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is not likely :o be furthered by the
tempestuous -ourse of Foss. who
gives the in|pr,oisslon thai he would
like to be governor, congressman and
senator at ihe same time.
Foss has been regarded as a man
with a future, but he is on the high
road to mar that future with his
mouth. As a manufecturer he took
an advanced tariff position which
brought him into popular favor and
he improved that position by his per
sistent advocacy of more open trade
relations -with Canada, a policy as
popular in New En^and as In the
other sections bord«nns upon the. Dc,
minitin line. But *iie o.ection as gov
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ants. Vera Coiiuni 'u Wide World, siiousibie for the raisin
Magazine. they were ntitled to encore h«r If they
chose. Thomas, however, lusisted
stubboruly ou his rule.
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On the last night a determined effort
was made to encore her. She appeared
again and again, bowing her thanks,
and each time the applause increased
instead of diminishing. At last th
audience began to shout its demands,
instead of merely applauding, and Miss
Thursby turned to Thomas and said,
"What shall I or
"Keep on bowing: if you have to bqw
all night," snapped Thomas grimly.
Grand, Gloomy and Peculiar.
There was a marked contrast be
tween Lincoln's manner, which was
always pleasant and even genial, and
that «f Stanton. The latter's stern,
spectacled visage iximmaaded instant
respect and la many cases inspired
fear. In receiving visitors, and they
were legion, Stanton seldom or never
sat down, but stood before a high
desk as the crowd passed before him
and one by one presented their re
quests or complaints, which were rap
idly disposed of. He was haughty,
severe, domineering and often rude,
"W^hen I think of him In the daily rou-[ shouted down the music, but Thomas
tine of his public audiences the char
ncterization of Napoleon by Charles
Phillips,, the Irish orator,, comes to]
mind, "grand, gloomy and peculiar."-
From "Lincoln la, the Tele«canh,01
flee.""
And she. went out and bowed, again,
This time Thomas directed the orches
tra to go ahead with the final number.
Toe audience, thoroughly indignant
was inflexible. The orchestra, went
acterlzation of Napoleon by Charles! playing, utterly unheard, in a pande
Phillips the Irish orator comes to monium of shouted protests.. And it
was, probably^ the. on| &mz that a
Thomas number tell on__d
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Friday, December 2. 1910.
I Professional and
Business Directory
Andrew Miller W. P. Costello
MILLER & COSTELLO
Attorneys at Law.
City National Bank Building
BISMARCK, N. D.
ALEX SCHUTT,
Dentist.
1
Oillce. Webb and Cook Block.
Phone 250.
THE BURLEIGH COUNTY AB
STRACT CO.
l.es al Abstracters for Burleigh
County. Under Bond of $10,000
CITY NATIONAL BANK BLK.
FRANK FEENEY.
General Insurance.
CITY NATIONAL BANK 8LK-
MISS PSARL SMITH
Reader
Elocution and Pnysicai Cuiturs.
Studio A: Bismarcit 5usin«aa
i.'oilege.
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J. *. LOGAN
veterinary Surgeon
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•HE5SMAKING.
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ilTittifl^ ma 'itting. latest
=tyle». ui/wem a.t.e». UI vorfc
guaranteed. 'ie»idence 24 3road
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W. E. RtJNEY, LANO INVEST.
ME1YTS.
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SLATTEflY. GUNI* & CO.
'•Vuoiesade ma lletiul
GROCERIES
Dealers
Coai, Woodi 'ae ma ^rain.
Corner
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BISMAKCIC X. 0.
SAVE. YOUR SHOES
I'or fllpa and .New soieH tiey
aU come here. '.\*hy: Three
I expert wot'KSBEn. vno 10 \i
right. No waits, illght prices.
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CARL JUNKE-S SHOE STORE:
ort Fifth Street
P. E- BYRNEv
OtQdaL Abairactor .f TfiieB feat
Burieigh Conner.
BSmarck. N. D.
RMerences—
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clean water, ,-ood beodinE a
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