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.*.'/' mm* IP FOUR THE CITY ,'• v* Per Twenty fewr Hours, Ending a. p. m., July 5, 1909. Temperature Maximum 63 minimum 31. Precipitation Trace. Wind Maximum velocity 18 miles per tour from the north east. PraiiBfcloa Probably show era and warmer Tuesday. QOES TO LINTON. Rev. tfc F. Jones left last evening for Iflnton. to. perform a marriage ceremony there this morning. He in tended to go via the Linton branch but missed the train and made the trip in an auto. BITTEN BY NIAD DOG. The little daughter of Bd. Charier bols was bitten by a dogf which was supposed: to have been mad yeaberday afternoon* The dog waa killed by a police officer and there Is little dan ger that the child. Is seriously injur ed. ENTERTAINED. Mis* Elteahetfc Remington enter tained..at luncheon Monday afternoon for Mteser Hart and Lyon. Covers •were Jaid: lor tea. The decorations ot the table wjere patriotic in their nature. SCANDINAVIAN SERVICE. JL Scsadtoavian, gospel eervice will be held at the Salvation Army hall tonight at -8 p. m. Sermon by Rev. Roabng. HQTEL& WEJJL FILLED. Local hotels have been, well Jffled tar the past two -or three days. With the* guests for the hospital dedica tion, and those attending the Fourth of July celebration the accommo dations of the local hotels were taxed te-the. limit. KETCRNED* FBDM• TiHE. HKOXTB. Insurance Commissioner E. C. Conner retumedi yesterday from the north whom he has been., adjusting some hail losses. en. July 10, when the imrsnto? 1 VB&TBERc IS. HEBE. Do. R.ID. Matches? of Minneapolis Is in the city, with his brother Dr. W- & Watchan, who has been ill for, .several days. Dr. Matchan is im proving and was able to sit up for »time yesterday. LECTURES ON FLYING MACHINE R. M. Metcalf of Driscoll, has in vented a flying machine and the city is billed for a meeting aft Driscoll'^doctors A Man Died Good man, highly respected. paldT his debts, honorable citizen, big funeral, procession a mile long, Ilaid to rest, mourners weep, friends Mkel sad, left much property, heirs expect rich inheritance, call in. at torneys to fix np papers in estate: Where's the abstract? What shape ir property in? What? Had •no abstract? Will to get isome. Atateaet* ^ordered, pnepaff ed, examined, misting link appears in title. Who knows about this? .Nobody? knew, but he's dead. He could have furnished evidence :-to clear it up, hot evidence is bm dea with him. Too bad. Too TatW Xong lttjgatkm, long attorney's 'fees, property -soHFto ipay-eipensesj •a wasted inheritance. All his goodness, ail his honesty, all his honor and respectability, _could not- compensate for his ne rglect to set Ms -Sties in- shape awhile opportunity was at hand. ^Tou'll di& sometime. Don't be Negligent. Don't Jeopardize the in 'iherltance of your ooa*erity, hut, border at once abstracts of TOUT property from. 1 Burititf Cosntji Abstract Co., "We Know How" Blsmirck, N. D. (Continued next weak.) Rebuilt Steam Engines We hear* ihff fofflowitag i»WHt Isteam engines for sale: j-One 22-horse power Bufftflo fitts One 18-horse power Buffalo Pitts. One 2Srhort» flower Northwest One 20-horse power New Giant. One l«-horse power Garr-Scott One 22*0058 fewer «tenr-SootL iTwo 25-horse power Garr-Scott. I One 10-horse power C. Aultman. One 254iorse power Minneapolis '.One 25-horse power Gelser. One 22-horse power Advance. [One 25-horse power Advance. One 2®-hors«#«*wer JSItoy. All enginesamWgtoa ra«it*n» order. If yd* vault a sttam e*s*n* write us €or dB«riptl»w cfMHter ''4idS&&28 More Bros, r«rg« and WlabMon, W. D. show his model and glare a talk on the art of flying. He claims he has the best flying machine on earth— or in the air either. GRAIN LOOKING FINE. Reports from all sections of the Slope are that g-aln is looking fine, and wheat is beginning to head out. The damp and cool weather of the paBt few days has been Just what is needed by the grain, and a good deal of it is believed *o be beyond the danger mark. The straw is long and shades the ground completely, and as there is plenty of moisture in the ground there will be enough for the maturing of the crop. On deep plowed and well cultivated land the grain is high and luxurant, and the effects of good farming are plainly seen in the farming districts. MAZELTON WANTS GAME. A number of the Hazelton boyB were in the city for the Fourth oft, July celebration and witnessed the ball game between Company A and Underwood. They have a pretty good ball team down that way and are anx ious to arrange avgame between Haz leton and Bismarck or Hazelton and Underwood at Bismarck. STEVENS BACK, Hon. N. Stevens has returned from a trip through the east, having been at Washington, D. with W. Boyce of Chicago* who. Is soon to leave tor Africa on a hunting and photographing expedition. Mr. Stev ens accompanied him to Washington .to make arrangements regarding pass ports and other formalities of entry to the African territory, and remain ed in Washington several days. The Boyce expedition will include a com plete* balloon outfit for the taking of photographs and a contract has just been closed with a Chicago balloon ist and photographer for a year's stay. SPECIAL OROER NO. 16. Headquarters, Company A. N. D. N. G, Bismarck. N. D., July 5. 1909. There will be no drill on Tuesday night. Every member of this com -pany Is ordered to appear at the arm iory at 7:30 p. m., Wednesday and Thursday nights, July 7 and 8, 1909. Preparations will be then completed for camp. Don't fail to be present. H. T. MURPHY, F. CUSHING, O&Pt. Comdg. Acting 1st Sergt. HOLIDAY MONDAY. Monday was observed as the legal holiday, the Fourth of July falling *n Sunday. There were the usual .observances in the closing of public offices, -banks anl government offices. Saturday, Sunday and Monday nights there were celehrations with all kinds of explosives, and the nervous individual was glad last night when the last rocket had fizzed and the last cracker had been exploded. The fireworks merchants report about ..the usual sales of fireworks, and the report few Injuries, jtboselit the mature *iff minor GEORGE F. OUR George F. @nr was oorn Septsm^ ber 28, M4f in No*ttmm!berlanfl "cou» ty, Penn. He -died June, 27, at St,*,ments Joseph's Mercy irospital Waverly, la^*development aged 64 years, 9 months. About 1857 he was confirmed in the Dutch Re formed church at Milton, Pa. At the age of 13 he removed with Msi fantfly to Sfnscstine, la. In Abe summer of 1861 he inlisted In Com-flights ,pany of the Uth Iowa Infantry, Crocker's brigade. He-war to the fler^ vice until the end' of ttus war, being witJh Sherman. o« *ke«maMh to the sea and passed in grand review before President Lincoln. On September 28, 1864 Mr. Our and Jennie. Peterson were married at Wil ton Jnnctkm,'.ft, wnere they made their home for fourteen years. Sfat children, were born to them two sons and four daughters. Mr. Our moved with hia family to kfcss county, la. There he was con nected with the Congregational church toeing elected, a deacon in the Bear Grove township church in 1899. In 1993 he changed his residence to Mount Vernon, ill., wtoere he was connected with the Presbyterian church, being tirdained an elder. The stay at Mount Vernon proved to be short one and in the spring of 1906 ihe «tBjrte4 fc new hoaae in North Da kota on the prairie. Mr. Our became .broken in health and the wanter of -WW and' 1909 was one 4# great suf fering. When the weather became warm he came to. Aredate for medi* cal consultation. An operation seem ed necessary and was successfully performed but the disease, diabetes [insipidus, had* made such inroads up ion his strength that he was not able to be out of bed again. He was a devoted husband and father and. those who knew him best lowed htm lor Ms beautiful christian life. He leaves a wife, one son and three daughters, two brothers and five sis ters survirtag-hto. Funeral services were conducted by Rev. Fisher of the Presbyterian church of Green, la., at the home of Mr. Onrfg. daughter. Jtfra. O. L. Min er*, near Areffale, la. fftternieht'was made at TJnios Ridge cemetery, But ler oonnty, la- QUIET FOURTH IN BISMARCK. No Accident* Reported—Ball Attracted! Many. Game BISMARCK DAItY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING JULY 6, 1909. Is Well Impressed With Places He Visited on Trip to Convention Portland, OTO., July 2.—Editor mark, by far the largest attendance Tribune: My first stop after leaving Bismarck was at Miles City, Mont., and luckily so- as to- time, for I had occasion to see the largest consign ment of horses (about 5,000 head), ever shipped out Irons its jards, go ing all the way from Quebec to Cuba, which last place they become cav lry horses in the Cuban army. It was something of a eight to me to see them auctioned off ranging all_the way from a single sale up to groups of perhaps three dozen. ^,«_«_ The Divide. The journey resumed we find the climb over the Rockies exhileratlng. The snow-crowned peaks, visible from the car windows, we are told are many miles away, but the scenery to: our eyes is no more charming than the ozone to our lungs is exhileratlng, "honey of hoarhound" compare to, the aromatic elixer which the pine* and the spruce give off to the nasal! sense through our open windows. Well, at last the Divide is reached and we are a mile np with the stream which has flowed ever toward us, now very soon flowing from us. Spokane. In Spokane most of us ate break fast at the "Davenport," supposed to be one of the most splendid restaur ants in the world, though moderate In price. Spokane Pails are visited and souvenir cards sent to friends, and off we are again for the "Rose City," Portland. Portland is a beautiful city andi City," for on every hand roses in profusion abound. They grow on bushes, trees and running vines, the latter climbing to the tops of houses. Bach day we are adorned with fresh roses as we enter the temple. A unique sight to a BIsmarcker Isj the Immense piles of fuel wood on, the street curbs, awaiting dRe porta ble engine and eaw. Coal is rarely seen here. orPtland is a beautiful city and. the trips to "Council Crest," 1,200! feet up, by trolley, where beautiful houses are being erected hy the score, gave us fine views of three snow capped peaks, among them Mount Hood, about seventy miles distant. I The White Temple. The Baptist hosts here assembled! from all the northern states, find the White Temple their Mecea. Dele gates and visitors approach the 2.0001 AT THE GEM There will be a changl'ot pictures this evening and the feature of the week, and. in fact of' the. entire sea son, will be the film giving the his tory of- the work and occomplish of the Wright brothers In the and '•building of aero planes. This is one of the latest films to be released by one of the largest exchanges, in. the country and were made when the Wright brothers •were conducting their successful at Fort Meyer, near Washing ton, Di C. Both the vaudeville stunts for the first of the week are of a high class •and have been pleasing the large audiences that have been at the Gem for the first part of the week. The illustrated song stunt has been making a hit and will probably be one of the permanent features of the bill for the rest of the summer, at least There will undoubtedly be a contlnn uance of the large crowds for the rest of the week. Save your horse feed and use^ Nets. Buy them of Wolbert Hard ware Co., and get the best value for your money. Prices from' 50 cents, to $2.50 each. While there was no regular adver Used celebration in Bismarck Mam day there was considerable doing to keep those busy who remained in the city. The ball game of courseattract ed the majority in the afternoon,, ijaiere-belmraeverarlmttdred people on t&e,grounds, ttm evening the nw* sic of the Bttle 9 ermm band jttteaet ed flie a»w*s So Fffth street, where flu urogram was carried out a* ad vertised, 'mere was music by the band", foot sail horse wwies and a gen erous amount of powder bunted: Thfe bowery dance attracted hundreds and many nsmained until the wee sma' too of the morning. There were no accidents reported in the city. Most of the merchants handling fire* works report that there has been a eood sale and very little will have MARIE GRANDPRE IN "THE BURG0^1AftTER" AT THE BIJOM rTO- WEATHER DID NOT WITH CBRMONIS EXTENT. mmm in the history of the denomination. Vast as the temple is, overflow even ing meetings have been held in a church across the way from the tem ple. It is a spontaneous crowd and: good speakers are cheered lustily and often. The Dominion sent over a speaker six and a hair feet tall (so a reporter said In his paper), who handled the already wearied throng for an hour from 9:30 p. m., at will, and many were of the opinion he could have continued easily for another hour. He has a burning message from a fairy soul. A morning paper had editorially spoken derogitorily regarding mission work among the home Chinese and the reply to the same by the conven tion management was the appearance on the platform of two small Chinese boys holding American flags which they enthusiastically waved while singing America in their native ton gue. The boy's father, it was an inounioed, is the pastor of the Chinese mission,.right here in the city. Need less to say the effect was electrical. The Northern Baptist convention continues Harry Pratt Judson, presi dent of the Chicago university, as its president, and the next meeting place is Chicago. I At the Seaside. A number of the North Dakota dele gates, (seventeen here from the state) went down the Columbia river and got our first view of the Pacific. Of course we dipped our hands into the surf, and the writer, at least, tastedi —it is saline. Out from the beach is Tillabook light house. To old time Dakotans the verdure "covered hills skirting the banks of the river with towering and stately monument like trees, it was truly a. wonderful sight. At Astoria (named after the old! Astor), 1he salmon fishing industry is carried on in true western style— the big way. The Portlandites believe thoroughly In their own city and readily predict It the coming metropolis of the coast. I have met here Rev. E. M. Lake, a former pastor of the local Baptist church, now of Lawrence, Mass., and Mrs. O. P. M. Jameson, who afcout ai dozen years ago lived in Bismarck. Yours truly* GEO. B. NBWCOMB. INTERFERE TO ANY Hundreds of Visitors in the City— $7,500 Raised for Payment on the Building. The dedicatory services of the Bis marck hospital and Deaconess' home of the North Dakota Conference Evangelical association, drew several hundred people to Bismarck Satur day, Sunday and Monday, although many were detained on account of the Y. Pi K. A. convention at Fargo. The services began -Saturday even ing when Bishop Broyfogel, D., L. li. D., delivered a lecture entitled, "A Trip Around the World." The rain Sunday interfered some with the plans but it was a genuine enthusiastic Evangelical congregation which greeted -the. bishop on Sunday morning. The service began with a sacred concert by the Bismarck. Com- llllllllWWIllHM ij«Miii»Mftl#iiiflliy^ffi mercial club band, after whifch the bishop preached.- In the afternoon the dedication proper took place. It certainty waB an impressive cere mony with the vast crowd thronging the streets and the lawn in front of the new hospital. The Bismarck band headed a procession, composed of the J. B. McPherson Post G. A. R., Co. A., N. D. N. G., and citizens and children in carriages, which drew up in front of the building. The dedication services were pre sided over by Rev. Sukow and the following program was rendered: Music, Evangelical choir scripture reading, Rev. Codor prayer, G-. E. Bohmer dedication, Bishop Broyfo gol greeting from Y. P.'A., Rev Booth, DeSmet, S. D. benediction, Rev. C. Oeder. After the ceremonies a German service *as held at which Rev. C. W. Zoch delivered an ablp sermon. A Bacred concert by the band preceded the evening service. Subscriptions were taken at both the eveing and morning services and the visiting Evangelicals and their friends showed the devotion B"'3 loyalty from which they are noted, the splendid sum of $4,000 being sub scribed. During the days friends of the hospital made other donations to talling $3,500, making a grand total for the day of $7,600. The building is 40x120 feet, three stories and a basement with an an nex 30x35 feet, and is indeed a mag nificent structure, modern and well equipped and will make Bismarck an Evangelical center. The Icy-Hot Is a in a with a vacu um between. The vacuum, as you know, is a non-con ductor of heat and cold and prevents the id you put in the bottle from a temperature. Will liquids hot 24 hours and icy hours. Made of Absolutely sanitary. cold 72 glass. .Easily cleaned. Enclosed in a handsome metal case with stfreiPitaip^ ingcup. Sold by Jiietas and Qptklais Bismarck, No. Dakota Men's Light Weight Under wear, at .25c Poros Knit Combination Suits $1.00 [tf'No- Sleeve Shirts, knee length drawers, each..50c Light ery Weight Fancy browns, Hosi and 35c ..50c blacks 25e. ....... greens, 15c, and Yon will miss it if you do not see our Neckwear. i'mm Special line of Suits at about 65c on the dollar. The Golden GROCERIES and NOT! Qua with every Child's %i| at lifipi^ •X%M. uififi^r-'f S^RPLi ^est & Co., Props. WK^KBffWSS&l^i Kerosene Oil, per gal. Gasoline, 5 gals, for Arm and Hammer brand Soda... Fresh Roasted peanuts, per lb. .. Cidar Vinegar, per gal. .......... Mrs. Stewart's Bluing, per bot... Two 10c pkgs. any kind spices for 3 lbs. best Ginger Snaps Strictly pure Lard, per lb Pearl Barley, per lb Pearl Hominy, 4 lbs. for Jap Rice, 7, lbs. for 7 bars Pin Yon Soap for (There is no better laundry soap made than this.) 3 *akes large size Glycerine Soap 3 Egg-o-See or Corn Flakes ... A regular 35c bot. Vanilla Ext... A regular 25c hot. Lemon Ext... 25c 25c i%Qc 15c,f1 E. H. McConkey, Prop PHONE NO 209. Grand Pacific Hot*1 Bulldlnf. The Festive Potato Bug Is again abroad in the land, seeking What he may devour. Anticipate him by spraying your vines with Paris Green. FINNEY'S DRUG STORE. FREE Sewing Machine Call and See the New Style1 FREE AT Wolbert Hardware Co. MEN'S SHIRTS. We have Wilson Bros.,' nest quality at lowest price $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and.$2.00 Straw Hats, all the popular shapes 50c, $1.00, $1.60 $200, and .$3.00 Dunlaps :.. .95.00 Light, Summer Suits for men and young men $12.50 to .., ....»SK*60 Wash Suits for children either ^Sailor or RuBBian.