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POUR M£i is §8jx THE CITY OFFICIAL REPORT For twenty-four hours ending, 8 p. m., May 26, 1909. Temperature Maximum 72 minimum 45. Precipitation None. Wind Maximum velocity 14 miles per hour from the north. Prediction Partly cloudy on Thursday. WOODMEN ATTENTION. All members of M. W. A., are re-deceased quested to meet at court house at 1 o'clock today to attend the funeral of the late clerk of the camp, A. W. Cook. ATTENTION MASONS. All members of the Bismarck lodge No. 5, A. P. and A. M., are earnestly requested to attend the funeral ser vices, under Knights of Pythias aus pices, at the Methodist church this city, of our late brother, A. W. Cook, on Thursday, May 27 1909 at 2 p. m.railroads. H. R. BERNDT, W. M. WOODMAN DUES. All M. W. A. dues are now payable to H. T. Murphy at the water com pany's office. FALCONER WITH THE UNION "Billy" Falconer has taken hold with the Union Mercantile company, and is to he found at the company's place of business on Sixth street. C. D. Bdick has not been well for some time and his health is not such as to warrant his continuance in active business. Billy has had teu years previous experience In the mercan tile business and takes hold like an old hand. BISMARCKERS BOUND WEST A good many Bismarckers are mak ing prepaiations to visit the Pacific coast this season, taking advantage of the reduced rates and see the Pa-start cific coast country. Already a good many inquiries have been made at the local depots regardiing iates and ac commodations to the coast. Both the Soo and the Northern Pacific are look ing for a good coast traffic. WILL SERVE DINNER. The Swastika club of St. Mary's church will hold a sale of fancy and domestic articles in the sshool hall June 1. Thev will also serve a din ner on the same date 1 eginning at 5:30. The menu will be announced later. GOES WITH DR. COE. Grand Forks Times: T. W. Rorke Is soon to leave for Portland, Oregon, where he will engage in the duties of private secretary to Dr. Coe. Mr. Rorke, who has been engaged in tha law business in this city, is a gradu ate of the 1908 law class of the uni versity and will leave in a few weeks for his new field of duties, and hisa many friends here wish him all sorts of success in Portland. WINSHIPS ARE HOME. Grand Forks, N. D., May 26.—A message received from Boston an nounced that Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B.John Wlnship had just landed after a stormy passage across the Atlantic. Both are well. They will return to Grand Forks the last of next week. CANNOT 8MOKE ON DUTY. Grand Forks, N. D. May 26—Mayor J. D. Taylor has Issued an order that none of the members of the police de partment should hereafter smoke while on duty. The order created a mild sensation at the city hall. The policemen all smoke and some of them were hopeful that the order was one framed up by some joker. It was shown that the mayor had issued it Headquarters for Screens and so the officers decided to make the 'best of it. BAPTIST SOCIAL. The ladies of the Baptist church will hold a dime social at the home of Mrs. I. W. Healy, Main and Man dan streets, this afternoon. Cordial inyitation to all ladies. Mesdames Healy, Dunham, Smith and Cordry, hostesses. ENTERTAINS CLASS. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Petrie will en tertain the senior class of the high school tonight at their home on Ave. and Third street. KNIGHTS ATTENTION. All Knights of Pythias will assem ble at the Castle hall toda at 12:45 to attend the funeral services of our brother, Knight A. W. Cook. Let there be a full attendance. C. L. VIGNESS, C. C. FLOOD CONDITIONS BAD. Trainmen from the west say that old timers tell them that the condi tions beat anything they have ever known in the way of floods in the vi-returned cinity of Livingston, Mont. The snow in the mountains has not be-val. gun to melt and when it does, look out for all kinds of trouble on thebridges !f TUTTLE TO DAWSON. Col. W. P. Tuttle went to Dawson Tuesday noon and after settling up some personal business will go to northern' Michigan to recuperate be fore icoming home again. CONCERNING JOHNSON CASE Attorney Leslie Simpson of Dickin* son is in the city, being attorney for the defense In the case of the state vs. Ingbret Johnson, which comes from Hettinger county to Burleigh on a change of venue. The case will be tried at this term of court.. States Attorney Stone is in the city from Mott looking afer the state's end of the case. WILL ENTERTAIN. The second year class of the high school will entertain at a picnic at Ward's grove today, the other three high school classes. All hans will from the Presbyterian chapel at 9:30 this morning. EN ROUTE HOME. Attorney J. T. McCulloch came In from Minneapolis last night on his way to Washburn. His daughter, Ruth, accompanied him She has been attending school in Wilmington, Delaware, during thevpast year. MIXED IN TH E DATES. In the mention of the visit of the business men of Chicago to Bismarck made in yesterday's issue of the Trib une, the date was given as May 31, instead of June 1. The date of June 1 was set when the announcement was first made and there has been no change made since that time. FUNERAL OF JOHN SMITH. The funeral of the late John H. smith of Parkin, Morton county, was held from Field's under^ak'ng rooms Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Smith was prosperous farmer living near Man dan and died Monday from a (compli cation of diseases. RETURNED TODAY. Valley City Times-ReSord: Deputy State Auditor Carl Jorgenson and Peterson of the Grand Pacific hotel, are in the city witli their ladles in attendance on the Music Festival. They promised a big crowd from Bis marck next year. The ladies in the party are the Misses Ruth Hagey, Aldyth Ward, Mary Stevens and Alma Sundquist. Tape Lines, Mirrors, Card Cases, Bill Books, Coin Purses—at The Little Book Shop, opp. Soo Hotel. The Golden Rule GROCERIES and NOTIONS Fancy Dairy Butter, per lb 28c Fresh Eggs, per doz. 20c 13 bars either of White Borax, Naptha, Santa Claus or Lenox Soap for 50c Rub No More Soap or «Powder, each 05 Sherbert Caps, per doz, 65, 85 and 95c Water Glasses, per doz, 75, 85c, $1.05 and 1.25 (These are strictly fancy and the clearest crystal glass made.) Oranges, 60 size, our price per doz 45c Fancy Opalescut Vasts, 2 for 25c Best Hams in the market, per lb. 16c Bulk Oat Meal, Gra-\n or So dett Crackers, per lb 10c Toilet Paper, per roll 05c Arm and Hammer brand Soda, per lb. 07c E. McConkey Prop PHONE NO. 20f. Grand PaeHle Hot** Bulltflnf. Gun and Bicycle y§ Repairing Liek»itfc iNKiy Mikir fine. Smith! S SJst* I S I I O PERSONAL —Attorney J. S. Watson of Fargo was a guest in the city Wednesday and was before the supreme court on some legal business. —Attorney W. J. Courtney of Page, was a guest in the city Wednesday and dispatched some legal business before the supreme court. —Dan Stout of McKenzie, was in the city Wednesday on business. —Thos. D. Hughes of the EJquita ble Life Assurance society, is in the city looking after the interests of his company in this section of the state. He will probably go west today. —Judge B. F. Spaling of the su preme court, returned to the Capital City Thursday from Fargo. —Ed. Adams of Taft, and S. A. Peterson of Painted Woods, are in the city doing duty as jurymen. —John Peterson and Carl Jorgenson AT THE OEM The Dahlman Cowboy Quartette closed a very suiccessful engagement at the Gem last night. For the bal ance of the week, starting tonight, the management has secured another sigh class attraction in Mantell's Mysterious Automations. This act has traveled all over all the foreign countries and also has appeared in the biggest cities of the United States. Special scenery and electric al settings transform the stage into a regular miniature theatre, and fig ures of people in various actions are introduced. Mechanical effects fol low in such rapid succession that the audience is fairly bewildered at this laughable and wonderful pantomime. All in all an entertainment away from the ordinary and something that very much pleases young and old alike. The Traviolas, expert hoop rollers and novelty jugglers, have made a big hit wherever they have appeared on the big Western-Coast line. They have an act different from- anything ever seen here before in that line. The picture change contains a high class drama in "Left Out" the "Turk ish Romance," "Love of the Pasha's Son," and a funny subject In "The Treasure." Correspondence •$3^$S$S§«»8$£S^^§3 PHOENIX $§$•§•$$$•$$&$>&<$$$$'$ Farmers are feeling good over the recent rains. The land is wet down as deep as plowed. This will give the crop a fine start. T. P. Wilkinson made a business trip to Goodrich Saturday. T. C. Tees has about ten acres planted to corn. We predict that In a few years there will be lots of corn raised here. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 27, 19 09. Wednesday from Valley Cit« where they attended the Music Festi- —Frank Ingalls, supervisor of and buildings for this divis ion of the N. P., was in the city on Wednesday and was transacting busi ness at the state house. So don't forget to visit the GemCOURT along, for etcmfwyeptaoicmfwypfllais this week and bring the children along, for we know they will enjoy it. Many of us expect to finish putting in our crops with our horses depend ing on grass. Let's all try to put upa more hay next year. GHANDFORKS AfTERTHEDIRT Dairyman Finds That Cleanliness Will Pay As Well As Honesty—Costs Were Made As Light As Possible in Test Case—Other Arrests Will Fol low Unless Ordinance is Observed. Grand Forks, N. D., May 26.—That it is an expensive affair to defy the city health ordinances was shown in the case of S. C. Whalen, dairyman, who was found guilty by a jury of 12 men yesterday In Judge J. D. Church's court of failing to clean up his prem ises. The court fined Whalen a total of $45. Of this amount $37.65 Was costs. The jurv threw off their costs In the case. The evidence against Whalen was conclusive. About the only excuse he icould offer was that, others had violated the ordinances. He pleaded his own case, while F. B. Feetham, city attorney, prosecuted. The jnry made the following recom mendations: "First, that the health officer of this city do take invmefiate steps to have the entire city placed in a sani tary condition, the jurors In their trip todav having observed other premises that need thorough renovation. "Second, that it is expedient that officers who represent the city In cases such as this, requiring domici* lary visits, abstain from such lang uage as wag used whe the defend ant herein was taken under a war rant Nothing Is gained by an offi cer forgetting the dignity of his po sition, and in all civic matters It does not tart him to be courteous and gentlemanly. "We, the Jurors, place ourselves on record, by foregoing our right to any fee or fees herein and recommend that the costs 1e made as light as per missible. '..-•':••«- Strawberry Plants. Senator Duntop Strawberry plants, 75 cents for 100 $6.00 for* I,HW "Strawberry Culture" sent on request Heath Brothers, Fargo, N. D. .-•r-^mm Let A. W. Lucas CO pat new rub ber tires on vonr baty cartage. They do it right at a very reasonable cost Just bring ns the wheel, ., Band Is In Good Shape and Has Putare In Some Lena, Hard Practice Large Crowd Should Be Present. The Bismarck band will make its first public appearance for the spring on the court house square Friday evening at 7:30. The members of the band are extending cordial invitations to all the residents of the icity and all visitors here at the time to come out and attend the concert. There is a very vital reason why there should be a good attendance Friday evening and that is the fact that the Commercial club is consider ing the advisability of securing a reg ular series of concerts to last during the entire summer and the result of the first concert will probably have a good deal to do with the decision reached by the Commercial club. If you want to see the concert made regular feature then be sure and turn out Friday night at the court house square at 8:30 promptly. MEMORIA Special Suit ValuesYouCant Affr taOwrkiafc Buy a Suit now and save from $.3.00 to $5.00 Suits from $5.00 to $15.00 Worth from $8.00 0 Book Shop, opp. Soo Hotel. Try The Tribune Want Columns. Atheneum Theatre Friday Evening, June Grand Shakespeare Festival BY '-v.., Russian Synpbony Orchestra Modest Altscbnler, Conductor, AND Ben Greet Players Direction Ben Greet 100—IN COMPANY—100 Pretention Shakeepeere'e Comedy "A Midsummer Might's Dream 99 with Meodeleeobn'e Untie Prices—Admission 75c, Gal lery 50c, Lower Floor $1.00, $1.50 and $3.00. Seats on sale Tuesday, June 1st, at KnowleS, & Honey's. Mail orders, with retnittonee, may BOW be seat to £. H. L. Ve«peTmafli^|^gf g| to We need the money and are making the sacrifice. You need the Suits and are saving the money. Canvas Gloves 5 Cents a Pair **%ai% ^|ffNMj:)K ("(K BU.UCnT.aRKI BAND CONCERT FOR FRIDAY EVENING HOUSE SQUARE WIL BE THE SCENE OF TH E SPRING EVENT. $22.50 Easter was too cold for a new.hat buy one now. Roswelle at $3.00 Dunlap at $5.00 ^••••••••••••••••••••••••••••aiiiiiiiiiiiiiii R.LBest&Cop FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING Bismarck, North Dakota BUILD HUE FIGHTING GARS N. P. Will Place PIre Cars at Various Division Points Eact of Mandan— Cars Will Be Kept In Yards and Will Prove of Great Value in the Quenching of Small Blazes. Brainerd, Minn., May 26.—The Northern Pacific shops at. this point building six fire cars for use at the various division points east of Mandan, N. D., for fighting fire. The cars consist of an ordinary force pump and the necessary fire hose. The car is kept filled with water and is fitted with connections for connect ing the pump with the boiler of a switch engine thus giving steam pres sure at once. The pumrs have- suffi cient power and capacity to give a pressure of 125 pounds to the square inch. The capacity of the tank is lim ited, hat the railway officials believe FIRST NATIONAL BANK I S A N Establishes In I87» Capital and Surplus $125,000.00 Genera Bankin Busines re Safet it for. Rent AY YOUR BILLS WITH CHECKS, IT IS MORE CONVENIENT. .:,,i,::*,:rM*JV«W'i:\fW I that because of the quickness with which the car can be taken to the scene of the blaze by the switch en gines, that tliey will prove valuable in extinguishing fires in their inclp iency. It is expected that the cars will be completed and sent out some time during the looming month. Notice of Teachers' Examination.' Regular teachers' examination will be held in Bismarck Friday and Sat urday, May"?8 and 29. All persons who expect to teach in Burleigh coun ty through the summer and fall, if not already equipped with the neces sary certificate to do so, should take the examination without fail and se cure a certificate in due season. The work will begin at 8:30 sharp each morning. .. C.L VIGNESS. B. LITTLE, President. F. D. KENPRICK, VicsPreat. J. L. BELL, CsaUer. H. M. WBJSEB. AeeUtentCaebier. U. S E O S I O O A N S A E O N A A N S 4k Co. Supt. of Schools, Try. The Tribune Want Columns. J'HZKYOUR. 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