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Weather Bulletin PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OP THE SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE. Willis L. Moore, Chief of United State* Weather Bureau. Bismarck, N. D., Tupesday, February 14, 1911. All observations taken at 8 a. A—Stations. B—Min. temperature in last 12 hours. C—Direction of wind. D—Velocity of wind. E—Precipitation in last 24 hours. Weather Forecast. Till 7 p. m. Wednesday. For North Dakota: Generally fair tonight and Wednesday, colder to night. For Bismarck and Vicinity: Gen erally fair tonight and Wednesday, colder tonight. Weather Conditions. Pressure below the normal prevails this morning in all sections from which reports are received, except over the Pacific coast where it is normal. The center of low pressure is over the lakes, and has caused heavy precipitation over the lakes and also over the lower Missouri and Mis sissippi valleys. The indications are for generally fair weather tonight and Wednesday, with lower temperature tonight. ORRIS W. ROBERTS, Official In Charge. PUBLIC 3TENOGRAPHER. -nss Amelia C. Erickson has opened an office in the writing room of the Northwest hotel and Is prepared to do public stenography. PEARCES BAKERY A N SHORTORDER RESTAURANT Light, flaky, crisp bread, baked in a modern oven, fresh daily. Wholesome pies, cakes, rolls, doughnuts, etc., of absolute purity. Goods delivered any where in the city twice daily. Our meals are the best in the city. A $5.00 meal ticket for $4.50. Short orders. Pearce's Restaurant Next DoorBismarck Bank Mill St. BiSMTCk Tbmt Im .m:': Coming Events \+QO0+*+»++o+++»+++++»+»**++++' 8« April, 1911—County Superintend ents' Association of North Da kota. June 13—Catholic Order of Foresters, State Convention. July, 1911—North Dakota Inde a- pendent Telephone Assocla tion. m.* (75th meridian time). A Bismarck 8 NE 10 0 Des Moines ... .36 NW 8 64 Devils Lake ... SW 4 0 Duluth 30 NE 20 20 Helena ...16 W 4 06 Huron 8 NW- 4 0 Hiles City 14 SW 4 0 Moorhead 14 N 4 0 St. Louis 52 W 26 20 St. Paul 32 N 10 28 Salt Lake City 22 NW 8 Winnipeg ...... 18 E 4 0 THE CIT 1 ,++•0 #gy^eye#y#'## »***********ft#**s*#s*#**0 CURRENT EVENTS CLUB. The Current Events club will meet this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at thebetwee.nSteinreich home of Mrs. Andrew Miller on Ave nue A. A large attendance is re-Tuesday. quested. MANDANITES HERE. A number of Mandanites came over to Bismarck Tuesday to attend to various matters of business interest. Among them were E. B. Johnson, H. G. Bauerfeind and C. B. Kolstad. LEFT FOR NORTHFIELD. Miss Tracy Huschka who has been employed in the office of the Commis sioner of insurance has departed for her hom-3 at Northfield, Minn., where she vv-. visit for several weeks. HEARING CONTINUED. The hearing of Frank Finlayson and Emil Froemmig who are charged with keeping a gambling den was continued until Monday morning, Feb. 20. Their case came up before Jus tice Pierce Tuesday. HERE FROM MOTT. The Mott train brought in its usual quota to the state capital Tuesday evening. Among the arrivals from the White City were Mr. and Mrs. E. Tronsdale, Mrs. F. J. Bonesko H. O. Pearce and C. W. Herotein. MAENNERCHOR DANCE. The members of the German Maen uerchor will give another dancing party at the Maennerchor hall this evening. A good time Is promised those who attend and all are cordially invited. Good music has been se cured. LADIES' AID 80CIETY. Mrs Margareta Berg will entertain the members of the Swedish Lutheran Ladies' Aid society at the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Quain on Sixth street, Thursday afternoon, February 16th. All members and friends of the society are requested to attend. UP~FROM LINTON. STRETCHIN YOU PAYCHEC Staples in grocery lines seem to have reached bedrock prices "CLIMAX" FLOUR BEET SUGAR Several residents of Linton arrived in the city on No. 3 Tuesday morning to look after business interests. Among their number were Banker H. A. Armstrong, Jacob Fisher, Hon. G. A. Herol and County Auditor P. Rooks. PROF. BABCOCK HERE. Dean E. J. Babcock of the state uni versity was an arrival at the state capital Tuesday morning. Prof. Bah cock is vary much interested in the mining school and the Hebron sub station. He is here looking after various business matters in which he is interested. E8TATE 8ETTLED. The matter of allowing the final account of the estate of the late John Quinlan was up for hearing before County Judge M. J. McKenzie Tues day. The order allowing was issued and th-a executor. Capt. I. P. Baker, was relieved from further responsi billties. The matter of settling the estate was handled in a very credi table manner. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAY8. PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleed ing or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. Per 98 lb. Sack $2.90 Fer 49 lb. Sack $1.50 Per 100 lb. Sack $5.60 17 lbs. for $1.00 CREAMERY BUTTER "Rose" baand, made at Steele, N. Dak. Per lb 30c EGGS 25c A DOZ. McCONKEY & SON Phone 209 12 0 Sixth St. Immrm Im Only Onm "Bromo Quinine" Laxative Bromo Quinine Always remember the fall name. Look Jot this signature on every box. 85c. oar. SWA™** ^»#^r#^#»#»#^»»»#»^»o»#^r»*^ PERSONAL s^sTLjtJiJ^d^er^erdT^J^f^f F. A. Miller of Dawson was looking after business interests in Bismarck Tuesday evening. John J. Garrity of Glen Ullin was among the arrivals in the city from the western part of the state Tuesday. H. G. Cerske of Goodrich was in Bismarck Tuesday on a short busi ness mission. Grand Recorder E. J. Moore of Fargo was an arrival in the city Tues day evening on No. 5. Charles F. Kellogg of New Salem was attending to business matters in Bismarck Tuesday. R. M. Hoenisch of Kief was an ar rival in the capital city from the northern part of the state Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs* E. P. Olson of Medina were spending a few hours in the ci trains Tuesday. F. of New Salem was transacting business in Bismarck Dr. J. F. Snyder of Hazetton was among the arrivals in the city Tues day from Emmons county. Anton Larson of Brofy came up to Bismarck Tuesday on a short business visit. John S. Rood of Marshall was a visitor in the city from the western part of the state Tuesday. Dr. R. C. Thompson,of Wilton came down to Bismarck on the north Soo Tuesday afternoon. C. G. Forbes of Washburn was looking after business affairs in the capital city Tuesday. R. H. Ray of Garrison was among the arrivals in the city Tuesday. H. C. Otto of Wilton was in Bis marck Tuesday on a brief biiiiness mission. K. OP P. MEETING. There will be a regular meeting of St. Elmo lodge No. 4, Knights of Py thias, at the Castle ball this evening at 8 o'clock. Arrangements are to be perfected for the annual roll call Which will occur on February 22. A large attendance of members is de sired. There will be work in theThe third rank. ADJUTANT GENERAL HERE. Adjutant General W. C. Treumann was an arrival in the city from Graf ton Sunday evening. Gen Treuman reports cond'tions in the national guard to be excellent. Most of the company elections have been held since the first of the year, and the various commands are making pre parations for the annual inspection which will occur within a few weeks. WILL OPP03E BILL. Warden EastCate of Tolna Does Not Favor 8pring 8hooting. Among the arrivals in the city Tues day was Alfred Eastgate of Tolna, who is the warden of the Stump Lnke National reserve in Nelson county. Mr. Eastgate was sent here by tht National Audobon society to oppose the passage of a bill amending the laws to permit spring shootin of G.presentggamgeese. ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY. Knights of Pythias Will Attend Serv ices in Body Sunday Morning. The members of St. Elmo lodge, N 4. Knights of Pythias, will celebrate the forty-seventh anniversary of thesecretary founding of the order which falls upon Sunday, February 19, in fitting manner by attending divine services in a body. They will march to the First Presbyterian church for the Sunday morning services, and Rev. Charles W. Harris will preach the anniversary sermon. Special music has been arranged for the occasion. Cramp In the Leg. To those who suffer from cramp |n the leg at night the following hint may be useful: When the cramp tomes on take a good strong strjluj a long garter .will do—wind It rojjpd the leg over the place that is effected and take an end in each band nod give it sharp pull, one that will hurt a little. Instantly the cramp will de part, nnd the sufferer can return to bed assured it will not come on again that night. Ship Your Butter & Eggs Dressed Meats and Poultry To me for quick sales and good prices All goods handled on commission Cayou Commission Co. Bismarck N. Dak. Officii Wiritttst. Viiifc?iiSr. BE5MABOK DAILY TRIBUNE MABEL BARRYMORE. lady of many swell gowns, with her educated pon» Frankle. appearance at the Grand tonight. KILLING A MUTINY Dramatic Incident Inthe Early History of Our Navy. THE PLOT ONTHE OLD ESSEX Commodore Porter Get Wind of the Conspiraey Just as It Was Ripe, and His Prompt snd Drattic Action Cow ed the Craw and Saved the Ship. There has never been a fleet mutiny or a squadron mutiny In the United States navy. The most notorious case In the naval history of thiB country was the conspiracy to mutiny on the brig of war Somen*, which was discov ered before It came to a head and re sulted In the execution at sen of Philip Spencer, midshipman, son of the then of war, nnd one petty officer and one seaman. Another famous case was the one in which Commodore Porter acted with such vigor and promptitude that he completely crushed the rebellions spirit that had manifested itself nnd saved his ship. When Commodore Porter was In com mand of the Essex In the early history of our navy there was an attempted mu$iy on" boarij'.' Here Is an account of fcbw was suppressed which Is vouched for as authentic: "While the Es*& was lying at the Marquesas Is lands, recruiting and refregblDg her crew from one of th»1onp and arduous cruises lo the Pacific. Otoipodore Por ter was Informed through a servant of one of .the officers that a mutiny had been planned and was on the eve of consummation that it was the Inten tion of the mutineers to rise upon the officers, take possession of the ship and after having remained as long as they found agreeable at the Island to hoist the black flag and 'cruise on their own account' "Having satisfied himself of the truth of the Information, Commodore Porter ascended to the quarterdeck and or dered all the crew to.be summoned aft Waiting until the last man had come from below, he informed them that he understood that a mutiny was on foot and that be had summoned them for the purpose of inquiring Into Its truth. Those men who are in favor of stand ing by the ship and her officers,' said the commodore, 'will go over to the starboard side those who are against them will remain where they are.' The crew to a man moved over to the star board side. The ship was still as the grave. Fixing his eyes on them stead ily and sternly for a few moments, the commodore said. 'Robert White, step out' The man obeyed, standing pate and agitated, guilt stamped on every lineament of his countenance. In front of his comrades. "The commodore looked at bim a moment, then, seizing a cutless from the nearest rack, said In a suppressed voice, but in tones so deep that they rang like a knell upon the ears of the guilty among the crew: 'Villain! You are the ringleader of this mutiny! Jump overboard!' The man dropped on his knees, imploring for mercy, say ing that he could uot swim. 'Then drown, you scoundrel!' said the com modore. springing toward him to cut him down. 'Overboard instantly!' And the man jumped over the side of the ship. He then turned to the trem bling crew and addressed them with much feeling, the tears staudlng upon Ms bronzed cheek as be spoke He isked tfeeui. what he »T* tht* M« Last ship should be disgraced by a mutiny. He asked whether he bad ever dis honored the flag, whether he bad ever treated them with other than kindness, whether they had ever been wanting for anything to their comfort that dis cipline and the rules of the service would allow aud that it was In his power to give. "At the close of his address he said: 'Men, before I CMme on deck I laid a train to the magazine, nnd I would have blown all on bonrd into eternity before my ship should have been dis graced by a successful mutiny. I never would have survived the dis honor of my ship. Go to your duty.' The men were much affected by the commodore's address nnd immediately returned to their duty, showing every sign of contrition. "But mark the sequel of this mutiny and let those who, In the calm se curity of their firesides, are so severe upon the course of conduct pursued by officers In such critical situations see how much innocent blood would have been saved if White had been cut down Instantly or hanged at the yard arm. As he went overboard be suc ceeded In reaching a canoe floating at a little distance and paddled ashore. 8ome few months afterward, when Lieutenant Gamble of the marines was at the islands, iu charge of one of the large prizes, short banded nnd in distress, this same White, at the head of a party of natives, attacked the ship. Wiled two of the officers and a number of an»-_L inskii ms w|U» gtqa\ MILLIONS O LIVES. An Awful Toll Collected by Consump* tion—Many Unnecessary Deaths. If people could ouly understand that systematic catarrh is an internal dis ease that external applications cannot cure, they would uot need to be warn ed so often about this malady, which, .when neglected, paves the way often limes for consumption, at the cost of tuillions of lives every year. Yet ca inrrh may be cured, if the right treat ment Is employed. The only way to successfully treat catarrh is by employing a medicine which is absorbed and carried by the blood to all parts of the system, so that the mucous membrane or Internal lining of the body Is toned up and made capable of resisting the Infec tion of consumption and other diseases. We have a remedy prepared from the prescription of a physician who tor thirty years studied and made ca tarrh a specialty, and whose record was a patient restored to health In every case where bis treatment was followed as prescribed. That remedy Is Rexall Mucu-Tone. We are so posi tive that It will completely overcome catarrh in all Its various forms, Cremise rhether acute or chronic, that we to return every penny paid us for the medicine in every case where It fails or for any reason does not sat isfy the user. I We want yon to try Rexall Mucu Tone on our recommendation and guar antee. We are right here where you live, and you do not contract any ob ligation or risk when you try Rexall Mucu-Tone on our guarantee. We have Rexall Mucu-Tone In two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00. Very often the taking of one 50-cent bottle is suffi cient to make a marked impression upon the case. Of course in chronic cases a longer treatment is neces sary. The average in such Instances is three $1.00 /bottles. Remember you can obtain Rexall Remedies only at our store—The Rexall Store. Lsnhart Drug Store, Main St (9OODROPS ALCOHOL 9 PEJt CENT. AN*fr«AI«ftqerau»JirAs siffltartn$teftodatt!fe^ fa^dKSiondsattiftw&or INKAS rs -THUi)Ri\ IroraotesDi^ettafktifa wssandRwtjCoiu*SKlfcr Opiuw-Morphine ovMaoaL Nor NARCOTIC. jbftitouikaMDnnaa JaMMUk- MA* Hon,SourStomach.Diarrhcc: WormsjConvukkmsJeverish ncssanrtLosSQFSLEEP. J»fSirfe Si$iarar* of NEW Y0BK. Alb months old DO!»iS-]5ClTS tediindert Exact Copy of Wrapper. difficulty that she was prevented Trom falling into their bands."—New York Post. Effect of Tight Laelng. "Is tight lacing unwiseV" a teacher asked a young lady In a physiology lesson. "Yes, It Is very unwise," was the re ply. "Why Is It unwise?" the teacher pur sued. "Because it busts the corset," said the young lady.—Exchange. When In a Hurry for Drugs or Medicines turn your footsteps this way and you will be sure of getting the best grades at the lowest prices. You will also be certain to jet quick and civil serv ice at any hour. We are after your drug trade, and mean to win it by giving you the best values and best service in all lines. One trial will demonstrate this to you. Adams Drug Store FIR3T NATIONAL BANK BLDG. Phone 102. Clos Out All steel heavy Verais Martin Beds. 2 inch continuous posts, sev eral designs selling reg ularly at $15 to $20. Sale Price $12 Wednesday, February 15,1911. CAST0R1A TorInfants and Children. The Kind You Have Always Bought E FIEL ^S&sr Over Thirty Years CASTORIA THC OIMTAUIIMMMTV. M«W VMM CUT. AN8WERINQ WANT AD8 Will keep you up to date—keep 0 you near to the life of the cfty. 4 4 A Pointer for You In pointing to the dollar sign we Wish to emphasize the fact that it is not price alone which should be your guide in selecting the store where you buy your goods. To be honest you must ad mit that quality comes first. We aim to buy good goods and then to sell them at a price which will leave us only a fair profit. Upon this basis we ask for your trade when you are in need of anything in the hardware line. Always buy the best grades. They last longer, give better re sults and are a pleasure to you in using. Poor hardware Is never sat isfactory, quickly wears out or breaks, is therefore the costliest you could buy. While we carry only the best stock, our prices are still low and will encourage you to buy here. May we point this out for you? $ismarck Hardware Co. IRON ENAMEL BEDS, Brass trimmed, 2 inchposts, $15 to $18 values. Sale Price, $12 Especial Values Ope Week Only Those Fluffy Ruffles Bismarck Steam Laundry that are so hard to do up at home makes it well worth while to send your things here for laundering. We do up shirt waists, fancy aprons, lingerie, etc., beau, tifully. Other women will envy the daintiness of your linen if we launder it. Ab solutely no risk of having your most delicate work ruined or marred. Shall our wagon call? Phone 54.