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SHOES LESS THAN COST.
Carl Juhnke's Are sale opens today.
See his ad.
BAKER
AND
SHORT ORDER
RESTAURANT
Light, flaky, crisp bread,
baked in a modem oven,
fresh daily. Wholesome pies,
cakes, rolls, doughnuts, etc.,
of absolute purity.
Goods delivered anywhere
in the city twice daily.
Our meals are the best in
the city. A $5.00 meal tick
et for $4.50.
PEARCE'S RESTAURANT
Next Door Bismarck Bank
Main St. Bismarck
Children Cry for Fletcher's
CASTORIA
TbOKind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
in use for over 9 0 years, has me the signature of
and has been made nnder his per
sonal supervision since its Infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-good" are but
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTORIA
Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare
goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. I is Pleasant. I
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance, its age is its guarantee. I destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind
Colic. I relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. I assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea—The 'Mother's Friend.
GENUIN
E CASTORIA ALWAY
S
tBears the Signature of
In Use For'Over 3 0 Years
THI CCNTMin COMMNV, TT MUMMY STRICT. NIW VOMK CITY.
GREAT RACE H0R8E DEAD.
New York, March 24.—Prom Paris
comes the news that FJying Fox, the
great race home which Edmond Blanc
purchased some years ago for $200,
000, is dead. He won $130,000 in
purses on the French turf alone:
Bought
COLVILLE RESERVE
TO OPEN IN 1913
Spokane, Wash., March 24. (Spe
cial)—United States Senator Miles
Poindexter, who is in Spokane assist
ing a citizens' committee in making
arrangements for Colonel Theodore
Roosevelt's visit here, April 7 to 9,
haB received official notice from Fred
Dennett, commissioner of the general
land office, that the Colville Indian
reservation (1,400,000 acres) will not
he opened to settlement until W13, or
twelve months later than previously
announced. The cause assigned is
that the alloting agent cannot com
plete the Indian allotments for more
than a year and the land office will
require another year to arrange for
the drawing. Replying to a petition
presented through Mr. Poindexter on
behalf of the people of Okanogan,
Wash., that a new land district be
established with that city as head
quarters, Mr. Dennett said that the
opening of the reserve would occasion
such action, but even then it would
not be justified, as the public land in
northern Washington sfast disap
pearing through rapid settlement.
This would indicate that Spokane will
he the registry center in 1913.
COLOMBIA UNIVERSITY
LOWERS REQUIREMENTS
New York, March 24..— Beginning
next fa a college degree will no long
er be required for admission to Col
umbia university law school. Men will
be admitted who hae completed three
years of college work, provided they
have taken courses in English and
American history and in economics.
This cuts the standard of admission
by a full year's collegiate work.
NATURAL GRANITE
BLOCKS
Build Most Pleasing Homes
We have a newly patented machine that makes
cement blocks from moulds, made of composition form*
taken direct from the natural granite rock. The edges
are sharp, even the grain is accurately-shown, while a
powdered granite facing gives the color which defiea de
tection from the most beautiful granite wall or building.
Made in all aizes. It makes either the broken or
random ashlar used on the finest of masonry and ex
pensive buildings possible at a faction of the cost. The
durability of cement is unquestioned and the multitude
of designs with remarkable beauty of appearance will
delight you.
Do not build—or consider building in any way until
you have seen the natural rock-faced granite blocks
made with the Hobbs machine.
A wall for your inspection is shown adjoining the
Commercial Club building.
H. C. RHUD LUMBER CO.
SOLE REPRESENTATIVES IN CENTRAL DAKOTA
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ALL CAT!! ID
WEAR BELLS
(Special To The Tribune.)
Spokane, Wash., March 24.—Mrs. J.
D. Murphy/living at 1827 East River
side avenue, is advocating a move
ment in Spokane that all owners of
cats prov4de their pets with bells in
the interest of preserving the birds
of song, which are now coming, back
to their haunts for the summer. Mrs.
Murphy has interested a large number
of club and society women in her
campaign and it is likely that a "Bell
on Cat" society will be organized to
take charge of the work. The plan is
to attach a small bell with a strap or
ribbon on the neck of every cat in the
city and suburbs, the argument being
that if it were made a custom gener
ally there would be more birds in
Spokane. No mention has been made
so far of the tinkling midnight sere
nades by Thomas and his back-yard
acquaintances, but it no wild guess
at this time to say that some one may
organize a crusade to not only put the
bells out of commission but lso ex
terminate the wearers. The theory.
advanced is that this method would jt
make doubly sure of protecting
birds for all time.
the
SHOULD PREPARE
FOR HOPPERS
"Farmers should at once take ad
vantage of these unusual weather con
ditions to protect.themselves against
the grasshoppers that are likely to
occur in destructive numbers this sea
son," said Prof. C. B. Waldron of the
A. C. today. "Their unusual number
last summer makes their appearance
this year a reasonable certainty unless
the eggs are destroyed. Fall plowing
has already done this to a great ex
tent.
"There still remains the unplowed
fields and the roadsides. Unless the
unplowed fields are. to be turned over
by May 1 they should now be thor
oughly dragged and cross dragged to
break up the eggs. The sun and wind
wil destroy all eggs that are exposed
by dragging.
"The roadsides when no grass is
growing should be worked with a road
scraper and the sides of the wide
grades disced or dragged. Do any
thing that will break up the egg cases
by pulverizing the surface of the soil,
and do it now.
"It will be too late after seeding, in
fected fields can be plowed and the
cost assessed against the land if the
owner refuses or neglects to act. The
operation of this law will never be
necessary where one has any regard
for his own interests."
SON OF MILLIONAIRE
SAID ID HAVESTOLEN
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago, March 24.—Paul" G. Hay
nor, the 11-yearold son of George M.
Haynor of New York, who is presi
dent of the George M. Haynor Paper
company, was taken in custody here
today.. He told the police he had tak
en $32 from his father and used part
of it to buy his ticket, from Yonkers,
New York, to Chicago.
HUMANE AGENTBLAKE
FINDS REVOLTING CASE
Jamestown, N. D., March 24.—Hu
mane Agent Blake returned from a
trip to New England, N. D., this morn
ing, where he unearthed a revolting
case of inhumane treatment of a lit
tle girl, Lillian Nelson, eight years
old. According to her statement the
child was kept with her mother, Mrs.
Anna Nelson, and J. O. Hansal, who
live together, though not married,
and during the past year has been
mistreated by three boys. The case
was brought before Officer Blake, who
took the girl to Medora, causing the
arrest of two of the boys, the third
disappearing, and the trial will occur
Saturday at the Billings county court.
The First National bank of Tow
er City has absorbed the Farmers'
and Merchants' bank, the consolida
tion to take effect at once.
MAK
E THIS TEST.
Hew to Tell if Your Hair la Diseased.
Even if you have a luxuriant head
•f hair you may want to know whether
It Is in a healthy condition or not
98 per cent of the people need a hair
tonic.
Pull a hair out of your head If the
bulb at the end of the root la white
and shrunken, it proves that the hair
Is diseased, and requires prompt treat
ment if its loss would be avoided. If
the bulb is pink and full, the hair to
healthy.
We want every one whose hair re*
auires treatment to try ttexall "98"
Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall
Mr -oat anything if it does not give
satisfactory results. It la designed to
overcome dandruff, relieve acalp Irri
tation, to stimulate the hair roots,
tighten the hair already In the bead,
grow hair and core baldness.
_It Is because of what Bezall
*D8" Hair Tonic has done and our
sincere faith in its goodness that
want you to try It at our
Two sizes, 50c. and $100. 8oM
ssdy at ear store—The RexaU Store.
Lanhait Drag Store, Mala Be"
DAILY TRIBUH1
Mews of the State
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DriBcoll is to have a farm institute
March 31.
Devils Lake is some excited over
the near approach of two parties of
railroad surveyors, one from .he
south and the other from the north.
Ramsey county is rid of the drug
store cases which have caused so
much trouble. Judge Buttz transferr
ed them to Nelson county where .Turge
Templeton presides.
Devils Lake is to have a tine new
garage.
Walhalla business men are interest
ed in the proposed Farm Products
Exposition for next fall.
_^—
Belfleld is to have a new band.
The Belfleld Northwestern Tele
phone company recently bought ilia
stock of the Garden Valley Telephone
line, a fermero' organization, and will
do extensive line building through the
country during the summer.
Judge Leighton has issued an order
0
the village clerk of Powers Lake
to show cause why he should not
call a village election in accordance
with laWi
The different sides in ibe Cowan
impeachment. proceedings are lining
up their forces.
Charles Ludwig, accused of grand
larceny, was discharged because of
the death of the complaining witness,
James Colton, in the recent hotel fire
at Devils Lake.
Williston is to have a new theatre
soon.
Charged with breaking into a box
car oh the Great Northern, William
Elgie and. A. F. Grant have been
placed under arre3t at Willi's^oh
The cumulative system of voting is
causing considerable discussion at Mi
not with the rapid approach of the
city election.
Nellie Gande, the trained nurse,
charged with complicity in the Drury
murder case at Langdon, was bound
over to the district court of Cavalier
county, waiving the preliminary ex
amination, after much evidence had
been taken.
"Two hundred new members in a
single day," Is the slogan of the Grand
Forks Y. M. C. A.
Thomas Steadman, aged 77, a resi
dent of Grand Forks county since
1S82, is dead at his home south of
Larimore,
Judge William Murray, has opposi
tion in his race for police magistrate
of Minot, which position ha has held
for the past twenty years.
Efforts of the Grand Forks Com
mercial club to secure reduced rates
upon seed oats shipped into this state
were not successful.
The South Dakota /Travelling Mens'
association, which will meet at Lem
mon, S. D., in June, has Invited Gov,
Forbes, N. D„ March 24.—Fire yes
terday destroyed It O. Soger's large
store. C. M. Woodwarl's pool hall and
A. C. Berry's livery barn. The Are
swept over the buildings rapidly.
The loss is estimated Ml $20,000, par
tially covered by insurance. P. L.
Stroup and Frank Jasmer who oc
cupied rooms above Sager's store,
narrowly escaped with their lives.
Had the wind been from the south
instead of the north the greater por
tion of the village would have burned
down. The origin is unknown.
FARGO GIRL IS
KILLED IN LAUNDRY
Fargo, Mar. 24.—The young woman,
Bessie Thorud, who was so seriously
injured in the laundry'department of
the Pirie. Cafe Co., Fargo, a week ago
last Monday, succumbed to her in
juries a few minutes past 9 oclock
this morning, at the Northwestern
hospital, Modrhead.-"
AMIDON TO HOLD
COURT IN ST. PAUL
Fargo, Mar. 24.—Judge Charles F.
Amidon of Fargo, has been called to
St. Paul to preside over the grand
jury of the federal court term which
will be held in the gopher state. The
local federal, judge will go to St. Paul
next month to be present at the open
ing of the grand jury term which be
gins April 4, and he will also sit in
the regular court session.
CITIZENS DANK IN
A NEW WILDING
Belfleld, Mar. 24.—The citizens bank
wil soon start the erection of a new
bank building on the site where the
Times office formerly stood. The
structure will be 25x50 feet, built of
brjck and one story high, and will be
one of the best and most convenient
banking buildings in this part of the
state.
MAUNDER CANDIDATE
FOR MAYOR AT OAKES
Oakes, N. D., March 24.—C. A. Ma
lander is a candidate for mayor of
Oakes at the spring election to be
held Monday, April 3, 1911.
He has resided in this city for a
number of years and besides owning
property in the city has several choice
pieces of land in the county, and
.«w "knowing the needs of the taxpayers .Minewaukon,
Vassey of that state, and Governor of the city, will, if elected, do all inland that a main line town should be
Burke of North Dakota to "be pres- his power to see that they get what I selected.
ent. {they want. Judge Buttz ordered the cases sent
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C0SHY FIRE
JUDGE BUTTZ GRANTS
A CHANGE OF VENUE
Devils Lake March 24. As a re
sult of the application which was
made before Judge Buttz to have the
five drug store cases transferred to
another county for trial, it was
de-North
cided to have them sent to Nelson
county, and Judge Buttz has made
the order.
Counsel for the defendants urged
that the cases be sent to some other
county in the district, but Attorney
GeneraJ Miller resisted the application
on the ground that it would unneces
sarily inconvenience the state's wit
nesses as well as the defendant
themselves by taking the cases either
to Cando or Rolla,
sound and healthy teeth? Out of 11,374 children inspected by
the Medical Inspector in the schools of Toronto nearly 3,000
casesof physical defects were found. Of these 2,027 were credit
ed to decayed and imperfectly formed teeth. Sound teeth and good
bones come from thoroughly chewing a food that is rich in the phos
phates. You can't build them with mushy porridges, soggy pastries
or sweetmeats. Shredded Whole Wheat contains all *the necessary
phosphates in a digestible form. You HAVE to chew
SHREDDED WHEAT
The crispness of the shreds compels thorough chewing and a thorough mixing with
saliva, which is the first process in digestion.
Shredded Wheat Biscuit every morning for breakfast, served with milk or cream, will
build sturdy, robust youngsters and is a preventive of stomach and bowel disorders so
common to children. Being ready-cooked and ready-to-serve it is so easy to prepare a
nourishing meal with it in combination with fresh or preserved fruits—a meal that is
deliciously satisfying to grown-ups as well as youngsters. Your grocer sells it
THE ONLY CEREAL BREAKFAST FOOD MADE IN BISCUIT FORM
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company
Niagara Falls, N. Ye
Chews the
Way to Health
What •are you doting to give your children
T^^:^M'^^i0Mr^^W^^:-^
Mrs. Smith: "Do you. know, Mrs. Jones, your Tea Set ia the prettiest
I ever saw,- The people who make It surety have flood ta«te in de
signing grace and artistic lines."
Mrs. Jones: "Yes, and Its the most popular kind too. They have
Chafing Dishes and Percolators, Caassrrals Baking Dishes etc, aside
from wearing almost always its' distinction reflects elegance: and
beauty sen in'no other-kind*"
Mrs. Smith: "Thatis certainly true. I is delightful and I shall de
mand this ware the next time I am shopping down town. By the way,
who sells it in Bismarck?'
Mr. Jones: "Yes, one is always coreet both in durability
style with MANNING-BOWMAN Nickled Ware and it's sold by
BISMARCK HARDWARE CO.
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to Nelson county, and they will come
up for trial at Lakota in July unless
a special term is ordered.
Judge Templeton of Grand Forks
is the judge of the Nelson county
district court.
BIDS WANTED.
Sealed bids will be received by the
Rt. Rev. Vincent Wherle, Bishop, of
Bismarck, N. D., for the erection of a
solid brick hospital, at Dickinson,
Dakota.
Plans and specifications may be
seen at the Builders' Exchange in the
cities of Mineapolis, St. Paul and Far
go, also at Bismarck, N. Dak.,, and at
Dickinson, N. Dak.
All bids must reach Bishop WehrlSr
at Bismarck, N. on or before noosa
of April 11th, 1911.
ANTON DOHMEN,
Architect,
Milwaukee, Wis.
Tribune Ads. Bring Results.

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