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Watch Repairing A man will oil wheelbarrow ln rttllDt OI|IH^Itll» ui"l ai I lilt.: tkllllW llltt W 1 0 ?,, ii ii ii lieiliUMt II lift .nniiilly [leifnriilb Ma ilitly 1u Ilea, even ill llu i:«al »l Ha loioine l.i-i »a overhaul and oil yuur wiiic li "H I in Ire" are iuii!.-rtilt-., our workmen »t»a hi.-. Knowles & Haney's Jewelers and Opticians BISMARCK, N. DAK. CASS CO. REPUBLICANS EFFECT ORGANIZATION The mealing "t lh« I'UWH County It*' liuliliiiiii Central committee wua held in lie Km tin t'oinmeioiul club rooms vvediutuduy afternoon. Nearly every |.itn iiu in ilie muulY w«d rewreaeut il 'Hie mauling NVIIB oretiided over •y i\ It. Meredith, who for the i»uat I wo yeara ima been ihalimtut of Ihe committee. I'lio meeting was perfectly hur niouloutt tu every respect, not a jai ling lucldeiil occurring tit the aeaalou. Heveral ahorl addresses wore made when the aunuul eleotlou of officers look place, which reaulteil ua follow a: Chairman- It. H. Lew la. Secretary \V. U. Stiuiu. Treasurer—W, A. Haldwlu. Members Htate Central Committee— Ninth district, W. Buhruth, b'argo 't'euth district, J. Callahan, Caasel (on ICleveuth district, S. t. More, Buffalo. Home Life in Kansas. When a wiunau appears in the tack yard with the bed »Ut* and pours boiling water over them, that la proof that she la au eatoiuolgist.—Atchison dlobe. Presumably. "A scientist announces that wash ing paper u*un*y wtU make It last twice *a loo*" "A au can't spend It until tt drwa, eh.'" $ •$ 4 Partial Price List Showing Cost of Failing to Read or to Use Tribun« Want Ada' Overlooking Want Ad. salary y^r "The rt£fct differeuce IU vitfek $. peteuce Help $5 Ocuituug to advertise tor a com petent Clerk- coat per week of buugtmg aud iucwm- rift railing to ADVERTISE a plot of ground, thus £ailiag to and the •logical buyer'. $99 Omitting to advertise that £ur» Dialled room coat per week Keeping a careless servant china., glass and bric-a-brac O destroyed, per week T*• Rely fcjg on a placard, iastead of a want ad., to rent that house or apartment, $ per week Missing a "For Sale-' ad.,' and buying the sajne article I later—difference in price Hundreds of afcailar penalties are i» stock, ali of tfcem aa cost ly as they axe needtees. you. are careieaa of your interests you wiii patronize this place whether you want to or not. 1 iMIlMsTT 1 I ••••••••••••••l*SaJ22 5 Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder Is Sold at a Moderate Price Not Mini*' i-y Trust COLORADO I HAS A RECORD I leaver, 'l., AUK I" According Mmiliii It i'i,iin-H, iiHriiHiitiii Biicretary or ilie Hiiiio board "f rliuililt-H unci iturreelhtiia, who Imw J"*1' relumed from mi inn|oi lion of I lie city Jail or Kliloru, Col., tlinl town holds I ho i,innl for luwiilildl.iK communities. In three yearn uol single arresl luia been made, uucl Ihe tloor of Ihe jail lina blood wldti open. Ifildora baa a |iO|Mlllilloil of iilioul filMI iieiaona. DRUGGISTS SELECT OFFICERS FOR 1911 l., AUK. 1" The follow were elected at the alute or dniKKlata today: li'argo, N lug officers convention President li'lral Vice-president low, Caaaelton. A. It. Hell, Devils Lake. II. It. Btreh- Heeond Vice-president— urdaon, Valley City. Secretary-Treasurer VV. I.lnlioll. V. 8. HIK-date H. Parker. Local Beorotary- -llobert tiraiid Porks. Place of meeting, 1H11 Porks. McUrath, tlrand Time of meeting H'lrat Tuesday July. 11)11. Hurl Kinney waa recommended to the governor aa a member of Ihe atate board of pharmacists. of Try Tribune Want Columns. Origin of Commerce. Commerce Ihe International truffle In goods as distinct from douieattc traf fic was undoubtedly originated »y ths wonderful little people known ill his tory aa the Phoenicians, 'Pbe "Yan kees of aiitluulty," the Phoenicians, traded with various peoplea long tie fore the other uattous had crossed their respective frontiers. All along the ahcrea of the Mediterranean aud up ttte coast of the Atlantic aa far north as the British lalea their ships were to he found, leaving their manu factures aud wonderful dyes and bring ing back to T.vve tiu, wool aud such other article* as paid them to deal In. Creatlug the merchant marine so long ago that history gives us no accouut of it, the PUoeuiciaus aud their colo nists, the Carthagiutaua. held it uutll It passed on to Greece aud Home and later along to the republics of modern Italy.—Mew York American. A Japan*** Custom. On the anniversary of a Japanese lKy's birthday bis pareuts present biui with a huge paper Ban. made of a gay ly painted ba.^. with a hoop of propel dimeusions forming the mouth. A string is tied to the hoop, aud the DSlJ is hoisted to a pole on the roof oi toe house. t'beu the wind rushing through causes the ash to swell out to the proper size and shape aud gives ll the appearance of swimming in the air. A Japanese boy carefully pre serves every tish thus given to him. One eau tell by the number of them that swim from the same pole how, K. .Ke mauv birthdays th little fellow has had Caus* For Rejoicing. "Here." said the disgruntled actor, "1 don't want this part. If 1 play it I'U have to die in the first act" "Well." replied the manager, "what are you kicking about? You die a natural death, don't you? If you got chance to come on in the second act you'd get killed." Chicago Record Berald. Li Sammy Robinson—Yea, mam once lor a whole year 1 turned me back os HkJkec. Kind Lady-Ah, my neMe maa, what were you doing at the time? Kuaasy ttasHjswa ftiiht PINCHOT AND GARFIELD AT OYSTER BAY NOTHING COULD BE FOUND OUT REGARDING 8UBJECT8 OF CONVERSATION. WILL NOT DISCUSS POLOTICS PINCHOT DENIES HE WENT WE8T AT BEHEST OF EX-PRESIDENT R008EVELT. Says Interest in Western Situation Is Growing—Smiles when Asked What he Thinks of Taft Policies—Roose velt Still Remains Mum on Political Situation. in Lin-J I Oyht.r Hay, AUK. 10. Tlico. Hooao vilt held a conference tonight with Jumes It. (iurtleld and (llfford Plachot regiirded UH two of Ihe moat ardent of Insurgents. The two men came to Oyster Hay from New York on the afternoon train. Hot It protested that I boy would not and could not talk about Ihe pluns or the significance of I heir visit lo Colonel Roosevelt. In response lo Inquiries, Mr. Garfield kept on MiulliiiK and mild nothing. Mr. Plnohol Bald: "Colonel KooBevelt ln elBtod that Mr. «Iurtleld and myself visit him, and that'a all there 1B to 11." When naked about hla California trip, he said 1 thai he made speeches lu behalf of lllniin Johnson, a candi for the republican nomination for governor, and for Willium Kent, a can didate for Ihe republican nomination for cougresB from the Sacramento dis trict. "1 delivered eight apeechea, which la four more than I Intended lo make," he auld. Mr. l'lnchot was told that since his departure front New York, Col. Roose velt bad received many Inquiries from California aa to whether the ex-for ester had gone there us his repre sentative to support Johnson and Kent. He replied that he had never had any such Idea, had given no such Impression, and that he had gone to California entirely on hla own respon sibility. •How did I find the sentiment In the weat In regard to the Roosevelt policies? Very enthusiastic," said the ex-forester, with emphasis. "And what do they think of the Tuft administration? What do you think of the weather?" waa his reply. It waa raining hard just then. Col. Roosevelt also refused to be interviewed on politics after his guests hud arrived. Marathon of Progress. Two years ago the Hudson river waa crossed at New York by ferries, and now the tunnels are carrying at the rate of 60,000,000 passengers year ly. New York Tribune. The Jeke as Persia Sees It. The "Man of Jam" was the Joe MfV lsr of Persia, according to Charles Johnston In Harper's Weekly. "For some reason or other the 'Man of Jam' seems to have hud a deep detestation of schoolteachers." says this author. "A teacher whose son had fallen 111 au was at the polut of death bade them send for the washer of corpses to wash his sou. 'Hut,' they objected, 'he is not dead yet!' "Never mind,' •aid the teacher "be will be dead by the time they have finished washing him.' A Seotoh Anti-golf Law. ScoUaml as everybody knows, Is the latud where golf originated aud the! laud where it most flourishes. Hut if the law were strictly enforced north of the Tweed it would go hard with the players oJt the royal game tu "bon uie Scotland Coif players ther* may not kMow It, tmt they are liable to a sentence of death for their iudulgeuce In their favorite st'ort. Technically I ibJi* is literally a fact. In ancient tluiea, wbeu Scvtlaud always had work for her soldiers to do. all young men! ***. tbeu," quickly retorted HahluL were required to perfect themselves in thou art of myj.ubjecta." (UX'berv. They preferred to plaji golf, and so serious a rival did the game be-' To Bahlul a certain vizier said: "lle Joice at these good tidings. The prince of the faithful has made thee ruler over apes aud swine.' A voaietbat it was for a time suppressed Wfcsn vlsita are exchauged by the and made a capital ofHeus*. That curi- ftieuds of the Hindoo bride aud groom OUs law uever baa been repealed aud may still be fomjd on the statute book. There seems to bettorecord, however, vr the law ever Bavmg beeu euSvrved met? turet Take mv or- Hindoo Superstition. to complete arrangements for the wed ding great attention is paid to oiueua, which are considered especially potent theu. For iustauce. if the groom's messengers should meet a cat, a fox or a serpent they turn back aud seek a more propitious time for the errand After the bride's father has received the offer he must delay replying uutil one of the ubiviuiteua lizards in bis house had chirped. Sharing Ml* Bed. A Grub street friend of Dr. John son's was Derrick, of whom he wrote. **I honor Derrick for bis strength oJJ miud." One night wheu Floyd, an other poor author, was wandering about the streets he found Derrick asleep upon a bulk. Cpon being sud denly awakened Derrick started up. "My dear Floyd," said he, "i am sorry N-I... *£Z~, K„* to see you ttus destitute state, BIflMAEOK DAILY TRIBUNE Will w.»i v.-* h.,..». »»... r,\ t.ulM youi go borne with me to my lodgings'/" I And they turned in on the bulk to gether like the good fellows they were. A Crewel A seared ••Can't we have our marriage cele brated quietly, dear duke?" "You mean wizoat gr-r-reat crowd?'* "Yea." afr-r-rsid net My creditors ara qaite sure to And us eat, and every on* wael be «aw!"-Clereland Plain Dealer. TWHithsr "Toe courts ha*n •nan has no right t» a* sand's mall.'' -My wife rsfscssd that at tfeata w* She looked at him archly. "Don't you dare to kiss me!" she tit tered. "Gee," he cried, "1 don't Intend to: What put that In your head?" Germany's Next Emperor Plans Official Tour of the World Soon Berlin, Aug. lo. -Crown Prince Fred erick William is to soon start on an official tour of the world, going first to India, China and Japan, as the per-coast sonal representative of IIIH father, Emperor William. Arrangements have been made for Hie reception of the heir to Germany's throno In India through the Hrltlah foreign oillce. The ^lffSrss*\ts^*rrrrrrrrrrr^''^^*^^^^^**^*****'^^*^r^^'^'^^^*^*^***^*^*^'' KAUFMAN-LANGFORD FIGHT POSTPONED liy Associated Press. Philadelphia, Pa.. Aug. 10— With Al Kaufman of California and Sam Lang ford, the negro heavyweight from Doston, in the city ready to do battle, the six-round bout between the menhereafter. scheduled for tonight at the grounds of the Philadelphia National league baseball park, bus been postponed. Weather permitting, the men will meet tomorrow night. Kaufman .ar rived in Philadelphia today and seems confident of victory. Delaney, his manager, was equally contldeut. Try Tribun Want Columns. A DOMESTIC TRAGEDY. She Tried to Fascinate Hubby and Waa Rudely Shocked. She bad beeu reading that a titled Englishwoman advises married wo men to dirt with their husbauds. As she finished the article her husbaud came home to dittuer. She ran to meet him. "A little lute tonight, duckydooze lum," she said, with a dimpling smile. "What's thatV" he growled. She half closed her eyes and coyly surveyed hltn through the drooping lashes. "Don't you want to sit here by ut» on the sofa she cooed. "No, 1 don't. Why, you told me only yesterday that the springs were getting weak. Aren't you feeling well?" She laughed softly aud shot him a side glance and drew lu her cheeks and flashed her white teeth and per ceptibly winked. He drew back suddenly. ^What's the matter with you?" he demanded. "Who are you Imitating? a -vou ,,,, a a a She picked up the paper she had been reading and fluug it Into the dec orated wastebasket. "There's nothing the matter with me," she coldly replied. "Just mugging for fun, eh? Glad of that. Stlmson was telliug me today about a lot of trouble his wife is hav ing with her facial nerves, aud 1 was afraid you'd caught it. Ain't that con fouuded dinner ready ^''-Cleveland Plaiu Dealer. THE DIVER'S DRESS. Fa* Ivelution of the Devices Deed Submarine Work. Among pioueer inventors to whom the diving dress tu its preseut perfect ed form owes so much was William Uauuis Taylor. The previous hit or miss attempts were superseded by the Taylor pateut oJf June ao, 1838, lu which the essential feature was the valve allowing the emission of con sumed air without an Influx of water. Previous tv this time there had beea the diving cheats and the diving bell, *t which the latter, introduced by Smeaton lu 1778, was the saieat and most practical device for submarine exploration. The diving hell has been developed alongside of the diving dress and is still in use. The geuerai appearance of Taylor's diving armor waa ttke that of a knight's suit of malL except for a prominent bulge in the body piece. A large pipe coming down from the sar fece and penetrating the body piece at the hulge supplied the fresh sir, while a short pipe entered the body piece on the other aide and was provided with a valve which carried off the exhaasL Although diving armor has now reach ed its perfected state, this valve has •ever beam materially complete program for the royal trip has not been' made up, but it is prac tically settled that Prince William will enter the United States from a Pacific port and visit all Important parts of the nation. Crown Prince Cecllie will not accompany him, it is now said. The mode of travel, whether it be by war vessel or regular passenger steamer, has not been announced. A DIG VICTORY FOR VELVET CHAFF Fargo Forum: A dispatch from Min neapolis today states that the Min neapolis board of grain appeals vot ed to make velvet chaff contract at 3% cents difference from hard wheat Prof. K. E. Ladd has been making a tight to have velvet chaff wheat put on a higher plane In the markets for some time. He claims that there is not near the difference in the values of the velvet chaff and fife or blue stem as is indicated by the Scent split which has heretofore been made by the buyers. He was greatly elated at the news. "This is a decided victory for velvet wheat." said Professor Ladd, this af ternoon. "The present difference is between 7 and 8 cents, and I cannot see how they could make any greater difference than 3Vs cents. This new rate Is as great a difference as should be permitted. We are making an In vestigation of velvet wheat in our kitchen and bakery." The dispatch from Minneapolis adds: The board of appeals had a test of velvet chaff wheat in flour making. The quality tests within 1 per cent of No. 2 northern. Clothes. Clothes plus make the Johnny Clothes minus make the Salome dan cer. Clothes multiplied make the woman of fashion. Clothes divided make the new woman.—Puck Mice That Subsist on Scorpiens Among the queer forms of animal Mfe that Inhabit Death valley is si mouse that has acquired such a tasta for scorpions that they form its en tire bill of fare. The scorpion carried its formidable armament in the end of Its slender, elongated abdomen in the shape of an exceedingly venomous hooked sting. Wheu disturbed It ele vates this in the air and goes in search of its disturber. But it Is compara tively slow in its motions, while mice are proverbial for their quickness the world over. The mouse learned many generatious ago where the scorpion carries Its weapon, and when he meets It he leaps at the uplifted abdomen, takes off the sting at a single bite and proceeds to make a meal of his help less prey. It is supposed to be the only animal that relishes scorpions. A Point of Informatien. "Gentlemen of the jury." said the judge, "if the evidence shows in your minds that pneumonia was the causa of the man's death the prisoner can not be convicted." An hour later a messenger cama from the jury room. "The gentlemen of the jury, ray lord," he said, "desire information." "On what point of evidenceF "None, my lord. They want to know how to spell 'pneumonia.'"—Londos Answers. Savta* aba Unlea, TJatil wa had a national gaaaa It was ijaVy. according to Ellin Parker Butler la Success Magazine, to speak af the loose group of states as a nation. The people had too much time In which to talk politics, and whenever they talked politics they became angered, whenever they were angered they wanted to secede or knock spots off each other. There was no one great anifymg spirit. There was too much "Maryland, My Maryland,* and "Yan kee Doodle* and not any "Casey at the Bat" AU the animus that is new di rected at the ampire class was allow ed to foment Into sectional feeling. A ataa from Baltimore and a man from Beaton could not meet and talk ht carves they had to talk staves, la agine the benighted state af society! It to wonder that the aatll bassball areas km I atranattfeanOeefnaea a troJSf Outgrowing His High Chair. A child who has outgrown his high chair, but for whom the ordinary chair is still too low, is now using one of the dining room chairs with small rubber bumpers screwed to the legs. These raise the chair just enough. The rub ber bumpers are found among the small things of house furnishing de partments. IS Thursday, August 11, MM. C. B. LITTLE, PEES. F. D. KENDBICK, V. PEES. J. L. BELL, V. PBE8. F. E. SHEPABD, CASHIEB U. S. E O S I O FIRST NATIONAL BANK BISMARCK N. D. Establishes Is liTS Capital and Surplus $150,000.00 Oenarnl annklnK~a»unlnenn a LOAN S A I O N A A N S S a or a IS ASSURED TH E MAN WHO HAS. MONE I N TH E MNK MARSHALL FIELD clerked in a store when he was a boy-, He put in the bank enough money out of his salary to start a small business of his own. Today his establishment is the finest in the world. His two grandsons will get 400 millions each when they are given their share of his estate. Make OUR bank YOUR bank, FIRST NATIONAL BANK And a Vacation Train, Maybe. "Gracious!" exclaimed Mrs. Good ley, "Just listen to that clergyman! I'm positive he's swearing. Evidently he's missed his vocation." "No," replied her husband. "I think It was his train."—The Catholic Standard and Times. Secure Possession. Talking of happiness, Lord Holland said it depended upon the natural dis position of the person. "There's Moore," he said, "you couldn't make him miserable, even by Inflicting a dukedom on him." Pyramid of Cheeps. Vast as modern skyscrapers are, not one has yet equaled the weight and masBiveness of the pile of grant stones which the swarming hasaaa ants of the Nile valley laborlonaly dragged together thousands of years age. until they bad built the Pyramid of Cheops. It would make a solid block of 500 feet square and S3t fast high. D. O W E N S Tribune Bldg., Bismarck. BISMARCK'S *#Don*t-Know-Yo\i• CLUB COMPOSED of the people in this city who have not been reached, or influenced by your advertising. Every person who moves into the city is a member of this club. Any member of this club is willing to drop out as soon as you GET HIM INTER ESTEO IN YOTJR STORE. The money you "save" by cutting your newspaper advertising IS THE AMOUNT YOU GIVE TO THE "DONT-KNOW-YOU CLUB and when, through your liberal patronage, the dub grows BIG ENOUGH You will go out of business Ti« Trieene Ready to Help You Abolish Ab seletelY the "ton't-KnowYou" Club! From Bad to Worse. First Bridge Player—"I conhtnt make up my mind what to wear. I've three hats, but they're all oat af style." Second Bridge Player—"I waa in a worse quandary. I have three hats.and they're all the latest thing." —Life. Learning and the Mind. Real Estate and Investments FARM LOANS IN MISSOURI SLOPE COUNTRY SOLICITED Learning is not to be tacked to the mind, but we must fuse and bland* them together, not merely giving tan mind a slight tincture, bnt a tliuinaa.il and perfect dye.—Montaigne.