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Saturday. November 26. 1910.
GARRISON MANBURNED TO DEATH. Garrison, Mont., Nov. 25.—A shock ing calamity occurred in Garrison last Sunday night, when Malcolm Mac Gregor met in awful death by suffo cation and fire in his house in the southeastern part of town, where he TO THE FBONT Every Dog Has His Day For the past sixty days automobile manufacturers, dealers, traveling men, and the trade in gener al have carried gossip of every conceivable nature concerning the BUICK Company and the BUICK Car. One could hear any kind of a report by keeping an ear close to the ground. IT IS A LONG LANE THAT HAS NO TURNING and the BUICK Company have reached that turn by successfully floating a loan which puts them on their feet with a bang, and places them in better shape than ever before. But in the meantime they were not idle, progress was being made, new 1911 models of the latest improved construction thruout were being built ready for the 1911 season. The BUICK Company is NOT doing what practically all the other popular priced manufacturers are trying to carry out, that is, change the color of the paint, or some other minor detail, and continue the same models for 1911 that they used for 1910. And what is more they started out with the idea that they would be able to unload all of these at the same old 1910 price, but before getting very far they found that the supposed guillible public were getting wise to this fact then in order to successfully get away with the proposition, they found it necessary to reduce the 1910 selling price, which was done forthwith. Later developments seemed to indicate that this would not solve the problem. Consequently it is hard to tell what the next move will be. The fact of the matter in a nut-shell is, that the majority of the popular-priced Companies must necessarily do during 1911, just what the BUICK Company did in 1910, tkatis, make a general cleanup so as to bring out anew model car. Consequently, the BUICK Cars for 1911 are just one year ahead of the others, for their machines will be brand new models, having the latest of everything attached, and not a continuation of the old 1910 machines, which are now being sold by competitive manufacturers under the guise of new models by simply making a change in the paint, or something equally ridiculous. We take it for granted that the automobile buying public are more than "seven" and when they buy a 1911 model—a real 1911 model they expect to receive, and if these manufacturers think they can put something over, they will be sadly mistaken. BUICK cars for 1911 will show the result of the greatest effort on the part of the best trained engineers in America today, to turn out new 1911 models that will be the equal of machines costing sev eral times as much, but at popular prices. Fvrthermore, we have been in the business a sufficient length of time to thoroughly understand that we dare not make these asser tions unless we have the goods to back them up. Another thing, the story has gone broad cast that Sears-Roebuck & Co. are selling BUIC Cars, and at a rediculous price, we want to simply say that this report is a lie out of the whole cloth. Sears-Roebuck & Co. have never sold nor had for sale any BUICK Cars and furthermore we will pay $1000.00 COLD CASH to any person who can prove to the contrary. All our models will be available within the next thirty days, so don't hurry, take a peep at the 1911 BUICK Line before making your selection. We will have something to show you that will be worth waiting to see we have never misled you and will not this time. To The Dealers in the Country We want to say to yon, don't take any stock in the malicious storlos that ara being circulated broadcast concerning the BUICK Company, for this Company is now in better shape financially and In every other way than ever before, and there Is absolutely no truth In eny reports to the contrary. Competition Is trying herd to discredit the BUICK Company and the BUICK Car for they well know they will have Hard sledding to sell their machines when the really new 1911 BUICK Cars make their appearence on the market. We simply want to say to you, PIN YOUR FAITH TO THE BUICK CAR, and you will be the big winner In your locality, for the BUICK Compeny and the PENCE AUTOMOBILE CO. are too energetic to be followers or In other words bring up the rear. They are only satisfied with one position, THAT IS IN FRONT, so don't close up on eny automobile egency for 1911 unll gnu have seen the BUICK Line, end have had a talk with the PENCE AUTOMOBILE CO. Bet In touch with them at once. Pence Automobile Co. Hennepin Ave. and Eighth St., Minneapolis, Minn. had been living alone. The fire alarm sounded about 11:00 o'clock and thewas men who rushed to the scene found that the blaze had started Inside the building, from which the flames and volumes of dense smoke were pouring. Right in the thickest of the smoke the boys worked hard, tearing down the side of the shack near where the bed known to stand, which was a quicker way to gain entrance than through the doors, as they were se curely locked from the inside. When the empty bed was dragged out, it gave rise to the hope that MacGregor was net in the house, but on break- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE ing in the doors the unfortunate man's body was found lying about five feet from the doorway, the hands clasped upon the breast. His hair was burned off* and his face and hands badly charred. It is supposed that he died from suffocation before the flames reached him. BUTLER LAMB DIES OF HEART TROUBLE Grand Forks, Nov. 25.—Hutler Lamb, the well known tennis champion of the slate died very suddenly at his home in Towner, heart failure being the supposed cause of his demise. The death of Mr. Lamb, who has been a practicing attornye at Towner for a numbei* of years, comes as a shock to his great many friends in this city and over the state generally, as no intimation whatsoever had been received of his illness. CONTRACTOR KILLS SELF IN CHURCH Harvey, N. I., Nov. 24.—Henry Ol son, the Minneapolis contractor who has been in Harvey for the past six months building the new Wesley Methodist church, was found hanging by the neck in the steeple of the church this morning by Chas. Cooper, an "electrician. Olson, it is under stood, lost about $1,500 on the con tract. On November 14 he told the directors he was going to Minneapolis for a couple of days and when he did not return to tinish the job, the dir ectors notilied the bondsmen. Olson's body is still in the steeple awaiting the arrival of the coroner. CREEL INTERESTED IN MEXICO AFFAIRS Devils Lake, Nov. 24.—No one takes keener interest in the news from Mexico these days than General H. M.Prindeville, Creel of Devils Lake, whose counsin, General Enrique Creel, is secretary of state of Mexico and is taking an im-Miss portant part in putting down the revo lution, which now threatens that country. Secretary Creel, while Mexi can ambassador to the United States made a trip to North Dakota a few years ago and visited Devils Lake in company with General Creel, coining from St. Paul in President Hill's spe cial car. Secretary Creel is one of the •big men of Mexico and is reputed to he worth several million dollars. ARRANGING DATES FOR PRESS MEETING Grand Forks. Nov. 2.".—At a meet ing of the conventions committee of the Grand Forks Commercial club, to gether with representatives of the North Dakota Press association resid ing in (his city, the dates for the meeting of the state organization will be definitely decided and plans for the gathering will be promulgated. It is expected that the committees will get together Friday or Saturday and that the date for the state mc'i ing will be fixed at about December '). That date was discussed at the meeting of the association held in Wil liston last summer, but was not defin itely agreed upon. When the dates are decided, the arrangements for the convention will be pushed ahead just as rapidly as possible that the gathering may be a big success. MERRY WINS HIS HOMESTEAD CASE Dickinson, N. D., Nov. 24.—A de cision was handed down in the C. F. Merry homestead contest, wherein the secretary of the interior reverses the local land office and the claimant gets es from Dickinson. C. F. Merry had resided in the city and actually maintained a home dur ing the five years of homestead period. He had cultivated the land, and had made some improvements thereon, but the claim house at the time the contest was instituted was not suit able for a winter habitation. However, after the contest was instituted, the family moved on to the claim, aban doning their house in the city, and broke up nearly the entire quarter section of land. Their appeal set up the claim that the family lived in Dickinson for the purpose of sending their children to school, and that they had made all the land improvements required. Merry was arrested in Valley City in the early fall for obtaining money under false pretenses, and is now serving eight months in the Adams county jail. FARMER DOY DIES FROM GUNSHOT WOUND Ashley, Nov. 24.—Gottlieb, the 18 year old son of Gottlieb Gebhart, died a few minutes after midnight, Friday night from the effects of a gunshot wound Friday the young man and an older brother were on their way home from a neighbor's place where they had been to get some property that had been purchased at an auction sale. They were riding in a header box and had with them a shotgun that had been won at a raffle. As they ap proached a farm house Gottlieb ad vised his brother to be in readiness in case a vicious dog came out and caused trouble. Gottlieb was in the front end of the header, driving the horses, while the older boy, gun in hand, loaded and cocked, was standing In the back part of the box. Some- Fortune Telling Does not take into consideration the one essential to wom an's happiness—womanly health. The woman who neglects her health is neglecting the very foundation of all good fortune. For without health love loses its lustre and gold is but dross. Womanly health when lost or impiirc^may generally be regained by the use of Dr. Pierce's l'avorite Prescription. This Prescription has, tor over to years, been curing delicate, weak, pain-wracked women, by the hundreds of thousands and this too in the privacy of their homes without their having to submit to indeli cate questionings and offensively repug nant examinations. Sick women are invited to consult Dr. Pierce by letter free. All correspondence held as sacredly confidential. Address World's Dispensary Medical Association, It. V. Pierce, M. D., President, Buffalo, N. Y. CONTEST ELECTION IN GRAND FORKS CO. Grand Porks, N. D., Nov. 25.—Miss Frances Wagar, the republican candi date for the office of county superin tendent of schools, will contest the recent election, in which Miss Helen the democratic candidate, was declared to be elected, and papers to this effect have been served on Prindeville. DR. PIEKCK'S GREAT FAMILY DOCTOR BOOK, The People's Common Sense Medical Adviser, newly revised up-to-date edition—1000 pages, answers in Plain English hosts of delicate questions which every woman, single or married, ought to know about. Sent free, in plain wrapper to any address on receipt of _2\ one-cent stamps to cover mailing only, or in cloth binding for 31 stamps. thing happened to cause the wagon to lurch and the boy holding the gun was thrown to the floor of the box. As lie was thrown the gun was discharged. The charge struck Gott lieb in the back part of the shoulder and passed into and through the lung. Dr. Campbell was summoned and rendered all possible assistance, but death resulted within a few hours. Funeral services were held and the remains interred in the Sack manii cemetery, Sunday. Attorneys Skulason and Burtness represent Mis3 Wagar, and the state ment was made Wednesday evening that the contest was instituted on theare grounds of irregularities in the wo-two men's votes in Grand Forks city. Should the women's votes in this city be thrown out, it is declared that Miss Wagar would carry the election by a majority of 110. Men's suits, made right, fit well and styles nearest to the fine tailored suits $15.00 to $25.00 Men's suits in short lots, good values at 11.50, 12.50 and $15.00 Our price while the last 8., 8.50, $10.00 Fine suits for young men, the latest styles, $12.50 to $18.00 Mothers should remember that our children's suits are the best that money can buy. It is always a pleasure to show goods The SAME PRICE to everybody. THE BOSTON R. L. Best, Proprietor Temporary Heat Quickly Did you ever stop to think of the many ways in which perfect oil heater is of value? If you want to sleep with your win dow open in winter, you can get sufficient heat from an oil heater while you undress at night, and then turn it off. Apply a match Three LINTON LADY DIES IN S. D. HOSPITAL Linton, N. D., Nov. 2fi.—Mrs. J. A. 'Stiles of Winona, died last Saturday 'at 11:3d o'clock a. m. She had been taken to the Aberdeen hospital on Monday. November 14th, and had sub mitted to a surgical operation the same day. She lingered until the last day of the week, and then peacefully I passed away. 1 For Shoes Go See Busch. For clean hacks and careful drivers, Phone 105. Day or night. WHITE'S LIVERY. Bad BLOOD "Before I began using Casctrets I bad a bad complexion, pimples on my face, and my food was not digested asit should have been. Now I atn entirely well, and the pimples have all disappeared from my face. I can truthfully say that Cascarets just as advertised I have taken only boxes of them." Clarence R. Griffin, Sheridan, Ind. Pleasant, Palatable, Potent. Taste Good. 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An indicator always shows the amount of oil in the font. It has an antomatlc-loekln a flame a which prevents the wick from being turned high enough to smoke, and is easy to remove and drop back so that the wick can be cleaned in an instant. The burner body or gallery cannot become wedged, and can be quickly snscrewed for rewicktng. Finished.-in japan or nickel, strong, durable, well* made, built for service, and yet light and ornamental. tkskr* Bmrymttn. If not at yours, mUt for ducrifttm etrtaUr t» iht wtanst tprnqf of tht Standard Oil Company