Newspaper Page Text
L» 'Nftr *k W. NEW JUDICIAL DISTRICTS ARE MDCHJMPROVED Amendments Cut Out Necessity for Excessive Mileage Con* tained Originally The house had under consideration in committee of the whole this after noon an eltirely new bill redistricting the state judicially. The committee on state affairs took House Bill 124 and eliminated everything after the enacting clause, reporting out its ver sion yesterday. The new bill includes Traill county within the state of iXorth Dakota for judicial purposes, which was not done by the original measure. The six districts as con stituted by amended House Bill 124 are as follows: No. 1.—'Nelson, Grand Forks, Griggs, Steele, Barnes, Traill and Cass, 2 judges. No. 2.—Pembina, Walsh, Towner. Cavalier, Rolette, Pierce, Benson, Kamsey, Eddy, Botineau and Mc Henry 3 judges. iN'o. 3.—Richland, Ransom, Sargent. Dickey, Foster, LaMoure, and Stuts man 2 judges. No. 4.—Mcintosh, Wells, McLean. Sheridan, Burleigh, Kidder, Emmons and Logan 2 judges. No. 5.—Divide, tilt Burke, Renville, Ward, Mountrail, Williams and Mc Kepzie 3 judges. No. 5.—Bowman, Adams, Hettinger. Slope, Golden Valley, Mercer, Oliver,1 Morton, Stark, Grant, Dunn, Billings and Sioux 3 judges. The rearrangements is generally anl improvement. Previously the fourth! district consisted of one narrow slice extending north and south through the center of the state from the South Dakota line to Saskatchewan. In such a district traveling expenses would have been exorbitant. In the Red rivsr valley a much more satis factory districting also has ueen ef fected. All of the country west and South of the Missouri river remains in one district, but it is assigned three judges instead of the two now serving a major portion of this ter ritory. In the Fourth district Judge Allen of Lisbon presumably will share the bench with Judge Nuessle, altho jtansom county, in which Judge Allen resides, is not made a portion of this district. Two counties of Allen's pres-1 ••nt district are transferred to the •Fourth. ne supreme court is given power to divide the work among the judges -in districts having more than one judge. Two judges may hold terms of court at the same place or time. Change of Venue may be taken from one judge to another in the same district, or to another district, or from one county £r/ f* fr Wrflrjif to another. The salary remains at ft,000 as at present, and there is no allowance for traveling expenses HEN CANNOT BUY UNIFORMS Washington, Feb. 5.—Commandant of all army camps have been in structed by tieu. March to prevent the sale or uniforms to officers and men about to be discharged by private tailors. A circular pointed out that under the act to permit the retention of uniforms were restricted the men to the uniform only in which discharg ed. Officers can retain their uniforms but enlisted men must return theirs in four months. FIVE TRANSPORTS HOMEWARD BOUND Washington, Feb. f. Departure from France of five transports all scheduled to arrive at New York or Newport News, between February 10th and 14th was announced today by the War Department. Little Improvement In London Strikes London. Feb. 5.—There was little improvement today in the strike sit uation in London. All underground lines were still tied up except the Metropolitan line with only one line runnig into the city. Thousands of persons again had to trudge long distances to work through slush caused by a sudden thaw. Some government officers and large firms overcame the difficulties by running motor lorries to outside districts. COLDS INTERFERE WITH BUSINESS Dr. King's New Discovery relieves them and keep you going on the job Fifty continuous years of almost unfailing checking cr.d relieving coughs, colds and kindred sufferings is proud achievement of Dr. King's New Discovery. Grandparents, fathers, mother tl'.a laddies all have used and are u:i::g it as the safest, surest, ir.oit plcas-:u to-take remedy they know of. Sold by all druggists. 60c and §1.2£\ Keep Bowels On Schedule Late, retarded functioning throws the whole day's duties out cf ge-:\ Keep the system cleansed, th? apa tite lively, the stomach btaurr. with Dr. Kirk's New Life Pilb. Mi!d tonic ir A ,1 Sli' t' f.|i3 JS. f-* -fl" it ,* Tractor School HINES STATES POSITION ON RAIL ISSUES Washington, Fen. 5.—Out of a dis cussion between Director General Mines and Senator Pomerene today uftveloped a clarification on divergent views on the government ownership of railroads. Senator Pomerene said he could not understand why the Director Gen eral should ask the government to turn to him such huge properties for a period of five years. He did not understand why Congress should tie its hand for such a period. He thought it would be better to turn the roads back to private ownership. Mr. Ilines in reply explained thai he was not advocating the liive year extension as a means of working out a permanent solution, but to give time to develop a comprehensive reform plan. The railroad administration, he said, had no authority to reorganize the railroads. The period would be as an interim nature to solve the dif ficulties. Drive out constipation, promote ap petite, improve digestion, induce re freshing sleep, get renewed strength and health. Hollister's Rocky Moun tain Tea, nature's gift of wondrous herbs. Results guaranteed or money back, 35c. J. Breslow. iSIHII* TRACTOR OWNERS TRACTOR OPERATORS PROSPECTIVE TRACTOR OWNERS and all those who are interested iiwlfeter Farming are cordially invited to attend a free Tractor Sfe&ool'to be held at the,Har vester Building in Bismarck on •w Special charts and other demonstration material has been prepared and the school will be in charge of practical men who will help you solve your Tractor problems. This is not a selling campaign and no sales talks will be made but the purpose of the school is to render a real service to those who already own or may own or operate a tractor later. Remember the school is Absolutely Free and that you will be welcomed regardless of the make or kind of tractor you own or are interested in. iM.. International Harvester Company of America fell 4 :-.v' I A 1- 1 •v. -fa) It*. -1 in 'mi IU*MKH(1!& fffif!1B* TMWWH fc SAYS 500,000 MEN* JOBLESS Washington, Feb. 5.—Urging the House rules committee to give right of way for passage of legislation pro hibiting immigration for four years. Frank Morrison, secretary of the American federation of labor, said 500,000 men in the U. S. were with out employment. To Transfer Capital to City of Weimar Weimar, Feb. 6.—The process of temporarily transferring the Ger man seat of government from Berlin to Weimiar Is expected to be complet ed tomorrow, when Count Brockdorff- ELDALLO Each Cigar in its own humidor Judge Knows-it so Most delightful aroma WERTHEIMEK BROS. BALTIMORE. MO Mlltlllllllllllllllillllllllltlllllllllllllllllllll'i Just I Arrived Our line of Spring Goods in all shades and colors. All our clothes are made at home. Prices Moderate NICHOLS The Tailor I 115 Fourth St. riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiTniillililiilllllilliiiiiillilllilillllllilllilllliliiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiii. Bismarck, N. D. 3 M" MA. Vi T'V L-, •V.' .. •*, .-t •w if ii 1 tA Rantcau, the foreign secretary, will reach here. The five members of the cabinet and the executive officials ar rived early this evening. The present government considers its mandate expires with the conven ing of the constituent assembly ana its first task will be to move the »p- of tha BLADDER relieved in 24 HOURS iv«n« w?&(MIoy) %acb Caj milo b«ar» tl noma r—ngreofcounterfeits "The Home of Service" Also the Home of Chevrolet, Hudson and Hupmobile Cars and Parts When in need of expert mechanical work, bring your car to us. Look over our battery department, it is the most completely equipped in the state. AUTOMOBILE PAINTING You will be interested in com* paring our work wtyb th^t of other shops MISSOURI VALLEY MOTOR CO. CARL PEDERSON, Mgr. Bismarck North Dakota qoj dolj|a| i- atuC ft KK .0 V, J- \U •v' -wawiakaMjiHai. pointment of a new coalition govern ment, in the organization of which party interests will be eliminated. Old Hickory lignite sold by Finch Lumber Co., phone 17. BISMARCK (yrud p|i|M||dredweight for tie last year, tneir profit was only !7-- I In other words, if we had paid $13.13, we would have made no profit Or, if we had received a quarter of a cent per pound less for dressed beef we would have made no profit. It is doubtful whether any other business is run on so close a margin of profit. .v I .•'% ...... bringing the producer and the consumer pretty close together^-which should be the object of any industry turning raw material into a useful form. •V This remarkable showing is due to enormous volume, perfected facilities (packing plants strategically located, branch houses, refrigerator cars, etc.), land an army of men and women chosen and trained to do their special work. This, and many other points of interest, are found in the Swift & Company Year Book for 1919, just published which is brought out for the public as well as for the 25,000 Swift & Company shareholders. The Year Book also represents the packer's side of the Federal Trade Commission investigation, upon which Congress is asked to base action against the industry. Many who have never heard the packer's side ate sending for the Year Bdok. -kv-.'-A*' Would you like one? Merely friail your name and address to the Chicago officerand the book wiU come to you. Address Swift & Company I ?•, Union Stock Yards, Chicago C. A. Pinch Lumber Co. for Mori, arch coal. Phone 17. Phone 75, City Fuel Co. For the Beulah Coal You Can Knroll at Thla MODEL OFFICE PRACTICE achool under guarantee of a sat isfactory position aa soon as competent or your tuition re funded. Send for particulars. When you know more about this college and what it has done for hundreds of the moat successful business, men and women, you 11 attend. Write G. M. LANGUM, Pr«s Bismprclt, N. D. Do Not Take Chances on the Weather We are going to have a lot of bad storms before spring. Fill up your coal bins with some of our good coal and be prepared. Our Bearcreek, Kooi and Black Diamond Coal will keep your house warm through the most severe weather. This coal is adaptable for all kinds of heating plants, mc rarges, and will hold fire all night. Give us a trial order and be convinced. •$ & J|jj F. H. CARPENTER LUMBER CO. Phone 115 Bismarck, N. D. I & Company paid, say—13 liVe^becj?lat- 13 cents! v'7.' 1 t..V --siv-" .t 3T-- »»,. til v," «. 4.W- s:wWi •%, J.