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The Pioneer Abstract Office of the County Abstract* guaranteed by Surety Bond of $10,000 tiled In the office of the County Auditor. TH E CIT SPECIAL SERVICES. Bishop Mann will be in Bismarck today and will preach at the Episco pal church tomorrow, morning and evening morning at 11 o'clock, and evening at 8 o'clock. Bishop Mann is an earnest and/ eloquent preacher and teacher and will doubtless be greete' with large congregations on both occasions. INTERNATIONAL PLANS HERE Manager H. J. Geiermann, of the International Harvester company, has received the plans and specifications for the new building to be erected at Bismarck. The bids will be re-Paul, ceived until one o'clock p. m., June 1, and plans and specifications may be seen at the local office. The building is to be a four story struc ture and will probably cost upwards of $50,000. 13 PLEA8ED. D. Adams returned to Menoken to day to attend to personal business matters. He is much pleased with the prospects in this end of the state, and with the development of the city since his last visit. A WELCOME ARRIVAL. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Belk Thursday afternoon IS END0R8ED. Henry Mann, one of the state rail road commissioners and a candidate for re-election, passed through the city Friday ,on his way home from Chicago. He has been endorsed by both factions of the republican party for re-election. A FISTIC DUEL. There was a fistic encounter on the street Thursday afternoon, between two young gallants of the high school. The quarrel is reported by those who know, to have been over some fair maiden. One of the rivals received a badly discolored eye as the result of EVER TIME We make a sale at our store— we know we've made a friend for our store. That's the re- ward we get from selling good clothes—clothes that actually, fit and possess the style that require no apologies Every day some one compli ments us on the nature of our apparel, whether in Suits, Fur- nishings or Shoes. That better class always predominates. From now on our store will be open every Wednesday even- ing for the convenience of those who cannot call at other, times. B. 4. References Bismarck Bank First National Bank P. E. BYRNE 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. The "Clever Clothes" Store Any Comity Official of Burleigh County Bismarck, N. D. the trouble, but no further damage was done with the fists. There was some execution done with the same kind of a weapon with which Sam son on one occassion slew three thou sand of his enemies. ATTRACTS ATTENTION. The stone crusher that is at work on Fifth street is watched all day by a crowd of people, who wonder at the way in which it chaws up the granite rocks. It is a revelation to those who have never seen them at work. DISTRICT COURT. The district court resumed its ses sion Friday morning, and the case of Henry Anderson was given to themarck Jury, which in a short time render ed a verdict in his favor. He waswell. sued by Metzger and company of St. for an account due for intox icating liquors sold to him some years ago, and his defense was that the sale was void, being made for theForks purpose of violating the prohibition law, and he made the defense stick and will not have to pay the bill. The case of the state against Rey nolds was called and a jury secured about noon and the trial was going on at the time court adjourned. This is the case of the young man who was short In his accounts at the Dodge Elevator company at Baldwin some 92,000. TENNI8 COURTS READY The capital city tennis club has completed the work on its new courts at the home of Mrs. W. A. Falconer, on Third street, and the grounds are the sister of the happy mother, and:ready for use. The members of theschools i-en has been receiving the congratu latioins of his friends since the hap py event. club are invited to begin their play at any time now. VISITING AT THE CAPITOL Attorney Shaw of Mandan was inpared the city yesterday and was calling on the officials at the capltol build ing. Mr. Sahw was formerly state's attorney In Morton county. Billings county schools which occur tonight at that place. ADMITTED TO PRACTICE J. E. Beum of Mandan appeared before the supreme court Friday af- S. E. BERGESON & SON Real Estate and Investments FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED P. O W E N S Tribune Bid*., Bismarck. 1 f. 4. MMM, MsMger T. BISMARCK ELECTRIC eO Cle)otrioal Wirin and Suppliem I S A N D. •hos 499 108 Third Street WILL ADDRESS GRADUATE8 Deputy State Superintendent Tay lor goeB our to Sentinel Butte on No, 3 today to address the people at the I to the ordinance requiring tags to be county graduating exercises of the placed on all dogs, and McDonald W 4. terhoon and was admitted to prac tice. It Is understood that Mr. Beum will take up the practice of bis pro fession at Fort Clark, one of the new Morton county towns on the new ex tension of the Northern Pacific. ENTERTAINED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Richmond en tertained a few of their friends Thursday at a six o'clock dinner, af ter which the evening was spent in playing 500. Those present were Messrs. and Mesdames Burnett, Ar nott, Bergeson, Miss Kliene, Mr. Ray mond Bergeron and Mr. Ordway. HERALD MAN HERE. E. E. Rorapaugh, of the Grand Herald, was among the guests in the city yesterday. He has a sec tion of land south of Moffit and sold it to Frank Fox, the hustling- land man, who never misses a chance to pick up a good bargain. Rorapaugn is veil satisfied with the deal, and thinks there is a great future for Bismarck and Burleigh county. HIGH SCHOOL CONFERENCE Grand Forks is the mecca for all heads of high schools in the state for the balance of the week, as the annual conference with the president of the university is being held there now. The principals of the high meet with the president of the university once each year that they may agree upon certain things in the couree of study in the schools that the pupils may be better pre for their entrance to college. TO DOG HEAVEN. Just to show that the dog ordi nance is to be enforced, Chief of Po lice McDonald executed a couple of more canines Friday. The city audi tor has inserted a notice in this is sue of the Tribune calling attention says that the law will be enforced up to the letter from this time on. NO HIT, NO RUN GAME St. Mary's baseball team, with Horner and Moylan as the battery, played the Flickertails to a stand still yesterday evening. The final score was 3 to 0 in favor of the MARRIED THURSDAY. At the Bellisle residence in this city Thursday -afternoon occurred the mar riage of Mr. George Bellisle and Ida Rowe, both of this city. The young couple are well and favorably known here and have the congratulations and -well wishes of a host of friends. They will continue to make their home in the city where the groom (3 employed. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 21. 1910. MANY NEW ATTORNEYS Clerk of the Supreme Court R. O. Hosklns is kept busy these days tak ing care of the correspondence from young men who have a desire to break Into the law game. There will be a session of the supreme court held in Grand Forks soon for thedesires purpose of passing on the qualifica tions of the applicants and there seems to be an unusually large num ber of people who desire to take the examination. MRS. STEVENS IMPROVING. A. letter from Hon. R. N. Stevens at Chicago, states that Mrs. Stevens is improving but it will be some days before she can be out. It is hopec she will be released from quarantine the latter part of the week, and Mr. and Mrs. Stevens expect to be home the middle of the coming week, if all goes well. "Steve" is s-nxious to getacross home because of the term of district court in session, in which he is in-it terested as states attorney, as well as in some civil cases, but does not feel that he can return until Mrs. Stevens is well enough to make the trip. Bis friends will be pleased to learn that Mrs. Stevens is progressing so ONEY FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. According to a statement that has been issued from the office of the state superintendent of public in struction, Burleigh county is entitled to $12,197.50 for the May apportion ment from the school land fund. This is a percapita apportionment of $4.10 on a school population of 2,975, and is the largest apportionment that has ever been made in the county. The money has been paid over to County Treasurer Kositzky and la now to thetions. credit of the school.fund of Burleigh county. A COOD MAN IN CONGRESS Medina Citizen: This week we are publishing the political announce ment of Representative L. B. Hanna, who is out for re-nomination. Mr. Hanna is one of the well known busi ness men of Fargo, being president of the First National bank and iden tified with other enterprises. He iswe a successful business man in the fullest sense of the word, and hast also made good as representative, to which office he was elected two years ago. He has stood for the best in terests of the state of North Dakota, and we believe that when the people find such a man as Hanna Is it will pay them to re-elect Mm to office as long a's they can he persuaded to run. The older states in the east keep their senators and representa tives in office term after term and as a conquence they secure prestige and are in a position to do more for their constituency than any one term man ever could, no matter how brilliant or hard a worker he was. We be-pealed lieve in having good men represent North Dakota at Washington, and we believe that L. B. Hanna is the,tt right man to send hack as repre sentative. GOOD WE8TERN TIMBER. Fargo Forum: George H. Stone of Mott, Hettinger county, has announc himself as a candidate for commis sioner of insurance on the republican ballot at the June primaries. is a young Man 27 years of age, who has made his home in this state for the past eight years and has been very actively identified with the republican party. He is a graduate of the Uni versity of Minnesota and studied law in the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, Is states attorney of Hetting er county, which position he has held continuously since the organization of the county. He has been actively engaged in the insurance business for the past six years, is a lawyer of very good standing in his home com munity, vouched for by many friends in the Missouri Slope and elsewhere in the state, and a practical and well posted insurance man. If he is elected his profession and experience will enable him to carry on the pro gressive policies now Inaugurated in the office. Besides being well quali fied, Mr. Stone is practically the only candidate for state office from the empire west of the Missouri river and the support of the republican Voters. A CONFEDERATE BILL. Braddock News: Recently an el derly lady, who had movod from an eastern state about a year since", En tered the Emmons County State bank of this city and producing a May 20, 1910.' vworn $50 bill, stated that she wished to make a time deposit of that .sum. The denomination was rather large, and an examination showed that it was undoubtedly genuine—Confeder ate States of America, being written its face. The holder of he bill is without blame as she supposed represented the coin of the relm. It was received in payment for goods at an auction sale Just before the lady came west, and she knows from whom it was received. "POOR MAN'S CANDIDATE" Minot Optic: Herman Mitbo of Donnybrook, the "poor man's candi date" for the United States senate, today sent his petition to Bismarck to be placed on file by Secretary of State Alfred Blaisdell. Mr. Mitbo's petition contains something like 800 names and from now on he will make an active campaign to round up the20, "poor man's" vote which, If "Doc" Purcell's "maiden speech" can be tak en as a crltetlon, must be of enor mous proportions in this state. Good Business The Union Mercantile Co. have en joyed a nice business since their phones were burned out Tuesday morning. But Mr. Rheade says their phone service will be resumed Sat urday for the greater convenience of their many friends. TAG YOUR DOG8 Notice is hereby given that the police department has received in structions to take up all dogs not tagged and all dog downers wishing to save their dogs must at once ob tain tags for same. F. E. YOUNG, City Auditor. HAIR HEALTH St.ly Mary's team, and the Flickertails did not get a single hit oft Horner dur ing the game. The battery for thewe nickertail aggregation was Grsce, McPhee Baker and Powell. IF YOU HAVE 8CALP OR HAIR TROUBLE, TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS OFFER We could not afford to so strong endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and continue to sell is as we do, if were not certain that it would do all we claim it will. Should our enthusiasm carry us away, and Rex all "93" Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users, they would lose faith in us and our statements, and in consequence our business prestige would suffer. Therefore, when we assure you that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will promptly eradicate dand ruff, stimulate hair growth and pre vent premature baldness, you may rest assured that we know what we are talking about. Out of one hundred test cases, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic gave entire satisfaction in ninety-three cases. It has been proved that it will grow hair even on bald heads, when, of course, the baldness had not existed for so long a time that the follicles, which are the roots' of the hair, had not become absolutely lifeless. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is vastly different from other similar prepara W believe that it will do more than any other human agency toward restoring hair growth and hair health. It is not greasy and will not gum the scalp or hair or cause permanent stain. It as pleasant to use as pure cold water. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guarantee, that your money will be cheerfully refund ed without question or quibble If it does not do as we claim. Certainly can offer no stronger argument. I comes in two sizes, prices 50 cents and $1.00. Remember you can ob tain it only at our store,—The Rexall Store. The Lenhart Drug Co.. Utilizing the Waste Product. A parish in the highlands bad been cut.off from communication with the nearest town owing to a severe storm. Sopplles began to give out, and the minister was much perturbed in mind, as his snuffbox was quite empty. The Sabbath came round. How was be to get through bis discourse without the aid of usual stimulant? ap to bis faithful henchman, the sexton. Alas, he was in a similar un satisfactory predicament! How was to be remedied? Andrew shook'his 'head, thought long and suddenly dis appeared. Presently he returned with something resembling snuff wrapped carefully In paper. The minister took hearty pinch or two and then asked: -Where did you get it, Andrewr Please, air, I Just went andsweeplt the pulpit oomV was the reply-Dnn* CORNELIUS VANDERBILT PER FECTING PLAN FOR ROOSE VELT RECEPTION (American Press Service.) New York, May 19—Special.—Cor nelius Vanderbilt, chairman of the Roosevelt reception committee, has received a cablegram from the colonel announcing that be will not change' his plans for his arrival In New York. June 18 has been set as the day, theTo ship being due to arrive in the New York harbor at 9 o'clock in the morn ing. Chairman Vanderbilt has called a meeting of the committee for MayBe when the final plans will be gone over in detail and sent to Colonel Roosevelt for his approval. What They Say Dr. Adams: I have some 2,700 acres of land in Burleigh county and consider It a splendid property. I do not know of any city of its size east of the Rockies that shows a better and more substantial growth than Bismarck. There Is a go-ahead spirit among the business men that is do ing wonders. I bought a number of pieces of land when It was not con sidered as good property as it is now, and it is increasing in value right along. There is a great demand for good land. I am putting in corn and a variety of crops and expect good re sults. Tm Golden Rule 6K0CERIES and NOfUINS STRAWBERRIES, per box ... .15 New Beets, 3 bunches I0.2& String Beans, per lb. ••. &* Large bunch Radishes, 3 for .26 Large bunch Onions .OS Cucumbers, 3 for Ripe Tomatoes, per basket 40 Large fancy Pineapple .25 New Potatoes, per peck .•& Turnips, per bunch 05 Head Lettuce, per bunch .05 Silver skin Onions, 3 lbs. .25 Perfection Blend Coffee, a regu lar 35c grade, per lb .28 We ask you to be patient with us for a few days about delivering, as our phone is answered at Bergeson & Sons store, which compels us to go there to get the orders before we can deliver. McConkey & Son PEONB 209. Corner Sixth and Broadway When Teddy Gets to William'* House. [Colonel Theodore Roosevelt expects to be Emperor William's guest at Berlin on May 12, 13. 14 and 15.] When Teddy goes to William's heuse and hangs his hat up there 'Twill be a memorable day—a day "be yond compare." Caesar ever could have bad Napoleoa for his guest The world would have sat up, indeed, and shown 'some Interest. But no more than It will display when Teddy ttrlkes BerUn And, ringirg William's doorbell, hear* that monarch say, "Come In!" When Teddy goes to William's they sit down alone talk things over, what a pair will then. end there be shown! We may be sure that they wlU not when they have got together satisfied to talk about their waichee or the weather. Ah, what a fortune would be his who might contrive to get faithful motion picture of the two when they have met! When Teddy goes to William's boose they will not sit and yawn And twirl their thumbs and wish that' there was something going on. There will not be a moment whoa the In terest will cease, For each ir.?y be depended on to plainly1 I speak his piece. They'll take up every subject, and therm do it to a turn, And all the rulers may expect their preJ olous ears to burn. 8. & Xlser la Chloago 3Uoer«.Xerald. 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