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w:t Ten Ni.rth ]iu!i!k' For State Treasurer 1 Pledged to the Progressive Roosevelt Policies. Republican National Platform. Taft's Administration. For Member of Legislative Assembly 1 hereby announce myself a republican can didate for member of the legislative assembly from Burleigh county, and will appreciate the support of the electors of the county for that position at the primaries to be held lunc i!P, lyiii. Political Announcements PORTER J. McCUMBER i.iiii'.l.l.ili In succeed hiniM-If for the ,- I'nitfil States senator from l:i!i.|ii ind —olicila the votes of re us it liie luiu primaries. C.rafton, .May la, 1910. oinliilatc on the Republican ticket niYirc of State Treasurer at the pri- tin :..i:y election In be held June 29th, 1910, Hid rtspcclfully solicit the endorsement of ny cam'idncy lor this office liy the repub icans of the suite. Respccfully, (SUNDER OLSON. For Secretary of State I am a republican candidate fior Secre tary of State. 11 elected I shall move with my family to liismarck, and endeavor to perform well the duties of the office. W. M. HOUSE. FOR CONGRESS Alfred Blaisdell E. A. WILLIAMS. For Attorney General. I herewith announce myself a candidate or. the republican ticket for reelection to the otfice of Attornev General of the State of North Dakota. If re-elected the present po'icy of the office will be continued. ANDREW MILLER. For Judge of Supreme Court. I hereby announce myself as a candidate :or nomination for judge of the supreme court of the state of North Dakota, at the coming primary election in lune. Minot. N. 1)., March 1, 1910. E. B. GOSS. COOLEY. For Judge of Supreme Court. I hereby announce my candidacy for nom ination for the office of judge of the su I rime court at the June primaries. Kcspcctfullv, fOHN l'LITTIE. W'iiiiston, N. !.. .May IS, 1910. For Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor At the persistent request of those who are interested in the welfare an.l develop ment of North Dakota, I JKIVC consented to Income a candidate for Commissioner of As riculture and Labor. If elected I shall strive to increase the population of the state, labor to present its many opportunities to the people of other states, and will con tinue to "ive mv undivided attention to the duties of the office. \V. C. C.ILT5REATIT. L. J9 Jian I? si. For Representative. Co.n.'cssinan HON. W. E. PURCELL United States Senator from North Dakota, and a Candidate on the Democratic Ticket to Succeed Himself. L. B. Hanna, republican can- didate before the people at the primaries to be held June 2Uth next, for nomination to the position he now holds as representative in congress from the state of North Dakota. For State's Attorney To the Republican Voters of Burleigh County: 1 am a candidate before the coming pri maries for nomination on the republican ticket for the office of State's Attorney. To those who have not had an opportunity to learn of my (nullifications for the office, I wish to say that I held this position for six years in Monona county. Iowa (from 1S99 to l'.'O.M and know something of the respon sibilities of the place and also of the kind of ••c.'vicc I would be able to rive the people of this county in this office, an office the cot.durt of which concerns the general wel fare to a far greater extent than many real ize. With a full knowledge of these things I feel that I am entirely fair, both with you and myself, when I ask for your support lune :?'Jth. W. L. SMITH. R. N. STEVENS. candidate for re-election I am CHARLES M. COOLEY. For State Auditor. I am a candidate on the republican ticket fur the office of state auditor at the primary election to he held June -'9th, 1910, and re -.pectfully ask the support of my candidacy by the rpublicans of the state. office of State's Attorney of Burleigh county. During the past year and a half as State Attorney, I have successfully prosecuted to convictions in the district court, 50 cases. Kifibt persons have been sentenced to the penitentiary. Ten have received jail sentences. Six have been sent to the Reform school. Twenty-two have paid fines. There have hxen three acquittals. 52.403.0(1 have been paid into the county for fines and costs, $1.(100.00 of which went into the* common school fund. If this record is satisfactory to you I re spectfully solicit your support at the pri maries to be liolden on the 29th dav of Tune. R. N. STEVENS. GEO. W. WILSON ("••". \V. Wilson, who has enti re 1 the race I for the governorship of North :::kota, meeting wit:i splendid encouragement in his campaign. He i-. a re] uMiean. lut has not been entangled with either of the factions. His recor:! in the past i- oiu of honesty and square dealing and an assurance that if he is elected he will conduit the office for the common good of all the people of the state.— Schafer Record. P. D. NORTON For Secretary Q'.: State. 1 wish to announce myself as a republican candidate for nomination for secretary of state at the primaries on June 29, 1U10. I am an admirer and advocate of the funda mental republican party principles of govern ment exemplified by Theodore Roosevelt while president. North Dakota has been my home since If S3. I am much interested in the reputation and political welfare of the state. If nominated and elected to the office of secretary of state, it shall be my highest endeavor to, in the largest sense, be an hon est official and servant of all the people of our state. Respect fully, 1'. 1). NORTON, Hettinger, N. D. For State Auditor. hetehy announce myself a republican tndidate "for reelection as 'state auditor of •"•orth Dakota. I shall continue to reside at Bismarck and rive the affairs of the office my personal at tention, as 1 have during the present admin «tra!:en n. K. BU1GHTBILL. DISTRICT. For Congress. I announce myself a candidate for the re publican nomination for congress before the primaries in June. I will give out my plat form later. I am a resident of the western part of the state, and believe that all parts -f tfc» state should be represented. If elected I will do everything in my power to represent the state creditably and fairly in congress. T. R. MOCKLER. For Commissioner of Insurance. I hereby announce my candidacy for the nomination as commissioner of "insurance on the republican ticket, and respectfully solicit the support of the voters at the primaries in June. Mott, Hettinger county, N. D., May 11, 1910. GEORGE II. STONE. For Representative. I hereby annouce myself as a candidate for member of the house of representatives from the Twenty-seventh legislative district, subject to the decision of the republican electors. If elected, I shall endeavor to represent mv constituency. H. P. KNAPPEN. For Representative I hereby announce that I am andidate for the House of Representative.^ for the 27th Legislative District, subject to the will of the voters of Buflcigh county at the June primaries. If I am nominated and elected, it will be my earnest purpose to serve faithfully the interests of my constit uents. FRANK J. FOX. For Representative. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for member of the house of representatives from the 27th legislative district (Burleigh county). Your support and vote at the primaries is respectfully solicited. GEORGE STEiPHENSON. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE COUNTY. For Sheriff. I herewith announce myself a candidate on •be republican ticket for election to the office if sheriff of Burleigh county, subject to the lcision rendered at the primary election to 'xr held in Tunc. TOHN .'. FRENCH. For County Judge. I hereby announce myself a candidate fo: county judge, subject to the republican vot ers at the June primaries. nowARD A. THOMAS. Announcement. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for reelection to the office of county treas irer, subject to the decision of the repub ican voters at the primary election to be ie!d in June. If elected, I will, as a servant of the leople, attend to the duties of my office •aithfully, impartially and to the best inter sts of the taxpayers of Burleigh county. Respectfully yours, CARL R. KOSITZKY. For County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself as a candidate •n the republican ticket for the office of •ounty commissioner in the Third district, "tbject to the republican voters at the general irimary election to be held in June. I am a resident of CanSeld. a farmer and «lso a taxpayer. If elected to the office, I will, to the best of my ability, look after the interests of the county, faithfully, impartial a.ad in compliance with the laws of our ttate. L. H. ONG. Canfield. N. D.. February 11, 1910. For Sheriff. I hereby announce myself as a candidate :or the office of sheriff of Burleigh county, jn 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. I hereby announce my candidacy on the re •ublican ticket for the office of county judge Burleigh county, N. D., subject to the ap mval of the republican voters at the general ••rimary election to be held in June, 1910. 1 have been a resident of the county for •hirtv years and know the needs of the coun fv, and I faithfully promise that if elected will fulfill the duties of the office impartially .nd will transact the duties of the office ir manner to benefit the public at large as ..el! as the tax pavers of the county. WILBERT FIELD. For County Judge. 1 am a candidate for the republican nom ination as countv judge at the primary elec tion. I respectfully solicit the support of republican voters. M. T. McKENZ'.E. For County Auditor. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate on .ae republican ticket for election to the of ice of County Auditor. If elected 1 will, to the best of my ability, crve the people, by an honest and just ad ninistration, and to* the best interests of the ,ayers of Burleiph county. Respectfully yours, T. E. FLAHERTY. County Auditor. I announce myself a candidate for the office County Auditor on the republican ticket. If elected I shall administer my official mties faithfully and to the best interests of •fce taxpayers of Burleigr county. J. P. BARTEL. County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate on the republican ticket for nomination for the office of county commissioner for the Sec ond commissioner district of Burleigh coun ty, subject to the decision of the voters at the primary election to be held next June. LYNN W. SPERRY. 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 voters at the primary election to be held next June. CHAS. J. PETERSON. (Better known as Coal Mine Peterson.) For Clerk of Court. I hereby announce myself as a candidate, on the republican ticket, for the office of Clerk of Court, at the primary election to be held June 29. CHAS. FISHER. Far County Auditor. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for reelection for the office of County Audi tor, on the republican ticket. I. W. HEALY. For County Judge. I hereby announce myself a candidate on ue republican ticket for election to the of ire of County Jud"e of Burleigh county, subject to the primary election to be held in Tune. If elected I will conscientiously discharge the duties of the office. Respectfully submitted to the decision o» 0 (5. I. KEENAN, Bismarck, N. D. For County Superintendent of Schools I herein- announce my candidacy for elec tion to the office of county superintendent of schools, subject to the decision of the republican voters a 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. Announcement. Bismarck, N. D., March 24, 1910. I hereby announce myself as candidate for the office of Clerk of Court of Burleigh county on the Republican ticket at the pri mary election to be held June 29, 1910. 1 have lived in Bismarck thirty years and have never held a public office of any kind. THOMAS P. O'CftNNOR. For County Commissioner. I announce myself a candidate on the re publican ticket for nomination for County Commissioner in the First district. This ii not at the request of any faction of the party, hut 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. L. E. HEATON, McKeniie. N. D. For Coroner. I hereby announce myself_ a candidate toi coroner on the republican ticket, subject to the decision of the voters at the June pri maries. If elected I will serve as I have in the past. E. G. FIELD. For Register of Deeds. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Register of Deeds on the republican (icket at the primary election to be held in June, 1010. JOHN F. FORT. For County-Treasurer. I am a candidate for the republican nom ination as county, treasurer at the primaries. I respectfully solicit the support of the re publican voters. H. L. READE. For County Commissioner. I hereby announce myself a candidate on (be republican ticket, subject to the voters it the primary election, for commissioner in the Second district. I have been a farmer Sibley township for nine years, and if •tected I will serve the people of Burleigh -iMinty to the best of my ability. CHAS. G. PORTER. For Commissioner I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the office of County Commis sioner for the First Commissioner District at the June primaries. EDWD. G. PATTERSON. +*.~*»*«iii.mv:,mvac&$M< Enderlin Headlight: The name of W. M. House of Wyndmere tor secre tary of state seems to be a popular one with the newspaper boys of the They're Arways Homely. Hardly any man ever envies a biga mist after seeing the bigamist's wives. (American Press Service.) London, June 16—Special.—A New York girl sto divide honors in ruling India. For the second time in its his tory the splendors of the courts of India will be graced by a native of the United States. King George V's cabi net has decided to appoint Hon. Lewis Harcourt as viceroy of India, to suc ceed Lord Minto. it is said. Miss Mary Ethel Burns, daughter of the late W. H. Burns of New York, is the wife of Harcourt. Lord Curzon of Kedles tou, who married Miss Mary Leiter of Chicago, was the viceroy of India be- FOR ONGRE3S. I am a candidate on the republican ticket for the office of representa tive in congress from the state of N orth Dakota. BARDI G. SKULASON, Favorable Press Notices for House Bottineau News: W. M. House of,press. Being a pioneer resident of Wyndmere, near Wahpeton, is a can-1 the state, a practical farmer, a civil didate for secretary of state. He is I war veteran, and a popular as well an old soldier and one of the early settlers of this state. He is also a successful farmer and his friends feel that his name would add strength to the republican ticket. He promises if elected to move his family to Bis marck to live.—Advt. state, judging by the columns of the Litchville Bulletin.—Advt. Grand Forks, N. D. as able man, he looms up as a strong candidate for the high office to which he aspires.—Advt. The announcement of the candi dacy of W. M. House of Wyndmere for secretary of state has brought forth many and flattering press notices. It appears that House is an old soldier, a pioneer farmer and a good all-round well-educated man, who could fill the office creditably.— Try Tribun Want Columns. AnotherjjAmerican Girl to Be First Lady of India fore Lord Minto. Lord Minto is ex pected to be succeeded by Harcourt within the next month. Minto has grown tired of th« post owing to the many dangers that surround it. Several times within the last year attempts in^tsiirowiw:!w»w«Kiitw™««««'ja Friday, June 17, 1910. FAMOUS FISH EATERS. The Love of Sea Food Was a Mania In the Time of Lucullus. Many famous persons both In mod ern and ancient times have been known as devoted tish eaters. Gatis, queen of Syria, was so fond of "fish that she drd'ered all caught within the limit of her kingdom to be brought to her in order that she might be con tinually supplied with the choicest quality. Philoxeues of Cytheria, on learning from his physician that he must die of indigestion from haying eaten excessively of a delicious Ash, said. "Be it so. but before I go allow me to finish what remains." Athens was a city of fish eaters, and its cooks were famous for their knowl edge of cooking fish. The wise writ ers of the day spent much time in re cording recipes for preserving fish in salt, oil or herbs. There was a law in the city thiit forbade a fishmonger to sit down until he had disposed of all his stock ou the ground that a stand ing position made him more submissive and inclined to sell at a reasonable price. The Romans inherited from the Greeks their love for fish. Kome's sol diers were fed on fish, her generals ate fish, her senators were epicures in fish, and Iter emperors recognized no dish more desirable than fish. Lucullus caused a canal to be cut through a mountain near Naples to bring up the sea aud its fishes to the center of the gardens of his sumptuous villa. The love of fish in those days was a mania. The red mullet was prized be yond all food. A sauce called garum, made from the entrails and blood ofy mackerel and other fishes, brought high prices, and great prizes were of fered the man who could make a sim ilar sauce out of the liver of the red mullet. In more modern times kings have been known for their liking of fish. In the reign of Edward II. in England sturgeon could be served only* on the king's table. In France fishmongers were licensed by the king. Louis XII. was so fond of fish he appointed six fishmongers to supply his table. Fran cis 1. had twenty-two and Henry the Great twenty-four. L'nder the reign of Louis XIV. fish eating became as popular at the French court as it had ever been in Rome. A story is told that when fish failed to arrive from the seacoast in time for a grand dinner being given by the Prince of Conde to the king the prince's chef, an illustrious purveyor of fish, was so chagrined he ran to his chamber, took his sword and pierced his heart—Boston Globe. Friendship. False friendship, like the ivy, decays ami ruins the walls it embraces', but true friendship ftfves new life and ani mation to the object It supports. have been made on his life by Indian nationalists. Harcourt is a millionaire and has proved one of the ablest mem bers of parliament and of the English cabinet, now holding the post of first I commander of works.