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4 I .• DISAPPOINTMENTS. if GOVERNOR DEFENDS HIS POSITION AND SAYS THOMP80N WAS Fargo News: Who is F. L. Thomp eon? 'This was the question asked by most ipeople when told of Governor Burke's appointment for United States senator yesterday. Word of the appointment was re ceived by the Daily News a few min utes after it was made, and soon spread like wild fire about the city, and up_ to a late hour was the mosf interesting subject of conversation at the clubs and hotels. It is seldom that a man so little Madame Sembrich The World's Greatest Soprano Will appear in concert recital at the beautiful auditorium of the State Normal School. Valley City, N. D.f Monday Evening, November 29th, 1909. She will be assisted by Mrs. Frank LaForge, the brilliant young pianist, and Mr. Francis Rogers, one of America's most popular baritones. This is the most important and most expensive musical event ever undertaken in North Dakota. The time, the place and the singer, all conspire to make it an artistic suc cess. Seats may now be reserved •by writing the undersigned. A printed diagram of the auditorium will be sent to all inquirers. Address all communications to Mr. Howarq" E. Goodsell. Dean of the Conservatory of Music, State Normal School, Valley City, N. D. THE BEST MAN AVAILABLE rOR THE PLACE COLONEL HIL- DRETH OF FARGO HAS "NOTHING TO SAY—FOR ONCE."—SOME Fourt Street, known receives such signal honor, and this phase of the situation re reived full discussion in the absence of any statement from the governor as to the reasons why he made the choice he did. (Among the democrats, so far as they could be interviewed last night, there was a general sense of disap pointment, although none of them cared to criticise the governor's dis cretionary power in the matter, but they argued that there was so much good material available, it was strange that a dark horse should be selected. Colonei Hildreth declined to be In terviewed on the subject, merely stating that the News tcould quote him as saying: "Colonel Hildreth is silent—for once." Few among the democrats said they had even heard of the appointee, and among the republicans he was almost an unknown quantity. Among the latter' P. H. Rourke seemed to state Cough Stopped Finest, purest, most pleasmat to use, and elves Instant relief to coughs or hay fever and catarrh. Get Free Sample atyourdronrlsfs, orSBoand GOo sanitary Kondon tubes. Always keep bandy. Or writ* Kondon Mia. Co. Minneapolis. Minn. OKDON'S CATARRHAL JELLY •/. the prevailing view when he said: "With all the splendid talent the governor had to select from, I think he ha8 made a mistake." Congressman Hanna said: "I know Judge Thompson very well and he is a mighty fine man personally and will do the state'credit. As a member of the North Dakota delega tion in congress, I know I can get along very nicely with him." Colonel Hlldreth's friends are, of course, very much disappointed, but they acquiesce in the choice of the governor and are hopeful that It Is for the best. 5 Governor Burke, when asked by the NewB if he cared to state his reasons for appoint ing F. L. Thompson senator, said: "I appointed Judge Thomp son becauee I believe it the test selection under the cir cumstances and because I be lieve it will prove more satis factory to my party in this state. Judge Thompson is a sound democrat, a man of the strictest integrity person ally, and I believe will be a credit to his state." "How about his intimate business relations with C. J. •Lord, one of the leading stal warts of the state?" was asked the governor. "Judge Thompson is a dem ocrat, and his business rela tions will cut no figure with his duty to his party, and he can he relied on, I am sure, to do the party credit," replied the governor. "Many friends of Judge Thompson have been here for several days, strong ly urging his appointment," continued the governor, "and under the circumstances I deem his appointment in the best interests of harmony." $85 PAID SALESMAN. We want a salesman. We will pay $85 per month. Reference. State present position. Address F, care of Tribune, Bismarck. N. D. Second nana cook stoves and Heat ing stoves taken in trade, can be bought at low prices from Wolbert Hardware Co. Do not fail to come to our Third After Supper Sale Saturday, Nov. 13th. Sale commences 7:30 until 1 0 o'clock. It will be to your advantage to read Saturday's list of Special Bargains offered for this sale. No goods sent out on approval or exchanged after the sale Read Saturday's Rd for Special Bargains BI8MARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1909. CAUSES CONSUMPTION If you have catarrh, don't fool yourself into the belief that It is a harmless dieease. At least one-half of the consump tion in the world can be traced to catarrh. Here are some symptoms of cat arrh if you have any of them get rid of them while there is yet time. Is your throat raw? Do you sneeze often? Is your breath foul? Are your eyes watery? 'Do j-ou take cold easily? Is your nose stopped up? Do you have to spit often? Do crusts form in your nose Do you blow your nose a great deal? Are you losing your sense of smell Does your mouth taste bad morn ings? Do you have to clear your throat on rising? Do you have a discharge from the nose? Does mucous drop in back of the throat? Hyomei is guaranteed to cure cat arrh, sore throat, coughs, colds, croup and bronchitis, ov money back. Just breathe it in. Complete outfit, in cluding hard rubber inhaler, $1.00 extra bottles 50 cents. Leading drug gists everywhere sell Hyomei. Len hart Drug Co., guarantees it •Drop a postal for our free book, Booth's Famous People. Booth's Hy omei Co., Buffalo, N. Y. The First Day Out. Steward-Did you ring, sir? Trav eler—Yes, steward, 1—I rang. Steward —Anything I can bring you. sir? Trav eler—Yes, st-steward. Bring me a continent. If you have one. or an island —anything, steward, so 1-lul-long as it's •olid. If you can't, sus-sink the ship. London Tit-Bits. A Changed Girl. "How is it that Julia is so jealous and quarrelsome? She used to have such a sweet disposition!" "I know, but the past year she has been singing in a church choir."—Bal timore American. Defined. Johnny Wise-Pa. what Is a prospec tive bridegroom? Mr. Wise-Well, my son, a prospective bridegroom nowa days is a young man prospecting foi an heiress.—Punch. TTT CO BISMARCK N. D. NO AIR LINE If.' SIGHT. Present Aeroplanes Not Intended to Carry Passengers, Say* Curtiss. Air craft for commercial usages are not a possibility of the near future, ac cording to Glenn H. Curtiss, the fa mous aeroplanist. "The airship in its various designs Is for the present a machine intended $olcly for sport," he said. "Any ma chine strong and powerful enough to carry passengers in any numbers or freight will not fly. "No one has yet been able to solve the problem of counteracting t,he ef fects of air currents. Frequently a machine will behave grandly against a high wind, then again it won't. Ev ery aviator takes a chance and hopes for the best every time he makes an ascension. "It will require years and years to perfect the airship. I won't live to see it. It now looks as if some revolution ary change in construction will have to be made before air craft are to be come a commercial means of transpor ration. "In their present state of perfectiou airships are splendid sporting ma chines. The element of danger ap peals to every red blooded man. As an aid in warfare the airship has al ready arrived. Reconnoiterlng parties will be able to view the enemy's works and possibly throw explosives into his camp. This, however, is the extent of the practicability of air craft for the preseit." At the Bookstore. Unattractive Spinster—Can you get me "A Man to Love?" Bashful Clerk fir—ah, you might ask the gentleman at the next counter.—Uncle Remus' Magazine. God grants liberty only to those who loTe it and are always ready to guard and defend it—Webster. Point* on the Market. Old Gentleman (in broker's offlce Now. what do you think I might buy? Broker—You ougbt to have some Char tered. Old Gentleman—Why. I was only thinking coming up in the train that 1 ougbt to sell some Chartered. Broker (who wants a commission)— Well, that's not a bad idea, either.— London Financial Times. iUaw)»iw^'iiuiiiiti»*iiMiuiwMiii'iiini8aHSK«aat THREE He Beat the Baker. His name was Johnny, and be was the Idol of his mother's heart in spite jf what the neighbors might say to bis detriment. "You'll get my bread today before returning to school, John," remarked bis mother to the boy while be in dulged in his midday meal. "Yes. mother." answered he and shortly went forth to carry out bis mother's wishes. "A quartern of bread—yesterday's, please." murmured John sweetly as be tendered flvepence halfpenny In pay ment of the two loaves forthcoming. "Bread has gone up. my boy. one halfpenny." remarked Mr. Dough as be held out bis band for the needful balance. "When?" queried John, thoughtfully ss the prospect of a distasteful double Journey flashed across his mind. "This morning, my lad. If that is any consolation." Johnny's face brightened visibly. "Yes. I think it is." he remarked spas modically, "for It was yesterday's bread I ordered." The baker concluded be had no claim.—London Telegraph. The Candle Tree. One of the wonders of the vegetable kingdom Is undoubtedly the candle tree of Panama, known to botanists as Parmentiera cerifera. This tree produces from its stem and older branches a great profusion of yellow ish, cylindrical, smooth fruits, twelve to eighteen inches long, which appear exactly like wax candles, as the botan ical name Implies. So close is this resemblance that travelers, seeing the tree for the first time, are liable to be temporarily puzzled as to whether the candles of shops are made in factories or grown on trees! Tbe candle-like fruits are suspended from tbe branches and bare stem by short slender stalks, dangling in the air. and readily give the impression of the chandler's shop. As night falls and tbe numerous fire flies move among tbe fruit this impres sion la Intensified. Tbe Inexperienced traveler is not infrequently informed that tbe fireflies perform tbe doty of lighting up these "candles" at night when light is required by the denizens of the jungle—London Strand. A Lien Gate. A lien gate is a shed, generally of oak, over the entrance of a church yard, beneath which the bearers paus ed when bringing a body for inter ment Here the clergyman met tbe body and read the introductory part of the burial service as be preceded the funeral train into tbe church. Ex amples of old lich gates are still to be seen in many country churchyards. In Wales they are more modern and are usually built of stone. Some of the old I1ch gates are formed with one wide door turning on a central pivot and self closing by means of a rode pulley wheel in tbe roof and a atone weight Inclosed in an Iron frame, a primitive but effective piece of ma chinery. In Herefordshire they are also called "seallage" or "scallenge" gates. "Lich gate" is derived from the Anglo-Saxon lich, a corpse hence the north country "lyke wake."—Iioo don Answers. Hypnotic Power In Animals. An interesting Instance of tbe hyp notic power possessed by a good many animals is given by a correspondent of tbe Glasgow Herald. One morning, outside Elgin a blackbird waa ob served to be standing by the road side, paying no heed to tbe footsteps of the passerby. It was gazing fixed ly at four young weasels under the hedge, which were approaching in a semicircle, apparently to surround It Just then a warning cry was heard from behind, uttered presumably by the parent weasel, and the young ones disappeared in the hedge. The bird still remained powerless and immova ble, and only after repeated urging did it fly to a tree near by. when it gave forth a weak, frightened sound, as though still nuder the influence of the terror which had arrested its faculties* A Mild Hint. Two guests came to spend the even ing and didn't know when to depart. The host and hostess were patient with them, very patient, but when 11. 12 and finally 1 o'clock struck tbe husband realized that something must b« done. He was an original chap, and in his droll way he looked over at his wife and said mildly: "My dear, hadn't we better get up to bed? Our friends may want to be going." The Separation. "1 understand that she is separated' from her husband." "Yes." "Oh. tell me all about It What did. she do?" "Nothing. He died." It Waa Hard. Hamfatter Hamlet (tbe actor)—That bard foiled egg gave me a beadacbe. His Friend—You shouldn't eat bard boiled eggs. Hamfatter—1 didn't eat it A fellow hit me with it behind tbe ear. Coaxing. Mrs. Brown—I'm afraid to let you have a bicycle. Little Johnny—Don't feel that way. ma. Even if it did kill me. remember that It would be tbe last tbing I ever asked yon for. He Waa Out Short-lf Long calls with that little bill tell him I'm ont. Mrs. Short—But that would be telling a falsehood: Short—Nothing of tbe kind. I'm Out of cash. Great men are they who see that spiritual Is stronger than any material force.—Emerson. '\:f T-.