" inin. very cheap. Harvey Harris Co. LADY desires position an steim irr oilier. lias had experience aud cau show .|. ,Vr— Aildrets Tribune ydl'Mi. cook Move, lied couch, hie, htl MoudHS /iir. 3rd st. II i'i''ilt r'-». table, stands, chairs, and wash- tais. -ill. ,aoI( U.K.—A matched pair of "Clinker" i*.-t I inn- and") years ul«l weight about ,d- year old gelding, weight u! l.mw pounds, al.-o 4 or 5 "broke about 14 head year old lU i\ ::tniTU I'. brood •Its 1:. I'IKHCli, ittlAve. n, Bismarck, X. 1. MViTP Srvt-nil imhistriotiH por-mi? ... »tato t«» travel for house i»stahlihiMl Ion ..IOVIMI ir- and with a law- capital, to call it. HKK—U W 1C BYRNE I.IH: PROFESSIONAL CARDS Abstracts guaranteed by bond of $5,000 Tel. in 3rd St.. BISMARCK. N. D. A. J. HEDRIX, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Cidierel practitioner in Stato and Federal Courts. Heeisternd attorney before 1*. S. Interior De partment and Laud Otlico. oiiice with i'. iioii«iand Bismarck, N. iHIti llain St.. lei. i:v» A T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW MONEY TO LOAN First National Bask Block. EDICK INSURANCE and Security Bonds. Piiano 15 First Nat'l Bank Block DRAY AND TRANSFER COMPANY, Q. C. Wachter, Mgr. All orders for storage and transfer work given prompt attention. Coal and Wood for Sale. Phone X-8-7. Opposite N. W. Hotel. IK Prainr i. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York. RICHARD A. McCURDY. President. No impaired or vicious risks solicited or accepted for insur ance in this Company. CONKLIN BROTHERS, Afcouts, Tol 71. Bismarck, N. I. K«» »ui 10. First National Bank Block. NO INTEREST chart you uo interest for cairyin* Khwka. If you are paying iutorost to others you are throwing money away. COE Grain, Provisions, Stocks and Bonds. bought aui sold for cash or •u margin for future delivery. '"mu.iMion jjriSlii' l-ifcPerlhi«hel. M— General Offices, Bank of Commerce Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 8 & 29, Pint National Bank Bld'g BIsriARCK. "•cord THE CITY Improving Rapidly The lille IK.W (»ii lair roal in 1 I rcliants anJ agents for successful and tin I.V lino. Permanent engagement tt!'..|•. ca-li-alary of *l*and all traveling ex .."'and hotel bills advanced cash each Change I r*iwrit»no«% not »«ssential. Mention rwf. ,i (MU-.toso s«lf-a»l»lrortsotl (Mivolopc. Kuplt' and I a Til lly I Hi NATIONAL, ('axton HUiK-* rooms owr Tln'ir \m at WEATHER. Generally fair stationary teni perat tire, inin. :!s. loniijht and Tiiesday.l Drill Tonight-There will lie regular drill ot Co. a Can't Play on Sunday The Mandun Times explains the defeat of the Man dan ball club by the Bismarck aa^re nation on the around that Mandanites are too conscientious to play much ball on Sunday Women Take Claims Fifteen filings were made at the land office this morning by as many women It be i^ins to look as thoituh there was relief in sifiht for the unfortunate condition of some of our bachelor fanners Inspection of Firemen There will •lie an inspection of the Bismarck fire departmental the engine house. Fourth street, on Wednesday evening at ~:'M\ at which it is desired that there be a full attendance. John lloman. Chief cineer Services Sunday Evenings Here after -Hereafter services will lie held in the Kpiscopal church, this city. Sunday evenings and in Mandan Sun day mornitifis. Heretofore Kev. Joss lias held services in Mandan evenings instead of mornings Brings Results The small advertise ment in the Tribune anouncing the Sloan building for sale brought every real estate dealer in Bismarck and many more to the advertiser the next day after its appearance. The Tribune always brings results to its advertisers. Former Bismarck Girl Will Marry— Miss Josie Katz a former Bismarck high school girl, and a niece of Jos. Kat/. will lie married atSan Francisco on Friday next to Mr Herman Bell of that city. Mrs Katz will no tonight I on the North Coast Limited to attend I the uvilrtini:.. COMMISSION O A N (Incorpo rated.) Capital and Surplus: $300,000. I tOttl: ivSS: j'r»u have au account with us, yon can i« u'J'"" our 130 branch otll ,''refer to 150 state and national which are our depuoitoriea. N. D. P. LONG, Local Manager. Would Bind Franc* and Canada. P8 wera taken recently toward ming in Parts a Canadian chamber .. commerce to extend commercial *tlou8 between Franca and Canada. 8pan of Cantilever Bridge. Jhe strait of Causo, between Cape «on an(j tj,e majnjan(j 0f a. ing about completed Nova la about to be bridged with a er*having MOO feet. tbe record span of to the call Sunday morning and did such efficient, work. He says, that never has he heard music which sound ed so sweet, as the jingle of the bell atached to the hose cart, when it came up the street to his assistance Shadowed a Tramp Printer-Dickin son Press: On Tuesday the authori ties had a tramp printer shadowed in the city for some hours He was wanted for stealing silverware and jewelrv of Editor Thurston of Brad-j dock, but flic *'»rd for his arrest did, not come from Bismarck until night and he had gone Large Consignment —Messrs Hare & French have a force of men and teams unloading and setting up a new con signment of machinery, including an assortment of the celebrated Stude baker wogons and buggies. The goods came in a large BO foot furniture car of the Chicago Great Western road, and came in over the Soo. Death of J. C. vv:,s at the armory tonight. Executive table Tile new stable for tlie executive is nearin and we may soon expect new Studebak''!* carriage Is He completion 'o sir that in servico. a Body Snatcher—The Brad mi.lican declare*: -Just be Ilistnarck attorney bought iraddock comet. rv it should not be int'-red tuat he is a body snatcher.'' dock lie cause a the SI)U )f Mr. Ilendrix whose Uir was ampu'ated as a result of a railroad accident nut ago, is improving rapidly and is IT 'nvt-rv of Residence Mr ("lias. !ki\.' n-movoil from siorc where tlioy niaiie their lioni, this winter to their summer residence across the N. tracks on 7th stroet. I Official Abstracter of Titles for Bur leigh County. The Milwaukee Road—^The Mihvau I kt mail has reached Union, the coun ty seat of Knnnoiis county and estah iisiied a daily train service east—a—r I rivinc at Linton at 4 p. m. and leaving at Io.ii'i a. in., daily except Sunday. It Missed Sid Sid Smith was in trom .Meiioken Satui'day The prairie tires linrned all around him last week, doins: much damaire but Sid is lea-linir a charmed lile now and—it never touciied him. Brown--Word was re ceived in the city yesterday annottn- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE: MONDAY. MAY 11, 1903 cms doath of J. C. Brown in St. Paul] 1 in. of intestinal cancer. The l-od.v will arrive hero Tuesday on No.! accompanied by his widow and son land will ho taken to Iiraddock Wednes- daymorning for intermt-nt. Mr. Hrown formerly a resident in this city, Finished Their Engagement—The Western stock Co. finished their week's enuaKenient at the Atheueum on Satur- ,v cvenins. during which they did a fair business. An Experienced Plumber—Mr. Oscar Acker, an experinced plumber, arrived in Bismarck on Thursday last from StJ I'atil. Mr. Acker is in the employ of Crnmbs &• Wolbert. He expocls to move his family here as soon as he ''an find a house. Will Build Four Houses Miv. Kj pinger 1ms concluded to build four in stead of two resiliences on Fifth street for rem Contractor lteil has the job.' •Ml Hie houses are rented in advance and many more could lie rented if they are built at once Nothing is suffering thus far. hut the continued dry weather has caused con siderable damage from prarie fires. As a Result of the Fire—Mrs. 1». p. Formoe. who has been an invalid for several years, received such a shock as a result o! the fire Sunday morning. Hint tor several hours she was unable to either move or speak. She left this miii'iiiiir I,,- ,i. o„ -, ,, ., "Smart Set Crowd."—The "Smart Set Crowd" which has given a series feature of the evening. The attend-, ance was unusually large, and all voted the part.\ the best yet Base Ball in Mandan -The M. Com pany buys from Fort Lincoln yesterday defeated the Mandan ball team at the latter place by a score of Li to 11. It' was a well contested game, full of interest Two injuries were recorded I one by Mr. Lawhoru. who. in running for a foul tip tripped over a bike and! fell headlong into the wheel of a car-j riage. The other injury was sustained by an onlooker who got in the way of a foul tip and is tuiw nursing a broken jaw. Trees for Ransom County—It is a cu-i rious fact that, although the farmers! of Burleigh county can obtain all the) trees they desire for the digging ofj them, more trees are being shipped from Bismarck to other counties thanj are being planted in Burleigh. The commissioners of Ransom county ati their last meeting ordered a quantity of trees front the Bismarck nursery, and every train contains shipments from this point for the eastern part of tile state. Growing Business One of Bis marck's institutions that has had a successful career is the blacksmithing and wagon making establishment of C. Bertsch & Sons on east Thayer street. Starting in a few years ago with forge and anvil and the usual complement Progress on the Washburn Extension of blacksmiths' tools, the business has Messrs. Kcklos. Walker and Jones, .gradually increased, until it is now local officials of the W & C, It equipped with modern machinery to are in Washburn overseeing the. enable the operator to turn out in tlie starting of work on the extension of most expeditious manner all classes the road. Tlie reports are favorable ,,f iron and wood work. from up the line the preliminaries be-1 Old College Chum—Prof. Woods, the governor's secretary, met an old col- Card of Thanks IVter Formoe wish-1 l'W chum today—the first time since es to thank the firemen who responded Woods was a freshman in Bates col lege, Maine. George H. Wynian was in the senior class at the time, twenty six years ago. and also drifted west, settling in Minnesota, engaging in the practice of law. Mr. Wyraan owns land in McLean county and wants more North Dakota dirt if he can find what he wants in the way of a ranch. He left on the noon train to look at some propositions west of the river. Married—At the residence of Father Clemens early yesterday morning oc curred the ceremony uniting in mar riage L. G. McCullough and Marie Steft'ens. the ceremony being per formed by the Rev. Father. A sister of the bride and Attorney A. J. Hedrlx were witnesses to the solemn compact. Mr. McCullough has for several months been foreman of the Tribune manu facturing department and the bride an attache of the A. W. Lucas dry goods establishment, during which time both have won the esteem of K. Michaels visited in Jamestown Sa,lmlay Mrs Rl(, v, bard Pen warden is visiting wi,h her aunt Mrs I,ra( 'dock. Max. 04 ^l'ere lie was a member of the firm of '^ft yesterday for New I* .unices Bros. He was postmaster at H'unpshire to visit his old home for a I Iiraddock up to time of his death. few da Hrown at Shaw and 11. 0. Voss were from Mandan hetween trains this at torn (1, i- Mrs. McKtiiglit of Buffalo, Minn., is visiting in the city with her sister Mrs. H. Hammond. Bishop Mann was an arrival from Fargo today to consult with his com mittee on church matters. Mrs. K. J. White and son Donald, of Chicago, are Hie guests of Governor and Mrs. White, at the executive man sion. 1 s. Inspector John 1). Sloane of l*ubu(|ite. !a is in tlie city on bis an nual trip to inspect the vessels plying the Missouri from this point. 'i. Wolbert of the tirni of (irambs & Wolbert, has gone to the twin cities tor a few days. He expects his house ready for his family to move to Bis marck by June 1st. I That Oeficiency—Those who have their grain in and gardens planted are .now ready fur a portion of that L'ii inches of deficiency rainfall due us in tIiis seclion since January 1st. nif ,he So,) rallwav fl,r etij. 1) to tak' treatment with the celebrated Dr. Kruoger. l»v M! Thomas Fortinio Kp'nf- road for a machinery 0 .© I & Dickinson Uecorder: Mrs. J. Leon-i berger went to Bismarck Tuesday' morning for a short visit with Mrs.! •lohn Clark, who is taking ,s medical V- treatment at the hospital in that city. Braddock Republican: Mrs. S. TT: Brindle. of Williamsport. went to Bis mnrck Tuesday to see her daughter Carrie, who is at the hospital for treat ment. As yet there is but little change in the young lady's condition. Fessenden News: Mrs. John Veip-• \vwldings that issue of Thi polt is in the city, the guest of Mrs. gives special space t.) Tr icl: firm. Attorney H. Stanley came up is accom I from Steele on the noon train. He re-' ports an active demand for Kidder county farm and ranch lands, and is .devoting some time and attention to! ho roa ostato msinpss of del'.ghttu] dances the past winter,' gave its closing party last Friday even ing at Baker Hall. An elaborate -pread furnished by four of the .voung'tenon cv,.,, *, »ou.uo to San Francisco or Los Ange ladies. was an additional attractive A new plumber in town, see Granibs les and Return. Tickets on sale via Chicago Great Western Railway May 3rd and May 12-18. Good to return June 15th. Stopovers allowed. Returning via Portland and Northern lines aboutj S11."0 higher. For further information I apply to any Great Western Agent, or tinier. G. P. A.. Chicago. Ill Do you want a plumber, tell Granibs. 8E0RET 800IETIF8. MASONIC. Bismarck Lodge, A. F. & A No Mpetn flr«t and third VoinlnvH in' ^mh 'nontti at Masonic hull. M.M.Couk, 'V \T Surt Kinney. Sfc ri't ii rv. Tanored CommanVry. Knights Templnr. Mo. 1. Meet* thin! Thtirsdnv In nionth at Mn«on!^ hull, rnknt* Block. M. M. Cook, K. C. W. P. Cochrnop Recorder Bismarck Chapter. No. 11, O. R. S. flrst and third Frldnvs In p*rh raonth •t Masonic hall. Dakota B'ock. Dorothy Field, W. M. Hattle Skeiton, 8*»cr#»tiry. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS St. Elmo Liodtw. No. 4. Mpp'x "*ednoRdny (M-Pntni nt K. P. hall. Baker W- Healy. C. C. Frank Q. Titus K. of R. and S. BROTHERHOOD OF AMERICAN YEO MEN. A fraternal life and accident insurance or ganization, meets the last Tuesday of each month in the Odd Fellows hall. I. W. Hcaiy, Forpman, C. A. Hese. corrranondeut Ma chine shop. R. L. Beet, M.A. ANCIENT ORDER UNITED WORKMEN. bUmarck LodKt'. No. 1'20. Meets tbe flrst and third Tuesday ereuluics of eucti month at tbelr hall In the Bnker Block in o'clock. C- E. Mtirrell, M. \V. Kradley Marks, Recorder, I. O. O. F. Capital City Lodtee No. 2—Meets ever Friday at McGowan hall at 8 o'clock p. m., JohnWray. N. ii. Wm. D. Oorsuch. Sec'y. O. A. R. James ii. MePherson Poet No. 2. Depart ment of North Dakota. Grand Army or the Republic. Meets every seennd and fourth ThtirtMhiy In each month at G. A. R. hall, BlHinnrck. N. D. \V. H. Winchester, Com mander John F. Wallace, Adjutant. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS. Meets second and fourth Fridays of each nontli at their hall at 2:30 p. m. Hattic Skclton, president Kmma }). Falconer, eecre rary. THE FLORENCE CRITTENTON HOME AND Hospital for Frieudlosn Women and Children. Incorporated November 29,1901. No. 419 East Second Street, Bismarck, N. Dak. President, MS Beere Vice President, Rhoda A. Wood oorreiinndinfr Secretary, M. L. Ashley: Recording Secretary, Alhiua E. Couch Treas urer, Mary E. Whitecraft Auditor, Ella Hou tallinff Matron, Margaret L. Ashley. NICHOLSON REBEKAH NO. 40 Moete the first and third Saturday* of every month In Odd Felow»" ball, at 8 o'clock. Mary Whitecraft, N-U.. Jenny O'Con nor, Secretary. Model Building for Workmen. Krupp's works at Essen are remark able for their model buildings for workmen. Herr Krupp owned 6,469 of these, each with a small garden. a large circle, who will unite in wishing them a happy wedded life. They have gone to housekeeping in the Watson residence on Second street. Rare and Costly Cold Fish. Ore of the rarest and most eipen slve of Chinese gold flahes is the brush tail, a pair of which sells for 91,000. Probably there is no other living thing of its size and weight that Is worth so much money. 1 This Reminds You That a IJOIHI cheapest. ",Q I 'I I *Q.©^©3©20')5^i©^S^©?© E I E W A E June being the favored month for Dcsviht of inter-! Thus. Dodds. he will soon go to His-jest to the woman who eviects ion to niarck where Mrs. Neippolt is now be a bride. "Brides an Bride Attend-! tlong headquarters, lie being on thc ants." "The Juno Bride's Trossean"! and "Woman's Fads and Fancies' ail cater to this one svbject. and even thv fiction leans to that side, fo "Lav inv's 'Wedding-Gown" and "ThslU's Sue cessfnl Play" have matrlnony as thome. Tin' fashions and millinery iiown in this month ar- charmingly summery and dainty, and so too are "Fashions and Fabrics" and "Points on Dressmakng'.' both of which have left heavier subjects discourse on the light and airy side of woman's at tire. The May numbber of tnc North American Review is rep!et- with in teresting and authori'itiv? toinmcr.t upon subjects literary political, so cial. economical and scientific which engage the public mird rt the present moment. Archibald Coleuhoun dis cusses "The Future of the Negro." Apropos of the approaching centenary of Emerson's birth. Dr. W. Robert ron J- If It Comes From It's Good. job, done scientifically is always the Try our Plumber or our Tinner and be Convinced. Seeing Is Believing. See our pltmilicr work, iitnl you will want no other to do your work. You waul value received for your money. Our plumber yives satisfaction. Our Guaranty of Satis faction to you means that you are tlie judye of what vou want, and as some people can never satisfy them selves, we will try to aid them \.'IKII they ask assistance. We Want Your Business. Anything in Hardware, Plumb ing and Harness. GRAMBS & WOLBERT. ever displayed in Bismarck. Our last addition is a stock of handsome ring's, pins, and brooches in diamonds, whole pearls and emeralds. You would enjoy seeing them. LEST YOU FORGET We call attention a^ain to our hijrh class Optical and Kepair departments. B. COOK & CO. JEWELERS AND OPTICIANS. Reduced Prices! Easy Terms! Description Northeast quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter All of All of North half and southweat quarter East one-half North half and south west quarter All of Southwest quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter Southeast quarter Northwest quarter West half and southeast quarter South one-halt East one-half ©, ©. 1 a ©. 0: I & Nicoli writes with insight ai'n discern ment. as well as sympath*'. ol "Ralph I aldo hmerson. W. .1 Loug ex plains the methods and ideals of "The Modern School of Nature Study." I Karl Blind tells "Why C. tiianv Strengthens Her Nqv\." Size of British Colonies. British colonies are seventy times as large as tbe area of the Kingdom. United JUST A WORD ABOUT BARBERS. It is a source of satisfaction to know that Bismarck has a strictly first class and up-to-date barber shop—everything clean, tools ster ilized. workmanship the best— where face niasage, and shampoo ing for both gents and ladiea la made a specialty. Only experta employed. Visits made to real dences to accommodate ladles de siring hair dressing and shampoo ing. Neatest Barber Shop the City. When the Holidays are over—Some stores cut down their stocks. We have kept our stock up, regardless of the season and propose to show you the Handsomest and Completest Stock of Jewelry In There is always one that's the best. In Bismarck that's us. J. O. Lavine, GRAND PA CIFIC HOTEL 1 Cook' St'c. Twp. Rauffo Acres I'ric*- 3 141 K1 $4.50 1 28 140 78 160 5.00 W 76 IW 6 00 H4 140 73 6.50 17 14 74 *'4( 5.50 JU 140 74 640 6.00 21 14 74 41-0 6.00 29 140 74 320 6 00 sr, 140 75 480 The undersigned offers hi* remainimc lands in Burleigh. McLean, Kidder, Mortou and Stark counties for sale at the above reduced flarures. These lands are early and dhoice selections. Parties looking lor land* in the vicinity may save from three to five dollars per aero by examin ing and comparing soil, location and prices with what owners and agents ask for adjoining aud adjacent properties. Advertised prices are net to owner. FRANK B. ALLEN, fi 21 14d 75 6t0 6.25 3 76 100 6 00 25 142 79 160 7.00 25 143 79 160 8.50 8 139 160 5 00 6 139 99 1P0 5.00 113 7* 4*0 8.50 I 13K 7 2 320 5.00 1 1SK 72 3^0 5.00 Terms: One half cash, balance S equal annual payments interest six percent or one-third cash, balance in Ave equal annual payments at six per cent- If sold on latter terms twenty-five cents per acre will be addad to advertised purchase price. 864 Broad Street, Newark, N. J.