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PAGE? Ml 1 ki I i- a O'CONNOR OUt AFTEft'TIFTEEN YEARS'SERVICE Valued Emptote of the State Has Record of Never paving Injured Anyone. •M. J. O'Connor, who had 1 "«?n mo torinan and conductor «m the capitol street railway's ono car .since Iht in auguration of scrvico oil this solo (North. Dakota state-owned publis util ity, resigned his post this week. .ilei has bpou succeeded by Jack Wruy, who formerly was at. the state peni-, teritiary. I M. J. O'Connor served in his dr..-N capacity for more than l."» years, uiui In all of this time he did no* hav^ an accident nor subject the state to a fin gle damage suit. Among the thou:5-| ands of passengers who he caiTio.l were the legislators in attendance at eight general assemblies .one special I session and the Cowan impeachment I trial, and all of the great men of1 North Dakota have ridden tvim. "Mfckie" at one time or another. Hej is an institution which will be m'sse.l by capitol employes and visitors. -BUY W. S. S.- "AMERICA'S ANSWER COMING" Tho picture is assembled rom 000 feet of film taken by -the I S. of the general stoff. It is exhibited by the Divisions of Films of the Con mlttoe tho and its popularity as an exhibition is due to its vivid pictures of Americans over there, vu only by the men who who cut down trees a:: -, assemble lo-. comotives and send simniies to those at the front and tli- whi minister tu the needs of the lighi.:-g men. ASTHMA ^INSTANTLY RELIEVED WITH 03 MONEY REFUNDED Ar: AW DRUGGIST TOTAL TOTAL 304 MAIN ST., 1 4% ,i'w.wwoaifwJI&•** :4U**etasi£1tr.*v.x TO ORPHEUM MONDAY Second United States Official War snows vivtd American Activities in France "America's Answer," tho second Tnited States official w: pictures, will be seen at the Orpheum theatre next Monday, Nov. IJth GOODBY, WOMEN'S TROUBLES The tor-hires and discomforts of weak, lame und aching back, swollen and bloated feet, and limbs, weakness, lassitude, dizziness, nausea, that tired, worn-out feeling, nervousness, sleep lessness, as a rule have their origin In kidney trouble, not. "female com plaints." These general symptoms of kidney and bladder disease are well known—so is the remedy. Next time you feel a -twinge of pain in tho back or are troubled with head ache, indigestion, insomnia, irritation in tho 'bladder or pain In the loins and lower abdomen, you \vilj. find quick and sure relief in GOLiD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Capsules. This old and tried remedy flor kidney disease and allied derangements* has stood the test for hundreds of years. It does tho work. Pains and troubles vanish and new life and health will como as you continue their use. When com pletely restored to your- usual vigor, continue taking a capsi'le or two each day they will keep you feeling fine anil prevent a return of your trouble. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil Cap sules aro imported direct from the laboratories at Haarleir:, Holland. Get them from your druggist. Do not take a substitute. In sealed boxes, three sizes. ATTRACTIVE Y. W• (. A (trivo tion of public utility rates was argued I in supreme court today on petition of the Bismarck (ins Co., which two weeks ago procured an alternative writ halting proceedings instituted in the district court to enjoin the coming from placing in effect its fifty-cent-per thousand Hat increase in rates, made operative October 1. Miller. ^Ctiger_& I Tillotson, ^presenting the gas com- Jf" (iS. REPORT "HE CONDITION OF THE BISMARCK BANK at Bismarck, in the State of North DUkota at the close of business, Nd vember 1,, 1913. RESOURCES Loans and discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured**'.' Warrants, stocks, tax certificates, claims, etc Banking house, furniture and fixtures. Other real estate Due from othef banks Checks and other cash Items. Cash $ Subscribed and sworn to before m£ this 9th dav of November. 191S. (SEAL) EH NEST G. WANNER, Notary Public. Burleigh County. Correct. Aliest: N. O., Mv Commission Expires I. PfcBAKER. April 1, 1920. BENTON BAKER, liiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii mum urn mi wssxs&Baau *sbspc** \v!NDOW IN LUCAS CO. STORE An unusually attractive window dis „. putv arranged for the I'nited War hk-li is to begin next Monday js shown by the A Signal Corps, A. K. K.. ...der or pour,.. ^,-eet front. The window was "•ft, ,. Fourth street front. The window was General Pershing and under direction aiTange) A ()|)0 (lo |.Ucas Co. in its by .Mrs. A. Graham and Miss Bessie lloman, with the aid of ,- the Divisions of Films of the Com- \(ivertisir.T Manager Andrews of the Ittoe on Public Information through j„ cas io World Film Corporation. ts lb" good work which is being Tho success of •America's Answer d()no ,u it particularly sets ]u ule an( abr01l(1 f1 A hostess ,by he Y. W. houses. The Y. W. C. ,,-1|1(, SOV at their war work in France. The oriraniazi.ui.s which will profit from pkrure talies Americans u, ross the war drive which begins ocean and shows hat is being next en great war work Monday. The quota for Bismarck 0I a fight, bir :v- those who build bridges ^,j,e teams hope to complete and railrtand big plants, 'by those —jv( trifle less than $2 per hftre h) oue rtayday. ,,eSthe drive here in one GAS CASK ARGUED. The question as to whether the dis trict court can assume orignal juris diction in matler affecting the regula- rJ i- ,554.22 boo. So ,820.14 .11 LIAB^LITI, Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid Individual deposits subject to check. 41S4,9iS.TS Time certificates of deposit H21.734.41 Certified checks .'. Sii.fii.) Cashier's checks outstanding Tfil.30 Due to other banks 5,245.18 Stale of North Dakota, County of Burleigh—ps: I, E. M. Thompson, cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. iii $436,597.49 04.33 90.181.21 $621,913.33 $ 65,000.00 33.000.-00 5,5(56.06 512,746.37 $621,312.33 E. M. THOMPSON, Cashier. mil linn mi minimi Frank G. Grambs Successor to GRAMBS & PEET iiiii iii Minn For Up-to-Date Plumbing and Heating Call on or write BISMARCK, N, D. JOBBERS OF AH Work Positively Guaranteed. Phone 561 pnnyfl argued that the'district court Is without jurisdiction In such mat ters that the court has no means of determining whether the rates charg ed by any public utility arc equitable, and that the city's first recourse is through the state railway commis sion. City Attorney O'Hare, repre senting the city of Bismarck, argued that the question Involved^ was a breach of contract, inasmuch as the company's franchise specified the max imum fee whicli might be charged for service, a maximum which the pro posed increase exceeds. ItJs expected the supreme court will hand down its decision within a week. In the mean time, Bismarck consumers of gas were delighted to lind a "surcharge" run-1 nlng all tho way from .r0 cents to tacked to their October bills, and rep-j resenting the company's arbitrary in crease. CUV w. s. s. NORTH DAKOTA FEDERATIONS BACK OF DRIVE Fargo. N. I)., Nov. 1).—Tike North Dakota State Federation of Labor to day passed resolutions endorsing the United War Work campaign which is to begin Monday morning to all labor in the state and recommending that labor contribute generously to the fund. The resolutions are signed by S. S. McDonald, presidents and Con rad Meyer, L. C. Brundage, J. M, John son, Peter Morgan. Frp.uk Miihollan and Harry Pitts, officers and di rectors. The Fargo 'college, although handi capped .with the flu, and with but 150 students present, went over the top with $1,04:: in twenty minutes to day. Bl'Y W. S. S. BISMARCK THEATRE TO OPEN MONDAY. After being closed for a number of weeks, due to the flu the lid has fin ally been lifted and the Bismarck theatre opens Monday with a noted Paramount picture, "The Kaiser's Shadow," in which Dorothy Dalton-is starred. This is one of those intense, thrill ing and dramatic pictures with the jilot woven around iiie working of a band, the Cerman secret service spies, who are finally trapped by the cour ageous sliero. Miss Dalton. This picture has been highly prais ed where it has been shsown in lie east and will no doubt prove a big hit at the Bismarck. Monday niglit. auv w. s. ». NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS IN PAVING DISTRICT NO. 2. The special assessment commission have completed the assesment for the cost of constructing paving under con tract number one with tho Ford Pav ing CompanV in paving district No. Two of the city of Bismarck, North Dakota. This assessment list is now on file In tti&*office/of the city audi tor and is opeH to public inspection. The city commission wi^. act upon this assessment list at the regular meet-, ing to be held November 25, 1918 at •8. o'claok p. m. Any person aggrieved may appeal from the action of tho special assessment commission by fil ing with tho city auditor prior to the above date a written appeal stating therein the grounds upon which such appeal is based. 11 9 It. 49,239.30 30,000.00 9,200.0t C. BURTON. tf.y Auditor. BUY W. S. S. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS IN, PAVING DISTRICT NO. 2. The special assessment commission have completed the assessment for the cost of constructing paving around the court house "block in paving dis trict Number Two of the city of Bis marck, North Dakota. This assess ment list is now on file in the office of the city auditor and is open to pub lic inspection. The city commission will act upon this assesment list at the regular meeting to -be held No vember 25, 1918, at S o'clock p. m. Any person aggrieved may appeal from the action of the special assess ment commission by filing with the city auditor prior to the above date a written appeal stating herein the grounds upon which, such appeal is based. 11 9 It. C. L. BURTON, City Auditor. PUBLIC NIGHT SCHOOL. Enroll in night scnooi at the High School building next Friday at 8 p. in. All persons who have taken out only first papers for citizenship will be given work in civics as directed by the bureau of naturalization. Text book is furnished free. Classes for others in various other subjects" will be offered if there is a sufficient en rollment to justiry the formation of classes. Students who belong to the public day school are not admitted to the night school. 'For information apply to the superintendent. J. M. MARTIN, Sput. 119 11 12 13. UL*V W. F-. S. TRUANT OFFICER APPOINTED. W. S. Casselman has been duly appointed public school truant officer by the city'school board and is authorized to see that' children are kept off the street and in school. He is justified in assuiming that any child who can frequent the streets can be*in school. Exceptions to this as sumption can only be made on an excuse acceptable to the city superintendent, the state's attor ney, the city health officer, or a family physician. Permits to work for the support of the fam ily cap only be issued by the state's attorney. Children found loitering on the streets in school hours will be placed in school by the truant officer promptly and required to remain in school. Parents and^the public are urged to assist in keeping the streets clearxof children who should be in school by phoning the city superintendent's office, number 285, when in possession of infor mation which would help us in this important matter. 11-9 It4 J. M. MARTIN, •City Supt, BISMARC^DAEY fRijMns People Literary GENEROSITY. Paris. France, Xdw. 9.—Read this from the Freie Zeitung o£ Berne, Switzerland—an account oE the visit of Prince Augtist Wilhelm, on$ of the kaiser's six unwounded sons, and his wife to Bromberg: "The couple visited the institute 'for men blinded in the war and talked pleasantly wtth each of the victims, shaking their hands cordially. "To show how much he appreciated GENUINE Instead of Germany consolidating an Empire in Central Peace to Make Food Scarcer German Toys Not Wanted Mr. Wilson's "Cowboy Brutality" Plain Words for William From His Damascus Steel Vacuum-Picked Cotton "An Ambassador .of the Dead" "Cleaning Up" the Orchestras Evil Effects of Competitive Missions The Best of the Current Poetry Personal Glimpses of Men and Events From Maine to California in many ol' the ^high class ^notion picture theaters millions of men and women arc being joyously entertaine'd by The Lit erary Digest's "TOPICS OF THE DAY" feature. This consists of a series of "punch" editorial utter ances^—patriotic, humorous, and thrilling—select-' fed by THE LITERARY DIGEST ffom the newjr ik- CKildren Cry for Fletcher's The Kind You Have Always Bought,^ in use for over thirty years, has boras -signature «f and has beea node under his per sonal 'supervision since its infancy. r* Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Castpria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing, Syrups. It is pleasant. Jt contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its' guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The mother's Friend. CASTORIA (Bears the Signature of Io Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THE eiNTAU* COMWHY. WIWYOBKCITY. And "the progress of the French revolution, arrested at the Congress of Vienna, has fceen extended,' 'by the collapse of Austria and Turkey, according to the New York Tribune. Allies encouraging the development of a group of small independent nations between the Alps and the CarpatMans, betweeru.the Adriatic and the Danube, and in Western Europe. Yet the political task of building the new from the ruins of the old is, never a simple one. The task ahead of «s in Central Europe can, editors declare, be compared only to "unscrambling eggs." The far-reaching importance of the sur-, render of Austria and Turkey is clearly outlined in the leading article in THE LITERARY DIGEST tor November 9tlfT It explains all the many ramifications of the subject, and is illustrated by helpful maps. Other news-topics ^f unusual interest and timeliness in this number of "The/Digest" are: The American Army's "Post of Honor" in the Battle Summing Up the Four Weeks' Fighting of the American Forces North of Verdun November 9th Number on Sale Today—All News-dealers-10 Cents the sacrifices they had made for the liaiser, the generous prince presented each of the blind men with a copy of his photograph.' Talk about antipodes. Europe,'interested & WAGN ALLSI COMPANY (Publisher! of the Famoui NEW Standard DiStfbnary), NEW YORK warming pans for the •Bl'V W. S. S.- MONDAY IS THE DAY. Monday Morping at 9 o'clock. .BUY W. S. S. If I \vere over there." Think o'f that—and do it now—GIVE to the United War,, Work Campaign. ALWAYS i' A- A Healthier, Wealthier, Wiser Land 7 ^German Colonies ^s "U-Boat" Bases Indian Leaders Dubious of Home Rule Invisible Wounds Leviathans of the Rails Sounding Niagara's Rapids Emancipation of Stonehenge Turgenefs Failure The Religious "Communication Trench" Many Striking Illustrations, Including Maps and Cartoons The Digest Is on the "Movie*' Screen! News of Finance and Commerce paper press of, the world. "The Digest" is the first great"hews-magazine to introduce this novelty and it is meeting with.thfc widest popularity. If you have not yet seen THE LITERARY DIGEST'S "TOPICS OF THE DAY" feature at your favorite "movie" theater, why not request the manager tp .present it? 1 /f MONDAY, NOV. 11, 191^- observers now fcee the N High Quality Satisfaction •, and Economy Better Get In Line F. H. CARPENTER LUMBER CO. Telephone M5 Bismarck, N. D. INCOME PROPERTY Buyers of real estate for income purposes ^vill do well to come in and have us show them our listings. 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