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Weather Forecast.
Till 7 p. m., Sunday.
For North Dakota Partly cloudy
and cooler Sunday.
For Bismarck and vicinity Part
ly cloudy and cooler Sunday.*
Weather conditions.
Somewhat unsettled•'weather condi
tions prevail. The pressure is below
the normal, except over the Lakes,
where the highest ^pressure Is report
ed. The pressure is lowest in the
northwest and in the'southwest. The
indications are for partly cloudy
weather Sunday with slightly lower
temperature.
P. E. BYRNE, Bismarck, N. Dak.
Bonded Official
Abstracter of Titles
for Burleigh County
In connection with the regu
lar Abstract business, this of
fice issues twice a week,
BYRNES MSTRAOT 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., March 26.
A
Bismarck 30 6§ ~8 6
Calgary 24 48 4 0
Chicago 52 «6 10
Denver 44 66 4 0
Devils Lake ... 30 60 6 0
Duluth 34 60 16 0
Havre 28 56 4 O
Huron 46 70 28 0
Medicine Hat .. 26 56 4 0
Moorhead 32 66 4 0
Pierre 46 66 24 0
St. Louis .. 62 80 6 0
St. Paul '. 46 64 8 0
Sioux City ... 48 78 18 0
Spokane 28 50 4 0
Williston 32 56 6 0
Winnipeg 24 52 4 0
A—Stations.
B—Mln. temperature in last 12 heurs.
C—Max. temperature in last 24 hours
O—Velocity of wind'.
E—Precipitation in last 24 hours.
ORRIS W. ROBERTS,
Official in Charge.
KLING IN TOWN AGAIN.
George J. Kllng, who represents
that old timer and maker of good
clothes, J. T. Schusler of St. Paul, is
in the city en route west on his reg
ular tour. What Schusler doesn't
pick up in St. Paul, Kling Scoops in
on these regular tntpb to the coast.
AUTOMOBILE OWNERS.
We wish to advise automobile own
ers that we now have an expert re
pair man, just out or the Parry fac
tory. This man has built cars for
this last eight years and understands
every inch of a motor. We want
your repair work, no matter what
make car you drive, and all we ask
is a trial. If you need a suggestion,
let our expert help you.
LAHR MOTOR SALES CO.
MEETING OF THE CHIEFS.
Frank Schuman of the local tele
phone exchange, and the Misses Sev
erson and Persons, attended the gen
eral meeting of telephone chiefs at
Valley City.
EN ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA.
Earl Brown of Hazelton, is in the
city for a short time en route to Cal
ifornia
SIR KNIGHTS ATTENTION.
All Sir Knights of Tancred Comman
dry and all visiting Knights, are re
quested to meet at the Asylum at 2
o'clock today to attend Easter ser
vice at the Methodist church
WILLIAM O'HARA,
Eminent Commander.
SEES TWO WAYS.
E. E. Erb, auctioneer from Almont
—and his companion stated—one
whose deep voice reached into next
year, stopped over in (Bismarck be
tween trains yesterday. "I like Bis
you.
mlrck," a while Tt has „th° A
been some time since I have been
here, the more I see of the place, the' ?*?*i"S.X.?TKJ# !l!mC?
better I like it. In fact, i've half
a
notion to some here and be one of "LI"?,.?"
STILL THEY COME.
Fourteen telephone poles were
burned on the Dickinson line during
recent prairie fire. It has, in a way,
caused some little inconvenience, but
the same will be remedied in due
course of time.
ONE OF THE OLD REGIME.
Dr. Stark, one of the old war horses
who has gone through the trials and
hardships of the old pioneer days, is
with us for a time, and has been
heartily welcomed by his friends who
are legion. The doctor ig one of
the oldest physicians in Morton coun
ty.
EA8TER MUSIC.
There will be special Easter music
at the Presbyterian church today at
the morning service at 10:45, and at
the evening service at 7:30. The pro
gram is published elsewhere in this
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.
Issue. In the morning Mr. Harris
will apeak on "The Fact of Christ."
In the. evening the subject will be
"The Sins of Saints." A cordial wel
come to all.
VI8ITING HERE.
Miss Anna Capper, formerly of
southern Ilinois, but now visiting her
brother at Baldwin, arrived in the
city yesterday and will spend the
Easter Sabbath with Mrs. Dr. Smyth,
and friends.
AN AUTO EXPERT.
The management of the Lahr Motor
Sales. Co. announced yesterday that
they have secured the services of an
expert automobile repair man. Mr.
Charles H. Butler of Indianapolis, Ind.
is the man, and he comes well recom
mended, as he has served in nine dif
ferent factories, building automobiles,
Mr. Butler expects to move here from
the "Hoosier" state, and make Bis
marck his permanent home in the
very near future.
PINK EXTRAS.
The pink extras, 601, 602, 603 and
605—the pink or high ball extra
freight trains on the N. P.—as they
have sometimes been called, were
yesterday delayed somewhat on ac
count of not having the requisite
number of trainmen t» take them to
their destinations.
DOWN AND OUT.
Some of the sufferers from the re
cent prairie fles, were in town yes
terday seeking relief to help them to
get a new. start. That there are
many hard working tillers of the soil
who have suffered through no fault
of their own, and are especially de
serving of succur, there can be no
denial, and we doubt not that on*
citizens with their usual generosity,
will add their pittance towards giving
them a lift.
THIRTY MORE.
The Trl-State Investment Co.,
state that there are thirty land seek
ers who have practically been placed
in this and adjoining counties within
the past few weeks, and still there
are more to follow.
NEEDN'T GO FARTHER.
A Mr. Ripley from Brookings, S D.,
is here looking for a place to estab
lish a mercantile business. It does
not need a blind man to see that this
is as good a place to take the horse
to water as any—furthermore, well,
the horse does not need to be forced,
in order to see the future of Bismarck.
ADDITIONAL INSTITUTES
The following list of additional in
stitutes was give nout at the agricul
tural college:
Maxbass, Tuesday, March 29.
Kenmare, Wednesday, March' 30.
Flaxton, Thursday and Friday,
March 31 and April 1.
Carpio, Saturday, April (2
Williston, Monday, April 4.
Velva, Monday, April 4.
EDUCATIONAL ADVANTAGES
That Bismarck offers as good edu
cational advantages as are to be found
in any city its size in the union, is
unchallenged. For this reason it
stands to reason that people who lo
cate in, the near vicinity of the Capi
tal City have extraordinary advan
tages for their children that they
would not be able to take advantage
of were they too far away.
HOTELS CROWDED.
There is scarcely a vacant room to
bo had at any of the hotels in the
city. It's the same old story, said one
individual who happened to be a bit
late in registering. "It's all a mat
ter of please mister, will you give
me a drink of water, I'-m so hungry
I don't know where to' stay all
night."
A VACUUM.
Webb Bros, have a vacuum that
fills the long felt want of the tired
houswives who have to do extra duty
W
is
i!««^ LH
C&\
to say, nowejer, that it takes .thn place
,a,hio1nfd
a
Like Bismarck, its up to date.
CHARLIE HAS GONE,
Everybody knew Charlie. He was
the embodiment of all that comes un
der the head of "pulling 'energy.".
Charley had outlived his usefulness
however, and after many communica
tions between St. Paul and the local
office it was decided that Charlie
should return to the former place,
Charlie was the name given to the
horse that has been attached to the
express wagon here. He was sent
back yesterday.
NEW CASE IN COURT.
'Harry Allen, second cook at the
i-{••*$?'
if*i&k&itii
•ISMARCK DAILV TftlMMg, SUNDAY
animation was waived and Harry
gave bonds to appear before the judge
at 10 o'clock Monday morning. ,:
&
FORMER TBACHER.$
Miss Jessie Owens of Minneapolis,
a former teacher in this county, re
turned home yesterday. She said she
liked this part of the country very
much, but a business engagement
called her home. ^v». sr.
REAL ESTATE CIRCLES.
The real estate men all have that
happy feeling so peculiar to the man
who is forging ahead. ,: With the
tendency of immigration this way, the
unprecedated sales of land, and the
various prospects in hand that are
repidly developing, It looks as
though things were just now begin-
ANOTHER BOOSTER
F. E. Bronson, representing the
Portage Hosiery Co., of Portage, Wis.,
can do as much for your city in the'
also have the knack of spreading
good news, that's traveling man's
TIRED OUT
lost averdupois on account of
trip. .,'
The
Win
CARLOAD OF MACHINERY.
The International 'Harvester Co.,
has made T. S, Lovell happy by al
lowing him to take a carload of ma
chinery back with him to his home in
Wibaux, Mont. He says he likes
Montana and that everything in the
neighborhood in whclh he lives is go
ing ahead. William Kligora also of
the same town came with him to take
back some plows and a traction en
gine. So much for home advertising,
anyway.
PROVE? UP CLAIM8.
John BIrkeland of Leon, A. O. Am
bers, Leonard John P. Landberg,
DriscoII proved up on their claims
yesterday and are made happy. In
addition to the above, James Wlenaas
of Leon and Tov. Thompson of the
same place proved up.
LOOKING INTO THINGS.
James Charlesworth of Mandan,
who has been looking over the recent
flood district, says he was sent-here
to see just what damage had been
done. He said lie was on one of the
government boats which Is now at
Sioux City laid up for repairs.
OLD TIME GRIT..
Gus Thorner of Haggar Oity, Wis.,
hag been holding down a claim about
fifty miles from Bismarck. The claim
originally belonged to his son but he
died of tuberculosis on February 25.
Nothing daunted, however, the father
stuck to the place -according to the
requirements of the law, and this
was his first trip home since the death
of his son.
FIRST BALL GAME.
The first game of baseball of the
season was played by the High School
Freshmen and a picked team from
the high school. The Freshmen won
by a score of 14 to 10. The following
was the lineup:
Freshmen. Picked Team.
Krauss C. Beik
Mockler P. Day
R. McCord IB. Hogue
R. Krauss 2B. Asselstme
Kaiser SB. McCord
Fulcher SS. Parsons
Blunt RF. McDonald
Allensworth CF. Hutchinson
Treacy LF. Tucker
Tony Smith upmired the game and
gave general satisfaction.
This is the first' game of the sea
son and the other baseball rooters
should get busy and do something.
SOME STAYED HERE.
A number of the teachers who at
tended the teachers' meeting across
the river came back, reporting that
they could not get accommodations
Northwest, was arrested on a war- They were accommodated here,* how
rant Issued by Lena Delser, who al-' ever, and made as comfortable as pbs
leges, in her complaint that Harry sible,
used language unbecoming a gentle
man in the presence of ladies,
case was tried before Judge
Chester and Mr. Allen was asked as has been in Hazelton for some time,!
to what plea he wished to make. Ex- got somewhat off his beearings when'
GOT TURNED AROUND.
Tom Ward of Boston, Mass., who
M^^^M^iMMM^M^W^^^'!^^:^
he landed here In Bismarck, owing,
perfcftm more to the temblanee of the
place being more like Boston ^than
any city be has seen for some time.
Tom said he was slxtr-three. yetrs
of age, bat he thought he would go
home to his friends and pass the re
mainder of his days, as he was get
ting top old' to grow up with the
country -l£$ii:\*
WEBB BROS. SHOE DEPT.,
Is the place to buy Shoos.
MOCKLER'S PLATFORM.-\jz
To the republican voters of the
state of North Dakota:
If I am elected to congress I will
advocate the following measures:
First, shall whenever oppor
tunity presents itself vote in favor
ning to move forward more rapidly'0f free lumber,
than ever before. Second. Believing that the news.
papers and magazines are the great.
GLAD HE IS HERE. I est means of education in our n*tlbn
Theo. F. Goette, formerly with F. today, I am in favor of removing? trie
W. Tuchelt and Sons of St. Paul, was'tariff on pulp from which the' pap
In the city yesterday for G. Pflaum'er is made and in favor of no id
and Sons, cigar dealers, Minneapolis. dltlona! burden in the cost of mail
Mr. Goette says that Bftmarck is the jng
8
ame to their patrons,
best city of its size in the whole icoun-j Third. I am in favor of better^ pro.
try. visions and an easier method for
obtaining pensions and increase of
HEAD BUYER. \pensions than at present exists, and
J. C. Anderson, the head buyer for'shall be in favor of abolishing the
the Wilton Mercantile Co., was in the red tape which hinders the surviv
city yesterday, laying in a" stock of ing'widow from obtaining the back
goods for the trade be represents. Mr.J pension which has been earned by
Anderson is a hustling merchant of .the soldier in his. life time and
Wilton and has made a success just which delays her in obtaining a pen-
because he has put his brain and sin
ew to the fore and pushed for busi
ness.
sion in her own behalf.
Fourth. I shaft: feyor. a,n appropri
ation by congress for the purpose of
perfecting the briQuetting expert.
ANOTHER INVE8TER. ments that are now fnferesting the
The cashier of the Brookings, 8. D. people of the state of North Dakota,
bank is in this vicinity looking for and am fn favor of perfecting the
an investment in a large tract of work before the coal lands pass into
land. Land for immigration purposes the hands of a syndicate,
is far better, sold in small parcels, Fifth. I am in favor of creating
than in large areas, as it fs more
a
quickly settled, and the immediate re- full power to act.
suits are felt once the land is under' sixth. Shall favor such laws as
cultivation. What we want are ac
tual settlers—men who will grow up
and develop and stay with the coun
try.
After a brief electioneering tour in
the northern part of the'county, J. P.
competent tariff commission with
are necessary to abolish the existing
trusts and combinations and pro
hibit the fostering of others.
Seventh. Shall at all times favor
the preservation, protecting and de
velopment of our natural resources.
Eighth. If I am elected to con
gress I shall oppose any organiza
had the following to say: "You know. tion which attempts to repose a
what I admire about your city is that centralization of power in the hands
you are not afraid to sport a little:
0
printer's ink in mentioning the name advocate all laws necessary to grant
of a traveling man. Very few pa-J the greatest possible power to the
pers do it, because they take it for other members,
granted that an ordinary traveling Ninth. I am in favor of the ex
man-isn't worth notice. 'Let me tell[pendlture of a sufficient amount of
you. however, that a traveling man
the speaker, and will support and
por
French returned home tired and car- Eleventh. I am in favor of postal
rying the cares and tribulations sub-
ject to that kind of a^ life, on his
a
improve the navigable
0
iv a wa
course of his travels as the news-|ed gtates, and especially those of
papers, only he does it in a different Missouri and Red rivers,
way. We all have the grip, and we .j^e
terways of the Unit-
nroads being the
ra
at
ighWays of our nation, are
a to
he laws of the people
and should be governed by the law*.
make reasonable and
They should
equitable rates should give reas
onable service, and pay a just pro.
tl6n of taxes.
with proper safeguards so
at
shoulders. J. P., however, has not „ity and sent to another.
the
i8 not taken out of one
Twelfth. I am in favor of an
amendment to the constitution for
the election of United States sena
tors by the direct vote of the peo
ple.
Thirteenth. I am in favor of the
full enforcement of the primary
election law of Ue state of North
Dakota.
Fourteenth. I am In favor of re
deeming every pledge made by the
republican party in the national
platform of 19o8.
Fifteenth. I am in favor of ad
vocating republican policies from a
republican standpoint and stand for
a reunited party, pledging myself
loyally whether I am .nominated or
not to support the successful nomi
nees.
Respectfully yours,
—Thomas R. Mockler.
WEBB BROS. SHOE DEPT.,
Is the place to buy Shoes.
GROCERIES and NtTIOHS
No. 2% size Yellow Free Peaches,
iper doz 1--S5
No. 2Vi size Lemon Cling Peaches
.per doz 2.15
No. &V». size Sliced Lemon Cling
Peaches, per doz ...2.15
No. 2% size Apricots, per doz 1.95
No. iy% size Bartrett Pears, per
doz *-20
No. 2% size Assorted Plumbs, per
doz: .....1.40
No. 2* size Raspberries per doz...2.75
No! 2% size Strawberries, per
doz 2.76
No. 2ft size Blackberries, per
doz 2.75
No. 3 size Royal Anne Cherries,
per doz 8 2 5
No. 1 size Sliced Pineapple, per
doz ..1.55
No. 1 size Grated Pineapple, per
doz. 1.45
No. 2 size Sliced Pineapple, per
doz 1.90
No. 1 size Asparagus Tips, per
doz. .... S.15
The above goods are really lower
than they can be bought at on the
presnt market
Quart jar fresh Horseradish ... 80c
Quart l*r Queen Olives SSe
Large bulk. Queen Olives, per at 85c
Perfection blend Coffee, a Tegular
35c grade, per lb 28c
Town -Talk blend Coffee, a regu
lar 30c grade, .per lb. 25c
A-good Rio Coffee, per lb. ...... 15c
Santos Coffee, per lb. 20c
E.H.McConkey&Son
PHONE 209. '-•.'.'..'•
Grand Pacific Hotel Building
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ROBERT'S NEW HORSE.
Weatherman Import* Fine Piece of
Horse Flesh, r-lt.'^'.
The new Stallion law which went
into effect on January 1, 1910, ig un
doubtedly responsible for the high
class of horses recently brought .to
this city. In addition to those men
tioned in yesterday's issue of this
paper, Mr. Orris W. Roberts of the
weather bureau, has brought to Bis
marck, Dr. Hill, a registered standard
bred stallion, with a three-year-old
pacing record of 2:12 ft. This stal
lion is full brother to Judge Hurt,
12:09% Lena Hill, 2:12%, and Abbott
Mill, 2:14%. His dam is one of the
producing queens of the trotting
world, having produced in addition to
Dr.. Hill and' the three mentioned
above, Geo Campbell, 2:17. It will
thus be seen that she is the dam of
four with records better than 2:15,
and of Jjye of 2*47 or better, Dr.
Hill's sire is William M. Hill, 2:20,
HIm^W.
Circuit.
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Svelte-: ':.'.' 3jfea s*rKrj?jii£v
/yiatinee 3:30 First Evening Show 7:30
SpecW local Talent Program for Sunday
Home Talent:
Special Musical Program by
Berl Price and Miss Anna Lucille Rowan
Boxing and Wrestling
The Masters Roberts will present a BoxingJ and Wrestling
Exhibition.
Regular
"Ye* Colonial Duo"
MARIE HUSJCAL W4LS0HS GEttROE
PRESENTING
An Elaborate Singing and Electrical instrumental Novelty.
Positively the best mtwfoaTact ever presentedin Bismarck,
an'act that has been featuring in..the famous Pantages
Di'.U
Phil W.Rees
Character Singer
An Act. of Quality—Direct from Chicago.
New Songs New Pictures
No Advance in Prices
Don't est Tow Feet Wet
Buy a pair of Rubber Boots
while they last $2.50
New Spring Styles in Shoes, good lasts
and fine fitters $3.50 to $5.0 0
Latest styles in Spring Suits,
all colors. $15.0 0 to $25.0 0
Buy a Dunlap Hat, they are
first in style and quality
TH E BQSTQ N
L. BEST. Prop.
aire of The Private, 2:07^,
Hurt, 2:09% Lee"Hill, ¥:liW~i«*t'
Park, 2:13% Dr. Hill* 2:12^ Lena
Hill. 2:12% Abbott Hill, 2:14% Wal
ter Hill, 2:16% Sunshine, 7H7
Cricket Hill 2:19%, and many others
from (2:20 to 2:30. Mr. Roberto is
also the owner of Governor Shaw,
the beautiful seal brown registered
standard bred trotting stallion. It
would be hard indeed to find two
more perfect types Of the trotting
horse breed than these two stallions.
WEBB BR08. SHOE DEPT.,
I* the place to buy Shoe*.
WHAT THEY BAY.
Secretary: Special meeting of Bis
marck lodge No. 5, A. F. and A. If.',
Monday evening at 7:30. Class for
M." M. degree
Easter Candies at Knappen'a.
lie Theatre
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