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III '•i Two .'*'.i,t»,: 1 ft- •it!' &!*'• •Mi- .*.«M»M*M»»» .' t* The Pioneer Abstract Office cf the County Abstracts guaranteed by Surety Bond of $10,000 filed in the office af the County Auditor. TH E CIT NEW TRAINMASTER. F. C. Huntington, chief clerk in the office of General Manager G. A. Good ell, of the Northern Pacific, has been promoted to trainmaster on the new lines being built out of Mandan. F. M. Anderson, chief clerk of the gen eral superintendent at Duluth, has been appo.nted to Mr. Huntington's place in St. Paul. TENNIS COURTS CLOSED. The tennis courts will be closed for a few days while the surface is treat ed to a coating of oil. Notice of re opening will be given in this paper. TO ATTEND INSTALLATION J. D. Healow and wife went to Far go Saturday to attend the banquet of the Knights of Columbus and also the installation of the new bishop O'Reilly. JUDGE GOSS FILES Judge E. B. Goss of Minot stopped in the city on Saturday on his way home from Dickinson, where he has been holding court for Judge Craw ford. While in the city hefiledhis petition as a candidate for a seat on the supreme bench. MEMORIAL SERVICES Taxes Paid for Non-residents Byrne's Abstract Reports issued twice a week, contain the current real estate transfers of the county. TO ATTEND EXERCISES. County Superintendent R. A Mc-6th, Galmont of Logan county came up from Napoleon to attend the Memor ial day exercises today and tomor row. He is a candidate in the primar ies for the nomination for represen tative to the state legislature. Memorial day services will be ob served in the Baptist church at 11which o'clock today. Special music. Ser mon: "The Trumpet Call of the 0fr'tu MARION & FINLEY Their Original Novelty Comedy Sketch Trying to Make Good References Bismarck Baak First National Bank P. E. BYRNE Official Abstracter of Titles for Burleigh County BISMARCK, N. 0. Any County Official of Burleigh County Bismarck, N. D. Hour." Eight p. m.: Illustrated bible reading and baptisms. CLUB MEETING POSTPONED The Monday club will meet with Miss Williams, Seventh street, June Monday afternoon, at 2:30. BREAKING UP LAND Pretty Rock Sentinel: As a result of the sale of the railroad land a great amount of prairie is being brok en in this part of the county this spring. The contracts require that one-tenth of the tillable area shall be broken up the first year. So much at least the Northern Pacific has to its credit. The speculators who bought the land to sell again will at least have to help to improve the country. WHERE IS THE GAME WARDEN? Some of the farmers near McKen zie would like to know where the game wardens keep themselves. There are several extra gangs of 200 men working on the road near here and several of them can be seen out mornings and evenings shooting off the ducks and robbing the duck's nests in the McKenzie sloughs. If the sportsmen want any shooting this fall they had better see that some body watch these parties who are now killing off the ducks. A FARMER. McKenZie, N. D., May 28. HAS MANY FRIENDS One of the pioneer residents and practical farmers of this section is Mr. W. M. House, who owns a half section of land near Wyndmere. For ten years he was superintendent of Richland county schools, is well edu cation and a fine penman. Mr. House is a genial, kindly gentleman, thor oughly qualified to fill the position to he aspires.—Advt. Go See Busch for Shoes. "THE DAYLIGHT STORE" The "AMERICAN BOY" Outing Shoe The best boys shoe made for every-day hot weather wear. Light weight, easy, cool, flexible like a glove. Soles as tough as rawhide. The upper leather is genuine Menz "Ease" process of tan nage always soft and pliable. $ 2 & 2 5 0 according to size Same in mens, called Menz 'Ease" $3. and $3.50 Our store is open Wednesday and Saturday nights Closed all other nights at 6:30 The "Clever Clothes" Store S. E. BERGESON & SON Real Estate and Investments FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED O. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. ++-+++++++t*4+++++++++*'+++*+++++++i++*i++++++++!0+++++o+d S, N F. J. HMSgW T. J. BISMARCK ELECTRIC CO. E a W in a S as I S A N Phono 489 108 Third Street ^^~n rrr in ii ii ii SStsssit'wfti ijt-sjaj '•. ii»'^3.. sh •'•W''*§Y) ••fa.m.. The transfer of Rev. A. Lincoln Shute of Wisconsin to the North Da kota conference bring to the city of Bismarck one of the ablest preachers in the state of Wisconsin. He is a forcible speaker and a strong leader, and the Methodists of this, city are to be congratulated on having se cured such an excellent preacher. The McCabe church under his pas torate will certainly grow. A. Lincoln Shute was born in Bra- man's Corners, Schenectaday county, New York, February 15, 1865. Just before his birth, his father, Lewis P. Shute, had met President Lincoln while on a visit to Washington, and was so charmeu with his wonderful personality, that there was only one name for his youngest son, Abraham Lincoln. At the age of four the family mov ed to Winneshiew county, Iowa, where the father died just six weeks after their arrival. After three years on the prairies the widowed mother was married to William Garrison of Dixon, Iill., and Illinois became the home of the subject of our story for almost all of the rest of his life up to the very recent past. Up to the age of fifteen young Lin coln was working on the farm nine months of the year and attending the district school the other three months, finding his recreation mornings and evenings in the care of the stock, milking the cows, and attending to such other duties as fall to the lot of a boy on the farm during the winter. At the age of fifteen he entered the Academy of Mt. Morris college, Mt. Morris, Iill., from which he graduat ed after three years, and at once entered the freshman class in the 'college. That winter, however, he taught a district school, and the fol lowing fall moved with his mother, now widowed a second time, to Car thage, 111., where for two years he continued his studies in Carthage college. Shortly after his arrival at Carthage he was* licensed to preach and at the age of nineteen he was ap pointed pastor of the Elm Tree cir cuit, Central Illinois conference, which place he filled for twenty-one months while he continued his college course. He then entered Cornell college, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, and graduated with the class of 1887, receiving the degree UI Bachelor of Arts. That fall he was enrolled as a stu dent in Drew Theological seminary, MadiBon, New Jersey, and in three years received the degree of Bache lor of Divinity. The same year he presented his thesis for his Master's degree and received the same from his Alma Mater. In the fall following his gradua tion from the theological school, he A E RAN D-Sunday,Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday SOMETHING ABOUT THE NEW METHODIST PASTOR STATED TO BE ONE OF THE STRONGE8T WORKERS IN THE WIS CONSIN CONFERENCE—18 AUTHOR OF SEVERAL BOOKS—IS A FORCIBLE SPEAKER AND A STRONG LEADER—CHURCH WILL CONTINUE TO PROSPER. BI8MAB0K DAILY TRIBUNE Biggest Vaudeville and Picture Show Ever Presented in Bismarck For VANN & HOFFMAN The Dutchman and the other guy A Laugh a Minute Julia Mae Gradie Mezzo Soprano No Advance in Prices Excellent Picture Program was received on trial in his home conference, the Rock River, in north ern Illinois. Here he remained for eighteen years, nine years outside of Chicago and nine years in that city. During this time he was pastor for five years at La Salle. His last pas torate in the city was Wesley church, on the North Side, near Lincoln park. Two years ago he was transferred to First church, La Crosse, Wis. In 1904 he published a book entitled "The Fatherhood of God." Before this he had published privately for the benefit of bis bible class, "A Syl labus of a Chronological Study of the History and Prophets of Israel and Judah." On June 18, 1887, Mr. Shute was united in marriage to Miss Nellie Haney, daughter of the Rev. James W. Haney, D. D., of the Central Il linois conference, and grand-daughter 'of the Rev. Richard Haney, D. D., one of the greatest pioneer preachers of Ithe northwest. Mrs. Shute is the daughter, grand-daughter, great-grand daughter, niece, cousin, sister and wife of preachers, and all but one were Methodists. Six children have blessed their union. Two boys left them in infancy for the better home. They now have a family of two daugh ters and two sons. The elder daugh is a freshman in college, the sec ond daughter is a junior in high school, the older son enters high school this fall, and the younger is a boy just finishing the first grade. Mr. Shute's mother always made' her home with her boy. Last Octo ber the final messenger called and she gladly answered the summons, and at the age of eighty she closed her earthly career to begin the heavenly over there. VALLEY CITY NORMAL NOTES The May music festival Monday and Tuesday was one of the greatest musical events in the history of the state. The famous Minneapolis Sym phony Orchestra of sixty pieces, was assisted by four splendid vocalists, and several fine choruses of local singers. The class in rhetoric is devoting a. part of the work in oral composition to story telling for children. Bird study is popular these days. Several volunteer classes, led by Miss Todd, Dr. Fuffum, Mr. Johnson and •others, are making the acquaintance of the many varieties of feathered songesters this neighborhood boasts of. It has been decided to hold the commencement exercises this year at 10 o'clock Thursday morning, June 23, instead of in the evening as has been the custom heretofore. The pupils of the local school en joyed a picnic Thursday afternoon. Several new tennis courts are be ing constructed on the hill back of the normal, for the use of. the students. As the publication time of the first senior annual approaches, much in terest is being shown in the new pub lication. The Blizzard will contain 160 pages of reading matter and il lustrations reflecting the life of the normal from the students' point of view. It is expected to be on sale the first week in June. The seniors have been busy finish ing their theses which must be sub mitted at this time. A list of theWhite probable June graduates has been posted on the bulletin board. E. J. Raymond was a visitor from Dawson Saturday. C. L. Hull and wife, came down from Plaza Saturday afternoon. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Mary A Lewis will regret to learn of her ill ness yesterday. She is an occasional sufferer from asthma and yesterday suffered from an exceptionally severe attack. Mr. E. W. Siegfried of Springdale, Pa., a brother of D. F. Siegfried of argo, was a visitor at the state capi tol yesterday. He is interested in North Dakota properties and Is con templating further investments. Mr. and Mrs. James Casey and son returned last evening from a most enjoyable .trip to the Pacific coast, visiting at the different points of in terest along the route. S. A. Fisher, Michael and John Baumgartner and George Aberle were up from Strasberg Saturday. George O. Peter and Mrs. A. C. Mehi were arrivals from Napoleon on Saturday afternoon. Judge E. T. Burke of Valley City was in the city Saturday noon to file his petition as a candidate for judge on the supreme bench. PRESS COMMENTS Popular Candidate. Mott Pioneer Press: Geo. H. Stone has decided to become a republican candidate for state insurance commis sioner, and will have the united strength of the stalwarts behind him. His petitions are being circulated and it looks like George would be a win ner. The Slope ought to be for Mr. Stone solid. Casselton Reporter: Congressman Hanna's popular face appears in our FOR Good Shoes AND Shoe '^lR!B5BSISiSS?w^^"i:'*»«»TOIs 3iB,,,, iring GO SEE NED The Tyrells -MARJIE In a Brand New Act—Re-engaged by special request of Numerous Grand Patrons CHURCH SOCIAL The young ladies of St. Mary's church will give a social Monday afternoon and evening. The Ladies' Altar society will have a sale of fancy articles. Everybody is invited. THE BISMARCK EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Will find the help you want, or the position you desire. Over First Na tional Bank. Phone 270. THE CAPITOL STEAM LAUNDRY We are giving especial attention to Hand Finished Work also shirts and collars. A part or all your laundry work solicited. Our wagons will call PHONE 2 2 0 THE GOLDEN RULE GROCERIES and NOTIONS HOOD RIVER STRAWBERRIES, Potato Chips, per pkg 10c 3 boxes for 50c Beginning Saturday morning, May Cucumbers, each 05c 27, we will commence our RED TAG uarge bunch Onions 10c SALE. This is something new. See Tomatoes, fancy, per basket 50c circulars and wonder how such prices Bananas, 2 doz. for 35c can be made and leave a profit. We Lettuce, per bunch 05c assure you we did not steal them but Large bunch Radishes 10c got them on purpose to sell and not Rheubarb, 4 lbs. for 25c to keep. Wax String Beans, per lb. 25c Come early to avo.u the rush, as Beats, per bunch 10c our place is small. Carrots, per bunch 05c McCONKEY & SON PHONE 209 CORNER SIxTH and BROADWAY list of candidates this week. He needs no introduction through all this region, and two years ago he demonstrated his popularity in the state. He has made an able con gressman and the state can not do better than continue him as a repre sentative. Sunday, May 29,1910. Second Annual MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL To Be Held at the STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AUDI TORIUM, VALLEY CITY, N. D. May 30 and 31. 1910. Under the direction of Howard El son Goodsell, Dean of the Conserva tory. Always Foun Together WINSTOIt, FISHER CO.. DtaMkuter. Mliuiaapelis, Minn. Four concerts are given during the two days, in each one of whish the MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCH ESTRA of 60 pieces, under Emil Ober hoffer, conductor, will appear. There will be seven superb solo artists, the Valley City Choral society of 125 voices, the Ladies' Glee club of 20 voices that rivals in artistic rendition any similar organization in the coun try, and the Men's Glee club, one of the strongest organizations of the music work at Valley City. The final evening concert, Haydn's masterpiece, "THE CREATION," will be presented. For circulars, diagrams of the audi torium and tickets, address HOWARD E. GOODSELL Valley City, N. D. 'tafCtacw QXa/sx .'«j I 4