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All papers are continued until an explicit order to discontinue is received, and until all »r» earages are paid. Entered as second-clast matter. MEMBER OF ASSOCIATED PRESS. So It is an Interesting piece of In- Of. course, If we carried the news about that gasoline order to "Doc" Purceil, he would insist that it was making the Standard Oil company too prosperous—and that for that reason reprehensible. So we shall content ourselves with publishing the news to the world, and letting the world judge whether North Da kota farmers are as badly off as we .'logical might think—from the "maiden speech." The Bulletin, the Catholic organ of the diocese of Fargo, extends the following congratulations to the Bishop of Bismarck, Vincent Wehrle: The Bulletin tenders its most cor dial congratulations to Rt. Rev. Vin cent Wehrle, O. S. B., D. D., the newly appointed first Bishop of Bis marck. As we had already gone to press when the news of Bishop ers of the new bishop. Bishop .., ., zm ^?!&l&fi2i^S^t(. Wehrle appointment reached us, we she says Bismarck ladles are look could only announce the good news ing forward eagerly to the unveiling to the many friends and well-wish-! Bismarck is. only the...Just reward for his excellent work, untiring zeal and the unreserved sacrifice of him self and his faithful followers for the upbuilding of the Church in North Dakota.'- Very, few, indeed, have an adequate Idea of what Ab bot Vincent had to contend with since his arrival as a young priest in North Dakota. Today, after many, very many, years of hard work and devoted service, when we see the magnificent monastery he has founded a*nd built up, the many missions and parishes that he has organized and converted into some of the best in our state, we are apt to forget the heartrendings and the incessant toil that it required bring about so rapid and no successful a revolution. QUEER ARGUMENTS TO FARMERS Jamestown Alert- Some of the candidates making speeches around the state, who are not experts on the tariff, but who echo the political views of other politicians, are se verely criticising the tariff law passed by the last republican con gress, and- charge, among other things, the high cost of living to the operation of the law, •THE "MAIDEN SPEECW'V AGA1M*V This charge has been, often and By the way, speaking of "Doc^ Expressly denied' by many men who Purceil and his maiden speech about' the deplorable condition of the far mers in the western part of" this state—no crop in 1904—no money made prior to 1907 and then only "a little"—we are reminded that a dealer out at Beafth the other day pat in an order for $1,000 worth of gasoline to be used for'" gasoline have spent years in study of eco nomic conditions, and the effect of tariff and other cases on the cost of living or prices, for food products. Prof. J. H. Sheppard, dean of the North Dakota Agricultural college, and Col. J. B. Power are in Wash ington to. testify before a committee as to the causes of the rise in prices plowing rigs, of which there are of living. Both men are well quali some score at work in that section '.fled to speak on' the subjects. Prof, of the state busily turning over the!Sheppard is regarded as an author soil for planting. ity on political economy, and has The settlers out. in that section' tables and figures to show that the are so anxious to participate in the tariff has nothing to do with the up losing business of farming—accord- ward trend of prices of food prod ing to the "maiden speech"—that the ucts, and that the farmer is not get old methods of plowing with horses ting more than his share. Middle is too slow, and steam and gasoline men and world-wide conditions are traction plows—eight or ten plows responsible, he claims, and not the running side by side and turning tariff. over more land than a dozen teams If this is determined to be the of horses—are being made use of al- fact, much of the wind will be ex most to the exclusion of horses for large tracts of land. tracted from the noisy charges about Aldrich and Cannon being the cause of high prices due to their personal formation that gasoline is ordered' activity in the passage of the tariff by the thousand dollars' worth to bill. furnish power to turn over the soil Farmers remember when prices to' plant to wheat and flak to har- of farm products were much less Test next full to bring a golden rain I than at present. If the tariff is re iato the pockets of the farmers who' sponsible for high prices^ as sojne are as bard up as "Doc" Purceil' "~e said In the maiden speech. of th politicians seeking. -office claim,.do the farmers of this state want a lower tariff with correspond ing low prices for products as pre vailed under other administrations? It is a queer argument for candi dates in an agricultural state to be making, to ask farmers to send men to congress who will lower tariffs and lower prices of products at the same time, if their arguments are MARSHAL ARRIVED. U. S. Marshal James Shea came in from Fargo on No. 5 last evening to attend court. QUAINS AT GRAND FORK8. Grand Forks Herald: Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Quain of Bismarck, are among leading physicians and their wives from over the state at the State Med ical meet. Mrs. Quain is also an M. D., but numerous family duties have caused her to about five up active practice. Mrs, 'Quain Is secretary of the state anfjf-tuberculosis society, and takes great Interest in the work. of "an A statue of Sakakawea, the In- a Wehrle's promotion to the See of ^deration of dubs. BIJOU THEATRE ON E NIGH ONL ON E SATURDAY, MAY 14 ^r C. P. Walker Presents His Elaborate Production of Shakespeares Qrea Comedy "A You Like It" ?Wm* Yule ^s touchstone" and fViolet Eddy^4|^ Rosalind,, have |been pspediiliy engaged^ October next during **. *.' the annual meeting of the Woman's s«" i&m ,.*-ntfurfm#*i!SW *-(&!«•»<', WASHBURN-CR0SR GRAND The show at the Grand for the,. ter part of the week proved to D/B wholly up to the promises of the booking agency, as one of the best he has ever sent out. Lapag and Mahr, the sister corned?: team, had the crowd coming their way from the start and kept them in a roar during the entire act MJlse, the fir, eater and sword ma nipulator, is' one of the biggest hits of the season, and Is making a fine impression. The motion pictures are very good and the illustrated song as given, by by Miss Julie Mae Gradie, and as il lustrated by the beautiful set of'675 1 Manager Wells says, "No city in the west contains more people who ap preciate music of the1 very highest class," and In securing the musical Martins he has certainly provided,* rare treat for lovers of good music.:: Their popular and classic numbers on violin and cello, probably excel anything of the kind ever heard in the city, and those who heard them play last night will return anil bring their friends, their to^ be regretted small to use all of their apparatus. However, they performed' feats of juggling, trapeze and slack wire bal ancing that were entertaining and marvelous. The pictures, as usual, were of the best quality, and the show through out was not to be compared with the trashy vaudeville so often seen in small houses. -he manager of the Gem says that Bismarck is entitled to a city show and he will not be satisfied with any thing but the best obtainable. BAKERS HALL There will be a dancing part at the Baker hall Saturday evening, May 14. Everyone is invited. Attorney Leverson of New Salem, was among the visitors in the city Thursday. Ole Bjorke, game warden for the southern district, is in the city on official business. Mrs. Sadie Conway was a passenger to St. Paul Thurs)df^afterno%n. George M. Curlfy^afdown (torn Mc Clusky on business. P. P. Bliss and W. B. Heaton are in from McKensie. E. Ripley ofiMandah, was over, the river Thujradat t|ansacting DUSK ness in the city. Paul Fink and wife of McKensie, are guests in the city. Assistant IT. S. District Attorney ^Barnett returned tat Fargo Thursday on No. there being no criminal business \o necessitate his presence here. ., Mrs. G. V[. Anderson arrived from fargo last night on her way home to Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. Lercy Fish of Hens ler, Oliver county, are among the guests in the city, on their wedding trip. The Starling am Outlaw. Neither Its poetical name nor its beauty of shape and plumage Is to save the European starling, a destroy $?£, grain eating bird, from the list of islrable immigrants to the United is. Along with the mongoose, the lsb sparrow and fruit eating bats,. Ig Is to. be refused admission at-American ports. The treasury de partment at Washington has Just Is sued the-order. ..'hliiii iif.ii.li'iiltii BISMARCK A I TfUBUNK, FRIDAY MORNING, A 13, 1»10. 'fffii START HOUSEKEEPING RIGHT GOLD MEDA FLOU S I S S S a a «Pgs—Receipts, 17.000 slides^ makes^ up a prograT that is hard to beat. There will be the usual Saturday: afternoon matinee, and the present big bill will close with two perform ances Saturday evening. -:'i- GEM A large) and delighted audience left the Gem last night declaring show to be one of the best seen in Bismarck recently LIVE STOCK St. Paul Cattle.—Receipts, 1,000 market generally steady quotations un changed. Veal calves, '26c lower, 275 t«m Jfogs.—Receipts, 2,450 market loci* lower. Range, 910 to 925 bulk of sales, 916 to 920. Sheep.—Receipts, 2,220 market steady. Sheep, 300 to 825 lambs, 500 to 875. 1 Chicago Cattle.—Receipts, 4,500 market steady, to 5c lower. Steers, 625 to 870: cows, 485 to 675 heifers, 425 to 745 bulls, 500 to 675 calves, 300 to 775 stockers and feeders, 475 to fn 1v lou ,Al. ™,oi«Ae wmarke0t5o SA A to 10, lower. Choic heavy, 96 970 butchers, 960 to 972% light mixed, 950. to 960 choice light, 960 to 975 packing, 950 to 960 pigs, 925 to 950 bulk of sales, 955 to 965. Sheep.—Receipts, 12,000 market strong. Sheep, 635 to 750 yearlings, 760 to 800 lambs, 765 to 900 spring lambs, 900 to 1100. MONET New York.-r-Money on call steady, 3%uto 4 per cent ruling rate, 3% pgrfcent closing bid, 3% per cent Offered at 4 per cent. Time loans soft 60 days, 9% to 4 per cent, and' 9$days, 4 to 4% percent 6 months, 4 to 4% per cent. GRAIN lit Chicago.—Close: Wheat: May, 113% July, 103% Sept., 101%. Corn: May. 61% July, 63% Sept., 63% to 63% Dec., 58%: Oats: May, 41% to 42%i July. 40% Sept., 39%. Mjnneapolis.-~Close: Wheat: May, The Aerlil Riggaes came in for JJMf to W W 1*0*-to 110% elr share of the applause, and it is font. 101% a a 1 hard. be regretted that the house Is too Jl»*: No No. 2 northern, 110 to 111% No. 3, JW5 to 108%. Duluth.—Wheat on track: No. 1 hard, 110% No. northern, 110 No. ,2 northern, 108. TQ arrive: No. 1 northern, 110*,' No. 2 n6rthern, 108. Velvet chaff, 107 May. 110 bid July, 111K bid Sept., 102 bid. Durum on track, to arrive and in store: No. 1, 90% No. 2, 88% May, 8f% bid July. »1% bid Sept., 88% bid. SUMMONS. .Sta&.ol' North Dakota, County of Burleigh. In District Court, Sixth Judicial Dfetrict:'' \. Joanna H. Maher, plaintiff, vs. Thomas F. Maher, defendant. "State of North Dakota to the above .defendant: are hereby summoned to ans tt the contplalnt in this action, a copy of which is hereto attached, and herewith served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint upon the subscribers at their offices in the city of Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota, with in thirty days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service and in case ofiypur l&Uujie to" appear or answer, jufgjpj|n$ JritJUbe taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the -complaint. Dated, at Bismarck, N. D., this 26th day of AnriK JJ910. .\ OffiWTON lb DULLAM, Kj"v^U Attorneys for Plaintiff, \i" I northern, 112 to 113%, Bismardk, North Dakota. To the defendant above named: You will please take notice that the complaint in the above entitled ac tion was duly filed in the office of the clerk of the above named district court, in the cpurt house in the city of Bismarck, Burleigh county, North Dakota, on the 5th day of May, 1910. A MUSIC FESTIVAL To Be Held at the STATE NORMAL SCHOOL AUDI- TORIUM, VALLEY N. D. "i May 30 and 31, 1 S I W $ $ Under the direction Itf^Howard El son Goodsell, Dean of the Conserva tory. Four concerts are given during the tw^ days?" to each one of whlsh the 1 DREAMS COME mmw* MINNEAPOLIS SYMPHONY ORCH ESTRA of 60 pieces, under EmU Ober hoffer, conductor, Will appear. There will be" seven superb solo artists, the Valley "City Choral^society of'1''-125 voices, the Ladies' Glee club of 20 voices that rivals in artistic, rendition any similar organisation In the coun try, and'the Hen's Glee club, one of the strongest ^organizations of the music work at Valley City. The final evening concert, Haydn's masterpiece, "THE CREATION/' will be presented. For circulars/diagrams of the audi torium and tickets, address HOWARD E. GOODSELL Valley City, N. D. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS STATE. For 8tate Auditor. hereby announce myself a republican tndidate for reelection as Mate auditor of "»orth Dakota. _. I ahall continue to reside at Bismarck and rive the affairs of the office my personal at tention, as I have 'during the present admin- 0 D. K. BRIGHTBILL. For Judge of Supreme Court. •'•I hereby announce myself as a candidate for judge of the supreme court P. H. ROURKE. For Attorney General. I herewith announce myself candidate the republican tieket for reelection to the office of Attorney General of the Sttte of v.rtti Dakota. If re-elected the preaent ooliey of the office will be continued. ANDREW MILLER. For Secretary of State. candidate for secretary-of sttte. I am a farmer, a soldier, schoolmaster and republican. If elected. I shall move my 'amity to Bismarck, and perform well the utie. of th* office. 0 S For Judge ef Supreme Court. I hereby announce myself as. a candidate jor nomination for. judge of the supreme court of the state of North Dakota, at the coming primary election in June. Minot. N. D., March 1, 1910. E. B. GOSS. DISTRICT. For Congress. 1 announce myself a candidate for the re publican nomination fof congress before the primaries in June. I will give out my plat form later. I am a resident of the western oart of the state, and believe that all parts ii the state shbuld be represented. If elected I will do everything in my power to represent the state creditably and fairly in congress. ,. T. R. MOCKLER. COUNTY. Announcement. 1 hereby announce myself as a candidate for reelection to the office of county treas urer, subject to the decision of the repub lican voters at the, primary election to bt (Kid in June. if elected. I will, as a servant ^f the people, attend to the duties of my office faithfully, impartially and to the best inter ests of the taxpayers of Burleigh, county. Respectfully yours, ':i CARL R. KOSITZKY. For County Commissioner. I hereby announce mysetf as a candidate the republican ticket for the office of county commissioner in the Third district, subject to the republican waters at, the general orimary election to be held in June. ,1 am a resident of Csnfield, a farmer and also a taxpayer. If elected to tte office, I wftt. to thrbest of my aMir/, took after the interests of the county, faithfully, impartial ly sad in coou^iancf wjth, the laaa of our .:. ...nv -r L. tf ©NG ^Canfield. N. a Pebtsmw .11. 1S10. ..-i... •,. »I» il! ii .:i .-.•/rli'u: •Fcfr5'1tou^••*ii»ast»F^•• $1 hereby a^nbun« myself a'candidate on republicalkt^icket for-election to the of? .iol^CasnUy-tAudUor^j-.. electedTwill.to the beat of my abihty. re the people, by an honest and just ad ainistratioa and to tbebest interestt of the Mpayers of Burleith county. rfT- Tours truly, NEWTON & DULLAM, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Bismarck. North Dakota. Second-Annual Respectfully yours, $}-• 'it. E. FtAHERTY. JX 1 herewith sanewwee myself, a candidate on :he republican ticket for election to the office sheriff of Burleigh county, subject to* the decision rendered at the primary. election' to be held in June. .-./:•- JOHN .'. tRENCH. For County Judge. I hereby announce my candidacy on the. re publican ticket for the. office of county judge •t Burleigh county.'N. D., subject to the ap proval of the republican'voters at the general orimary electionto be held in June, 1910. T-have" been a'resident of the county for thirty years and know.-the needs of the coun ty, and I faithfully promise that if elected will fulfill the duties of the office impartially trid will transact the duties of,.(he office in manner to benefit the public at large as .ell as the tax payers of the county. WILBERT FIELD. r_lpi*f.t.«*1lf*t:- ,.„. -county Auditor, I announce myself a candidate for the office at County Auditor on the republican ticket. If elected I shall administer, my official 'duties faithfully and to the beat interests „of the taxpayers of Burleigh A For County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate on the republican ticket, subject to the voters «t the primarv election, for commissioner in the Second district. I have been a farmer ,n Sibley township for nine years, and* if •lected 1 will serve the people of Burleigh county to the best of my ability. CHAS. G. PORTER. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for. the office of sheriff of Burleigh county, on the republican ticket, subject to the de cision of the voters at the primary election to be held in June. FRANK BARNES. For County Judge. 1 hereby anaounre myself a candidate ori** the republican ticket for election to the of fice ot County Tud"e of Burleigh county, subject to the primary election to be held in June. If elected I will conscientiously discharge the duties of the office. Respectfully submitted to the derision of the people. G. T. KEEN/ N. Bismarck, V. D. For County Judge. hereby announce myself candidate for county judge, subject to the republican rot era at the June primaries. ""WARD A. THOMAS. County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate oa £.1 the republican ticket for nomination for the office of county commissioner for. .the Sec- '. ond commissioner' .snaftrJci -'of- Suikugn "coun ty, subject to 4he decision of .*tbe^voters «t the primary election to fce -held nesU Tune. LYMM W. SPERRY. Fer Ceurty Judge. I am a .candidate 4ar*k* tcpahUcan nom ination as county iudgcat the primary ejec tion. I respettfufly aSBcit M* awmort republican voters. ..J. hereby, announce myself a candidate for coroner on the republican ticket, subject to the decision of the voters a* ,^tbe. June pri- gj maries. If elected I will serve as I have in the past. I 1 ofJ M. T. McKENZ'.E. For Clerk ef Court. I hereby announce myself as a candidate, on the republican ticket, for the office of I Clerk of Court, at the primary election to be held June 29. CHAS. FISHER. Far County Auditor. v-.' 1 hereby announce myself as a. candidate, for re-election" for the office of Couhty' Audi tor, on the republican ticket. I. W. HEALY. For Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate on the republican ticket for nomination for the office of county commissioner for the Third commissioner district of Burleigh county, subject to the decision- of the voter* at the primary election to be held next June. CHAS. J. PETERSON. (Better known as Coal Mine Peterson.) For Register of Deed*. I hereby announce /myself as a candidate for Register of -Deeds on the republican (icket at the primary election to be held in June. 1910. JOHN F. FORT. For Coroner. E. G. FIELD. FOr County Commissioner. I announce myself a'candidate on the re publican ticket for nomination for County Commissioner in the First district. This is not at the request of any faction of the party, but of my own free will and accord. If nominated and elected, I will be in posi tion to, and will give all a square deal. I. E. -HEATON, McKensie. N.' D. Announcement. Bismarck, N. D., March 84, 1910. I hereby announce myself as candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Burleigh county an the Republican ticket at the pri mary election to be held June 89, 1910. I have lived in Bismarck thirty years and have never held a public office of any kind. THOMAS P. O'CONNOR. County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate on the republican ticket for nomination for the office of county commissioner for the First commissioner district of Burleigh county, subject to the, decision of the 'voters at the primary election to be held next June. J. H. ALLENSWORTH. Brlttln. N. D- For County Superintendent of Schools I hereby announce my candidacy for election to the office of county super intendent of schools, subject to the de cision of the republican voters at the primaries on June 29, 1910. If nominated and elected, I shall continue to devote my entire time and best efforts to the educational work in the county. C. L. VIGNESS. For State Superintendent of Public Instructions. My name will appear on the pri mary election ballot as a candidate for the republican nomination for the. office of State Superintendent of Pub lic Instruction. E. J. TAYLOR. C. M. COOLEY. For Judge of Supreme Court I hereby announce my candidacy for nomination for the office of judge of the supreme court at the June primaries. CHARLES. M. COOLEY.