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FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1917.
UfU3?,li«r. •mr "I KILLED HER" Confessed the wastrel, disarmed by the wiles of pretty. Edith Graham. That was after Corporal Emerson of the "Mounted" had been accused of the deed and" imprisoned, with only Ihe knowledge of Edith's love to com fort him. •. Shirley Mason "Filrndom's Newest, Brightest Star" in EDISON'S "The Law of the North" A fascinating story of the Canadian Northwest Mounted Police, and of love and adventure in the Land of Snows. Supporting Miss Mason is'a cast of exceptional excellence, including such favorite players as Pat O'Malley, Sally Crate, Richard Tucker, Charles Sut ton and Fred Jones. DON'T FAIL TO SEE IT AT THE BISMARCK THEATRE TO-NIGHT ONLY TOMORROW ONLY "The Car of Chance" Five Reel Blue Bird Feature BIMCK HEADS LIST OF CITIES (Continued from Page One) Tile following telegram from Con gressman George M. Young: Young Sends Wire. "According to press reports, Bur leigh county has made a remarkable showing in respect to the Red Cross fund, raising more than double its apportionment and almost double the apportionment for the war Y. Af. C. A. This is genuine patriotism with out any interest coupons attached. Hats off to Burleigh!'' There is still much to be done for relief of the war injured. Personal service probably is needed more now than money. Women who want to sew and assist the local chapter should communicate with Mrs. F. L. Conklin, who will direct them to the proper committees. Also those who have not become enrolled as members in this great so ciety should send in a membership to Mrs. Conklin. ORANGES BANANAS LEMONS PEACHES bismarck, n. d. St. Anthony Boy Badly Hurt in Fall From Horse—Cranky Car Causes Injury As a result of Fourth of "July acci dents not wholly typical of the day, Johnnie Leingang, lu-year-old son of Mr.- and Mrs,, Jess Leingang of near St Anthony, lies in the Mandan hos pital with a seriously' fractured leg, while Earling Hendrickson, ,son of -Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrickson, has a badly fractured arm. The Leingang boy was thrown from a horse, when about a mile from his home. Realizing the serious nature of his injury, he made a brave effort to drag himself home through a plow ed field. The screams which his ag onies brought forth were heard at the house when he had progressed about half the distance. The gritty youngster was brought to Mandan and the fracture was reduced at the hospital, where it is anticipated some time will be required for the bones to knit. The Hendrickson boy was cranking his father's automobile, in which the family had planned to drive to Heart for the Fourth, when the engine back fired, shattering the bones in his right arm. He was at once removed to the hospital. HALO FOR HEINE? YES, HE EARNED IT John McGraw might make good use of the halo left in New York by Mat ty, by hammering it down so it would fit the lordly brow of Heinie the £im. Zim is entitled to a halo this year. Playing with the worst rowdies in the league, Heinie, with all his repu tation for baiting umpires, lighting and generally making himself a hard guy," has not had a fight this year, and has not had a run-in with an um pire. He almost dented this record the other day, when he turned hotly 0Y1 Umpire Bill Klem, but Fletcher got between them and restored peace. !Phelan Finnegan, First Class Fighting Man, Is Champion of Old U.S. Brown & Geiermann Rolette, N. D., July fi.—Phalan Finnegan, with Brian iBoru sticking out all over him, most everlastingly swatted a fellow citizen who suggest ed something about. Deutscliland uber alles. After Phalan had finished the Quality Grocers 63—PHONES—5(1 Quality Grocers 114 Fifth St. SATURDAY SPECIALS Hood River Strawberries, per box 18c. 2 for 35c Hood River Strawberries, per crate of 24 boxes $3.75 PEARS APRICOTS PLUMS CANTELOUPES WATERMELONS TOMATOES HEAD LETTUCE LEAF LETTUCE CELERY CARROTS GREEN ONIONS CUCUMBERS CHERRIES RADISHES NEW POTATOES PURE HIGH TEST SWEET CREAM ssFOR SALE= HERE IS YOUR OPPROTUNITY to step into a business that has been established for years on an honest and upright basis—a business that runs into the THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS a year in fact the store's business last year amounted to over $150,000.00 The store can be conducted economically—its re putation for good merchandise is known not only in Bismarck but all over the Dakota*. ITS GUSSNER'S GROCERY AND MEAT MARKET Wholesale and Retail The rent of the place is reasonable—terms can'be arranged —if you want a good business, get in touch with me immediate ly—don't miss this opportunity. Failing health necessitates the sale. This business I have conducted for 34 years. I'm the oldest merchant in town. I've done my share of work for this section of the country and I'm going to take a long rest. GUSSNER'S Phone 60 job, he submitted to arrest, walked into police court and pleaded guilty. The police magistrate complimented him on his good work and turned him loose. Then 200 friends of the pug nacious defender of the Stars and Stripes gathered at the new flour mill and tendered Mr. Finnegan a public reception, during which he was pre sented with a solid gold fob engraved with a suitable testimonial from the citizens. A collection taken for the Red Cross during the meeting netted $48. O 0 GRAIN MARKETS I O O MINNEAPOLIS. No. 1 hard 249 @254. No. 1 northern 239 @249 Xo. 2 northern .229 @239 No. 3 wheat 204 @229 No. 2 hard Mont 23^ No. 1 durum 193 @198 No. 2 durum 183 @93 No. 3 yellow corn 174% @176% No. 3 yellow corn to arr 16ft%.@171% Corn, other grades 1i4 @176 Nb. 4 yellow corn to arr 165 •No. 2 white Mont 72 @73 No. 3 white oats 69 No. 3 white oats to arr.. 18 68^ No. 4 white oats 67Va@ 68V2 Barley 105 @134 Barley, choice 134 @139 Rye 224 @226 Rye to arr 210 Flax 264 @269 July 229 September 190 •Close 1:40 p. m. DULUTH. July ....: 231% No. 1 hard on trk 232% No. 1 northern on trk... 231% No. 2 northern on trk... 226% No. 1 northern to arr... 231% No. 1 spot durum. 198 No. 2 spot durum 193 July 198 Oats on trk 67 70 Rye on trk 218 @220 Barley on trk 80 @125 Flax on trk 269 Flax to arr .. 260 Flax to arr, October 270 July 269 September 271 October 270 High July 231% Low July 226 Close 1:35 p. m. GATTLI MARKETS 8T. PAUL. HOGS—Receipts, 5,000, steady to 10c higher range, $14.50@H6.65 bulk, $14 email@example.com. CATTLE—(Receipts, 1,500 killers, strong steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org() cows and heifers, $5.50 3 10.25 calves, steady, $email@example.com stockers and feeders, steeady, $firstname.lastname@example.org. SHEEP—Receipts, 250, steady with lambs at $email@example.com wethers, $7.00 @9.75, and ewes, $firstname.lastname@example.org. CATTLE Receipts, 2,000, steady native be*f steers, $8 3C@13.80 stock ers and feeders, $email@example.com cows and heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $10.00© 14.50. •SHEEP—Receipts, 3,000, firm with wethers at $email@example.com lambs, $10.00 @16.50 springs and ewes, no quota tions. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE CLOSURE SALE BY ADVERTISE MENT. The notice ia jicreby given that that certain mortgage, made, execttt ed and delivered by Simon Harris, a widower, mortgagor, to Alonzo Thompson, mortgagee, dated the 7th day of November, 1908, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of E'urleigh and State of North Dakota, on the 17th day of November, 1908, and re corded in book 27 of mortgages, at page 288, and assigned by the execu tor of the estate of sai:l Alonzo Thompson, deceased, to Hattie I. Lind ley, which assignment Is recorded in book S3 of mortgages, at page 369, will be foreclosed by a sale of the? premises in such mortgage and here inafter described, at the front door of the Court House, in the County of Burleigh and State of North Dakota, at the hour of 10 o'clock, a. m., on the 11th day of August, 1917, to sat isfy the amount due upon such mort gage on the day of sale. The premises described in said mortgage, and which will be sold to satisfy the same, are described as follows: The North Half (N 1-2) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4), ana the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of the Northwest Quarter (NW 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4), and the Southeast Quarter (SE 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of the Northeast Quarter (NE 1-4) of Sec tion Twenty-nine (29), Township One HQndred and Thirty-nine (138), Range Eighty (80), West of the 5th P. M., Burleigh County, North Dakota. There will be due on such mort gage at the date of sale the sum of One Thousand Two Hundred Fifty eight Dollars and Seventy-one cents ($1,258.71), besides costs and attor ney's fees. Dated this 30th day of June, A. D. 1917. HATTIE I. LINDLEY, Assignee of Mortgagee. THEODORE KOFFEL, Attorney For Assignee of Mort gagee, Bismarck, North Dakota. (7—5, 12, 19, 26 8—2, 9) Half of Country1! Nuts Watted. Nuts are wasted In great quantities in some parts of the country. This Is true especially of such varieties as black walnuts and butternuts which have kernels not so easily taken from their shells as those of chestnuts'and hickory nuts. It is probable'that not half of the nuts which ripen every fall in the United States are ever eaten human beings. by WANTED/MEN FOR THE HOSPI TAL CORPS, 1ST NORTH DAKOTA INFANTRY. Fifteen men wanted at once to en list in the Hospital Corps of the 1st North Dakota Regiment. Experience ip drug store, hospital or nursing de sired. Apply t$ Major Charles E. Hunt, Medical Corps, Bismarck, N. D. (Fort Lincolp.) 7-6-2t BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE KINGDON GOULD WEDS FORMER GOVERNESS •m? J¥l?S! KinQdon GOVLTJ. Mrs. Kingdon Could, whose mar riage this week to (he son of George J. Gould was a surprise to the fam ily, formerly was a governess in the Gould family. She was born in Arez zo, Italy, and prior to her marriage was Miss Annunziata Camilla Maria Lucci. Recently she has been study ing art. She is 31 anci the groom 29. S1ILL SEARCH Fortress Monroe, Va., July 6.—Na val patrol boats today continued their search for an enemy submarine, which was reported to have been sighted submerged in these waters, yesterday, but no trace of the craft has been found. Marine observers did not believe it possible for a submarine to sub merge in the Roads or lower Chesa peake bay, because of the insufficient depth of the water, and in this con nection they point to the fact that the German merchantman, Deutscli land, could not go under until after she passed the Virginia capes last summer. HARVEY BUBBLING OVER WITH ENTHUSIASM FOR THE SMASHING SECOND Expects to Form Infantry Com pany in Addition to Furn ishing Regimental Band Harvey, N. 1).. July 6.—Governor Fraaier has designated the Harvey band as regimental band for the regi ment now forming, and citizens of Harvey and vicinity have all come forward and offered their servicus in an effort to back up the government and state. Every effort is being put forth to form a company for the new regiment. The officers of the homf guard at Harvey are prepared to lead this new company and are ready to go, although, of course, that matter could not be fully settled at this time. Citizens and men who have enlisted are busy recruiting the company up to full strength. Already outside of the band there are about 35 enlist ments from this city. Recruiting of fices, in charge of George Crawford, have been opened. NOTICE. Anybody giving credit to Mrs. George Junghans will be doing so at their own risk. 7-6-31 Signed: CKO. JUNGHANS. ID GOLD TRAIL III BUCK HILLS WILLJP SOON Secretary Keniston Goes to Lem- mon to Attend Last Prelim inary Meeting George N. Keniston, secretary of the Bismarck Commercial club, with his family, left Thursday, via Het tinger, for Lemmon, S. D., where he will attend today a meeting of the directors of the Devils Lake, Bis marck & Black Hills trail, of which he is vice president. This is the second preliminary meeting of this trail organization. A final meeting of all the directors and vice presidents will be held in Bismarck in August, when plans for the logging and blaz ing of the trail and an active public ity campaign for its promotion will be determined. Popularity Promised. This highway promises to become one of the most popular of the many which combine to make Bismarck the hub of the northwest transcontinental trail system. From Devils Lake to Bismarck the trail follows an already well defined system of county roads, connecting all the couniy seats en rqute. Hence to Rapid City, Lead and Deadwood, S. D„ the historic Black Hills trail, which played so important a part in the early devel opment of Bismarck and the territory southwest of this city, is followed. .The trail extends from tha Black Hills in almost a straight line through to Denver, with an offshoot- to Chey enne, and it is expected to become particularly popular with tourists de siring to make a late fall journey to the southwest. Open Through to Denver. The trail is now open through to Denver, a pathfinder sent out last fall by the Bismarck Commercial club having made the trip in good time and finding the roads, with the ex ception of a small stretch through the Standing Rock reservation, in good condition. Secretary Keniston has fathered two of the northwest's most popular trails—the Yellow and the Red—and he anticipates fully as great success with the promotion of the Gold trail—the old Clack Hills route. About r.O wagon loads Dry Corn Cobs for sale, $1.00 a load. Makes good summer fuel. Bismarck Eleva tor Investment Co. Offices over Bis marck Bank. FOR SALE—Furniture for four-room apartment for sale. Phone 632. 7-6-Gt WANTED—Day work 2f cents per hour. Tribune, 201. 7-6-11 LOGAN'S "We Thank You" Fancy Hood River Straw berries, 2 boxes 35c per crate $3.60 Plums, per crate 75c Peaches, per dozen 30c Fancy Cantaloupes, 3 for .... 25c Watermelons, 50c to 75c Both Phones PHONE 211 120 3rd Street Our Last Delivery Saturdays leaves at 5 o'clock sharp. Week days at 4:45 New Potatoes Fresh Fruits New Potatoes, large, smooth and of excellent quality, but little higher in price than the old crop. We are well supplied with the different kinds of fresh fruits, melons and vegetables at usual prices. Uzar coffee, an extra 40c quality coffee, steel cut in I three-pound cans with priv-1 ilege of using half of it and if not satisfied with quality and price return the can andl get your money back. 3-lb.J srr $1.00 Uzar coffee, same gr&del and guarantee, 1-lb. can, perl can 35c two pound *7A can, per can I Uv| Fort Snelling brand cof-' fee, very choice, 1-lb. can3i 43c two QCrl cans OOH Java and Mocha, the best coffee money will A buy 1-lb. can Pure Sweet Cream with (your coffee, Iflr 1-2 pint 1UW Minneopa brand early May pickings, uncolored Japan [Tea, 1-2 pound [package **OC White House brand India l& Ceylon tea, put up in com petition with Lipton's, 1-2 [pound cans uul Lipton's Tea, Ceylon & India, black, blend A yellow label, 1-2 A Cr •pound TrlJW The McConkey Commercial Co. 510 Broadway Phone 209 Walk-Over Pumps White Shoes and Pumps Prices Ranging from $225 to $12.00 Our Saturday offerings are immense. They are all fresh, new fashionable garments offered at prices that should immediately persuade you to come. Dress Materials 36 inch figured sport and dress goods. Many patterns to select from. Regular 39c values. Special for Satur day at, per yard 25c SILKS 36 in. figured pongee silk. Qood patterns in fancy stripes and figures. Special for Saturday $1.98 TUB SILKS Large variety of patterns to select from.Regular 98c quality. Special for Saturday 75c Ladies patent and dull leather pumps and straps with Goodyear Welt soles and half Louis leather heels. The fact that these pumps are the Walk Over make, assures you of the best quality and workmanship. Specially priced for Saturday's selling WEBB BROTHERS Comfort Style and Durability EXEIPTION IMS Ctll NOT GET nil HUE Will Be Impossible for County Bodies to Comply With Pro vost Marshal's Request It will be utterly impossible for North Dakota's county exemption boards to comply with the provost marshal's instructions that reports be on their way to him by tomorrow and that registration cards be in the bands of Adjutant General Fraser by VHRSfc SILK SUITS Only a few left but these are well selected styles and are shown in attractive colors. Dressy and tailored models. Special for Sat urday only at ONE-HALF PRICE. White Chinchilla Coats A special lot for thife sale "Belt ed and loose styles. Many at tractively trimmed with black vel vet. Values up to $9.75. Special price Wash Dresses Ladies and Misses sizes. This lot consists of Voiles, Lawns, Em broideries. etc., selected for Sat urday's sale and specially priced at $4.48 Tub SKirts New, fresh numbers in linen, poplin and gaberdine. Regular $3.25 and $3.75 Up values. Special vaiau Middy Blouses A variety of styles to se lect from. All white and with trimmings of sport stripes. Sizes ..14 to 20. Special for Saturday 98c Boy's Tub Suits In galatea, linene and crash in neat stripes and fig ures as well as plain colors. Also khaki soldier suits. Sizes 2 to 6 years. Priced from 65c «P to $2.25 Webb Brothers Bismarck's Leading Department Store Special for Saturday .$3.35 $3.35 The New Military Service Boot These boats are of the latest eastern creation and can be found only in the bet ter class stores. They come in Russia calf ?kin and white Nubuck, with Ooodyear Welt soles and the new Military Heel $900 AND $10M that date. Probably half of next week will have passed before any great pro portion of the boards have reported. Some needed supplies only went out from the adjutant general's office to day, having just been received from the war department. Futurist Judgment*. It is rather regrettable that people are so much concerned, in matters Of art, over the agreement of their Judg ments with the Judgments of the wtM men of the future. It is really some thing of such very small importance. The proper way to relate oneself to pictures is Just to look at them—« often, if one Is interested, occasions If not—The New Republic. ™—1 latlft -J