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®he gismarcfc tribune. By M. H. JEWELL. THK DAILY TRIBUNK. I'lililisliiMl every afternoon, except Sun day, nt ltlsm.irck, North Dakota. is deliv ered hy carrier to nil parts of tlie city at SO cents per months, or $6 per year. The dally sent to any address In the United States and Canada, postage prepaid, $6 per year $3 for six months $1.^0 for three months. Till: WEKKI.Y TRIUUNK. I'Uhllshtsl every Friday elpht (aites, containing a summary of the news of the week—local ami forelcu—particular atten tion lielnic 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 newspaper in the state—established June 11, 1873. It has a wide circulation and Is a desirable advertising medium. Being published at the cnpltal 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. indorsed by the northwest: Dakota- appropriating the receipts from the sale and disposal of public lands in I such fund shall be used to reclaim lands outside of such state or territory until it has been definitely and cerJ tainly ascertained and determined by tne secretary of the Interior, by thor-1 ough and comprehensive surveys, in-' vestigations and experiments, taking' into consideratoin the use of subter-1 ranean streams or bodies of water, by' artesian wells or otherwise, as well as the use of surface water streams or reservoirs, that such portion of said fund car.not be feasibly expended, un der the provisions of said act, In the state or territory where the lands so: sold are situated. I If a man orders kerosene, if the merchant by mistake sends him gaso..' line, and if the man, thinking he has received kerosene goes and throws some into the stove to brighten the Are. thereby doing a foolish and dan-' gerous thing, and if in the resulting' explosion he is badly burned how I much damages is he entitled to' against the merchant? That is th«! question that has been tried in the district court at Minot and the jury awarded the plaintiff a verdict for $4 .750 damages. If the man who ordered the kerosene had filled a lamp with the gasoline that was sent bv mistake. aid had been injured in an explosion, there would seem no' question of his right to recover. Put Is the heating stove the natural re pository for kerosene even? It would fppear from the Minot verdict, which was rendered against P. P. Lee. a well known merchant, that the use of kerosene to light fires has received the sanction of a legal pronunclamen to. Suppose the man who poured the stuff on the fire had received a poo. quality of kerosene, whose poorness made it explosive when brought Into McCUMBER'S IRRIGATION BILL Senator McCumber's amendment to the national irrigation act does not I provide, as has been stated, that the moneys arising in one state from the sale of lands shall not be used in any other state, but it does provide that the moneys arising in one state, suchl 1 as North Dakota, shall not be used in direct contact with live coals. Would lady's grievances as between the two another state until it is definitely and he then have been entitled to recov- cities and is willing to call it & certainly established that It cannot be er? We are not seeking to foist "diaw," while Packard that mean used to advantage in the state from another Mary Ann problem upon the cuss of the Times puts it all on Bis which It accrued. This is a fair pro- people of the country but we marck and thinks the company ought position, and one that should receive believe that a verdict of this sort Is to settle at $5,000 as a reasonable de the support of the solid northwest.' likely to result in an excess of mortal- mand for being forced to stop in the The expenditure of three millions of ity among persons whose duty it Is capital city. dollars, or a large share of it, in North to kindle fires. "Faith" will say the1 Dakota is not impracticable, and fire lighter or fire builder, "what's the would result in the vast benefit of the difference. If the stuff explodes I state and of the northwest. Already will hie me to a law shop and bring there are lobbies at Washington, ac-: suit against the vendor." tively working for the diversion of| North Dakota funds to the southwest, Ine northwest which Is certainly in- congratulate itself upon the assign terested in the development of its territory, should Insist that a fair trial be made in North Dakota before this1 vast sum Is taken down to Nevada New Mexico or other far away states, to redeem deserts and make valuable the holdings of private land interests.' North Dakota has good rea,ons lo ments an(j of its senators on committees of the Eenate. The9e SUed nihink ... .... li There's one thiug man will always share. Though he be jealous of his pelf— Of this he has enough to spare— His ^oud opinion of himself. Senator Hansbrough ls a member of the flnance or one of the mogt committee, important i„ the sen- ate and lg aUo on the Dlstrtct of lumbla The text of Senator McCumber's tee on irrigation. He also continues amendment, reproduced here, shows as that it contemplates nothing unfair. ,lc landB and nothing that cannot be heartily the committee, the St. Louis cx- p03ltj0n committee and the commit- chairman of the committee on pub- tees one of the leadlng commlt_ prevalence I and d. f's. for the senate. Senator Mc-l knows of ten large mills which ng states or territories: Arizona, sponsibillty involved. Senator Gal-' Dakota, Mr. Carleton says, controls a ornia, Colorado. Idaho, Kansas, linger has been chairman of this com- 500,000 bushels, and has been offered ontana, Nebraska, Nevada, New mlttee for a number of years and the equivalent of 70 cents a bushel exico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ore., Senator McCumber succeeds him to'in Minneapolis, but has declined to ®outh nmuuui *»i ikuw auu re- v/uo mruier iu muriQ Utah, Washington the place. It is seldom that a state, sell. One baker in the east is trying an Wyoming, and appropriated to the pf the size and youth of North Dakota! to place an order for 10,000 barrels of construction of irrigation works for the hag two senators so well placed. Thus' macaroni flour, but as yet without reclamation of arid lands, under the again is seen the value of experience! success. The future of this wheat, provisions of an act entitled "An act tenure In office to the senator. Mr. Carleton thinks, is assured. places come with time of ser-1 vice and certain states and territories to the importance to the prestige of the dispatches (which the Times has here construction of irrigation works for state. I tofore insisted were prepared in Bis the reclamtaion of arid lands," ap-1 marck or sent out by Bismarckers at proved June 17, 1902, shall constitute The fact that Agnes Springer has' Washington) that Senator McCumber. .. a fund to be used exclusively in the experience, and are of vast' Having read in the Washington the Northern Pacific for $5,000 called with Senator Hansbrough on "I am terribly bothered about mak ing my will. Thanks giving day is near." BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 83, 1903. are Cumber becomes chairman of the waiting for an opportunity to pur-! Atchinson & Topeka 65% That the proceeds arising from the committee on pensions, one of the'chase macaroni wheat. The farmers Erie 27% MAJESTIC MALLEABLE IRON AND that whether or not he gets the four votes of Morton county In the next senatorial election will depend on how he uses Mandan in the Indian school matter. President Roosevelt will also be warned in due time, we have no doubt, that the Indorsement of Morton county will depend on the Indian school matter. Now that the Cass county court house has burned Editor Potter of Casselton thinks it is time to divide the county, and have the county seat for the western half at Casselton, to escape the excessive taxes resulting from the high-falutln tastes of the Fargo push. A box of Funke's, Allegrettl's or Gunther's candy will top out that turkey feeling, which feeling is so nice, next Thursday. On sale at the Capital Book Store that is, the candy is, not the turkey. THK MARKETS. Opening, Range and Close of Grain Prices at Minneapolis, Chicago and Duluth. Furnished by Coe Commission Co. 1 First National Bank building, who, have direct wires to Minneapolis, Du luth and Chicago. Chicago. Wheat- December 79*4 May 78*4 Corn December 43% May 41% Oats December 35 May 35% The open season for deer in South I Minneapolis. Dakota is from Dec. 1st to Jan. 1st' Wheat— and the license is $1. Soon the casu- December 78% alties—hunters mistaketl for deer— May 79% will be reported from our sister state, with about the same frequency as* New York 8tocks. they are now reported from various'C. F. 1 28V4 parts of North Dakota. The open Amalgamated Copper 39 deer season has come to be dreaded T. C. 1 28% because there ls no protection from Brooklyn Rapid Transit 39^4 of "buck fever" Manhattan 139H j' Metropolitan 116$ Canadian Pacific 119% 1 Mark A. Carleton, cerealist for the Twin City 9P department, says that the prejudice Pennsylvania 114% among millers against macaroni Boston & Ohio 76 wheat .— is rapidly disappearing. He New York Central 117% St. Paul 138% D. W c. & 30% Missouri Paciuo Wabasha Louisville & Nashville Southern Pacific Great Western 1 Illinois 128% W. Alt American Railway Sold only by ORAMBS & W0LBERT, Norti'east nuaVtJtV Allot North half ani Mtuthwott quarter.... Ka»t »Lr-haU North half and .««mthtt*et quarter. .. All of Southuvit quarter Northwest quarter Northwest quarter Southeast quarter Northwest quarter ^Vst half and southeast quarter South one-half East one-half 4 0 0 35% 103 46% 27% 46% 27% "B" Great Western Wisconsin Central 17. S. Steel U. S. P. O 17 K° Great 74 Reduction Clearance Sale of FURNITURE To make room for our fall stock, wo arc making- sweeping ductions in prices on all our Furniture, Carpets and Draper^-,. Full Size Dressers, $9.80. 3-Piece Chamber Set, $19-00. AND ALL OTHERS IN PROFORTION. We do UNDERTAKING in all its branches, and can furnish a lady assistant when desired. E.G.FIELD, Reduced Prices! Easy Terms! Description T.r....-.--. 7-_. ft Bismarck & Washburn Lumber Co. East Main Street. $22.90 Is the Rate From 8t. Paul and Minneapolis to Salt Lake City Western Agent, or to J. P. Elmer, O. P. A., Chicago. 111. Have you read Orambs 4k Wolbert's advertisement in this paper? Don't get left. "I don't care a bit, I am happy as I shall be roasted in the oven of a Oreat ria jestlc Range." STEEL RANGES. D. re Third and Main Streets Sec. Twp rautfo Acmn ft I'rwv ,v. *1 l*i 28 110 7H IV n& 7»* 100 •M 140 7ft 17 14'' 74 ok 19 110 74 610 21 11 71 4.SC 29 MO 74 35 140 75 IWJ 2! 14 75 rt-tfj 1*9 HI |*wl 6 1*9 s* 1»0 Si t'H 7* 4M) 9 IX* 1'i rrjo 17 72 S-0 lorm.i: One lialf cash, balance S equal anuunl pnymmitM interest six per cent t.r om tlnr chhIi, oulauco flvo equal ainiiuil paymmiU at si* |ior cent- If Bdlil on lattor term* Hv.miH lv» cents per acre will be added to advortiai purchase once. The underfilled offers hit reirai'iuiKiand* in Burleigh. McLean, Kidder. Morton and Stvk counties for nale at the above reduced I Inures. The*e land* are early and dhoice eelech-.n. I arlies Ionian* lor land* in the vicinity may save from three to five dollars per acre hv e*,,n.it^ Mtf aud comparing soil, hicatiou ami prices with what owuera and agents a»k for adjoinim: I adjacent properties. Advertised price* are net to owner. FRANK I. ALLEN. *0 (JO 0) 76 itk) 25 14- 79 ]fkl f» 143 i9 l*n Ui 864 Broad Street, Newark, N. J. Our Pall Stock of LUMBER AND BUILDINB MATERIAL IS COMPLETE. Full Stock Storm Sash Just Received Phone IT A. and Og den, Utah Pocatello, Idaho and Denver, Colorado 8pringa, Pueblo, Grand Junction and Glenwood, Col., via Chicago Great Western Railway. Tickets on sale dally up to Novem ber 30th. Inclusive. Superior Service and Unequalled Equpment. Full in- ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN WANTED—Bright, intelligent boy for errands and office work with op portunity to advance. Call at Trl bune office. FOR SALE—Two Milch cows almia 3 and 7 years old, both fresh In spring, must be sold on account of stable room. Enquire at Post llus pita), Fort Lincoln. LOST—A lady's pocket book be tween Mandan and Washington Ave. nues. Ten dollars reward for Its re turn with contents. Apply "K" Trlb one office. FOR SALE.—S. W. Section 24 137-79. About 15 milee S E. of Hi? marck four miles from Soo railroal S W Section 8-140-63. Improvfsl farm ready for crop next spring. miles N. E. of Jamestown—THKO BASTING, 17 Washington Ave. N. Minneapolis, Minn. WANTED—Faithful person to calt on retail trade and agents for manu facturlng houses having well estab lished business local territory, straight salary S20 paid weekly and expense money advanced previous experience unnecessary position —one year old, polka dot in per manent business successful. Enclose self addresed envelope. Superlnten dent Travelers, 605 Monon Bldg., Chi cago. i^oiT—Pa L' S FOX TEHU1KK "MOSE"—Paul Jewell's Fox Terrier "Mose"—from Brewer's Fargo kennel forehead anu black stub tail, is missing—stolen, strayed or "plzened." Having reared successfully by the bee.-, chicken killing period, and cats being able to lake care of thefnselves, Master Pan! 'feels grieved over the loss of his emn panion. If in "dog heaven," all Is well, but If still on earth It Is hojM-il his affections will not be allenat"! and that his companionship may be re stored for a liberal reward to Jt-well, 323 Third street. Paul Htrayed from my carrol a light blm* cow, weight about 1,100. Any informa tion will be thankfully received. Mrs. P. O. Titus. All this week at Grambs 4b Wolbert. Majestic cooking exhibition. You are invited. Don't get left.