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Thursday, January 19,1911.
Every Pair of
Overshoes
At 2 o'clock the election of officers
was held and Hon. A. O.Hanson of
Cass was re-elected president Hon.
M. J. McKenzte of Burleigh, vice
president, and Hon. G. Olgenson of
McLean as secretary-treasurer.
The president then proceeded with
the appointment of committees as
follows:
Executive committee, Hon. Horace
Bagley of Towner Hon. L. K. Has
sell of Grand Forks, and Hon. Jacob
Souderall of Bowman.
Legislative committee: Hon. M.
A. Liles of Minnewankon, Hon. A.
T. Butler of Williston and Hon. J.
H. Kirk of Bottineau.
Committee of rules of practice:
Hon. W. D. Wickersham of EUendale,
Judge Berdahl of Rugby and Hon. J.
C. Johnson of Mandan.
Different matters of interest were
then brought up and discussed until
the meeting adjourned sine die.
In the Store To Be Closed Out
At a Loss To
I you want first quality
goods at factory prices
See
RECODIFYPROBATELAWS
'LARGE NUMBER OF COUNTY JUDGE3 FROM ALL OVER THE 8TATE
ARE GATHERED IN THE CITY—RE80LUTI0N PA88ED URGING
LEGISLATURE TO PASS AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR APPOINT
MENT OF COMMITTEE TO PREPARE AND RECODIFY PROBATE
LAWS OF THE STATE.
TO RECODIFY LAWS.
"Resolved, tbat we, the county judges of the County Judges'
Association of North Dakota recommend the passage of an act
by the legislative assembly to provide for the appointment of a
commission to prepare and recodify the probate code of the state of
North Dakota and report such code to the 13th legislative assem
bly.
The regular meeting of the North
Dakota Association of County Judges
was called to order in the court
house at 10 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing by. President A. G. Hanson of
Fargo. The minutes of the special
meeting held in Fargo, Dec. 14, 1910,
were read and approved and the re
port of Secretary-Treasurer Judge
•Jorgen Howard of Hillsboro was also
approved. The meeting was then ad
journed until 2 o'clock for the pur
pose of enabling some of the judges
to reach the city and be present at
the meeting.
Among the judges in attendance
were A. G. Hanson of Fargo, Jorgen
Howard of Hillsboro, A. T. Butler of
Williston, Horace Bagley of Towner,
W. 3. Wickersham of EUendale, J. H.
Kirk of Bottineau, Jacob Souderall
of Hettinger, D. F. Ellsworth of New
Rtockford, Adam S. Movt of "Sher
brooke, J. C. Johnson of Mandan,
G. A. Bryant of Napoleon, C. B. Car
ley of Linton, G. Olgeirson of Wash
burn, M. A. Liles of Minnewankon.
HAD BIG MEETING.
St. Elmo Lodge No. 4, Knight* of
Pythias, Have Banquet.
St. Elmo lodge No. 4, Knights of
Pythias, held regular meeting aft
Castle hall Wednesday evening and
there were many visiting knights in
attendance. There was work in the
third rak and two candidates were
initiated Into this rank. The work
was followed by a banquet after
which a number of toasts were re
sponded to by a large number of
knights from out of the city.
Overshoes cheap. Go see Buseh.
CASTOR IA
Tor InfiuLts and Children.
Thi Khd Yoi Han Always BNgfct
Bears the
Rignatureof
mtsmmstsissmttttttt
Those Instruments
You Don't Play
Can easily be turned into dollars.
Many people with musical talent
would be glad to get them. A want
ad brings you a buyer and the buyer
a bargain in a good instrument.
Let Want Ads Sell It
Ths Musio of the Nightingale.
But the nightingale, another of my
airy creatures, breathes such sweet
load mnsic oat of her little instrumen
tal throat tbat it might make man
kind to think miracles are not ceased.
He that at midnight, when the very
laborer sleeps securely, should hear, as
I often have, the clear airs, the sweet
descants, the natural rising nnd 'fall
ing, the doubling nnd redoubling of
her voice, might well be lifted above
earth and say. Lord, what music hast
thou provided for the saints in heav
en when thou affordest bad men such
music on earth!—Walton's "The Com
plete Angler."
SOUR STOMACH
"I used Cascarets and feel like new
nan. I have been a sufferer from dys
pepsia and sour stomach for the last two
years. I have been taking medicine and
other drags, but could find no reliefonly
for a short time. I will recommend
Cascarets to my friends as the onlything
for indigestion and soar stomach and to
keep the bowels in good condition.
They are very nice to eat."
Harry Stuckley, Ifauch Chunk, Pa.
Pleasant Palatable. Potent. Taste Good.
DoGood. Never Sicken.WeakenorGripe.
Mc. Be, 30c. Never sold In bulk. The ren
•Ja* tablet stamped CCC. Goarasteadto
son or voar money back,
FORMERSTATETREASURER
PLACED UNDER ARREST
TWO WARRANTS SWORN OUT AN BOTH SERVED—G. L. BICKFORD
IS AT LIBERTY UNDER S20,000 BAIL TODAY—ONE HEARING
THURSDAY AND ONE SATURDAY AFTERNOON EMBEZZLE-
MENT TO AMOUNT OF $60,000 IS CHARGED.
THE COMPLAINT.
CRIMINAL COMPLAINT.
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
County of Burleigh.
In Justice Court, Before J. E. Perry,
Justice of the Peace.
State of North Dakota, Plaintiff, vs.
G. L. Bickford, Defendant.
checks, drafts and other securities
and converted the same to his own
use and thereby embezzzled the same,
contrary to the statute in such case
made and provided, and against the
peace and dignity of the State of
North Dakota.
Wherefore, Complainant prays that
Defendant, G. L. Bickford. may be ar
rested and dealt with according to
law
W. L. SMITH.
Subscribed and sworn to otiose me
this 18th day of January^ 1911.
J. E. PERRY,
Justice of the Peace.
Former State Treasurer Bickford
was arrested yesterday afternoon at
the state capitol building on a charge
of embezzling $60,000. There were
COMPANY A TEAM IS ROUNDING BOARD OF EXAMINING OFFICERS
INTO SPLENDID SHAPE FOR
THE GAME.
Local Men Lost Game a Week Ago
and Are Determined That They
Will Redeem Themselves.
Tomorrow evening at the Armory
the first game of a big double header
will be played when the Company
basket ball team of Valley City
meets the fast Company A team of
Bismarck. The local boys met Com
pany a week go but two of their
best players were out of the city
and they lost by a small score. They
have considerably strengthened their
line-up, however, and are confident
that they will win the game tomor
row.
Saturday evening the Ali-Star ag
gregation of the third house of the
Twelfth Legislative Assembly will
meet Valley City at the armory. This
team is composed of old time college
and university players, all of whom
have been practicing hard and they
say they will demonstrate that they
can "come back."
BISMABOK DAILY TRIBUNE
It was at 2:45 that Sheriff Barnes
served the first mentioned warrant
and shortly afterwards Bickford gave
himself up on the second warrant.
Immediately after doing this he went
to the office of the attorney general
where Justice of the Peace Pierce
opened court and upon Bickford ask
ing until today at 2 o'clock to plead
be fixed bonds at $10,000 which was
secured.
W. L. Smith being first duly sworn,
says that he is the States Attorney
of Burleigh county, North Dakota,
and as such makes this complaint
that in the county of Burleigh, state warrant that was sworn out and in
of North Dakota, on or about the this case he asked until Saturday at
10th day of December, A. D. 1910, 2 o'clock to plead. The request was
the defendant, G. L. Bickford, was granted and bail was again placed at
then and there the duly elected, qual- $10,000. The bail was secured in
ifled, and actin State Treasurer of both instances with the following se
the state of North Dakota, and had curities: Henry Tatley of Bismarck,
then and there and theretofore in his John Yegen of Bismarck, Henry
official capacity as such State Treas- Mann of New Salem, S. W. Bond of
urer, received into and under his con- Minot, John A. Johnson of Painted
trol and charge certain public money, Woods and F. O. Hellstrom, warden
checks, drafts and other securities of the penitentiary,
representative of and payable in' Bickford was arrested as he came
money, all of which was then and down the stairs leading to the lobby
there the property of the state of between the senate and house cham
North Dakota and of the aggregate bers and appeared to be unmoved
sum and value of $60,000, (a more when the warrant -£as read to him.
particular description of which said, He accompanied Barnes down town
money, checks, drafts' and other se-' and was in his custody until the bail
curities is to this affiant unknown bonds were all fixed up. Through
and he, the. said G. L. Bickford, so I the entire proceedings before both
having received and being in charge' justices of the peace b# carried the
and control of said money, checks, same apparent unconcern of manner
drafts and other securities in his said and did not appear to realize of what
official capacity, did then and there I a serious nature the charge was.
wilfully and feloniously in violation The story of the shortage in the
of his said trust and in a manner treasurer's office as it has been told
and form not authorized by law, use on the streets for the past few days
and dispose of the same money, is to the effect that the amount of
At 5:30 Bickford appeared before
Justice Perry to answer to the first
money claimed to be short has been
deposited in Bickford's bank at Bow
bells and there loaned out and that
when it came time to make a set
tlement with the state he was unable
to realize on his securities. There
has been a great scurrying of his
friends for the past several days to
raise enough money to cover the al
leged shortage and several times there
have been reports to the effect that
the money had been secured and
would be here when it was needed.
As late as Tuesday night it was
staled that $40,000 was in the city
and the rest would be forthcoming
soon. It is claimed by Bickford's
fiiends even this morning that the
money is in the city and that all will
be fixed up today. Those who are in
favor of the examination, however,
re
two warrants sworn out, the first one state that even 4the money is
being a complaint filed* by States turned there is still a criminal charge
Attorney W. L. Smith of Burleigh to be preferred In the manner the
county and the second by Andrew! affairs of the offic-a have been con
Miller, attorney general of the state.! ducted.
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FIRST GAME OF DOUBLE NATIONAL GUARDSMEN
HEADEROCCURS FRIDAY RECEIVEJROMOTIONS
MET IN CAPITAL CITY
WEDNESDAY.
Fraine Advances to Colonel and Com
mand of the Regiment Berg to
Lieutenant Colonel and Thoraldson
to Major.
Pursuant to general orders No. 3
issued by the adjutant general's office
dated January 14, the board of ex
amination provided for by law .*Tn
vened In this city Wednesday morn
ing and was duly sworn in.
Lieutenant Col. JohlL H. Fraine,
Major I. A. Berg and Captain T. H.
Thoraldson, First infantry, North Da
kota National Guard, then came be
fore the board and were asked if
they objected to being examined by
any member of the board, to which
they replied in the negatve.
The board proceeded with the phy
sical examinations which were con
ducted by Captain A. W. MacDonald,
1 medical corps, N. D. N. G.. and who
1
reported to the board that Lieutenant
Colonel John H. Fraine. Major I. A.
Berg and Captain T. H. Thoraldson
had passed the same and were duly
qualified.
The board then, after carefully
conducting the examinations as to
their qualifications, recommended, as
they have successfully passed same,
that they be promoted to the next
higher grade in the First infantry,
North Dakota National Guard, their
commissions to date from January 7,
1911, Lieutenant Colonel Fraine ad
vancing to colonel, Major Berg to
lieutenant colonel and Capt. Thorald
son to major.
A few fur coats now offered at cut
prices at Dahl's Clothing store. Your
opportunity to get a good coat at an
unusually low price.
Wear and Toar.
Griggs—After all, the difference be
tween man and woman is one of wear
and tear. Briggs—What do you mean?
Griggs—Man spends bis money foolish
ly on a tear and a woman on wear.—
Oakland Mercury.
Books.
Be as careful of the books you read
as of the company you keep, for your
habits and character will be as much
Influenced by the former as the latter.
—Paxton Hood.
He Is no whole man until he knows
how to earn a blameless livelihood.—
Emerson.
BOARD OF CONTROL
IS NOT ENDORSED
BOARD OF NORMAL SCHOOL
TRUSTEES MEETS IN GOV-
ERNOR'S OFFICE.
Senate Committee on Education
Meets With
Business of
acted.
Board—Little
Importance
Other
Trans-
At the meeting of the state board
of normal school trustees the propo
sition of endorsing the idea of
single board of control for the nor
mal schools of the state was turned
down by a vote of six to five.
The meeting was held in the gov
ernor's office and the members of
the senate committee on education
were present. Chairman Talcott pre
sided over the meeting. There was
considerable discussion over the vir
tues of the proposed change in man
agement of the normal schools and
the vote taken resulted as above.
There was little other business
transacted and the board adjourned
and most of the members returned
to their homes. -The presidents of
the normal schools, however, remained
oyer for a few days to look after
their appropriation bills that will be
introduced in the legislature soon.
REGISTERS OF DEEDS I
DISCUSSJEGISLATION
ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE CON-
TINUED THIS MORNING AT
THE COURT HOUSE.
Prominent Among County Officers
Are H. H. Berg of Towner and
Adolph Wacker of Washburn.
The Registers of Deeds Associa
tion of North Dakota convened in
annual session in the cayital city
Wednesday afternoon at the court
house and there was a large number
of the officers present from all parts
of the state.
The gathering devoted nearly all
of its time to the discussion of mat
ters of legislation which will be more
fully talked over at the meeting this
morning. It is expected that a num
ber of bills will be prepared for sub
mir'-ion to the legislative assembly.
One of the principal matters up fc
consideration was that of the adjust
ment of fees.
Prominent among those in attend
ance were H. H. Berg of Towner,
president of the association, and
Adolph Wacker of Washburn who Is
secretary and treasurer of the or
ganization. Mr. Wacker, it will be
remembered, is the young man against
whom the fight was directed two
years ago when McLean county was
divided in an effort to oust him from
office. However, he won his case,
and to show their apprecation of his
good work, the voters re-elected him
to office at the recent general elec
tion. j,
Overshoes cheap. Go see Busch.
Making a Locomotive.
A young lady once visited the Bald
win Locomotive works and then told
how a locomotive is made.
"You pour," she said, "a lot of sand
Into lot of boxes, and you throw old
stove lids and things into a furnace,
and then you empty the molten stream
into a hole in the sand, and everybody
yells and swears. Then you pour it
out and let it cool nnd pound it, nnd
then you put it in a thing that bores
holes in it. Then you screw it together
nnd paint it nnd put steam in it, and
it goes splendidly, and they take it to
a drafting room nnd make a blue print
of it. But one thing I forgot—they
have to make a boiler. One man gets
inside nnd one outside, nnd they lxnmd
frightfully, and then they tie it to the
other things, nnd you ought to see it
go!"
Napoleon's Peepholes.
A curious Napoleonic relic still pre
served in St. Helena is a pair of shut
ters, each with a peephole. St. Helena
was strongly garrisoned in Napoleon's
time for divers reasons, and the Brit
ish soldiers exercised on Dcndwood
plain, close to Longwood.
Napoleon liked to look at them, but
did not like them to look at him
hence those two shutters, one with
a hole on level with his eye while
standing and the other with a hole
adapted to his vision while seated.
Hard to Deny.
As Miss Hypatin Squaretoes reached
the culminating point of her lecture
on "Woman's Rights and How to
Wield Them" she threw back her
bend and stood in an attitude of defi
ance.
••Talk of man:" she cried. "What
has man ever done for woman?"
"He's furnished the model she's try
ing her best to imitate!" boomed a
manly voice from the rear of the ball.
And then a palpitating silence reigned
for nearly a minute.
Found a Rhyme.
A bold poet once tried to overcome
the difficulty of finding a rhyme for
carpet by the following: "Sweet maid
of the iuu, 'tis surely no sin to toast
such a beautiful bar pet believe me,
my dear, your feet would appear at
homo on a nobleman's carpet!"—Lon
don Mail.
A Fine Haul.
"Back from your fishing trip, I see."
"Yep."
"Ci'.tcli anything noteworthy?"
"Caught four aces one night."—
Washington nerahl.
We Announce
An early arrival of new
Kjnojc Hats
For spring. The latest block from
the leaders in men's headwear. Will
be pleased to show you
Our store open Wednesday and Sat
urday evenings closed all other
nights at 6:30.
WASHINGTON.
Uhe "Cle-tier Clothe*" Shop
QUIET SESSION IN THE
HOUSE WITH FEW BILLS
ALL BILLS WILL BE PRINTED AN NEWSPAPERS WILL BE FUR
NISHED WITH COPIES—WOUL HAVE OWNERS OF LAND UN
DER IRRIGATION PROJECTS IVEN MORE TIME TO PAY IN-
Direct election of United States sen
ators is proposed by the house of repre
sentatives, a resolution to that effect
being adopted by the lower body of the
assembly yesterday afternoon. The res
olution was presented by Representative
Hyland, and asks that the question be
submitted by congress to the states for
approval or rejection.
The rules committee recoinmendcJ
that the rule abolishing the printing of
house bills he done away with, and thai
the same action be taken in connection
with the rule having reference to the
use of brackets and italics in showing
amendments to present laws.
STALLMENTS—REFERRED TO THE RECLAMATION BUREAU AT
A resolution was adopted ordering
that copies of the house bills and jour
nals be sent to the newspapers of the state text
state. fairs
S. I! No. 3D, relating to the legisla
tive expenditures, was received and Mi.
Fraine asked that the rules he suspended
and the bill placed on its third reading
and final passage. Objection was made,
and the bill was set for consideration
today at 2:30 o'clock.
House committees made reports fav
oring the passage of H. B. No. 44, H. B.
No.. !, the latter'
The resolution introduced in the sen-, H. B. No. 110.—Gorder. Providing
ate by Senator Oversort asking that ad for distribution of blue books a.i ig dis
ditional time be given the owners of trict schools of the state. Joint rules,
land under the several irrigation pro- H.B. No. Ill—Andnts. Increasing
jects in McKenzie county in which t.! salaries district court judges to $4,00'i
make their payments, was concurred in as against $3,500 at present. Judiciary
by the house. It -is directed to the
reclamation department at Washington
Mileage and per diem was reporte.i
by the committee, and with sevral
amendments, the report was adopted
Bills introduced follow:
H. B. No. 08.—Norheim. Dete.-m::i
ing judicial proceedings in cases wher.
lands to be patented are portions of
estate. Judiciary.
The Bull of Porillus.
Perillus of Athens is said to have in
vented for Phalaris, tyrant of Agrigen
turn, TuO B. C, a brazen bull which
opened on the side to admit victim*
who were to be roasted by the fire
which was built underneath. The dy
ing groans of the sufferers resembled
clo.sely (he roaring of a mad bull. Pint
luris gristly admired the invention and
by way of test roasted the inventor
iirsr. Later t!u populace rose in re
hellion and burned Plmlarls.
What They're Not Doing.
When two women get their heads to
gether in parlor it's a safe bet that
they're not discussing the weather.
Dctt-oit Vroo Press.
This I the best day the world has
ever seen. Tomorrow will be better.—
It. A. Campbell.
W
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 Red Lodge Coal
W. E. GLEASON, Manager
Phone One-seven—17
Tin
H. B. No. !»!».—Nestos. Providing
that penalty and interest shall be turned
over to respective taxing districts. Tax
and tax laws.
11. B. No. 100.—O'Connor of Grand
Forks. Regulating the practice .'i medi
cine. Prepared by State Medical so
ciety. Public Health.
11. 13. No. 101.—Johnson. Concurrent
resolution providing amendment to con
stitution providing that three-fourths of
the members of a jury may render ver
dict in misdemeanor or civil caies.
H. 13. No. 102.—Norheim. Relating to
prosecution in information. Jidiciary.
11. 13. No. 10.3.—Morit/. Creating
book commission. State af-
H. B. No. 104.—Collins. Amends
stat hotel inspection law. Pub!!.: health.
H. B. No. 105.—Burns. Establishing
uniform system of accounting in state
banks. Banking.
H. B. No. 100.—Cunningham. Mak
ing annual appropriation of $30,0W to
idemnify owners of glandered horses.
Appropriations.
r.o. 33, and H. B. No
being slightly amended. H. B. No. 3 list of uncollectable personal property
and H. B. No. 38 were recommended tax. Tax and tax laws.
for indefinite postponement. H. B. No. 108.—Price. Prov'ding for
Among the important bills introduced the establishment of municipal courts,
was that of the State Medical societv 1 Judiciary.
for the regulation of the practice of H. B. No. 10!).—Johnson. Appmpriat
medicine, being fathered by O'Connor ihtf $1,050 for state fish hatchery, Ap
of Grand Forks. propriations.
H. B. No. 107.—Price. Relating to
H. B. No. Ill—Law. RehtMig to
powers of boards of county commis
sioners. State affairs.
H. B. No. 113.—Law. Compelling use
of standard width vehicles. Agriculture.
H. B. No. 114.—Peart. Preventing
sale of liquor by associations, corpora
tions or auctioneers. Temperance.
H. B. No. 115.—Knox. Specifying
bond limit. Ways and means.
A Greater Attraction.
Herr Harden told of a meeting at
Gastein between William I. and Fran
cis Joseph. The Austrian sovereign
commented impatiently on the too
pressing attentions of the crowd. "It
won't last long," returned his ally
soothingly. "Bismarck will be here di
rectly, and then no one will look nt
us."--London Spectator.
We inny forgive those who bore us.
We cannot forgive those whom we
bore.—La Itochefoucauld.
Disadvantage In Last Resort.
If you must write love letters, wait
until after you are married and write
them to your wife. Then you may
feel perfectly safe—unless she decides
to sue you for divorce on the grounds
of insanity. -Purk.
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