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Coming Events
June 13—Catholic Order of For
esters, State Convention.
June 12—Buileigh county teach
ers' institute.
June 13—Burleigh county teach
ers' institute.
June 14—Burleigh county teach-
June 14—Flag day.
ere' institute.
June 15—Burleigh county teach
ers' institute.
June 16—Burleigh county teach
ers' institute.
June 17—Burleigh" county teach
ers' institute.
July 3—Tennis Tournament.
July -i—Independence day.
July, 1311—North Dakota lade
pendest Vele phone Associa
September, 1911—North Dakota
Industrial Exposition.
May, 1914—State Camp, M. \V. A.
Harold Winchester arrived at his
home in the capital city, Tuesday,
from Cambridge, .Mass.. where he has
been attending the Harvard medical
school during the past year.
Representative Julius Sgutt of Har
vey was among the visitors at the
state capital Tuesday, and will spend
two or three days here looking after
buiness matters
Mrs. Lydia Sells Weber has gone
to Montana, where sle will spend
several days at the Hot Springs and
will take a short trip through the
Miss Helen Hoskins is spending a
few days at Mandan, where she is
attending the commencement exer
cises of the class of 1911 of the Man
dan high school.
Mrs. Matilda Newman, who has been the opening, and a regular
during the past winter, departed forlsion was allowed
her home in Iowa. She was accom. One hundred salesmen
and escaped
Services are being held in the Sal
vation Array hall every evening a' S
o'clock. Tonight is the young poo
pie's meeting and •everybody i.'. in
vited, especially the young. Titers
will be special song service on Sat-
J. .1. ltyan or' Dickinson was attend
ing to business matters in the city
Tuesday afternoon.
G. I. Iteinstad of Stanton was anion,.
the capital city visitors Tuesday
Architect \V. D. Gillespie left on
No. 4 for Fargo- Wednesday morn
ing He has been at Wilton on a
short business trip.
Milo Christiansen of Wilton was a
visitor in the city Tuesday evenlii.
F. A. Willson of Bathgate v.-.s
among the visitors at thv state capi'ai
Tuesday and Wednesday.
F. A. Leonard of Crosby was ?ratis
acting business in llismarck Tuesday
J. W. Olson of Wilton came down
to Bismarck. Tuesday evening, o:i a
brief business mission
County Treasurer Kositzky Will At
tend Family Reunion.
County Treasurer C. R. Kositzky
left on No. 8 Wednesday for Yankton.
S. D.. where he will visit with his
parent.* for several days and attand
a family reunion. He will also attend
t!:e Jubilee Year festivities which
will be held at Yankton in commemo
ration of the semi-centennial of the
Dakotas. He will be gone for about
two weeks.
Hundreds of Buyers From Northwest
ern Towns in Bargain Rush.
The biggest ^'bargain day" sale in
the history of'the northwest is In
progress today at the jobbing and
manufacturing establishment of i.in
deke, Warner & Sons. Fourth street
and Broadway.
Dry goods valued at $ii)0,i)'0. from
the bankrupt stock of Tibbs. Hutch
ings & Co., Minneapolis, is being dis
posed of at special prices.
The sale began this morning ami
will continue until June 1*. i-'-t'
stock is not exhausted sooner.
Buyers from retail stores all over
the northwest and front points as tar
distant as Denver. Portland, Salt
Lake City. Tacoma. Seattle, Butte,
Helena, Boise, Great Fals and Mil
waukee are present.
Up to this morning 781) liad regis
Crowd on Hand Early.
The doors of Lindeke, Warner &
Sons did not open until 7 o'clock this
morning, but the buyers were on hand
as early as 6:30 o'clock waiting for
the guest of H. B. Neighbor and family counter rush took place when admi3-|and the manager left town on No. 6
panied by 3Iiss Viola Hodgel, who has called off the road to assist the reg-penter. The players who constituted
been teaching school in the vicinity of ular house force in taking care of the the company were left to their own
ort Rice during the past year. I buyers, and they will remain in until resources and departed on No. 4 for
a 9
NOVEL WINDOW DISPLAY At noon A. W. Lindeke said that (Allen, who went to her home at San
The window display in Lenharfsl while the sales had been large and I Francisco on No. 3.
drug store advertising the Internation-1I gratifying. $600,000 worth of mer-, The company was booked t3 St.
al Correspondence schools has been chandise is a big lot to dispose ot. I Cloud. Minn., where they were to have
attracting a great deal of attention.' and he thought the 3tock would not!played June 10, and at which point
The display is very unique and teaches) be exhausted before the date set for the show was to have disbanded for
a lesson which makes a deep impres
sion upon those who see it.
thd termination of the sale, June 15
Unique Sale.
The sale is unique not only in its
size, but in the methods employed in
making it a success. For the first*
time in the northwest a jobbing house
Sheriff Frank Barnes had a nar
row escape from serious injury Tues
day when one of the rear wheels of has used the department store style
his auto came off while he was goiiig of advertising in calling attention to
at a terrific- rate of speed. He was itj offerings, and conductig such a
leaving the state capitol when the sale.
accident occurred and the road was I (ioods and prices were advertised in
in good condition, and he managed 4/. leading daily newspapers, from ^.t ll~!gome
to stop the machine within fifty yards Paul to the Pacific coast. Last week'*"'
telegrams began to pour in announc
ing that buyers would be on hand
from the cities mentioned, and from
serious, perhaps fatal,
The LahT Brothers Motor Sales Co.
are offering a special item for auto
owners at cost or less for a limited
time. Kach week the item will be
changed, and considerable savings
may be secured by reading their ads.
They have joined the ranks of the
successful present day business man
in arranging a regular schedule of
advertising by the year, so that you
will find much of interest in instruc
tive educational copy on management
and detail about automobiles, given
from time to time in the Lahr Motor
Sales Co. advertising.
hundreds of smaller cities and villages.
throughout the northwest
Their Unceasing Work .Keeps
Strong and Healthy
All the blood in the body passes
through the kidneys once every three
mintues. The kidneys filter the blood.
They work night and day. When
healthy they remove about 500 grains
of impure matter daily, when un
healthy some part of this impure
matter is left in the blood. This brings
on many diseases and symptoms—
pain in the back, headache nervous
ness, hot. dry skin, rheumatism, gout,
gravel, disorders of the eyesight and
hearing, dizziness, irregular heart, de
bility, drousiness, drpsy, deposits
urday evening. June 10, and the in the urine, etc. But if you keep the
close of the s-ervice ice cream and .filters right you will have no trouble
cake will he served for the sum of with your kidneys.
15 cents. Be sure
bring your friends.
and come and
To earn more .learn more. Study
of an I. S. course will bring results.
Friday of this week the Tribune
will issue a booster -edition, placing a
copy in every house in Mandan. The
advertising rates remain the same, so
get your copy in early.
Are you prepared for a better job?
An I. C. S. training will help to pre
pare for it.
Mrs. W. C. Reynolds. 7th St. S. W.,
Mandan. N. D., says, "Severe pains
across my back, together with head
aches, dizzy spells and other symp
toms of kidney complaint, distressed
me for a long time. I came to the
conclusion that something must be
done and Anally procured a box of
Doan's Kidney Pills. Their use cured
me in a short time."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50c.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole
agents for the United States.
Remember the name—Doan's—and
take no other.
Seed Oats at Gussner's.
Choice Flax Seed
A few hundred bush
els of choice flax seed. Apply
Bismarck Elevator & Investment Go.
Over Bismarck Bank Bismarck, N. D.
There will be a sad falling off in
the amount of mileage pulled by the
conductors for the next three days,
for the majority of the knights of
the grip will abandon their regular
occupations for the ensuing three days
and will spend the time in Fargo
where the Grand Lodge convention
of the United Commercial Travelers
of America will be held. The dele
gates in the hours when they are
not attending to the more serious
matters which will come up for con
sideration before the grand lodge.
Bismarck will be well represented
by Bismarck Council No. 325, U. C. T..
and the boys from the capital city will
be there in full uniform and expect
to make a splendid showing. "They'll
be there with bells on," said one en
thusiast—and with badges also, for
the members of the Bismarck council
ll not allow an opportunity such
as this pass without doing some live
boosting for the great North Dakota
Members of Company Left on No. 4
for St. Paul and Will Pay Own Fares
Into New York.
"The Girl from Rector's" company
which played at the Bijou theatre
Tuesday evening, June 6, was broken
bargain up immediately after the performance
Wednesday morning, accompanied by
had bean .the property man and the stage car-
over. |New York, with the exception of Miss
the season. However, they have not
been playing recently to the large
houses which the merits of the com
pany entitled it to receive, and the
manager and owner, Mr. Plohn, after
meeting with another reverse at Bis
marck, due in a large measure to this
'being commencement week and there
'being so many other attractions, took
things into his own hands and nroke
up the company at this point
tn'e actor8 received their sal
aries and railroad fare to St.v Paul,
but will have to pay the'r own fares
Into New York. There wero one or
two members of the company, it was
a id id
their sal
aries is full, although they were pro
mised them when Mr. Plohn reached
he Company was booked to appear
Mandan Wednesday evening and
re was a large advance sale of
ts at the city across the Muddy,
ere is a great deal of disappoint
ment at Mandan over the sudden can
cellation of the date.
Will Be a Big Two-Story Structure
and Entirely Modern Throughout—
DeLamere Gets Contract
The contract for the erection) of
the new $10,000 school building at
Wilton was awarded to architect C.
T. DeLamere of Bismarck, by the
members of the board of education at
Wilton Tuesday evening. There were
only two sets of plans considered,
one from Mr. DeLamere and the other
from Haxby and Gillespie of Fargo,
The board decided that Mr. DeLa
mere's plans were the better.
The new Wilton public school build
ing will be complete two stories and
a basement with four rooms. It will
be steam heated, will be modern thu
out, and will be equipped with the
Hackney fan ventilating sytem. It
is being built with.the idea of increas
ing its size to an eight room building
as soon as the growth of the village
warrants such a move.
Rids for the construction of the
school house will be advertised for
immediately and it 4s the intention of
the board to have the biuldiug ready
for occupancy by the first of Septem
ber. The new structure will cost
The members of Bismarck council
No. 325 of the United Commercial
Travels of America will meet at the
U. C. T. hall this evening at 8:30
o'clock to prepare for their trip to
Fargo, wherei they will attend the
convention of the grand lodge in a
body. All members are requested to
be in attendance promptly on tint*:
Industrial Exposition which will be
held in Bismarck in September and
October, 1911. The commercial club
has provided badges for the boys to
wear whicn bears the words. "Bis
marck—The Exposition City, Sept.
Oct.. 1911." In addition to these badg
es the commercial club has also pro
vided the boys with several hundred
jtags which will be distributed among
the other delegates at the convention:
They bear the inscription: "We'll
meet again at the North Dakota In
dustrial Exposition to be held in Bis
marck, September—October, 1911. The
greatest land show ever held in the
The Bismarck Council. No. 325, U.
C. T.. will leave on No. 6 Thursday
morning in two special cars for the
scene of the convention. They will
take an active part in every thing
I which occurs and will do their share
in making the convention a huge suc
lome oF the Difficulties That Confront
the Man With tho Gun.
"One of the difficulties of quail
shooting lies in th. ve.y fact that
would apparently make bis killing a
simple proposition, his rising near th
gun." says Charles Ask In Outing.
"Let me illustrate: If a quail rose
within ten feet of (he gun and contin
ued sailing around the shooter's bead
at a mile a minute gait I lie chances
are that he couldn't be killed iu ten
shots, both the bird and the gun
changing angle With a rapidity beyond
the ability of tie mind to calculate.
In the same way close springing bird
may change bis angle with regard to
the gun so rapidly as to entail a long
and accurate swing before he can be
The nature of the quill's flight fre
quently makes this long swing un
avoidable. The bird may rise to the
north, pass to the west and be killed
to the south. Find it been possible to
foresee that the bird would swing
about to the south before being killed
the gun might have been pointed there,
renderlug unnecessary complex gun
movement, but meantime the quarry
would probably have gone in some
other direction. The quail work that
calls for care and sk II is cover shoot
ing, md the only safe rule there is to
point your gun as near the bird as you
can when he breaks and shoot as
quickly as you can get on."
Giboias Are Used as Domestic Rat
Catchers In Brazil.
In certain parts of Brazil, where the
climate is Intensely hot and where
rats are'a great nuisance, the common
cat does not thrive., but is replaced by
a domestic rat catcher whose presence
causes a decidedly unpleasant sensa
tion to visitors from the north when
first they come in contact with the
GilMiius are a species of small boa
constrictor employed very generally In
Brazil for the purpose above men
tioned. They are not at all venomous.
They sleep in the house, generally
taking up their position at the foot of
the stairs. When nightfall approaches
tbey begin to wake up, and during the
night they slide swiftly about the
premises, looking for. rats.
Gibolns are offered for sale in the
markets of Bahia and Pernambuco for
prices ranging from $1 to $5. accord
ing to the size of the creature. It is
said that they are so easily domesti
cated that if removed from one bouse
to another tbey invariably return to
the. house whence they have been
taken. Often when one is bargaining
with a broker for the sale or lease of
a residence in certain parts of Brazil
the broker will expatiate with great
eloquence upon toe virtues and skill
of the giboia that goes with it.—Har
per's Weekly.
Pride of Raoe.
Many stories are told of the pride
of these long descended country
squires. They have held their own
even with |eers of ancient creation
A great friend of the Puke of Norfolk
who died in 1815— Jockey of Norfolk
was an old squire who always main
tained that hi* name Huddlestou was
corruption of the Saxon Athelstan
and consequently much more ancient
than that of Howard. Like the duke,
he was a great toper and at dinner one
day rolled off »ils» chair to the floor.
The duke ordered a member of his
family to nils* him np.,, -.Sever." blc
enped the old man-"never shall It be
said that the head of the bouse of Hnd
dleston was llfhtf #p by a Junior mem
ber of the howwo* Howard."
old friend." maimim »°e
"as Howard I* ton" drunk to lift him
np he will lie down beside bit*," and
he dkl.-Mauchwrter Guardian.
tommy-Mamma bad a tot of taints
lent home C. Q. D. tedajr. What dots
C. O. D. mean? Tommy's Pop^C. O.
D.. my mn. meaM 1D«IL«» BMv"
Methods In Days When "No Lickin', No'
Larrin*." Was the Rule.
The schoolroom practices of «a half
century ago are incredible to modern
pupil. It is well that they bare not
been continued, but an account of
them by au eyewitness is often amus
ing. One incident from A. H. Hall's
"Old Bradford Schooldays" brings up
teacher who clung to the old prin
ciple. "No lickin'. no larnin*."
Horace Walton, at recess, climbed
to the top of tbe highest nut tree^ind,
losing bis bold, fell to tbe ground. He
struck on many of- the limbs in his
descent. Tbe boys were terribly
frightened as be struck the ground.
Just as we crowded about him to see if
he still lived, our faces as white as
bis, tbe bell rang for the resumption
of studies.
The last boy In was Walton, and
Just as he fell rather than sat down In
bis seat tbe master shouted. "Come
out here instauter!" He gave him a
flogging that made the fall from the
tree seem the lesser of the two evils.
A few years ago. meeting Walton for
the first time for many years, be re
marked that he well remembered bow
that master at last succeeded in bring
ing things into routine order in tbe
school. Each morning as the school
assembled this order was' observed:
"First bell, come to order second bell,
attention third bell, lick Walton."
They Are Good Winners, but Drown
Their Losses In Tears.
To many brokers women are hoo
doos, and some stock exchange houses
refuse absolutely to have anything to
do with the fair sex. The majority of
brokerage firms try their best to keep
women's speculative accounts out of
their offices. Seme houses are obliged
to take women's accounts as a matter
of personal friendship, but they will
not open accounts for other women, no
matter how well tbey may be Intro
Wail street men do not have a high
opinion of the average woman's busi
ness sense. Most women have an idea
that one needs only to get a "tip"
from some 'insider" in Wall street to
be sure of making "barrels of money"
—for new gowns, hats and Jewelry.
Tbe dictum of Wall street is that
women are good winners, but bad
losers. It Is difficult to reason about
money and business with an angry or
weeping woman. Her view of Wall
street and all Its works suddenly be
comes entirely emotional, and only a
broker with infinite patience can calm
her. Many time a stock exchange
house has taken a woman customer's
loss rathor than face her tears.—Strand
The Queer Carabao.
The carabao is said to be slower than
a camel and more obstinate than a
mule. Every one seems agreed that
the chief ambition In life of cara
bao. if he has any at all. is to lie down
in a puddle of water with just his nose
and horns sticking nut. Consequently
considerable commotion rules the wag
on train when it approaches a stream
that must be forded. The soldiers
who are walking »ehind the mrtH a*
guards lay aside their rifles and liegln
to belabor each animal. In the mid
dle of the stream tbe excitement
reaches Its highest pitch. The cara
bao will begin to stretch his neck' and
bend his knees and grunt—infallible
indications of his Intention to lie down.
Everybody works like a beaver to pre
vent him from accomplishing this fell
purpose, but their labors are not al
ways successful. They may get him
over the stream, but this Is unusual
good fortnne.-Harner*s Weekly.
We are «oing to dish out automobile talks that will mean dollars to
you. Anyone can TALK but they can't all talk DOLLARS AND CENTS.
We can—and here's why. We have an immense stock of accessories—
the largest west of the Twin Cities. We buy in large quantities and con
sequently can afford to sell at prices considerably under regular.
we are going to forget our cost mark and offer one "awful, bargain" each
time our ad appears. Automobile owners can save money by watching our
ads for these special sales. The same artical will not be offered twice
nor will the low price hold good should our stock on hand be exhausted.
Therefore, if you want the article, get it quick. Terms on these sales
are CASH.
For the balance of this week we will .offer VICTOR SPARK PLUGS at
FIFTY CENTS EACH, as long as they last. These are regular SEVENTY
FIVE CENT PLUGS the world over,.and we guarantee them to be equal
if not superior, to any seventy-five, cent plug on the market. We cannot
sell more than four plugs to each owner. Mail orders accepted.
@ur Big Tire Plant
212 Fourth St. Bismarck, N. 0.
Guile of the Drongo Cuckoo.
The drongo siiriUe is a ttird of pug
nacious disposition. es|tecially at the
nesting season, when it guards its nest
with, for a small bird, great ferocity.
Douglas llewar. from whom this ac
count is taken, says that he lias watch
ed a pair of these little birds attack
and drive awtiy a monkey which tried
to climb iuto tbe tree in which tbelr
nest was placed. Indeed, so able a
fighter is tbe shrike that some other
birds, notably orioles and doves, fre
quently build their nests in the same
tree In order to share tbe bpnetit ot bis
prowess. The drongo cuckoo lays Its
eggs in tbe nests of such birds as the
king crow. These are pugnacious,
even ferocious, and without some guile
a cuckoo could not accomplish this
feat But the drongo cuckoo is so like
tbe drongo shrike, even having the
same odd twist to its tail feathers, that
the king crow Is deceived by the re
semblance aud hesitates to give fight
to what she takes to be one of the pug
nacious shrikes.-.\ew York World.
A Joke on Her Neighbor.
A queer old woman bad a horse
which was tbe (test or the neighbor
hood. It especially delighted in graz
ing on a certain neighlHir's lawn. This
was a great annoyance to him but.
not wishing to have any trouble, be
decided to buy the old horse. He
made tbe woman an offer of $10 for
the old animal, which she declined.
About two weeks later she came to
her neighbor oue day and told him she
was very sorry to part with the horse,
iitil as she was in need of a little mon
ey slic had decided to accept bis offer.
The neiglilior ssiid. "Very well." and.
drawing out his purse, handed ber
$10 She thanked him profusely and
started to leave when the man be
thought himself and said. "Where
shall I tud 10 uet the horse, madam?"
"Oh. tic i* de.itl down yonder iu tbe
canyon." the woman calmly replied
and marched on out.
Ths Judge's Whistle.
The must concise summing up on
record is attributed in a volume of
legal reminiscences called "Pie Pow
der" to Baron Bramwell. The de
fendant's counsel had closed his case
without calling a witness whose com
ing bad been much expected. "Don't
you call Jones. Mr. Blank?" said tbe
Judge sigiiiti'-tmilv at the close of
Rome people are «e food of III
tbat their nm half way to meet It—
i|it not. my
Wednesday. June 7. 1911
lord." replied ihe advocate. The
Judge turned around 10 ihe jury and
gave vent to a low. and prolonged,
whistle. "Whe-e-ew!" he said, or,
rather, whistled. "Oentieinen. consid
er your verdict."
According to Rule.
"How is your mother this morning?"t
asked Mrs. Grey of the small boy who
came with the milk.
"She's better." he answered.
"Can she sit up?" went on Mrs. Grey.
"No," answered the literal young
ster. "She sits down, but sbe stands
np."—Woman's Home Companion.
Here is another new one—
The Floreotimie Parlor»
For the next tem dayg wi
make you up a '.$15.'
a new weave—here only
Merchants of Fine Clothing
McKeiizie Hotel BIdp Main St.
Braid, 2 oz. first quality
French Hair for $12 Cash

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