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Saturday, Hay 28, 1910.
AL PA $ .39 Corset Covers, today $ .49 Corset Covers, today $ .65 Corset Covers, today .75 Corset Covers, today $ .89 Corset Covers, today KSmct Get the habit of reading these Saturday Ad They are becoming popular. Economical Buyers are investigating. J*+ 1* This is the Third of our All Da Saturday Sales. The object is to offer the trade something special and of a seasonable character. Merchandise that is needed Today ITEM ONE HySLli UNDERWEAR THIS IS CERTAINLY AN UNUSUAL CHANCE YOU WILL HAVE PUT BEFORE YOU A VERY LARGE VAR.ETY OF EVERY GARMENT .N UNDER MUSLINS. NOTE THE PRICES: OTLOSJBLXCK. BLUES, TAN AND ROSE^ Regular 75c quality, today per yard Regular 98c quality, today per yard Combination Suits OF FINE NAINSOOK AND MUSLIN, TRIMMED WITH NEWEST EM BROIDERY AND VAL., AND MALTA LACE. $1.00 Combination Suits, today -80 $1.38 Combination Suits, today 1-1° $1.65 Combination Suits, today 1-30 $1.75 Combination Suits, today 1-40 $2.25 Combination Suits, today 1-80 $2.75 Combination Suits, today 2.20 $2.95 Combination Suits, today 2.36 $3.50 Combination Suits, today 2.80 $4.75 Combination Suits, today 3.80 $5.25 Combination Suits, today 4-20 Excellent Values With Seep Flounces of Hew and Attractive Lace and Embroidery $-.00 Underskirts, today .80 $1.50 Underskirts, toiay 1-20 *1.75 Underskirts, today l.«0 $2.00 Underskirts, today 1 6* $2.95 Underskirts, today 2.36 $3.25 Underskirts, today 2.60 Dorset (Sower $3.95 Underskirts, today 3.16 $4.00 Underskirts, today 3.20 $5.25 Underskirts, today 4.20 $7.50 Underskirts, today 6.00 *9.25 Underskirts, today 7.40 Very Best Values at Regular Prices $ .29 $ .98 Corset Covers, today 39 $1.00 Corset Covers, today .... .52 $1.25 Corset Covers, today .60 *1.50 Corset Covers, today .71 $1.65 Corset Covers, today Night ©owns Not to be Surpassed for Worth and Beauty «i.k. pnwn« tda $ 60 $2.25 Night Gowns, today 1.80 I S S downs' olay'.:'.:: .68 $2.75 Night Gowns today 2.20 !iS£E::::S SBB, 3 S Good Values at Regular Prices 5 .29 Drawers, today Ijj $ .35 Drawers, today 25 .45 Drawers, today 36 .50 Drawers, today -'. 42 $ .65 Drawers, today 52 $1.00 Drawers, today 80 ITEM TWO SflL&C WHITE, LIGHT GREEN, LAVENDER, ITEW THREE A CHANCE TO BUY AT A SPEC LIKE OF WHICH IS WOT TO BE THAN BISMARCK. ALL SIZES A PENSIVE GRASS RUGS TO THE $ 1.25 Rugs, today 1-°° $ 2.95 Rugs, today 4.25 Rugs, today $ 7.50 Rugs, today $ 9.75 Rugs, today J-80 $10.75 Rugs, today $11.50 Rugs, today »-£0 BROT DEPARTMENT STORE .78 .8a 1.00 1.20 1.32 $1.25 Drawers, today 1.00 $1.50 Drawers, today 1-20 $1.75 Drawers, today 1-40 $2.25 Drawers, today 1 -80 $2.50 Drawers, today 2.00 O OF THE VERY CREAM O THIS SEASONS PRETTY SHADES AND8 DMION« IN A S. IT IS A SETTLED FACT THAT O I A S ARE ONE OF THE MOST DURABLE OF DAINTY DRESS .55 .75 IAL PRICE FROM A STOCK, THE OUND IN CITIES MUCH LARGER ND KINDS FROM THE LEAST EX INEST FRENCH VELVETS. $15.00 Rugs, today 12.00 $26.50 Rugs, today 21.20 $33.50 Rugs, today 26.80 $39.75 Rugs, today 31.80 $43.50 Rugs, today 34.80 $53.00 Rugs, today 42.40 $67.50 Rugs, today 54.00 BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE CHARLES WHITE FILES AN AFFIDAVIT OF PREJUDICE WANTS CHANGE OF VENUE ALSO IN CASE IN WHICH HE IS White in his application for a change of venue states that the fact that the information in the case against him was filed by the attor ney general and his assistants has an undue influence over the minds of the people of Burleigh county and for that reason it would be impossible for him to secure a fair trial here. He also states that as there is much agitation over the question of the SLIGHT CHANGES IN N. P. TRAIN SERVICE NEAR PROFESSIONALISM— BUT. Manager Temple Got First By Being Hit With Ball Manager Wells Failed to Reach Initial Sack. The game of baseball between the employes and attaches of the two vaudeville theatres came off as per schedule yesterday afternoon and vic tory perched on the banner of the followers of the Grand. The score would indicate that there was some fine and close playing, but as the error column was lost it is un derstood that there are things there that the players would not like to have appear in print. E. H. L. Vesperman officiated as "empire" to the satisfaction of all— once in a whjle. It is said that there were no hostile demonstrations to ward the man with the indicator and that Ves was there with the smile at every stage of the game. Manager Wells of the Gem, failed to get to first base, but he stated to a reporter that he did make one hit but for some reason it was not count ed. Manager Temple fared a little better, as he was hit by a pitched ball and was carried to first. He managed to get to second, where died. There were stars in the game, but most of them gained their stardom in the theatrical rather than the base ball world. The Gem bunch is satisfied that it was not their day to shine and are looking for a return game, and they will probably be accommodated. Thef following is the line-up: Grand Aloertson Hoffman Kaiser. Temple Vann Garrett E. E. Vesperman Denis Jenkins CHARGED WITH VIOLATION OF PROHIBITION LAW JURY STILL OUT IN THE EMPTING CASE JUDGE KNEESHAW CALLED BY JUDGE WINCHESTER. Somewhat of a sensation was sprung in district court Friday after noon when Chas. E. White, charged with a violation of the prohibition law, filed an affidavit of prejudice against Judge Winchester, and also asked for a change of venue. Judge Winsters announced that he would call in Judge Kneeshaw of Pembina and the judge will be here Tuesday afternoon at 1:30, when the applica tion for a change of venue will be argued before him. oat Marked Change Is In Number 8 Which Comes rrom the West One Hour Ahead of Old Schedule. There will be a new time card Is sued by the Northern Pacific to go into effect at 12:01 Sunday morning. There are very, few changes, and only three of any particular import ance. No. 8, the local passenger from the^west, will arrive at 5:35, insteau of 4:37 as before, and No. 3, the mail train from the east will be here at 11:12, instead of 11:35 in the morn ing as formerly. No. 7, the express from the east, formerly due here at 1:07 will now arrive at 1:15, and the other trains, including the., Linton branch, will run as before. It. is stated that there will be an improvement in the service on No. 3 and No. 4 in the near future, in that they will be equipped with ob servation cars the same as Nos. 1 and 2. Just when the change in the equipment will be made, is not known but it is expected that it will be made about the first of the month. GRAND BEATS GEM IN BASEBALL GAME ORE WOULD INDICATE GAME Gem C. P. Burbage Horner Bauer s.s. IB. 2B. 3B. Mossbrucker Humphreys Hastings Allensworth LF. CF RF. Olson Wells A. W. Lucas Co.. are offering some thing entirely unusual in bargains for Saturday. Read their ad. A. W. LUCAS CO. PIANO FOR 3ALE A good upright second-hand piano for sale for $100 at 223 Fourth street. Desk for Sale A roller top' desk and office chair for sale at 223 Fourth street. IVM violation of the prohibition law and general talk of the class of crime with which he is charged, that there is a prejudice against all charged with the crime in the minds of the people, and that is another reason he could not have a fair trial. In his application for a change of judges, White states, through his at torneys, that there is a prejudice in the mind of the judge of the sixth judicial district in the case in which he (White) is interested, and he fears the judge would not be impartial in his conduct of the case. It is gen erally thought the filing. of the ap plication is Simply a method to gain time by the defendant. At 2:15 th jury in the case in which Wm. Empting is charged with viola tion of the prohibition law had not reported, and it is the general opin ion that the jury will be unable to come to an agreement. EX-AUDITOR WHITE LANDED IN THE PEN NUMBER THREE FROM THE EAST BROUGHT DOWN FROM DICKIN WILL ARRIVE A FEW MIN- UTES EARLIER. SON FRIDAY AFTERNOON ON NO. 8 Is in for Five Years—Has Chance to Reduce Time to About Three and a Half Years by Good Behavior. J. S. White, ex-county auditor of Stark county, was brought here from Dickinson Friday afternoon to com mence a term of five years in the state penitentiary for defrauding the county out of $43,000. He secured the money by a series of foregries which he worked while he was serv ing as city treasurer and county audi tor. He would forge the county com missioner's name to warrants and place them to the credit of the city and pocket the proceeds himself. It is not thought that he has retained any of the money stolen, as he was a high liver and probably spent all he took. While his sentence is for five years, the minimum under the law, he has a chance to reduce that to about three and a half years by good conduct. It is not known just what his occupa tion at the pen will be, but as he is an expert bookkeeper and the men are given the work most congenial and to which they are best fitted, he will probably be given some clerical position. NO CONTEST OF THE JUDICIAL FILINGS ALL PETITIONS HAVE BEEN FILED UNDER THE NEW LAW OF 1909 The Matter of Three or Six Names, However, is Still Up In the Air— Blaisdell Thinks Three are Plenty. There may be, and probably will be, no action brought to test the non-partisan judiciary law, unless it is brought today. Practically all of the judgeship petitions have been filed. Yesterday the petitions of P. H. Rourke and W. J. Kneeshaw were filed. Both gentlemen filed under the new non-partisan judiciary act, but made offers oi petitions under the old law, which were refused by the secretary of state. The object of the offers was to protect the rights of the candidates in case there should be any hitch in the new law. One of the questions that remains unsettled is as to whether the voter at the primaries shall vote for three or six names. It is understood Secre tary of State Blaisdell takes the view that the voter shall only vote for three names and will so instruct them when he issues his instructions re garding the primary law. Go See Busch for Shoes CELEBRATED THE VICTORY Manager and Mrs. Temple enter tained the members of the Grand baseball team and the attaches of the theatre at an elaborate lunch af ter the performance last evening, in celebration of the baseball victory of the afternoon over the team from the Gem. Those present were: Mrs. Tyrell and Ned and Marjie, and Hom er Davis, who are working at the Grand for the latter part of the week, Marion and Finley and Vann and Hoff man, who open Sunday afternoon Miss Clara E. Wright, pianist Julia Mae Gradie, illustrated song singer Oliver Jenkins, stage manager E. E, Vesperman, electrician Geo. Munger, violinist and Dick Kaiser, usher. Go See Busch for Shoes I Try Tribune Want Columns. Afraid of Ghosts Many people are afraid of ghosts. Pew people •re afraid of germs. Yet the ghost is a fancy and the germ is a fact. If the germ could be magnified to a size equal to its terrors it would appear more terrible than any fire-breathing dragon. Germs can't be avoided. They are in the air we breathe, th«s water we drink. No.9 The germ can only prosper when the condition of the system gives it free scope to establish it self and develop. When there is a deficiency of vital force, languor, restlessness, a sallow cheek, a hollow eye, when the appetite is poor and the sleep is broken, it is time to guard against the germ. You can fortify the body against all germs by the use of Dr. Pierce's Gold en Medical Discovery. It increases the vital power, cleanses the system of clogging impurities, enriches the blood, puts the stom ach and organs of digestion and nutrition in working condition, so that the germ finds no weak or tainted spot in which to breed. "Golden Medical Discovery" contains no alcohol, whisky or habit-forming drugs. All its ingredients printed on its outside wrapper. It is not a secret nostrum but a medicine OP KNOWN COMPOSITION and with a record of 40 years of cures. Accept no substitute—there is nothing just as good." Ask your neighbors. ERAL RUN OF PEOPLE, UNCLE SAM OFFERS WORK FOR 6 OFHISSUBJECTS CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATIONS WILL BE HELD IN THE BISMARCK As a rule when there are civil ser vice examinations advertised there is very little interest taken In them on account of the fact that there are generally a lot of technical subjects to be treated and very few of the general public stand any show of pass ing the examination. The next batch that will be held at the Bismarck postoffice offers some places that may be filled and the ex aminations passed by people who are residents Of the state. There is a place for a tinner at the Phoenix, Arizona, Indian school, and the pay is $720 per annum. The only points in the examination to be pass ed are physical ability and experience, the former counting 40 and the lat ter 60 points. The applicants must be over 20 years of age and send ref erences as to their ability in the line of work, and also as to their personal reputation. ihere is an opening for an assist ant in dairying at Madison, Wis., un der the supervision of the department of agriculture, and the place pays an annual salary of from $1,400 to $1,800. Practical experience will count 40, and the other sixty points will be di vided between general education, spec ial education (20 points each), and two written exercises. For those who want to cross the briny, there is an opening in the sur veying department for service in tne Philippines. There are fifty or more vacancies in this place and the sal ary is $1,400 per annum. The age lim it is 18 to 40 years and the applicant must pass a strict physical examina tion. One of the best paid appointments included in the present list is that of examiner in the reclamation ser vice. This carries a salary of $1,800 POSTOFFICE BUILDING JUNE 13. 14 AND 15 NEARLY ALL OF THE PLACES ARE THOSE THAT CAN BE FILLED BY THE GEN- If you can't come For Sale One Hart-Parr Gasoline Traction Engine and two John Deere Three-bottom Engine Gang Plows, complete with Breaker and Stubble Bot toms. Write G. W. WOLBERT, Bismarck N. D. "Sunkist" Navel OrangesAre Seedless They are always packed in wrappers bearing the name"Sun kist." Be sure the oranges you get have these wrappers, for they not only insure you the finest oranges that can be grown, but for every twelve you send us we will give you a Handsome Orange Spoon FREE These spoons are Rogers' Best Qualitj, Standard AA —a beautiful pattern designed especially for us. You couldn't buy anything more handsome, no matter what price you paid. Think how quickly you can get an entire set-^j a most attractive addition to your table service. Buy a dozen "Sunkist" Oranges or Lemons today, and send us the wrappers, with six 2c stamps to pay for postage, packing, etc. You will get your first spoon by return mail. Address California Fruit Growers' Exchange^ 34 Clark St. CHICAGO Buy "Sunkist" Lemons as well as "Sumiut"' Oranges. The fruit is equally fintt 0*4 not accept lemon wrappers for spoens. -, Pive per year, but the examination is rath er stiff and along technical lines more than the others. The age limit in this department is 20 to 40 years. Physical laboratory helper (male), is one of the other places open. Train ing and experience count for 50 points in the examination and other points are in the jommon branches of worlt such as writing, reading and arithme tic. The position pays only $750 per year. A position in the geological survey as geologist, is offered the properly equipped persons and the pay is $2, 160 per year, or $7 per day. The applicants will have to have a thor ough scientific training and consider able experience. There will be very few applicants for this place as ths supply of competent geologists is very limited and the compensation of fered by the government is not enough to win them away from private em ployment. A. W. Lucas Co., are offering some thing entirely unusual in bargains for Saturday. Read their ad. A. W. LUCAS CO. Go See Busch for Shoes Hairdressing Shampooing,Hairdressing Manicuring and Electric Massaging MISSHERMINJUELL Phone 234 TRIBUNE BUILDING Telephone No. 9 our Choic From 10,000,000 Orang Trees We pack 60 per cent of California's orange crop— three-fourths of its lemons. From this great quantity we choose the solid, tree-ripened, deliciously flavored fruit lor our special brand, "SUNKIST."