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r- .* -4 Friday, June 17, 1910. The Oakmount ciuo of( Pittsburg, was second, with 41 down, while the Denver and Memphis Country clubs were tied for third with 42 down. The Exmoor club of Chicago, finished fifth with 47 down. Three of the above teams finished among the first five last year. Denver WILL BE GOLF TOM MORRIS MEMORIAL CUP IS E ONE BEING CONTESTED FOR AT PRESENT I E ENERAL AVERAGE OF SCORES IS RATHER LOWER THA N USUAL—TROPHY REMAINS IN POSSES- SION OF VICTORS FOR A YEA R. Chicago, June 16.—The Los Angeles Country Club probably will succeed the Denver Country Club as the holder of the Tom Morris Memorial golf trophy, according to the unofficial re turns of the second annual compe tition today. The Los Angeles team of eight finished 34 down againist par. won the first competition in memory of the "Grand Old Man of Golf" at 16 down. Memphis wa-t third last year and Exmoor finished fifth this year and also last year. The general average of scores was lower this time than in the first com petition. Practically all the prominent clubs of the Western Golf association were represented in the competition. The trophy will remain in possess ion of the winning club for one year It will become the permanent proper ty of the club winning it five years, not necessarily in succession. TW O EXTR A HIGH-GRAD THE BOX SPRING contains 130 highly tempered coil springs all tied by steel wire and I covered with thirty pounds of Imperial cotton felt. This box spring is guaranteed for 5 years, j. Special Price $15.00 »+*+».+++«***+++*»•*+++' JOHN DEAL DIES IN CALIFORNIA WAS OLD TIME RESIDENT OF SOUTHERN PART OF COUNTY. O. H. Beal Receives Message Telling of Brother's Death at Long Beach. Death Due to Heart Failure. O. H. Beal, of Bismarck, received word Wednesday of the death of his brother, John P. Beal, at Long Beach, Cal., which occurred Friday morning, June 10, at 9:45 a. m. The deceased was an old and respected resident of Burleigh county in the early days and had a host of friends and acquain tances who will grieve to learn of his death. John P. Beal was born at Anson, Me., in May, 1840. In the winter of 1882 he removed to North Dakota and went to work for his brother on the latter's farm in Boyd township. The following year he filed on a home stead and tree claim in Telfar town ship and in due 3eason proved up on the same. He resided on his farm ARE YOU PREPARED to entertain a friend or a transcient during the week? Several hundred people will be unable to get hotel accomodations this week. If you haue a spare room, equip it with a bed, spring and mattress, or a steel couch or even a cot, and you will get good returns on the investment- We Have a Complete Stock of Beds, Springs, Mattresses, Steel Couches, Cots You will earn the cost of your investment in no time at all and secure a bran new outfit free. This is your chance. Will you accept it? We are headquarters for all kinds of bedding and dependable Furniture and Floor Coverings ••••A W. LUCAS CO.-' BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE until five years ago, when he and his family moved to Long Beach. Mrs. Beal died there two years ago. The deceased is survived by one daughter, Hazel, who was with him at the hour of his death, mid by four brothers: O. H. Beal, of Bismarck, N. D. S. A. Beal, of Helena, Mont. James L. Beal, of San Francisco, Cal, and A. E. Beal, of Florada. Inter ment was made at Long Beach. He was buried beside his wife. With the Crescent Trio, the Big Hit at the Grand for the Latter Part of the Week. Remember the shoe sale at Carl Juhnke'3 Shoe Store on Fifth street. E SPECIAL S IRON BED with heavy two inch continuous posts, extra strong filling rods strengthened by heavy chills at each connection. The bed is finished in Vernis Martin and has all the appearance of a gen uine Brass Bed. Special Price $12.50 M. W. A. HAVE BIG TIME AT MENOKEN EBERLING'S GROVE E SCENE OF ANNUAL WOODMEN PICNIC. Ideal Picnic Grounds Large Crowds —Baseball Games and Many Other Forms of Amusement. One of the largest crowds that ever congregated in Burleigh county as sembled Thursday at Bberling's Grove about a mile northeast of Menoken, to participate in the Woodmen's picnic which was held there. Every one who attended had a good time. The grove is an ideal place for camping purposed. There are ten beaver dams across Apple creek at that point within a radious of one section. There are Jarge numbers of shade trees, under which hammocks may be swung, which enhances the value of the location from the camp er's viewpoint. The picnic was held under the aus pices of the several camps of the Modern Woodmen of America, which are organized in the county. Mc Kenzie camp did most of the work in getting overything in readiness and to them is due 'he majority of the credit for the tremendous success of the event. Hon. W. L. Smith of Bismarck, was the orator of the day and delivered a very eloquent address on "Wood craft." He was the recipient of many congratulations for his able effort af ter he had ended hi? remarks. During the course of the afternoon there was much to amuse merrymak ers. A baseball game was the feat ure event. It was between the Mc Kenzie team and a pick-up nine. The McKenzie boys were the victors in the fray. The log sawing contest was won by the Bismarck camp. The honors in the tug of war wen* to the boys of McKenzie camp. The best jumping records were made by Wilton camp. The foot races were taken into camp by the members of McKenzie camp. The evening was devoted to bowery dancing. Everyone pronounced it a huge success. It was decided to have another pic nic at the same place on the corres ponding date next year and every year thereafter, and the occasion will be known as the Burleigh County Woodmen's annual picnic. If future crowds will be assured as good a time as was enjoyed Thursday, a large as semblage may be expected. AN INVESTMENT. A savings account is a safe invest ment. Our savings department is un der National bank supervision and we pay 4 per cent, payable quarterly. $1.00 will optn an account. Start to day. THE CITY NATIONAL BANK. ACADEMY SHOT THROUGH RIGHT HAND PAUL COOK MEETS WIT MIS- FORTUNE THURSDAY EVENING. Was Out Hunting Gophers With a Friend Did Not Know That the Gun Was Loaded. Paul Cook, the lo-year-old son of Mrs. Ollie B. Cook, was shot through the palm of his right hand at 11:30 Thursday morning. Paul ind Frazier Mitchell were out hunting gophers about a quarter of a mile north of the state copitol. They were using a 22-calibre, twenty-five shot Marlin repeating rifle. The piece had been fired and the empty shell ejected which operation cocked the piece, again placing it in readi ness for the next shot. The boys were not aware of this, however, and Paul rented the rifle on the ground with his right hand over the muzzle. In some unaccountable manner the gun went off and the bullet tore a hole through the palm of the hand below the index and middle fingers. The boys ran to the capitol building where one of the employes bound the wound up with an improvised bandage and a hack was called to take him to the hospital where the wound was cauterized and dressed. There will be no danger from the accident save a very sore hand for a few days, un less the wound becomes infected. Paul carries one of the up-town routes of the Tribune. His place will be temporarily filled by Frazier Mitchell. For fine shoe repairing go to "The Bismarck Shoe Hospital," Carl Juhnke's, No. 215 Fifth street. VOTE SHOWED THAT OKLAHOMA CITY WON Oklahoma City. Okla., June 16—Gov. Haskell tonight issued a proclamation declaring the capital location bill car ried and officially declared Oklahoma City to have received the greatest number of votes The proclamation is based upon the complete election returns furnished the governor by the state election board. The measure carried by approximately 33,000 ma jority. Gov. Haskell said tonight that the overruling of his demurrer by Judge Huston ?n Guthrie today will not in the least interfere with the determini ation of the state officials to remain permanently in Oklahoma City. Remember the shoe sale at Carl Juhnke's Shoe Store on Fifth street. Children Cry for Fletcher's Th© Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over 3 0 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his pcr #•1 sonal supervision since its infancy. f-CUC+uM Allow no one to deceive you in this. 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In the Tribune Thursday morning there was a mixup in the head lines over the list of candidates in the bal lot required to be published by law. There have been people who stated that the mistake was due to the care lessness of the county auditor in pre paring Hie copy, but this is not a fact as the mistake occurred In the Trib une office and was simply an error. It can make no difference in the official publication of the notice and will have absolutely nothing to do with the final preparations of the bal lot as it will be used at the primary election. There are items of interest in the Special Suit and Wash Goods Sale of A. W. LUCAS CO. Hairdressing: Shampooing:, Manicuring and Electric Massaging MISSHERMINJUELL Phone 234 TRIBUNE BUILDING I1M„h. Seven A Gastronomic Joy. 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