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AT TOWERGITY SUNDAY
ALLEGED TRAIN BANDIT CAP
TURED AFTER HAVING BEEN
Claimed That Young "Came Through
With Dope" Which Would Implicate
Prisoner in Buffalo Robbery.
Jim Hassey, in the toils of the local
police department about a week ago
on a trivial charge, was placed under
arrest at Tower City yesterday, and
Captain Martineson went down and
brought the prisoner back to Bis
marck on No. 7 Monday.
Hassey achieved temporary notor
iety through his wife, who informed
tho police that her husband had con
fessed to her that he was a member
of the gang which held up and robbed
,*v0 North Coast Limited near Buffalo
la3t July. At the time of his first
arrest he was taken to the penitentiary
by members of the
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INTERESTING REVIVAL 8ERVICE3
BEING CONDUCTED AT SAL
Meetings WIN Continue for Period of
Two Weeks. Expected That Great
Results Will Be 8ecured.
Staff Captain Wolfe, of Chicago, is
in Bismarck, conducting a two weeks
revival at the Salvation Army hall.
The efforts are proving a success and
the Salvationists are appreciating the
earnest efforts being put forth by
Evangelist Wolfe, who is here form
two weeks special engagement. Four
have already been enrolled as con
verts, who have been led to seek the
teachings of the better and truer life.
This is indeed a good showing for the
beginning of a splendid meeting.
Doubtless the good work will con
All friends of the army are earnest
ly solicited to tender their influence
as far as possible to promote this
noble cause. There bs»v~ been good
audiences in attendance at each serv
ice thus far, when special attention
has been given to the speaker, as he
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Later on it is said that Warden
Fellstrom called up the Northern Pa
cific detectives and said that Toung
v-H "come through with the dope"
and that Hassey was one of the men
wanted. Consequently Chief of Po
lice McDonald flooded the state with
^'rculars and -photographs of the al
leged rober. Hassey's arrest at Tow"
er City followed and he is being
brought to Bismarck to see Toung
It is stated that a member of the
Northern Pacific secret service ar
r'ved In Bismarck on No. 3 who states
tat Hassey was in the toils at Grand
T'orks and Fargo and that people
there 'interested in the robbery at
Buffalo were unable to identify him.
However it is not known what "dope"
Young "came through with" and. Has
sey will he held pending an investi
secret service and confronted by John jsjtin£ relatives in Bismarck for a
Vnuns:. the self confessed train band'it
who is now serving time for the Buf
falo crime. Voung at that time de
nied that Hassey was a member of
the gang, and Hassey was later re
leased and left the city.
has mo. earnestly put forth the Go%
A great deal of life and enthusiasm
is put into each service. At times
the audience is in an uproar of laugh
ter perhaps the next few minutes it
is in tears. The speaker having large
fields from which he shows his illus
trations. Special music. Subject
tonight, "A Striking Interruption."
0 S S S
WENT TO MANDAN.
Miss Hoskins was a Mandan visit
or Saturday evening and Sunday, re
turning to the capital city yesterday
C. A. Burton, accompanied by his
son, Cecil Burton, has gone to Hun
ter's Hot Springs, Montana, where he
is spending a few days for rest and
ON HUNTING TRIP.
Charles Corbin of Manfred has been
few dnyg and hunting part of the time
in the bottoms south of the city. He
was rewarded for his hunting with a
magnificent deer which he killed a
week ago Saturday.
The moving picture show given last
night at Fort Lincoln by Manager
Bauer of the Orpheum theater was
largely attended and seems to be a
popular source of entertainment for
the men and officers stationed at the
post. Next Sunday if arrangements
can be perfected by that time the
vaudeville performance will also be
given at the post gymnasium.
WILL MOVE 8HOP.
Ed Gunderson, the Fifth street tai
lor, is making preparations to move
to the basement of the McKenzie ho
tel, where he will have a fashionable
emporium to accommodate his numer
ous patrons in the line of merchant
DEMAND 18 GREAT.
Hoskins Stationery company have
been supplying a large number of ord
ers coming from all sections of North
Dakota and elsewhere, for Foley's
verses now being published in three
volumes, and judging from the de
mand no doubt the entire edition will
soon be exhausted.
ADDRE88ED Y. W. C. A.
Miss Clara Strubel, formerly a
teacher in the Bismarck high school,
but now a teacher of advanced math
ematics in the Grand Forks high
school, addressed the members of the
Y. W. C. A., Sunday, at the latter city.
BROUGHT CONVICTS BACK.
Deputy Sheriffs J. K. Bingham and
L. Riley cams up from Fargo, Sun
day, returning to the penitentiary the
two convicts who had been taken to
Fargo as witnesses in a holdup case
now being tried in the district court
of Cass county. -.,
1 Hard, 1.041-8.
1 northern, 1.031-8 to 1.03 5-8.
Arrive, 1.031-8 to 1.03 5-8.
2 Northern, 1.011-8 io 1.01 5-8.
Arrive, 1.011-8 to 1.0158.
3 Wheat, 95 5-8 to 98 5-8.
1 Durum, 99 arrive, 98.
2 Durum, 97 arrive, 96.
3 C, 58 to 59.
4 Corn, 53 56.
3 W O, 45 to 46.
Arrive, 44 3-4.
3 Oats, 411-2 to 441-2.
Barley, 78 to 1.19.
Rye, 861-2 to 87.
1.97 arrive, 1.97.
2 5-8 K, 1.071-8.
December. 1.01 5-8.
1 Hard, on track, 1.03 5-8.
1 Northern, 1.02 5-8 arrive, 1.02 5-8.
2 Northern, on track, 99 5-8.
Arrive. 99 5-8.
3 Wheat, 95 5-8.
1 Durum, spot, 99 3-4 arrive, 98.
2 Durum", spot. 95 3-4 arrive, 94.
December Durum, 98.
Oats, arrive, 45 3-4.
Rye. on track, 84 to 86.
Barley, on track, 64 to 1.18.
3 C, 59.
Flax, on track, 1.97 arrive, 1.97.
"I, Frank Allen, do tnis 26th day of
November. A. D. 1911. solemnly swear
that on, or about the night of July
19th, A. D. 1911, two parties known
to me as John Young and Timothy
Callahan, as /ell as myself, did hold
up and rob North-em Pacific passen
ger train No. 2, near Buffalo, N. D.,
and secure about $500 (Five Hundred
dollars) in currency, two gold watches
and some other jewelry.
(Signed) "FRANK ALLEN."
"Signed and sworn to before me,
this 26th day of November, A. D. 1911.
(Signed) "C. A. FLUEGEL,
PEKIN, 111., Nov. 27—The above
confession was signed yesterday by
Frank Allan, the self-confessed train
robber who helped hold up the North
ern Pacific North Coast Limited two
miles west of Buffalo, N. D., last July.
RETURNED TO FARGO.
Judge N. C. Young returned to Far
go, Saturday night, accompanied by
his son, Horace Young, who is con
nected with the bank at Napoleon, and
who will spend Thanksgiving at the
parental home at Fargo.
PLEASED WITH LOCATION.
Attorney T. D. Casey arrived in
Bismarck from Dickinson today and
will return home tomorrow. Mr. Casey
lived for years at Grafton, and for a
number of legislative sessions was the
only Democratic member of the house.
He moved to Dickinson this summer,
and is highly pleased with his present
A. A. Searl and wife of Minot were
over Sunday visitors Minot. Mr.
Searl is manager and proprietor of the
Orpheum theater at the Mouse river
TAKES OFFICE POSITION.
Joseph R. Gerst, who has been dis
trict manager for the Cudahy Pack
ing company at Bismarck for several
left Saturday night for Sioux City,
where he will take an office position
with his company after the first of
the year. A large number of travel
ing men here bade him farewell at the
RETURN8 TO BISMARCK.
C. N. Kirk, local manager for the
Marshall Oil company, accompanied
by his bride, arrived in Bismarck,
Sunday. They were married at Mar
shalltown, la., and will make Bis
marck their permanent home.
(Continued from page 1.)
Paul. The morning of Novamber 25th
the reception committee were on
hand to welcome Governor West, of
Oregon and Governor Norrle of Mon
tana, and November 26th witnessed
the arrival of Governor Carey, of Wy
oming. Today, St. Paul, capitol of
Minnesota, was the capitol of eight
stateB of the Great West due to the
presence of their chief executives
here, assemble* **r the trip of the
Western Governors' Special.
The special train idea originated
at a meeting, of the executive board
of the Western Development associa
tion at Salt Lake, Utah, April 20,1911.
The plan as proposed by the Western
Development association, was adopt
ed by the Northwestern Development
league. Then came the work of in
teresting the various communities of
the Western states which soon fol
lowed with the announcement of the
willingness of the Western governors
to accompany the special and the
train will be directly under the con
trol of the officials of the Western
Through the railroads arrangements
have been made to handle the train.
The special will go from St. Paul to
Chicago over the Burlingtgn roufe
from Chicago to New York over the
New York Central lines from New
York to Springfield, Mo., over the
Pennsylvania lines and from Spring
Held to St. Paul over the Burlington.
The complete itinerary follows:
Chicago, November 28 Kalamazoo,
November 29 Grand Rapids, Novem
ber 29 Detroit, November 30 Cleve
land, December 1 Buffalo. December
2: Rochester, December 4 Syracuse,
December 5: Utlca, December 6 Al
bany, December 6 Washington, De
cember 7 Baltimore, December 8
Philadelphia, December 9 New York,
December 11 Harrisburg, December
12 Pittsburg. December 13 Colum
bus, December 14 Cincinnati, De
cember 15 Indianapolis, December
16 Springfield, December 18 9t.
Paul, December 19.
The train is made up of a dynamo
baggage car, diner, five exhibit cars,
observation car and two compartment'
sleeping cars, one to be used exclu
sively by the governors. Arrange
ments tn* handling the train are
complete twenty-four hours before Its
departure from St. Paul and the final
inspection made. Supplies we
all on board and everything neces
sary for the comfort of the assengers
•provided. The train will carry a bar
ber, tailor, stenographer*, typewriters
for those of the newspaper men who
accompany the train and special sta
tionery for the governors. Motion
pictures will be made showing the de
parture of the special from St. Paul.
and the films will be displayed over
the prominent American vaudeville
.circuits. California and the 1915 ex
position have one complete car, Ore
gon and Idaho have combined on a
car and so have Montana and Wash
ington, as well as Minnesota, North
and South Dakota, in addition to Col
orado and Wyom'ne. making five cars
devoted to exhibits.
The Crest of
When this you see, remem
ber The Knowles& Haney
Superior Diamond Service,
and you will see it frequent
ly in bur advertisements.
This insignia, is a fit ex
pression of the higtf charac
ter of diamond service we
have given our customers
for years, and it stands today
for even more than it ever
meant—for our equipment
and buying facilities have
grown apace with our pres
Look for this Crest on your
Xmas gift it stands for quali
ty and exclusiveness.
KNOWLES & HANEV'S
Jewelers and Importers
Bismarck, N. D.
PUBLI8HED BY AUTHORITY OP
THE SECRETARY OF
Willis L. Moore.Chief of United States
Bismarck, North Dakota, Monday,
November 27. 1911.
All observations taken al.
(75th meridian time).
Miles City ..
St. Paul ..
B—Lowest temperature last night
C—Direction of wind.
D—Velocity of wind.
E—Precipitation in last 24 hours.
F—State of weather.
Till 7 p. m. Tuesday.
For North Dakota: Generally fair
tonight and Tuesday much colder to.
night, rising -temperature Tuesday.
For Bismarck and Vicinity: Gener
ally fair tonight and Tuesday much
colder tonight, rising temperature
In the extreme northwest an area
of abnormally hgh pressure is central
and its southeastward passage will re
sult in much lower temperature. The
weather conditions are fairly well set
tied and the indications are for fair
weather tonight and Tuesday, with
much lower temperature tonght, fol
lowed by rising temperature Tuesday.
ORRIS W. ROBERTS.
Official in Charge.
TOOK UP COLLECTION.
The scholars of the public schools
of Bismarck are taking up a collec
tion for the orphans' home at Fargo.
This morning the scholars at the Will
school had raised over $32.00.
TO LATE TOO CLA88IFY.
LOST—Two Soo checks, one for $30,
the other for $38.55, between Soo
depot and First National bank.
BOARD AND ROOM, $5.00 per week.
124 Sixth street.
FOUND—Gold locket on Fourth St.,
Saturday evening. Call 1021 Sev
FOUND—Pair ladies' kid gloves, Vlr
ginia make. Call at ad. office.
FOR SALE—Sideboard, almost new.
Inquire of Father Hiltner, corner
Second and Thayer streets.
WANTED—Suite of modern rooms for
light housekeeping. Address H. F.,
LOST—A small lace handkerchief at
the U. C. T. ball, or on the wax. to.
the banquet at the McKenzie. Leave
at Tribune. Reward.
WANTED—Place for 17-year-old boy
to work for. board and attend school.
Address Peter Andrew, City.
WANTED—At once, lady dishwasher
at Palace hotel.
FOUND—Two oval pins, one on the
street, with initials T. W. the oth
er found yesterday on steps of the
Finder please return to Soo freight
office for reward. Checks made to
Methodist church, no marks. Call
at Tribune office, identify and pay
for advertising and receive prop-.,
OF MUSICAL ARTISTS
BIG PRODUCTION OF MADAME
SHERRY AT THE BIJOU, SAT
URDAY, DECEMBER 9.
Oscar Figman, Well Known to the
Capital City Theatergoers, Will Be
on th* Bill.
It will be some years before the
theater-goers of this city will have the
opportunity of seeing such an assem
blage of famous musical artists to
gether as will be seen in Woods,
Frazee and Lederer's production of
"Madame Sherry," the world's most
noted triumph, which will be seen at
the Eijou on Saturday, December 9.
The famous salary list can easily ba
imagined when such artists as Oscar
"'""•an. Marie Flynn (prima donna 17
years old) Lillian Tucker. Lottie Ken.
dall, William Cameron, Harold Rehill,
Franklin Farnum, Jack Tob'ie and oth
ers are in the cast. The chorus girls
with the company are paid a salary
of $30 per week, just $10 more than
paid them by any other management.
True, they are paid this unusual sal
ary for they are capable of understu
dying the principals and are liable to
be called upon at any, moment to sing
a principal role which they are clever
enough to do.
The following menu will be served
by the ladies of St. Mary's cathedral
at the Armory, Tuesday evening, be
ginning at 5:30:
Mashed Potatoes. Creamed Turnips.
Pickles. Olives. Celery.
Cold Meats, Jelly.
Pumpkin Pie. Apple Pie.
ASK THE MERCHANT
To show you the goods you saw in his
Solid Oak Dressers $8.75 upwards
Solid Oak Chiffonier $7.75 upwards
Solid Oak Rrund Dining Table $14.50
Sold Oak Buffet $18.75 upwards
Rockers. Settes, Davenports and
Couches in endless variety and at ex
tremely low prices
LARSON LOSES FINE
PIECE OF VENISON
SOME MISCREANT 8TOLE DEER
WHICH WA8 HANGING IN
MrJLaraon Has Resumed Hunting—
"for the Man Who Made Away With
John A. Larson, local manager for
the Goodrich-Call Lumber company,
is at a loss to know who made away
with a nice large buck deer, which
he recently shot in the woods south
of the city.
Mr. Larson secured the deer several
days ago, and after dressing it hung
it in the lumber shed, where it re
mained securely for several days, but
some time during Sunday night some
one purloined the choice specimen
of the antlered tribe, and Mr. Larson
is still on the hunt—both for the
missing deer and the party who made
away with it.
Knights of Pythias Will Enjoy Dane
ing Party Wednesday.
The local lodge of the Knights of
Pythias has arranged for another of
its delightful dancing parties, which
will be given at the Caatle Hall next
Wednesday evening. A large attend,
ance is desired for the preceding bus
iness meeting as officers will be nom
inated for the ensuing year.
WAS FOURTH RED CAP
(Continued from page 1.)
the dispatch telling of the appoint
ment of a cardinal whoso name has
been reserved by his holiness, may
mean, it is said, that.the St. Paul
prelate has been elevated. Archbish
op Ireland, however, said he had
heard nothing of the report and if he
had been appointed would have been
notified before Dr. Doyle.
This elegant Brass Bed
beautifully finished in the
dull satin style, standing
almost 5 feet high, made
with 2 ineji post frames,
mounted with massive 3
inch caps of spun brass,
and supported by heavy
brass cross rods, the whole radiating simple elegance and dignity, given
ABSOLUTELY FREE with each purchase of $50,00 or more Furniture,
Bedding or Floor Coverings. Each purchase must be spot cash, no discount
This generous offer is good only during this week and is made solely to ac
quaint the buying public with our enormous stock, splendid varieties the sea
son's latest creations and our most extremely low prices.
During the week Special Sales wril prevail.
Dining chairs in
any finish. Our
leader is like cut,
genuine oak boxed
seat paneled, back
posts and cross
strength and ele
price only $1.95
Go-Cart Runners quickly attached at $1.00 per pair.
Flexible Flyer Sleds from $2.50 upward.
Hand Sleighs, plain and upholstered, price $3.75 upward.
Sleigh Boxes painted red, attach to any sled 85c each.
Fur Robes for go-cart or sled from $3.75 each upward.
A. W.LUCAS COMPANY
Watch for New nanQrtmont Cffnro Satisfactionor
Ad Daily UUpdIUIIclll OIUTB Voi Mone Bac
Brass Beds Special. Prices from
Steel Beds. Our special is a 2-in.
continuous frame bed in either Ver
nis Martin or pure white at $8.95.
Spring Special is a strong ingle
iron frame, re-inforced at corners,
with special hygienic framic, guaran
teed not to sag. Price only $3.75
Big Special. A genuine Bigelow
Carpet Co.'s Bagdad Wilton Rug,
rug 9x9 size standard. Price every
where $35, and full value too, our
sale price this week is only $28.75
Large assortment, beautiful color
ings and patterns, inlaid linohums,
standard grade 8-5 inlaid at $1.25
per squar yard. 16-4 or 12 foot wide
inlaid, at $1.35 per squar yard.
MONDAY,, NOVEMBER 27, 1911
store will not be open
Thanksgiving, but will be
open Wednesday night
the same as Saturday.
And deliverys the same as
Have a full line of Fruits
and Vegetables,' Figs,
Dates and all other
things to fill up the
table for Thanksgiving.
Soo Hotel Bldg. Phone 53
Phone Orders sent C. 0. D.
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