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he §i*marrfc (Tribune,
By M. H. JEWELL.
THE DAILY TRIBUNE.
Hulill«Uel every afternoon, vxcopt Sun­
day, ut Ulsuinrck, North Dakota, Is deltv
ertnl ly currier to all |iirts of the city at
60 tent* per month, or ftl per year. The
dally sent to any aildrms In the United
States nod Canada, postage prepaid, 1*1 per
yeur (3 (or six uiouths $1.50 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. Sent to
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
new*taper In the state—established June
U, 1873. It baa a wide circulation and 1"
a desirable advertising medium. Being
published at the capital of the state It
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 Washburn Leader has begun
the publication of a twenty year ago
column, but if the following is a sam­
ple of the stuff to be printed, the old
timers will do well to spring the time
limit: A party of Bismarckers visit
Washburn, among them Speaker Wil­
liams of the territorial legislature, and
the party are fed and drunk, and the
doughty general smoothed and grati-1
tude expressed to htm for his kindly
interest in seeing to the McLean coun­
ty organization bill getting through
the legislature.
Rains have fallen through the
northwest during the last forty-eight
hours that have materially changed
the crop prospect. While they have
not fallen everywhere needed, they
have been of vast benefit. The Missouri
slope has enjoyed a good rainfall in
i»e last twenty-four hours. The crops
have been somewhat damaged by dry
weather, but there is no discourage­
ment, and it looks as if a fair crop
would be harvested.
It is about time the state militia
battery were equipped with new guns
or else the firing squads should get
into closer touch with the nature of
their weapons. Such accidents as that
of Saturday in which a sergeant lost
his hand are the serious side of peace­
ful warfare. Cole is the second mem­
ber of the battery who has been crip­
pled for life in the past year or so.
THE BRIQUETTE QUESTION.
General Washburn's Representative
Returns From a Trip Through Ger­
many.
Minneapolis Journal: William de la
Bere, engineer of the St. Anthony Wat­
er Power Co., has returned from an
extended sojourn in Germany, where
he has made an exhaustive study of
the manufacture of fuel briquettes in
the interests of General W. D. Wash­
burn who is extensively engaged in lig­
nite mining in North Dakota. General
Washburn is greatly interested in a
satifactory substitute for anthracite
coal, and has made many experiments.
Mr. de la Bere has nothing to say at
this time as to the result of his obser­
vations in Germany, beyond the fact
that he has learned much that would
be of value in solving the home prob­
lem.
"We prefer," said General Wash­
burn, "to say nothing as to the con­
clusions reached by Mr. fie la Bere on
his trip abroad. Just how valuable his
researches were cannot be determined
until he has had an opportunity to
make an application in the country of
the system under which briquettes are
manufactured in Germany. So far we
have reason to believe that, as a result
of .Mr. le la Bere's trip, we will be
able to turn out a finished article in
the shape of a briquette which will be
found in every way adapted to the
needs of this section, especially when
the supply of anthracite runs short.
While abroad, Mr. de la Bere went in­
to the subject from every conceivable
standpoint."
General Wj.shburn says that the de­
velopment of his lignite beds in North
Dakota is making rapid progess and
that by October his company will be
able to furnish the market with from
1 500 to 2,000 tons daily.
LIGNITE BRIQUETTE PLANT.
It Will be Located at Underwood, a
New Town on W. G. & F. Railroad.
Minneapolis Journal: The plant
which General W. D. Washburn will
erect in North Dakota for the manu­
facture of lignite briquettes will be
located at a station to be known as
Underwood on the Washburn and
Great Falls railroad. The station will
be named after F. D. Underwood, for­
merly of the Soo road, now general
manager of the Erie road. The town
site was opened a few days ago and
General Washburn has just returned
from a tour of inspecion over the new
extension.
COLD BLOODED MURDER.
Details of the Cold Blooded Killing of
an Inoffensive Young Man at Bu
ford.
The vVilliston Herald gives the fol­
lowing detailed account of the myster­
ious murder at Buford last week:
"The most foul murder ever com­
mitted in this part of the state was
committed at Buford some time Sat­
urday night, when John O. Kolbens
vik was, from all appearances, mur­
dered in cold blood. The body was
found by George A. Booker, early
Sunday morning and the authorities
were notified and the coroner, sheriff
and states attorney left for there at
once. A jury was at once impaneled
and a coroners' inquest was held which
closed Wednesday and one Tom Zim­
merman was placed under arrest and
lodged in the county Jail and will be
given a hearing Saturday. Zimmer­
man and another party were in a pok­
er game with Kolbensvik until & late
hour Saturday night and were the
last seen with him. It is positively
known that Zimmerman knew more
than he was willing to tell as his story
was not the best and was very unsat­
isfactory for an innocent man. He
lived next door to where the murder
was committed and when he heard
,h. be
of his window and saw some one
ing on the ground arid saw some one
hurrying up the street, but he did not
go to see who was shot but went back
to bed and remained there till morn­
ing. His story was very flimsy and
the general opinion is that the man
met his death as a result of trouble
which is supposed to originate in the
poker game. From appearances the
man was shot while standing in his
door and was shot from the outside as
he fell across the sidewalk and the
bullet was found inside the building.
The 'the left side about
the seventh rib and came out to the
right side of his back done. Two
shots were fired but only one took ef­
fect.
The remains are here in the coron­
er's undertaking establishment and
will not be buried until further devel­
opment.
John O. Kolbensvik, the murdered
man, is a young man 22 years of age
and was born in Yellow Matson coun­
ty, Minn. His mother is dead and
he left home about six years ago and
has been in North Dakota most of the
time since. He has been at Buford
three or four weeks running a soft
drink establishment and was known
as a very peaceable young man. Great
indignation prevails and if the right
parties are found they will get the
full benefit of the law.
4th of July Trip to Washington,
New York, Boston, Niagara Fails.
May be made at low fare via
Pennsylvania Short Lines, by persons
taking advantage of excursion tickets
on sale July 1st, 2d. 3d, 4th and 5th
for National Educational Association
meeting at Boston. The Fourth of
July may be spent in Washington.
Philadelphia. New York. Boston or
Niagara Falls, tickets being obtainable
going one route returning another with
stop-overs at points mentioned. i'
in a a a
ply to H. R. DERING, A. G. P. Agt.,
No. 2 Sherman Street, Chicago.
IF THE BABY IS CUTTING TEETH,
lie sure and use that old and well-tried
remedy, Mrs. Wlnslow's Soothing
Syrup, for children teething. It soothes
U'.e child, softens the gums, alleys all
pain, cures wind colic and is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty-five
cents a bottle.
The New York Station
Of the Pennsylvania System,
at the foot of West 23d
Street, makes the tip-town and hotel
district of New York easily accessible.
The cheap cab service of this System
from that station is extensively patron­
ized. Full particulars may be had by
addressing H. R. DERING, A. G. P.
Agt., No. 2 Sherman street, Chicago.
$12.50 St. Paul to Detroit, Mich., and
Back, account Epworth League
Convention.
Special official train "Epworth" will
leave Minneapolis via Chicago, Mil­
waukee & St. Paul Railway 7.00 p. m.
St. Paul 7.35 p. m., July 14th, reaching
Milwaukee early next, morning. De­
lightful daylight boat ride across Lake
Michigan to Grand Haven on special
chartered steamer. Special train
Grand Haven to Detroit. Proportion
ate rates from other points.
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For complete particulars and berth
reservations, address W. B. Dixon, N
W. P. A., 365 Hobert street, St. Paul,
Minn.
That Throbbing Headdache
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou
sands of sufferers have proved tbelr
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They make pure blood
and build up your health. Only 25
cents, money back If not cured. Sold
P. C. Remington, druggist
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BI8MARCK DAILY T&IBTJNE: TUESDAY, JUNE 80, 1908
Touched Him for His Roll.
Jamestown Alert: Jay Wilcox,
foreman of the Northern Pacific stock­
yard, appeared before Justice Pearson
this morning and told a story of be­
trayed friendship and misplaced con­
fidence that was indeed touching. Ac­
cording to the story related by Wilcox
he was having a social time with a
number of friends Friday afternoon
and when the party broke up three or
four of his companions saw him home
and put him to bed. He slept peace­
fully until this morning. When he
awoke he took an inventory r*
worldly goods and found that be wa*
short a roll of $240 and a watch.
When he looked for his friends of a
few hours before he could not find
tnem.
After listening to his story, Justice
Pearson issued a warrant for Wood, a
man who had been employed in the
livery stable of Mayor Severn. Wood
Is said to have left the city on the
North Coast Limited Friday evening
for Bismarck.
There are said to have been others
implicated in the robbery and the
police are hot on the trail of the al­
leged offenders.
Wood was arrested here aturday and
and r^urned to to Jamestown.
THE MARKETS.
opening, Range and Cloae of Grain
Prices at Minneapolis, Chicago and
Duluth.
Famished by Coe Commission Co., First
Natioual Bank building, who have direct wirss
to Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago.
Special Sale of Millinery at
Less than Half Price
A lot of Hats that sold from 50c to
$2.50 each, to close them out, they
have been reduced to
All other Millinery at
Half Price.
Fourth Street, Bismarck.
June 30, 1903.
Chicago.
Open Hi#h Low Closo
July wheat TOSi "9Si 77lf 774
Sept wheat 774 *1% 7*4 764
July corn 50'., 50 SO
Sept oorti 30* 51V 50*4 SOS
July oats 394 40 89 S#
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Minneapolis.
Open High Low t'loso
July wheat 83\ 83* 8Sl\
Sept wheat......754 75J» 74» 74
Driven to Desperation.
Living at an out of the way place,
remote from civilization, a family Is
often driven to desperation In case of
accident, resulting in Burns, Cuts,
Wounds, Ulcers, etc. Lay in a supply
of Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It's the
best on earth. 25c. at P. C. Reming­
ton's drug store.
Less Cycling in Canada.
Cycling is falling off in Canada. In
Montreal only 2,240 licenses have been
taken out thU year r.saicst 3.755 last
year, ssd S.3S7 in wo.
19c Each.
A. W. LUCAS,
FOURTH
Bismarck, N.
...BASE BALL...
Bismarck vs. Oakes
SMALL SPORTS:
Music by Bismarck Band Dance
and Fireworks in the evening.
RATES ON ALL RAILROADS
PYE & CO
Insure Anything Insurable
When your friends ask you to go on their bonds, send them to us.
We are General Agents for the
Fidallty and Ouaranty Oompsny
Best on earth, and can bond them.
PIONEER AGENCY
orrioa FIRST NATIONAL BANK BLOOK
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THE CIGAR that's proud
of its name, because its
quality is always the same
The only smoke that
never changes in
aroma or in price*
The Largest Setting
Brand of Cigars
In the World
NEW RESIDENCES....1
Are in course of construction, and we have discounted tlu
wants of the prospective occupants by stocking up with
Furniture Carpets & Draperies
Until our stock is the most varied and complete of any in
the slope, and our prices are always right.
We do not want to carry over any renmants of Wall Paper,
and those who have not completed their decorations will 1.
well to give us a call.
OUR UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT
Is in all respects the most complete, and we furnish a huh
assistant on request.
E. G. FIELD
Third SSL Main Si a
OUR SHIRTERY
New Spring and
Summer Shirts.
Best Quality Percales, Cheviots and
Cloths, Negligee. Patterns made for us alone
danger of everybody wearing your shirt.
inspecting,
You Can't go Wrong on any
We have done all the worrying, comparing
All Grades, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
Dollar Shirts in price only. Try to
match them anywhere for $1.60.
Making the Very Best,
.roomiest shirts, more comfortable, neater and stronger
than usual.
Don't worry about which is best
THE BOSTON"
R. L. BEST & CO. Proprietors.
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„VESTIBULED TRAINS.
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Ctrd-Blsm«rcl
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*P| No. 1, Nortb Coaat Limited 10:40 p.
IUTTB I No.*. Pacific Eipreu 12 p.
1A «•. 7, local 2:25 p.m
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TAOSftU I No. 2, North Coaat Limited '17a.
ffBft AtlanticBiprew j:«8
ONIfIA s® 21. w#*tboand 6:00
eastbemnd 7 85«.
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Way Freight.
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