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Baking Powder Makes Light Cake Not Made by a Trust News of the State E. B. Corell, an old-time citizen of Jamestown, died Tuesday of tu berculosis after a year's illness. Jamestown wants better fire pro tection and more street improve ments. There are others. The mayor of Jamestown is get ting excited about the census. It seems likely that the majority of North Dakota cities are doomed to disappointment on account of for mer padding. Jamestown adventists are holding revival meetings. The Lake Grocery Co. is the name of a new wholesale establishment in Devils Lake. Governor Sarles, the great pacing stallion, owned by C. A. Newton at Williston, will probably be out of the running this season. Last year the horse netted its owner over $20, 000. The Minot Loan & Trust Co. has been organized at Minot, with B. H. Bradford as president. The Optic declares that Minot is the only city in the state making any effort to enforce the anti-spit ting ordinance. I A quantity of grey squirrels are to be turned loose in the park at Valley City, which indicates that those Valley Cityites have some good old New England traits after all. And in the south the park without some tame squirrels is not consid ered proper. Railroad extensions are so fre quent in the western part of the state that people cease to be sur prised. PERSONAL. Judge G. Becker of Ashley, came up on the Soo last night to look after some business matters in the city. Hon. John Giedt of Lehr, was in the city over night. He served a term in the legislature and is much pleased with the progress of the city since he was here. Jacob Spitzer of Ashley, was among the Mcintosh county citizens doing business in the Capital City Wednes day. Railroad Commissioner Mann was down from New Salem on official business yesterday. States Attorney Nelson of McLean county, was in the city over night at tending to legal business. Attorney George Newton was in i.iandan for a few days attending to legal matters before^ the court now in session. Miss Meta Wollenhaupt has return ed from a visit with friends at Haz elton. Mrs. Davie and family of Braddock. were in the city Monday and left for Canada Tuesday morning. Attorney Oliver Leverson was In the city Wednesday from New Salem attending to legal matters. H. P. Goddard was in from the town of McKenzie Wednesday. John Dieball of Hebron, is in the city to look after some land business. A. Lutz is in the city from the prosperous town ^of Hebron. Luther Pierce of Mobridge, S. D., is in the city visiting his father, E. S. Pierce and family. He drove up from Mobridge in his automobile. OUR THREE UNBEATABLE 1910 MODELS Seats higher from the ground. They have the comfort of the old baby carriage. All complete with hoods. One Motion Collapsible Go-Cart $5.50 BODY: Frame made of flat steel, pusher inch round steel, polished black enamel finish SEAT of black leatherette with solid reclining back and adjustable foot rest. GEAR of hard steel, black enamel finish. WHEELS, 10 inches in diameter, 3/s in. tires, black enamel finish. HOOD to match seal: attached to cart. The hood is detachable. Black or Green Enameled Cart $6.50 BODY: Frame made of flat steel, finished in black enamel, pusher made of 5/8 inch steel tubing, cross handle nickle plated, the balance of the pusher finished in dark enamel. SEAT of black leatherette with solid reclining back, adjustable foot rest and nickle plated seat rail. GEAR of hard steel, black enamel finish. Trimmings are nickle plated, WHEELS are 10 inch with 1-2 inch tires, black enamel finish. HOOD to match seat attached to the cart, The hood is detachable. Black or Green Enameled Cart, full Nickle Plated $8.50 BODY: Frame made of 5-8 inch tubing, finished nickle throughout, pusher 1-2 inch round iron. SEAT of black leatherette with solid reclining back and adjustable foot rest. GEAR of hard steel, nickle finished. WHEELS 10 inches in diameter, 3/% inch tires, nickle finished. HOOD to match seat attached to cart. The hood is detachable. WEBB BROTHERS Furniture Department OLD TIMER'S MEMORIES Grand Forks, May 4.—Captain M. L. McCormick, one of the pioneer residents of North Dakota, now making his home in St. Paul, is a visitor for a few days in the city looking after some property inter ests. Captain McCormick was prom inently identified with Dakota Ter ritory away back as early as in the seventies. In fact, a chat over old times reminded the captain that Tuesday of this week was the thirty ninth anniversary of the coming down the Red river of the first steamboat, the Selkirk, and that boat trip marked the beginning of what is now the city of Grand Forks today. It was from Fort Abercrombie the boat started and the first stop was made at Georgetown, Minn. There were 175 passengers on board and among them were Captain McCor mick, Captain Aleck Griggs, Tom Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Freeman and Mr. and Mrs. John Steward, all of whom stopped at Grand Forks and located on land. "The second stop of the boat was just back of where the Northern Pacific now stands and there this little party landed in a wilderness to try their fortunes. It must have indeed seemed a wilderness for their near est white neighbor was over 80 miles away, and there was no habitation between here and the Missouri river except Fort Totten. Captain McCormick and Alexand Griggs built them a little shack about where the old woolen mill I building now stands on North Third street. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman tool up the land that is now beautiful I Lincoln Park. It was from the Free- 1 Eugene Weigel is in the city to at tend the land sale which takes place today at the United States land of fice. Attorney J. T. Hogue of Underwood was in the city over night attending to legal business. man estate that the park board pur I chased this property a year ago. 'John Steward built a stage station just about where the home of Judge Guy C. H. Cornss now stands. Oth er residents who located near this 1 little party were Nick Hoffman and |Gus Loon who built them a log hut for a haif-way house between Fort Abercrombie and Pembina, between which posts they carried the mail. For a year of two this little set tlement was all there was of Grand Forks until immigration began to come westward. When it did begin it came with a big boom. It was about two years after the landing All One-Motion Collapsible THE CELEBRATED ALLWIN GART Some Features of our 191 0 Models All steel construction, double wheel forks and wheel braces throughout. Electrically welded joints—this does away with flat steel, welded to the hub —they cant come loose. Larger and more roomy carts. •I»MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 5, 1910. of this little party of homeseekers that the first church service or school was held in Grand Forks. The Minnesota Methodist confer ence, sending its missionaries into the far west, did not overlook this settlement and a young "sky pilot" was ordered here. His first serv ices were in the cabin of the steam ier Selkirk and that evening after the men had heard him preach a few of them met in Captain McCor mick's shack to make some arrange ments to keep him here. These men were Frank Veits, James El ton, George Wheeler, Captain Griggs and Captain McCormick. They wanted a school for the chil dren and* conceived the idea of mak ing the preacher do double duty, so they offered to erect for him a building that could be used for both school house and church services and to give him the munificent sum of $45 per month to look after both. He accepted their offer with delight, and entered heartily into his duties, assisting in the building, etc. That same evening a paper was passed around for subscription and in an hour or two nearly $600 was raised. The next day some ship carpenters were taken from their duties down on the river and set to work putting up a small school building on the site where the city jail now stands. This old building is now part of the Arlington Park hotel. This was the first school building in what is now the state of North Dakota, and as Ceptain McCormick commented when telling of its erec tion: "What wonderful results the years have brought forth in that little effort. You now have a public school system, university, denomina tional schools, business colleges, etc., that compare with any in the United States." It is not quite forty years since that little company of early settlers landed, and as those old residents come back and look over the changes and compare the great west of today with the wilderness they came into, it must be gratifying to feel they have been so much a part of it. It was their courage and un daunted spirit that kept them here through the hardships of those ear ly days, never faltering but calling back constantly for their friends, telling them of the great opportuni ties for a home, gradually forming these as they came into an enterpris ing community, weeding out the bad, ernouraging the good, pushing on until the little community formed itself into the splendid city it is to day, and finally to see the great ter ritory made into a state, now one of the most progressive in the Union. CANADA LAND. We own and offer for sale on long terms, or exchange for good Burleigh county land, six good quarters in western Alberta, all within 7 miles of town. INVESTORS MORTGAGE SECURITY COMPANY. 214 Fourth St.. Bismarck. BASEBAliSCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE. Cold at Boston, Rain at Cincinnati. R. H. E. Brooklyn 1 2 2 New York 2 8 4 Batteries Bell, Welhelm and Er win Ames and Schlei. $ *$* *8» *2* $* E Pittsburg 8 8 2 Chicago 3 8 2 Batteries Write. Phillipi and! Gibson Brown and Needham. R. H. E. Cincinnati 3 6 41 St. Louis 12 8 2 Batteries Beebe, Slagel. Cove liski, McLean and Clark Harman, Bachman and Phelps. AMERICA N LEAGUE. R. H. E.! New York 4 5 4 Washington 2 6 lj Batteries Quinin and Sweeney Oberlin and Street. I R. H. E. Chicago 0 7 1 Detroit 4 8 Batteries White and Payne Mullin and Stanage. R. H. E. St. Louis 3 10 Cleveland 3 8 2 Batteries Lake, Stephens and Killifer Young and Easterly. Game called in the Nth inning on account of darkness. .J» «J. «J. «J« •$• «J. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. •J« R.H. E. 1 2 4l St. Paul 2 1 Columbus 1 5 Batteries Gehring and Spencer Goodwin. Carish and Arbogast. R. H. E. Minneapolis 4 9 1 Toledo 3 9 0 Batteries Hughes and Owens West and Land. R. H. E. Milwaukee 3 5 2 Louisville 4 10 5 Batteries Cutting, Schardt and Marshall Higginbotham, Fisher and Hughes. R. H. E. ..ansas City 10 10 3 Indianapolis 0 6 2 Batteries Rhodes and Sullivan Graham. Lindaman and Higginis. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage, executed and de livered by William Taylor, single. 1 mortgagor, to J. C. Hallum, mortga-. As the United States Supreme Court Will Appear With Charles E. Hughes as a Member THREt gee, dated the 23rd day of April, 1907, and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds in and for Bur leigh county, North Dakota, on the 9th day of July, 1907, and recorded in Book B. No. 3, of Mortgage Deeds, at page 246, and assigned by the said mortgagee to E. J. Curtin, and which said assignment is dated March 15, 1910, and recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Burleigh county, North Dakota, on the 28th day of March, 1910, and recorded in Book 9i of assignments of mortgages, at page 165, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house in the city of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, at the hour of 10 clock a. m., on the 3rd day of June, 1910, to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage on the day of the sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are described as follows: The southwest (SW!4), quarter of section twenty-five (25), in township one hundred forty (140), N. of range seventy-six (76), W. of the 5th P. M., containing 160 acres more or less, ac cording 10 the government survey thereof. There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale, the sum of $86.60, besides taxes, if any. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., April 20, 1910. E. J. CURTIN, Assignee of Mortgagee. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for Said Assignee. Bismarck. N. Dak. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage, executed and de livered by William Taylor, single, mortgagor, to J. C. Hallum, mortga gee, dated the 23rd day of April, 1907, and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds in and for Bur leigh county, North Dakota, on the 9th day of July, 1907, and recorded in Book B. No. 3, of Mortgage Deeds, at page 245, and assigned by the said mortgagee to E. J. Curtin, and which said assignment is dated March 15, 1910, and recorded in the office of the register of deeds of Burleigh county, North Dakota, on the 14th day of April, 1910, and recorded in Book 91 of assignments of mortgages, at page 173, will be foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such mortgage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house in the city of Bismarck, county of Burleigh and state of North Dakota, at the hour of 10 clock a. m., on the 3rd day of June, 1910. to satisfy the amount due upon such mortgage, on the day of the sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are described as follows: 'ihe southeast (SE1^.), quarter of section twenty-five (25), in township one hundred forty (140), N. of range 6eventy-six (76), W. of the 5th P. M... containing 160 acres more or less, ac cording to the government survey thereof. There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale, the sum of $86.60, besides taxes, if any. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., April 2#, 1910. E. J. CURTIN, Assignee of Mortgagee. COCHRANE & BRADLEY, Attorneys for Said Assignee. Bismarck, N. Dak.