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ihc jBtemault ?ribunt By M. M. JEWELL. THK DAILY TKIBI'XR. fulillshi"! every iiili'::ionii, except Snn diiy. lit ISisniiirck. Nui-ili DnUntn, Is deliv ered liy rnrrier to .ill i»in» of the elt.v at Ml cents per iiioinli, or $t! per year. TUo dally sent to any aililress In tin? United Slates ami Canada, postage repaid, $ per yi-nr: for six months ?1.M for three uiout lis. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Published every Friday eight pages, containing summary of the news of the week--local mid foreign—particular inten tion being paid to state news. Sent to •uy address, postage paid, for $1.00 for one year 00 cents for six mouths 23 cents for three mouths. The Bismarck Trlliuue Is the oldest newspaper In tli? state—established June 11. 1S":5. It has a wide circulation and I desirable advertising medium. Being published at the capital of the state It makes a feature of state news, of a si'inl o'tlclal character, and Is therefore particu larly Interesting to all who desire to keep the run of state affairs—political, social and business. The special session of the Montana legis lature provided the same appropriation as North Dakota for the St. Iyouls exposition —IW,000. Up in Carrington the mayor also holds that he Is a part of the city council and the attempt to pass a resolulon over his vote by a vote of four to two failed be cause four Is not two-thirds of seven—si* aldermen and the mayor. The suicide of Cartoonist Bowman, so long and well known on the staff of the Minneapolis Tribune, will be learned with regret by many friends and admirers over the northwest. Overwork Is assigned as the cause of the suicide, which followed a nervous breakdown. If any doubt exists as to the merits of Srome grass In this section one has only to observe Its growth this year, wherever It has been planted ou the Missouri slope. Bronie grass had an excellent stand before the first of the recent rains and now it Is knee high In some places. Brome grass has passed the experimental stage In this state. The Saint Thomas Times Is twenty-one years old and Editor Hager is to be con gratulated on the excellence of the paper he publishes. And those tourist sketches from the pen of Mrs. Hager are so intense ly interesting, so graphic and Instructive they ought to be presented In booklet form that they may be more generally read and appreciated. As commencement day approaches the Tribune Is In receipt of a number of an nouncements of graduation of former Bis marck pupils. Zach Hanscom, son of George Hanscom. formerly business mana ger of the Tribune, graduates from Purdue university at Lafayette, Ind. Frank C. Hughes, another well known Bismarck boy, graduates from the mechanical de partment of Minnesota university with honors. He Is one of tht three to finish the difficult course. President Roosevelt's western tour seems to have been one continuous ovation and declaration of an unani mous support for the nomination next year, says a Washington correspond ent. The president has made over 250 speeches, most of them of course impromptu, and dealing with subjects suggested by the occasion. His urgent appeals for a high standard of citizen ship, for forest preservation, for the careful development of a national pol icy of irrigation of the arid lands and the reservation of the public lands for home makers, and for the upbuilding cf the navy have been cordially and enthusiastically received. Will Join the Pen Ranks. At Fargtj Judge Pollock sentenced to fifteen years in the peni tentiary at hard labor. Rea was orig inally arrested on a charge of enticing a girl away from home for evil pur poses, but for lack of evidence the complaint was changed to kidnaping and conviction secured. He was ar rested on a similar charge a few months ago, and the case was so ag gravated that Judge Pollock gave him the limit. Thomas Martin and James Barry were given a year each for grand larceny, and Tim Nolan two and a half years for burglary. The advance sale of seats for the original American production of Tolstoi's latest masterpiece ."Resurrection," which will be the attraction at the Atheneum on Friday will open Wednesday morning at Reming ton's. 8oo Line Change. Commencing Sunday May 31st, train 96 will leave Bismarck 8:45 a. m. Train 97 will arrive Bismarck 6 p. m. Daily except Sunday. Among the many attractions that have been seen here this season. It Is doubtful If any one has caused more comment or provoked more Interest among our amuse ment goers than the announcement that Bristol's "Resurrection," the original American production, will be seen at the Atheneum on Friday, this week. The dramatization by Chas. W. Chase, and the cast of characters Is very strong and complete one. Reserved seats will be on salt- at Remington's Wednesday mornlm x? 0, & M'KAMttl*: MtKEZES A Lay of the Pipe. He had a million dollars—wasu't that a lovely pile? He said: "I'll «be a prince and spend my money right in style. I'll buy a house in Gotham and a big red auto too I'll blow myself for luxuries at no man ever blew. I'll live on toasted birds' tongues, float ing deeply in champagne, I'll live to prove that living Is not always done In vain.' He drew his check book towards him. took his pen—wag Just about To draw 11 hundred thousand, when his pipe went out. He struck the wheat pit right one day and bought it on the rise. He margined fifty million bushels—up and up it flies, His profits were enormous, when he cor nered all the grain, He squeezed the little fellows till they howled and howled again He loaded up a train with gold and notes and silver too, He bad so darn much money he did not know what to do, So he bought up New York city and Just as he was about To draw his check in payment—well, his pipe went out. What lovely, lovely dreams we have we hit the pipe of Hope, We dream like some old "hop fiend" Just as loujr as lasts the dope We grow to wealth and honors—fame and opulence are ours, We live where twittering birds are steal ing sweetness from the flowers. Dull Sorrow flies iuto the night Joy rules the day supreme, While incense from her censer lends de light unto the dream, Then when dull Care has vanished and the soul is Just about To reach the things It craves,—well, then the pipe goes out. —Foley. Fourth of July Meeting. There will be a.meeting of the busi ness men and all persons interested at the office of the Palladium tonight at 8 o'clock to take definite steps to ward deciding on a Fourth of July cele bration at Bismarck. This is an im portant matter, in which ail residents of Bismarck should be interested. Bismarck is the railroad center of the slope, and a celebration at Bismarck will be attended by visitors from all parts of the slope. The large attend ance at Saturday's celebration shows what may be expected if a Fourth of July program of the right kind is ar ranged. With enclosed ball grounds, a rattling game of ball can be provided as one of the features. It is impor tant, however, that the matter be put melinite basis at once, in order that the proper steps may be taken to advertise the affair, and arrange for railroad rates, program, etc. This meeting should be attended by all business men, and steps taken to ar range for such a celebration as Bis marck is capable of giving Attend the meeting tonight. Mayor Sweet of Fargo let out a policeman the other day for "getting drunk" and the officer publishes an open letter calling Mayor Sweet a "bare faced liar" and hlg administra tion a "grand fizzle." Notice to Co. A. There will be a school of non-com missioned officers at the Armory Wednesday night, every non-commis sioned officer is requested to be pres ent. BI8MAHCK DAILY TRIBUNB: MONDAY, JUNE 1, 1903 W. F. CUHING- Capt. Co. A, 1st N. D. N. O. MM $j02@i&0®0:000000- Special Offering in Tailor Made Suits. Skirts, Silk Waists, Ruffs and Muslin Underwear at a Big Reduction in Prices. Skirts. Fourth Street. N- D. RED CEDAR. An Attempt Will Be Made to Trans plant the Western Product in Parts of North Dakota. Jamestown Capital: Professor Wald ron of the state agricultural college spent the morning in the city when on his return from the Bad Lands •where lie had been to secure speci mens of red cedar to plant in the east ern part of the state to ascertain their adaptability for cultivation. He found 100 fine specimens. The cedar is na tive to all parts of the union and should grow well here. He said when at Edgeley recently he planted 8,000 trees on the experimental grounds. He says there are few or no good tree growths in that part of the state and if the demonstrations are successful at the Edgeley station it is hoped that many of the farmers will grow trees about their places, beautify and enrich their farms and in many ways, make their places much more desirable. Tailor made Suits, S15.00 quality at $ 44 Notice of Meeting of the $tate Histori cal Society. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the State Historical Society of North Dakota will be held in Bismarck, N. D., at the office of the Bismarck Tribune at 8 o'clock p. m. on Tuesday, June 2, 1903. This meeting of the so ciety is called for election of officers and directors, and the adoption of by laws, for the consideration of the re port of the treasurer and of the com mittee on membership, reorganization and amendments to the constitution and by-laws and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the society. Lake Shore Tours mer Tour Book issued by the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry. show ing routes and rates to the eastern re sorts. It will b$ sent on application. W. B. Hutter, N. W. P. A., 120 Endicott Arcade, St. Paul, Minn. Organized 1850. Cash Assets, $60,000,000. ....Aetna Life Insurance Co.... Supplies best Insurance in LIFE, ENDOWMENT, ACCIDENT, LIABILITY AND HEALTH. J. C. HOLLEY, Agt., Bismarck, N. D. Byrne's Insurance Agency, The Strongest in the Northwest in Average Cash Assets REPRESENTING—The Home of New York, cash assets 517,108,635 New York Underwriters 13,419,588 Gerniaa Alliance Associotion 11,563,987 Average Per Company over $9,000,000. Are you insured? If not Don't put off until to morrow what you can do today. Time and Fires wait for no man. Tomorrow is a will o' the wisp that you cannot catch up with. INSURE TODAY. P.E. BYRNE, Agent Bismarck Bank Block, Bismarck, N. D. Telephone 96 20.00 25.00 C. A. LOUNSBERRY, President. $32.90 to California and Arizona via Chicago Great Western Railway. Tickets on sale daily from April 1st to June 15th. For further particulars apply to any Chicago Great Western Agent or J. P. Elmer, G. P. A., Chi cago, 111. C. F. DALY, Chief A. G. P. A., Chicago, 111. Fire Association 6,150,823 Pennsylvania 5,797,583 North British and Mercantile of London 5,758,290 Commercial Union of London 4,059,616 Silk and all wool dress and walking skirts at 20% reduction. Liberty Silk and Chiffon Ruffs in the latest styles at 20% off the regular price. Qflllr WdflC+C Special clearance sale of OlllV tt 11 old* all silk waists in Peau de Soie, Taffetas and washable silks in colors and blacks that sold at $3.50, S4.50 up to $6.50. The special sale price now is $2.98 LUCAS, $63,858,528 9.50 44 44 12.50 44 44 A number of odd suits strictly all wool, man tailored suits that sold from S15.00 to $22.00 each—these have been put on the bargain counter at onlv, a suit 7*50 18.50 Distinction in Dress Vou have never heard any woman say that she bought a OUR SHIRTERY New Spring and Summer Shirts. Best Quality Percales, Cheviots and Madras Cloths, Negligee. Patterns made for us alone—no danger of everybody wearing your shirt. Making the Very Best, roomiest shirts, more comfortable, neater and stronger than usual. Don't worry about which is best. You Can't go Wrong on any Here. We have done all the worrying, comparing and inspecting, All Grades, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. Dollar Shirts in price only. Try to match them anywhere for $1.60. "THE BOSTON" R. L. BEST & CO. Proprietors. Reduced Prices! Easy Terms! Description Northeast quarter Northeast quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter All of Allot North half and southwest quarter East one-half North half and southwest quarter All of. Southwest quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter Southeast quarter Northwest quarter West half and southeast quarter South one-half East one-half The .•VT annual payments: interest si cash, balance In Ave equal annual payments at six per cent- If told on cents per acre will be added to advertised purchase price. undersigned Sec. Twp. Ranee Acre* 30 144 28 140 IV 139 84 140 17 140 ID 140 11 140 29 140 35 140 21 14(1 3 1S» 25 142 25 143 8 139 6 139 33 143 138 17 138 I I I I 1 1 I 1 I s: yr:.u!*rua suit that was44 cotton-mixcdor poorly made,or one thci (ailed 1 meet every ft guarantee of the makers. jj Satisfaction in fabric,style and mak ing ars ensured to you on any suit bearing this label. .© & & $ I & 1 1 I Prico 81 78 76 7S 74 74 74 74 75 75 76 70 7# 160 160 160 160 64C 840 480 880 480 6,0 160 160 160 160 160 480 320 320 4.50 5.00 6.00 6.50 5.50 6.00 6.00 6 00 6.00 6.25 6 00 7.00 8.50 5 00 5.00 8.50 5.00 5.00 81 99 78 72 72 interest six^e offers his remaining lands in Burleigh IfrTx.n vijj„ «.. counties fur sale at the above reduced fljpires. Th^ !3s are «.Vlt "?i Stark Parties looking (or lands in the vicinity may save from three to dollJre selections, ins and comparing soil, location and prices with what owners and Mwnt. JSi ®,anuu adjacent properties. Advertised prices are Mt to owner. jr cent or one-third •ter terms twenty-five W FRANK I. ALLEN, a" ,or and 864 Broad Street, Newark, N. J.