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Thursday, Octber 6,1910.
ANOTHER PHASE OF 30 O O LAW CASS COUNTY CENTRAL COMMIT TEE MAY TAKE MATTER TO COURT. Legislative Candidate Left Out In the Cold and Does Not Agree With Canvassing Board. There may be another test case of the "thirty per cent clause of the primary law. The Eleventh legislat ive district in Cass county is entitled to two representatives in the legis lature the democrats had only one man seeking the nomination. County committeemen insist the thirty per cent clause does not operate and that the one nominee 13 to be placed on the ticket despite the fact that he did not receive the necessary Ludwi„g, Schili in and others DO YOU WANT A PIANO (VERS & POND Pianos and Piano Players The Metropolitan Music Co. of Minneapolis, Minn., will be located at the Northwest Hotel Sample Rdom until Oct. 12. Pianos sold on yearly or monthly pay ments. P. F. HAMMERSLEY, Mgr. thirty per cent. Members of the can vassing board seen at the capitol Wednesday, stated that they would let their decision stand and if there is to be any change it will probably be necessary for the Cass county committee to get busy and start suit in court. The primary law states that in order to be nominated and secure a place on the general election ballot the nominee must secure thirty per for Hunt's cent of the number of votes cast for the secretary of state at the last pre ceding general election. It also pro vides that where there are two or more offices to be filled of the same nature, for instance railroad commis sioners and congressmen, that the thirty per cent clause does not oper ate. This is probably the point the Cass county democrats will make if they take the case to court. The can vassing board will probably hold that as'there was only one candidate for the nomination the non-operating clause does not take effect in this case. =e Kr a ch and Bach These are the styles that will be worti this season Learn how different they feel in the Red Cross Shoe—how restful they feel. Have your shoes just as fashionable but add the Red Cross comfort You can get the exact style you want and you will find that in the Red Cross Shoe, it fits much closer, has better lines and more character. You will be as enthu siastic about its effect on the ap pearance of your foot as about the way it feels. The comfort of the Red Cross Shoe is due—not to any certain style or shape—but to the wonder ful case of itsflexiblesole, which is tanned by a tpecial process. A.W.LUCAS CO. Hunt's Perfect Baking Powder Is Economical Healthful, Satisfactory Perfect Flavoring Extracts MARKET DAY WILL BE A GAL A DAY IN CITY WILL BE BIGGEST AND BEST EVENT OF THE ENTIRE YEAR. Merchants Have Made Liberal Offers and a Number of Interesting Con tests Are Provided. Saturday, Oct. 8, will' be Market Day in Bismarck, and the local merchants and the Commercial club have left not a stone unturned that would help make this the biggest and best event of its kind this season. Almost every merchant is running some kind of a contest or competition with valuable prizes for the winners, Announcements of these are made in their various advertisements, a care ful perusal of which will also reveal many splendid bargains that have been offered to the patrons for this day and date only. After the market day sale at the market grounds which will commence at 1:30 promptly, the market day crowd will repair to Fourth and Broadway where an area will be rop ed off, and many interesting and en tertaining contests will be held with valuable prizes attached. Free tickets will be given the vis iting farmers for one of the vaude ville performances and everything possible will be done to assure them a good time. No one can afford to miss this—the big Market Day of 1910. A GOOD RECOMMENDATION. Any young man with a growing bank ccount needs no better recom mendation. If you can run your own affairs successfully, you are in line to run the affairs of other men. Men with money are looking for success ful managers. $1.00 opens an ac count. We pay 4 per cent interest.— The City National Bank of Bismarck. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Voters of Burleigh County: I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the. office jot sheriff and re spectfully solicit theTiavor of your sup port and votes at the ensuing gen eral election. Though of regular thickness, you can bend it double when new. Women find they can put the Red Cross Shoe on in the store and begin wearing it at once, it is so easy on the feet. Come in and see the new Fall styles. Bend tin... Walk in them. Know how different they feel in the Red Cross Shoe. High Shoes $4, $4.50 and $5. Oxfords $3.50 and $1. Shoe Department fgps^ BISMARCC NO. DAK. WILLIAM E. BREEN. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE city. Mr. Hoyt is an authority on this line of work, and is at present en route to Great Falls Montana, where he has a parking plan to work out. He has been actively engaged in the Twin Cities in landscape work, and has sub mitted a plan for the beautifying of the campus of the University of Min nesota. Mr. Hoyt will thoroughly look over the city to-day. He is very enthusi astic over the prospect here, as Bis marck will not be confronted in its efforts by the enormous expense that other cities have had to undergo. be chosen from every ward of the city asnd all sections of the city will have equal representation on the com mittee. Minneapolis, Chicago, Philadel phia, and other eastern cities are working out plans whereby they are being made more attractive. But they have waited so long that the expense entailed is enormous. Bismarck, however, still has an op portunity to make the improvements planned without a great amount of money being expended. There is so much of the land still in a natural state that can be preserved and rend' VERSITIES. Brought Back Some Duck Decoys for His Friend Mickey O'Connor, Who Immediately Put Them into Use. Dr. and Mrs. M. W. Roan have re turned from an all summer's trip in Europe. On their return trip they were joined at Chicago by Mrs. Roan's brother, James Patterson, who will remain in Bismarck during the winter. The doctor took post graduate work in several of the European universities. He and Mrs. Roan also made an extended tour of the contin ent before returning to thee Unitd States. The doctor brought back for nis friend, "Mickey" O'Connor, a hand some meerschaum pipe. The bowl is shaped in the form of a bird's head. He also brought him some collaps ible duck decoys, and the sight of his new posessions filled Mickey with so much inspiration that, he immed iately seized his gun and hunting out fit and left for the country to see if by any possible means he could get any of the real article that would be enticed within range. A NS INTERESTED IN NORTH DAKOTA THE NORTH DAKOTA MAGAZINE MAKES MANY FRIENDS FOR STATE Melvin Hagen Returns From Iowa Where He Has Been in Charge of the North Dakota Exhibit. Melvin G. Hagen, of the Depart ment of Agriculture and Labor has re turned to the capital city after spend ing a few weeks in Iowa where he had charge of the state exhibit at several of the Iowa fairs. Through the medium of the maga zine published by the Agricultural De partment, North Dakota already has many intensely interested friends in Iowa, and thousands of those passing through our state exnibit, not now re ceiving this publication, are anxious to be placed on the mailing list for official information. There were partial failures in many sections this year, and in view of re ported adverse crop conditons in this state, there was much surprise in the excellence of our exhibits, represent ing the 1910 crops also favorable com ment on its attractive display. The" principal feature of the show, perhaps, was the variety of corns, collection of cultivation grasses and winter cere Is, not generally known to be success fully grown in North Dakota. The portable brick fire place, dozens ofj pieces of pottery made from North Dakota clay, and our lignite fuel was the subject of .much thought and dis cussion by moneyed people interest ed in manufacturing enterprises, and several requests for samples of the clay were brought back. Land values =in Iowa have reached such an extrenje stage that it is ut terly impossible-":for farmers in mod erate' circumstances to get beyond the renting proposition, and to these, as -well as to conservative men with1 ready money for investment, North Dakota certainly looks good, especi ally after'having seen its products. TO BE MADE 'THE CITY BEAUTIFUL" B. Terrell Hoyt, landscape architect. out a general plan that can be kept of St. Paul and Minneapolis, was an in mind and systematically followed, arrival in the capital city Wednesday, so that in future years when the city havng come at the request of the Civic has grown many times larger than it Improvement League to prepare plans is at the present time it will be a for the permanent beautifying of the. credit to the state which has chosen ered permanently beautiful now, that civic improvement and beautifying. forty or fifty years from now would cost considerable to improve. The idea is to start the campaign for beau tifying Bismarck NOW, and to work DR. AND MRS. ROAN E N EUROPE DOCTOR TOOK POST GRADUATE WORK IN EUROPEAN UNI- it for its capital. A definite plan should be had, ac cording to Mr. Hoyt, whereby the cap itol approach and all of the natural features may be used as a part of the parking scheme. The main drives to the military reservation, the state penitentiary, the Indian school and other points of interest should be boulevarded. Owners of the adjoining land should donate strips on each side of tbe road, and these should be parked, thereby giving a beautiful boulevard drive which should be ex tended clear around the city. At present St. Paul is agitating a also be made wider in the present beautifying movement. The mayor is! years in order that In years to come to appoint a committee of one hund-1 they would not be congested as they red citizens who will take up the are in cities in the east where teams civic improvement work. They will can not pass one another between the The main arteries of travel should street car tracks and the curbing. The large property owners should also lend their assistance to the pro ject and donate to the city the little tracts of land useless both for agri cultural purposes and dwelling, which should be made into little parks and beauty spots scattered all over the city. The officers of the Civic Improve ment Leagues feel that a park com mission would also be a good thing. Grand Forks, Fargo and other cities in the state have a park commission and they doing groat work toward Mr. Hoyt will formulate a general EXAMINATION FOR RHODtS SCHOLAISHIPS WILL BE HELD ON THE 25TH AND 26TH OF THE PRESENT MONTH. Knowledge of Greek is Not Requir ed for Applicants for the Prelimi nary Examinations. Notice has been given that Tues day, the 25th, and Wednesday, the 26th of October, 1910, have been fix ed as the dates for holding tbe next qualifying examination for the Rhodes Scholarships at the various centers throughout the United States The young men who are at least cessfully completed two years of col-1 lege work, are eligible for these ex aminations. Attention is called to the fact that a knowledge of Greek is not requir ed of candidates for these prelimin ary examinations. The candidates who are successful in passing the examination in Latin and mathemat ics, however, i3 obliged to pass in Greek either at some subsequent ex amination or at the responsions ex amination in Oxford. Further information may be ob tained by addressing Frank L. Mc Vey, University N. D., chairman of the Rhodes Scholarship Committee for North Dakota. BISMARCK'S Only a. is Shoe Store the Best Shoe Store in the State. Here you'll find just what you are looking for. Every Shoe a good Shoe. A First Class Shoe Repair Shop is run in connection. Shoes repaired while you wait. You'll find it to your interest to GOSEE WOULD INCREASE NUMBER OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS States Attorney Reported Favorably Upon the Petition Recently Submit ted—Herd Law Also on Ballot. ,ile l,y s,) of id increased from three to five be sub- milted to the voters at the next gen- It is also understood that the ques tion as to whether or not stock will be allowed to run at large will be again submitted to the voters at the coming battle of tbe ballots. BAPTIST BROTHERHOOD. There will be a meeting of the Baptist Brotherhood this evening aj the Baptist church at 8 o'clock. A large attendance of the members is desired. AN OPPORTUNITY. Read S. E. Bergeson & Son's ad. on page 2. nineteen and not more than twenty-1 Muniz, and Alfonse Garcia are under five years of age, and who have sue- Mr. Foley's latest book, an edition de luxe, worthy of a place in company with anything published. PRICE BOXED $2.00 Postage extra 10 A worthy remembrance of your visit to Bismarck a volume of poems that breaths gladness, optimism and good cheer. ARRESTED FOR JEWEL THEFT San Francisco, Oct. 5.—Caesario a re 8 in tbJls in 00 in a KIN Tribune iloek Bismaack WILL SUBMIT QUESTION TOVOTERSJNNOVEMBER charged with roil-j ions S M. Sumaga, a millionaire mine, offer, owner of tfie Cty of Mexico of $50,-J avail themselves of the opportunity Jewels and nearly f2,000 in of seeing the excellent show opening tonight. Girth NDIES From our intimate knowledge of candies—their purity and excellence— we have chosen GUTH'S as represent ing all that is best and most disting uished In the art of modern candy making. It is hardly possible to match such delicately proununced flavors and purity. Assorted Chocolates, 1-2 lb 40c Assorted Chocolates, 1 lb 80c Chocolates au Guth, 1 lb $1.00 Guth's Fancy Candies, box 40c We are exclusive selling agents in Bismarck LENHART DRUG CO. Outh POTATOE S S POTATOES It pays to see .... George Roden .... about POTATOES before buying your winter supply. PHONE 316 Seven iilver Linings" Amusements GEM s- With the first end of the week end ing in unquestionable success, Mana ger Wells offers the public another all-star bill for the balance of the week at his popular amusement house, he states attorney has reported commencing tonight there is an en favorably upon the petition which was tire change of program, and the bill plan for improvement, and this will and voters of the county asking that eluding only high class vaudeville and be published in to-morrow's issue of the question as to whether or not the leading motion pictures, the Tribune. It will be worth reading. I of residents replete with stellar attractions, in- commissioners be! Wolfe & Willis, with their comedy .. playlet, entitled, "The County Sheriff," 't a re tha is a as eral election. There were eighty more erywhere. signersofthan were necessary. The, Theextraordinary, board county commissioners there fore have ordered that the question lc placed on the ballot and it will be voted upon at the November election. captivating. Their een highly commended ev- Great Lorraine & Co. hypno- tints completel, mysti fy their audience, and their work is nothing short of being marvelous. The pictorial program contains 3, 000 feet of interesting films. "The Wooing O't" is a comedy dramatiz ation of Scotch origin that is full of interest. There is a film on tonight that cannot help but attract the children as well as the grown-ups. The crowning effort of the series of the "Land of Oz" will be on the screen and is a spectacle worthy of the best artists in picturedom. There never was comedy with a western setting that carried as much real fun as the screaming funny farce as "Percy, the Cowboy." It is one of the most strik ing stories of its kind, and to the ir resistible humor of the tale is added the pictorial beauty of some superb western scenes. In fact, the Gem is straining every point to bring to this city only the highest class of attract the booking agencies have to and local show goers should