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Sunday, May 29, 1910.
TIME FOR FILING PAST AND ACTIVE WORK LARGE NUMBER OFCANDIDATES TO THE FRONT DEMOCRATS HAVE SUCCEEDED IN SECURI NG FULL TICKET BURKE HAS NO OPPOSITION IN THE PARTY DENNIS HANNIFIN FILES FOR SENATE AT THE ELEVENTH HOUR. Yesterday was the last day for the filing of petitions for nomination at the office of Secretary of State Alfred Blaisdell, and a number of new pe titions were filed. Among them was that of Hon. Dennis Hannifin, squat ter governor of the state of North Dakota for the six year term in the United States senate. The petitions for the nomination of Governor Han nifin were liberally signed by thenominees people in the western part of the state, and his name will go on theJohn primary ballot for the June election. Governor Hannifin is confident of the .successful issue of his campaign. The judicial nominations have been filed and received by the secretary of state under the new non-partisan act. None of the candidates raised a question as to the law, but merely made tenders of petitions in case the new law were attacked in the court* and held unconstitutional. In the democratic ranks, there was no candidate in opposition to Govern-i or Burke for renomination as the dem ocratic candidate. George Duis of Grand Forks, and John Bruegger of Williston, with VV. E. Purcell of Wah peton, are the candidates for the democratic senatorial nominations. Duis and Bruegger are opposing can didates for the long term, and Pur cell for the short term. The following is the official list of the candidates who have filed their petitions for the republican nomina tions Senate, long term—Thomas F. Mar shall, P. J. McCumber, Dennis Han nifin, H. N! Midtbo. Senate, short term—Edward Enge rud. A. J. Gronna. Member of Congress—L. B. Hanna, James Johnson, W. S. Lauder, H. T. Helgeson. B. G. Skulason, Alfred Blais dell, T. R. Mockler. Governor—C. A. Johnson, Jas. Bu chanan, H. H. Aaker, George W. Wil son, Smith Stimmel. Lieutenant Governor—J. B. Sharpe, U. L. Burdick. Secretary of State—Frank S. Henry, W. M. House, P. D. Norton, W. R. Vosburg. State Auditor —D. K. Brightbill, John Flittie. State Treasurer—Gunder Olson, G. Li. Bickford. Attorney General—Andrew Miller, J. C. Adamson. Commissioner of Insurance—Geo. H. Stone. W. C. Taylor. Commissioner of Agriculture and money. Write for catalog and specifications. proposition. S Bismarck Labor—W. C. Gilbreath, Alex McDon ald. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion—E. J. Taylor, A. L. Woods. Railroad Commissioners W. H. Stutsman, O. P. N. Anderson, W. H. Mann, J. T. Purcell, John O. Fadden, C. F. Massingham. The following are the democratic who have filed: Senate, long term—George E. Duis, Bruegger. Senate, short term—W. E. Purcell. Member of Congress—T. D. Casey, M. A. Hildreth. Governor—John Burke. Lieutenant Governor—W. L. Rich ards. Secretary of State—W. F. Robert son. State Auditor—Peter G. Rooks. State Treasurer—H. L. Halvorsen. Attorney General—S. L. Nuchols. Insurance Commissioner—Chas. L. Whittlesey. Commissioner of Agriculture and i^abor—Alexander Morrison. Railroad Commissioners—J. I. Han son, F. L. Walker, George L. Mateer. The following candidates have filed for the supreme court: Edward T. Burke, P. H. Rourke, E. B. Goss, Sever Serumgaard, John Car mody, W. M. Anderson, W. J. Knee shaw, S. E. Ellsworth, Charles M. Cooley, Charles A. Fisk. Following is a list of candidates for nomination to county offices, who have filed with the county auditor: Sheriff. Frank Barnes, republican. John P. French, republican. W. E. Breen, democrat. Auditor. T. E. Flaherty, republican. I. W. Healy, republican. J. P. Bartell, republican. Treasurer. Carl R. Kosltsky, republican. Henry L. Reade, republican. Register of Deeds. John F. Fort, republican. Superintendent of Schools. C. L. Vigness, republican. Clerk of Court. Charles Fisher, republican. Thos. P. O'Connor, republican. County Judge. M. J. McKenzie, republican. G. J. Keenan, republican. H. A. Thomas, republican. Wilbert Field, republican. States Attorney. R. N. Stevens, republican. W. L. Smith, republican. 11 6 inch wheel base 36 Horse Power THE PARRY The Longest Car in the World For $1,285 and $1,485 Everywhere it seems that the Parry Car, with its great length, its powerful hand made motor (made entirely in the A factory,) and its beautiful lines is just about what auto mobiL buyers have been looking for. Every A put into service justifies all the claims made for simplicity, structural correctness and economical operation. We are selling A S every day to purchasers who feel that they are really saving Accessories and Repairs We carry a full line of Accessories and solicit a share of your accessory business. We also employ one of the best experts obtainable and are safe in saying that we are in a position to do your repair work as well as any garage in the northwest. We invite your patronage. LAHR MOTOR SALES CO. State Agents for Parry Cars Coroner. E. J. Field, republican. Commissioner First District. L. E. Heaton, republican/: B. G." Patterson, republicari. J. Small, democrat. Commissioner Second District. W. L. Sperry, republican. Charles G. Porter, republican. Fred Korn, democrat. Commissioner Third District. Chas. J. Peterson, republican. L. H. Ong, republican. James Thompson, democrat. Justices of the Peace. J. E. Perry, republican. E. S. Pierce, republican. John Williams, republican. C. Olson, republican. Member of Legislature E. A. Williams, republican. Frank Fox, republican. H. P. Knappen, republican. George Stephenson, republican. Go See Busch for Shoes THE CHURCHES TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Service in the Norwegian language at the Court House hall at 8 in the evening. O. G. Belsheim, Pastor. GERMAN EVANGELICAL CHURCH. Corner Rosser and Seventh streets. Sunday services: Sunday school, 10 a. m. Preaching service at 10:45 a. m. Chapel services at our hospital at 3 p. m. Young People's meetting at 7:15 p. m. Topic, "Is Our's a Christian Christian Nation?" Evening Gospel service at 8 o'clock. The choir will assist in the morn ing and evening services. We extend a cordial invitation to both friends and strangers. H. C. Lehner, Pastor. BAPTIST CHURCH. 11 a. m., Memorial day services. Special quartet music and solo by Miss Boyeson. Sermon topic, "The Trumpet Call of the Hour." 12 m., Bible School and Brother hood class. 7:30 p. m., Preparatory prayer ser vice. 8 p. m., Evangeslistic service. The scripture lesson will be illustrated with free hand drawings. Sermon topic, "Helfmness." Baptisms will follow the sermon. A welcome to all to a home-like church. Geo. B. Newcomb, Minister. M'CABE M. E. CHURCH. Public Worship at 10:45 a. and 8 p. m. Sermon at both services by Rev. Louis Magin. Morning topic, "The Ministry," and in the evening, "The Infinite Resources of God." Special music at both services. Paptisms and reception of members at the morning services. Sunday school at noon. Epworth League Devotional service at 7 p. m.. Mr. Johnson will be theANNA leader. If your territory is not taken write us for agency 212 4th St. N. Dak. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE •%•. To- all these services you are vited. in- Rev. Magin, Pastor. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Second Sunday after Pentecost. Early Mass and Communion at 7:30 a. m. Highmass, Corpus Christi proces sion, sermon, at 10:30 a. m. Memorial services of G. A. R. and Veterans at 2 p. m. May Devotion and eBnediction at 7:30 p. m. Monday—Services in the cemetery chapel at 9 a. m. Daily Mass at 8 a. m. May devotion at 7::30 p. m. SALVATION ARMY. The following services will be held at the Salvation Army hall today: 11 a. m., Holiness meeting. 2 p. m., Junior Company meeting, led by Junior Sergeant-Major Mon roe. 3:30 p. m., Christian Praise meeting, led by Mrs. Capt. Hall. 8 p. m., Salvation meeting. Lesson subject, "Short Beds and Narrow Covers." Capt. C. P. Hall, Officer in Charge... SWANSON'S FUNERAL HELD (^SATURDAY MOTHER AND FATHER OF FIRE VICTIM HERE FROM DES MOINES. Services Held From Field's Undertak ing Rooms Interment In Fair view Cemetery, This City. The funeral services over the re-the mains of Paul Swanson, who was fatally burned in a fire at his resi dence here Wednesday morning, were held at the Field undertaking parlors Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. Newcomb of the Baptist church, con ducting the service. The father and mother of the de-both ceased had arrived here from Des Moines, la., and they were accompan ied by another son. The interment was in Fairview cemetery. It has been learned since the acci dent that the former wife of Mr. Swan son is living in Seattle, Wash., and that the little girl is making her home with her grandparents. Mr. Swanson Sr., and his wife have returned to their home in Iowa. Go See Busch for Shoes GIRL SCARES OFF A BOLD CHICKEN THIEF HUBER CHASED A THIEF AND THEN SENT WORD TA POLICE. Developments In Case Lead to Dis covery of a Blind Pig Some Evf dence Secured In Search. At an early hour Saturday morn ing Miss Anna Huber heard someone prowling around the Huber chicken house and upon going out to investi gate found a man in the coop about to make his escape with an assort ment of fowls. Mr. Thief saw that he was discov ered and made a break for safety, with Miss Huber in full chase. The man was a better runner, however, and the girl gave up the chase and re turned to the house and telephoned the police station and it was only a short time until Patrolman Martine son had rounded up the thief and placed him in jail. The man was caught with the goods on as he was carrying a duck when he was captured. The, manfr was in an intoxicated condition and a half empty whisky bottle was in«5 his pocket. When he had his hear ing Saturday morning he was asked where he had secured the liquor and he stated that he had purchased it from Owen Farley. Chief of Police McDonald went to the Farley residence and found there evidences that there had been an "unusual amount" of liquor kept on the place, but only one full bottle was found at the rime of the search. There were, however, several "dead" ones, and a warrant for the arrest of Mr. Farley will be issued. Farley has been a town charge for some time and it is not known just what will be done with him. At thehot time the whisky was found there were also discovered three chickens in a back room of the house, and Mrs. Hu ber identified them as some that had been stolen from the Huber hen house at a recent date. Go See Busch for Shoes y--:.y/-:f-^*- 7 .., .,.-.. ^SSl |^kfe^^^^ *±s*l/ _, 5*"' Before buying a Traction En gine examine "The Dakota Gas Tractor." All steel gears. Three speedB—i|, 2£ and 4 miles an hour. Sold by F. Jaszkowiak Bismarck, N. Dak. RENVILLE AND BURKE COUNTIES ORGANIZED ENTIRE VOTE OF KENMARE IS THROWN OUT BY THE LAST DECISION Kenmare Is Still Left In a Pocket— Bowbells and Mohall Will Be the New County Seats. Both Renville and Burke counties were lawfully organized by the vote taken at the last election, according to a decision promulgated by the su preme court yesterday afternoon. The opinion of the court has not as yet been handed down, but the effect of the decision was announced by the court. The decision comes upon a re-hear ing granted and argued some time ago before the court. Under the pre vious decision of the court, Burke county was declared organized, but Renville county was knocked out. on the theory that the 200 votes in Ken mare, which were cast solidly against both propositions, were registered de facto, and could therefore be count ed. There were some 600 votes cast in Kenmare on the proposition of or ganizing Burke and Renville counties. They were cast nearly solidly against both propositions and left Kenmare in a pocket in old Ward. Only 200 votes were cast at the June primaries in Kenmare, and as there was no registration at the fall election, the court held in the former decision that only 200 votes could be counted, and that they were regis tered de facto, by the fact of the vote at the June primaries. This conclusion is abandoned by court in the decision on re-hear ing and all of the vote in Kenmare is thrown out, as not having been reg istered and therefore illegal. The throwing out of this vote now leaves both Renville and Burke coun ties with a majority for organization, and the work of the organization of counties will now be proceeded with. Bowbells will probably be the coun ty seat of Burke county, and Mohalt of Renville county. Kenmare is left in a corner of old Ward county. GRAND The Grand played to a full house again last night and Mr. Temple says the past week was the banner week in the history of the theatre. A great bill has been secured for the first half of this week, commencing with today's matinee at 3:30 p. m. Three double team acts make up the vaudeville program, and all come with the best possible advance no tiCGS Marion and Finley, in their original novelty comedy sketch, "Trying to Make Good," have an act that is a decided novelty, and one that has been getting the big money on the large eastern circuits. Vann and Hoffman«"The Dutchman and the Other Guy," have an act full of good comedy and dancing. and guarantee a laugh a minute. Ned and Marjie Tyrrell, in a new act, have been re-engaged by request from a very large number of the Grand's patrons. Mr. Temple has seen Ned and Marjie's new act, and wishes to assure his patron's that it is better if anything, than the one they presented last week. Miss Gradi, the popular illustrated song singer, will have a new song which is sure to please, and there will be the usual motion picture pro gram of the Grand quality. GEM I Always just a little better, is the rule at the family theatre now. Playing every night to crowded houses, the management is giving more and more for the money. Today the Fishers will head the bill in a spectacular novelty act, entitled •'The Frog and the Alligator," using their own scenic and electric effects. Eddie Trainor, comedian, and Lou is Provost, the novelty dancer, will complete a three act vaudeville bill that is hard to beat. In the excellent picture program, the subject, "Hunting Polar Bear," will keep the audience chilled on a night. The other subjects, "The Little Vixen," a comedy, and "The Passing Shadow," a drama, are all recent productions. In addition to this big bill Loch ner's orchestra will play the music for which they are famous. With all new acts, new people, new pictures and Lochner's orchestra, it is expected to break all records for attendance today. Matinee at 3::'0 this afternoon. Go See Busch for Shoes EATS UP PROFITS. Lice soon eat up your profits. Kill this pest with Conkey's Lice Powder, Lice Liquid and Head Lice Ointment. Ask for Conkey's Poultry Book. By mail 4c. Lenhart Drug Co. nCrcury'm Accident. "What's the matter with your office boy?" "He hurt himself while running when I sent him on an errand the other day." "Come off! You don't mean to say"— "I do. He never did the errand, but he found out why a horse had fallen down in the street."—Cleveland Leader. 9 oo DROPS ALCOHOL 3 PEK CENT. AVfcgetable PreparalionforAs similalingtheFbodaodRegula ting(lie Stomachs audBowelsof INFANTS /CHILDREN Promotes DigestionJCheerful nessandltest.CoiUain$ncilta Opium-Morphine norMineral. N O NARCOTIC. £tty# of OMfc£M'ELPnwm Rstfkin Sttd" JUSrana* JkMtMi- I JnatSml* I HirmStfd ggrifkd Sugnr 1 Aperfect Remedy forConstipa tion Sour Stoinaeh.DlarrnK: Wormsfonvuls'ions.Fevcnsh nessandLQSS OF SLEEP. FacSirale Signature of N E W O Atb months old aranteed, undertfe 1 Exact Copy of Wrapper. BASEBALL GAME FOR DECORATION DAY GAME WILL BE CALLED AT FOUR O'CLOCK NOT TO CONFLICT WITH EXERCISES. Tin Soldiers and the Real Article to Battle for Honors On the Baseball Field Monday Afternoon. The team from Fort Lincoln and the Company A team of the N. D. N. G., will have their first game of the season Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The team from the fort is said to be a Rood one and they have the reputation of having cleaned up all comers while they were stationed at the Philippines. Company A has been strengthened for the fray, and it is expected that there will be a ||o O If you can't 2 come Seven CASTORIA For Infants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA (NUT, »o«« lively contest. The hour has been set for 4 o'clock so that the game will not conflict with the other exercises that have been ar ranged for the proper observance of Memorial day. FOR RENT. Building and business bakery, res taurant and fixtures. Homan's Cafe, located on Fourth street between Main and Broadway, and doing an excellent business. Reasons for sell ing will be given In person. John Homan, Bismarck, N. D. Hairdressing Shampooing,Hairdressing Manicuring and Electric Massaging MISSHERMINJUELL Phone 234 TRIBUNE BUILDING 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. ID0BCELS0INIS GOPHER POISON IT DOES E WORK It is unnecessary to have the unsightly gopher hills on your lawns or fields, and the grass or crops destroyed when Mick elsons Gopher Poison will ex terminate them easily and sure ly. It is easy to use. In two sizes small 75c large $1.25. LENHARTS DRUG STORE Telephone No. 9