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HAS TWO
Associations Organize Under Pro.
visions of Rural Credits
Act
The rural creditfc law is responsible
for two federal loan associations be­
ing started within the boundaries of
old Morton county, but which are now
both located in the newly organized
county of Grant. One is the Leith
Loan association and the other is the
Raleigh Loan association. "County
Agent Gaumnitz is responsible for the
organizations, as, if it were not for
his instigation in the matter the farm­
ers would not have taken up the loan
matter pertaining to the rural credits
law until next spring, when tfiey an­
ticipated starting.
The Leith Loan association at the
present time has applied to loan $35,
iM)0 and the Raleigh Loan association
seeks $20,000. Both associations have
applications for additional loans, ag
gregating about $80,000. Those inter­
ested in the new associations arc en­
thusiastic and believe the rural crcd
its law to be one that will greatly
benefit those who take advantage of
the opportunity offered.
The directors of the Leith Loan as­
sociation are: Gottlieb Link, George
Herron, Simon Peterson, Charles
Bleick and Frank Emch. The last
named Is secretary and treasurer of
the association. Thie directors of the
Raleigh Loan association are: N. E.
Rosworth, secretary and treasurer
Mathew Peterson, A. J. Smith, H'enry
Ottson, A. IE. Evers, R. C. Christen
son.
60,582 PEOPLE I
Fill I
Majority for Dickinson Institution
More Than 17,000—Other
Items
The Dickinson Normal' school pro*
ject met favor with «0,582 North Da­
kota voters in the recent election. Offi­
cial figures as announced by the state
canvassing board today show that 103,
916 people votes on this question at
the general election 60,582 voted yes,
and 43,334 no.
None of the other special issues com­
manded nearly so much attention from
the electorate: On-the new hospital
for the ifisane, 49,001 voted yes, and
44,456 no. On the repeal of the mill
tax tor terihina) elevators, 51,889 votfci)
yes, and 47,035 no. The vote oh ttife
bootlegging amendment was 52,572 in
favor of adoption and 42,956 against.
All of the referendum measures and
constitutional amendments submitted
at the, general election carried by sub­
stantial taajorities.: In theease of the
IJkkinBon Normal school, the project
received E^ot only a majority of all th^
votes cast on the question, but it ma­
jority of all tftfe votes'Qirtin the' getlkr
*1 election^'." "n
APPRECIATE TURKEY BOX..
TriendS of Co: A at the Capitol are
receiving letters eulogistic of thei
Thanksgiving box dispatched to the
'border by "patriotic ladles of Bis-!
marck. There was something" good
for everyone in general, in addition
to the individual treats sent the boys
by their friends, and the troopers
"sure did find a place for the good­
ies," as one boy expresses it.
HERE FROM WjNG.
Humphrey Bailey of, Wing was in
the city yesterday transacting busi
neBS
and calling on friends. Mr. Bail­
ey reports three Inches of snow in the
Wing district. He will leave shortly
for West Virginia, for a several
months' sojourn at his old homs^tbere.
ATTENbINO FARfilElf#? MCETIMQ
Among, the men in tlie city yester*
day attending the meeting of the Far­
mers' union were George N. Varnum,
of Menoken, representative-elect C.
O. Kell, state republican central com­
mittee and David Trygg,\ a prominent
farmer of north of the city.
COWBOY AND T0 FEA'f
UftE,
A genuine cowboy band will be a
feature of the Lahr Motor Sales Co.
Bismarck-to-Toledo special train,
which will leave Bismarck on Satur­
day evening for a visit to the Willys
Overland factory. The band has been
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points from Bismarck to Miles City.
Everyone of the 25 musicians will ap­
pear in cow-boy costume, with chaps,
sombreros, bandanas and passionate
shirts, and they are expected to make
a hit when they turn loose in the staid
old Ohio city.
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pi CLUB HOUSE
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Alpha Mu Associations Incorpor­
ates for |20,000 To Invest
in Home
•ioA handsome clubhouse is to be add­
ed to the already fine collection sur­
rounding the Agricultural college
campus. The Alpha Mu Alumni Build­
ing association, incorporated for $20,-
000, was issued a charter by the sec­
retary of state this week.
The incorporators are: Rufus B.
Lee of Gladstone, Robert M. Dolve,
Roy O. COote, Ira S. Nelson and Lloyd
E. Kelly, all of Fargo.
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Cat* Against Gandy and Callahan
•Dismissed by Judge Dolan
Lack of Evidence.
Wesley Gandy and John Callahan,
Mandan young men arrested last
week as suspects in connection with
the theft of the Dawson machine from
in front of the Bismarck theatre, two
weeks ago, were given their hearing
before Judge Dolan this morning arid
dismissed because of lack of evidence.
The machine, owned by E. A. Daw­
son, a Sixth street grocer, was aban­
doned on the crossing near the Mis­
souri bridge, struck by a freight and
demolished.
INVESTIGATION OF
ELECTION EXPENDITURES
ASKED IN RESOLUTION
Washington, Dec. 7.—A resolution
calling for a joint committee of the
house and the senate to Investigate
the expenditures' of money to influ­
ence-the result in the recent presi­
dential and congressional elections
was offered in the house today by
Representative Hastings. An appro­
priation of $100,000 was asked to de­
fray the costs of the investigation.
OF
EQUITY CLOSED
St. Paul, Dec. 8.—Addresses by C.
J. Brand, personal representative of
President Wilson, and Manager J. O.
Crites of the Equity co-operative ex­
change, and the adoption of resolu­
tions, one urging public ownership of
public utilities, closed the three days'
session of the annual convention of
the Equity co-operative exchange here
tonight.
"American farming will never be
what it should until it is thoroughly
organized, and organized in the hands
of the farmers," said Mr. Btend.chief
of the marketing, division of the fed­
eral department of agriculture. "The
ifarmer must see his product through
to the consumer just as far as econom­
ic conditons will permit* and the grow­
ers, by proper organization, can con­
duct their business just as economical­
ly and efficiently as any other class of
citizens."
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GASES UP
AT THIS
TRIAL
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Case Against Attorney Purchase
of Dunn County and State
Against Spies
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Fifty-five cases, IS of which are
criminal, are scheduled to come up at
this term of the district court which
opens Tuesday morning, December 12.
Of the criminal docket many of the
cases are from out of the county, or­
ders having been filed for a change in
place of trial. 1'*,
One of the important outside cases
to be tried before Judg6' Nuessle is
that of Attorney H. Purchase of Dunn
county, who will face a charge of em­
bezzlement and forgery. It is alleged
that H. Purchase, as attorney for
CharleB Jentzen/ administrator of the
estate of AldreW Lipter of Dunn coun­
ty, "did by virtue of' said employment
receive and rake i^o his' possession a
certain check of the tenor of )2,0*25.08
and did willfully, unlawfully and fraud­
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DAILY TRIBUNE
Gay Night Life in The Golden Cabaret, in "Experience" at Bismarck Auditorium, Monday, Decernber 11th—Adv.
ulently appropriate 'such check and
proceeds thereof tq his own use."
The case of the state against F. J.
Durant of Sibley Butte towship, charg­
ed with assault with a dangerous wea-.
pon on J. P. Spies of Bismarck, on the
opening day of the hunting season,
will also be called at this term, as
well as the case of Spies against Dur­
ant, the former suing the Sibley Butte
farmer for $5,470.15 damages by reas­
on of assault and shooting.
Durant, who is now at liberty, on
$2,500 bail, yill be presented by Attor­
ney F. H. Register of this city. Spies
has engaged as his counsej the law
firm of Miller, Zuger and Tillitson.
PERSONAL SURETY SONDS.
Because of the high cost of bonding
company surety, it is probable that a
number of state officers will'give per­
sonal security bonds. Among these
will be Carl R. Kositzky, state-auditor
elect, who already has lined up his sur­
eties.
Nothing is more'fitting and appropriate for a Christmas pres­
ent than a watch.* And there is no one thing that will please
any member of tlie' family like a good, Reliable timepiece that
can be depended upon to give yon the correct time, anytime
We are featuring watches this Christmas because we are es­
pecially desirous of making an impression on our customers
that will bring thein back the next time they are in need of
reliable jewelry.
Our line is very complete. We feel it is the largest and most
complete line west of the Twin Cities, and we are SURfc our
prices are much more reasonable.
We will lay aside any watch for you-if you do not feel you
can pay tjie full amount now,
dome in and see. them and compare prices, at least^
Successors
Every Saturday we will deliver a box of cut flowers of extra v^ilue to any part of the city for the.special price of $1 each.
A Fine Boquet
Each week will bring something different and each offer will be of exceptional value, rfotliing but the freshest tff flowers just cut at our
large%greenhouses will be usedin these special boxes
This week's box will contain Roses, Carnations, Narcissus and Greens.
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To Cure a Cold in One Day.
Take LAXATIVE BROMO QUI­
NINE Tablets. Druggists refund mon­
ey if it fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature is on each box.- 25 c'^
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BP YOU WANT SOMETHING EXTRA
FINE, SOMETHING NEW AND DIF­
FERENT THAT MEN AND BOY8
,WEAR, CQME TO THIS SPECIALTY
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FOR A MAN'S CHRISTMAS
Lounging:'^obes
Bath Robes
Raincoats
Sweatiers
Mackintoshes
Fancy Vests
White and Black
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Marx and Hirsch Monogram Belt
Wickwire Suits
7 Overcoats
Sport Coats
House Coats
Buckle
SilkReefera
JBilk Mufflers
Full Dress Protect
v- ers
Gloves, kid, silk,
dress, fur'
Hhirtt'':.
Collars
Night Shirts
Pajamas
Hats, derby, soft,
silk
Dress Vests
Hart Schaffner &
Marx and Hirsch Fur Caps
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Wickwire Full House Slippers
Dress Clothes,
$30.0C
Cravats
Mufflers, knitted
Suspenders
Garters
Silk Shirta
Canes
Handkerchiefs^
Half Hose, in boxes
ootton, .lisle and
"silk.
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CUSTOM TAILORING A SPECIALTY
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