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Saturday, June 4,1910.
PARDON BOARD IS PROVING GENEROUS NUMBER OF MEN WERE GRANTED THEI LIBERTY A MEET- ING FRIDAY. Have Gone About Two-thirs Througn the List Probable That the Meet ing Will Adjourn Today. The second day of the semi-annual meeting of the state pardon board re sulted in the freeing of a number of men who had been condemned to punishment by the various courts of the state. Chas. Reid, who was sent up from McHenry county in 1909 for embezzle ment, and sentenced to serve two years, was granted an unconditional pardon. His application was signed by a large number of people and the judge who tried and sentenced him, and the states, attorney who conduct ed the prosecution of the case asked that the clemency of the board be ex tended him. Albeit Haitt, who had served a sen tence from Rollette county on a charge of intent to commit rape, was restored to citizenship. Charles A. Carlson was sent to the penitentiary from Grand Forks county in 1904 to serve a sentence of four teen and a half years on the charge of robbery, and he was also granted a pardon. His application had a large number of signers and some of the jurymen who convicted him, signed the petition that was presented to the board. Heronymous Laible was sentenced from Mercer county October 26, and was to serve one year for attempted suicide, in the opinion of the board Extraordinary Wash Goods Values Very nifty line of Figured Batistes. Neat Stripes and Small Floral and Conventional figures on light backgrounds and of very attractive colorings. Batistes worth 15c and 18c f^/y Market. Day, per yd jf^ Organdies and Tissues It would be a big mistake for you to overlook these. A beau tiful line of Wash Goods, and includes some of the best and most desirable things.in Wash Fabrics. Regular prices 29c, 35c and 39c. Market Day, per yd Ladies' Jackets Every one new and a this season's garment. We can't recommend these-for style and worth too strong. Colors: black, tan, brown, attrac tive shades of green in Serges, Coverts and Fancy weaves. $ 6.75 Jackets, Market Day $4.50 $ 8.00 Jackets, Market Day $5.33 $ 9.50 Jackets, Market Day $6.33 S10.00 Jackets, Market Day $6.67 S12.00 Jackets. Market Day $8.00 $15.00 Jackets, Market Day $10.00 $16.75 Jackets. Market Day .. .$11.17 S20.00 Jackets, Market Day .'.$13.33 53 Piece Dinner Set of White Semi-Porcelain $3.40 5 Gal. Gasoline Can 52c 2 Qt. Oil Can 16c Night Lamps. All Metal 14c Glass Lamps. No. 1 28c Children's Sand Pails and Shovels..4c Quart Cups Main and Fourth Streets 4 Pie and Cake Pans 4c STARK CO. CONTEMPT GASES AVE AFFIRMED he has served enough, and. he was lib erated. The only lifer who was given his liberty was Carl Hansen, who was sent up from Ward county in 1903, after being convicted of complicity in a murd.er. He was convicted on the evidence of one Ralph who hanged for the crime in which it is claimed Han sen was an accessory. Hansen has made several efforts to get a pardon, but heretofore the trial judge and the states attorney have fought the grant ing of a pardon, but yesterday they asked that the man be released. The petition for a pardon also contained the names of eleven of the jurymen yesterday hand who heard the case and decided that Hansen was guilty. SUPREME COURT MAKES RULING AGAINST PIGGERS IN DICK- INSON. a P. T. Dillon was sentenced from cision of the lower court in the con McHenry county in 1908 to serve five tempt cases in Stark county, years on a charge of burglary. He was pardoned. Phillip Boll from Mc- .. ..... „, niots.,.,,™. «tean and Edward E. Buckland of! Prohibition law at Dickinson. Richland, were also serving sentences Heidt, Andor, MesseT, Koch and Mc-down for. burglary and they were both giv-l Andress were convicted of blind pig en their liberty. I ging and injunctions placed on the The board has considered about two buildings they occupied. They again thirds ofthat the-applications and it probable an effort will be mads to close up the work of the present session at the meeting this morning. NEW BILLIARD PARLOR. James Hedmark will open his new pool room and soft drink emporium today in the second building from the corner of Main and Fifth streets. He will occupy one of the buildings re moved thither by E. G. Patterson when making preparations for the erection of the new hotel. M. B. A. MEETING CHANGED. The M. B. A. meeting will be held1 on Monday, June 6. instead of June 8. as the Odd Fellows hall will be in use during the firemen's tourna ment, the 7th, 8th and 9th of June. Profit hy our experience and buy "Hiawatha" canned goods at Guss ner's. openedpig then buildingsf SATURDAY, JUNE 4 This Bulletin carries a message of intense interest to every shopper in this city and for miles around. The offerings are so extraordinary that they cannot fail to arouse enthusiasm and crowd this store all of Market Day 22c 25c. Children's Hose I5c These are the kind to wear. The ones that are made to play marbles and climb fences with. Lay in a supply. It will payyeu big. Market 1 Day only, per pair J. Fancy Ribbons 28c per yard Worth 38c and 49c Wide fancy Ribbons of floral and Persian design. Shades blended in such a manner that the entire scheme of color lends a soft and rich effect that is not to be excelled. BARGAIN BASEMENT Acquaint yourself with what it contains and at the same time carry off some of these bargains at excep tional prices. Just to give you a hint. Here are some of them Crepe Paper ".. .4c Vegetable Brushes 4c Clothes Lines, 30 feet 8c Scrub Brushes 8c Rotary Doughnut Cutters 8c Dover Egg Beaters 8c Lunch Boxes, Child's Size 8c Fire Shovels 8c Meat Saws 20c Meat Cleavers 16c WEBB BROTHERS Department Store The "Best of Everything BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE to be used a blind spite the injunctions and were then arrested, charged with contempt, and it was against the con viction on this charge they appealed to the higher court. The five cases were the ones in which the attorney general's office was interested in and which were worked up by the assistant attorney general, Mr. Heffron. Since the time of the instituting of these cases there has been a com plete reversal of public opinion in Stark county regarding the pig pro position, and it is stated that the city of Dickinson and other places in Stark county are practically free from places of this sort. The syllabus by the court in the cases mentioned above will be found on page three of this issue of the Tribune. Go See Busch for Shoes. BA 0UIF 5 mW Lot of Dress Goods Suitable for Children's Wear Novelty Checks and Plaids. This item offers\ an exceptiona opportunity for saving. Worth 18c, to 5oc. Mar ket Day, per yd., 12c to Lot of Dress Ginghams This is an item to which "Poor Richard's" saying "Never buy anything because it is cheap." does not apply, because ging hams are always needed. The patterns and colors in this lot are as staple as sugar. They are cheap at 12 1-2 c. Market Day price, per yd OPINION HANDED DOWN IN CO. DIVISION CASE CANDIDATES WILL HAVE TO HUS TLE TO GET THEIR NAMES ON BALLOT Five of the Defendants Will Have to Opinion Was Handed Down Late Yes Serve Their Time in Jail and Put Up a Bunch of Coin. decision affirming the de a a violation of terday Afternoon Commissioners to Be Appointed Monday. The supreme court has filed it£ opinion in the Renville and Burke county cases and the syllabus by theEpiscopal court is printed in full on page three. The decision was announced a few days ago but on account of a press of business the opinion was not handed until a quarter past six last evening. There will be considerable activity in the organization of the two coun ties from now pn. The remittatur will be sent to the clerk of the district court of Ward county this morning, but on account of the way the trains run, will not reach him in time to have any action taken before Monday. The judgment will then be entere'd on the records as directed by the higher Go See Busch for Shoes. an exceptionsl 33c 8c Ladies' 25c Jabots for 10c Thi is a value that will interest every woman in this city. Ne and exquisite styles in Neckwear that can be found only in 25c and higher grades. Mad in the long «side effect of batiste and trim med with lace inserting. Also New Dutc Collars. Don't fail to take advantage of this bargain. Market Da 10c Angel Food Pans 20c Food Grinders, Best Grade $1.08 Wash Boilers, Copper Bottom $1.08 Tub Racks, Folding ..' $1.00 Milk Pails 28c Claw Hammers 12c Flour Sifters 12c Gem Tins, 6 cups 8c Rolling Pins 12c Tacks, 500 to box 4C Our Customers from out of town will find a place to rest here FAREWELL RECEPTION TENDERED REV. MAGIN PASTOR OF METHODIST CHURCH TO LEAVE SHORTLY FOR HIS NE W POST Church Prettily Decorated and Sev eral Addresses Made Gilbreath Prepares Glowing Tribute to Guest of Honor. Fully three hundred people were congregated in the McCabe Methodist church Friday evening to wish God speed to Rev. Louis Magin, who will depart very shortly for his new charge at LaCrosse, Wis. The altar was daintily festooned with or ange bunting and banked with a pro fusion of flowers. Assistant Attorney General C. L. Young officiated as chairman of the occasion. Addresses were delivered by E. S. Pierce, representing the official board G. M. Register, representing the Sunday school Jessie Ramp, rep resenting the Epworth league and a vocal solo by Mrs. J. A. Jackso i. Owing to the enforced absent ie of Mr. W. C. Gilbreath, his address was read by Mr. J. P. Jackson. The presenta court and Gov. Burke will be notified tion of the purse was then nade by and he will appoint the county com- the Hon. C. L. Young. missioners who will then have to se lect a temporary county seat and ap point the county officers, including the auditor and when all this is done the candidates for office in the new coun ties will have to get their petitions filed by Thursday afternoon at four o'clock in order to have their names appear on the official primary ballot. A»i of which will necessitate consid erable activity on the part of all thepart: interested parties. Following the program the party repaired to the basement of the church, where they were received by the pastor and his mother. The re ception room was beautifully decorat ed in green and white, with a wealth of flowers everywhere. Light refresh ments were partaken of. The address of Mr. Gilbreath was eloquent in the extreme. He said in "Mr. Magin's career in Bismarck ranks him as one of the best organ izers and most effective ministerial laborers that has ever been associat ed with the Christian work in the capital city of this state. While his career at other points where he was stationed may have been only that !of the ordinary pastor, but the mo 'ment that the important responsibil ity was thrust upon him and the op I portunity of erecting a splendid 'church, building up a strong, healthy I congregation and crystallizing it into an effective moving force, he was equal to the occasion. The reserve powers of dominant intellect, which ordinary affairs could not move, came into action. A mind which God hadare I kept for the hour of supreme impor tanc for this church grasped the sit uation, mobilized the elements of strength, solidified them into resist less force and organized victory. His brain became clearer, his strategy 'more perfect and his confidence more serene as his grasp and power over !his congregation and friends increas- He saw a great light and as he 'pursued his purpose bis zeal increas ed until it became infectious. With exquisite skill and rare originality of resource he led his forces on to tri jumphant success. I "However, it was not always sun shine, but on the contrary, there were many days of darkness, days when jthe burden seemed greater than he could bear, but he never faltered, 1 never lost hope, because his trust I was in God and he felt and fervently «believed during this time that his purpose of securing funds to con struct this church bore the stamp of 'that power which had created all things. There exists, however, in 'every age, masterful men, who are masterful because they see with clear vision the course of events and fear-i ilessly act upon the forecast. This 'was Mr. Magin's-fortunate gift with this congregation and this edifice. "When the subject of building such a beautiful church was first suggest ed, it was looked upon as an impos sible project, and is scarcely excited interest, but the intense fervor and zeal displayed by Mr. Magin and hisAnderson, 'small coterie of ardent supporters I very soon began to make a deep im Ipression. But even then some of hisfered trustees and stewards were doubting Thomases. "When at last these men saw the I plans of Mr. Magin and his stalwart 'lieutenants did not contemplate fail ure, they yielded and joined the forces of progress. "The victory was a campaign against immense and overawing odds, and against almost the unanimous opinions of people within as well as without the church. "The number of men who can lead (in a community are few. Their un approachable position has been reach ed because no one else could have done their work or accomplished their task. They appear only in those crises when there is something great to be accomplished. Mr. Magin suc ceeded because he strengthened the wavering, encouraged the faint-heart ed and lent courage and inspiration to the strong. "Doubtless Mr. Magin feels that his work in Bismarck is accomplish ed and in other and broader fields he can accomplish more. "For nearly six years his work of making out of his fellow citizens bet '. ter men and women, inculcating into the young minds those ideas of mor ality and righteousness which will in after life assist in the world's strug- 1 gle for power and position, has met with gratifying results. "His departure is a source of gen eral regret,' not only by the members of this church, but by the people of Bismarck generally, who have wit nessed his triumphs and realized that his influence and labors have done ivery much indeed to place this city ion a higher and better plan morally •and religiously. "We congratulate his prospective congregation on their good fortune in securing such a zealous pastor, faith ful minister, conscientious man. Chris tian gentleman and tireless worker in the vineyard of his Master. His friends in Bismarck are legion and the good, great and grand work he has acomplished will live and be re membered after his life's labors are ended, and after he is called to re- Aids Nature The great success of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis covery in curing weak stomachs, wasted bodies, weak lungs, and obstinate and lingering coughs, is based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplier Nature with body-build ing, tissue-repairing, nustic-siaking materials, in con densed and concentrated IJITvi. With thi: help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest food, build up the body aad thereby throw off lingering obstinate coughs. The "Discovery" reestablishes the digestive and nutritive organs in sound heclth, purifies and enriches the blood, and nourishes the nerves—i:i short establishes sound vigorous health. your dealer offers something "last as iood," it is probably better FOR HIM-—it pays better. But you are thinking of the cure not the profit, mo there's nothing "fust as &ood" for you. Say BO. Dr. Pierre's Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English or, Med* icine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date Edition, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing only. Cloth-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. ceive his just reward from the hand that has molded and fashioned his ministerial career here, and from whom he asked daily "guidance in his great task of building up this con gregation and erecting this beautiful church." PIONEER FIRE CO. COMING TO FRONT MAKING GREAT PREPARATIONS FOR COMING TOURNAMENT HERE Band Has Been Secured and Work Started on Decorations All Mem bers Working Hard. The members of the Pioneer Fire company are putting forth their best efforts towards making the approach ing convention and firemen's tourna ment a huge success. Several of their members were in strumental in getting a local body of musicians sufficiently enthused so that they will have a Bismarck band dur ing the occasion. Messrs. McDonald and Willcox are laboring hard to erect a grand stand and bleachers at the scene of the As sociation races, and will have the seats completed in ample time for public use. But the company's endeavors are not limited to a few. All of the boys pulling hard for the welfare of the convention, and if there is any thing left undone, it will not be the fault of the Pioneer Hose company. In fact, the members of all the local companies are putting their shoulders to the wheel, and visitors to this city as well as our townsmen are assured of a rattling good time here next Tuesday. Wednesday and Thursday. BRIBERY CASES TO COME UPON MONDAY CASES WILL BE TRIED BY ATTOR NEY GENERAL AND STATES ATTORNEY. Frank McCormick and Wm. Empting Charged With Attempting to Bribe a Juror in the Empting Case. The case in which Wm. Empting and Frank McCormick are charged with attempting to bribe a juror who was on the jury which tried Wm. Empting, this week for a violation of the pro hibition law. will be called in district court on Monday, June 6. The prosecution of the case will be conducted by States Attorney Stev ens and the attorney general's office, .there are, of course, two stories in regord to the alleged attempt to bribe the prosecuting witness in the case, and it is stated that there will be a rather strong defense of when the case comes up for trial. Stove. Five Cayou McLean Soo Hotel Building Phone S3 Our Motto—QUALIT Saturday Specials HOOD RIVER BERRIES No Job Lot Fancy Stock 2 boxes 25c NE W BEETS 2 bunches 25c HOUSE GROWN ASPARAGUS Milletts, 3 bunches 25c LEAF LETTUCE Large bunches 5c CUCUMBERS Extra Large, 2 for 25c TOMATOES Per basket, 40c CHOICE JAPAN RICE 4 lbs. 25c JAP ROSE SOAP 4 bars 25c BAKING POWDER 16-oz. can 15c DUTCH CLEANER 2 cans 15c 3-lb CAN WHITE CHERRIES Regular 25c grade per can 20c YEAST FOAM 3 pkgs 10c Telephone Orders sentCO. D. ATTENTION!! To those who wish to cook in comfort and contemplate buying an oil or gasoline stove, we want you to call and let us tell you about the new Perfection Blue Flame Oil The only stove to do your cooking on during the hot summer months—no surrounding heat, no smoke, no disagreeable odors. We are making very exceptionally low prices as you will notice. 2-Burner.$7., With Cabinet $10.75 3 Burner $9. with Cabinet $13. Double oven, extra 2.50 We sell the best goods at prices as low as the lowest, at Bismarck Hardware Co.