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The Pioneer Abstract Office of the County Abstracts guaranteed by Surety Bondo* StO.OOO filed In the office of (h* County Auditor. THE CIT weather Friday. ORRIS W. ROBERTS. Official in Charge. CONSUMERS. The use of hose is absolutely pro hibited except between the hou.s of 5 and 9 p. m. When violations of this rule are reported, water will be shut off without further notice. This rule does not apply to consum ers having meter service. BISMARCK WATER SUPPLY CO. MAY LOCATE HERE. New Salem. N. D.. April 15.—Dr. William Bodenstab. who has been lo cated here for the past ten years, has sold out his practice and drug store to Dr. O. C. Gaebe. from central Il linois. Dr. Bodenstab is going to take a three months' post graduate course in Johns Hopkins university, and It is reported that he will locate in Bis marck and affiliate himself with one of the firms of physicians in this city. OUTLOOK GOOD. Wilton, N. D.. April 14.—(Special.) —A. W. Pollock, superintendent of the Washburn Lignite Coal Co., has rtnrned from a three week's trip to Pennsylvania. whe'-e he has been vis iting with his parents. Mr. Pollock thinks that the decision of the su preme court of the United States on the North Dakota coal rate case means more to the state, and partic ularly this section, than can be im agined by the most optimistic boos ter. With the new rate it is possible for the local mines to compete with all the big coal producing states of the union. LEFT FOR ST. PAUL. E. G. Patterson left for St. Paul on business yesterday. A HUNDRED RUSSIANS. About a hundred Russians passed through Bismarck yesterday from Ashley, N. D., en route to Fallon, Mont., where they are intending to locate. NEW PROMOTER HERE. The Bismarck Baking Powder Co. under the leadership of the new pro motor, is in the field. Mr. Wells has bad twenty-two years' experience and References Bismarck Bank First National Bank P. E. N E Official Abstracter of Titles for Burleigh County BISMARCK, N. D. Taxes Paid for Non-residents Byrne's Abstract Reports issued twice a week, contain the current real estate transfers of the county. Weather Bulletin Furnished by Authority of the Secre tary of Agriculture, Bismarck. N. D., April 14. bismarck ... Calgary Chicago Denver Devils Lake Duluth Havre Helena Huron Medicine Hat Moorhead ... S l^ouis St. Paul Sioux City .. Spokane Winnipeg ... 46 24 48 38 54 40 34 30 56 36 54 54 50 56 32 46 82 50 56 52 80 72 62 54 72 58 82 72 74 66 48 64 18 8 10 16 10 12 20 14 14 8 12 10 8 10 8 10 0 .01 0 .12 K—Stations. B—Min. temperature in last 12 hours. C—Max. temperature in last. 24 hours D—Velocity of wind. E— Precipitation in last 24 hours. Weather Forecast. Till 7 p. m. Friday. For North Dakota Friday fair. For Bismarck and vicinity Fri day fair. Weather Conditions. Unsettled weather conditions obtain in all sections of the country from which reports are received except on 1 ,„ the Pacific coast. The pressure is low throughout the Missouri valley Any County Official of Burleigh County Bismarck, N. D. is in the city for the purpose of get ting things organized and going along nicely. Mr. Wells comes from Inde pendence, la., and is a,, man that can deliver the goods. CHANCE FOR POOR MAN. B. F. Flannagan came up from Des Moines on a business trip and says that everything here looks as though something was doing. He says that while real estate is not so high here as in Iowa, that there is a better show for a poor man to get on. "22 OFF ON BUSINESS. '06 R- L-- Best, one of the principal busi 0 pp a 8 a a 28 visiting the Twin Cities on business, 0 is expected home tomorrow with a 0 sufficient supply of information to 02 keep the public interested. "i A MATTER OF CHARITY. 'Q4 The N. P. Express company has '02 been made a present of a new dust 0 pan. and would be willing to be still 01 further a debtor to the public to the extent of a new broom. TO RUSSIA. Oscar Will is one of those quiet business men who has little to say, yot, nevertheless he is doing about as much to advertise Bismarck as any man in the place. He is always busy. Just recently he shipped nearly four hundred pounds of seed corn to Odes sa, Russia. This is a matter of note, inasmuch as North Dakota takes the lead. SHERIFF OUT OF TOWN. Sheriff McGillis is in the Twin Cities in connection with business. AN INITIAL SHIPMENT. The initial shipment of green hides a a 0r a hi by H. 8 a it 8 ye8terdav. and the Mississippi valley and in this industries, and doubtless In region scattered precipitation has oc-, eurred. The indications are for fair a to SU the Twin This is one of the Bismarck may be able tannery, I HENS STILL CACKLING. A carload of eggs were shipped to Butte, Mont., by the Bismarck Com- WATER SHUT OFF. company yesterday. The It was announced yesterday that 0 8 8 a the water supply would be shut off because the eggs come from Bis between 10 a. m., and 2 p. m„ to ad mit of hydant removal. Rain prevent ed it. An attempt will be made today (Friday), between the same hours, weather permitting. BISMARCK WATER SUPPLY CO. GOOD STOCK PAYS. refused to go on a strike jnarck. They are all good. BRIDGE SEASON ENDS. Mrs. Nathan Prentice was hostess to elpht of her lady, friends yester day afternoon and evening, at bridge, and six o'clock dinner. The bridge club was formed earlv in the winter months, and has successfully provfd ed pastime and pleasure, for its mem bers through the cold months. Yes terday marked the climax of the card Carson Press: Charles Nelson of Atwater, says that he has twelve grade Guernsey cows and heifers that yielded 348 pounds of butter fat dur ing December, giving him an income!. ,, ... ,. .,„.„ of $11.40 per cow for the month, at a! ™d& °^n 2 cost of 14.16 per cow for feed. Ra- Makes fall again, tions given the herd were all farm grown, consisting of clover, ensilage. A barley and oats. W. E. Bverly of Velva. a live mayor from a live town, was in the city yes terday, and his personality and cre IMPORTANT NOTICE TO WATER LIVE MAYOR, dentials cany sufficient weight prove the assertion. to TRYING TO BRING RELIEF. W. G. Howland, chief dispatcher of the Northern Pacific, was in the city yesterday for the purpose of reliev ing the congested freight conditions between Bismarck and Mandan. EX-CHIEF CARR. Ex-Chief of Police Carr and family, left yesterday morning for Mansfield, Mo. The ex-chief has many friends here who regret his departure. A WORD ON THE QUIET. T. Rudd of the Northern Shoe Co., of Duluth. is in Bismarck in connec tion with his firm, and says that all the traveling men have a good word to say for Bismarck. ON A STILL HUNT. Oscar Lund of Minneapolis, is here on a still hunt. He is a real estate man. and. he brought^his telescope along. BASEBALL FANS ATTENTION There will be a meeting of all those interested in advertising and promot ing the baseball fever, at the Com mercial club rooms Saturday night. Let everybody turn out. This is an institution that will belp not a little to advertise the town, and should be well supported. The' soldiers at the fort are especially invited to be at the meeting. LOOKING UP HIS RECORD. Attorney Tenneson of Fargo, repre senting the Northern Trust company, was in the city this week looking in to the examiner's records of the short age of ex-county auditor White at Dickinson, and spent some time in Dickinson looking after some phases of the case. The Northern Trust Co. was bondsmen for the auditor. ROOM WANTED. Young lady desires room partially furnished, or sufficiently large to ac commodate piano. Private family pre ferred. Address A. P., Tribune. OFFICIALLY DEAD. iviinot Reporter: It is generally conceded a fact that R. S. Noah is officially dead. The corrected record in the clerk of the district court's of fice covers any former defects, and undoubtedly Attorney D. C. Greenleaf, who is defending Noah, will stand on this record and plead further jeopar dy. Now if Noah is officially dead, having been executed by the #rong arm of the law, what is to hinder his brother, who is expected to be in Mi not before the day is set for Noah's trial, from securing the body of his officially executed brother, and taking it home with him? The custom is inviolate relatives have always been given the remains of a criminal after execution, and there is apparently nothing in the way of relatives who would seek to secure the body of R. S. Noah, now that he is officially executed. Can it be possible that the end of justice will be defeated in this manner? SPELLING CONTEST TONIGT. Burleigh County Pupils Will Try for State Contest. The Burleigh county spelling con test will be held in the court rooms at the court house this evening at 7:30, and it is expected there will be about fifteen contestants present. There were six selected frof the Bismarck schools and the others come from the rural districts. The winner of the event this evening will repre sent Burleigh county at the state con test to be held here on the evening of the 19th of this month. MAPS AND LAND LISTS. Maps of the land in Cheyenne Riv er and Standing Rock Indian reser vations, to be opened May 2nd., are being sent to all persons who were entitled to file on such lands, through the recent lottery for drawings. The list of lands shows the townsite, range, section, valuation and class, and shows whether located in Chey enne or Standing Rock Reservation. Values placed on the lands run very low, $.50 being the least amount giv en. Most of the lands are listed at from $1.50 to $4 an acre. A com paratively few exceed five dollars per acre. The majority of all descrip tions are full quarter sections. One fifth of the appraised price must be paid at the time of filing and four fifths must be paid annually there after for five years beginning two years after date of filing. POLITICS DOWN ON THE SSOO. Ashley Tribune: Paul Kretsch mar has declared his candidacy for the Republican nomination as state senator from this district, and this fact seems to have stirred up activity in other quarters along the same lines. Representative Doyle of Wi shek, spent Monday night in Ashley, and, after his departure, a gentle man supposed to be in his confidence, volunteered that Mr. Doyle would be a candidate for the senatorship. Ed itor Bryant, of Napoleon, is also sus pected of considering the matter it is supposed that certain politicians promised him the position, two years ago. A. A. France of Gackle, Logan county, and Charles S. Johnstone of Ashley are avowed candidates for representative honors, and R. R. Hedtke, it is thought, may become a candidate. It has also been reported that Michael Henne, of Zealand, wishes to enter the race for repre sentative. Tt is quite likely that be fore long there will be a plethora of legislative canditates. What They Say Secretary: Bismarck Chapter No. 11. O. E. S., wfll have a social meet ing Friday evening. April 15. All mem bers Of the order In the city, also all Masons and their families, are cord ially invited to attend cards and danc ing. Catarrhal Asthma and Hay Fever Tens of thousands of sufferers from hay fever and catarrhal asthma find great comfort and quick relief by breathing Hyomei. Of course where asthma is not caus ed by catarrhal condition, but by ner vous contraction of the bronchial tubes, Hyomei is not recommended. But in a case of asthma where there is a discharge of mucous, breathing Hyomei gives most wonderful relief by soothing the irritated and highly inftammed membrane. 'Mr. W. A. White, R. F. D. No. 1, Evans-port, writes: "I have been both ered with asthma for over five years but could not get any relief until I tried iHyomel. I have spent lost of money on remedies for asthma and if I could not get another bottle I would not be without Hyomei for $50. I recommend it." A complete iHyomei outfit, including hard rubber pocket inhaler, cost SI, with instructions for use in hay fever and asthma. Extra bottles of Hyomei cost 50 cents at druggists everywhere and at Lenhart Drug Co. Three hundred men and a hundred teams are now at work on the Great Northern Ayr-Surrey cut-off near Norwich. The new county of Adams is now on a cash basis. $ All three of the candidates for states attorney in Adams county seem to think it necessary to pledge themselves to enforce the laws, es pecially the prohibition law. STATE R. C. Davis has been named as postmaster at Belfield and Robert Coleman at Hebron. Beach will build a $13,000 addition to its high school. BISMARCK DAILV TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1910. In Perfect Aeeord. Some years ago there came to an American city a delightful German. Herr von Blitz, who intended to sup port himself by giving lessons in his native tongue. When he had been here several months and hud secured moderate' number of pupils he went one day to the mother of one of them and to her great surprise asked for her daughter's hand in marriage. "But. my clear sir." said she. "my daughter bus no fortune." The suitor smiled upou her in an ex pansive generosity. "Me. too." said he reassuringly. "And, although we are not rich, we have thus far been able to give her every comfort. She is indeed used to luxury." "Me. too." was the smiling rejoinder. "But. Herr von Blitz, she will never be able to manage affairs." "Me. too," rejoiced the lover. "And I feel obliged to tell you that my daughter has a very high temper." "Me too—me too." That was enough. The mother re tired from the contest, and the pro fessor won his suit. Quick Justice at Ascot. Not only the horses, but the powers of the law, says the London Chronicle, are swift at Ascot, for the course has a special tribunal for the punishment of evildoers. No sooner is the pick pocket, welsher or ticket snatcher ar rested than be is standing in little room in /the royal stand, where the evidence is heard and the verdict and sentence pronounced before the offend er fully realizes that he is caught. No where else does punishment so swift ly follow crime as at this court, which is decreed by clause 31 of the in dictable offenses act of 1S48. This race course tribunal arose curiously in the eighteenth century from an as sault upon a royal personage. In his Indignation at the impossibility of in I stunt punishment of the assailant he ordered that in future magistrate should always attend the royal race meeting. This has ever since been I done, and by the above mentioned act the chief magistrate of Bow street was I constituted ex officio a justice of the peace of the county of Berks in order to enable him to hold this court at Ascot. Natural Age of Man. The question us to what is the nat ural age of man is by no means set tled, of course, but many are of the opinion that the Frenchman Flourens was not far out of the way in his esti mate of the time a man should live. Taking bis observations from the group mammalia, of the class vertebra ta, as having the closest resemblance to man and such species as are per mitted to live the full term of theii natural life. under. circumstances not admitting of error or doubt, Flourens found that their natural life extended to about fire times the period of their lives from birth up to maturity. Ap plying the rule thus obtained to hu man life and taking the age at which the body is fully matured to be twen ty years, he concluded the natural duration of the life of man to be 100 years.—New York American. The Word "Canvassing." How "canvassing" got its election significance is one of the unsolved puzzles of etymology. The word ap pears originally to have meant tossing IQ a canvas or blanket and thence gen erally mishandling or assaulting. "I'll canvass thee in thy broad cardinal's bat," is the Duke of Gloucester's threat to the bishop of Winchester in "Ivlng Henry VI." The next stage of meaning was that of destructive criti cism, from which to thorough discus sion—"canvassing" a subject—wai sim ple enough. But bow exactly did it arrive at the election sense? Dr. John son explained that the term meant "trying votes previously to the deci sion" and derived it from "canvas, as it signifies a sieve." The Oxford Dic tionary, however, is unable to find* this use of the word. Jerusalem. Old Uncle Jasper was buying a post card in a New Orleans postoflice when a gentleman approaching the next window had a small parcel weighed and stamped for Jerusalem. On this gentleman's departure Uncle Jasper chuckled and said: "He-was jokin', wasn't he?" "Not at all," returned the clerk. "My,, oh. my!" cried Uncle Jasper in an awed tone. "Is it possible ye take letters to Jerusalem? I thought it was above!"" Acute Heart Trouble. "Yes, 1 remember him." said Alkali Ike. "He died very sudden." "Heart disease?" asked the eastern tourist. "Waal, uow, I don't know as you kin say it was the heart auy more'a the club, spade or diamond. Anywny, he dealt bisself four aces."—Philadelphia Press. One Way. Gentleman (hiring a valet)—Then 1 understand you have some knowledge of bnrbering. You've cut hair off and on? Applicant—Off, sir, but never on. —Boston Standard. Hardly. Hewitt—You should make hay while the sun shines. Jewett—I can't if 1 stick to my business of making um brellas.—New York Press. Guiltless. Barber—Hair getting thin, sir. Ever tried our hair preparation, sir? Cus tomer—No. I can't blame It on that.— Boston Transcript. Every duty which we omit obscures some truth which we should have known.—Ruskin THE YouWant P. B. Cummins of Rugby commit ted suicide with morphine in a fit of melancholy. The Jamestown Alert sounds a warning against emigration from North Dakota to Canada. James Johns of Rugby fell dead on the stairs of the Merchants hotel at Rugby. Wilson clubs are being organized up in Williams county to boom Geo. W. Wilson for governor. Wilson— that's all. Sweeping compaund. 5c a See Faunce*, Fourth street. Non-BreakableFronts Neckwear Footwear non-breakable fronts alone should win you to Clothcraft Clothes. Think of your satisfaction in having a suit with the front, lapels, collar and shoulders holding their shape to the end. Yet Clothcraft cost you no more than the common run of clothes. he makersuse anon-shrinkable, damp-proof material instead of com mon canvas in the coat fronts. This prevents, absolutely, any tendency of the fronts to break or sag. You can be sure that Clothcraft Clothes are of pure wool and have lasting style. You get a signed guar antee with each suit. CLOTHCKArT All-WoolClothes $10to*25 HOOVE & EPPINGER LEADING CLOTHIERS "The Awkward Age" Comes to every boy. That is a time when he is rather difficult to fit in either long or short trousers. We begin to clothe the boy when he is L\ years old and never lose sight of his needs through all the following ages up to 20 years. KNICKERBOCKER SUITS in Norfolk and plain coat styles. New fabrics, new patterns, new models. Large variety of colors in sizes from 6 to 17 years in prices from $ 5 to $15 "Th Boston" R. L. E S Prop. Shirts Sweaters FORTY-SEVEN MEN ON A JURY. Kansas City, April 14.—A tempor ary jury of forty-seven men was ob tained on the Hyde murder trial shortly after five o'clock tonight. Attorneys will exercise their per emtary challenges tomorrow, and at 5:30 o'clock the names of final jurymen will be announced in open court. I pound.' Th Golden Ruli GROCERIES and NOtiONS I am busy moving at «9e present time, to my new store on Broadway and Sixth street. We are moving as fast as we can but are trying to take care of our trade the same as ever. We appreciate the patronage that has been extended us and as boon as 'We are settled will be in better condition than ever to care for you. Come in and see us at the new location. Very Truly yours, Headwear Underwear Just Arrived Shipment of Columbia Grafonolas Elite You must hear the Columbia played to appreciate it.% All mechanical sound and scratch ing positively illiminated. DAILY CONCERTS at Our Store E.H.McConkey & Son ZSZTlw^lZ^'l PHONE 209. Grand Pacific Hotel Building The bank statements throughout about the unprecedented and stimu lating report of the state treasurer.