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Federation Club Officers Meet
Mrs. M. H. Jewell, vice president,
3s in Valley City this week, the guest
of Mrs. Frank White, attending a
meeting of the officers of the state
federation of clubs. Master Paul
Jewell is also a guest of Master Ed
-win White, his old chum in Bismarck
when Gov. White was in the execu
Muslin Underwear Special
To each lady purchasing muslin
underwear to the amount of $1 and
over will receive free a beautiful
vs-vAt The Fair. Department Store
USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS.
Only a few weeks more for us
to dispose of broken lines of
shoes. They must be sold
regardless of cost
and Kiel Lace Shoes Woman's Vici Kid, Laces Shoes, with heavy
.^•in Welts, heavy sole?, PA soles,
^'$3.50 quality at....... ...:$8.50 quality at......
Woman's Patent Kid, Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Velour Calf Skin hoeB
5pf$8.00 and $3.50 quality at.
^Only about sixty pairs of Men's Shoes to close out quick at a price. Men's Vici Kid, Patent
Leather, Velour Calf Skin Shoes, heavy soles, leather lined.
$3.50 quality, at $2.50
5' $o.00 quality, at.. $3«50
BARGAINS IN CHILDREN'S SCHOOL SHOES
I A: W. LUCAS CO.
Will Meet in K. P. Hall
Mrs. Emma Falconer, Record
keeper: The Ladies of the Macca
bees will meet at K. P. hall this
evening at 8:30 o'clock. Lady State
Commander Hereford will be present
and a full attendance is desired.
Williston, N. D., Mar. 25—At a
meeting of the editors of Williams
county, held in this city-, it was de
cided to perfect an organization of
the publishers of this and McKenzie
county. A meeting has been called
for April 7, at which time the organ
ization will be perfected.
USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS
Three Points of Merit in the Cross Shoe
We again take pleasure in announcing the fact that our spring Oxfords are on the shelves.
We think that we have the very cream of the up to date shoes for this seasont- ...
We-believe that an Inspection of our stock will bear out this statement.. -,
Since last season we have moved our Shoe Department to a more commodious part of the
store, where we have more room, an entrance convenient and a much better department in every
It is our effort to make this department the shoe mart of this section, and depend on reason
able prices, up to date styles nd proper fitting, as a means to gain this end.
%V prefer to miss the sale rather than put an improper fitting shoe on a customer.,
Our line of Ladies OxCords range in price from $1.50 to $4.00
The styles shown here merit your attention.
Tudor, all patent Gibson Tie, $4.00
Belmont, all patent tie, plain toe, $3.50
Marlboro, Button Oxford, pat. Vamb, mat. Calf top, $3.50
Belmont Sailor Tie, two lace, patent Oxford, $3.50
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
ManZan Pile Remedy comes ready
to use, in a collapsible tube, with noz
zle. One application soothes and
heals, reduces inflammation and re
Ueves soreness and itching. Price 50c.
Lenhart Drug Co.
Flynn^Nelson Fight a Draw
Los Angeles, Call, Mar. 24-r-A ten
round fight between "Jim" Flynn of
Pueblo, Colo., aqd "Battling" Nelson
of San Francisco, ended in a draw.
Here comes the Spring Winds to
chap, tan and freckle. Use Pinesalve
Carbolized (acts like a poultice), for
cuts, sores, burns, chapped skin. Len
hart Drug Co.
USE TRIBUNE WANT COLUMNS
Belmont Sailor Tie
(Continued irom uage 1.)
J. Oliver of Knoxville, for national
committeeman the Evans men fav
ored the candidacy of Congressman
N. W? Hale for the position. Inci
dentally Richard^ Austin is a candi
date for congress against Mr. Hale.
By sheer force of numbers and
fighting powers the Brownlow-Oliver
Austin crowd took and held the hall.
They nominated ernest Caldwell for
supreme-court judge Jesse L. Rog
ers, D. C. Swab, Jesse M. Littleton
and H. B. Anderson were chosen for
delegates at large to the national
convention. For electors for state
at large, T. A. Lancaster and Ray
mond B. FJ£«ieon were successful.
The convention adopted a motion
that the delegates to the national
convention go uninstructed. Roose
velt is indorsed in the resolutions
adopted, which also instruct for Oli
ver for national committeeman and
urge the state committee to call a
primary to nominate a candidate for
The state committee was reorganiz
ed and the secretary of the conven
tion instructed to communicate with
the Evans people and submit a pro
position to let the claims of the rival
factions go before the people in a
republican primary, the expenses of
which W. J. Oliver offered to pay.
The Evans-Hale forces held no
convention but meet tomorrow and
get out a ticket.
Early this morning the Brownlow
Oliver forces proceeded to the capi
tol, entering the convention hall
shortly after 6 o'clock. They found
a ferw guards placed there by the
state committee, but ejected them
They held the field on the claim
that it was the assembly hour and
then Chairman Newell Zanders, an
Evans man, not being present, they
organized .without him. Hardly had
the chairman, W. L. Davis, of Clai
borne, rapped for order, however,
before the Evans-Sanders-Hale
charge was on. With regular foot
ball tactics, they started for the ros
trum. Before the Oliver squad could
pull* itself together, Sanders had
reached the platform and was pro
ceeding to call the convention to
order again, but he did not get far
before the Oliver forces came to.
Then ibackward and forward the
struggling, mass surged. Sanders
being the rock around which the
storm raged most furiously. His
guards could not stem the tide, how
ever, and he was literally torn from
their grasp, his coat and hat gone,
his shirt split and ragged, and even
his trousers badly disarranged. At
length he was bodily lifted from his
feet and carried behind the speaker's
stand out onto the veranda. It
looked as if he might be thrown
from this high elevation, but better
counsel prevailed and he was re
While all this was going on fights
innumerable were in progress and
the hall was a bedlam.
Then came the police and some
thing resembling order was restor
ed, In the coudrse of the riot R.
T. Cameron of Chattanooga, a
Brownlow man, is said to have brok
en four folding chairs over the head
of a negro delegate who had given
him some back talk.
With the police looking on, the
Oliver-rBrownlow ment went into
convention, the Evans crowd offering
no further interference then yells
and jeers at the speakers.
(Continued from page 1.)
delegates at large and the credential
committee, which decided the con
tests over delegates in Indianapolis
and Maribn county.
The Seventh (Indianapolis) dis
trict meeting this afternoon was
warmly contested and Taggart oppo
sition withdrew and held a "rump"
convention which selected two nation
al delegates. County Chairman Fo
garty, who lead the opposition, stat
ed that he would carry the contest
to the national convention probably.
At the primaries in this district last
night Mr. Taggart won a decisive vic
The meeting this afternoon indi
cated that Mr. Taggart will control
the convention. It is generally be
lieved that his ohoice for the guber
natorial nomination Is Samuel L. Ral
ston of Lebanon.
Special offer for Thursday, March
26th. For one day only, Blue Elite
Enamelware at half price.
U. S, SENATOR
Wahpeton, N. D., Mar. 25—The
candidacy of William E. Purcell, the
well known lawyer of this city, for
the office of United States senator on
the democratic ticket, was formally
launched here yesterday afternoon at
the Richland county democratic con
Secretary: The Pythian Sisters
will meet this evening at 7:30 o'clock
in the K. P. hall. The early meet
ing is called for the reason that the
Lady Macabbees will hold a meeting
at the hall about 8:30 o'clock, and
a full and prompt attendance is re
ManZan Pile Remedy. Price 50c.
is guaranteed. Put up ready to use.
One application prompt relief to any
form of piles. Soothes and heals. Len
hart Drug Co.
Won More Billiards
Chicago, Mar. 24—Calvin Demarest
of Chicago, gave another exhibition
of sterling 14.2 balk line billiards to
night, when he defeated C. F. Conklin
400 to 231 in the first game of the
series closed last night. Demarest I
finished his string in fourteen innings,
scoring runs of 125 and 122. Conklin,:
too, played at top speed, but was fair
No Extra Charge
for the Box
Until the supply is exhausted we wilt include a
Handsome Nickled Soap Box
with each purchase of four cakes of
WILLIAMS'JERSEY CREAM SOAP
50c per box as usual—4 cakes.
Conklin's Insurance Agency
Sun Fire Insurance Co. (Oldest in the World.)
Hamburg-Bremen Fire Insurance Co.
Westchester Fire Insurance Co.
Fresh Grape Fruit
Blue Point Oysters
Bulk Horse Radish
Genuine Maple Sugar
Reid, Murdock & Go's
Pure Jams and Jellys
Chase & Sanborn's
Teas and Coffees
BEARDSLEY & FINNEY,
Grand Pacific Hotel Corner
If you can't come, 'phone No. 9
We are Jobbers for Williams' Toilet Articles and Shaving Soaps
Palatine Fire Insurance Co.
American Central Fire Insurance Co.
Ocean Accident and Guaranty Corporation.
Title Guaranty & Surety Co.
Mutual Life Insurance Company.
New York Plate Glass Insurance Co.
Telephone 338 First Nat'l Bank Bld'g
we are still offering- many
desirable price slaughtering
bargains in heavy weights, yet
the leading feature in this store the
coining week will an elaborate dis
play of New Spring Suits in prac
tically all lines, including young men's
and Boys'. This season we have added to our usual
lines a much larger assortment of HIGH GRADE
SUITS ranging in price from $15.00 +o $25.00,
and we want you to see them before you buy for
We believe the prices, the style,
the patterns and fit of these new
suits will interest you.
Dahl Building, opposite N. P. Depot
Bismarck, N. Dak.