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ABSTACT OF TITLES Bonded Official Abstracter of Titles for Burleigh County In connection with the regu lar Abstract business, this of fice issues twice a week, BYRNE'S ABSTRACT REPORTS, containing, in concise form, the current real estate transfers, chattel and real estate mort gages and 'bills of sale. This report is an indispensa ble aid to the busy business man. THE CITY Weather Bulletin Furnished by Authority of the Secre tary of Agriculture, Bismarck, N. D., Feb. 15. N. D., Feb. 14. A E Bismarck 6 10 24 .36per Calgary —16 0 8 -3 Ohfcago 34 44 13 Denver 24 68 6 0 Devils Lake ... —10 2 34 .04 Duluth 12 26 42 .20a Havre .., 0 10 4 .14 Huron 8 34 22 .04 Moorhead 0 8 24 .14n Pierre 0 23 26 .06team St. Louis 42 58 22 .20 fit. Paul 20 32 22 .20g Sioux Citv ... 30 36 20 0 Spokane 22 36 4 .02 Winnipeg —14 4 12 0 A—Stations. B—Min. temperature in last 12 hours. C—Max. temperature in last 24 hours D—Velocity of wind. 15—Precipitation In last 24 hours. Weather Forecast. For North Dakota Wednesday fair. For iBismarck and -vicinity nesday fair. Wed- Weather Conditions. ISnOw. low temperature and high wind characterize the weather thru out the Missouri valley valley this morning. Temperature of zero and below prevails from the Canadian northwest southward to the Nebraska line. The Indications are for fair weather Wednesday. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official in Charge. CARD OF THANKS. We desire to return our thanks to those who assisted and were kind to us us in the time of the illness and death of the late Fred Scholidon. Mrs. Fred Scholidon and family. ON TO WASHINGTON. Attorney General Andrew Miller Teft for Washington on 'No. 8 last night. He goes to present the now famous coal rate case to the United States court. LADIES AID. The Ladies Aid of the Trinity Luth eran church will meet with Mrs. Lar son, 410 Third street. Thursday af ternoon. LADIES' AID POSTPONED. The meeting of the M. E. Ladies Aid society has been postponed until next Wednesday at the M. E. ichurch parlors. CASTING THEIR BREAD UPON THE WATERS. A card received from Burt Finney indicates that he and Charley Ander son have opened enough oysters to make a shell road twenty-five feet The Golden Rule 6R0CERIES and NOTIONS Fresh Eggs, per doz 30c Butter, not the best, per lb 35c Perfection blend Coffee, a regu lar 35 cent grade, only 28c 20th Century Washers, each 50c Gold topped Tumblers, per set of six, 35c Medium size Willow Clothes Bas kets, each 70c Large size Willow Clothes Bas kets, each 85c White Clover Honey, per comb .. 20c Heinz Apple Butter In stone jars 40c Hteinz Pure Olive Oil, in 8-oz. hot. 50c Bulk Olives, fancy, per qt 50c Quart jar Stuffed Olives 45c Quart jar Queen Olives 35c Quart jar Pickles in (Mustard 30c Quart jar Picallili 30c Quart jar assorted Jams, nothing better 30c Fresh Candies, 20c kind, 2 lbs for 25c Fresh Chocolate Candies, 40c kind, per lb 25c Sunkist Oranges, per doz. 35, 40, and 50c China Cake Plates, 30 and 35c E. H. McConkey, Prop. PHONE 200. Grand Pacific Hotel Baildiag INSURANCE P. E. BYRNE, Bismarck, N.Dak. BYRNE'S Insurance Agency Representing only such com panies as are universally recog nized as the best or as good as the best. This Agency writes Fire, Tornado, Hail, Life, Accident, iHealth and Plate Glass Insur ance, also Surety Bonds. wide around Mobile Bay. The card shows the road and the shells. Fin ney and Anderson are now feeding fishes on their way to Cuba. SPECIAL MEETING. There will be a special business meeting following the devotional ser vice at the 'Baptist church this even ing. Members are urged to be pres ent as there is business of much im portance to be transacted. A LIVING PROFIT. Frank Beigle. a Richland icounty farmer, sold his farm of 480 acres this week for $48.50 per acre. Hie •purchased this land eleven years ago for *S an acre. Over six hundred cent on an eleven year investment isn't so bad. M. B. A. MEETS. The Modern .Brotherhood of Ameri will hold a regular meeting to night, after which they will have a dance and banquet A large class is readiness for initiation and the is requested to be there at 8 o'clock promptly. The regular meet in place is now at the Maennerchor hall. WANT KEMPF TO RUN. Kulm Messenger: It is reported that the many friends of F. W. Kempf of this city are urging him to become a candidate for the office of register of deeds. Mr. Kempf would certainly make a splendid man for the office. Hie speaks the Bng Iis, German and Scandinavian lan guages, and is well qualified for the position. The political pot is be ginning to boil and other candidates will soon be announcing their inten tion of entering the race. LOOKING UP BUSINESS. W. A. Farnsworth of Wahpeton, was in the city Monday and Tuesday. He is supervising agent for 'North Dakota of the Traveler's Life, Acci dent and 'Health Insurance company of Hartford, Conn,, and was assisting Captain T. Murphy, the local agent, in closing up some business. He left for the east on delayed No. 2 last evening. WANTED WORK. Phillip Boll, now serving at the state p^nal institution, and Henry Howard, also serving, have some as surance given them that if work of an honorable nature can be given them by persons willing to sign a parole card, the parole board in its sitting in April next may consider giving the above two their freedom. The for mer will accept common labor theat latter is a tool temperer and has been prison blacksmith. Interested part ies may address either of them, care F. O. Hellstrom, Grove, N. D. Anyone desiring to employ a man handy at work, please communicate with Chaplain G. B. Newcomb. GEIERMANN PREDICTS. Fargo News: City Commissioner H. J. Geiermann of Bismarck, spent yesterday in Fargo greeting many old friends. .He has been gallavanting down east among the winter resorts for the past month and comes back home to enjoy the Invigorating at mosphere of the state. He says, al though one of the truthful men of the state, that he would rather work in North Dakota than idle away his time on vacations in the east, and is anx ious to get home to see that the other city commissioners of the Capital City are keeping in the straight and nar row path. Incidentally he predicted that the sale of farm implements in the west ern part of the state will this year exceed anything ever dreamed of by the most optimistic boomer of that region, and he ought to know, being the general agent of the International Harvester company of Bismarck. CLAIM BANKS HANDLE DRAFTS. According to wholesale liquor ship pers of Minnesota, North Dakota bankers can legally handle a bank draft, bill of lading attached, cover ing liquor shipments. They say that this has been decided by the circuit court of the United States for the eastern district of Oklahoma, in the case of Dan Dancigar. et al., vs. S. W. Stone, et al. According to them this decision by the United States court disposes of an opinion given by Judge Edward Engerud of Fargo, to the North Dakota Bankers' association. In Judge iRngerud's opinion, he held that 35 U. S. statutes at large, pages 1135 and 1136, known as the inter state shipping amendment, effective Jan. 1, 1910. prohibited North Dako ta banks from handling drafts of the kind in question. The United States court, however, halds that the banks may collect these drafts under the law. Chas. Glatt is going to quit the clothing business. Selling out at cost. See him. Spring Capes just arrived, at Webb Brothers. PRETTY ROGKITES PUN BIG DRIVE ELIMINATION COMMITTEE HAS BEEN APPOINTED TO THIN OUT WOLVE8. Rules and Regulations Have Been Drawn Up—Line Captains Have Been Appointed and All Prelimin ary Arrangements for the Big Drive March 5 Have Been Made. Pretty Rock, Morton County, Feb. 15.—At a meeting held at Pretty Rock Wednesday night arrangements were made for a great wolf and coy ote drive in which the residents of four townships are to take part. The idea is for men on l«orse-back to take their places on the boundary lines designated, on Saturday, March 5, at 9 a. m., and all proceed to the center driving all game before them. After the drive dinner is to be served in the Woodman hall. R. C. Breckenridge was chairman of the meeting, and Fred' Schoenslg el, secretary. The boundary lines of the territory to be covered, were fix ed as follows: North line: Section line mile north of township line of township 131. East line: Section line 1 mile east of section line between ranges 88-89. South line: Section line 4 miles south of line between townships 130 and 131. West line: Section line 1 mile east of Adams county line. On motion the following were elect ed captains of the line with authority to appoint any number of deputies and assistants. North line: Geo. Kahl, Frank Markow, Wm. Rogers. East line: Lawrence Cowen, Nick Striegel, W. J. Maas. South line: L. S. Henderson, Hen ry Bahmer, Chas. Moll. West line: A. T. Kohn, Edward Olson, Wm. Wallace. It was voted that the proceeds of the drive be applied to pay advertis ing and other expenses, and the re mainder, if any, used as the majority sees fit. E. G. Polk was elected marshal of the day, with absolute authority. A committee of five was appointed to take charge of the animals, and dis pose of them. The following compose it: R. C. Breckenridge, Chas. Wal lin, E. C. Cordley, Carl Peterson and Albert Hegge. The ladies are re quested to bring eatables for the din ner to be served in the hall. Coffee' is to be provided by a committee consisting of A. B. Moore, Geo. Sweet and Fred De Long. Rules and Regulations. 1. Positively no rifles allowed. Shotguns permissable. 2. No shooting iitsfde the circle. 3. Each captain shall have his men stationed at the line at 9 a. m. sharp, and start promptly for the Woodman hall, keeping as compact a line as possible. 4. All dogs to be held by ropes un til the marshal of the day gives the signal by display of flag. Gentlemen will observe these rules—others must. Sportsmen of Aberdeen, Lemmon and other points are to be invited. Drives such as these are annual af fairs in Illinois, and are a great success. There is little or no expense attached, and you are only asked to ride about six miles, with a boun teous dinner, and a jolly good time the finish. The country is over run with wolves and coyotes and they are quite a menace to stock, so this is something of a business proposi tion as well. Every jnan is urged to join this drive. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days, or money refunded. 50c. Phone 8 BtSMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1910. ja* Are Your Attached Cuffs Stiff? I left Minot about four weeks ago and am spending the winter months in Illinois, Missouri and Oklahoma. I have already seen quite a bit of coun try in all three states, and have de cided that INorth Dakota beats them all. I am now visiting my brother in-iaw near Marshall, Oklahoma, and he asked me last night what I thought of this country. wrote a short poem, which expressed my thoughts exactly. The poem is as follows: I have been in 111.. Mo. and Okla. too. But old IN. Dak., I'm coming back to you. The soil in Mo. is as muddv as can be. And the weather is entirely to chang able for me. Oh, Okla. ha8 its drawbacks, with its soil all painted red And around about the atmosphere, that's heavier than lead. Mo. raises corn which is still hanging on the stalk, They say they aise step-ladders, I think it's mostly talk. Okla raises cotton, but it's mighty short and thin, Old X. Dak. can beat it with its grain all in the bin. And then there's 111. I 'bout forgot that I was there, and nicely finished? You should give this point attention, for poor ly laundered cuffs are as much a mark of careless dressing as a poorly laundered collar would be. If your shirts are laundered at our plant, you know the cuffs will he finished right. We make them firm and stiff—give them a good finish, free from wrinkles and blemishes—and we shape them to fit your wrist, preventing tlhelr becoming broken across the (cen ter, as they will do if bent into shape while cold. We make your linen look better and wear longer. TRY US Bismarck Steam Laundry HORSE AUCTION Our first big auction sale of the season will start Tuesday. Feb. 15th, and will continue every Tuesday thereafter. Will have at least 300 horses and we aim to make the sale start off with a vim. Be sure and be there. South St. Paul Horse Company, South St. Paul, Minn. Toe House with a Horse Reputation pf+00OOO+++0+00+00+0+0040OS£OOO+00**00*0000« MONEY TO LOAN I want $25,000 worth of First Mortgage Farm Loans at once. None but applications on improved farm lands will be accepted. Call or write Fourt S O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. SENATORS AND JUDGE WHOM THEY WERE ORDERED NOT TO OBEY Washington, Feb. 15.—One of the most remarkable situations in the his tory of the United States legislature resulted from the refusal of the Unit ed States senate to permit three of its members—Smoot of Utah, Bourne of Oregon and Fletcher of Florida— to obey the summons of Judge Daniel T. Wright of the superior court of the District of Columbia. The trouble, in which is involved one of the most in teresting points that has been raised here in years, all arose over a little award in the matter of paper on which government documents are printed. This business is in the hands of the public printer, subject to the direction of the joint committee on printing, composed of three senators and three representatives. Wot long ago the bid of the Valley Paper company of iHoly oke, Mass., though actually the low est, was rejected by the joint com mittee on the ground that it had not complied with the technical require- mittee to appear in court and show ments. The company then sought re- cause why a mandamus should not dress in the district supreme court, be issued compelling them to make with the result that some days ago: an award to the lowest bidder. The Justice Wright issued an order di-1 house voted to permit Its members recting the six members of the com- to obey the summons, but the senate THE INSPIRATION OF NORTH DAKOTA. The following patriotic communica tion appears from a former Minot woman, in the Ward County Inde pendent: And 'ronud about' the country looked mighty thin and bare. No business going on, the towns were simply dead, And just like Okla. the atmosphere was lead. Not a town like Minot did I see along the line. Where business seemed progressive, and the people feelin' fine. Some talk of going east, some of go ing south and west, But I'm coming back near Minot, for I like that country best. —(Bessie E. Grier. DACOTAH ZEPHYR CRFAM A pleasing and healing cream for chapped or roughened skin. Espec ially delightful after shaving—allying inflammation and leaving a sense of coolness to the face. Antiseptic and healing, Zephyr Cream is not greasy —doves may be imr ^^T*-' mediately worn after ^M»%» using. Price 50 icents. Mfgd. only bv jFRP Mothers! Don't fail to procure Mrn. Wta slow's Soothing Syrup for your child ren while cutting teeth. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty* five cent a bottle. TAILORS held that the court had no authority to summon members of congress. Judge Wright is the man who sen tenced Labor iLeaders Gompers, Mitch ell and Morrison to jail for contempt of court. INJURED WHILE COASTING. Valley City Times-Record: While a party of young people was coasting yesterday afternoon on the Dewey hill southeast of the city, the 14-year-old daughter of laev. Anderson had the misfortune of Ifracturing .both bones of one leg. Trap fracture was reduced by Dr. MacDon^ld and the young lady is getting along as well as could be expected. We have been unable to get the details of the accident but we learned that some eight or nine young people was sliding on a large bob and in some way the young lady was thrown off and -was injured as above stated. HAS BUSINESS AT WASHINGTON Capt. I. P. Baker left for Washing ton, D. C, on No. 8 last evening, to look after some business matters' at the national capital. BEAR WITH TASTE FOR PIE Monticello, N, Y., Feb. 15— (Spec ial)—-Driven to desperation by hun ger, a black bear yesterday held up the Hurleyville bakery man on his way to this village with the usual daily delivery and helped himself to bread, pies and cakes. Customers were notified today by telephone that they would have to wait a few hours until a fresh supply could be ob tained. Spring Capes just arrived, at Webb Brothers. Nichols & Nichols All the World Loves a Low and every lady likes a fen tleman. Clothing doesn't always make the man, but the book is often taken by its cover, and we make clothing that gives the air of style and refinement sought by a gentleman by fitting him out with the most exclusive styles in Overcoats, Cutaway and Frock Suits and Pants jhat no one can equal in prices. Wi an ROW lociM in tbo building firmiriy ooa piid by Buscb's Shot Store. Nichols & Nichols, Tailors 11 5 Fourth Street, Bismarck, N. Dak.