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WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18 1911.
Terrible Suffering Eczema All Over Baby's Body. "When my baby was four months old his face broke out with eczema, and at sixteen months of age, his face, hands and arms were in a dreadful state. The eczema spread all over his body. We had to put a mask or cloth over his face and tie up his hands. Finally we gave him 'food's Sarsapa rilla and in a few months he was en tirely cured. T»day he is a healthy boy." Mrs. Inez Lewis, Baring, Maine. Hood's Sarsaparilla cures blood dis eases and builds up the system. Get it today in usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sarsatabs. NOTES OF THE SUBLIME PORTE. Turks entered Europe in 1321, rav aging Thrace and Macedonia. In 1150 the Turkish Empire in Asia Minor was consolidated. Turks became allies of the Greek empire in the Persian war of 560. Russian and English fleets defeated Turkey in the Aegean sea, near Scio, in 1170. Hungary in 1444 made a truce with Turkey for ten years, but it was brok en by Ladislaus IV. Constantinople was splendidly re built by Justinian in 532. From 746 to 749 it was desolated by the plague, which claimed 200,000 victims. Constantine in 328 removed to Con stantinople, the seat of the eastern empire, which ended in 1453, when the city was captured by Mohammed II. Jgtr Jfco/m?" S. Seiderberg & Co's. After Donintr 6Igars Everybody Is Smoking It Adams' Drug Store First Natl. Bank Bldg. WELL DRILLING Tubular Wells Drilled Well Supplies & Wind Mills Irrigation Pumps, Traction Engines, Stationary Engines 2 1-4 H. P. Oasoline A A Pumping Engine 4 H. P. Stationary E £i(\ Gasoline Engine 9 7 0 Francis Jaszkowiak ci Jaszkowia BISMARCK, ISMARCK N. D. MILK AND CREA flur Rncinacc Rich, fresh Milk and Cream delivered daily. You will like our service. PHONE .454L SUNNY CREST DAIRY G. H. MILLER, Prop, BISMARCK, N. D. To (Special ts the Tribune) WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 18.— "The obligation of the national gov ernment to the waterways* of the Unit ed States is a national rather than a state or "syndicate proposition," was the terse way in which Congressman L. C. Dyer of St. Louis characterized the widespread movement for improv ing the water courses of the country. "The control of the navigable water ways of this country was vested in the federal government in 1790. Prom 1790 to 1810 the improvements to the rivers and harbors were made by the states with the consent of congress. From 1810 to 1852 these improvements were provided. for by congress with the stipulation that the work should be done under the direction of the president. By act of congress ap proved in 1852 it was distinctly speci fied that the money appropriated for waterway betterments should be ex pended under the supervision of the secretary of war and since th time all acts relating to the expenditure of money on our rivers and harbors have contained that provision. And so it came about that the engineer corps of the army was charged with the work of improving our great natural high ways. "To those who live on navigable riv ers the importance of some definite and concrete plan for bringing these rivers into the highest possible state of efficiency is paramount. But to those who live in the interior of the country, back from the waters, the needs of improved waterways are somewhat hazy, and yet I feel sure that there has been a general awaken ing throughout the country to thej manifold benefits that would accrue if all our navigable rivers were made .** .•• .•. WHAT THEY SAY. H. L. VAN BENSCHOTEN In reply to an inquiry made by a, representative of the Tribune, relative to the Industrial Exposition, H. L. Benschoten, states attorney of Mercer county, made the following statement: "The Exposition has beefl an un qualified success. The variety and quality of products exhibited and the artistic manner in which they were displayed, amazed not only the visi tors from the east, but proved a rev elation to our own people as well. Every county represented has oc casion to feel proua of the showing made. And we have found that most every county is sdccessfully raising corn, red clover, alfalfa, and other tame grasses. After visiting every booth and not ing the individual merit of each coun ty exhibit, we are reminded of the language made use pf by the late Admiral Schley when he exclaimed: "There's honor and glory enough in it for us all." Commissioner Gilbreath is entit led to great credit, and he should have the active support and co-operation of every person !n the state. Mr. Schwiegert and your humble servant are both grateful to the citi zens of Bismarck and vicinity for their friendly interest in Mercer county's fight for a railroad. And now that word has just been received that the N. P. has decided to complete the line to Stanton at once, we fully appreciate the value of the influence exerted on our behalf. And we have had an en joyable time meeting old friends and making new acquaintances. "How do I like Bismarck?" I feel the same sentiment towarrt the city that Prof. Bedford voiced, when he bid me good bye last week: "I have met so many delightful people here that I hate to leave the town." And so on behalf of Mercer county I feel like saying now, Hurrah for the Industrial Exposition at Bis marck in 1912. CAREFUL Attention Given All Customers Pkase y°u* UUI DUdlllCOO Carriages, Drivers or anything in the modern livery line CLOOTEN BROS'. LIVERY OLD WACHTER BARN 514 MAIN ST. Cabs» Hacks, to bear their due proportion of trans portation and thereby assist material ly in the solution of freight rates. The urgent need for improved waterways is obvious. To understand this thor oughly we must consider that the in creased carrying, power on land and sea has been more than met by the in crease of the commodities to be moved. The freight carried on the ocean today is 30 times greater than that of a century ago, while our en tire system of railroad transportation has been erected within the memory of men now living. By reason of im proved transportation facilities freight rates havd been greatly reduced, and yet further reductions are needed in many classes which probably be only be brought about by a systematic de velopment of the waterways. "Coming, as I do, from the great Mississippi valley, I am convinced that it is only through a broad, intelligent and comprehensive plan of develop ment of the Mississippi, the Missouri and the Ohio rivers and their tribu taries can we of the middle west ever attain to the measure of usefulness desired. "I stand with the National Rivers and Harbors congress in its ef fort to eliminate the 'pork barrel' from river and harbor legislation and for one, I would like to see the great economic question of transportation lifted completely out of politics and put on a plane where sanity and hon esty will prevail in its solution. As a world power we have a right to enjoy the world's marltets and every handi cap as represented by our unimproved rivers be eliminated so that improved economic conditions may become an actuality rather than the dream of students of political economy." SECTIONS OF LAND SOLO NEW ENGLAND, N. D., Oct. 18.— 'G. R. Wannemacher, who came out from Columbus, Ohio, has been doing a good stroke of land business. He closed several deals with well known parties west of town. He sold the northwest quarter section of 5-135-98 to Mike Stimac. John Leder pur chased the east half of section 25-136 98. from Mr. Wannemacher. H. Knutson made a deal with Mr. Wan nemacher for the southeast quarter section of 29136-98, and Ole Knut son made the same kind, crop-pay- BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE JUSTICE HARLAN HAD NOTABLE CAREER 8 (By Associated Press.) WASHINGTON, Oct. 17.—John Marshall Harlan, the oldest justice of the supreme court of the United States, who died at his residence here after a short illness, was 78 years old and had been on the bench since 1877. At various times during his career he was a candidate for con gress and vice president of the United States. He fought in the Civil war, was attorney general of Ken tucky and was one of the American arbitrators on the Bering sea tri bunal. Justice Harlan gained fame recently as the only dissvnter to the Standard Oil and tobacco trust disso lution decisions. ment, for the southwest quarter of the same section. Mr. Wannemacher has been in this country for many years and he says the prospects for a bumper crop next year couldn't be better. This has been an off year in many states, but Mr. Wannemacher thinks that North Dakota has fared very well and he thinks more of his land holdings in the New England territory than ever before. He is selling lots of land but wishes he owned lots more right in this locality. C. E. Mortenson made a deal this week with Mr. Wannemacher for the northwest quarter of section 29-126-98. We understand that the land was pur chased on the crop payment plan. Mr. Mortenson is a hustling young farmer and can farm this land conveniently as it is located near his homestead. SUCCESS The thrifty empl ye is one who is offered stock in the business. Posi tions of trust do not seek extrav agant men. Start a savings account today at the City National bank $1.00 will do it. Have you tried the new 5c cigar wonder, John Ruskin. A. W. LUCAS CO. Shoe Department FIRST MARKET DAY AT ELGIN ELGIN, N. D., Oct. 18.—Saturday, October 28, is the day set for the first market day to be held in Elgin. On that day the merchants will offer lib eral discounts, and many valuable prizes will be offered. A band will be hired to render music the entire day. The services of an auctioneer will be given free to all who bring articles to town for sale. OLD PAPERS FOR SALE Something you will need when you start housecleaning. A nice big bunch for a niekle. At the Tribune office. CAUSES SICKNESS. Good Health Impossible With a Dis ordered Stomach. There is nothing that will create sickness or cause more trouble than a disordered stomach, and many people daily contract serious maladies simply through disregard or abuse of the stomach. We urge every one suffering from any stomach derangement, indigestion, or dyspepsia, whether acute or chronic. to try Rexall Dyspepsia Tablets, with the distinct understanding that we refund their money without question or formality, if after reasonable use of this medicine they are not snf isfied with the results. We recom mend tbem to our customers ev ery dny. and have yet to hear of any one who has not been benefited by them. Three sizes. 25c. fiOc.. and $1.00 a box. Sold in this community only nt our store The Rexall Store LENHART DRUG COMPANY Bismarck, N. D. OXY-ACETYLENE WELDING OF ALL METALS by the FOUNDRY & WELDING CO. Automobile Cylinders, Crank-shafts, Broken Axles, Cranks and all parts, welded or cast like new Also do heavy Steam and Gas Engine Repairing W solicit your work. Write us about any work in this line W E CAN DO IT Bismarck, N. D. 921 Front Street Three Are you smoking it or are you miss ing it? John Ruskin 5c cigar. CLIFFORD'S RESTAURANT. OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. CATARRH CAPSULES Iritandli 24 Hours Each Cnpf l«beanttiefa|D\ UUUtf \^J lofeountorfWU y»#i»#i#^»#^#####^#i»i»»##*##»###*»** JEWELRY STORE. I am located first door north of the Grand Pacific Hotel, and am prepared to do all WATCH REPAIRING In the best of workmanship and at reasonable prices. 15 years experience In Germany and 3 years work here PRICES REASONABLE And all work absolutely guaran teed to give satisfaction. Come and see me, get prices, or send in our work by insured mail. I will please you JOHN QASCHK 4th St, Next O. P. Hotel We Cast in Gray Iron and Brass Do all Kinds of Machine Work