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--.. 6 V" EIGHT NEW COMET SEEN AT MINN. SCHOOL Northfleld. Minn., Dec 9.—A Teport of the discovery of a new comet has been received at the Carlton observa tory, and Dr. H. C. Wilson, the direc tor, confirms the report. The new comet was seen at Goodsell observatory last night by Dr. Wilson, through a five inch finder. The posi tion as observed by him is 6 hous 16 minutes S seconds in right ascension, with a declination north of 34 degrees 50 minutes. The comet is in the icon stellatlon auriga, 5 degrees southwest of the star Theta. The comet itself, said Dr. Wilson, is a very diffuse body. It is round, has no tab whatever and the head itself is* very faint—so faint, in fact, that the body would not have been observ. ed if search was not made directly jjt,«wa^ww This Applies to Ou Entire Line Our many satisfied DIAMOND Customers proves conclusively that they have received their money's worth. Our stock of loose and mounted DIAMONDS is composed of some very rare gems. 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In Dr. Wilson's opinion, it is most probable that this coemt is an entire ly hew one, never before observed. A careful searA of the record of known comets whose appearance is expected leads to the utmost certain conclusion that this one has never be fore been seen. What Shall I Buy? The list below contains a few suggestions that may help you to decide. No gift is more acceptable than A USEFUL ONE. We show many patterns in most of the articles mentioned and would be pleased to have the opportunity to show you through our stock. Bra*s Beds Iron Beds Box Springs Cotton Felt Mattresses Costumers Chiffoniers Princess Dressers Dressers Morris Chairs, automatic and regular Sewing Rockers Hcosier Kitchen Cabinets Card Tables, several, styles. 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We are in a position to order any leather goods you may desire. If you will come and see our stock so that we may be able to order and receive same in time for Christmas. COWAN'S DRUG STORE. MICROBES IN THE SCALP THE LATEST EXPLANATION 18 THAT MICROBES CAUSE BALDNESS. Professor Unna of Hamburg, Ger many, and Dr. Sabourand of Paris, Prance, share the honor of having dis. iaovered the 'hair microbe. Baldness is not caused through a few weeks' work of these hair mi crobes, but is the result of conditions brought about by their presence. Bald ness may not occur until years after the microbes begin work, but it is certain to come sooner or later. .... The microbes cut off the Wood supply. They feed on the fatty mat ter about the roots of the hair through which the blood is absorbed. Finally the fatty matter is consumed, the food suipply of the hair is gone and It starves and -Anally dies. Resorcin is one of the most effective germ destroyers ever discovered. Beta Xaphthol is a most powerful, yet antiseptic, which prevents devel. opment of germ matter, and creates a clean, healthy condition. Pilocarpine, although not a color ing matter or dye, is an ingredient well established for its power to re store natural color to human hair when loss of color has been caused by a disease. Borax, because of its well defined softening and cleansing properties, is most useful in the treatment of ticalp and hair diseases. Glycerine acts as a stimulent to the hair bulbs, and thas a soothing, healing and nourishing In fluence. Alcohol is indispensable in 'medicine because of its antiseptic, stimulating and (preservative quail. ties'. We want everyone who has scalp or hair trouble to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, which contains all these ingredients. If it does not give you icomplete satisfaction in every par ticular, we will return every penny you paid us for it, forfchmere ask ing without question or formality. Of course you understand that when, we say that Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will grow hair, we do not refer to cases Where the roots are entirely dead, and the head has the shiny ap. pearancefof a billiard ball. In cases like this* there is no hope. In all other cases of baldness Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will grow hair, or cost the user nothing. Two sizes, 50 cents and tl. Remember you can ofbsain Recall Remedies In Bismarck Only at our store—The Rexall Store—Lenhart Drug Store. •.' .' "*"+—•—•-,-*—" BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 10, 1609. COOK'S LAWYER Asked flatly if he had or had not withdrawn from Dr. Cook's ajfairg, Mr. Wack said: "This is not the time for an announcement. It might be thought I had deserted Dr. Cook in his need. He may be delirious in a sanitarium or on the ocean unable to defend himself." A close friend of Mr. Wack reiter ated, however, that Mr. Wack had long ago decided to close dealings with a client who did not keep his counsel Informed of his intentions or movements. To this phase of the situation Mr. Wack gave this contribution: "Dr. Cook," he said, "has disap peared of his own volition and not by the suasion of his friends. I last heard from him by telephone on Tuesday November 23. I had seen him personally two days before. Last night Dr. Cook's friend, Chas. Wake, confessed to me that he had not the faintest idea where the doc tor now is and that he had not heard from him since Tuesday November 23. "My very urgent letters to the doc- 'i Points of value in Vassar Union Suits Seams made right Cuffs on sleeves and Legs prevents creeping. Fits like a glove. Brice within•-reach of all. See them at 1' &** '^i lift -^2 f"b V1 A tf"*i R.LBEST&C0. ... '. ,•'... ...j. ].. :i ... .J i.,,., .. :. •••...•• .. iniMii'iih'iiMMt* -J- -l-»i«.•i—».i, ...,-* SCENE FROM "THE CLIMAX" AT THE BIJOU ON MONDAY NIGHT. .Continued from page 1.) there is an agreement tonight for the first time among those who always believed that Dr. Cook discovered the north pole, those who have never be lieved and those who hae waited to be informed on disinterested author ity. Partisans and skeptics alike now concede certain cardinal facts which admit of no argument, namely: Dr. Cook has sent his records to the university of Copenhagen for the in spection of a commission. Two men —one a broker who says he acted as a go-between and one, a skilled nav igator—have sworn that they sup plied the doctor with a complete set of fabricated observations, covering his trip northward step by step to the pole, in agreement with his narrative as originally published. These sworn statements carry within themselves their own proof or disproof. "That is to say, if the papers now in the hands of the university of Copenhagen contain any considerable portion of the Boreal observations which Captain August Loose says he worked out, 'by the reverse route," no farther north than the Gramatan Inn in Bronzville, N. Y., the deduc tion is that Dr. Cook felt no confi dence in the adequacy of his own proofs. "If on the contrary, the Copenhag en records show that Dr. Cook made no evident use of the calculations Captain Loose says he supplied, it will be fair to assume that he ac cepted them only as checks on his own data. The inquiry will then re vert to its first status are the origi nal observations of Dr. Cook suffi cient?" ..(••'.^M«f.-j,-»-'U*»INil*.*. tor have remained unanswered, al though they demanded a reply from any man solicitous for his own af fairs." Others of Dr. Cook's friends grant ed tonight that Captain Loose con sulted freely with him and oven oc cupied rooms adjoining his at the Gramatan Inn. Whether this pro pinquity served as an opportunity for co-operation merely, or for col lusion, is a point on which not even Captain Loose cared to pronounce positively. The captain, however, went freely into his own motives this afternoon. "I went to Dr. Cook," he said, "Thinking I could help him. A short talk convinced me he was ignorant of some of the essentials of naviga tion. My task enlarged, but that was no question for me to debate so long as I was paid. Now that the payments have ceased and the doctor has disappeared, I speak out. "I supplied the figures. They'were gratefully received. What use was made of them is bound to appear." APPROPRIATE XMAS GIFTS. We have on display a complete line of leather goods as samples. We are in a position to order any leather goods you may desire. If you will come and see our stock so that we may be able to order and receive same in time for Christmas. COWAN'S DRUG STORE. I Try the Tribune want columns!) 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This harmless •preparation will di gest anything you eat and overcome a sour, gassy or out of order stomach five minutes afterwards, If your meals don't fit comfortably, or what you eat lies like a lump of lead in your stomach, or if you have heartburn, that is a sign of indiges tion. Get from your pharmacist a 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsln and take a dose just as soon as you oan| There will be no sour risings, no belching, of undigested food mixed with acid, no stomach 'gas or heartburn, fullness or heavy feeling in the stomach, nau sea, debilitating headaches, dizziness or intestinal griping. This will all go, and besides, there will "be no sour food left over in the stomach to poison your breath with nauseous odors. Paipe's Diaipepsin Is a certain cure •for out of order stomachs, because it takes hold of your food and digests it just the same as if your stomach was not there. Relief in five minutes from all stom ach misery Is waiting for you at any drug store. These large 50-cent cases contain more than sufficient to thoroughly cure almost any case of dyspepsia, indiges tion or any other stomach disorder. I PERSONAL. I —Attorney H. R. Bitzlng of Mandan was in the idty Thursday on business. —Rev. Leo Kaufmann of St. Viiy cent, N. D., was In the city yesterday and made a pleasant call at the Trib une office. —HP. W. Clyde of Ashley, came up on the Sob last night. —'E. E. Troxell of MoKenzie, was a guest in the city over night. —F. A. Little of Fayette, formerly of this city,, Is in town visiting his 'brother.lnllaw, John French. —J. W. Robinson and wife of Gar rison, came down from that village Thursday afternoon. T. —J. N. Whitman of Devils Lake, was a guest in the city Thursday. Try Tribune Want Columns, 1 Try Tribune Want Columns, A Xmas Suggestion .•' 1 1 "s. ." genuine No. 1 leather as low as Make your selections early. We will store them free of charge slid deliver as per your instructions. A. W. Lucas Co.