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(Special to the Tribune) COLLEGE VIEW. Nebr., Jan 17.— The biggest convention of Seventh day Advent ists that has ever taken place in this city convened yesterday and will continue until January 31, •when the joint biennial sessions of the Centraljind Northern Union Con ferences of that denomination assem bled. 4 Nine of the northern and central states—Nebraska. Kansas, Wyoming, Colorado, Missouri. Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota are represented. The first five states are included in the Central Union Con ference, and the last four in the Northern Union. Thest union con ferences are made up of several local conferences, which are scattered throughout the diffirent states. Com prising *he Central Union Conference are the Colorado. East Kansas, Neb raska, North Missouri, West Colorado. West Kansas, and Wyoming confer ferences. and the St. Louis Mission Field. The officers of the Central Union Conference are: President, E. T. Russell. College View Vice Presi^ dent, A. T. Robinson, Bonlder. Col. Secretary. Miss Mettie E. Cornell, College View. In the Northern Union Conference ar. the Iowa, Minnesota, North Da kota and South Dakota conferences. The officers of the Northern Union are: President, R. A~ Underwood, Min neapolis Vice President. M. N. Camp bell, Nevada, Iowa Secretary and Treasurer, T. D. Gibson, Minneapolis. IS WITH STATE TREASURER. Bowbells Bullltin: J. L. Coletti, who was the efficient stenographer and book-keeper of the Lyon Land and! Loan Company for some time, and who the past year was serving in the same capacity of the Portal State Bank, received word yesterday morn ing that be had been assigned posi tion as private stenographer to Gun der Olson in the state treasurer's* office at Bismarck. Joe left last even ing to take up his new position. He is a bright young man and, will All the position with credit, BREAKS IIP A COLD IN SEVERAL HOURS There Is not one grain of quinine in Pape's Cold Compound, which, when taken every two hours, until three consecutive doses are token, will surely end the grippe and break up the most severe cold, either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly relieves the most mis erable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverishness, sneez ing, sore throat, running of the nose, catarrhal affections, soreness, stiff-* ness and rheumatic twinges. Pape's Cold Compound is the re sult of three years' research at a cost of more than fifty thousand dollars,! and contains no quinine, which wet have conclusively lemonstrated is effective in the eatment of colds or grippe. Take this hr.mless Compound as directed, with he knowledge that there is no other medicine made any where else in the world which will -cure your cold or end Grippe misery •as promptly and without any other as alstance or bad after-effects as a 25 cent package of Pape's Cold Com pound, which any druggist in the world can supply. JEWELRY That has quality and shows the good taste of the wearer.. Here are Broaches, Rings, Neck Chains, Pens, Lockets, Brace lets, etc. for women. Watches, W a Chains, in and other jewelry or men. We sell the very best standard watches a other goods. OUR PRICES ARE LOWER. We do repairing at special prices JOHN QASCHK 4th St. Next Q. P. Hotel Bismarck Tbmt Im »»_ Therm is Only On* NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST SEVENTH ADVENTISTS MEET "Bromo Quinine" Laxative Bromo Quinine OMDI79 011 Always remember the full name. Look •JT this .signature on erery box. 36c. FRYINO'PAN INTO.THE FIRE Bench. Jan. 17.—Some time ago E? liejmty Sherriff Morris was given a warrant sworn out by Attorney Wal dron, as ag^nt for the First National apprehended Bank, for the arrest of V. H. Daggitt, who was charged wit'u taking mort gaged property from the state. Mr. Morris ascertained that Daggitt had gone west and started in pusuit, but to most people it looked like a "wild goose chase." However, he finally lo cated him in San Francisco, where he learned he was living with his wife. He was placed under arrest and re turn to Beach. On arrival here, he made satisfactory esttlement wita the bank by giving a deed of his farm in payment, and was discharged. Al most immediately following his re lease he was again apprehended on charge of maliciously shooting an animal on the 24th day of October 1st past, Alden Mosher being the complaining witness. A charge of venue was taken from Judge Heath's court to Judge Bond's and the hearing set for January 6 at 2:30 p. m. all parties being present and agreeing to said time and hearing. On the date set the defendant ap peared in person and by his attorneys Jefferson & Jones State's Attorney Gallagher being present in the interest of the state. The 6th coming on Saturday, court adjourned until Mon day, January 8, at 9: JO a. m. at which time several witnesses were sworn in and testified on the part of the state. Defendant's pttorn then asked for a dismissal, claiming that the state had, failed to show facts sufficient to prove a public offence. The motion was denied. Several witnesses were then sworn in and testified in behalf of defendant, Daggitt taking the stand himself with an endeavor to prove his innocence. The counsel then argued the case to some extent, but, after carefully) considering the evidence it appeared to the court that there was sufficient cause to believe that the crime men tioned in the complaint had been com mitted and that there is probable cause to believe defendant committed the crime. Therefore, in accordance with his belief, the judge ordered and adjudged that defendant be held ot district court under $400 bail which was soon furnished, Messrs. Horace ai and E. D. Bartle going his bonds. The case will be tried at the next sit ting of the district court which con venes some time In June. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. *\J*** Your druggist will refund money if I PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure anyi £le- case of litching, Blind, Bleeding or Protruding Piles In 6 to 14 days 50c. People say about some fellows. They're al ways neat, clothes fit and nicely pressed, the better appearance attracts attention be cause it carries an air of prosperity. The Secret is Cloth Pressing Right Over at Gunderson's Shop 1 Clothes need not be •high-priced just keep them in shape and looking at and dressy by patronizing A OOUt IM OAT.<p></p>SWJL** MR WINDOW MEDORA, Jan. 17 charged. While Deputy Sheriff John Madison was bringing Alfred Marvin*to Medora to answer to the state on a question of dealing in liquor, Marvin dashed thru a win dow of the moving car at a point this side of Sentinel Butte and made es cape in tha dark. Marvin had been in the act of selling liquor at Beaoh, and as bound over to the district court by a justice of the peace. While on their way he asked permission to visit the closet and it was thru a window of the com partment that he made his exit. Mr. Madison came to Madora then went to Sentinel Butte from where he prosecuted the search. Having left his cap on the train, Marvin tried to gat one at a nearby farmhouse he, tried to get lodging also but was re fused and, when found next day by deputy Madison, he was ten miles! from the railway. He was brought to Medora next day with his movements greatly hampered by handcuffs. Oni his arraingment Wednesday he enter ed a plea of guilty to the offense GREAT FESTIVAL IS (Special to the Tribune) DEVILS LAKE, N. D., Jan. 17.—The greatest Scandinavian festival in the history of North Dakota, dated be tween July 1 and 10, is the present plan of the North Dakota Chautauqua association. The proposition has al ready been taken up by Dr. W. K. Hocking, secretary of the association, with leading Scandinavians who are greatly enthused with the suggestion. Correspondence has been opened with Dr. F. C. Gade of Christiana, Nor way, who will make a tour of America this summer as emissary of the Nor mande for Bundit, an organization which includes the Scandinavians of the world and of which he is vice president and active leader. Dr. Gade is looked upon by Norwegians of this section as one of the greatest men of the father country. 'He will attend! a meeting of the grand lodge, Sons of Norway, as well as the saengerfest at Fatgo in July, and for this reason it is expected no trouble will be experi enced in bringing him to the Chautau qua at Devils Lake. The tentative program for Scandi navian day includes a big picnic at noon, to be followed by an address w,hichT,ti11f Swell" aU^tK2_?» P°B8l, ta le Beat 3t5W peo- I he tt me light opera will be sung in Norwegian, or a drama be produced by some or ganization of the lake region. RESUME OF GLIDDEN TOUR. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE to Donor of Trophy Pays Tribute Car* In the Run. Bfy Charles .Glidden. JACKSONVILLE. Fla., Jan .17.— The 1JL- Glidden tour has passed in to history and compared to previous ones the run just finished here will make a favorable^omparison with the others. When it started from New York October 14. on its 14B0 miles to this city, there were many who said it would not be anything more than a pleasure ride that it was not going to be a real test of the cars that everyone would finish with a clean core. Anyone who has followed the ac counts of the trip knows now that there was plenty hard work to it that the cars were given a most se vere test that the drivers were forced to use their best endeavors to prevent penalization and as a con test it ranked well with its predeces sors. No team gave the participants in t!ie tour more of a surprise than the trio of Metz cars from Wlaltham, Mass. When they started away for the long trip some of the motorists smiled at the audacity of Charles i.^cz for making th eattempt, be cause they were the lowest priced cars ever in any tour. Yet the great, er part of the trip the Metz and Max well teams were tied, and not until the motorists had to go through that punishing nigh,, rtde in Virginia was it possible to cheek their suc cess. And while the team lost out Mr. Metz has the satisfaction of proving to the public that his cars are a success, ana it was well worth the effort. The trio of Metz cars were there at the finish .having mo tored over every mile of the road. WE ARE GRATEFUL FOR THIS MILD WAVE-IT HAS BEEN GOOD FOR THE GOAL BUSINESS For we have got kind of caught up, have replenished our stock and are ready for the heavier needs of the public during January and Fbruarv. Washburn Lignite Coal Co. Phone 453 TRADE WITH US. Wednesday night. Special bargains. News of the State v**^***********-* Minot is long on bowling this" win- ter. The pool rooms in Williston have formed a trust of their own. The coal supply is said to be Tun ing short at Beaoh. The Woodman of the World will organize a lodge at Beach. tiie county offices at Stanley. Jamestown already has two announ ced candidates for mayor at the city election to be held in March. Mrs. Win. Kennedy of Valley City whose husband recently froze to death while in a d-unken stupor las given birth to a child and she is in destitute circumstances. A gang of thieves has been operat ing among the farmers near Caning ton ibis winter. Late threshing seems to have given them a good opportunity to get away with the grain. Judging from the number of con victions had in the different terms of district court around the state this winter the Williston Graphic thinks the pardon board will have a busy session at tis next meeting. The Beach Chronicle is not satis fied with the appointment of offlicial papers in Billings county. The Chron icle claims to have the largest cir culation of any paper in that county and "t as not designated by the com missioners. —0— As yet no clue has been found as how the recent fire started at Mc Clusky. It is said to have been of incendiary origin. Packard and Ployhar of Valley City were on hand at the insurgent meet ing at Fargo. The case of the state against Ar mour & Co., meat packers, was taken under advisement at Fargo by Judge Pollock and his decision will be an nounced later. Mrs. David Sansburn was severely burned about the body when a can of oil with which the hired girl was lighting a fire in the kitchen explod ed. She succeeded in extinguishing the blaze by wrapping a blanket about her body. The Hansboro News has entered upon its third year. It is a pretty good town that supports as good a paper as the News. The corrupt practice act may pre vent political headquarters in this state. Senator Cashel and wife of Graf ton have gone to California for the balance of the winter. The Milnor orchestra is making a Presbyterian Brotherhood will be giv tour of that section of the state. en Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock to —0— !all men of the church. Those who ex- A lodge of Homesteaders has been organized at Minot. A doughnut lifter has been pat ented by Julius A. Rund of Barton. A number of farmers in the vicin ity have lost horses this winter, and most of the deaths have been caused from eating too much flax straw. Scenery is being painted at Minot for the new municipal opera house at Kenmare. Editor Jack Charmley of the Ken mare News had trouble in collecting a bill against the city for witness fees. The Kenmare News thinks that common law marriage ought to be de clared void In North Dakota—after ading the Jim Jam Jems. The blowing out of a soft plug in one of the boilers in the Langdon light plant caused some commotion for a time. Billy Irysh notes that Hettinger slipped one over on Mott by holding a series of revival meetings. Walhalla wants one of the agricul tural state high schools to be des ignated in March. The water tanks on the Walhalla branch froze up last week and it was necessary to fill the engines pul ling trains with pails. I. Bertrand who was conductor on the Linton line for some time was recently elected at Jamestown as Chief Conductor of the Order of Rail road conductors. SHOULD BE bONE IN BISMARCK. Mott Pioneer Press: We un derstand there is a movement 8» on foot to circulate a petition among the merchants of Mott, remonstrating against the atti tude of the N. D. Ind. Tel. Co. in forcing their patrons to pay a month's rental in advance. Tha Batter Way. "It Is better to trust and be deceived than to be suspicious of everybody." "Tee, bnt it is Just as well as a rale to keep your bank account in your wife's name if you are going to do any widespread trusting." Chicago Record-Herald. Though flattery blossoms like friend ftilp. yet there is a great difference la lie fruit—Socrates. BROTHERHOOD WILL ENJOYANNUALBANQUET _______ PRESBYTERIAN MEN WILL HAVE ANNUAL EVENT THURS DAY EVENING. Elaborate Program of Toasts Will Follow the Feast of Good Things to Eat. The third annual banquet of the An expert account is checking up pect to come are asked to notify the secretary of the committee, Mr. John Forister, or Bergesons' store where Uckefls can be purchased. The menu will be up to the usual standard of high excellence. The program, with Mr. Iver Acker, pres ident of the Brotherhood, as toast master will be as follows: Male Quartet Messrs. Halverson, Chase, Welch and Humphreys, Hopes and Fears of the New Year Don't fail to attend special sale on all granite ware at The Wonder this week. la Prepare a Tasty, Tempting and Appetizing Dish •f Macaroni or Spaghetti,yoa moat have a Duron Wheat product. MOTHER'S MACARONI has •Ichcreamyflavor,andambercolor when cooked. It ia guaranteed to bo made of the beat Durum Wheat Floor. Aakfor GOOD J. L. Bell The Church and the Young Man.. Thome Dickinson Why the Church Should Be Run By Men E. M. Thompson The Church and Education. •. C. L. Young Vvffcv the Scotch are Presbyterians ..' Judge Bruce Male Quartet. CASCARETS FOR A SICK, SOUR STOMACH ..Gently, but Thoroughly Cleanse and Regulate Your Stomach, Liver and Bowels, While you Sleep. That awful sourness, belching of acid and foul gaseso that pain in the pit of the stomach, the,heartburn, ner vousness, nausea, bloating after eat ing, feeling of fullness, dizziness and sick headache, means indigestion a disordered stomach which cannot be regulated until you remove the cause, stomach is as good as any. It isn't your stomach's fault, your Try Cascarets they cure indiges tion, because they immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, re move the sour, undigested and fer menting food and foul gases take the excess from the nver and carry off the decomposed waste matter and Then your stomach trouble is ended forever. A Cascaret tonight will straighten you out by morning—a ten cent box. from any drug store will poison from the intestines and bowels keep your entire family feeling good for months. Don't forget the children —their little insides need a good, gentle cleansing, too. A LEAKAGE THAT CAN BE EASILY STOPPED Some think there is economy in buying the cheap "Big Can" Baking Powders, These Baking Powders are not always uniform, and sometimes' produce failures in the baking, and the result is that more is lost in one or two spoiled bakings than you spend on baking powder in the whole year. Th© cheap "Big Can" Baking Powder should be avoided. On 'the other hand, many housewives feel that a baking powder is of no value unless they pay 50 cents a pound for it—the price charged for the high priced "Trust" brands. This is a mistake, as the best baking powder that can be made can be sold for 25c per pound if the manufacturer is sat isfied with a reasonable profit. There is one brand on the market that meets Start the New Year For Success By Opening a Savings Account With This Bank You will find it to your dis tinct advantage to begin your business career with a checking- a here. Small accounts welcome. WEONESDAY JANUARY looking clothes that stay good looking is the easiest and most expressive way to describe our "Stein-Bloch" Suits. We have a very good assortment of men's and young men's suits carrying this a ranging in price from $15.00 to $30.00, and every gar ment is fully guaranteed. C. M. DAHL Dahl Bldg., Main St. Bismarck, N. Dak. 1 '. THE ORIGINAL HAS THIS SIGNATURE 17,1912. these requirements. /It is CALUMET BAKING POWDER, recommended by leading physicians and chemists used in millions of homes and given the Highest Award at the World's Pure Food Exposition. LAST CHANCE FOR FREE LAND. A reservation of fertile valley land is now open in Mexico. Homesteads ree. Only requirement is to have five acres of bananas planted within five years. An authorized Improve ment Co. will plant the bananas and market them on shares. Your share should bring $200 per acre. Address The Rio Tonto Land Co., Black 167, Greensburg, Pa. They are distribu tors for the U. S. You need not go to Mexico. Special Sale this week on granite ware at The Wonder. U. S. DEPOSITORY Also Depository for Gov. Postal Savings Bank Funds First National Bank BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA Established in 1879 Capital and Surplus $150,000 SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOB BENT The Savings Habit Stories of Success Is the Foundation for Independence. CHARLES M. SCHWAB all Two dollars and a half a week in a Penn sylvania store was a modest beginning for the great steel King, Chas. U. Schwab. "Can stakes? he was asked when he applied for work in one Wf of the near-by mills. "Yes," was bis reply, "I can drive anything." "Will you work for one dollar a day?" "Certainly," said this am bilious boy, "I will work for any thing I can fret." His rise from a dollar a day at Ftalte-flrivlng to perhaps the larg est apiary in the world reads like a fairy Mory, •'Kwv.. body," says Mr. Schwab, 1 p\-p-'.'tt-1 to 'Jo in's duty but the one who aioi'fi than hid duty is the on* to -:iif.-cPPiV Or.e c.itv, ti'vl an important duty, li liij-i- savings account." You v.'H! rov«... in wealth with tli- mo-" y.-.-j intend to save. Tliero jr.nil ?. Bi\Tir. today you wi!l congratulate mvst P.V.ll tO"'0 yoursc A Culla. start the account.