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Saturday. November 26, 1910.
booklet telling all about the hair. For Sale at all Drug Stores Hole: Hop-Pillows fot Insomnia. Our George in derived great bene fit from the "hop pillow" prescribed for aim by Dr. Willis after other seda tives and drugs had failed and a sim ilar remedy was eminently successful in 1871 with his late majesty King Edward VII.—then Prince of Wales— who was suffering from typhoid fever. —London Telegraph. MINNEAPOLIS A Handsome Hair Dressing But Easy to Do Model and Instructions by MADAM LULU BUTLER Principal, The Madam Butler School of beautifying Arts, Detroit, Mich. MAKE YOUR SHIPMENTS S The hair is waved on each side of the parting and over the crown of the head The ends of the waved hair are then brought half way up between the nape of the neck and the crown of the head and arranged in puffs or ringlets. The main body of the hair is brought below the nape of the neck and braided Into two braids These braids are crossed and brought around the head. The curls or puffs are allowed to drop across the back. This arrangement is without the use of rats, frames hair. To Have Beautiful Hair Use Newlro's Herpicide No woman can afforu indifferent to the appearance of her hair. A mass of nice snappy hair, becomingly dressed will add more in genuine good looks than a face, or an expensive gow^n. Don alow the scalp to become clogged with curt and dandruff. Don't let the Dandruff Germ destroy your hair If your hair is uneven, dead, dull and brittle and comes out by the handful every time you draw a comb through it, the germ is there. To kill that germ and check the loss of hair should be your first anxiety. Newboro's Herpicide will do this and at the same time put the hair and scalp in a san tary condition. Herpicide appeals to those of greatest refinement on account of its exquisite odor its purity and cleanli ness. It contains no grease and does not stain or dye. There is nothing more dependable than this re markable scalp prophylactic. The hair responds readily to a regular and intelligent use of Newbro Her picide. Try it and see. Send ten cen/s today to the Herpicide Company, Dept. L., Detroit, Michigan, for a sample and a a responsible house «f Ions experience and all the chances ^^L^T ire in your favor. There la nothing gained or saved by ship ring to a house because their solicitor is a good story teller. Of coarse TOO wast your grain handled by carefnl men. TH E VAN DUSEN-HARRINQTON CO OULUTH WINNIPEG KANSAS CITY' The GOLDEN RULE Store Groceries and Notions ORANGES Just received a large consignment of those juicy little oranges. You will find a few spoiled ones but we are going to offer the biggest bargain ever offered, while the lot lasts. In full case lots per case of 250 oranges only 92 cents Just think of it and order quick before they are all gone. McCONKEY& SON Props. Phone 209 120 Sixth Street One Dollar Size Applications at the best Barber Shops and Hair Dressing Parlors. Bottles are Guaranteed. The Herpicide Co have arranged with the leading hair dressers of the Country to furnish models with description of the latest and most approved modes in hair dressing. Ladies who adopt these styles will enjoy the satisfaction of being in perfect vogue. Cleansing the Eye. Tears have their use, apart from the crying aspect. The eye requires to be kept clear and clean, and tears per form this duty. A striking example of this is shown when the eye is hurt. It at once commences to water, and often this natural method of cleansing relieves the pain and removes the cause of the discomfort. THE ENGAGEMENT RING. Advice the Jeweler Gave the Young Man Who Was Investing. "Some of these jewelers are nn ac commodating lot," remarked the young man in the light suit. "I went in the other day to buy a diamond ring. '"For a lady?' the clerk asked me. I told him it was. 'An engagement ring?' he asked me urt her. 'Yes,' I tokl him, getting a little bit peeved, 'but I don't see what business It is of yours what I intend to do with the ring after I've paid for it out of my own private funds.' 'Don't lie offended,' says the clerk in a conciliatory tone. 'I was just go ing to suggest that if it was simply a present, with no engagement going with it, you go in for size rather than for quality, and when the girl comes in to inquire about its value we'll lie $50 or $75 worth for you. But if It's an engagement ring I would advise yon to get the best quality you can find, even if it does mean a smaller stone. Just as a matter of sentiment you'll want to know that it is right, and then if you ever got in hard luck you can pawn the good ring for two thirds of its value.' "—Cleveland Plain Dealer. The Toad's Tongue. The skillful manner in which a pet toad used its wonderfully formed tongue entitled It to be ranked as a a expert. For one thing. It shoved wonderful skill In judging distances. The tongue was never darted out until the insect came within a certain range. The accuracy of the creature's aim was another matter for surprise. The Insects were generally In motion when the tongue was darted out against them, but the arrow never failed to hit. The rapidity with which the tongue was shot forth excited much wonder. The operation Is a complex one. The tongue is doubled or folded np when In the mouth. Therefore a twofold action is required, an uncoil ing of the weapon and then the dart ing of It forth. The withdrawing of the tongue with the captured Insect on the tip was not less remarkable. Not withstanding the rapid motion, the fineness of the tongue tip and the straggles of the prey the victim was I never dropped.—Exchange. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE PIG CASE AFFIRMED BY SUPREME COURT E E BISMARCK VIOLATORS W I HAV E O S. END TERM IN JAIL. Appeal to Higher Court from Decision of Winchester's Court is Without Avail. MADE E I GETAWAY THANKS- GIVING EVENING THROUGH WINDOW. Two Were from Cannonball Country and Three from Turtle Mountain Region, near Devils Lake. five Indian girl3, inmates of the Bismarck school, maue their escape from the institution Thursday even ing about 8:30. They went to the basement of the building and opening the window made their escape. The girls had just been treated to a big Thanksgiving dinner and had returned from church. They evidently went to their rooms and immediately changed their clothes from the uniform of the institution to their working clothes All of the girls are easily recognized as Indians, two of them wearing coats and the other three shawls. They range in age from 13 to 19 years. It is suspected that they have gone to the Cannonball country and will be found there soon. Cecilia Iron Roads and Mary Little Bird were sent to the school from the Cannonball country and Katie Big Track, Florence Sher man and Maggie Irish were from the Turtle mountains in the Devils Lake district. Two of the runaways have been in the school for a couple of years and the other three had been sent there this fall. Superintendent Davis of the school states that judg ing from the past conduct of the girls he is much surprised at their escapade, but he expects to have them back in the school in the near future. For Shoes Go See Busch. LOST PRESIDENT Chicago, Nov. 25.—-A. J. Davidson, former president of the St. Louis & San Francisco railroad, who has been missing for several weeks, was dis covered yesterday in Michigan ave nue by Frank Repetto, ihouse detec tive of a Michigan avenue hotel. PRISONERS HAVE MOTHER OF 6 CHILDREN ATTEMPTS A SUICIDE New York, Nov. 25.—A druggists wife overheard a woman In a tele- phone booth tonight telling a friend on the wire that she was going home police and ambulance surgeons en tered the Brooklyn home of Mrs. Anna Haneman, a young widow in time to snatch a gas tube from between her clenched teeth. She was unconscious but it is believed she will recover, She is a mother of six children. I Tribune Want Ad* Bring Results I WACHTER LOSES A VERY VALUABLE TEAM HORSES BROKE THROUG ICE A APPLE CREEK AN WER E DROWNED. Two Men Were Cutting Ice and Saw Them Too Late to Get Them O Were Fine Animals. Friday afternoon the Waohter Dray and Transfer company lost one of its most, valuable teams of horses by drowning. The accident occurred at Apple Creek, where some employes of the company \vero engaged in cut ting iee. 'iig very definite 'ias been The cases of C. H. Albertson. Wra. Empting and George Uobidou, who were convicted in district court, of violation of the prohibition law. were affirmed by the supreme court in a decision handed down by the supreme court Friday afternoon. This means that the men mentioned will have to serve the term given them by Judge learned about the accident save that Winchester and pay the line attached. I the teamster drove out on the ice The term will be served in the county and stopped his team and then went jail and if the fine is not paid there over to where the ice was being cut will be additional time to serve. and left the team with the reins tied The term will not be started for about one of the wheels. It is thought about twenty days, as the men con- that the horses became restless and victed will have that much time to backed into an air hole or hole that arrange another appeal. I was cut in the ice near them. Two The syllabus will be found on an other page of this issue of the Trib une. FIVE GIRLS ESCAPE FROM INDIAN SCHOOL The team was valued at $550. HAOER ENDORSES FRAINE FOR SPEAKER ANOTHER CANDIDATE MENTION- ED IN SPEAKERSHIP RACE. Contests Between Various Nominees Promises to be Interesting, as there are Many Entries. A new candidate for the speaker-1 ship of the next house of representa-1 tives has just been launched in the I person of Col. J. H. Fraine of Graf ton, who was re-elected this year and who also was a member of the as-: sembly two years ago. Col. Kraine is put forth as a candi date in this week's issue of the Graf-! ..ton Record, and in speaking of him, a publication says: "We have noticed that some men-! Kraine. "Col. Fraine is one of the repub lican leaders in this section of the is a lawyer by profession and a man of fairness and even temper. He is one of the safe and sane kind of men not easily stampeded, and his elevation to the speakership would re flect credit on the party and give tit- se rvant O it He refused to answer all questions are definitely known it cannot be been caneu^ regarding his disappearance. The former railroad president spent the night at a downtown hotel. Pittsburg. Nov. 25.—Helen Bolye, for the most part unarmed. They are serving a sentence of 25 years in the I opposed to President Diaz, but their Pennsylvania penitentiary for the kid- forays are of little importance. There naping of little "Billy" Whitla of is one man on this continent at the Sharon, a eighteen months ago, was present who can do this and that is the pianist at tine Thanksgiving en Madero. The siory from Eagle Pass tertainment given for the convicts. At the conclusion of the program she a?ked permission to sing a solo. It was granted and she sang "I Know My Redeemer Liveth." while many of the "The'solid support of the republi-j tending to business matters in the can members from this section of capital city, the state will be given Col. Fraine and will make him a formidable candidate in the republican caucus." El Paso, Texas, Nov. 25—Until the (then™ «.» whereabouts of Francisco I. Madero I s-rvlc.e in 'he army, to vshun he haci stated with certainty that the piesent Chihuahua raining district and are yesterday that he was wounded re mains unconfirmed. DAY OF DEFEAT HAPPIEST Denver, Nov 25.—"Clam" Crow- had a vision whioli convinced her that ley, captain of the Denver university she would never pass another Thanks- football team, which was defeated yes giving day in the prison, that she ei-|terday by Colarado college in the de- VEGETABLES—Received especi ther would be released or would die. jcisive battle of the season, announced last night that it was the happiest day of his life This, however, was after he had been joined in marriage to Miss Fla via Field Churchill, a University Park girl who had -watched the game and who did not intend to be married right away. THANKSGIVING SUICIDE Rochester. N. Y.. Nov 25.—A cul a tion of a Thanksgiving day quar- rpj a home to commit suicide and mention- responsibility for the suicide here ed her address The druggists wife| of E a a notified police headquarters and the have been marTied next week. Filberts Shelled Walnuts' STOPS FALLING HAIR AMI'S Hair Vigor is composed of sulphur, glycerin, quinm, soduun chlorld, capsi cum, sage, alcohol, water, perfume. Ask yourdoctoraboutthis. Follow hteadvice. Promptl/checksiilling hair. Completely destroysdandruff. An elegantdressing. Does not Color the Hair J. C. ATEB COMFAHY. Lowell. Www. FORMER BISMARCKER RECEIVES PROMOTION JOSEPH LA BRECHE IS STATION AGENT A ISHPEMING, MICH. Was Cashier of the Northern Pacific men, who were cutting, heard them ,. per of the South Shore go down, but they were powerless to ,,.IS help them out. and they were lost. For Shoes Co See Busch, Freight Offices Here for Over Two Years. The following is from the St. Ignace (Mich.) News, and will be of interest to the friends of Mr. and Mrs. La I'.reche. The formtfr was cashier at. the Northern Pacilic freight otlice in llistnarck for two years: Mr. Joseph Lallreche, cashier and a a t( position of station I agent at lshpeming. In addition to the improvement in his position, sal ary and otherwise, it is naturally a coiigeuiiil change besides, because lshpeming is the home of both Mr. and Mrs. Lallreche. lie has gained friends in all tlie business men of the city, and for our part we regret to see him leave, while congratulating him to the fullest upon his good fortune. Recently the deepest sympathy, be cause of the death of their boy. was called forth in behalf of this estim able couple. The remains were taken to lshpeming for burial. I( t» there fore, pleasant for all to bv able to tender Mr. and Mrs, LnHroche this week sentiments of it more pleasur able kind. RIVERS AND HARBORS DELEGATES APPOINTED SEVENTH ANNUA CONVENTION WILL BE HEL SOON AT WASHINGTON. tion has been made in the state press North Dakota will be Well Represen/ of the possible candidates for the speakership of the house of represen- ... ta.ives of the North Duioia legislative terest Taken in Work of Congress, assembly. Walsh county has a fav orite son to present for this important position in the person of Col. John II. i„ .„,..v„.- hv ..mfou.inA ,.„H =. Senator F. L. Thompson. Cando. a a a of I Coventor Burke has appointed the following delegates to the seventh an nual convention of the National Riv ers and Harbors Ctygress, which will be held at Washington, 1). on De- Hun. John Bruegger. WHIiston. 15. L. Lander, (3rand Forks. .1. F. T. O'Connor, Crand Forks. J. W. Jackson, Williston. Max Itobinovich, Crand Forks. Hon. U. McGahan of Minot is at For Shoes Go See Busch. TO SAVE RUSSIAN. A compulsory quiet in Mexico will be TYPICAL THANROwvinu. continued. This is the opinion of the Orange. N Nov'. j. nam Texans who know Mexico and its peo- giving dav for the children oi in. pie as they know their own state. A lm- Jacob Deckenbach. lormerly a great mass of correspondence has resident of Orange, will always have a come in during the last three days peculiar significance, for brongnt from Parral. Chihuahua and Torreon f"e IM»»-S mat thev are h- to toi from business men. lawyers, dociors, tune of $lim.0«» loft their lather and others All minimize disordeis of lian alone placed lli in .• a week ago and all say that the gov- way of the money, the administrators eminent is in control except in a few of his estate havinu discovered the scattered places. Insurrectoes at the existence of the children only through present are operating spasmodically a land search made by a prospective a 0 Chicago, Nov 25 Chicago and New I York humanitarian organizations Nninod hands yesterday to save from,* have been discovered that are a a'yonng Russian, whose absolutely sure and certain in brother lives in Ihis city. Interest was excited in the case because of the .. u: „.„..„ Puooin will to shot as des fled over the border into Austna and wonderful have been their America in order to escape, today' selling. Fresh and Head Letuute Celery Tomatoes Malaga Grapes. Cucumbers Radishes. Cabbage FRUITS. Figs. Black Emperor. a a credited with I Sugared Walnut Dates. I who was to XMAS NUTS. I Mixed Nuts Pecans. Almonds. And Nuts of All Kinds 6USSNERS Fiv« HUGE MARBLE GROUPS. New York, Nov. 25.—George Gray Hainan!, the sculptor, has just arriv ed in New York from Paris, after com pleting and shipping lit this country the two monster marble groups, "The Harden Hearer." and "Brotherly Love," which ure to grace the entrance of the new capitol building at Harris burg, I'll. Mr Barnard spent seven years on ihem at his studio near Par is There are thirty separate statues in the groups. The work has been highly praised by experts. For Shoes Go See Busch. Piles! Piles! Piles! Williams' Indian J'ile Ointment will cure Blind, Hlerdlnu und Itching Piles. It ab sorbs tlu' tumors, allays Itching at once, acts as a poultice, gives Instant relief. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment is pre* pared for Tiles and Itching of the private parts. PrucKlsts. mall 50c and $1.00. WILLIAMS MFG. CO.. Props.. Cleveland. Ohle For sale at Adams' Drug Store. ADVERTISEMENT UNITED DOCTORS, SPECIAL ISTS, W I BE A E NORTHWEST HOTEL. Andwill Remain omTues. Nov. 29 Until Sunday Dec. II TWO WEEKS ONLY •. Remarkable Success of These Talented Physicians in the Treatment of Chronic Diseases. OfferTheir Services Free of Charge The United Doctors, licensed by the state of South Dakota for the cure of deformities and all nervous and chronic dis eases of men, women and children, offer to all who call this trip, consultation, examin ation, advice free, making no charge whatever, except the actual cost of medicine. All that is asked in return for these valuable services is that every person treated will state the result obtained to their friends and thus prove to the sick and afflicted in every city and lc~ cality, that at last treatments their effect. These doctors are considered a fact that his r*« R'ISSfa and nerve specialists and are bo equivalent to a senjence of death America's leading stomach A THANKSGIVING. .user of a l.lock i.i Portland. Ore Specials for SAT'RDAY a a chronic diseases and so great cures that in many case it is hard indeed to find the divid ing line between skill and science. Diseases of the stomach, in testines, liver, blood, skin, nerves, heart, spleen, kidneys, or bladder, rheumatism, scia tica, diabetes, bed-wetting, leg ulcers, epilepsy, weak lungs and those afflicted with long standing, deep-seated, chronic diseases, that have baffled the skill of the family physician, should not fail to call. Many Wonderful Cures. No more operations for ap pendicitis, gall stones, tumors. goiter or cancer. They were the first in America to earn the name of the "Bloodless Surgeons." by doing away with tlie knife, with blood and with all pain in the successful treatment and cure of these dangerous diseases. If you have kidney or bladder troubles bring a two-ounce bot tle of your urine for chemical analysis and microscopic ex amination. Deafness often cured in sixty days. No matter what your ailment may be, no matter what others may have told you, no matter what experience you may have had with other physicians, if you want to get well again, it will be to your advantage to see them. Go. Have it foreever settled in your mind. If your case is curable they will give you such advice as may pro long your life. Do not put off Calaba Grapes .j, tTiis duty you owe yourself or friends or relatives who are suffering because of your sick ness, as a visit this time costs you nothing and may save your life. Remember this free offer is for two weeks only. Married ladies must come with their husbands and mln ors with their fathers. Office at Northwest hotel, Bismarck, N. D.. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m.