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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 2 March 1901

2 ®fu Itgmaticfe SvUmtie. By M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every afternoon, except Sim day, at Bisnunvk, North Dakota, is deliv­ ered by carrier to all parts of the city at 50 cents per month, or $0 per year. The daily sent to any address in the United States and Canada, postage prepaid, S:i per year $3 for six months $1.50 for three months. THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE. Published every Friday: eight pages, containing a summary of the uews of the week—local and foreign—particular atten­ tion being paid to state news. Sent to any address, postage paid, for $1.00 for one year 50 cents for six months 25 cents for three months. The Bismarck Tribune is the oldest newspaper in the state—established June 11, 187.'- It has a wide circulation and is a desirable advertising medium. Being published :'.t the capital of the state It makes a feature of state uews, of a .semi­ official character, and is therefore particu­ larly interesting to all who desire to keep the run of state affairs—poli...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 2 March 1901

i» I fk PROFESS!ONAtL CARDS ALLEN &COCHRANE" ATTOIiNETS AT LAW MCKENZIE BLOCK A. T. PATTERSON ATTOBNEY AT LAW FIEST NAT'X. BANK BLOCK ONK CKNT A W011D COLUMN VVTANTED—Party to share car household goods Bismarck to Los Angeles. Pass :for one man. Enquire at. Tribune office. THE WEATHER. Maximum-temperature yesterday 54. Minimum temperature yesterday 37. Forecasts for 24 hours ending tonight at 8 o'clock—Partly cloudy and stationary temperature. THE CITY Wednesday evening Col. J. W. Foley is Medora. Oil Inspector Schruth came in night from Fargo. Dr. Matchen is ill with an attack of grippe and unable to attend to his pro­ fessional duties for a few days. Save your pennies for the bazaar to be given for the benefit of the gymna­ sium. Wednesday evening, March 6. A number of the visitors to the city returned east last night, they having been interested in the appointments made yesterday. The number of visitors at the capitol is increasing as the session is nearing a close and the "d...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 2 March 1901

THE ORIGINAL WORCESTERSHIRE JBB* Beware of Imitations LEA»PERRINS' It is highly approved for the very agreeable zest which it imparts to Soups, Fish, Game, Hot Slid Cold Meats, Salads, Welsh Rarebits, etc. THE PEENCH SOLDIER SOME OF THE BRUTALITIES TO WHICH HE IS SUBJECTED. Hailnga and Otber Punishments Which Sometimes End In the Vic­ tim's Death That Are Winked at, if Kot Ordered, by the Officers. Soldiers the French army are not subjected by law to corporal punish­ ment any more than it has been apart of the regulations governing th,e Mili­ tary academy at West Point that ca­ dets should "brace" or "qualify" on molasses and prunes. Nevertheless the French soldier is put through a hazing process which is most severe and several times has caused death. The French soldier is known as Ficton or Dumanet. just as the English soldier Is known as Tommy Atkins. Dumanet finds when he joins the colors that life ts not all skittles for a soldier. The thing which distinguishes the hazing In th...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 3 March 1901

si fk iSCv 4- TWENTY-FIRST YEAR. WHERE'S THE STUFF? If There's a Thousand Plunkers For Finn Leech, the Cass County Man Wants It. Question of Privilege in the Houfte and Clerk Gaulke Asked to Explain Some Charges. Little Variety in the Session of the House Yesterday—Too Much Talkee Talkee. THE SENATE. Governor White sent a special message to the senate yesterday urging upon that body the necessity for further economy. Tfie governor presented figures to show that with the standing appropriations and the appropriations that have been favorably reported from committees and are in line for passage by the two houses, there will be a deficit at- the end of the biennial period notwithstanding the fact that the educational institutions have been providsd for by a one mill tax, and the general fund will be relieved of their support. The governor stated the prob­ able revenues from all sources for the biennial period would be approximately $955,000. Standing appropriations call for $570,000 of...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 3 March 1901

2 By M. H. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published every afternoon, except Sun­ day, at Bismarck, North Dakota, is deliv­ ered by carrier to all parts of the city at 50 cents per month, or $0 per year. The daily sent to any address In the United States and Canada, postage prepaid, $ per year $3 for six months $1.50 for three months. Brigadier Generals James H. Wilson and Pitz agh Lee have been placed on the retired list of the army. Octopus seems hurt at something the Tribune printed—it didn't mean to print it if it wasn't so. The Forum knows how those things slip in—like "up to Jewell"—and things like that. The way the state papers are jumping on to that aggregation of machinery men farmers' friends—who met at Grand Forks and denounced the peni­ tentiary twine trust—is a caution. When Senator Allen, on the floor of the senate, characterized Admiral Samp­ son as a "conceited ass," the galleries— representing the real sentiment of the American people—broke out in loud applause. The Farg...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 3 March 1901

J** ii i* A- A MAYOR'S miracle, rHe Mn«e the Blind See, the Deaf Hear And the Lame Walk. Prom the many anecdotes of Bamp fylde Moore Carew's" rogueries in Ar­ thur Montefiore Brice's essay on that "Amazing Vagabond" we quote one In which Carew and his gypsy crew who had rigged themselves up as cripples and gathered at Bridgewater fair to plunder the junketers came off second best. When the mayor of Bridgewater heard that this motley group of crip­ ples had arrived, he announced to some his ttiehds that he was possessed of a power they perhaps little suspected— that, in fact, he could make the blind see, the deaf hear and the lame walk.. Bets, were freely made that he could do nothing of the kind, and thereupon the mayor had the gypsies arretted and immediately brought before him and, after hearing their harrowing tales, or­ dered them to be confined for the night in the lockup. About 10 o'clock at night, however, the municipal surgeon entered with a lantern and announced that he wou...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 3 March 1901

\Hu: k! 1,v 1 to- & &.<- &r i. sf tk '$rr4 r^H MANAGING THE HOG. TYPE OF ANIMAL BEST SUITED FOR BREEDING PURPOSES. liOns loose Make dp Rather Better Than the Dumpling Shape—Feed­ ing Brood Sow Care of Young Plg»—Value of Pasture. Discussing the hog problem in The Breeder's Gazette, A. J. Lovejoy of Iowa says: In the first place it is all important that one should start with as good a quality of breeding stock as his purse will procure. The sows should be of a long, loose make up rather than the plump dumpling type, for in this type one will find a more prolific sow and a more motherly disposition. She should be coupled with a boar that is a little more compact in his make up and yet not enough to be extremely different. Both should be well proportioned, wide In chest, full in heart girth, good strong back slightly full or arching a trifle, broad and full in the loin and with good hams, legs short or medium, feet strong, nose short, face widjet, neck short and well fil...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 5 March 1901

I WRECK ON THE SOO. Enough Snow on the Soo Branch to Call for a Snow Plow and a Smash up Results. Kulm Messenger: Last Sunday's reg­ ular train on this branch of the Soo line was abandoned on account of snow be­ tween here and Braddock. On Monday morning the regular crew with Road master Wood, the section foremen along the lino and a large force of men left to open the road. They encountered no snow to speak of in any of the big cuts just west of town, but when Boneville's ranch was reached there was plenty of it, and when a mile or two west of there Engineer West, observing a heavy drift ahead, put on a full head of steam and had reached the center of the long cut when the snow plow broke and threw the engine from the track, several cars following. The locomotive tore up sev­ eral rail's length of track, then tipping over against the bank of the cut,-slid about one hundred feet further. The wholo train except the passenger coach and the car ahead, was derailed. The coach was well t...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 5 March 1901

IS* I j, iPk IF Wt 5£"M fV ft1 n-' lp"r *5% r. &. *V. I »^-5 W( ligmarclt -SvUmw. IUj M. II. JEWELL. THE DAILY TRIBUNE. Published oviiy nfternoon, pxcopt Sun dnv. at Blsuniirk, North Dakota, is deliv­ ered bv ean-u'i- to nil parts of tho city :u no cents pot- month, or $0 per yiwir. Thr dMily scut to any address In the 1 States and Canada,- postage pivpajd, S per v?tirj $3 mouths S1..-0 for three months. THE WEEKl.Y TRI15UXE. Published pverj- Fi-iday ciirhr pages, containing a MiuuiKuy of ilio innvs of any address one year ."0 eem for three month- The Bisniar'k newspaper in 11. 1S73. It ha­ il desirable aiv published at makes a feature official clinraeier tlH* week—local and foreign—parik-uhir atten­ tion beln£ paid to state news. Sent to 1" a^e fur paid, for ?1.00 for months ~2't cents Ti-n.-me is the oldest state—established June a wide circulation and is iiisin,' medium. Belli "apitiU of the state it if state news, of a scmi and is therefore partien- larlv interestius to all ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 5 March 1901

8 bLueJ8,' worried, over-worked women. __ peculiar puffiness under the eyes? Have you you an impending sense of illness These an hJPiiured !®Won® ftnt* PROFESSIONAL CAEDS ALLEN & COCHRANE ATTORNEYS AT LAW MOKENZIE BLOCK A. T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRST NAT'L BANK BLOCK ONE CENT A WORD COLUMN I OST SN Irisli setter pup. Suttlo, Sixth street. Fred Snore came in last night from Minnewaukan. Don't fail to visit the Gypsy camp at the Penny Bazaar. Mrs. W. F. Gushing- and children left for Fargo last night. R. S. Adams of Lisbon was among the legislative visitors yesterday. Hon. L. B. Hanna of Fargo was among the guests in the city yesterday. District court will be held in McLean county, beginning the 19th inst. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Lamb of Washburn visited in the capital city last week. Sheriff Twichell of Fargo mingled with the legislators at the capital yesterday. "The Pauci de Lecti club will meet with Elizabeth Jones, Tuesday evening March 5. The social club will give their la...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 5 March 1901

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Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 6 March 1901

BILLS SLAUGHTERED House Puts In a Day With the Butcher Knife and Senate Bills Go to The Shambles. Wolf Bounty Bill is Killed and Stock Inspection Bill and High School Bill With It. All Institution Approprations Bills are Passed—Capitol Removal Bill Defeated. THE SENATE. There were only two or three little dis­ turbances of the monotony of the senate proceedings yesterday. When the long and short haul bill, providing against discrimination, came up, Senator La Moure opposed two provisions of the bill one of t'hem that which provided for transfer of fears of freight from one road to another without charge. The Pembina senator didn't think railroads could be compelled jjo do this service without compensation. He said it had cost the state s6me $10,000 to $12,000 in an endeavor to educate a young attorney in enforcing impossible legislation against railroads, and that an attempt to enact this provision would only mean more useless expense for the state. Then he wanted to know why there ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 6 March 1901

2 ItomMick Sributtt. By M. H. JEWELL. •'Donnybrook" is the name of a new town up in Ward county—with a new paper—and Mike de la Bere favors giv­ ing thern the state fair. The Forum has it that the state press anticipates some sultry reading when L. D. McGahan starts toedit Mayor Patter­ son's paper at Bismarck. The Grand Forks Herald bravely declares that—"right will prevail"—and should have added—"with George as judge"—no rank imitation reformer need apply. Octopussav« "It's sometimes—telling the truth that hurts—which is to re­ mind thf Tribune about its remarks but Octopus doesn't mind-if the Trib doesn't"—and the Trib doesn't. Tt is admitted on all sides that the total assessed valuation of the state this year will exceed $125,(W,WO. It ought to be raised to at least .$130,000.000—for state purposes—which would not be burdensome. The Drayton Echo says that Jud La Moure is making a great record at Bis­ marck this wiuter that's what the Grand Forks Herald says, also, but the Heral...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 6 March 1901

A. T. PATTERSON ATTORNEY AT LAW FIRST NAT'L BANK BLOCK ONE CEXT A WORD COLUMN OST Irish Setter pun. Return for reward to Henry Suttle, Sixth street. COR RENT—The Tliompsou house, opposite the Presbyterian church, on Second street. Apply to J. R. Gage. \VfANTED—Party to share car household goods Bismarck to Los Angolas. Pass for one man. Enquire at, Tribune office. •VyAXTED—Salesmen salary or commission school furniture and supplies. Union •School Furnishing Co., 211 Madison St., Chi­ cago, 111. THE WEATHER. Maximum temperature yesterday 15. Minimum temperature yesterday 4. Forecasts for54 hours ending tonightat S o'clock—Fair and continued cold. THE CITY Services will be held this morning at 10 o'clock at Church of St. George. Lunch will be served on the European plan at the Penny Bazaar this evening. Mrs. W. T. Sprake of Casselton has been visiting in the city for a few days. Hon. H. R. Hartman of Page was among tho legislative visitors yesterday. Bank Examiner Gordon has been amon...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 6 March 1901

^, f: $1 pV *.1 3&f gw %a w?f wi Kak AWFUL DEATH. Lite of an Iron Worker Crushed Out By Fall of Ore. Ashland, Wis.. March 5.—Robert Bum side, night foreman of the Ashland iron and steel companies, met a horrible death last evening while assisting in loosening a pile of frozen ore. The pile suddenly broke and four tons, falling from top, enveloped Burnside, crushing out his life instantly. KILLED. South Dakota Legislature i, Follows Suit and Kills the Capitol Removal Bill. Pierre, March 5.—The capitol removal bill was killed. Governor Herried reappoints a repub­ lican board of charities and corrections under the new law. HATCHETS NEEDED. Jamestown Preacher Gets Excited and Says Hatchets Are Needed There. Alert: At the union temperance meet­ ing Sunday evening Rev. Spicer of the Free Methodist church made a sensa­ tional address in which he stated that Jamestown had a number of joints need­ ing Carrie Nation's attention. The speaker said that some preachers are too "stuck up" to m...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 7 March 1901

I HElBIHGjrHE CLOSE Large Number of Measures Disposed of, and the End of the Legisla­ ture is Near. Clerk Gaulke Loses His Job Because He Fails to Make a Satisfac­ tory Retraction. Governor Appoints R, C. Wallace as State Examiner and Mudgett and Young Asylum Trustees. THE SENATE. The passage of house bills engaged the greater part of the session of the senate yesterday. The order was reached about the middle of the afternoon and the sen­ ate remained in session until a little after five o'clock, the latest session which has been held yet. The appointments of the governor were received in the early part of the afternoon and the senate remained in executive session for some time con­ sidering them. All were excluded from the executive session but the members, but through the glass doors the specta­ tors in the hall watched the tall senator from the Pembinas, LaMoure, expressing himself in several addresses of unusual duration for him. His remarks were emphatic at times, and punctuate...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 7 March 1901

'*?t fc pn' 13 fr' •V I* A' hi Kf'ii I a.^ $ S& |U y- •*w s?l III! t" E$l£r Whf M, |k &' «S5,: IIP' fP" ir IP' TfWi&TswMii ffSawJ ®W®KV Vlfc'AV- J- If Vj-* -1\* •«,».» ?he §imatcfe Stffautu. By M. H. JEWELL. Gen. Fitzhugh Lee, now that he has been honored by hi9 country, expresses an intention of making his home ID the west—and the west will welcome him right royally. The Rose (Torrens) land title bill is now before the senate. This system po­ ssesses much merit and if North Dakota is to adopt it at all the sooner the better. It is not favored by abstractors, but it is •a good measure just the same and is likely to become a law. The house unanimously killed the Murphy bill for city elections in even numbered years, which would have leg­ islated Mayor Patterson of Bismarck in office another year—and now we'll have an election in Bismarck next month. Awful nuisance,but we must take things as they come. '•Resubmission laid away for another two years," is the way the Fargo C...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 7 March 1901

"V 4k HE CURSED THE TOWN END OF THE FIRST CAPITAL OF ILLI­ NOIS PROPHESIED BY AN INDIAN. The Detraction o4 the Town of Kaa kaakia Wu In Accordance With the Lust Words of the Chief Who Died For A Woman's Love. Since the waters of the Mississippi river washed away the last vestige of Kaskaskia, the first capital of Illinois, •an old legend that contained the proph­ ecy of the total destruction of the once flourishing little city has been recalled. Kaskaskia was situated on a peninsula •at the junction of the Kaskaskia and the Mississippi rivers, and in 18S2 the Mississippi river cut its way through the peninsula, leaving the remnant of the town on an island. The water con­ tinued to wash away the rich alluvial deposits on which Kaskaskia was built until, late in 190^ the last foot of the land where the town once stood disap­ peared. This singular ending of Ivas kaskia's once splendid ambitions has recalled to the superstitious the story that the town was cursed in the eight­ eenth cen...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 7 March 1901

SELECTING A HOESE. POINTS FOR GUIDANCE IN CHOOSING A STALLION. General Eqntne Characteristic* to Be Considered Concerning the Head and Ear—Quality Better Than Site. Tlie buyer seeking to provide himself with a horse to breed either to hi? own mares or to those of his neighbors for fees must not rest content with finding one that is sound or nearly so and large boned. There are many other points in which the horse must excel if he is to prove a satisfactory breeder, says The Breeder's Gazette. A few of these points have been mentioned previous­ ly, but in closing this series of articles It will be well to cover some of them once more. To begin with, the stallion must look like a stallion. Some really good breed­ ing horses have had effeminate necks PRINCE GOODWIN, CLYDESDALE. and heads—old Holland Major is a cas« in point—but as a rule it is the horse with a stallion's neck, head and pres­ ence that stamps his own image on hia progeny. The neck must be properly set into a pair of slo...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Bismarck daily tribune. — 8 March 1901

"t TWENTY-FIRST YEAR. PLENTY OF WARMTH House and Senate Sessions Yesterday Among the Most Interesting of the Session. Hot Debates Are the Order and the Atmosphere Charged With Ora­ torical Electricity. Simpson, LaMoure and \A$plbert Come Together Over Amendment of Game Law. Oil Inspection Bill Passed, the Senate Concurring in the House Amendments. The Maximum Coal Rate Bill Fur­ nishes Its Share of Fun for the Cay. THE SENATE. There was no dearth of interest in the session of the senate yesterday. Inter­ spersed with the routine passage of house there were interesting debates, bills passages at arms between senators, motions to recess, calls for the consider­ ation of bills that got temporarily side­ tracked, bursts of applause when some particularly bright peroration was ren­ dered and finally the senate recessed until this morning just at the close of the hottest debate of the day, when Sen­ ators Simpson, LaMoure and Wolbert had it hammer and tongs over the pro­ posed amendment p...

Publication Title: Bismarck Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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