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NAME OF OFFICE. Representatives in Congress Governor Lieutenant Governor Secretary of State State Auditor State Treasurer Sup't. Public Instruction Attorney General Commissioner of Insurance Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor Commissioners of Railroads Members House Representatives 27th District Sheriff County Auditor County Treasurer Clerk of Court Register of Deeds State's Attorney County Judge Superintendent of Schools County Surveyor Coroner Commissioner, 1st District Commissioner, 2nd District Commissioner, 3rd District Assessor, 1st District Assessor, 2nd District Assessor, 3rd District Justices of Peace CITY NATIONAL BANK Offers Depositors —Absolute security —Perfect facilities —Fair interest 4% on savings accounts, pay able quarterly 5 $ on time certificates pay able semi-annually Get some money drawing interest it will make you in dependent later. MAIN AND FOURTH STREETS Bismarck, N. D. Dated at Bismarck this 19 day of October, 1910. REPUULICAN PARTY. L. H. HANNA H. T. HELGESEN U. A. JOHNSON USHER L. BURDICK P. D. NORTON D. K. BRIGHTBILL JDER OLSON EDWIN J. TAYLOR ANDREW MILLER WALTER C. TAYLOR W. C. GILBREATH O. P. N. ANDERSON W. H. MANN W. H. STUTSMAN FRANK J. FOX ERASTUS A. WILLIAMS C. L. VIGNESS JOHN HAROLD E. G. FIELD E. G. PATTERSON CHAS. G. PORTER CHAS. J. PETERSON C. E. CHRISTIANSON J. E. PERRY E. S. PIERCE JOHN R. WILLIAMS C. H. OLSEN are equally gratified to discover that I the Ricarees, made use of no spirit ous liquors of any kind, the example of the traders who bring it to them so far from tempting having in fact dis gusted them. Supposing it was as agreeable to them as to other Indians we had offered them whiskey, but they refused with the sensible remark that they were surprised that the father should present to them liquor which The Famou iSa^O Gives the Best Light at Any Price "When you pay more than the Rayo price for a lamp, you are paying for extra decorations that cannot add to the quality of the light. You can't pay for abetter light, because there is none. An oil light has the least effect on the human eye, and the Rayo Lamp is the best oil lamp made, though low in price. You can pay $5, $10, or $20 for some other lamp, and although you get a more costly lamp, you can't get a better light than the white, mellow, diffused, unflickering light of the low priced Rayo. Has a strong, durable shade-holder. This sea* son's burner adds to the strength and appearance. Made of solid brass, nickeled, and easily polished. O a a User, A a O Dealers sen. If net at yours, write for descriptive Jar to the nearest agency of the Standard Oil Company •tod) DEMOCRATIC PARTY TOHIAS D. CASEY M. A. H1LDRETH JOHN BURKE W. L. RICHARDS W. F. ROBERTSON PETER G. ROOKS HALVOR L. HALVORSON S. L. NUCHOLS FRANK BARNES V/M. E. BREEN T. E. FLAHERTY C, R. KOSITZKY CHAS. FISHER JOHN F. FORT W. L. SMITH M. J. McKENZIE CHAS. S. WHITTLESEY ALEX MORRISON J. I. HANSON (,EO L. MATEER F. L. WALKER CHAS. GLITSCHKA S. M. FERRIS F. E. YOUNG JOHN L. PETERSON THOMAS SANDERS BELLE WARD A. M. BRANDT J. I. SMALL FRED W. KORN J. M. THOMPSON P. I. SCHUMANSKY. S. H. COONS LOUNSBERRY'S LETTER Washington. D. C, Nov. 3.—Since persons in civil service employ are not allowed to write or talk politics, though they may vote as they please, let me tell you something about pro hibition among the Indians. When Lewis and Clarke reached what is now North Dakota, they found the Sioux^ educated^up to of the *»*««s»««*»»«N*^«**'*r**»«***«*«^»»**»»«'»***»*v»«^»«^^ be withheld from them for a period would make them fools." On another occasion they observed that no man could be their friend who would at tempt to lead them into such follies. As I have before remarked the sale of intoxicating liquors was free and unrestricted in North Dakota until 1834. It was the principal item of trade a I a S a ...• _» *i t.«4_ ,„iti 4 i~„i„„ become so great, officers and employes of the Indian service even being in- vices of the white man without losing any of their own. They would make any sacrifices for intoxicating liquor, which they called the Great Father's milk, but Captain Lewis writes: "We terested in the sale of the accursed stuff that the government took radical action. June 30. 1834 (4 Stat., 738) it a prov ided that no person employed in Indian affairs should have any in terest or concern in any trade with the Indians except for and account of the United States under penalty of $5,000 fine and removal from office. The president was given full power to it a rtl a without license was prohibited and strong provisions enacted for the gov ernment of the Indian country. March 3, 1848 (9 Stat, 203) it was provided that no money or good should be paid or distributed to Indians while they were under the influence of in I toxicating liquors nor while there are I good and sufficient reasons leading the officers or agents whose duty it I may have been to make such payments or distributions to believe that there was any species of intoxicating liquors within convenient reach of the^ In dians. The act of March 15. 1864, (13 Stat. 29) gives authority to seize boats, stores, packages, wagons, sleds and if liquor is found to take and destroy it, and any person other than a full blooded Indian trading with the In dians became liable to forfeit any goods, merchandise brought into the Indian country without authority (22 Stat., 179), and are liable to a penalty of $500. In 1858 a treaty was made with the Sioux Indians under which they agreed that "to aid In preventing the evils of intemperance, It is hereby stipulated that if any of the mem bers of said Sisseton and Wabpeton bands of Sioux (a similar provision al so applies to other bands) shall drink or procure for others intoxicating liquors, their proportion of the annui ties of said bands shall, at the discre tion of the secretary of the interior, BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE CERTIFICATE O NOMINATION 1,1. W. Healy, Auditor of Burleigh County, North Dakota, do hereby certify that the within and following is a true and correct list of the Constitution Ammendments and of persons whose names have been certified to me, by the Secretary of State, the County Canvassing Board, and by petitions duly signed as required by law, as the nominees to be voted for on Tues day the eighth day of November next, for the offices which appear opposite their names. INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS ARTHUR HAGENDORF, Socialist N. J. BJORNSTEAD, Socialist I. S. LAMPMAN, Socialist J. E. KULSTAD, Socialist G. A. ESVAL, Socialist JOSEPH SCHOLLAERT, Socialist M. C. WARTENBE Socialist MRS. ELLA C. PAINE, Socialist ARTHUR LeSUEUR, Socialist C. W. MAUDE, Socialist E. A. MEYER, Socialist S. A. JOHNSON, Socialist WILLIAM TAMS, Socialist HARRY N. FISHER, Socialist of one year." This was a very one sided proposition, standing alone, but in the treaty of 1851 it was agreed that the laws of the United States prohibit ing the introduction and sale of in toxicating liquors shall be in full force and effect throughout the territory ceded and lying in Minnesota until otherwise directed by the president. This seems to affect Moorhead. In confirming the treaty with the Yankton Sioux congress enacted (28 Stat., 319) that every person who shall sell or give away any intoxicating liquors or other intoxicants upon any of the lands by said agreement ceded or upon any of the lands included in the Yankton Sioux Indian reservation as created by the treaty of April 18, 1858, shall be punishable by imprison ment for not more than two years and by a fine and imprisonment of not more than $300. The laws relating to the sale of in toxicating liquors to Indians (R. S., 2139). were made applicable to army officers, soldiers and settlers by act of July 4, 1884 (23 Stat, 77). Section 2139 R. S. was amended and re-enacted July 23, 1892, to read: "No ardent spirits, ale, beer, wine, or intoxicat ing liquors or liquors of whatever kind shall be introduced under any pretense into the Indian country." The penalty was fixed at imprisonment for not more than two years and a fine not exceeding $300 for each offense. There was some squibbling, as there always is, about what shall be consid ered intoxicating liquors, so in 1897, it was enacted (29 Stat., 506) that any person who shall sell, give away, dis pose of, exchange, or barter any malt, spirituous or vinous liquor, including beer, ale or wine, or any ardent or other intoxicating liquor of any kind whatsoever, or any essence, extract, bitters, preparation, compound, com position, or any article whatsoever, under any name, label or brand which produces intoxication, to any Indian, to whom allotment of land has been made, while the title to the same shall be held in trust by the government, or to any Indian ward of the government* under charge of any Indian superin tendent or agent, or any Indian, in cluding mixed bloods, over whom the government through its departments, exercises guardianship, and any per son who shall introduce or attempt to introduce any malt, spirituous or vin ous liquor, including beer, ale, and wine, or any ardent or Intoxicating liquor of any kind -whatsoever into INDIVIDUAL NOMINATIONS THOS. P. O'CONNOR J. H. ALLENWORTH the Indian country, which term shall include any Indian allotment, while the title to the same shall be held in trust by the government, or while the same shall remain inalienable by the allottee, without the consent of the United States, shall be punished by a fine of not less than $100 for the first offense and not less than $200 for each offense thereafter. Provided that the persons convicted shall be committed until the fine and costs are paid. As to what is Indian country see 14 Fed. Rep., 817 3 McCrary 510 20 Fed Rep., 298 33 Fed. Rep., 900 100 U. S., 506 121 U. S. 278 22 Fed. Rep., 285 23 Fed. Rep. 658 and 27 Fed. Rep., 351. Strong prohibitive clauses have been carried into nearly all of the recent acts of congress opening Indian lands. The act confirming the treaty with the Omahas (17 Stat., 391) Sec tion 5 provides that in all patents of land sold under authority of this act, there shall be given in the advertise ment offering said lands for sale. The Try uson Woolen Goods It is time to wash your Blan kets and Woolen Garments. We do it without shrinkage or spoiling and return the work quickly. Lace Curtains and delicate fabrics are care fully washed and returned to you without being torn or pulled out of shape. With our excel lent facilities, it much safer to send them to us than to try to do it yourself. Remember, we do any kind of Laundry Work, and are proud of our reputation for good work and quick service. Phone No.54. •mm JUDICIARY BALLOT W. M. ANDERSON E. T. BURKE CHARLES M.COOLEY S. E. ELLSWORTH CHARLES J. FISK E. B. GOSS act confirming the treaty with the Chicasaws and Choctaws (32 Stat, 641) provided that the laws of the United States relating to the introduc tion, possession, sale and giving away of liquors or intoxicants of any kind within the Indian country or Indian reservations shall be applicable to the lands ceded and that said lands should remain within the jurisdiction of the U. S. court for that district. Unfortunately, for offenders, Judge Amidon has a way of holding that the laws relating to Indians mean some thing and he has never yet admitted the possibility of anyone finding a loophole through which they might escape in cases of this kind. FOR 8HERIFF. Having been nominated at the pri mary election held in June, by the republican voters of Burleigh county, I respectfully solicit the undivided support of the republican party at the fall election to be held November 8th, and should I receive the support and be elected I will perform the duties of my office to the best of my abil ity. Yours truly, FRANK BARNES. TO THE VOTERS OF THE 8ECOND COMMISSIONER DISTRICT. I beg to announce my candidacy for commissioner of the second com missioner district in Burleigh county at the forthcoming election. FRED W. KORN. ANNOUNCEMENT. To the Voters of Burleigh County: I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of sheriff and re spectfully solicit the favor of your sup port and votes at the ensuing gen eral election. WILLIAM E. BREEN. FOR SHERIFF. Having been nominated at the pri mary election held in June, by the republican voters of Burleigh coun ty,• I respectfully solicit the undivided support of the republican party at the fall election to be held November 8th, and should I receive the support and be elected I will perform the duties of my office to the best of my ability. Yours truly, FRANK BARNES. Friday, November 4, 1910. W. HEALY, Auditor of Burleigh County, N. D. By E. C. Fogarty, Deputy. PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA That Section 216 of the constitu tion of the state of North Dakota be amended to read as follows: Section 216. The following named public institutions are hereby perman ently located as hereinbefore provid ed, each to have so much of the re maining grant of one hundred and seventy thousand acres of land made by the United States for "other educ tional and charitable institutions" as is allotted by law, namely: First. A soldiers' home, when lo cated, or such other charitable in situtiton as the legislative assembly may determine, at Lisbon, in the county of Ransom, with a grant of forty thousand acres of land. Second. A blind asylum, or such other institution as the legislative assembly may determine at such place in the county of Pembina as the qualified electors of the said county may determine at an election to be held as prescribed by the leg islative assembly, with a grant of thirty thousand acres. Third. An industrial school and school for manual training, or such other educational or charitable insti tution as the legislative assembly may provide, at the town of EUendale, in the county of Dickey, with a grant of forty thousand acres. Fourth. A sehool of forestery, or such other institution as the legis lature assembly may determine, at such place in one of the counties of McHenry, Ward, Bottineau or Rolette as the electors of the said counties may determine by an election for that purpose, to be held as provided by the '--'oiative assembly. Fifth. A scientific school, or such other educational or charitable insti tution as the legislative assembly may prescribe, at the city of Wahpeton, county of Richland, with a grant of forty thousand acres. Sixth. A state normal sonool at the city of Mlnot, in the county of Ward provided, that no other institution of a character similar to any one of those located by this article, shall be estab lished or maintained without a revis ion of this constitution. That Section 158 of the constitution of the state of North Dakota be amended so as to read as follows: Section 158. No land shall be sold for less than the appraised value, and in no case for less than ten dollars per acre. The purchaser shall pay one-fifth of the price in cash, and the remaining four-fifths as follows: One fifth in five years, one-fifth on or be fore the expiration of ten years, one fifth on or before the expiration of fifteen years, and one-fifth on or before the expiration of twenty yeara, with interest at the rate of not less than five per cent per annum payable annually in advance provided, that when payments are made before due they shall be made at an interest pay ing date, and one year's interest in advance shall be paid on all moneys so paid. All sales shall be held at the county seat of the county in which the land is to be sold is situated, and all to be at public auction and to he highest bidder after sixty days' ad vertisement of the same in a news paper in general circulation in the vicinity of the land to be sold, and also published in a newspaper pub lished at the county seat, and also in a newspaper published at the seat of government. Such lands as shall not have been especially subdivided shall be offered in tracts of one-quarter sec tion and those subdivided in the small est subdivision. All lands designated for sale and not sold within two years after appraisal shall be reappraised before they are sold. No grant or pat ent for such lands shall issue until payment is made for the same pro vided, that the lands contracted to be sold by the state shall be subject to taxation from the date of such con tract. In case the taxes assessed against any of said lands for any year remain unpaid until the first Monday in October of the following year, then and thereupon the contract for sale for such lands shall, if the board of university and school lands so deter mine, become null and void. Any lands under the provisions of section 168 of the constitution of the stats of North Dakota that have heretofore been sold may be paid for, except as to interest, as provided herein pro vided, further, that any school or in stitution lands that may be required for township purposes, may be paid for at any time and patent issued therefor. A Remarkable Man. John Ziska, the great Hussite leader of the fifteenth century, was one of the most remarkable men that ever lived. His life story reads like a ro mance. Nothing in history is more in teresting, more thrilling, than the ac count of his heroic deeds. Though blind and always greatly outnumbered, Ziska invariably beat his enemies and established for himself a fame that •will last forever. He was never beaten in a battle. His very name was a ter ror to his enemies. He died in 1424, while besieging Prazabislaw, at the age of sixty-four.—New York Ameri can. Enlightened. "Before I married," said Mr. Hen peck, "I didn't know what it meant to support a wife." "I presume yon know now." "Yes, indeed. I looked up the word 'support' In the dictionary and discov •red that one of its meanings is 'en dure.'"