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4 4* 4* el* e 4* 4* *f Former price $12, sale price Former price $15, sale price Former price $18, sale price 4*## 4* 4* 4* 4s All other goods proportionately low & 4* & ^f ORGANIZATIO N IS COMPLET E Beltrami County Bar Associ ation Adopts a Constitu tion and By-Laws. DEMANDS PURITYIN THE RANKS OF THE PROFESSION. High Personnel of the Bar Prom ises a Career of Usefulness For the Association. The second meeting of the Bel trami County Bar Association was held at the office of Gibbons & Torrence at 8 o'clock yester day evening for the purpose of adopting a constitution and by laws to govern the association. The bar was very largely repre sented, and manifested great in terest in the meeting. The com mittee on constitution and by laws, consisting of F. E. Craw ford, John F. Gibbons and Henry Fimkley, handed in their report, and the by-laws and constitution were discussed at great length, the discussion finally resulting in their unanimous adoption. The constitution and by-laws were along the same lines as those adopted by other bar asso ciations throughout the state,and particular attention is directed to Article 3 of the by-laws, which is as follows "In addition to the duties which usually devolve upon the president, it shall also be his duty to examine and investigate any case of professional miscon duct by any member of the legal profession residing in the County of Beltrami, or practicing in the courts therein, and when in his judgment a case warrants further consideration, he shall call a meeting of the association for further action in relation thereto. The accused shall be notified of the time and place of said meet ing, and at such meeting may show cause, if he so desires, why disbarment proceedings should not be entered against him, but in the determination of such question he shall not be entitled to vote. The question of the in stitution of disbarment proceed ings shall be determined by a majority vote of all other mem bers present, and if it be the Handkerchiefs Ribbons Belts Purses Wrist Bags Kid Gloves Waistings E^ire Yarn Mitts Golf Gloves Shell Goods Dolls Photo Albums Toys S A Capacious Stocking. There was a decided sensation at a down town store yesterday when a well dressed woman was discovered stealing a quantity of lace from one of the bargain counters. The woman had been around the store for some time looking over goods and when turned over to the police she had a stocking full of trinkets. They were returned to the owners and the woman begged for leniency so hard that it was granted. Christmas Suggestions toc ffi 4s jfe "I3 3 sense of the meeting that such proceedings be taken, then it shall be the duty of the president to have such disbarment made and to conduct the necessary proceedings to that end." The object of this by-law is manifest. Its aim is to shield the public against the trickery of imposters and to prevent un scrupulous and dishonest'men of the profession from getting a foothold. Any person having a grievance against an attorney in Beltrami County, is, by this by law, afforded an opportunity of presenting the same to the presi dent of the Bar Association, whose duty it is to inquire into the nature of the offense, and to take the matter up before the association for final determina tion. If the charge of the agrieved person is found true, immediate action will be taken to have the attorney disbarred from practic of law. No small degree of credit should be given the Beltrami Bar Association for not only en deavoring to keep and maintain the legal profession upon the high plane where it belongs, but also for affording the laity pro tection from impositions of all kinds. This by-law affords pro tection for the attorney from any and ail unjust aspersions rights the wrongs of the agrieved client, and cannot but be productive of good results. It is evident that the Beltrami County Bar Association will prove a very influential organiza tion and that it will help mater ially in the progress of Beltrami county. The officers of the asso ciation are as follows: President, Chester McKasick Vice Presi dents, Henry Funkley and Charles Scrutchin Secretary, Graham Torrance Treasurer, G. W. Campbell. Bti^y Hoods Ff senators 'low Tops lawls 11. 3ck Furs Bed Spreads All Ladies and Misses Hats at Half Price. The Largest Stock and Best Values in Ladies and Children's Underwear and QFVFP^^^Vf Hosiery in the city at 0iWEiU.OVll S fc4* *fe ffiyfe yfe 4* 4* Smuggled Silks. A lady and gentlemen are can vassing the residence portion of the city today offering for sale a line of silks. The lady tells a story to the effect that the silks have been smug gled across the Canadian line quite promiscuously. Those who wish to purchase will undoubt edly find just as good a grade of goods in one of the stores that are patrons of the Pioneer's ad vertising columns. Meets Tonight. The charter commission has a meeting at the court house to night. The various committees will be appointed at this time. Judge Spooner has been heard from regarding the matter of rules for the government of the commission and has stated that the charter may adopt such rules for its government as the mem bership deems advisable. Probating Estates. The final hearings in the estates of Grace L. Stone and Dell Teeters were' had at the court house today. The former consists of real estate to the value of about $1,500 and a brother and sister are the sole heirs. The latter consists of property to the value of about $2,000. A wife and two children minors are the heirs. Schools Closed at Nymore. O The public schools have been closed at Nymore for the past week and if all reports are true there is something doing in the village. The development of a case of scarlet fever, the only one in the village, is responsible for the action. Nymore has no health officer but if it had, it is asserted, the schools would be allowed to continue. Liquor Dealers' Masquerade. The Ketail Liquor Dealers' Association have a regular meet ing tomorrow afternoon. One of the important matters that will be up for consideration is the masquerade ball which the asso ciation proposes to give some time in February. Crossing Lake Irvine. Heavy loads were hauled across Lake Irvine for the first time yesterday, teamsters have re garded the ice as unsafe up to the present time owing to the snow on it. Corsets Silk Mitts Dress Goods Patterns Under Skirts Towels Napkins Table Linens Table Spreads Next Door to .First Nat. Bank. Greatest Clothing Sale of the Season IMWIII' III IIBf MirWllWIMMPPBBMBW1IW Entire Stock to be Sld Regardless of (^ost W are overstocked with Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats, Underwear Shoes, and all kinds of Furnishing Good The season so far has been dull, and in order to move our stock of heavy winter goods at once we will sacrifice every article in the store Take notice of our prices and corn-pare them with what others say: MEN'S OVERCOATS $7-50 9.50 11.50 4 4* 4* 4* to beB Sold Regardless of (^ost Former price $18, sale price Former price $14, sale price Former price $9.50, sale price fe $ 4^fc 4* 4s Th# Palac# Clothing Hous 4'j We Do All Kinds of Tin and Iron Work Pump Steam and Water Pipe Repairing a Specialty A. A This store is the acknowl- edged center for useful Holiday Gifts. 4* ^^e^^c^e^^^f^9^^^9^* e&^^*&c^^^ej^ Silk Suspenders, Fur Lined Mits, Fur Lined Caps All Exclusive Styles and in keeping with our High Grade Line of Men's Clothes _. MEN'S SUITS *fr $ $ f 4? *$ 'l i milium in in ^fyyiy^yy^yyiyvyy^^iiy yyyyyyyfffy^ HARDWARE CHRISTMAS FOOTWEAR FOR MEN AND BOYS Men's $4.50 and $4 Shoes, several lines of d0 Kf\ winter weights, double soles, per pair ^tMmtMM Men's $4 and $3.50 Shoes, broken line in Box Calf. 4 Cordovan, Vici Kid, Patent Calf, in all sizes O Q/\ $3.50 and $3 Shoes in Box Calf. Colt Skin. 9 pr A 4* Vici Kid, Kangaroo Calf, special at ****J\J MILES BLOCK 3 I I PHONE 2 5 0 6&IHr4. THE CLOTHIERS. CHRISTMAS CLOTHING Make Everything in Hot and Cold Water Tanks Hot Water Boilers Chimney Jackets Sinks, Etc ^^M^^tfrflha^Afca Matchless Men's Suits and Overcoat values that no other store can equal, 4, the productions of Stein-Bloch and B. Kuppenheimer Co.'s Clothing, America's Supreme Clothes Makers $15 and $16 Suits and Overcoats $10 4 20 and 22 Suits and Overcoats 15 25 and 28 Suits and Overcoats 18 4 30 and 32 Suits and Overcoats 20 Gifts the^t Men will Appreciat Smoking Jackets, Silk Um brellas, English Brovats, Silk Mufflers,Reef ers,Fancy Vests, Pajamas, Silk Night Eobes, & 4: $12.00 9.00 & 5.85 $*%$*$e 4f $ 4* We Regular $15 and $16 Suits and Overcoats at $10.