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EIGHT BASE BALL NATIONAL LEAGUE. Games Yesterday. Chicago Pittsburg Batteries Brown and Frook and Gibson. Philadelphia R. H. B. 8 8 1 2 2 2 Moran R. H. hi. Brooklyn 2 4 1 Boston Boston 4 Batteries Knetzer, Mclntyre and ergen Curtis and Smith. :, Second Game— Brooklyn 3 1 6 Batteries Dent and Marshall Mattern and Rairdon. R. H. B. New York 6 8 5 1 3 Batteries Wiltse and Wilson Conidon and Dooin. In the above game Umpire Mullin ejected Knabe and Dolas in the fourth inning and as mana/jr Murray did not provide substitutes Mullin award ed the game to New York 9 to 0. The score was 4 to 4 in the fourth. HOME FESTIVAL PLANNED BY THE CATHOLIC CHURCH YOUNG MEN AND LADIES OF THE CHURCH WILL BE AT HEAD OF AFFAIR. Meals Will Be Served to All Home Festival Will Be Given at School Grounds on North Broadway. The Catholic Order of Forresters and the Y. M. C. C. will gige a home festival in St. Mary's hall and the school grounds at Ninth and Broad way on October 11 and 12. The ladies will serve meals for everybody, Pat, Hans, Ivan and Erick included. A stereopticon entertainment, with a lecture and singing, will be a part of the program. The people who have the entertain ment in hand have made every effort to make it a succss and they will no doubt be greeted with a good crowd on each day. Try Tribune Want Columns. You Auto Try Our Shoes W are still in the lead in the mat te of repairing, and we Intend to keep In the running so as to give all our patrons the best of satisfaction in quality, comfort, durability, ele gance and price. We have stylish 6hoes, huilt on the latest lasts, for men, women and children, *a__sized as to fit all feet with ease, on short notice. Carl Juhnke 15 Fifth Street BISMARCK, H. D. GASSMAN AND HER PICKINNIES AT THE BIJOU TONIGHT AND WEDNESDAY. •'«lW«flWS#9•»• WmSamsmf^ DON'T BE A HURRY STAY ANDLOOK AROUND IT WILL PAY TO STAY OVER A COUPLE Or DAYS AND SEE WHAT N. D. CAN DO. If Parties Are Not Successful in Drawing Lucky Number Informa tion Gained May be Useful. While every arrangement has been made that those who come here to register may do so without unnec essary delay and take their depar ture on the next train, will it pay after all to be in a hurry? Let it be understood that in the very na ture of things not one out of every hundred will draw a number that will be tempting enough to cause him to actually file on a piece of land in the reservations being opened up. If he is a genuine and anxious home-seek er he will not come away out to Bis marck to return without investigat ing a little. He will stop long enough to ascertain what kind of a country this is. He will visit the capitol and see the splendid exhibits of the products of this section. -Jle will go to Will's seed store and if he does he will marvel at the speci mens of corn raised in a country that hasn't been heralded generally as a corn country. He will enter our stores and examine the class of goods carried by our merchants and the size of stocks. He will visit the var ious places of interest, make inquir ies and if he does he will have been benefitted far beyond the cost of his trip. He will know what to do in case he is not lucky enough to draw a lucky number. He will know where to obtain cheap lands in a reg ion partially settled up with good schools and good society already es tablished. What a treat after all for the homeseeker's wife and fam ily, if he is so fortunate. Don't be in a hurry. AUTOED OVER. W. A. Mauralt, Bd. Wahl, Chas. An son, Pay Perkins and Frank Ruthwin, all prominent residents of McClusky, arrived in the city via auto route on Monday. They made the trip for the purpose of registering. UNIQUE EXHIBITION. Wall, the Mandan taxidermist and artist, has an unique exhibition at Hoskin's store this week. There are a number of .the native fouwls mount ed in such a manner that they make a fine appearance. There are also a number of genuine Indian manufac tured articles and they all bear the stamp of the Indian handiwork. Prob ably the most interesting part of the exhibits are the oil paintings. .They deal with native subjects, and are done in an artistic manner. One of the pictures is particularly interesting on account of the story connected with it. It seems that a number of years ago Mr. Allen noticed an Indian in Mandan who was badly crippled and upon asking him the cause of his in juries he was told the story of a buf falo hunt in which the Indian took part and how he was thrown (from a stumbling horse and trampled upon by a number of the herd he was hunt ing. The Indian was taken care of by his comrades, who at first thought he had been fatally injured tout who finally succeeded in saving his 'life but at the cost of some terribly twist ed limbs which the old warrior will carry through life. EFFOifwiLL BE (Continued from page 3.) "farms." The raising and selling of poultry and poultry products in. cities and villages, as well as in the rural areas, is believed to have attained enor mous developments since the last Federal Census. A number of the leading poultry organizations have written the di rector of the census, calling atten tion to the subject of a poultry cen sus, and suggesting methods of cur ing the presumedly unavoidable de fects in previous decennial U. S. Census statistics. These large poultry concerns ex press their approval of the plans for taking the statistics of the produc tion for the next census and believe that they will give as complete re turns as could be obtained so far as farmers in the rural districts are con cerned. They especially urge a re vision of the rule of 19000 by which no enumeration was made of poultry not on farms, unless the keeping of the poultry involved one man's time. It is maintained that thxs rule exclud ed from enumeration all but a very small proportion of the poultry kept in towns and villages, the aggregate value and production of which is claimed to be enormous. In an illustration offered to sup port their contention, it is shown that the enumerators in Alaska found on twelve farms, comprising in all 159 acres, 176 fowls on hand Jun 1,1900, and a total income from eggs and poultry in 1899 of |539. As against this it is declared that a poultry keeper, but not a farmer, on a town plat, keeping more fowls and with a greater gross income than from all the polltry kept on farms in Alaska, giving only a few hours a day to the care of the poultry, was not called upon to make returns. How many such there are, is not known, but the poultrymen declare there are certainly many thousands of people, not farmers, and hot pro fessional poultry keepers, producing from $200 to $500 worth of poultry products annually. Try The Tribune Want LOlumm. Try The Tribune Want Columns. FALLS 42 FEET HOT STILL MAY RECOVER New Salem, Oct. 4.—Fred Heine, who has been working on the new elevator of A. F. Dletz & Sons, fell from the top to the bottom of one the bins, a distance, 42 feet. On going to work after dinner he jumped from the top of the crib bing to his scaffold on the inside of the bin, a distance of about four feet, breaking the scaffold which was made of 2x6s the young man fell into an almost sure death trap of 42 feet of open space, with five or six 2x6s following him down to the bottom. He suffered a cracked back bone, a broken ankle, and wasjjOther wise bruised and has been uncon scious nearly up to this time, not knowing anything about him. There are no symptoms of paralysis yet and it looks as if he would pull through, although he will be laid up for a month or six weeks. Fred Heine, a brother, and their father came here from Virginia last June and have been working here since that time. WILBUR WRIGHT (Continued from page 1.)) ed to the uncertainty of the weather. In the face of these conditions Wright called for volunteers -amo*,g the newspaper men assembled to tow his machine to the starting rail while he superintended the laying of the starting way in the direction of the wind. Everything ready, his mechanician gave the propeller a twist which started the motor and amid the clatter of the ma.-.ue's ex haust, which sounded like musketry fire, Wright climbed to his seat in his aeroplane. With the planes tilted sligntly to one side, the man-bird slowly as cended into the air .arising to the height of barely twenty feet, while it swooped in a semi-circle toward the waters edge. Here the presence of many crafts, all hysterically toot ing their whistles, caused him to as cend further into the air before mak ing for lue mouth of the river. An eighth of a mile above Gran., tomb, Wright described an easy and grace ul curve and started on his return journey down the river. The wind conditions which had bothered him on the journey up were now more favorable and it was here that the speed possibilities of the machine were demonstrated. Wnile the ten miles up stream occupied nearly twenty minutes, the return flight was made in little more than 13 minutes or at a rate of 42 miles an hour. SEEK PARDON FOR A HORSE THIEF Devils Lake, N. D., Oct. 4.—Attempt is being made just now to get Hart ley A. M. Schaefer, who was sen tenced to five years in the peniten tiary in the district court here, par doned out. Schaefer was the Benson county man who was charged with stealing horses, and whose trial fur nished the most sensational news ele ments for some time while n. lasted. Mrs. Schaefer is now circulating a END us your aame'en a postal. We will snr.V. a san:,e W w'l mni yoyoua sampl of Kondon's Catarrhal ]chy frc^ At Ail Drogglstsj 2"e ar.d 50c S a it a or S a FRE E BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1909. A ^ETSINGPUWO^ 1 BAKING I CHICAGO petition among the jurymen who re turned the verdict, and among court officials and citizens of the county. She has obtained a majority of the signatures of the jurymen to the pe tition asking for Schaefer's release, and hope to get them all. The circumstances surrounding the case were rather peculiar, and opinion is still divided among in formed people as. to the extent of Schaefer's guilt. It was stated this morning by an official who was in a position to know the facts as they were brought out that Schaefer was the victim of a good deal of persecu tion, and that the case against him was forced to the limits, since it was very important to some of the com plainants that he should be con victed. TRI-STATB WEATHER. Washington, Oct. 4.—Minnesota— Partly cloudy Tpesday and Wednes day, not much change in tempera ture moderate variable winds. North Dakota—Partly cloudy Tues day and Wednesday. South Dakota—Generally air Tues day and Wednesday. Try The Tribune Want Columns. Try Tribune Want Columns. Will YOU Accept Tfeis Instant Relief FREE? —Endugh for several days' treatment —Enough to prove to you conclusively that it is the most marvelous remedy for catarrh, the pleasar.tcst, safes!, most soothing and healing method for the treatment of this foul disease. —Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly is applied directly on the raw surfaces. —Reduces the thickened membranes, stops abnormal discharges, clears the nasal passages for easy, natural breath ing.and pen.i'.ts the air to p.ir.s through the lungs over healthy surfaces. —That is the logical way to cure ca tarrh—Dr. Kondon's way. —You would not apply salt water to a wound—nor spray It with a violent medi- FREE FREE HHWWWOTW»HW"—.»—"***" you find any sub stance in yourbak-, ing injurious to/& health made A from bak ing powder^ in this can there is- Don't you think that if there was the least trace of impurity fat Calumet that our competitors would be the first to jump at thi* offer? Wouldn' this be an ideal way of putting our product Off the market entirely. Does not this and the fact that it complies with all pure food lawk both State and National, prove that Calumet is absolutely W it the purity question settled—then Calumet is undoubtedly die Baking Powder. It contains more leavening power it is more uniform—every can is the same. It assures better results— and it is a in price. .,' Received Highest Award World's PureFood Exposition,Chicago,1907^ CALUMET BAKING POWDER Pure in the Can—Pure in the Baking. CONTINUES TO PAY MONEY Oklahoma City, Oct 4.—Notwith standing restraining order issued by the federal court at Guthrie, bank commissioner Young, under direc tion of Governor C. N. Haskell, con tinued payments to the depositors of the failed Columbia Bank through out the day. Judge Cotteral will come to Oklahoma City tomorrow and hold court to ascertain if the bank commissioner is in contempt. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the estate of Theo philus Thompson, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, John F. Pbllbrick, admin istrator it the estate of Theophilus Thompson, late of the city of Lewis ton, in the county of Androscoggin, and state of Maine, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against' said deceased, to ex hibit them, with the necessary vouch ers, wlthing four months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator at his office in the city of Bismarck, in said Burleigh county. Dated October 4, A. D., 1909. JOHN V. PHILBRICK, Administrator. —The blessed relief that even the free sample will bring you wilt encourage you to continue its use until a complete cure is effe.-red. —You cr:n:,ot afford to neglect nasal catarrh even in its earliest stages. It will not get better of itself. Neglect of cold in the head opens the way for the attack of the catarrh germs. —Over 10.000,000 packages of this won derful remedy have been sold in 15 years. Thousands have testified to its merits in unsolicited letters. Read this: Kondon Mfg. Co., Minneapolis, Minn. atdruggist's or write BS mm Seattle, Wash. Gentlemen:—I have bad a bad cold and catarrh in the head for months. I have Ask Your Physician or Druggist cine which,would burn, itch and irritate the raw places —For the same reason you should stop the use of sprays,' snuffs, douches and atomizers for catarrh. The delicate lining of the nasal passages is raw, in flamed—sore from the action of the ca tarrh germs. —Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly Is soothing, healing, pleasant and cooling. Apply it once and you will have instant relief. Continued use, three tirries a day, will effect a permanent, safe and speedy cure of Catarrh, Catarrhal Deafness, Hay Kever, Asthma, Cold In the Head, Ca tarrh of the Stomach, or any complica tion resulting from chronic nasal catarrh. been to a good doctor and had It treated, but did not get much relief, so I heard of your Catarrhal Jelly and have used It four days, and feel fine in the bead. Please send me a free sample of P&ease. B. O. STEWART. —Remember, that Kondon's Catarrhal Jelly is sold by over 85,000 druggists in the United States—but If yours does not have it, send to us for 25c or 50c tube (stamps or coin), and we will mall at once, postpaid. The 50c site contains three times as much as the 25c size. Every package is sold under our abso lute guarantee of satisfaction or money refunded. Send for free sample today. "i '-'T' $1000 I itforyou he makers of certain Baking Powders have recently been shout ing, "purity, purity, purity!! All other manufacturers have been openly accused of offering an impure product. Calumet, as the largest competitor, has of course come in for its share. But we simply smiled—as our business grew. Fo Calumet has been backed for years by an offer of W 9 for any substance injurious to health found in the baking prepared with it. is offer has never been challenged. ___, :„,„.i.*.,...-«u»««» li. FIELD Furniture and Undertaking LICENSE EMBALMEB I IOO A O N I Main ft Third St., •Ism.rek Oi- No Is the Tk to buy your LUMBER for your fall building. We have ALL that goes with the Lumber Business: Quantity Quality and Right Prices and a a re deal all he me fail to call on S before placing order, North Star Lumber Company W. E. Gleason, Mgr. PIANO TUNING J.M.WARD. Phone 231 Bismarck, N. 0.