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21 2 Fourth Street TRAVELLERS TIRE OF COUNTRY HOTEL'S ATTEMPTS AT STYLE fe3T Less Cheap Frills More Real Chicken PS^» Enforced Consumption of Canned Stuff Tiresome The complaint sounded in the artiole given below applies particularly to this section of the country where fae small country hotel is common. The travelers of this state will no doubt be of the same opinion asj Charles Edmuni Baker, editor of the Sample Case. Mr. Baker has the fol-you lowing to say about the country hotel and its relation to travelers: How many times have commercial travelers, stopping at the smaller country hotels, wished in their hearts that the proprietors would cut out alltruck their elaborate imitation of the big city hotels and run their houses on a simpler and more suitable plan. How much pleanter it would be to sty down 4th Street FIRE WORKS Call and See Mid-Summe Clearanc Sale Automobile Supplies This is YOUR Opportunity to buy below cost. In order to reduce our stock we are going to "FOR GET OUR COST MARK." Commencing Monday, July 3rd, and lasting one week, automobile owners will have an opportunity to buy supplies at UNHEARD OF prices. Scores of items will be marked WAY BELOW COST A Few Bargains-Hundred of Others A. C, Champion and Copper Head Spark Plugs $ 100 .70 All 75c plugs -45 Robe Rails (brass) 1.50 .80 Foot Rests (brass) 2.00 1.10 Tool Boxes 3.25 2.50 Jones Speedometers, with trip 25.00 16.75 Jones Speedometers, without trip 15.00 11.25 Wind Shields 25.00 17.C0 Pumps (double action) 3.50 2.35 Electric Horns (Zarak), a dandy 15.00 8.fv0 Prest-O-Lite Tanks (whiU they last) 25.00 19-00 Prest-O-Lite Tanks Refilled 12.50 Tires Tires Tires We will discount all casings 5 per cent, and on 35x4, 33x4, 36x414, 32x4, and 30x4 we will discount 10 per cent. Terms absolutely cash. Mail orders filled promptly. This is YOUR CHANCE—GET BUSY. Remember the above items are only a few of the bargains we have. Don't let this sale get by you. REMEMBER Our big tire plant. If you have not tried us on tire repairing DO IT NOW. If your tires are beyond repair, we know it and will tell you so. We want your Business. Lah Moto Sales Compan THE AUTOMOBILE SUPPLY MAIL ORDER HOUSE Big Tire Shop Automobiles Expert Auto Repairing to a good plain country dinner of meat or chicken, fresh vegetables, coffee and some simple wholesome dessert, like country pie, than to have twenty dinky little side disb.es, each filled with a dab of some canned stuff and all to make a show. Along in the hottest days of sum mer, when a fellow wants very little meat, and pletny of green seasonable vegetables, he finds en the table old potatoes and canned beans or peas, jwith perhaps stewed prunes for des sert. If you protest to the landlord I about it he will say "We can't get [them." Maybe at that very moment there is within a stone's throw of the I hotel, a couple of acres of good ground [•doing nothing. If the country hotel I man had any ambition, instead of wait ing for some one to grow his season able green stuff for him he would get help together and work off some if his surplus flesh by growing these things himself. I know one or two places where this is done, and they are like the shadow of a great rock in a weary land. You get your feet un der their tables once, and you begin to think it would be a good idea if could bring the wife and babies out there and spend the summer. Besides getting a big reputation for his hotel among the best patrons there is a whole lot of profit for the hotel man who does his own gardening or farming. Then if he gets enough ahead to provide a farm and raise his own chickens and pairy products as I well, he has got himself a cinch that A N E Before Buying Bismarck FOURTH of JUL FIREWORKS Largest line in town. All new goods. Every thing that's made. We have that evening dis play of fireworks you want for the home. GET YOUR FIREWORKS AT Reeves& Selvig Phone 436 Reg. Price Sale Price Bismarck, North Dakota I will enable him one day to unload the hotel property to some one who prefers that end of it, and take the big end of his profits away from him by furnishing him what he needs from the farm. There is many a big city hotel that has a farm tucked away somewhere in the country. While maybe the country hotel man is pay ing seventeen prices by getting his fruits and vegetables from the big city. It's a funny deal all around. Anyway, the hotel proprietor who will serve stewed prunes on his table when fresh fruits are in the market ought to be churched by the hotel keeper's association. 3F te 3B" Amu§§m@tii1ts ORPHEUM SPECIAL 4TH OF JULY PROGRAM. For the first half of the Week Mgr. Bauer 'has arranged a strong comedy bill both in vaudeville and special pictures. Dob-es a»d Borel, the Fris co Bears, in classic and popular songs, introducing "That Dance," will fur nish the vaudeville. Ethel Moore Bauer will have a new song entitled "My Irish Dearie." "Too Much Moth er-in-law" and "The Irish Honey moon" will b-a the big comedy pic tures, the titles alone are enough to make them good. "The Price of Vic tory," a war drama that will go well wita July 4th, will complete the bill. Remember the special matinee Tues day, July 4th, at 3:30. OR AND YOU WILL LIKE THIS ONE For tonight, Tuesday and Wednes day night "The Corner Grocery" will be presented at the Grand. Every member of the company has been working hard and this will surpass all formr efforts of the Le'ona Cortel com pany to entertain a Bismarck audi ence. "The Corner Grocery" is brim ful of good comedy and lively musical numbers, and while it appeals to old and young alike, it is especially amus ing to the children. This company closes its engagement at the Grand Wednesday night. Don't fail to see them at their best in the Corner Groc ery. Admission for children 15c, andabout for adults 35c. PERSONAL Judga Winchester came down from Washburn Saturday evening to spend Sunday and the Fourth at home, the McLean county court having ad journed until the fifth. W. M. Morse, a business man of Washburn, spent Sunday in Bismarck. Clerk of court Tom Madden came down from Washburn Saturday to spend a few days at home, and inci dentally get started on the transcript of the testimony in the Bickford trial, which will cover about five hundred pages.. Maddens fee for this work will be in the neighborhood of $250, Mi* and Mrs. T. McGowan and sonNorthern John went to Lake Minnetonka last Saturday evening to spend about three weeks. P. J. CahJH and G. W. Stewart were visitors in the city today and Sunday while on their way home. R. W. Basset of Valley City wag an .arrivalu in the City Saturday and reg istered at a local hotel over Sunday. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE THE CITY ^^#s»^^^^^^^^^s»^^^^^^*^^^^»#»^#^^« River Stages 0 Bismarck, N. D., July 3, 1911. 24-hr. Station Date Stage Cbg. Action Billings ... 30 6.3 0.1 Fall Bismarck .. 3 6.3 0.3 Fall Ft. Benton 30 4.8 0.1 Fall ,Glendive ... 27 9.0 0.5 Fall Havre 30 7.4 0.0 Fall Medra 1 3.9 None Townsend .. 1 6.6. 0.1 Fall Williston ... 1 12.6 0.2 Fall Wolf Pt. 6.3 None ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Paction Director. 3©* Ml 38T HAS BEEN AT LOCAL HOSPITAL. Andrew Knutson of Almont returned to his home Saturday on N*o. 7 after being in the city about a week having his hand treated for blood poisoning. MANDAN DECORATOR HERE. F. I. Stiles of Mandan was in the city between trains last Saturday on business. Mr. Stiles is one of the land men and decorators of the little city across the river. DEPART FROM HOSPITALS. Donald Kaiser of Marian, N. D., left a local hospital Sunday after a confinement of two weeks, during which time he was operated upon, as did Miss Amelia Holle of Youngtown. 'X' PS LITTLE BOY IS ILL. B. J. Duncan's little son, Paul, was taken to the Bismarck hospital this morning for treatment. The little fel low has not been feeling well for the past two or three days and it is hoped that he will recover quickly. WITH STATE ENGINEER. Howard R. Flint, son of Robert F. Flint, the state dairy commissioner, is in the city from his home at Rice, Minnesota, and will be employed at the state engineer's office for the next few months. W te 3B" COMPANY DRILL. Thre will be a regular drill of Com pany A this evening at the armory. Every member is ordered and warned to be present as complete equipment will be issued for camp and all must be fully prepared for the field after the drill this evening. TO HAVE OPERATION. F. R. Norton, a former prominent insurance and land man, went to St. Alexius hospital this morning to be operated upon for a complication of liver trouble. Mr. Norton has been retired from active business life for the past two years and has been liv ing with his son, C. E. Norton, at the Laist residence for the past two months. us PRAISE FOR FIRE FIGHTERS. The North Dakota Independent tele phone Company wishes to state that it is deeply indebted to the members of the fire department who were pres ent at the Banner hotel fire last Fri day morning. During the fire one of the company's poles caught on fire, and although busy with the Are, thedays firemen at once turned the hose upon it and extinguished the blaze. Their prompt action saved the company al most a thousand dollars damage. 3»* fe JF GRAND CHANCELLOR HERE Grand Chancellor K. N. Wylie of the North Dakota grand lodge of the Knights of Pythias is in the city from Streetr checking up his books with Grand Keeper of Records and Seals G. W. Wolbert. The grand lodge meet ing will be held at Carrington July 19 and 20 and the grand lodge officers are preparing their annual reports. te 3 lsi RETURNED FROM CENTER Secretary Thomas Hall of the state railway commission has returned to the capital city from his ranch at Center where he has been spnding the past week. He will go to Fargo with in the next two or three days to at tend the stated meeting of the board of Railway commissioners which will be held there July 5, 6, and 7. 3B" PI TWO BOYS ARRESTED Wesley Rowe and YoungSmith Taken by Police Sunday Sunday evening two boys of the ages of 15 or 16 years, by the names of Rowe and Smith, were arrested by the police on a charge of being suspicious characters and because they were running the streets at all hours of the evening. The boys were detained at the police station by Chief McDonald in order that their parents might explain why they were running the streets. The chief has been having trouble with a gang of boys in the city and is determined to break its up. Two of the youngsters were taken to the "reform school last week. 38T Pt 3B" MOTHER DEAD 3 Assistant Attorney General Zuger Received Sad Tidings Assistant Attorney General Alfred Zuger was summoned to Fargo Satur day night on account of the serious illness of his mother, Mrs. John Zuger. Sunday evening word reached thje capital city that his mother had died. She was 83 years of age at the time of her death. Two daughters also sur vive her. Mrs. W. A. Keye of Fargo, and Mrs. J. B. Hanson of Duluth. Mrs. Alfred Zuger left for Fargo today to attend the funeral. PATRONS GET SOUVENIRS. Pacific Doesn't Overlook Oc casion of Anniversary. The dining car department of the Northern Pacific railway, following itscustom of observing holidays, has prepared a very neat little liberty bell made out of pastry, tied with red, white and blue ribbon and orna mented at the top with Northern Pa cific trade mark and the dates 1776 1911, July 4th. One of these will be presented to each patron on all North ern Pacific dining cars on Independ ence day. 3©" 38* WENT TO CANADA Mrs. Eliza M. Suttle leaves Wednes day morning for an extended trip at Brighton, Canada. pa 38* pt LAWN SOCIAL The young ladies of St. Mary's church will give a social at the church lawn Thursday evening. Everybody is cordially invited to attend. HERE f-OR TREATMENT Fred Hoeger of Almont was an ar-curred rival in the city Saturday, having come down from his home for treatment at one of the local hospitals. PI 3B* te Pi 3B" P» CHURCH PICNIC TOMORROW A church picnic will be given at the fair grounds tomorrow for the benefit of St. Joseph's church. All kinds of sports will be included in the program of athletic contests. I*B 38" 1*1 HERE FROM DICKINSON. Miss Mabelle Franklin a niece of Mrs. T. R. Mockler of this city, left for her home at Harlan, Iowa yester day after being in Bismarck at the home of her aunt about a year. Miss Franklin has made many friends dur ing her stay here and her departure will be regretted. 1*1 38" 1*1 HERE FOR TOURNAMENT Among the arrivals at the state capi tal Monday morning were G. W. Stew art, editor of the Wilton News, and P. J. Cahlll and Dr. R. C. Thompson who motored down to Bismarck to participate in the events in the ten nis tournament which is now in pro gress here. 1*1 36" Pi TO VISIT IN EAST Mrs. P. P. Webb left on an extended trip through the east this morning ac companied by her two sons. The boys are looking forward with great ex pectancy to see Barnum and Bailey's circus at Fargo. From there the party will go to the Twin Cities and stop there for a short visit, later going on to New York where they will visit relatives. *8 38" P* RETURN TO THEIR HOMES Mrs. Wm. Mahold of Garrison and Mrs. Kate Paul of Underwood were al lowed to return to their homes this morning on the North Saa after hav ing been at on of the local hospitals under treatment for some time. Pt 38" PI HO W O BECOM E INVISIBLE. A Sample of th* Mummery Used In Aneient Witchcraft. Some curious formulas of ancient witchcraft are given In Mr. A. fl. Walte's "Book of Ceremonial Magic." Here Is a recipe for becoming invis ible: "Begin this operation on a Wednes day before the suu rises, being fur nished with seven black beans. Take next the bead of a dead man. Place one of the beans in bis mouth, two iu his eyes and two in bis ears. Then make upon the head the character of the figure which here follows. (Omit ted.) This done, inter the head with the face toward heaven, and every day before sunrise for the space of nine water it with excellent braudy. "On the eighth day you will find the cited spirit, who will say unto you: 'What doest thou?' You shall reply: 'I am watering my plant' He will then say: 'Give me that bottle 1 will water it myself.' Tou will answer by refus ing, and be will again ask yon, but you will persist in declining until he shall stretch forth bis hand and show you the same figure which you have traced upon the bead suspended from the tips of his fingers. In this case you may be assured that it is really the spirit of the head, because another might take you unawares, which would bring you evil. and. further, jour operation would be unfruitful. When you have given him your vial he will water the bead and depart. On the morrow, which Is the ninth day, you shall return and shall find your beans ripe. Take them, place one in your mouth and then look at yourself in a glass. If you cannot see yourself it is good. Do the same with the rest or they may be tested in the mouth of a child." ESKIM O WIDOWERS. 8ix Weeks Isthe Limit They Will Wait Before Remarrying. In civilization it Is said that a wife does not always add to her husband's ease or render his life more supporta ble, but up on the barren grounds the worst of wives would be better than none. There, among the heathen tribes, if a man's wife dies—provided be is not a polygamist. in which case, says the Wide World, there is less need for hurry—he often marries again within the week. Even the Christian Eskimo widowers are with difficulty persuaded by the Moravian missionaries to allow six weeks to elapse between the death and remarriage. On the very day after the six weeks have lapsed the hunter presents himself with anew bride and asks that the marriage service may be speedily read. The reason Is not far to seek. It is said in civilization that "a woman's work is never done." and far more is that true of the helpmate of the sav age and the semi-savage, the woman of the barren grounds or of the ice edge. She makes and breaks camp, cooks, cuts up and carries to camp her husband's kill. She dresses the skins of deer and seal. She is responsible for the fashioning ef ijotgear and clothes On a Journey she often paddles the canoe, and on portage, she carries a keavy load. In fact, it is easier to write down the du ttes not expected of a squaw than those which by Immemorial custom sne must perform. I THE LAWYER'S WATERLOO. The railroads of the world, it is I estimated, annually kill less than one fourth as many people as the mosqui Itoes. And there's no way of suing the mosquitoes, there is a great deal of profitable business lost to the law yers. I 38" *S 38" I RUMOR IS DENIED. (By Associated Press) LISBON, Portugal, July 3.—Official and complete denial of the rumor pub lished abroad that fighting between republicans and. monarchists had oc at Operto was made today. It is denied that any revolutionary vio lence had taken place in Portugal. 1*1 After Jiily 15 I Want the Public 1 ORPHEUM EXTRA-4th of July BILL AL NE W TO-NIGHT THE FRISCO BEARS D0BES A BOREL In Classic Popular Songs, Introducing "THAT DANCE" EXTRA-PHOTO PLAYS-EXTRA THE CORNE GROCERY] SURPASSES ALL PREVIOUS EFFORTS OF THE LE0NA CORTEL COMPANY You'll Like This One Admission CHILDREN ADULTS Representing The Savage Factories Co. Wholesale, Retail and Mail Order House Mnndftv. July 3. 1911 "Too Much Mother-in Law"- Comedy "The Price of Victory"—War Drama "The Irish Honeymoon"—Comedy l| Special Matinee, July 4th, 3:30 ADMISSION—Children 10 cents Adults 25 cents **f Necrological I I J' Frank Dwyer, a farmer resident o/ Coleharbor, died at one of the loca hospitals Friday afternoon after a* short illness. The remains were, shipped to^Park Rapids, Iowa, SatuA day for interment. The funeral of the two day old baby of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Busch was held from the chapel of St. Alexius hospital Saturday afternoon. The in terment was in the Catholic cemetery Father Martin had charge of the ser 15 cents 35 cents You can [Go See BUSCH in the Gussner Building Next to the Palace Hotel. You'll do well to keep posted on what's doing in this store With me in this venture. Peo ple who buy goods. I'll save you money on any article you need. All I have to say now is this. There's going to be something doing all the time at this store, So Keep Posted—and QO-SEE. BUSCH Gussner Bnilding, W. Main St.