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DUES FOR IIS 11118
Bismarck Dealers Express Interest
in Coming Palatial Attractions
in New York and Chicago
Xew York's great automobile show
will bo hold in the Grand Central Tal
ace building from January to Janu
ary II!. The .second greatest auto show
in the United States will be held in the
Chicago Coliseum from January 27 t1
February 3. These dates wore made
public this week.
Hismarck automobile dealers are
inking much interest in Hie coming
shows and no doubt several will be re
presented at both 1 lie Chicago and th
New York events.
TO ATTEND REUNION
OP ATHLEtlC STARS
OF IOWA UNIVERSITY
C. u\T. Kirk, manager uf ihe Hi:
marrk branch of ihe Mair.hall Oil
company, Mrs. Kirk and their two
children left today for their former
LOW ROUND TRIP
December 1 to 31
Liberal Stopover and
Secure Information and
W. A. DONALD, Agent
A. M. CLELAND
General Passenger Agent
St. Paul, Minn.
St. Paul Outdoor Sports
Jan. 27 to Feb. 3
Distance today is no barrier to business.
Minutes have replaced miles.
Letters and Night Letters
expand the limits of your selling territory to
the margins of the seas. Wherever Western
Union goes, business may be had at little cost.
THE WESTER! UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
home at Marshalltown, la., where
they will spend Thanksgiving with
her parents. While in Iowa Mr. Kirk
will attend the annual athletic, re
union of Iowa university at Iowa
City. Mr. Kirk is a member of the
university advisory board on athlet
ics. which is composed of captains of
former teams. In the spring of 190S,
tlie Bismarck man captained the Iowa
baseball team, and the fall of that
year he headed the Iowa football
Low Pressure Reported in Canad
ian Northwest—Means Fair
and Higher Temperature
Government weather officials ai
nounced this morning that a high pres
sure, and moderately low temperature
prevailed this morning over the nor Lit
em part of the country. Light scatter
ed snowfall lias occurred in the upper
In the Canadian northwest, lie re
ports that there is a low pressure ac
companied by fair weather, and higher
temperature. Indications are that the
southeastward movement of this low
pressure will result in fair weather in
North Dakota tonight and tomorrow
with higher temperature tonight in the
north and the west portions, and ii
the east portions Wednesday.
THE DRINKING OF WATER
(By M. C. Lucas, M. D.)
The general conclusions of the latest
medical scientists proves that drink
ing of plenty of pure water both be
tween meals and with one's meals is
beneficial to health. It has also been
proven by means of the X-rays and
actual tests upon many healthy young
men that the drinking of water with
meals is not harmful to digestion.
Those suffering from a catarrhal con
dition of the stomach will find benefit,
in adding about 10 grains (one-sixth
of a level teaspoonful) of baking-soda
to a pint of hot water, drinking it a
half hour before each meal. Such as
are inclined to hyper-aciditv should
drink a pint of medium cold water,
two hours after meals. If you ever
suffer from headache, lumbago, rheu
matism or any of the symptoms of kid
ney trouble—such as deep colored
urine, sediment in urine, getting out
of bed at night frequently and other
troublesome effects, take a pint of hot
water and a litth Anuric before meals.
These Anuric tablets can he obtained
at almost any drug store and were first
discovered by Dr. Pierce.
American men and women must
guard constantly against kidney trou
ble. because we eat too much and all
our food is rich. Our blood is filled
with uric acid which the kidneys strive
to filter out, they weaken from over
work. become sluggish the elimina-
live tissues clog and the result is kid-1
ney trouble, bladder weakness and of-1
ten the poison reaches the tissues,
causing rheumatism and gout.
When your kidneys feel like lumps'
I of lead, when your back hurts or the
urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or
you are obliged 1o seek relief two oV
three times during the night, when
you suffer with sick headache or dizzy,
nervous spells, acid stomach, or you
have rheumatism when the weather is'
bad, ask your druggist for Anuric. I
have found in practice that Anuric is
more potent than lithia and in most
cases is will dissolve the .uric acid as
hot water does sugar.
Paul Revere in his famous
ride, shouted the word of
"WARNING" to his countrymen.
The "Minute Mn" knew what this
warning meant: that tiiey- had
reached a crisis In their life that called for a
fight for «xUt*nc». S.SJ. ku bt«n "•bout*
tec", "WARNING", »g«ln»t the iava*i«u
•I *anMnd'« common mnr—BAD BLOOD.
9.S.S. WARNS you NOT to «n»s«4«h*
unfailing symptom* of Ami* that fol
lows la tho wako «f Impure blood.
S.S.S. I* PURELY VEGETABLE. It
•uildt up tho ontiro system in
rejuvenation of health.
Writs our Medical Advisory D«
partmcut for free advicc.
Atfrcw THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
179 Swift Building, Atlanta, Ca.
Blue Serges, $15.00, now
$20.00 (all colors), now
$25.00 (high grade), now
Work Shoes, $4.50, now
Work Shoes, $4.00, now
Hi^li Tops, $6.50, now ...
Dress Shoes, $5.00, now
Dress Shoes, $4.00, now
Felt Shoes, $3.00, now
Norfolk, $5.00, now
BISMARCK DAILY JjtlBUNB
Just What You Smokers Have Been Waiting For
We HaVe Taken The Agency For The
in Bismarck, and will hereafter handle all the leading Brands of cigars made so famous by this corporation.
Cigars of all sizes, shapes, blends, and for all prices, from the stogie at 3 for 5 to the richest blend of Havana tobacco at 2 for 25
Make this store your cigar headquarters. Here you will find just the cigar for you. You won't have to take what
you "can get" but you can get "what you want."
Warrant Held for Her Charges
Disorderly Conduct Hear
ing Tomorrow Afternoon
Effi^ Gregg is back io Bismarck.
Yesterday she was in the city jail. To
day she is out again pending her hear-
Bswaro of cubaU*
tutos aad da iiQt sc*
c«»t them. Ttiero.ia
but a genulaa
TAILOR IN CONNECTION, SUITS PRESSED 50C
fng which was continned until tomor
Eflie, colored, has lived in Bismarck
several years. Recently a warrant
charging disorderly conduct wasi
sworn to. Effle was the principal
Price* 10 and 20c
Oliver Twist, $4.00, now
W. EPPINGER STORE
IS BEING SOLD AT COST AND BELOW COST
This cold weather brings home the fact that you want winter garments, and this sale represents low prices on these garments
Right now, at this time of the year, when merchants are reaping their harvest, we are offering winter garments at ridiculous
THE ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE SOLD. Come in tomorrow and outfit yourself, from heavy Shoes to a New Hat
Wheii this stock is sold never again will you have such an opportunity to outfit yourself at the prices we are quoting
Two-Pants (Suits), $6.00, now
Blue Serge, $6.00, now
$10.00, now ..
Lamb Collar, $6.00, now
YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS
$12.00 and $15.00, now
$3.00 Hats, now
$1.50 Caps, now
$1.25 Caps, now
35c Sox, now
65c Wool Sox, now
25c Sox, now
named. It never was served. She left
But she came last week and was
sighted by the police and taken before
Judge Dolan to answer to the charge.
She gave as her excuse for leaving the
in tht 13th Episode of the Modern Society Novel Gloria 'g Romance''
UNIVERSAL FEATURES PRESENT
In the Fascinating Five*Act Photo Drama
''Temptation and the Man''
DOUBLE PROGRAM FOR ONE ADMISSION
I SM A
Lease and Fixtures for Sale
The A. W. EPPINGER STORE
$2.00 Union Suits, now
$4.00 Wool Union Suits, now
$1.50 Union Suits, now'
$1.50 Union Suits, now
$1.50 Twopiece Suits, now
50c Two-piece Suits, now
$1.50 Flannel Shirts, now
$2.00 Flannel Shirts, now
$3.00 Wool Shirts, now
$1.25 Fine Shirts, now
75c Black Satin Shirts, now ...
$8.00 Wool Sweaters,
$5.00 Wool Sweaters
TUESDAY NOV. 211916
city that she took her mother to the
hospital at Rochester.
Wanted—Corn for feed. It can lie
snapped with the husk on. Georg
In 'Th* Meltinf Pot'