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Bismarck Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - June 5, 1911, Bismarck, North Dakota mm wit n Fi H. hearing on Hay 26, Police complaining examination over to District coiM au of and was to where he is likely to t regular of So has no to secure From all can bo tbe cate ie quite at reported in these last tomey iba doet not propose to kaep Miss Paddock in the state until after The young appears to be a willing witness but if to her in defense suade her to refuse to back for the Miss Paddock is ping at the of Mr. and M.S. 3. A. UP Til DAY June 5. The ate was the only branch of Cong t ess Senator was to call up his resolution Vinst directors of the Oil the Tobacco to urge under the of the supreme continued Jl. Hef uu t These hearings will close day or Tte report of the w. Principal Speaker at tomorrow TRIBUNE SJT BRING of to Begin After Federal Council i IIB in IP UN un i u June 5. The synod of Lutheran church in the oldest Lutheran body in this will begin its biennial in the Memorial Lutheran this day Dally sessions of the synod will be held until when gates will go by special train to to participate in the dedi of the new Deaconess house of the erected as i testimonial to the work done by mother in sending out expert deaconesses for service in con The meeting of the synod is pre ceded by tbe first convention of federal council of the Lutheran broth beginning in tbe President Taft is expected to speak at the banquet which will bring the convention to a tomorrow night TOUTS or IS Ml by r the ate day Activity the House end of tbe capital was confined to various of to the On kbo that bad ro Tbe will be POSTMASTER GENERAL COCK BREAKING ALL After July 1 of f Will la Extended to Cl of the General Hitchcock re held in a spot and of ot tbe today Public Andrew today ti ot university while tbe public expert by the of regents are checking up t accounts today the police and county attorney are continuing the of the alleged It was announced by Chief ley and County Attorney a be sued soon of the Breni was locking up of fol lowed the police of M.S. w.i. told police that she a friend lot Mr. that she bad gone to theatres and and that she had a key to tils cently 50 additional deposit box in the over the country as depos era National IP this box for postal kept the funds of tbe university ttV the was N. of and this according to and tbe Washington will be ready of the mtb which Bren to deposits by July l. told tbe police other in this section of the he hat a in country to in the list of of deposit to the those was General athletic fn the be ity funds in it He he bid a to tbe of Mi a. a key the flogs systole ftom 100 to matter of acco A 150 uch with at least of the Bren 1.000 d designated by asked to explain he nve a 1. mm be a record in Mend tbe key the safety the operated short box in he kept tbe funda a nfler to the July 1 the is to be ex- wny be kept the belonging to university In to in KNOX Si ILL REFUSES June S deposit why he a secluded river bank oii to the H it Is not tnie ln tbe athletic at of -In spite of and other funds to and tion to public documents that he had usually ridden been with to the ot pirr Wednesday before 0iS have flooded the carpal since reported the and the ot tjie police and the have tee on in state depart -ent and all any way for in con- with of poi trait of of State sought be da Died In provide should he and be be ROADS CLUB AT LANGDON N. Jane 4. an and good club with a of ail of the auto the ot the w. is George w. is two Bren is held by who qa Billon hfs and of tbe State will a to the N. June 5. During the storm of June 1, the here ed a cloud water standing three feet deep on the fields in. no prospects for a big crop were never The precipitation thus spring has been ample to crop 100 per cent IANY MUNI. ON CLAIMS GRAND June 5 The stead entries at the United States land office at continue An increase According to re- the inquiries coming in by mail many different a of them being eastern and tral Every day a good sub- BofS of lose lives lJ IN Id VI II WITH Third stantial number of file on 4 and every indication points to this being kept up for sotie to There are available home steads tributary to the land which will the finest kind of ahd if keep on the way say they this land will probably be taken up in a very short PROF. BOOT AND mv BY mi The high school including of the bated ft party upon M.S. Root evening by gon un tBl in and of Boating Forty N aged aged N. 5. Bud 17, and Ray were Lloyd Evanson Just escaped the same fat when a which they rid ing on the river at thj point Juno 6 The senat finance committee today hearing on reciprocity bil until recently dent of the Newspaper Pub Ushers being called t witness Bidder htd not far when Senator of North the by cha ono of an ber's action their departure they pro and his wife with a cut glM bony All of poil a very enjoyable arid Prof. Root MB wife are very of the of Mend p displayed by the CHOP mil June 6. About two and a half inches of tain fell in this vicinity The ground was in excellent condition previous rains and are now full at have not been for two years There is ah tads enough grass on the prairie to a good hay crop an grains are as never be The fallowed coru is showing an exceptionally strong this year and will to Increase their ity in this ID m Ml IN hN EDWARD FOUND NOT GUILTY OF PERJURY Other Sentences te Bs Tuts day Morning Against E. G. Monday Judge w. H. chester sentenced Clyde to serve one at in state The defendant wsj found guilty of his offense for alleged violation of the Sentences not upon Claude but were Rossen or Joe defer .id until of the for the few WILL N. 5. At a ing held Sat u. day night of tbe a building enough to its in this city the of 1912. of the sent of the and Saturday night the case of Edward went o the TW Jury out only about three it returned a verdict of not Monday after sentence on of rd wyldes R O. terson was Mr. wyldes la tne young who fell tie top of the Hotel it escaped without serious He is suing Mr. for 5 At today's of senate on Jones and r were to and declared the ot tc not color stories tent to Washington on subject of reciprocity Sena with tb charge of Instated Chat Senator re should be stricken the fee Senator to have changed so to it he wh Mr. laid WAS HOK P. June 5. Repre sentative Owen J. Evans of Canton Stark today created one o the sensations of tbe lesis lative scandal by before Kinkead ot tbe court guilty to the of a bribe of on tbe salary loan He said be solicited money from E. C. Miller ot a luen agent Tbe Evans after tVi county returned an indictment i and was the outcome o with At and Attorney Genera HX ded for leniency in sentencing judge Kinkead fined then went the to about al lewd grafting in tbe legislature that be is said to Evans was of tbe ing of the of which Nye of Pike county was also a Nye was acquitted last week after of soliciting a State Printer Craw a on a chi bribe of June S The jury Just reported eight in. Representative Evans pleaded guilty o soliciting a bribe of one hundred be fined five hundred dollars by Judge were ot and no Rep. Owen J. Evans will gw the jury at once and tell ill he known about the VILLIAMS BUILDS WIND TURBINE S. June 4. w. A. a local newspaper who tome a wind by which tbe winds can be for power is having pie turbine manufactured and ill soon able to give a his unique He is old-time nd for devoted portions f his time to pe. rating and his wind RUNAWAY CAUSES a June 4. Injuries 'a to the June 5. Martin 28, was drowned in the Goose near Sunday afternoon swimming with eral in middle of which is ten feet SAYS lit HH PHI PI AN FOR June 5 John a structural iron it IB today confessed that be had employed by John J. treasurer of the Inter- national Association Bridge and Iron Workers of America to travel throughout the carefully in- all being erected by securing ly made drawings of such structures marking the spot with a cross where dynamite could be most easily planted and would be most The confession was made to representative of the Muscogee Phoenix In the presence of MM TRUST 10 PUT I III illi AT June 5 tlon of so-called lumber trust with view to criminal prosecution be- gan in the United States district court here today with of special FORKS Believed to be the An- Ihe by Judge said to implicate in the to 6y been for tbe and will be presented be forc the late today or attention is being by to to have been adopted by alleged combination to keep mail order houses purchasing Imber directly a. BY 1.1 IN New III I if Ml H DAS mm to the NEW BT June 5. team of the 63-Mile league defeated the Glen Ullin Sunday by a score of 5to 2. The game was a bard fought one from start New Salem is now tied with Mandan for first place In the percentage WHOP SUN. OVER i WO HUNDRED DATES COR CONFIRMATION Cathedral Waa Packed by Who the Bishop Delivered On Sunday June 4, at A a class of about 200 were at St Mary's Catholic church by the Rt. Bishop cent led Murder of three Police Officials June 5. The authorities are holding a stowaway on the Brit- ish steamer which arrived here The man embarked on the vessel at Singapore while coal being taken and it Is suspected that he is the Russian an- archist for whom the police have been searching in connection with the murder of three policemen In of which the of Sydney was the Officials of the British consulate while skeptical that the will prove to be are having him held pending an in- The Protesilaus left April 30, and is bound for RAILROAD MUST PAY FOR INIi mi: i to June 5 After a legal tle In district court occupying three days the Jury brought in a verdict for in favor of John i against the Great Erickson based bis claim the company on the TRIAL to the GRAND June 5 The peller for the aero- plane arrived In city and the engine WPS given a thorough worked m class shape and the initial flight will be made some time this week if all goes Naturally there is e ruble trying out of the before the light can be safely There to be no reason why the aeroplane should not fly and re- sult of the initial flight is being led with considerable interest by the friends of Messrs Kenworthy and 11 UK N the laid itself liable when one of its engines severed a hose which was playing on the building at the time it was destroyed by fire on January 2, of this Testimony to tended to show that at a of the building could have been saved not the hose been cut Erickson for and witnesses to t placed an estimate of on it as a result of the the who were hotel at the of the have filed for Tor tbe loss of Walter D. w. Associated 111., June Inbound senger train No. 17, with seven ran into an open switch in the yards of the Rock land and Pacific this de- two local engines standing on the besides totally wrecking its own Engineer Robert At- engineer in Is not ex- to the two other engineers were probably fatally In- Robert critically Edmond on one of engines struck from about head an- other leaped engine only slight Fred between cab and coal suffered broken gers escaped with two or three ex- ceptions with slight injuries they were all badly shaken of leaving the open has not as yet been WAS iwi mm ALL WHO ATTENDED WERE MORE THAN PLEASED WITH THE COURTESY SHOWN of Instruction waa able one National Quant of the Sunday evening the school ot struct Ion for the s of the North he escorted from tbe an oMi reacted f school to St. Mary's church by the candidates for who prv a very edifying spectacle by he devout manner with which they this great of the Holy The bishop gave them a very timely and instruction bout tbe nature and character of the holy action in which they Among the were mostly converts to the Catholic and also a number of pupils of be Indian training ruor and Mrs. John Burke acted as for those which certainly a rape privilege and nique distinction enjoyed by those who were presented by them fo tbe ishop for the reception of this MANY IN A i June 5 Ten bousand delegates and visitors are attending opening session of nal conference of church of fy will be held joe Oscar W. J. kin and Charles and suit is the being for they owning the while the remainder of the suits will SCHOOL LAND SELLS FOR June 4. The an- school land held at the court house C. S. deputy state disposed of 920 at an price of Tbe highest price paid was an and the price an It is estimated that there are about acres of school land still for sale In Keeker Most of the sales here were to bona fide The tracts with lake line were the most in BABE TO RECEIVE PASTEUR June 4. the 2-yetrold child bitten by a mad dog week has been taken to Madison to receive ment BOARD CONDEMNS SCHOOL 4. Dr. H. M. Bracken of tbe state boaid of health was called to city to examine the site for which the school board hag selected for a new school building at the Dane Many residents of the district have been bitterly opposed tn the site bo cause it is within a few rods of a after Ing over tbe condemned the site as Al John Alex I Dakota National Guard Carl Nels at under tell tion ot the war department to successful there a number of Representative fum the various companies ot tbe state in attendance and alt of them report a The school consisted of of a Co. 14tb United States acting under co of O. A 14th u. S. Major 14th u. 8. was de tailed as instructing and Titan and Lieut Kobea of the 14th, were detailed as assistant 1 Tne were possible courtesy by the regular and appreciated this There a deal of favorable regarding tbe ex- quality of the mese and those who bad charge of this do acquitted very All of tbe guard present are the school will be made an annual event the work and the knowledge gleaned should GRANT STOCKS FAIRBAULT June B. ald purchased a fishery at watasha a larKa number of tel catfish and has placed them in French 8. D. A tennis club icen organised here with er tbe present of the state in case of actual There were also a large of lectures given by the Major of the medical corps delivered a number of lectures on features of field service which proved most Interesting and FIRST FOURTH OF JULY FORT June 4. Chris 16-year.old son of William was the victim of a premature ex plosion of a toy cannon placed In a wooden hitching post Splintered woud hit boy Just below the heart with force sufficient to fracture a His face was bly Is the first Fourth of July accident of the THE North DakotA Generally fair ot- Cooler tonight TO INCORPORATE N. June 7. By a the citizens of Ambrose ed to a
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