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C'S&at 'M •14 •*a S$K: & ^aa MI88IONER HEQOE HAS H18 RESIGNATION BOAR0, WHICH HAS »NT :yfE6HEMf ?-o«S-.x5arr6t8:' s'llinW'l»BisV of the board $f uni iool lands held Satur March 6.—Investigation *^and*:CommfSsi6aer submitted his resignation to ~hich\WqS accepted, and 111 hold a meeting Wed^' fliSSugar, per 100 lbs. $0 Hg •A^t mrX Mr. Hegge's successor .'•£•& is also surmised ,o£ commissioner in department will work several chsJiges^junong the clerical force of ^tlf && «W«e.' *5v^onwHl''succeed1' My.' I^^tefllfJfe'not feonjectured^ 4 •'. ^|||MfttflfedWwUng yesterdajr -the, board:coroner's ,i^- apponinted a committee from among il&lil^te- niembers consisting of Secretary •f of State, BJaidsdall, State Auditor BrightblfI|M| Superintendent Stock Srwel to |^|trre8^utions compliment fff :'lng Mir.rlJegg^e^fbr the. efficient man he -has conducted the ^_ie'office during his incum- Mr./Hegge has held the position of ^e^piltssloner since 1905 and has -^-«tC.^w^tiy:-.jolllcIa|.'. :, '-.': IL,L STUDY MUSIC /hl4yiofre,:'wfcd7^ ,?i pianist at the Gem theater for the £i|f£'past year,Vwill leave today' for: the a. visit there ^^'.wlU leave^.t64ay. .for.-the east, where she.^ig^^spen^^ studying jf|vmtt8H5/': '',Miss Moore '..is already an' •0B a«»mpU«hed musician, both vocal andy4i^^mentai .and..her, numerous .••:^|.friends. In:this:•cfef^'are confident that j^§f-». course*in a consefyitory, wUl-bring: C. met ,,.,_..,o _,..hant whose prices are-.too ||s|jp^irt wjngbeile££that ^vertising -8 •.--^A' or parsnips, per egga^per, :dosvv'^,,,:.V.^,3s^.SI* routed, per lb. :K.10 •'rftfvS*. Chanaber \paUs,Veach.^....v,..: .8© Large fancy China pitchers, each, .35 I (TWbuliyoe.cbeap'a.t-SOcO'^v |Feli Naptha soap, per bar .':...-. .05 .5.5$ SKif^lMe'-r^ler/^ins, each^vi.^.Vy^Jit ^IpPla^e cracker1i:,in bulk, per lbi,*'.^ 15 ||^at|n^:^Qr^~^hani,' .:crackew, per^lht^^:? .•• '-^^i' T|i^.'^|k: good8 :are" Jo^^,'^ MM- •'aiout^e^iialf^what the,pacfcJ'%'% it-one-nair wnat tne a s- a O N a 209. Mffle of Bttlldli*. ^•*-$*^ti^•:r,,. ,.,.,.. SStiimay afternoon, about &i30, Joe •Ganister lost his'life by falling oii^t circular saw which he was operating on Martin Bourgois' place,' six miles north from the city, in the timber along the rivet. :'X Ganteter was attending to the Rawing of, some logs with other help, and in some' way slipped and fell on the saw Before it could be stopped he^.yas ter ribly mangled. The saw cut a gash half way through the man from his foot to the top of his head and dismembered ..:.»,. .•.-/• ,.,..fj,.'...-, .!^' -.::•.??' His remains were brought to"uiet'cjty vto the morgue of Coroner Field, and L. W: Sperry,")Ed Taylor and E,' L. Dreveskracht were summoned- as a jury. After hearing, the^tes timony a verdict of accidental, death was^ret'irned '. •''.'.. :'.. The Origto Of Beethoven's Moon "^f^iMigh Sonata." •«e:i^GJai. Xu~ The young man is a Pennsylvaniari and has been working in this vicinity for some time. The address of his rel atives is Unknown. Km if AiiueM Viiinilli, »iliitt» 1 Plctirw ail llliitritii Soip Alviys Sowtfclu to Plmitli 2—BIG VAUDEVILLE ACTS—2 8unday, Monday, Tuesday and •':v H^. Wadheaday.•'..:: r.~^ •^""'tliE'TBREe-bUNBARS "W Singing, Talking and Dancing. |f' BERT.'I'URN€R 1 V'. :'W Assisted byMlss Doris in Comedy QEMOORAPH Showing Latest of Animated AnytMnjg^ Imitate Comedy. '••.*--'r ,|^«««lijag '-a^^Life'^PartoMr^ 0t$. "fComedy^ .DmmaV^f rtLjMirjR^|w- 1^tt'-iii ^^iBl''.TWli''tte^'aiam' In the* 'll^i^^§§.Moon'- .W-( ^v: ^"f !^V iANI«T, MI*S COOK'': ••'. •pv? Coming Thursday f!|v. THE MU8ICAL FAY«: &£:: Oreen and Roaa. Oaaeral Admlssl»N| Cblldraii:'/:'::-J ao* S 3T«S (tbutwdf PtetamaDdSoDK* Sonday Tneiday and FtttUf. Cb*n«« of Tandevills: ttaodar and Thnndar V- •, :.:. ••..:• •--.• ':,... ." Soaday and Saturday Mathtoe atl.P.jil..'^ ',.'-. .: /-. Evesdog PvrforaissKea, Days, 7 «i|dt^l\ n^MM Sunday Eveobjg, 7:00, StU 9:J0o'clodc r^ -."'' Pnooe«79 lisagBaBEBBBBis^aaaBiis ianacBBa FilliftHCrofri 6rttli6tiHalit marvelcmaly good investment^ tha^ than ^pr^,*a1tttmed"ua e^8^. flh^^ -iits cost the-41rst ye*r, (n .more »nd better product, and it may be depj^de| upon to go on doing so for twenty years, aa there are thte much sannrfn U» of DB LAVAL OYQ "«TR UOU8 TIME GETTING OSTEOP ATHY EX AM I NINO BOAilO BILL A Dr. Qrr ^aundersy the doughty practitioner in•'"' ostedplaithy 'in GrsSiilj Forks, returned to his home Saturday, elated ?bver gettJrfe hi? measure through the legislature'. -.:. ...-. ''Oh, yes, it w^s a} hard fight/' saidj he, "foy a little cuss like me to get anything ^/beldw•'•••'th^ve^ciiijfg'-• clause through ,,both hbusel^: ^ut ever^iinf 6it an essential nature,.^according vto orir viewpoint, ran" tne gawntlet safel^ :It lost considerable* sleep and tpyvesl" is four inches too, big fpf: tiie now, btit Jj I can catch up with the sleep and .scfon wax fat again.''/ The bill makes no.-'„ change in the present law governing this School tf* physicians except increasing: the tim^,' required for study in school .before afc Jowing them to practice^ The do^tp^ spent six weeks in the city, during the session, as- the regulars were opposing^ the bill very vigorously. Bismarckej^ remember the geniaj doctor as the sec-ri\competed -reta^y of Governor Snoirtridge in 1898f and 1894, after which he was deputy postmaster under Postmaster Frank Reid during Grover Cleveland's second term. Dr. and Mrs. Saunders are en joying a nice practice in osteopathy in the city of Grand Forks. TOCONTINUE INVESTIGATION REPRESENTATIVE PLOVHAR OF HOU8E SPECIAL COMMITTEE WILL RETURN TO CONTINUE THE SEARCH FOR MORE* LIGHT. Representative Frank ^Ployhar ^of Yaliey *Qry," who is a member of the special house committee appointed late in the session to investigate the various state offices, and which got no.furthe^ than the secretary of state's'office, says that he will be back Tuesday to resume the investigation. Thursday night a resolution passed' the house continuing the conSmittte for thirty, days after the session, but the resolution failed to provide per.* diem fortin?*members of Uie committee!. ThW ia»lu)reV.tcf:^prwide....pay for the does not^ however^ appear to deter the ?Vjta^i?ply.iBiiftii- :sntd:- the cwitoome 6* hi^ldne ifin(est "will be watched w«th 1n 'tefe^^y^^.r'v'i-.: ••,-•:...•• j#': :-.-\- &&,:.. RepfeseiitatiVe Coilins of Grind Forksi another member'of the com mittee, sajd yesterday that "tie was pot patriotic,, and in view of the lack: of pay he did not care to devote his time to further researches in this direction. Chairman Putnam of 'the committee went home Friday night and could-nc| be interviewed on the subject' X-Xm BUNCH, THE NEWSPAPER W. L. Dudley of the Grand Forlts Herald went home early Sattirday mondng. „"Dud's" fatherly, quiet way wiil be missed in the Tribune office, where he "hung out" in the evnings: ^SdB^v^itiar'df'tti-i-^lt of the earthy "Happy'' Paulson of the Grand Forks Times left Saturday afternoon. He Is all his name indicates and he was a favorite among all wltn whim he liad to deal, Chester^Jones of the J^rgo Forum will remain for a few day to finish up some work he has -on hand. Tom Hall of the FargQ Call will be a. resident Of^ Bismarck, as he is the new secretary of the railroad commission and his family will' move here as soon asAe finds a suitable resldence.: :XlXX^B'WXB:xi^Si ENTERTAINED AT LUNCHEON ,^--Is^ :''-H^mryi'''.Tajley. enterta|flj^ J|| lumsbeon Saturday .afternoon a liun^ ber of ladies in the Grand Padpe parlors In honor'of Mra. W. Wajfd of Richland county, wife of Repre sentative Ward. Speaker Burdiek^ont waa called in and1 mtroducedjtaiK of them and ius a souvenir occasion each lady' carried awsq^at photograph of the gallant speaker^ oif^qrii1 THAN THE TRI Depnty Fmnk sf. onbreatli fayoi .tt«^ T^bun#\witb::-*-%^ven^ crd from, the 'city of Washington v&c which, is a photogr^ emmeht printing.:offte* the in the worid. Frank/went down hanana ibs|»'^o.'v i(i^ lwl^•v tno March and he got there in to iv mmmmm ORNING MARCH 7, 1»W ng fellow in Havana who ee. the posihon ^6f a reporter eU? with a daughter o^ a planter. }^r*^Be^i, ^'-.'li*r. the orthodox way' fof'i his to the marriage. 'vl(:-^ mptuous!'^ said the v^tjieiy es flashing, "You a. poverty journalist, and my daQghtet! out of my presence!" I: urnalist was very angry. 'It forth a heated declaration of Daljy copy Of. daughter is toe good for ripe, I will marry a princess be- fore- 1|dle." And, with bead/erect, be •m irate father iournalist went to Spain. He ems. The poems were read PriEcess Josephine. There was tag. The two fell in love with her. It is said the journalist sincere* in his affection' that he forgot his declaration to iyana planter They were both happy, eloped, /married in Val and were eventually pardoned Isabella, tbe one. time Jour eing received with all the re to his new and high tank. &: h«n LadisarWon Mswks. f^ seventeenth century ladles' jsnska in public, and great was ety of face screens that were ^Ladles who bad "coralline" lip* short 'masks/ as was natural. iSor^Otnere who wished to hide the leilibjr- port of the faee the* mask ,was'' by-^v^r/|p^v.«|-iin'eii,' wUcv^ afterward ^passed under the cbl^and over tW earsi In 1682 a new njsiS'Called the mimi, from the Ital uj*:?mimlc8, was all the., rage and tipfiMptened to usurp the place of the one. It was even the.cause of it quarrels between, the ladles held to the latter and those who the latest novelty. Some later It became the fashion to' trfntitbe upper part df the mask with c£|i||e of lace, to leogtheh It with a j^ipdPf the same material and even, toi jeo^rer it more or less with lace to tl*:, borders of the eyeholes. Tonng ladMs»* this period, however, fre ajMsjH^rcontented themselvee with COv "K U»e face simply with a piece of .crape for coquetry's sake and to ^the fairer. 3Tht Rack, Paes and AmbU. rack is a gait of the horse be-. a trot and a gallop or canter. In tbeffore feet move as in a alow gsJWp while the' bind feet move as In H'cThrot or pace: It is, usually an'arti flclitjgait, but is sometimes hereditary off|si»tBral. There is much confusion of^frjUB in respect to this gait, doe .tb''th«."flsct that the gait Itself la some Wbat varied, according as the racker catrjriM the one or the other fore foot fbrenlbst in the galloping motion of tl* fore feet that many confound the raolfc^idth the? pace,' the words often work^ iiesBW%nded synonymoqaly, ,and that man#shsje mistaken the nae of the words 'fpace" and "amNe." Therf Is abundant evidence that the American pace of today is the amble of Eu ropeans ofJthe last century and earlier. The motion of the hind feet Is tbe same in Ihe trot the pace and the rack. Inv the trot the diagonal hind and fore,feet move nearly simulta neously. In the pace or amble the hind and fore feet of the same aide move nesity simultaneously.—Boston Globe.., MiC fsyloding les BifbMsa/ .The intettfely cold nights bfW»rta, ^fys a f^i|Br, produce a curious phe nomenon.^(Occasionally the silence is broken by!k loud report resembling the boom os,jiiknnbn. The noise is caused by the bBEstlng of an ice bobble on a river. Tlsi streams' coming from tbe hflls are Incased in ice six to nine Inches ttd^k, and as the "water de scends faister than it escapes through the rivetlljif result is a heavy hydro Static pressure. This first causes the Fee upon! «^s river to rise in mounds often six: to eight feet high. For a time theyieem to yield elastically to the presanre, but finally can with stand no more and burst with an ex plosive report. The water rushes out soon reestag, however, and "causing farther explosions. The writer asserts that he Mi seen score? of these lee nfllocks.^thtoefew miles, v'-* Muskrat and Psrlumery. The question is asked us whether the musk, of the common muskrat is aiot useda ^f» 'make cheap perfumery. We bave-ijieVer heard of such use'of muskrat nicfsk, nor can we find any thing definjte on the subject In the hooks. Applicatibn to a large mana l|ctnrer ofjierfumery, however, bring* tbe l»l)rmatlon that some years ago musltfrom the muskrat was tried out for ptftomery purposes, but was vsJIable for this nse. Not a of ts'bclng used now la orcomnMrce codieja ^he mask deer,—Forest to His Taste. (to admiring vislto— that little Harry, has than any of the other s-year-okl Bobby (con* •,*vdMfcLif.. .-w, -n--1 •••'.- '.^' ••••'•••r-'jlv*-,- .-, '^i?.^C*.. TRIBUNE READER*. :%^$Jffi\ Only 5c for Kuhn & Co.*s Tney showed and I wouldn't take it f!:. ^Mi0^ioh^:-and: btkwSy^ho' 'na^ej.*. been reading the Blsmirck Trib-?* 4 une tiiirlng the past sixty days 4 ^-can have the paper continued to their home address—if they/ will' •:|«fly ,aiy 'tii^ word-^at fe--^. ^^uc^^rates.PV jPO^ instattce jbto-fc. ne six months aid ^f the Popular Edition of, !P the session laws—all" the laws* pas»edi ',.:ilti. \-thi/ aesiiion—mt ^s: '^.Ja^a^oji^^wo'' 'w^eks- tifc-jftM.b' Leaye^^ pjr.^ senil 4? word^,^',The? Weekly bhe *ear..'.M»^Zt|te^3es- Pr jak^-pi^iiv^-Ttor. /$2.00^||wiMit 'ai:- K: *. snapl* ,^ .%* -£. '•••..•!&t'*^-*'•••'^ 0$ £& PERSO^Al. -., Mayor CO. Roinansen of Fessenden was one of Saturday's arrivals. •Representative. ScK'ull of Minot^was called to Minneapolis. Friday on Hn portant legal "business^ --i':^ Senator Leslie Simpson' went to Min-r neapolis on No. 4 Saturday afternoon to attend to. some business matters. H£.. L. "D. Gray of Dickinson was an ar rival from the west Saturday. Princess Hatch of Baldwin is a vis itor in the city ^F. Beard pf Dickinson was an ar rival from the-west Saturday morning. Judge S. E. Ellsworth went to James town to spend Sunday at home. ^i Rev H." C.:.Lehner^ left.for -James town Saturday on No.' 4 to occupy the pulpit in the Evangelical church there pyerfj.Suhday _..,'/..' Knowing that your time is. valua 'hie, we pnly wish to enquire whether you will again use our Spell known Wood Preserver and Chicken-Exterm inator, "Avenarlous Carbolineum," this year 'only $100 a gallon. Sold by G..-W. Wolbert Hardware Co. Wej wish to call your* attention to our large assortment of ladies' spring fSults, Waists and Skirts. Our spring line: is more complete than ever shown. ''''.•,•-•$'''' •',•. \i- A. w. LTJCAS a candy pails at J., N. :. -4S5«!a.* USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS, at Wolbert Hardware Co. pUm'tJVmlawm* ALL GOOD MUSLIN. A Boon to Mothers Fresh Wall Eyed Pike Fresh Winnipeg Wtaitefish We alsoJt#ep ~±£$isM First Class Fat Salt Mackerel KKKK Herring and Whitefish I Whole and Brick Cod Fish Balls in Cans Anchovies Imported Sardines .. la every style it-fl Smoked Halibat Finnan Haddie RATHER QUEER Among, th odd things which the legislature did was the passing of a law forbidding the runing of theaters on Sunday, but almost the shrdluo on Sunday, but almoft^in the same breath the bill prohibit the pool halls from being open on Sundays was killed. The "anti-theater* bill was warmly championed, it is'understood, by the church eople, on the ground that. the theater drew too strongly from -the church attendance on Sun day evenings. I has been remarked •by those, familiar with conditions that if evil existed from this cause the pool rooms were equally guilty with the theaters and both should have been suppressed or allowed to run QD Sundays. ', '..... .Harness Oil onlpr 75 cents a gallon of pnee*. Al rnaie miiaiy facioqr I to 12 ytttt af ML WELL MADE. -:.^tK$l|§8 -.-••••"- .. I ••r.i -ja£j ••,*V---r'v'jsi'«tfffiS 's^-v-?.'•'• ^V•:••'iv•'A':* fS!'VSS Hl•• :.•l»•Crw• mm-"*•''•%• '\$fibi? •'•-V: .'.^&s£' A:. •£miv?