Newspaper Page Text
.'$:$ li: ?«.',¥'''i' III? If Si FOUR H«lpii6 to Fifth Street popular EASTER POST CARDS O O E S N O E I E S DECORATIONS A N I E S BISMARCK Stationery Co. IIS Fiftn St., Opp. Sao Hotel Helping to mike Fifth Stmt popular TH E WEATHE Government Observations taken at 8 a. m.,Monday, April 5. r- Tempt. «J3 S 7 4 r. STATIONS 3J at State of Weather So* a" S C4 O O »J3 fecS a Bicmarck Chicago DenTer Devils Lake Doloth.*......... 'Helena Kansas City Medicine Hat MiMaCity 20 42 46 58 52 40 3* 88 84 46 44 40 50 52 SO 80 52 40 68 42 54 0 0 clear cloudy snow a 28s 82 22 46 23 22 sffltS^ .70 0 .04 0 0 Pt clondy snow Pt cloady clear clear Pt cloady Pt cloady eloady Ft eloady eloady Pt eloady eloady clear Pt eloady clear eloady 0 0 0 0 80 4* O PoHiaaaVOre..... Salt, fcaka City.... Sioux City WiHietom........~ Winnlper .14 0 4) S 0 0 SO .08 Weather Forecast. For North Dakota—Generally fair Tuesday warmer. For Bismarck and vicinity—Gener ally fair and warmer on Tuesday. Weather Conditions. The pressure is below the normal in all parts of the country from -which reports are received, except on the Pacific coast. The weather is generally clear and the indications are for fair weather Tuesday with higher temperature throughout the state to night. U. S. WEATHER BUREAU. Bismarck, ". D, Official Report. For 24 Hours, Ending at 7. p. m. April 5, 1909. Temperature—Maximum 53 mini mum 20. Precipitation—None. Wind—Maximum velocity 12 miles per hour from the southwest. ORRIS W. R03HRTS. bfftr'al in Charge. LIFE INSURANCE SETTLEMENT. The late J. H. Marshall held a policy in the Royal Arcanium and the proof of death and other (formal papers were prepared and forwarded to the general office of the order by Wm. Moore, the local secretary, ©n Monday. Mr. Marshall is the second member of the local council to die, the other having been the late Frank A. Briggs, governor of the state in 1897 and 1898. The amount of the policies held is $3,000 in each case. Mrs. Marshall is beneficiary under the policy of J. H. Marshall. MORGAN HAS RETURNED. Judge D. E. Morgan is hack at his desk in the chambers of the chief justice in the capitol after an absence on account of Illness. Mrs. Lewis, Judge Morgan's lister, Ig expected to return from Denver in a few days. POPULAR EDITION READY. The first 500 copies of the Popular Edition hat been delivered to the publisher, R. D. Hoskins, by the Tribune job rooms, and they are go ing forward, to subscribers as rapid ly as the/ can be prepared lor ship ment BURMHOH FARMERS SEEDING Burleigh county farmers are in the fields wtth seeders. The soil is In good cotyttfeB for spring work and the weanfe*krlght and fair. The song of the mesdo* fork has a welcome note, and, locally, garden rakes and -nth hfsh fires tell of the advent of spring. Wm. Zahn is a resident of the Can non Ball icountry which is so rich In historical relics and data, and was one of the members of the aforemen tioned expedition as a -private. Mr. Pish has made arrangements to copy the records and will, make it a part of Vol. 3, historical collections. Another of the valuable relics is the register of the old Capital Hotel for the year 1874, and this shows the names of a number of prominent men who were with the expedition. N. H. Winchell was registered there as from MARRIED OFFICERS PROVE THEIR SUPERIORITY AGAIN INTERESTING NOTES FROM ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL REGARD ING FT. LINCOLN. Golf Will Be One of the Big Noises at Post During the Coming Summer —Get Ready for Baseball. Among the Fort Lincoln notes in the Army and Navy Journal are the following: The married officers and bachelors bowled their second match for a keg of beer Tuesday, March 9, and,, again the married officers carried off the prize. A few nights later the mem bers of the garrison were asked to meet at Captain Simon's quarters And the prize was very much in evidence. Major Steadman and Lieutenant Page were absent at Missoula for several days on court martial duty. On the night of their return Lieut, and Mrs. J, D. Elliott entertained Major and Mrs. Steadman and Lieutenant Page at dinner. On Monday night, March 15, Captain and Mrs. Dale, Captain Simons, Captain "Cooke, Lieutenant and Mrs. McGinness, Lieutenant and Mrs. Gregory, Lieutenant and Mrs. J. D. Elliott and Lieutenant Bagby went to Bismarck to see "The Girls From Berlin." It was very «ood and everyone seemed to enjoy it very much. The golf course is nearing comple tion, and every day +hat the weather permits some members of the garrison were "practicing Nearly everyone now has, 6r has ordered gome sticks and the "game wilkhave many enthus iasts this year. If President Taft should ever make Fort Lincoln a vis it we will be able to entertain him at his favorite game. Friday evening, March 12, Lieuten^ ant and Mrs. K. S. Gregory entertain ed Mrs. Steadman and Captain de Funiak at dinner. Lieutenant Bag by left last evening on a month and ten days' leave, to be spent Jn Wash ington, Richmond and New York. Mrs. Wheate- and son, Stanley, have gone to Fort Snelling, .where *Dr. Wheate has been ordered for temporary duty. Captain Simons, Lieutenant and Mrs. McGinness, Lieutenant and Mrs. Gregory and Lieutenant .Cooke, went to Bismarck to see "A Stubborn.J|n derella," the 25th, and speak very* highly of the play. On the same evening the post basketball team de feated the strong team from Dickin son, the final score being 34 to 14. In a former game between these two teams the post team was defeated by a very decisive score, so the soldiers are very much elated over their vic tory, and by a great deal of practice and hard work have- developed a very fast team. They expect to play the Valley City team April 7, and ah ex cellent game is expected, as Valley City has about the strongest team in the state. The enlisted men gave another of their enjoyable dances Monday even ing, March 22. Base ball is claiming a great deal of attention at present all the com panies have ordered outfits and the prospect for several excellent nines are very good. .i HISTORICAL SOCIETY HAS COME INTO THE POSSESSION OF SOME VALUABLE RECORDS WM. ZAHN CONTRIBUTES DETAILED ACCOUNT OF CUSTER'S TRIP INTO THE BLACK HILLS IN 1874—WILL BE INCORPORATED IN VOLUME THREE OF THE HISTORICAL COLLECTION. The state historical association his come into the possession of a rare and valuable piece of property In the diary of Wm. Zahn, who was a mem ber of Custer's expedition into the Black Hills in *874. The diary gives a detailed account of the doings of the detachment and in another book: has been copied a number of incidents that happened on the trip. MAN OF MANY EXPERIENCES. Paul Gilmore is a man of many experiences and much travel. In preparing for the part of the lead ing role In "The Boys of Company B," which .win-he seen at the Opera house Friday night he ran into a new and novel bunch of trouble. Many of the characters of his new play de manded original actors for their por trayal and he searched the country over for those best fitted for their parts. He has also made a study of militarism as seen in different coun tries, the play is said, as a result, to be one of the finest military plays on the American stage. .. Webb Brothers are showing a line of Oxfords for spring that for snap and style cannot be duplicated in Bismarck. '.M£ There are a number of valuable relics and books owned by the resi dents of the Cannon Ball country and arrangements have been made to se cure a number of them. Their con tents will be copied and Incorporated in the records of the society and the original books will be returned to their owners when so desired. In the case of the Zahn collection it has been donated to the state and will occupy a prominent part in the permanent collection. LAST SERVICE HELD IN OLD CHURCH SUNDAY LIST OF PASTORS WHO HAVE SERVED SINCE CHURCH WAS ORGANIZED. Two Members Who Attended First Services Were Present at Last— Accounts Presented for Inspection. Last Sunday evening the old Metho dist church building was used the last time for religious services. The church was filled and the pastor, Rev. Louis Magin, took for his text I Sam uel VII 12, "Hitherto the Lord Hatb Helped Us." The first religious service was held in the building in the fall of 1880. Rev. C. C. McCabe, afterwards bish op, preaiched the first sermon. When the first service was held there were no windows in the building and only boards for seats. The first pastor was Geo. W. Bar riett, who was appointed In 1878. Dur ing his pastorate the lot was pur chased. The church and parsonage were built during Rev. Bull's pastor rate. The church building cost $4,398.69. Rev. Magin showed the congregation the subscription pipers, which con tained the list of contributors. There were almost a thousand names on the list. No subscriptions were for more than $25 and there were four hundred $1 subscriptions. The pastor also presented a paer which contains the list of all the ex penditures and the, first check that was used 4n paying for material for the ol building. The church was dedicated Feb. 19, 1899, during Rev. Andrew's pastorate. Bishop Joyce preached the dedicatory sermon. $925 was subscribed toward paying an old debt and the new Steel ceiling was put in the auditorium. The annual conference was held in the tchurch in the'spring of 1899. Bishop Andrews presided. Mrs. H. Bogue and Mrs. J. P. Dunn, who were at the first services, were present at the last one to be held in the old building. The following is the list of the pastors: Geo. W. Barnett, 1878-1879. James M. Bull, 1879-1882. James C. Rhodes, 1882-1883.. D. K. Pianette, 1883-1884. Peter Clare, 1884-1886. Wm. F. Cook, 1886-1888. J. M. VanEvery 1888-1889. C. F. Bollinger, 1889-1890. Samuel F. Ryan, 1890-1892. S. F. Beer, 1892-1893. P. J. Reeves, 1893-1894. Will Spoor, 1894-1897. Jas. Anderson, 1897-1901. Joseph S. Miller, 1901-1902. J. A. Strachan, 1902-1903. Chas. E. White, 1903-1904. Louis Magin, 1904 LOUIS LARSON PURCHASED THE COUNTY POOR FAIN COUNTY COMMISSIONERS HAVE BUSY TIME FIJIST DAY-OF SESSION. Applications for Free Seed Grain Are Held Up on Account of Mistake1 In Dates of Applying. ...,: The county commissioners met in regular session Mondav morning with all the commissioners present.' Rou tine business was transacted. The board has asked the states attorney for an opinion in regard to seed yrneat purchases. gave an oral opinion and will file a writtenv6pinion today with the board. There are eighty-five* applicants for wheat, all of them from the hailed-out d'strlct near the town of Driscoll. The poor farm was sold at auction and there were a number of bidden present Louis Larson purchased the farm at $14.75 per acre. This Is con sidered a good price for it as property is selling today. v^-v- Baseball goods ami baseball I ajt the Bismarck Stationery Co,'e en Fifth street, BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 6, 1909. Minneapolis. He was at that time, and still is, the state geologist of Minnesota, and at the present is working in the Cannon Ball country. One of the names appearing is "Col." F. D. Grant. Grant is now serving at Chicago with the rank of Brig. General. Col. Wm. Ludlow and Gen. Geo. A. Forsyth, were, registered at the Capital on the same days as the other two gentlemen mentioned. MANNING SCHOOL NO. 2 HAS PURCHASED LIBRARY ENTERTAINMENT NETTED A NICE SUM USED TO BUY NEW BOOKS. Move Has Approval of Superintendent Who Says It Is a Good Thing and Should Be Helped Along. Some time ago the pupils in School No. 2 in Manning township gave an entertainment and the proceeds were a little over $40 and the money has been used to purchase a foundation for the school library. In a (conversation with County Superintendent of Schools Vigness he stated that in his opinion this was one of the best moves that a school could make, as a library is of inesti mable value to the scholars and also the teachers. Other entertainments will be given by the school in the near future and more books will be pur chased. There are a number of other schools in the county that are going to follow the example set by the Manning scholars and it will not be long before every school in the coun ty will have at least the beginning of a good library. INNOVATION IN TAX SALES SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 15 FIRST ATTACHMENT OF PERSON* AL PROPERTY MADE BY McGILLIS. Assorted Lot of Household Goods and Kitchen Utensils Will Be Offered to Highest Bidder. Notice of the first sale of house hold goods ever attached for taxes in this county has been posted on the court house door by Sheriff McGillis and the date of the sale has been set for Thursday, April 15. This is the first time such a method of collecting personal property taxes has been resorted to in this county and the outcome is awaited with in terest. The taxes and costs in this case amount to a little over $28. There are various articles of household fur niture and a number of kitchen uten sils offered in the lot and there is little doubt but there will be spirited bidding. In a conversation with a represen tative of the Tribune the sheriff stated that he. would follow* out the precedent established and all delin quent personal property taxes will be collected in this manner after due notice has been given. Baseball goods and baseball guides at the Bismarck Stationery Co.'s on Fifth street W. E. BREEN —SpringIs Calling around the corner. The weather will soon cease its lion and lamb stunts and the mild, overcoat less days wilf set in fox JLGOjjSe TOU MAY W A DOOTOR, LAWfYlRr MtRCCiANT OR WAOR EARNER and know your business w-»lL WE ARK LUMBERMEN and pride ourselves tilt We know Mr teslaest weQ We have mads a special study of HOME BUILDING and are In posesskm of information that is valua ble toyou jg bsoldJsg name. This toforeiation Is yows far the asUag. Just call at our office and talk it over with us. We win help and advise you oh 4|very point of* eonatrtactfon^ anl nuiterlaJ, about which you may not understand. Do not think that this Hll obligate you to buy your ma terial from us. All we ask ft an opportunity to show yon our material and make you a price on what yen wHl need. If you are not convinced that we are giving you the vest bargate.-.-jam can possibly get—QUALITY and PRICE oonsldered—you are Just ts free to boy your material eh» Instead of waiting until the last moment, why don't yon come in now and see what's what? A week or go's difference means first choice and mere service. —Thi Mest Coipliti Stick of Clothing, Furnishings, Hats and Shoes west of the cities. Follow the crowd and yon will surely land here.' YOU CAN'T MISS IT. igS.^!!ia*!^^ste^ Basket Ball Game and Tuesday, April 6,1909 AT THE ARMORY Co. Q, Valley City, vs. Co. A, Bismarck —Eugene Weigle of Hebron, was transacting business In the city on Monday. —George W. Brown of Jamestown, was among the Capital City visitors Mondav afternoon. —Fred Glitechka and wife, and Mrs. B. D. Wyman came in from the east Sunday night and went to Underwood Monday morning. —W. P. Macomber and wife and daughter, Miss Charlotte, were ar rivals from the north Monday even ing. —John B. Spangler was in from Steele Monday night. —C. C. Hammond was an arrival from Ashley Monday evening. —A..JLh Pennock of Plaza, was an arival Monday night from the north. —Grace B. Schaffer was in the city from Steele Monday afternoon. —H. Ader was up from Napoleon Monday night. —Ben Everson and Minnie person of Washburn, were in the city Monday night. —B. Ohman of Underwood, was down from the north Monday night —Arthur Wilham spent Sunday at home and went down on the Linton branch Monday afternoon. —Deputy Sheriff Barnes left Mon day for a visit to Minneapolis for a week or ten days. —Dr. Robert Tracey returned from Washington, J^ C, Sunday night, where he had been on official busi ness. —Dr. A. J. Payne was in the city Sunday on his way to Rapid City, S. D., where he will be stationed during the summer under the direction of the bureau of animal industry. —Miss L. GUliland of Chambers burg, Pa., arrived in the city Mon day noon to visit her sister, Mrs. Doran, for a few weeks. Cayou & Co. FRESH Strawberries TODAY Two Boxes for 3 5 Gu and Bicycle Repairing a LocksiHb and Key Maker H. C. Smith SIS Main St. BISMMCK Th Golden Rub GROCERIE S I I- NOTION S Egs are higher, price now 2 dot. for 35c 3 pkgs. Egg-o-See. or Corn Flakes for 25c Quarker's Whole Wheat Flour, per pkg. ,. 26c Brass Wash Boards, each 35c Glass Wash Boards, each 41c Heavy Zinc Wash Boards, each.. 25c Heinz Bulk Mince Meat, per lb... 16c Best Jap Rice 3 lbs. 26c. 7 lbs. 50c or 15 lbs for ....... 1.0 0 Sugar Wafers, 10c pkge. 3 for.... 25c (These goods are the same as Nebssco's.) 6 lbs. Best Oatmeal for,... 25c Black Walnuts, per peck 60s A regular 25c Enameled Dipper, only ,.. ...... ,,. 25c only .. 10c Saner Kraut, per quart 10c Two 10c pkgs. Spices, any kind.. 15c Bulk Gloss Starch, per lb. 05c Bulk Macaroni, 2 lbs. for 15c, or 4 lbs. for 25c Salted Peanuts, per lb. ........... 15c 20c Candies, per lb. 15c or 2 lbs. tor 1 26c 40c Candies, per lb. .*.\i. .*.... 26c E. H. MoConkty, Prop FHONI NO. tfisY Grand Faeffto He tMMIafl. —W. B. Hibbs was up from Brittih Sunday. —W. B. Hancock of Fargo, was an arrival in the city Sunday. —R. M. Donnelly and wife of James- _y town were Sunday visitors in Bis marck. —Rose L.'Lewis of Brittin, was an arrival in the city Monday. —W. P. Brannon of Dickinson, wast*' in the city Monday between tialns. —W. O. Hazelton, Edward McHugh,, Miss C. McHugh, Erick„Tborburg, C. B. KolBtad, L. A. Slater, C. G. Ken nelly and H. Williams represented Mandan in Bismarck Sunday. '•'.%y'j,.-...... GOOD BUILDING YEARi Contractors and Lumber Builders Are Gettinp Busy. H, Contractors and lumber dealers re port prospects for a good building season. A number of residences are being planned and, some important business buildings, the largest to be the 76-foot front, two-story brick, by the Merchants State bank, on the corner of Fourth and Main. A Repair in Time Saves Nine WHAT'S the use of putting- off from one day to another, the watch, clock or jewelry repairing you should have done? Have it done now and here,. NOW—Because the worse it gets the harder it is to repair, and the more you'll have to pay. HERE—Because we have none but the most experienced work men who have the latest and most up-to-date machinery and tools to work wiih. We make a specialty of prop erly fitting spectacles and eye glasses, and all work from the examination of your eyes to the, grinding of the lenses is done in our optical department. KnowlesftHaney IIS Faartb St. BISMARCK -*.. & Incorporated 1891 T. C. POWER, Helena, Mont., President. 5| I. P. BAKEB, Vice Prest. f| 0 H. Buss, Oashietl Capital, 30,000,00 Invites the Accounts off Firing ..,,,, ind Individuals y,ji' literetl PiH ei TlMDetttitt V:. '.''- •~f&V>:~r-' f«s?'W *?si."'.Ji'.:i' Issues Drafts Payable la Farts of the World NORTH STAR LUMBER CO. m\ V,: --•#1: & (,• '4r*v $ §r $ t-jrf. Hiaf ftr. W .. Transacts a ''vjlpt •f•-'.&: V:.' '*%,"*''j'•"' 3 v' Sfi.