Incoming Superintendent, N. C.
INSTITUTION ASKS LARGE
SUMS FOR NEW BUILDINGS
Probably tlie largest appropriation
which the *tate -budget committee will
ibe'called vgion to consider whm it
convenes tomorrow will be thra re
quest of X. C. i-MacDonald, the rwent
]y elected stav.e superintendent ed
ucation, for $'.'0,200, with hi on to
conduct the aiU.iirs of his oilite for
the ensuing two years.
Retiring Sup eriniendeiTi Taylor
•passed the buck to hi. successor,
when the time tcame for making -up
the 'biennfiil 'bui.lget. Some of the
items wlrich Superiutendem-elect.
lists are $17fi.o00 for stale aid to high
schools: $27fe.(!48.30 for state aid to
ntraf school si as represented by the
one-room, grided and vailed consoli
dated .school $4G,H0il- for oflice ex
pense $4,8iii) for ihe salary of the.
state high school inspector and
400 i'or expenses $.15,000 for salaries,
and for' the expenses of state
inspectors of consolidated, graded
and rural sclii ols for county
Holiday Gifts Scarce
agricultural training schools, and $10,
4 (ill for teachers' institutes.
Many New Buildings Asked.
Practically all of the educational
finstitutions under the control of the
state board of regents have their esti
mates in the hands of State Auditor
Jorgenson, secretary of the budget
Large amounts for new buildings
are asked by a majority of the
schools. The agricultural college
asks an appropriaion of '$2") 1,494 for
general expense $221.U:W.S5 for new
buildings and improvements, and esti
mates that with its income, it will
have for use during the two years,
$S4ft.."i.SS. The prpesent. appropriation
of the agricultural college is $184,2151.
The buildings proposed are a science
hall, to cost $G0,000, and an agricul
tural building, to cost $125,000.
The school of science at W'ahpeton
asks $!u.000 for general expenses and
$2i).Wu! for repairs and new buildings.
Its revenue from other sources will
be giving the school a total
of 110,450 for the two years.
The State Normal and Industrial
School asks $12,500 for general ex
penses, and $0.»00 for new buildings
and repairs. Its estimated income
from other sources is $9:5,700. The
present -appropriation is $10.."04.
The state university wants $ 102,
52o Lftr general expense $177.0i 0 for
new buildings. Its estimated income
for the two years is $'i!lM, M0. giving
the institution a lotal of $ti80,2(j0 to
do business on. The present appro
priation is $141,470.
The Minot Normal asks $4(1.340 for
general expenses $i:»o,)00 for new
buildings, and its estimated income
is $ 11 S,2(»('i, -giving it an aggregate of
$2!i,v"'i'ii for the two years. Its pres
ent appropriation is $41,580.
I.Mayville -Normal: General expense,
$71.new building?. $75,000 esti
mated income from other sources.
We have bought early on account of rising market and
scarcity of. some articles in our line.
We advise you to do the same. For a small deposit we will
hold your -early selection until Christmas.
You are invitai to look over our stock, it will be a pleasure to
you as well as .us. Y«u will not be asked to buy as we do not
try to "force a sale."
We are confident, aftnr making comparison of price and quality
mr selection will be at
Po pular Priced Store
Plushes, Wool Velours, Broad
cloths^ Wool Plushes, Plaids,
Tweeds, Etc., at popular prices
Here is your chance to get a
real high cilass Suit at far be
low the holesaie price.
BROADC LOTH, VELOUR
CHECKS, POPLIN, FILE
CORDS, "ETC., Value up to
Hundreds of the newest models
POPLINS, SERGES, CHIN
CHILLAS, "WOOL SATINS,
$3.8 8 to SIS
Over 100 to choose from, each
$12.50 to $25
These are beauties at
$10 to $32.50
7:15 and 9:00
10c and 15c
Goods 44 inches
With Robt. Herron and Tulley Marshall
A Child of the Paris Streets
Also Wm. Collier in "Willy's Wobbly Ways"
$4o,300 total for two^years, $192,91a
present appropriation. $36,900.
Valley City Normal: General ex
pense, $71,000 new buildings, $201,
8(18.28 estimated income from other
sources. $l!)0,(il(j.34 total for two
years, $4li3,4S4.G2 present a'ppropri-j
III II. S.
Held to Have Violated Federal
Acts Regulating Branding of
(By Special Correspondent).
Fargo. N. D„ Nov. 20.—Five defend
ants were found guilty and two not
guilty in the federal court today of
shipping liquor into North Dakota, in
violation of the federal acts regulating
the branding of liquor containers.
The American Cider company was
declared guilty of three counts and
fined $200 on eaciv count. The Nation
al Cider company, guilty on two counts,
was fined ^2d0 on each. John Reese &
Co., guilty on one count, was lined
$200. N. C. Olson Co., guilty on one
count, wasMined $50. Sam Swanson,
guilty on one count, fined $50.
Judge Amidon, who tried the cases,
declared there was insufficient evi
dence to convict George Benz & Sons
and D. Aberle & Sons.
Senator-elect Carol D. King of Aleno
ken was a week-end Capital City vis
I5c 25c 50c
6 ACTS 6
A Classic in Life
Peerless Southern Singers
Milo Beldon & Co.
Farce Comedy, "The Free
"Sue, Louise, Esther," Sing
ing "Old New Songs"
Gillis & Co.
The Perfect Lady Hercules
7:15 and 9:00
10c and 15c
PAINS IN SIDE.
How Mrs. Kelly Suffered and
How Sk* was Cured.
Burlington, Wis.—"I was very irreg
ular, and had pains in my side and back,
but after taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's
pound Tablets and
using two bottles of
the Sanative Wash
I am fully convinced
that I am entirely
cured of these trou
bles, and.feel better
all over. I know
your remedies have
done me worlds of
good and I hope every suffering woman
will give them a trial."—Mrs. ANNA
KELLY, 710 Chestnut Street, Burling
The many convincing testimonials con
stantly published in the newspapers
ought to be proof enough to women who
suffer from those distressing ills pecu
liar to their sex that Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound is the medicine
This good old root and herb remedy
has proved unequalled for these dread
ful ills it contains what is needed. to
restore woman's health sttidftrength.
If there is any peculiarity in
your case requiring Special ad
vice, write the Lydia E. Pink
ham Medicine Co. (confidential),
Lynn, Mass., for free advicV
New York, Nov. 20.—Six were kill
ed and several injured, when the
boileff of the tug. Rambler, exploded
whil6 the boat, was lying at her pier
in the East river.
AMERiCAN FEDERATION OF
LABOR DEFINES PURPOSE
Baltimore, Nov. 20.—The American
Federation of -Labor this afternoon
unanimously adopted a resolution de
claring organized labor should disobey
any injunction "founded on dictum is
property." The resolution asserted
any judge issuing such an injunction
should be impeached.
FUSES FEDEUt CUM
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 20.—W. R. Fer
guson, Milwaukee, went on trial in
federal court this afternoon, charged
with using the mails to defraud. He
is accused of operating a silver-plat
SUIT CALLED FOR FEB.26
(By United Press.)
Washington,- N. D., Nov. 20.— The
United States supreme court today
assigned for reargument on February
26. the government suit for dissolu
of the so-called Harvester trust.
GALL FOR IEA6UE
Non Partisa|l" Henchmen Will
Gather at Fgirgo on December
Fargo, N. D:, Nov. 20.—Announce
ment from' a seiqi-official source today
that the Non-Partisan league member
elect of the North Dakota legislature
will'hold a caucus in Fargo on oV
about December 10, brought the posi
tive assertion from one source, outside
league circles, that the call for that
caucus had already been issued.
The perfection of the organization
of both the house and the senate, cou
pled with a decision as to the legisla
tive program that will be worked out
in this state, is anticipated at the ap
YOUNG AVIATRIX SMASHES
LONG DISTANCE RECORDS
fContlnued from PM* OI»«
trom Nancy. France, to Chelmont,
Poland, via Berlin, 812 miles.
Ruth Law. Chicago to^Hernell. IN.
V.. 590 miles.
.Victor Carlstrom, Chicago to Erie,
Pa.. 452 miles.
Captain de E'eauchamp. Nancy to
St. Dona Diepave. Italy. 435 miles.
Flew For North Dakota.
Miss Law is well known to North
Dakotans. for whom she flew last fall
at the annual state fair in Fargo.
CAR SHORTAGE MYTH SO
FAR AS CAPITAL KNOWS
(Continued from page one)
ern North Dakota. One of the wild
est of these tales relates how fever
ridden Marmarth—*a town which is lo
cated* on one of the finest Veins of
lignite in the state—is coalless. This
condition was "discovered" by a spe
cial investigator of the northwest coal
situation sent out by the Pittsburgh
Coal company. The investigator no
doubt discovered what he was direct
ted to find, and anything which can
be found derogatory to the native lig
nites of North Dakota is welcome, to
the eastern coal barons, who are be
r. .•. r- -'.-.-or -at* rr.' T.f i'
ginning to feel keeftily the competition
of this economical. and efficient fuel.
Marmarth may be' suffering a fam
ine *f $15 anthracite and $10 iMontana
and Wyoming coals. So far as fuel
is concerned, however, it will have
more than (sufficient for its needs ."00
years hence, even though, it may by
that time have grown to the size of
Minneapolis. The same is true of
every other town and community west
of the river. There is hardly a town
ship in all that vast area which has
not at least one lignite mine, supply
ing the neighborhood with an excel
lent grade of fuel at ?1 to $11 the ton.
HERE FROM GARRISON.
L. X. Conklin of Garrison is spend
ing the day in Bismarck, attending to
business maters. He is a guest at
the Grand Pacific.
Copyright Hart Scfcalfircr & Marx
A Job lot of ELECTRICAL
including Ranges/ Broilers, Bake Ovens,
Toasters* Gridirons, etc.
EDW. G. PATTERSON
Proprietor McKenzie and Soo Hotels
Chicago. Nov. 20.—On the heels of
heivy"-political campaigning, Bryan
started a four years' plunge into the
prohibition fight' in an address before
the Chicago Dry Federation. This is
the opening campaign to maliie Ghicago
dry in 1918.
BIG RECEPTION FOR REGIMENT.
St. Paul, Nov. 20.—Energetic prepar
ations for the reception of the Third
Minnesota regiment, national guards,
Several new students enroll
every week, and every one satisfied
with the college in all itja appoint
ments. Students admitted without
examination for either the Book
keeping or Shorthand courses.
English from the lowest primary
branches. Send for particulars.
When you khow what we have
done for hundreds of others, you
will want to attend. i'.
G. M. LANGUM, Pres.
Bismarck, N. D,
Here's Our Recipe for Your
S. E. BER6ES0N & SON
MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1916.
For the base of your Thanksgiving Dressing
pinch back overcoat.
now at the border, was being made to
day. Adjutant General F'. B. Wood,
this afternoon admitted he did not
know when the guardsmen would ar
rive. Each soldier will be given a
physical examination at Fort Snelling,
before being mustered out. This tech
nicality, Wood said, would not take
RECRUIT IN EGYPT.
Berlin, Nov. 20.—The Overseas
News agency says that the British are
seeking recruits in Egypt. Cairo is
considered in the war zone.
Don't sell your Turkeys and
Chickens—until after you call
us up. We pay highest market
& Marx or Hirsh Wick-
wire suit—one, two or three button or belt back
to suit your taste over this goes a belted or
For seasoning add a smart silk shirt and one
of our new four-in-hand ties garnish with a
new Mallory or Knox hat—soft or derby. Add
to this a Nettleton or Walk-Over Shoe.
Special After Dinner Dessert—Swell Dress
Suits or Overcoats ordered between now and
Friday, November 24th, will be gotten out on
or before Thanksgiving Morning.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS $35 to $65
Open evenings. Closed. Sundays. Closed
Thanksgiving Afternoon and Evening
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