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Friday, August 12, 1910.
^S^fiMSb Flint and Wolbert Will Go With Ex hibit to be Shown in Iowa—Close Last of September. Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor Gilbreath has completed ar rangements for the exhibits to be made by the state of North Dakota at the fairs to be held next month in Iowa. The first will be the state fair at Des Moines, August 26 to Septem ber 2. The Grinnell fair will be ex hibited on September 5 to 9, inclusive, and then the exhibit will be taken to the Marshall county fair at Marshall, and from there the Interstate Live Stock association show will be taken in at Sioux City from September 19 to 23, and the last place to be visited in the state will be Hampton, where the exhibit will be set up at the Franklin county fair September 27 to 30. The exhibit this year will be better than has been taken on any previous year and will be In charge of Deputy Com missioner O. W. Wolbert and State Dairy Commissioner Flint. The dates for the fairs to be visited in other states have not been com pleted as yet, but the information will be available In a very few days. $2.85 just now will purchase a nifty pair of summer low cuts. In tans, oxblooas or blacks. Others at $3.15 all fade by the famous "Ral ston Health Shoemakers." Last call to get fitted out in good footwear at a big saving. Look in our window, or better still, come in and let us show you. The "Clever Clothes Shop' Our Store is Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings Closed all Other Evenings. LIST OF IOWA FAIRS MANY FINE SAMPLES ARE TO BE VISITED! IN GRAIN EXHIBITS EXHIBITS HAVE BEEN PREPARED AND STATE WILL MAKE GOOD SHOW. SURPRISING SHOWING AFTER CROP FAILURE STORIES TOLD HERE Wheat, Oats, Flax, Corn and Rye Show Up in Quantity and Quality as Well as Last Year. If one is to judge by the exhibits to be shown at the state grain grow ing contest August 18, there is plenty of fine grain in the state. The sam ples that are being sent to the com missioner of agriculture for entry in the contest show up^as well if not better than any former year, and on account of the fact that everything is much earlier this year there is going to be a large number of entries. There were over a'dozen received yesterday, and every train will bring them in this .week. Prospective exhibitors should remember that the grain must be full length and in quantity equal to a half a bundle. The department pays all express charges and is anxious for a good sized display, as from these will be made up the exhibits that are being sent to the various state fairs in the east during the next two months. A Great Truth. To have suffered, nay, to suffer, sets a keen edge on what remains of the agreeable. This is a great truth, and has to be learned in the fire.—R. L. 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This is possible because of special arrangements we have with large wholesale nouses to place you in their offices and finish your training by doing actual office work. This invaluable training is not possible in any other school. A few months at the National Business College will place you far in advance of the ordinary theory crammed pupil not having the practical experience we give as specialists of commercial in structIon* Crookston, Minnesota, offers abundant opportunity to ambit ious students board and rooms are very reasonable many stu dents pay their way by working evenings. Other expenses are light, for instance, the college furnishes all stationery and text books—another feature of our school. The National Business Col lege will permit you to enroll now—pay later—terms to suit. For detailed information see F. B.- TYLER A N Hotel Until August a*tr» jjsti riijurrrrrtJiirrrrrnf ..«.»••••••••«•«•••••••»••••«•••••••• The state board of equalization will not meet again until tomorrow morn ing, as several of the members have been called from the city on various missions. During yesterday there were a number of classes of personal property gone over. The class under the head of gas engines got some pretty severe shaking up, Ramsey, Ransom and Grand Forks counties coming in for advances of 400 per cent and others all along down the line to as small an increase as 10 per cent. Hillings, Bottineau and Hettinger coun ties were reduced 45 per cent in this call of goods. On engines and boilers there were also some radical changes made, Williams county getting a boost of 400 per cent, Sheridan 300 per cent, Oliver 180 and Cavalier 160. There were other minor increases given to other counties, and there were no in stances where the amount reached by the county board was decreased. On goods and merchandise, as is WAS SHOT. STATE DRUGGISTS ARE AGAINSTPEBM1T LAWS THINK THERE ARE INJUSTICES WORKED TO DRUG MEN OF THE STATE.. Will Ask Legislature to Repeal the Law—Druggists Cannot Fill Orders Without Breaking Law. The North Dakota Pharmaceutical association at its convention in Fargo went on record as being opposed to the present permit laws of the state, which places the granting of a permit to sell intoxicating liquors in the hands of the district judges. The question came up during a dis cussion as to what legislation the as sociation would ask its legislative committee to look after at the com ing session of the state legislature next winter. It was stated that the present law is unjust and discriminat ing, in that it placed alcohol and other spirits which are used as medicines in a class by themselves. For instance, if a druggist receives a prescription which calls for alcohol as one of the ingredients he will be breaking the law if he used it, will in fact become a criminal and subject to a jail sentence, unless he has a per mit, and it was shown by some of the speakers that there were judges in the state who absolutely refused to grant a permit at all, under any cir cumstances. A resolution was offered by one of the members to the effect that the legislature be requested" to repeal the permit law and the discus sion was of considerable length, and at its close it was carried by a vote of 66 to 7. HAVE YOU BUSINESS TRAINING? The young man or woman who pos sesses a business education has every advantage over the "other fellow," who is not so fortunate. The demand for competent bookkeepers ana sten ographers, also typewriters, 1B much greater than the supply. Let us ex plain our device to you. NATIONAL, BUSINESS COLLEGE, Crookston, Minn, Grief May Produce Joy. Hope is energy, and energy is life. Life is happiness if richly used. We wound the bosom of the earth to pro duce fruits and flowers and heav?n sometimes farrows the heart with griefs to produce a rich crop of joys hereafter.—Maurice Hewlett. BISMAKCK EQUALIZATIONBOARDHAS STILL WORKING ON PERSONAL ROPERTY—PRESIDENT OF MINOT CITY COMMISSION APPEARS BEFORE BOARD AND ASKS THAT THEIR ASSESSMENT BE NOT CHANGED BY STATE BOARD. PAPER THIS MORNING IS EXAMPLE OF WHAT THE AMERICAN On the front page of the Tribune this morning is another example of the kind of service the paper is fur nishing its patrons. Several hours ahead of any other paper we have a real photograph of the scene of the shooting of the chief executive of New York city. The picture is re markable in that it shows the mayor as he is falling after being wounded by the bullet which may yet prove fatal. Seldom if ever in the history of newspaper making has a pictures of this kind been secured by a news service. The other pictures show the mayor and his family and the man who is directing the destinies of the largest city in the country during the enforced idleness of the real head of the city's affairs. In addition to the picture service, the Tribune has kept the public in formed of the condition of the mayor and has brought the news to Bismarck and the western part of the state several hours ahead of any other pa per published in the oiate or in the PRESS ASSOCIATION IS DOING FOR THE READERS OF THE BIS MARCK TRIBUNE—PICTURES SHOW MAYOR GAYNOR AS HE DAILY TRIBUNE usual, there were changes made in neany every county, but some of them were striking. Pembina was increased 50 per cent. Ransom 25 and others along down the line to as small a change as 10 per cent. Town and city lots exclusive of im provements and structures were the only schedules that had been left with out a change from that returned from the county assessment board. President LeSeuer and Commission er McGahan of Mlnot appeared before the board yesterday afternoon and asked that the assessment of their city be left as it had been returned. As the city assessment was made on a basis of 37 1-2 per cent of actual value and the county assessors used a 16 2-3 basis for their figures, it hardly seems probable that the board will be able to grant the request of the gentlemen, even though they did make an elo quent plea to be left as their asses sors and the county board of equaliza tion had made their returns. 00000000000000 0000000^00000000000000000000+*++0+0+*++++*-++++++++++*++*0 TRIBUNE'S UP-TO-DATE 1LLMATED SERVICE Twin Cities. This is one of the big gest news stories of the day, and the Associated Press, to which the Trib une is a subscriber, has made another record in the manner in which the news and human interest parts of the story has been covered. All other news Items of importance are cover ed by the Associated Press In the same thorough manner, and the read era of the Tribune can rest assured that whenever there is an event of more than local Importance being pulled off anywhere in the world, civ ilized or otherwise, the Tribune will be the first to bring them the news. The attempted assassination of Gay nor occurred Tuesday morning and pictures of the actual shooting, show ing everything but the smoke from the revolver (Gallagher might have used smokeless powder at that) is printed in the Tribune and delivered at the homes and business places of Bismarck before breakfast Friday morning. That is going some, isn't it? The Renalles, presenting their com edy playlet, "Anniversary Surprises," at the Grand tonight. Getting Wise. Another thing a married man learns Is the dodgasted perversity of pongee dresses which his wife has to have pressed every time she looks at a rainstorm.—St. Louis Star. Cayou'McLean Soo Hotel Building Largest Trade-Best Goods Phone 53 SPECIALS TODAY SUGAR PEARS 4 basket crate $2.40 WASHINGTON PEACH'S Per crate $1.00 CRAB APPLES Per box $1.15 RIPE TOMATOES Per peck 85c Phone Orders Sent C. 0. D. bidden his family farewell and was 000000000000000000000w00000000++*+**+0******+****+***+*+**************t~*"***""0"0^^ AEROPLANE VICTIM MAY NOT RECOVER By Associattd Press. Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 11.—All 0000+0000000000*000000+000+0+++*++++*+* ,OOW000000»00000++»0*0+00++*+++++++ Mayor Gaynor Planned to Take Vacation in Europe, Unaccompanied by His Family New York Aug. 11—Special.—When friends on the steamer. Until a few other members of the mayor's large ,...*, dava before the day of the assault family on this side of the ocean. The Mayor Gaynor was shot he had a hJg 8 8 on it 0 watching the crowd on the dock, at but this was abandoned, and the small picture is that of Mrs. Gaynor the same time talking to personal young man was to remain with the and an elder daughter. terday's aeroplane accident, caused by when 1 can convince him that a piece the falling of Walter Brookins' ma-1 chine afong a group of spectators, that he was hired to do It. he Is very were doing well today and are expect- efficient." is New City Directory Complete encyclopedia of condensed information. Just off the press. Revised down to the minute. Gives correct name, address and business of every firm or person in the city (ar ranged in convenient alphabetical order), according to the latest U. S. Census. Also the city officers, city commissioners, health officers, who and where found, the Churches and hours of service Lodges, where and when they meet Commercial Club. 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