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«i :4 t. 0. F. BANQUET IS BILLED FOR TONIGHT ST. CLEMENS COURT 747 HAS PRE- PARED FOR A FINE ENTER- TAINMENT. Invitations Have Been issued for Wednesday Evening, May 4, at Half Past Eight. The annual social given by the Catholic Order of Foresters, St. Clem ens Court, 747, will be given this even ing at Baker's hall at 8:30. These socials have come to be a .eature of the social life of the city, and are always great successes and there seems to be no reason why the present year should prove an excep tion to the rule, and in fact it appears that the members of the society have taken even greater pains than usual in making their arrangements for the meeting tonight. Admission is by invitation only, and the tickets have been placed at one dollar each. Candidates should purchase their petition blanks at the Tribune."" We have the approved form. rsurpruing Made of the same [delightfully mild, I well-curedleaf and with the same high grade workmanship— genuine 10c quality in a 5c cigar. "Tom Moore when you have the dime. Little Tom when you haven't the time." Grapes Give theactive principleof IVvrXAIj BAKING POWDER The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar DISTRICT COURT ON IN MORTON COUNTY ABOUT FORTY PERSONS WERE GIVEN THEIR PAPERS ON FIRST DAY. Case Against Sheriff Olson Was Post poned Until Thursday Leipsig Pigger Forfeited Bail. Citizenship papers were granted to about forty at the first day of the spring term of the Morton county dis trict court, which convened at Man dan Tuesday morning. The case against one Otto Otswald of Leipsig, was called, but he forfeit ed his bail by failing to appear for trial. He was charged with running a blind pig. The case of the state vs. Sheriff Olson was postponed until Thursday. The case against Olson is for con tempt of court, as it is charged that he did not take proper care of pris oners who were intrusted to his keep ing, it being alleged that he allowed them the freedom of the city at all hours oi the day and night, and simp ly made the county jail a place for them to sleep and eat, and that their confinement was not in the nature of punishment. Tom measures up with its parent the Tom Moore in every particular. Just half the size and half the price, with all the richness of tobacco—all the fragrant smoking quality—all the value which makes it unequaled in the10cfield. ittsa •&S 4U-*J If:.-: II *fr.V..W. J.v -~i -.'icm [•&•'?!*..• Half the Size, so Half the Price WINSTON, HARPER,.FISHER CO.,/Dt»trlbutor* Minne«polls._Minn. DIG MASONIC DOINGS AT MANDAN TONIGHT It was at first intended to have the train leave at 8:30, but later arrange ments have been made whereby the leaving time will be 9 o'clock in stead. Open a Savinigs Account with $1.00 o.- more at City National Bank, Bisi-I marck. L-X MtMARCK DAILY TRtsUJNB, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 4, I 10. Absolutely Pure TRIBUNE MADE ERROR IN DATE IN TUESDAY MORNING EDITION. Special Train Will Leave This City at 9 o'clock in the Evening—Large Number Going Over. Through a typographical error the Tribune was made to say yesterday morning that the Masonic part at Mandan would be last evening, when it should have read Wednesday even ing. The affair is the annual banquet and ball of the Mandan Masons, and a large number of invitations have been issued to people in this city and it is expected that the special train will carry a good sized party when it leaves the local station at 9 o'clock our time, this evening. SENATOR MCCUMBER WANTS6JR. TERM WIRES SECRETARY OF STATE THAT HIS PETITION IS SPECIFIC. HE IS CANDIDATE TO SUCCEED HIMSELF FOR THE FULL TERM. SECRETARY HAS NOT YET PASS- ED ON CONTENTIONS OF CANDIDATES. Secretary Blaisdell has returned to the city and finds petitions filed by candidates for the United States sen ate for his action and in anticipation of his action or conclusion as to the form of the primary election ballot, finds an action—a friendly action-^ begun to determine whether candi dates shall be placed on the ballot for long and short terms, or without men tion of term. The question will come up before the supreme court on the 11th inst. Adding interest to the petitions al ready filed, is the action of Senator McCumber. whose petition now being circulated, recites that he is a can didate to succeed himself, which he understands to be for a full term of six years. Fearing there might be some ambi guity or misunderstanding, he has wir ed the secretary of state that he is a candidate for the long term to suc ceed himself, and wants it to so ap pear on the official baiiot. In the action brought on the friend ly relation of candidates to settle the question, Mr. Marshall likewise pe tions to be a candidate for the long term, while Mr. Bngerud desires no designation as to term whatever— leaving this to the legislature. The secretary may or he may not make a decision at this time. If he should decide in favor of "term" des ignation it would require a different proceeding to test the matter and set tie the question by the supreme court, and therefore, while the secretary might favor the contentions of Messrs McCumber and Marshall, he may let the matter rest and await the decision of the courts, in order that there may be no unnecessary delay. FIREMEN TO ARRANGE FOR THE TOURNAMENT MEETING WAS POSTPONED UNTIL THIS EVENING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK Pioneer Hose Company Will Also Hold a Meeting to Arrange Their Share of the Program. In Tuesday's Tribune it was an nounced that the firemen of the Bis marck department would hold a meet ing that evening for the purpose of starting the ball rolling for the con vention that is to be held here in June. Since that time it was decid ed to have the meeting this evening and at that time all the arrangements, for the appointment of the commit tees and the division of the work will be made. The Pioneer Hose company will hold a meeting at the same time, as they will have a large part of the work on their hands. It is expected that there will be several hundred people here at the time, and as the firemen of the state are fiuite repre sentative citizens of their several towns it will be well that Bismarck ers should make an effort to have the visitors leave with a good impression oi the town and the hospitality of its people. PRUDENT PEOPLE THE SKEPTICS SHOULD CHANGE THEIR MOTTO. In all probabilities coffee users in Bismarck are a least bit skeptical in regard to the brand they use. If you want a good cup of coffee we suggest that you try Hiawatha, put up in one and two pound packages and retailed at 20 and 40 cents per package. This coffee, without a doubt, is superiolr to other grades sold at this price. The stock of teas that Gussner handles are in keeping with other high grade goods sold, in quality and price. The carload of canned fruit that we purchased recently in California, is possibly the best quality that has been on any merchant's shelf in Bismarck. We want you to try a can of our fruit and if it does not prove ta be what we advertise we will gladly re fund your money. We save our cus tomers twenty-five per cent on canned fruit, as well as other merchandise. You can readily see that you make money by saving money, by buying at Oussners. To those who have not tried our grain fattened meats if you once try them and And that juicy flavor that they possess, you will be convinced immediately that they have only a peer, and their peer is found in the same kind at Gussners. The sausage, lard and bacon that is made in a clean work shop and with the best of care, will certainly be appreciated, and people will eat more of it when they know it is home made and has not been stored in pack ing houses for months, or years. Try /what we request above, and you will always be a customer of ours. George Gussners. Phon 60. "ST. ELMO" HAS A GREAT REPUTATION SUCCESS OF THE BOOK IS ONLY EQUALLED BY THE SUCCESS OF THE PLAY Will Be Presented By a Capable Com pany at the Bijou Theatre Thurs day Evening. There are many people today who remember as if it were only yester day the instant popularity achieved by "St." Elmo," the novel by Agusta Evans-Wilson. Forty years have elaps ed since it was offered to the stage, but soon withdrawn at the request of the author. Now comes the interest ing announcement that once more it is to be offered as a play, this time with the work of dramatization skill fully done, its stirring story of a clash of strong characters shaped into a vehicle for fine acting. A company well suited to the demands of Mrs. Wilson's characters has been organ ized and has entered upon a tour which people, fitted by long exper ience to Judge, say is bound to prove a notable success. St. Elmo Murray, Edna Earl and all the other important people of the story are shown true to the author's design. The play in the cities in which it has been presented has hit a new note in contemporaneous stage story. Its visit to the Bijou theatre next Thursday night will be one of the sea son's notable events. IF WOMEN ONLY KNEW ./HAT A HEAP OF HAPPINESS IT WOULD BRING TO BISMARCK HOMES. Hard to do housework with an ach ing back. Brings you hours of misery at leis ure or at work. If women only knew the cause— that Backache pains come from sick kid neys, 'Twold save much needless woe. Doan's Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys. Many residents of this vicinity en dorse them. Mrs. E. D. Igon, 230 Eighth Ave.. Jamestown. N. D., says: "I suffered from kidney troubles for about a year and was in such a bad way that I could hardly get about. My back ached constantly anJ*the kidney se cretions were irregular in passage, and otherwise unnatural. The least exertion caused sharp, shooting paina to dart through my loins and at such t.mes I was helpless. After trying several remedies without success, I procured a box of Doan's .Kidney Pills and began their use. They help ed me from the first and in a short time I was completely cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doans—and take no other. Mothers! Don't fail to procure Mvo. Win Blow's Soothing Syrup for your child ren while cutting teeth. It sooths the child, softens the gums, allays all pain, cures wind colic, and is the best remedy for diarrhoea. Twenty five cent a bottle. Try Tribune Want Columns. 9 oo DROPS I ALCOHOL 3 PER CENT. AV^getabterVeparationfirAs- JingUteSionadisandBowdsflf I N A N S /CHILDREN PronwtesDig^tion£htfffiir nessandRestlontalnsiKiifcr Opium.Morphine norMineral. NOT NARCOTIC. MjKifouJkSMarnan JkmM* dSZuMuW AperfectRemedy fwOowgi Hon»SourStonarA.DUrrtwa WormsjConvulskmsJcwnsB nessariLossorSLEEP. lacSimie Si#iarare of KEWTTOBK. Atb months old J5D0^S-33CENT^ ^duMfcr the roodt Exact Copy of Wrapper. PIVft TERRIBLE CASE OF ECZEMA CURED Body and Face Covered with Itching, Painful Eruption —5 Years of Suffering Beyond Description Thought Death was Near. WANTS WORLD TO KNOW OF CURE BY CUTICURA "No tongue can toll how I suffered for five years with itching and bleeding eczema, until I was cured by the Cuticura Remedies, and I am so grateful I want the world to know, for what .helped me will help others. My body and face were covered with sores. One day it would seem to be better, and then break out again with the most terrible pain and itching. I have been sick several times, but never in my life did I experience such awful suffering as with this eczema. I had made up my mind that death was near at hand, and I longed for that time when I would be at rest. I had tried many different doctors and medicines without success, and my mother brought me the Cuticura Remedies, insisting that I try them. I began to feel better after the first bath with Cuticura Soap, and one application cf Cuticura Ointment. I continued with the Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment, and have taken four bottles of Cuticura Resolv ent, end consider myself well. This was nine years ago and I have had no return of the trouble since. Any person having any doubt about this wonderful cure by the Cuticura Reme dies can write to my address. Mrs. Altie Etson, 03 Inn Road, Battle Creek, Mich., Oct. 10,1909." The suffering which Cuticura Soap and Cuticura Ointment have alleviated among skin-tortured, disfigured infanta and children, and the comfort they have afforded worn-out and worried parents have led to their adoption in countless homes as a priceless treatment for the skin. Eczema, rashes, and every form of itching, burning, scaly humor are speedily cured by Cuticura, in the ma jority of cases, when ail else fails. Cuticura Soap (25c.). Ointment (50c.). RMOlTrnt 50c.) and Chocolate Coated Pills (25c). are sold '.hrouchout the world. Potter Oruu A Chem. Corp. Sole Prop*.. 137 Columbus Ave., Boston. ••"Hailed Free, Cuticura Book on Skin Dmttm DEATH OF MRS. GLEASON The remains of Mrs. Johanna Glea son were laid to rest at Fargo Mon day. The funeral services were at tended by many of the men promin ent in the civic affairs of Fargo. The active pall bearers were Chris. Anh eir, Charles Jennings, Peter Luger. Joheph Wilson, Michael Moroney and James Kennedy. The honorary pall bearers were present from the lodge of Yoemen, the United Commercial Travelers and the Grand Army of the Republic. Capt. William Gleason, the husband of the deceased, was strick en suddenly Sunday and was removed to the home of his daughter, Mrs. W. E. Moore. Captain Gleason will be remembered as a former resident of Bismarck. He lived here for many years and was an old friend of Col. Lounsberry and a member of the col onel's regiment in the civil war. He is also a veteran of the war with Mexico. BEAUTIFUL CHARACTER Among the characters to be seen at the Bijou May 6 is Antonio's mother, a very gentle, kind and affectionate woman, who shows great control of her sorrow, even to the critical mo ment, and even then endeavors to cheer the entire court with her sweet smiles. CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA TMC «timim oMMHf. mn CITY.