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Tuesday, December 20, 1910.
For sale at Adams' Drug Store. For Christmas Toys Our stock is unusually complete with toys, games books, candies and Christ mas supplies for the chil dren. Then too, we have easy chairs for the grown-ups and book-cases, ladies' desks, lamps, brass beds and almost anything used in your home. A substantial gift of this kind will often be more appreciated, and remain a lasting comfort to your thoughtfulness. When you can't think what to'buy, come here. We have many useful gifts for every member of the family. E.L.FAUNCE FourU Stree LIGNITE SEEMS TO BE OUT OF RACE Minot, N. D., Dec. 19.—When the city of Bowbells had submitted its case, in the Burke county seat fight, Judge Templeton held that unfe38 the Lignite supporters could produce evidence sufficient to disprove the evidence submitted by Bowbells that he would deny the mandamus. Bowbells showed that while the polling places in Burke county had been established by the Ward county commissioners, that the election was held in many precincts in places not designated as polling places. The county commissioners of Burke coun ty failed to establish new polling places. Judge Templeton held that the vote in these precincts was ille gal and he would not direct the can vassing board to canvass the vote in the precincts in question. WILLIAMS' KIDNEY PILLS Have you overworked your nervous sys tem and caused trouble with your kid neys and bladder? Have you pains in loins, side, back and bladder? Have you a flabby appearance of the face, and un der the eyes? A frequent desire to pass urine? If so, Williams' Kidney Pills will cure you—Druggist, Price 50c. WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Prop,.. Cleveland, Ohio D0Y0UNEEDASUIT YOH can buy it at half price this week Some of them even under wholesale cost. And get reliable, honest clothing too for instance such as Kuppenheimer, Chicago: Weil Pflaum & Co., Chicago, which every body knows is as good as is made. How can I do it? Simply this A big Iowa clothier went broke. I bought his stock so low I can sell the greatest bargains ever sold in Bismarck. Come and see. This clothing must be sold—and now. My lease is up Jan. 1st, and I must give posses sion. There are suits, pants, hats and caps, over coats and a fine boys' line. The best rock bottom suit prices in town are here, the goods prove it. READ THIS All Who Suffer From Catarrh, Sore Throat or Colds. Millions of people throughout Amer ica have breathed HYOMEI (pro nounce it High-o-me) and now own a HYOMEI inhaler made of hard rub ber. H. B. NEIGHBOR First Door West of French & Welch Hdw. Co. Xmas Suggestions Don't worry about what to give the men and boys for a present. Let us do it. We have a carefully se lected stock in which you will find Dunlap Hats Overcoats for [Men and Boys] Suits for [Men and Boys] Fine Dress Shirts Vassar and Munsing Union Suits Bath Robes Smoking Jackets Kozy Traveling Slippers Fine Shoes Handkerchiefs Mufflers and Ties One Price For All THE BOSTON R. Best, Proprietor If you own a HYOMEI Inhaler, no matter where you live, you can get a bottle of HYOMEI at druggists every where and at Lenhart Drug Co., forSTATISTICS only 50c. Ask for an extra bottle of HYOMEI Inhalant its is only 50c and with it you can cure a cough or cold in a day. You can get relief from catarrh or stuffed up head in two minutes, and stop hawking and snuffling in a week. Just pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it in— that's all. It's so easy and so pleasant and so much more desirable than swallowing nauseating drugs. Breathe Hyomei over the inflamed membrane of the nose and throat and its soothing, heal ing action will be felt immediately. If you have not a HYOMEI Inhaler, get a complete HYOMEI outfit at once. This only costs $1.00, and with it comes a HYOMEI inhaler that will last a lifetime and ought to be In every family. For free sample of HY OMEI write Booth's Hyomei Co., Buf falo, N. Y. INCREASE IN NUMBER OF BOYS AND GIRLS ENROLLED AND DE CREASE IN NUMBER OF CHILDREN NOT ATTENDING SCHOOI NUMBER OF MEN TEACHERS DECLINING WHILE THERE IS IN- CREASE IN NUMBER OF WOMEN TEACHERS. The biennial report of the North Dakota department of public instruc tion has just been completed, and lie distribution some time in April, 1911. It treats of the period ending June 30, 1919, and the year ending June 30, 1910. The number of boys and girls enu merated throughout the state has in-in creased to over 8,000. The enrollment of boys and girls in the schools has increased of 4,600 while there has been a decrease in the same amount of time of 800 in the number of child ren not attending school. As in for mer years, there is a gradual decrease in the number of men teachers with a corresponding increase in the num ber of women teachers. There has been an increase of 130 in the number of teachers employed during the past year. Although the CASH. Cash on hand at beginning of year 1,426,364.67 I Received state apportionment 469,104.82 Received county apportionment 542,219.25 District taxes 2,881,252.35 Received sale of bonds ., .. 445,850.10 Received sinking fund 22,762.16 Received other sources 234,555.77 Total receipta including cash on hand 5.992,537.05 Ca3h in hands of district treasurers at end year. 430,960.74 Cash In hands of county treasurer at end of year. 1,479,313.49 Amount of taxes levied by school bonds 3,021,231.96 Value of school property in state 7,624,415.24 Balance in sinking fund 213,503.58 Average rate of interest on bonds .0429 Headache them to do. I will give you the privilege of using his name."—E. M. Dickson, H2o Resteer St, W. Indianapolis, lad. PlMsaat, Palatabt*. Potrat. Taste Good. Do Good. NovmStekmiWMkMi ©tGrips. KcScSte. NeversoMiabalk. Ttegw. JM tablet•tttnpodCCC Gosraatotdto can or roar oramr back. I S I I I I I 0 I I 0 I I I BAG AND BAGGAGE. Ledgerwood Broadaxe: Walt C, Taylor has leased his LaMouro Chron icle to Messrs. Mortimer & Deisem. and moves bag and baggage to Bis marck to reside there and "fulfill the insurance. Smoked Whiteflsh at Gussner's. BISMARCK DAIL7 TRIBUNE SHOW STEADY GROWTH printed copies will be ready for pub-1 taught in more than one district dur- S,?1,13 lie distribution some time in Aoril.Ting the school year, hence were The report shows a steady growth of the educational institutions and schools of the state. In comparing the reports for 1909 and 1910, a sub stantial gain is noted in the past year. 30, 1909, and theyear 30, 1910: FROM THE REPORT OP THE SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION FOR THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1909 AND THE YEAR ENDING JUNE 30, 1910. 19i9 Number of districts Number of schools Number of departments Number of school houses Number of school libraries Number of volumes in libraries Number of schools with free text books Number of planted trees on school grounds Number of visits by county superintendents Number of visits by directors Number of boys enumerated Number of girls enumerated Number of boys and girls enumerated Number of children living over 2% miles from the school Number of children not attending school Number of boys enrolled Number of girls enrolled Total number enrolled -. Average daily attendance Per cent of attendance Number of schools not in session Number of schools in session one month Number of schools in session two months Number of schools in session three months Number of schools in session four months Number of schools in session five months Number of schools in session six months Number of schools in session seven or more mo.. Number of men teachers Number of women teachers Total number of teachers Average cost of tuition per mo. for each pupil en rolled Averave cost of tuition per mo. for each pupil enumerated Average monthl salary of men teachers Average mo. salary of women teach'ers Average monthly salary of all teachers Average mo. salary of teachers in rural schools.. Whole amount paid men teachers 497,746.63 Whole amount paid women teachers 1,785,245.58 Whole amount paid teachers 2,282,992.21 Amount paid clerks 49.988.99 Amount paid treasurers 35,454.14 Amount paid directors 45,887.07 Warrants outstanding at beginning of year 610,729.00 Issued during year for school houses and perman ent improvements 977,484.17 Issued for apparatus and fixtures 116,829.14 Issued for teachers' wages 2,306,949.75 Issued for school officers 128,610.84 Issued for interest on bonds and warrants 184,944.87 Issued for incidentals 568,168.44 Issued for transportation to consolidated schools. 80,890.18 Issued for tuition 8,025.22 Issued for redemption of bonds and interest 87,754.60 Issued for other purposes 115,994.17 Total warrants issued 4,575,651.38 Warrants redeemed 4,495,714.50 Balance outstanding 696,665.88 Bonds outstanding beginning of year.- 2,741,770.08 Bonds issued during year 391,650.00 Bonds redeemed during year 87,152.40 Balance outstanding at end of year 3,046,268'04 Total indebtedness of all districts at end of year. 3,773,052.15 Net increase of indebtedness 392,114.07 4,815 5,341 16,705 72,207 67,595 17,519 70,1(18 65,095 135,203 88.139 85 80 22 7S 115 257 3*6 1,244 3,408 1.440 5,818 7,258 139,802 9.0,149 86 103 29 66 131 255 336 1,223 3,719 1,285 6,102 7,387 $ 4.02 3.35 3.45 58.41 49.28 50.28 47.46 0J..8 50.49 51.80 48.73 516,0 C0.09 2,019,798.99 2.582,707.63 52.358.92 37,426.50 49,609.30 734,554.02 886,217.52 116,517.37 2,501,101.66 140,370.67 197,182.72 653,135.17 102,248.16 14,844.05 72,390.07 145,225.03 4,829,232.42 4,993,950.07 569,836.37 3,060,607.05 455,100.00 95,472.69 3,420,234.36 3,884,337.37 181,381.47 1,456,150.59 1,041,792.26 653,222.18 3,321,776.69 458,640.92 31,477.20 206,711.53 7,169,761.37 660,266.40 2,346,932.71 3,263,067.26 8,353,134.93 324,515.16 .0423 BOUCHER FUNERAL. time duties of his office—commissioner of, yesterday morning a letter was re ceived sayin he was so well that the trained nurse had been dismissed, but it seemed to be only the change be fore death. had been a sufferer of heart trouble for some time, and that was the cause of death. Washburn Leader: Mrs. E. Funk accompanied her father, Mr. Boucher, as far as Minneapolis on his way toWelch the coast and it was thought at that that he was getting better. Only Mr Boucher moved to Washburn with his family in 1885 and practiced law here for three years. He then "My father hat been a sufferer fromsick went to Bismarck to carry on his pro headache for the latt twenty-five veanand fession. never found any relief until he began I The funeral will be held at Los An taking your Caacarets. Since he has! geles. Mr. and Mrs. E. Funk will begun taking Caacarets he has never had be unable to make the trip west to the headache. They have entirely curia attend the funeral on account of the him. Caacarets do what you recommend heath of Mrs. Funk. The sympathy of many friends is extended to Mrs. Funk and her moth and sister. CAR OF POTATOES. A car of No. 1 potatoes on the N. track for 75 cents per bushel. SONS OF REVOLUTION ORGANIZE IN STATE ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE WILL BE IN FARGO WITHIN SHORT TIME. Objects and Membership Attest That It Is a Live Society—Roll of Mem bership Is Distinguished One. report shows 7,387 teachers employed in the sate, there are actualy about 6.100 or 6,200, as many teachers have orgasizing the North Dakota Society merated twice. The average monthly The National Society Sons of the American Revolution will, in the course of a few weeks, send to Kargo its organization committee for the North. and Mnancially, the schools of the state constitution, "its purposes and ob are in very good condition. The to West,» to,r.the purpose. is 1S a.ntf. of salaries of all teachers shows a very ereyer they may be round slight decrease commemorates historic battle fields „. ^. and in a broader sense, as stated in a a tal indebtedness ot all districts in. torical and educational, to unite and the state amounts to $3,884,337.37, promote friendship among Revolution while the cash in the hands of the dis- a tricts and county treasurers amounts the community at large with more to $3,007,199.16, and there is a balance profound reverence for the principles the sinking fund of $324,515.16. 0 In addition to this the value of all American Revolution to acquire and school property in the state amounts' preserve the records of the individual to $8,553,134.93. Hence the schools services of the patriots of the war, as are in a very flourishing condition.' well as documents, relics, and land It is interesting to note also that marks to mark the scenes of the out of 1,900 school districts in North Revolution by appropriate memorials Dakota, there are 900 districts which. to celebrate the anniversaries of the have no indebtedness of any kind. prominent events of the war and of ToTlowing is a comparison of the re- Revolutionary period to foster ports of the superintendent of public Patriotism to maintain and ex instruction for the years ending June institutions of American ending June OF 1910 1,904 4,834 5,907 4,800 2,083 1,871 4,696 5,897 4,632 1,881 195,176 3,022 76,34(1 5,628 7,315 76,981! 71,643 148,626 220,492 3,211 97,409 7,588 7,230 80,331 75,713 156,044 of A a Revolution, composed ot descend- of the American Rev- red to be patriotic, his- descendants to inspire them and the government founded by the freedom, and to carry out the pur poses expressed In the preamble of the constitution of our country and the injunctions of Washington in his farewell address to the American peo ple." In addition to the above. It is em phasizing the importance of educa tional work among the emigrants be fore they reach our shores. It is printing in about twenty different lan guages little leaflets or folders, which give information respecting American institutions. These folders are placed in the hands of emigrants so that they may know something of the land of the free and the home of the brave by the time they reach American shores. The roll of membership of the Sons of the American Revolution is a dis tinguished one. and numbers now nearly twelve thousand members. On the roll arc such names as Presidents Roosevelt and McKinley, Vice Presi dent Morton, Elihu Root, Admiral Dewey, Horace Porter. Captain Grid ley of the-OIympia" at Manilla, Sen ators Frye, Lodge, Depew, Daniels. Da vis and Warren. Justice-Brewer of tho United States supreme court. Gener als Nelson A Milps. Fred Grant. Ed win S. Greely, Wade Hampton, Gov ernors Charles E. Hughes of New York Edwin Warfield of Maryland. Guild of Massachusetts, Pardee of California.! Senator Warren of Wyoming, and! many others. Its objects and its membership at test that it is a live society. Its char-' ter was granted by the congress of thr APPROPRIATE GIFTS. Read the Xmaa offer of French & in this paper. Bear Paw Coal We have the agency for Burleigh county for Kfonta'a Bear Paw Coal. Deep mined, clean coal and has no rocks or slate. Immediate delivery. JOHN YEGEN Phone 51 416 Main St. 1 United States and approved bv Presi dent Roosevelt. June 9th. 1906. It is organized in forty-four different states and in many of these states local chapters have been organized to the number, at this time, of over seventy.' There are scattered all over tin great west thousands of the descend-1 ants of Revolutionary heroes who have not yet identified themselves with any patriotic society. To such this appeal is made to get in touch at the earliest possible moment with such an organization to do it not only for the personal blessing to come from it, but for the sake of their rhil dren, and especially for the dear country they love so well. Members are required to be of the age of twenty-one or over of good moral character of lineal descent from an ancestor "who was at all times unfailing in his loyalty to. and rendered active service in the cause of American independence, either as officer, soldier, seaman, militiaman or minute man in the armed forces of the Continental Congress, or any of the several colonies or states, or as a signer of the Declaration of Inde pendence or as a member of a com-1 mittee of safety or correspondence as a member of any conttinental. pro vincial or colonial congress of legis lature as a recognized patriot who performed an actual service by overt acts of resistance to the authority of! Great Britain." It is the desire of the National So ciety to organize the North Dakota Society of Sons of the American Rev olution as near the middle of January as possible and any residents of the state, of revolutionary stock are re quested to communicate with Frank Merriam Keezer, 611 Kittredge Build ing, Denver, Colorado, secretary of the Organization Committee. Communi cations may also be addressed to Hon. B. F. Spalding, at either Bismarck, N or Fargo, N. D. TheChristmas Spirit Is making things hum at TH E LITTLE BOOK SHOP on fifth street (opposite Soo Hotel). Early shopping is becoming more popular every year, so don't wait till the last minute before making your selections stocks will be badly broken if you do. E THK HABIT! It's a good one. Come in NOW and look over our lines of Books, Fancy Stationery, Art Calendars, Diaries, Post Card Albums, Christmas Post Cards, Christmas Letters and Booklets, Ladies' Bags, Gentlemen's Bill Books and Purses, School and Lodge Banners, Christmas Decorations, Pipes, Pipe Racks and Smokers' Articles, Cigars, Candies, etc. We've got just what you want, at prices tint will appeal to your pocketbook. You can't afford to pass up KNAPPEN'S Christmas SPECIALS Extra special inducements for the Holiday Shoppers. Gifts Priced Extremely Low BEAUTIFUL OVAL FRAMED PICTURE of Baby Stewart, Boy Christ, Modern Madonna __and four styles of Cupids, grouped into Four Assortments. Priced 15, 25, 40 and 45cts. Regular price values 25, 35, 65 and 75cts. COSTUMERS or CLOTHES TREES in Early English, Mahogany, Fumed Oak or Golden Oak. Just the thing for men. Specially priced from $1.75 each, up to £4.00 SMOKING CABINETS in Fumed Oak or Early English, (with cabinets and drawers for pipes, cigars,1 tobacco and accessories. Very nifty, unique gift for [men. Special price $3.00 to £6,00 each SHAVING STANDS in Golden Oak, adjustable mirrors, also [apartments for razor, mug, soap, etc. Priced from $8.50 to£ 10.50 FOOT STOOLS AND HASSOCKS in great va riety one item that will add 100 per cent, to some friend's comfort. Priced from 90cts. to 6 0 0 SEWING BASKETS and WORK TABLES for mother or sister, in Reed or Mission. Prices from $3.00 to £8.00. PLATE RACKS in Golden or Mission. Our special rack is a dandy onelin Mission. Spec ially priced at 50cts. each. A. W. LUCAS CO. N »#^#^#*#^#.»^^sr##^s#. Make No Mistake To Our Patrons:— We are the only firm in the city of Bismarck, who sell the famous Montana Red Lodge coal Well screened, cleaned, an excellent heat producer and even burning coal, making it an ideal range and furnace fuel. We stand back of every pound we sell. Have also Hard Coal of all kinds. North Star Lumber Co. Sole Bismarck Agents for Montana Bed Lodge Coal W. E. GLEASOH, Manager Phone One-seven—17 ~r $13 Three