OFFICIAL WEATHER REPORT
For Twenty-four Hours Ending
7 p. m., Feb. 3.
Temperature Maximum 54
Wind Maximum velocity 12
miles per hour from the south
Prediction Partly cloudy
and warmer Thursday.
There is probably a bargain adver
tised today, which if you secure,
you would not part with for twice the
The family of A. D. Galusha has
been quarantined for. scarlet fever for
some time but is now released.
Esther, the little girl, had a very light
attack, but is now fully recovered.
A NEW ABSTRACTOR.
Frank B. Simmons has come from
Long Prairie, Minn., to do the ab
stract work for P. B. Byrne. He has
had an extensive experience and he
comes well recommended In this line.
Manager Vesperman of the Attaen
eum, has booked three big musical
comedies that will appear on the local
stage daring March. The companies
are, "Brewster's Milions," "Lolla Prom
Berlin.' and "Stubborn Cinderella."
"The Gingebread Man" Is booked here
for a date In May.
THE BILL AT THE GEM.
There will be another complete
change of program at the Gem thea
tre tonight, including new vaudeville
acts, Illustrated songs and animated
pictures, that cannot help but please
the numerous patrons of that show
NEW HARNESS SHOP
Carl Junhnke has moved his har
ness shop from Sixth street to the
building on Fifth street formerly used
for a cafe, Just south of the Bismarck
tailoring company. He has enlarged
hie stock and will continue to do so
until he has a first class harness
BIRTHDAY CLUB CELEBRATES
•Mrs. J. B. Taylor entertained the
Birthday club at her home on Third
street. The members of this club al
ways enjoy themselves on these oc
casions, and on none more than in
this last meeting.
BAPTIST LADIES AID.
The Baptistt Ladies Aid society will
meet with Mrs. R. A. Petrle, on Ave.
and Third street, this afternoon.
This will be both a business and soc
ial meeting and those interested are
cordially invited to attend.
TO UNDERGO AN OPERATION.
Mrs. Matt Clooten was taken to St.
Alexis hospital Wednesday suffering
from an intenal hemorrhage. She
may be compelled to undergo a surgi
ATTORNEY FOR INVESTIGATING
Attorney Guy Divet of Wahpeton,
has arrived in the city and will act
as special attorney for the joint sen
ate and house committee having in
charge the investigation of the finan
cial affairs of the pententlary under
The deposed president of Venei uela
past and present administrations.
The committee will begin Its work
today and poosecute it as rapidly as
circumstances will admit. It is under
stood that the board of trustees of
the pen will be on hand to (Offer all
the assistance possible.
Lynn Walton was arrested Tuesday
morning for maintaining a nuisance
under the prohibition law. He is con
fined in the county jail and will soon
have his hearing. Walton was tried
for riot at the last term of Kjourt and
was acquitted under the charge by
TREATED FOR RHEUMATISM.
Albner Veitch, who has recently
been appointed a member of the state
live stock sanitary board, has been
In Madrid, St. Lawrence county, New
York, to receive treatment for rheu
matism. He received relief and con
siders himself cured.
Another wrestling match will oc
cur at the Gem theatre next Mi.
day night, when Roberts of Fort Lin
coln, will go against Hall, who re
cently appeared in a go with Carl
Brown. The, match will be catch- as
catch-can, best three out of five. Both
are good men and the match should
prove an interesting one.
FORMED A MOTHERS' CLUB.
Tuesday afternoon a number of the
younger mothers of the city organiz
ed a Mothers' iclub. They will meet
every week and take up the discus
sion of books and topics of practical
worth. The folowing officers were
elected: Mrs. A. Miller, president
Mrs. G. B. Newcomb, vice president
Mrs. H. C. Fish, secretary Mrs. W.
P. Loomas, treasurer.
A BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Emil Kaiser Tuesday celebrated
the anniversary of his birth at the
home of his parents on Main street.
iHe called in a number of his boy
and girl friends to help in the inter
esting ceremonies. The young people
played games and had such a good
time as only young folks can enjoy.
Tse Salvation Army held a very
interesting meeting at the state pris
on Tuesday evening, when about fif
teen of the prisoners indicated a de
sire to become christians. The duet,
"God Is Wisdom God is Love," ren
dered by two of the men there was
very beautiful, and must have touched
the hardest hearts. Wednesday even
ings the army holds special meetings
at Fort Lincoln.
NEW SHOW TONIGHT.
Tonight at the Bijou theater the
Bennington stocx company will ap
pear in a black face comedy sketch
that is reputed to be one of the best
numbers in their repertoire. The
sketch will be well mixed with good
singing and 'iiancing specialties, illus
trated songs and life motion pictures.
This program will continue for the
balance of. the week, and there will
be two performances nightly.
Letters are being received from the
far east telling of the hardships en
dured by the benighted citizens who
have to live there, expressing sym
pathy for the peopleof North Dakota
and especially for friends on the Mis
souri Slope on account of the terrific
storms we have been supposed to.
be buried under./ These people of the
east little reck that Bismarck has
been enjoying the most salubrious
weather to. be found in -the United
States during the winter season, and
.....i i.i.i 'i'l v.'
O PLEASANT VIEW.
Mr. and Mrs. Blexrud spent Sun
day at the Julius Olson home.
Children that lire over three miles
from school, as several do in Pleas
ant View, have a cold time getting
a little education, coming home in
blizzards nearly frozen.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 4, 1909,
JAMES F. BURKE.
Possible succesor to Mr. Knox in the United States senate.
the complaints which come loud and
strong from the rocky shores of Maine
and from the everglades Florida and
from the burning sands of Kansas
find no echo here. Even returning
legislators from other parts of the
state declaim on the balmy air of the
Slope and it is a good thing that
many new houses will be built here
next spring, for present indications
are that half the membership of the
assembly will want to make their
future residence here. No, we need
no sympathy from eastern people—
but we extend ours to them.
.There was a dance at Michaelson's
Friday night, it being Mr. Michael
son's birthday. A very pleasant time
was reported and a big crowd, al
though the night was quite stormy.
There was a dance at L. Skells on
Saturday night, Jan. 30.
Miss Kate Grambling is staying at
Jess Ashlock's in Wilton, her school
being out on the 30th of December.
The coyotes are getting quite bold
in people's yards. A lady in tills yicin
ity shot at one and hit it, but did not
kill it, one day this week-
Chas. Wilmot is circulating a petition
for the opening of a new road to getpgiQ TRIBUNE WANT
across the alkiline lakes on, sections'
22 and 23. Some more work should be
done along these lines.
Fred Bolter has lumber on the
grounds for anew sheep shed which he
intends to erect immediately.
The mild weather of last week has
made it hard to travel without shoes
on horses. A few more days like that
will commpel us to get out our wagons,
Now*is the time for the farmers to
select thoir seed and do all the farm
ing so as to help Mother Earth give
us a good crop next year.
Emmer Murchant has returned' from
McClusky where he was spending .a
•few days to break the monotony-'* of
baching it on his claim now known as'
"The Dew Drop."
Henry Kramer and family from hear
John's lake spent Sunday afternoon at
N. M. Christenson's.
Mike Dohorty has had a well dug on
his place. lenty of water. The worjc
was done by the wellmen, Paysano and
Mr. E. Harvey and son CJyde
spent a day at McClusky last week/
Paul Stifka spent Saturday and Sun
day on his homestead in Keeler's pas
ture. He is otherwise taking an educa
tional course at one of our rural schools.
Steve Backar has decided to use his
leisure days at learning English gram
Peter Detlef has spent a week visit*
ing at Henry Kramer's on his way
back. He stopped to visit at the Beau
ty View farm,
Milo Wood is spending the winter
visiting relatives and old friends in
Does the fire whistle frighten you?
Do you tremble with fear until yor
find that it* is not your property thai
is burning or likely to catch fire? Or
can you say to yourself, "O, well, my
property is Insured in one of Miller
& Lahr's Old Reliable companies, I
am protected." Think It over. If you
are not protected, See Miller & Lah:
or call them by phone, No. 490. W€
write for the best English and Amert
can Old Line companies.
BINDING OF BILL8.
For the convenience of the mem
bers the pages are busy just now in
having the senate and house bills
bound in convenient form for handling
—Nos. 1 to 100, inclusive, constitut
ing the first volume. Files given to
the pages one day can be bound and
returned for the session of the next
Valentines, Valentine Novelties n».ti
Valentine Post Cards at the Bismarck
Stationery Cc'a on Fifth street, Op.
The New Book of
A fine book might be written upon
fhe psychology of royalty, containing
all the human documents that hav*
come down to us from the rulers of the
past. Such a book would make us
think more kindly of these rulers—
•ren of that long list of the kings of
Israel of whom we are told nothing
except that they did evil in the sight
it the Lord.
Valentines, Valentine Novelties and
Valentine Post Cards at the Bismarck
Stationery Co.'s on Fifth street, Op.
G. H. Buss,'JR., Cashier.
Invites the Accounts of Firms
General BMkisg Business
Issues Drafts Payable in AH
Parts of the World
Stock Always on Hand
©NE HUNK ©R A eARL©AD
Sunny San Luis Vail
Bank of Commerce Bldf.
FreeTripto Examine Land
We have divided a 54,000-Acre Tract into
Truck Farms containing ..
10 TO 1,000 ACRES
Per a at 2 0 0 Each
$10 Cash anUM0 Per Month
No I re No Taxes
We want a reliable and energetic man in every town
to form clubs of 15 prospective purchasers. We will
fnraish round trip railroad tickets FREE to one member
of each clnb to inspect land. We pay liberal commission.
Full particulars hpon request.
The secret formula for making the
paper for the Bank of England notes
owned by a family to whom it has
brought an enormous fortune in two
All the latest fiction at the Little
Book Shop, Op. Soo Hotel.
orth Star Lumbe Qo.
Reference- Any Bank or Banker in St. Louis, Kansas
City or Denver.
San Luis Valley Land and
Special Bargains for Ladies
These are bargains and first class articles
in ENAMELED WARE:
7 qt. Dish Pans
No. 8 Tea Kettles
6 qt. Berlin Kettles
II qt. Water Pails
8 qt Preserving Kettles
3 qt. Coffee Pots
No. 50 Duchess Kettles
3 qt. Tea Pots
No. 26 Lipped Sauce Pans
25c Value Wash Basin for only 10c
Sold only by
KANSAS CITY, M0.
Mend Your Ways
if yon have been In the habit of looking
untidy or hating your clothing bag at the
knee* or IOM their abase by bringing them
to BUmarck Dry Cleaning and Ore Work*
and baring tkem refurbished, cleaned and
presaed and made to look \ike new. Now
ia the time to bare your winter overcoat
or rait pat in condition for the reat of tbe
winter at the
Bismarck Dry Cleaning
and Dye Works
•hone a 7
Oar Office, Braea't Ctotkhaj tore, berth Street
Although the average annual dam
age by floods in the United States
has never been accurately determined
a recent government estimate placed
the figures at $100,000,000.
How many "new interests" In life
have you found lately? Afadvertis
ers are finding them all the time.
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