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THE CITY
OFFICIAL REPORT
For twenty-four hours ending,
8 p. m., May 27, 1909.
Temperature Maximum 74
minimum 40.
Precipitation None.
•. Wind Maximum velocity 14
miles per hour from the south.
Prediction Partly cloudy and
warmer Friday.
HIGHLY HONORED.
On inquiring the Tribune finds that
Lewrence Fenninger of Philadelphia,
salutatorian of the graduating class of
Princeton college, is a nephew of I.
Fenninger of this city.
WARNING.
Any merchant or banker cashing
court certificates upon presentation
by any one owning personal property
taxes, will take chances in getting
their money from the couuty Any
transfer, sale or assignment thereof
shall not defeat the right of the coun
ty to make such icredit or ofset, sec
tion 3167 revised codes of N. D., 1905.
C. R. KOSITZKY,
County Treasurer.
CO. A. DANCE.
What will probably be the last dance
of the season given bv the members of
Co. A, N. D. N. G., will be held at the
armory this evening. As usual there
will be a large attendance and extra
pains will be taken to make this one
of the most successful affairs of the
Beason. Invitations have been issued.
TO GREET CHICAGOANS.
The members of the Commercial
club wish to have all owners of auto
mobiles and carriages that can possi
bly, do so have their rigs at the N. P.
depot on Tuesday at 2 o'clock, as it
is desired to give the Chicago bus!
ness men who will be here for a cou
pie of hours on that date, a good view
of the city, and as there will be about
sixty in the party it will be necessary
to have a large number of rigs to con
vey them about the city. j,
SUNDAY EVENING ILLUSTRATE
LECTURE.
Sunday evening at the Presbyterian
church there will, be an, illustrated
lecture on the illustrous reformer,
John Calvin. The lecture will -be in
troduced by scenes on Lake Geneva,
the environment of Calvin. Special
interest attaches to the lecture as
this year Is the 400th anniversary of
Calvin's birth. Everyone welcome.
BAPTIST CHRISTIAN ENDEAVORS
The time of the year is fact ap
proaching when the American nation
remembers with tenderness its 'uidn
ored Dead," and on Sunday, May' 30,
will occur the annual commemoration
of the brave men of the North and
South who so valiantly laid down their,
lives in the struggle to the end that
all men being created equal should be
recognized as such. Lincoln's address
at Gettysburg has done much to» pre
serve in American thought the farat
that a vast number of men laid down
their lives in order than any nation,
conceived and dedicated as was this.
nation, could longer endure. We all"
M. A. EDBERG
Contractor and Builder
If you are going to build, give
me a chance to figure on your build
ing. I will give you as good work
as any, and attend to it. I d$ all
kinds of Jobbing promptly. IJ can
be seen at the Soo hotel every'day
etween 12 and o'clock, anL *at
home evenings after 7 o'clock. 801
Seventh street.
Headquarters
for Screens
You should not go through
tbc
JOSSOU
without putting
•oreras on every window and
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and at all
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know the result of that fearful strug
gle when thousands of men crossed
the Great Divide at their country's
call, and surely it is incumbent upon
us who now remain, to honor those
brave men and to enshrine their mem
ory in our nation's history.
The time is coming when we shall
no longer gaze upon the faces of the
war and time scarred veterans, the
time is coning when the last volley
shall be fired by the graveside of the
last veteran, and then, and perhaps
not until then, shall we fully realize
what a debt we owe to those men
who have passed into the Great Be
yond.
We have deemed it advisable, under
the auspices of the Young People's
society of the First Baptist church is
hold a Memorial meeting at the First
Baptist ichurch on Sunday evening,
May 30, and a special program will be
prepared. Every member of the above
society if the First Baptist church is
expected to be In attendance, and
will wear a white rosette.
The program will be announced at
a later date.
ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED.
Mrs. Angus McDonald entertained
for her sister, Miss Bessie Ryan on
Wednesday evening at her home on
Third street, some twenty-four young
ladies. The game was Hearts, and
Miss Little won the prize. The deco
rations of the room were hearts and
flowers. Refreshments were served
by the hostess. In the course of the
evening the announcement of the en
gagement and approaching marriage
of Miss Ryan to P. W. Breen of Los
Angeles, Cal., was announced and the
prospective bride received the con
gratulations of her friends present.
SWANSON WELL PLEASED.
Peter Swanson, formerly of Crom
well townsMp, where he farmed for
14 years, is in the city. Two years
ago he went to Oregon and bought a
sheep ranch west of Corvallis, after
examining a good deal of territory.
He is delighted with his new location
and has been offered twice what 'he
paid for it since he has been in pos
session. He still owns three quarters
in Burleigh county and is back looking
after some personal matters. He leaves
today for Oregon.
WHAT THEY SAY
Secretary: There will be a meeting
of the Capital City Homesteaders
Lodge, No. 300, tonight at K. P. hall.
Refreshments will be served after the
meeting.
PERSONAL.
—W. C. Gilbreath, commissioner of
agriculture, left Thursday for Omaha,
where he has been called into con
sultation with the officers of the Na
tional Com association. From there
he vwJU go to Chicago to look after
some map printing.
•^A. B. Anderson and wife of Wash
burn were In the city Thursday visit
ing with friends and transacting some
business.
SOUVEIIRS-lS^t^S
'Tape Lines, Mirrors, Card Cases,
Bill Books, Coin Purses—at The
Little Book Shop, opp. Soo Hotel.
Trv The Tribune Want Columns.
Atheneum Theatre
Friday Evening, June 4
Grand
Shakespeare
Festival
BY
Russian Symphony Orchestra
Modest Altschuler, Conductor,
AND
Ben Greet Players
Direction Ben Greet.
100 IN COMPANY—
$
100
Prelecting Shakespeare's Comedy
A Midsummer
Night's Dreamt
with Mendelssohn's Musllr? /',
Priceg—Admission 75c, Gal
lery 50c, Lower Floor $100,
$1.50 and $2.00. Seats on sale
Tuesday, June 1st, at Knowles
&rHaney's. Mail orders, witk
remittonee, may now be sent to
12.'H. L. Vesperman.
Gun and Bicycle
Repairing
lecksirth ml Key Maker
SfliClSmithfi
St. ..'• •ISMAROK
$ 9 S
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 28, 1909.
In the supreme court, state of North
Dakota, March, 1909, term. State
of North Dakota,. respondent, v.
Charley Bednar, appellant.
1. Following the rule announced
in State vs. Ely, 16 N. D. 5«9, Held:
That Hon. A. G. Burr, who presided
as judge at the trial of the issues in
a criminal action against appellant,
was, at the date of such trial, a de
facto judge of the district court in
and for Pierce county, and as such,
his acts are not subject to attack by
a private suitor.
2. An information wh!6h is en
titled in the name of the. State of
North Dakota and ty which- the part
ies are designated as "State of North
Dakota, plaintiff, vs. Charlley Bed
nar, defendant," sufficiently conforms
to Section 97 of the state constitu
tion, which requires that "all prose
cutions shall be carried on in the
name and by the authority of the
state of North Dakota," especially
where, as in the case at bar, such in
formation recites that the "state's
attorney in and for Pierce county, in
the state of North Dakota, an infor
mant, here in open court, in the name
WILLADVERTISEEVERY
COUNTYJNTHE STATE
GILBREATH HAS SCHEME THAT
WILL PROVE VALUABLE AD
VERTISEMENT.
Commercial Clubs of Various Cities
Will Be Invited to Co-operate With
Department of Agriculture.
The department of agriculture and
labor, is making arangemeots to get
in touch with the commer$al club3
of., the various., towns' andjjcp-operate
wl$h thern- in getting out Some adver
tising for the. different. couhties in
the state.
The proposition is such a. good one
•hat there is no doubt about'its being
accepted by every county in the state
and the completed book •will prob
ably be one of the most valuable ad
vertising mediums that has ever been
turned out in the state. .-.
Following is a letter thaet Is being
sent out to the various counties and
commercial clubs:
In the Supreme Court
Filed May 27.
May 127th, 1909.
Secretary, Commercial Club.
Dear Sir: I have many inquiries
respecting, your county, from persons
residing in other states.' Jn order that
I may intelligently and accurately an
swer these- questions, I inak& you the
following proposition If you will
prepare a brief sketch' of 3wur coun
ty, something after the vorderof the
enclosed, but with more statistical
matter and about the, same, length
and send the same to me, I will have
printed 5,000 copies of the same and
send you 4,000 for your use and keep
the other 1,000 for distribution from
this department
My objeet In having your article
printed here is to have uniformity
in r»tyleA,»t^o,mppsi^on an^Jsep the
type standing so that when all the
counties hate reported I can at once
commence the publication of the book
and thus save the cost of composition
and delay. It is my intention to issue
10,000 icopies of the book containing
a sketch of all the counties printed
for general circulation.
I also wish that you would send
me as soon as you can procure them,
not less than four photographs of
your very best farm views. These I
wish to use in connection'with the
write-up of your county.
I am sending you a copy bl my last
biennial report from which you can
gather statistics of your county.
Please advise me if you will com
ply with the foregoing request at
your earliest convenience.
Yours truly, ..v.
W. C. GILBREAfH,
Commissioner.
MANY ATTEND COOK FUNERAL.
Services Held Thursday Afternoon
the M. E. Church.
The funeral of the late A.: W.yCook
took place at the Methodist church
Thursday afternoon. The church was
well filled with the personal friends of
the deceased and the members of the
various orders of which lie was a
member. The gifts of flowers were
many and beautiful and testified in
some measure {0 the esteem i:
tHe_leceased was. held.
.The ritual ^ervioe of the Ki
Pythias wa» med .'-y.d the RevJ
briefly t8$Ke*pn the loyalty
l$?J!*^#M&mr, ii the vari
latidns of'tnesifiete, church
family. The chorus sang ,.._,
priate hynlnfl. After the services "the
remains were borne to St. Mary's
cemetery, followed by a long .line of
-carriage*.
There was a large attendance of M,
5F-" A., 0f which lodge deceased was
camp clerk.
.The (pall bearers were A. P. lienhart,
Carl? Kosltzky, M. O'Hagen, Jllbert
Hougen, 8. Johnson, A. P. Marquett.
KIDS RAN AWAY.
Alert: Chief of Police Grant, of
Fargo, came in today to get two kids
Joseph Hardis of Bismarck and Phil
Finan of Dickinson, aged respective-1
ly 13 and 14 years. The boys ran,
away from school at the St. John's
Orphanage jta Fargo, Sunday. They
walked part of the way and' las* night
arrived on No. 7, getting on the train
at Eckleson. They were held by the'
police. At Wheatland they attack a
young friend Vao took them for
the night, out of the wef. The kids
were- not pleased at being returned
to their school.
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and by the authority of the state,
gives this court to understand and
be informed." State vs. Kerr, 3 N.
D. 523, followed.
3. Appellant was charged with the
crime of shooting another with a fire
arm with intent to kill and the jury
found him guilty of assault with a
dangerous weapon by shooting at the
complaining witness with a firearm
with intent to injure him. Held,
That the crime of which he was
charged is included within that
charged in the information.
(Syllabus by the Court.)
Appeal from district court, Pierce
county, Burr, J.
From a judgment of conviction of
the crime of assault with a danger
bus weapon, defendant appeals.
Affirmed.
A. M. Christianson and L. N. Tor
son for appellant.
Andrew Miller, attorney general,
Alfred Zugar, assistant, and B. L.
Shuman, state's attorney, for respon
dent.
Opinion of the court by Flsk, J.
All concur, except Morgan, C. J.,
not participating.
INSPECTION OF FORT
LINCOLN SCHEDULED
COLS.
SAWYER AND ROCKWELL
ARMY DEPARTMENT IN
THE CITY.
OF
Are at End of Annual Trip Through
the Northwest—Col. Rockwell Sta
tioned at Fort Abraham Lincoln.
Cols. Sawyer and Rockwell of army
headquarters, St: Paul, arrived in the
city Thursday afternoon and are at
Fort Lincoln for the^dajf. The gen
telmen have been on'en annual trip
of inspection of the forts of the north
west and this is the last one on the
list before the-return0to St. J»aul.
The inspection of the local fort will
be made today.
Col. Rockwell will be the guest of Mr
and Mrs. M. H. Jewell over Sunday.
Col. Rockwell will he remembered by
old residents well, as he was at* one
time chief ordnance officer at the'Old
Fort Abraham Lincoln.
PKOSPECTS FOB DEVELOPMENT.
Jamestown Alert: Prospects are
flattering for the development of the
country west of the Missouri that has
so long.lain idle. In addition to the
building of branch lines or railroads,
a party of irrigation surveyors are In
the field for a Season of surveying in
the country tributary to the Cannon
Ball, Heart and Little Missouri rivers.
The surveying is done by a co-opera
tion of the reclamation service of the
government and the engineer's office
at Bismarck. The surveyors will
s'aow the amount of land which can
be irrigated successfully along each
stream as well as probable reservoir.
sites.
Let A W. Lucas jSo, put new rub
ber tires on vour baby cartage. They
do it right at a very reasonable cost.
Just bring us the wheel.
Bu a
Suitnow
$.3.00
Suits from
Worth from
the sacrifice:
NECESSITY OF NIGHT
POLICEDEMONSTRATED
BOYS HELD HIGH CARNIVAL AT
CORNEAL OFVAVENU/i AND
SIXTR
Ladles in Carriage Grossly
By Party of Rowdy Boyii—Police
Will Take Action.
Insulted
The necessity of another man on
the police force nights was demon
strated last night when, a call came
to the city hall for a policeman to go
to the vicinity of the corner of Ave
nue and Sixth street to deal with
a party of rowdies whq had grossly
insulted a party of ladies who hap
pened to be passing in a carriage.
The fajcts in the case seem to be
that the ladles were out for an even
ing's drive and when they reached
the location stated abo^e they were
set upon by a party of young iboys
and pelted with a shower of,eggs.
A call was put in, for a policeman
and it is probable that he went to the
scene of the trouble, but it is also
probable that the boys had made a
getaway before the policeman reached
that point.
It might also be added that at the
time the policeman was on the hunt
for the boys that the business part
of the city was entirely without police
protection..
MEMORIA DAY•?n:tSStf
Book Shop, opp. Soo Hotel.
Try T' Tribune Want Columns.
Bijou Theatre,
ial Suit
Can't Afford to Overlook
to $5.00
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the money.
need the Suit! ari ajfca
Better Than the' Best
Including the Original
BLACKPATTI
JURY DISMISSED I N I
THE BARTHAU CAS
Averv Case Has Gone to Jury-—Cas
of Water Works vs. Bismarck Laur
dry Will Be Started Today.
The district court opened Thursda
morning at the usual hour and th
case of the state vs. Avery was coi
tinued and given to the jury, befor
2 o'clock. At that time the court sx
journed to give the officials' anoj
portunity to attend the funeral of 1
W. Cook. «•,:
Oh reopening the court later, th
jury in the case of the state vs. Bai
th'au was still unable to agree an
they were discharged. It is reporte
that the jury stood 7 to 5 for coi
viction. *"'V
The court announced that Judg
Crawford would be called in Friday
try the case of the Bismarck vVate
company vs. the Bismarck Steal
Laundry, for an unpaid water bill, a
an affidavit of prejudice had been file
by the defendant. The case'will
tried today. Newton anl Dullam ai
pear for the Water comany and F. I
Register for the defendant.
Rubber tires applied to baby ca%
rlage wheels will' make your carrlagr
new. Send the wheels, to At W. Li
cas Co. Prices right
Cabbage, tomato, celery -and othe
plants, large and fine, roses and bee
ding plants at lowest prices
Faunces, Fourth street.
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ATTACH E8 TO ATTEND COpK
FUNERAL.
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