MOORHEAD, Minn., Oct. 20.—Ed
ward Lindey pleaded guilty. The case
was the robbery, alleged to have been
framed up bv him and Frank M. Rice
to steal the sum of $890 from R. M.2'.
He was brought before Judge Nye
on information of County Attorney
Johnson and was sentenced by the
court, under the new law, to a term
in the state reformatory at St. Cloud.
MINOT, Oct. 20.—The Minot bank
ers have agreed to ship into Minot
five carloads of milch cows for dis,
tribution among the farmers of the
Minot territory. This is merely a
starter on the campaign io build up
thT dairy industr in Minot
SS,h1w, 5! bri2c Tsteldy in
FOUR PASS S AI
FARGO. Oct. 20.—Of a class of ten
who took the examination to become
registered pharmacists in North Da
kota four were successful. There
were two to take the examination
for assistant pharmacists and both
passed, while one of those who tried
for registered pharmacist made the
The pharmaceutical board which
has been conducting the examinations
for tba past few days, gave out the
following list of successful candi
George R. Bergman, Balfour.
Edwin O. Larson, Minot.
Swen A. Sjoblon, Bismarck.
Andrew Teigen, Jamestown.
Arthur J. Anderson, Park River
J. C. Thro, Anamoose.
F. W. Slawson. Fargo.
When you buy a GORDON you
buy quality Insurance
that's what the name stands for
MODEL PLAY GROUNDS
FOR MINOT SCHOLARS
MINOT, Oct. 20.—With the pur
chase of the Anna Leerbsrg property
on the corner of Third V»'d Ramstad
streets, the board of education now
,i ,iC „.„»...k
The board proposes to establish a
system of modern play grounds for
the public schools.
ABERDEEN. S. I)., Oct. 20—With
,,.. .,,- the conclusion of the first day of the
quires among the laimeis Th tar midnight
Qf E a
S S a allnbut oneh ovfethbee people present
S & W However, little
the soil in the best of condition foi
that Phillip Kreiter died, have
has been added to the story as told
by these witnesses at the inquest.
During the entire first day the court
room was packed with men and wom
en, the latter being by far in the ma
jority. Interest in the testimony was
keen and many a listener leaned for
ward with hand to ear in order to
catch every word of the gruesome
story and strained eyes to catch a
glimpse of the young woman charged
with the murder of her husband.
STILL AT LARGE.
MINOT, Oct. 20—According to
Wild strawberries in October isn'
so bad for North Dakota.
EEADS THEM ALL
iTS great influence extends farana wide.
•In attendance,equipment,courses ofsluqy
acilities forplacing its stu dents in positions it is
A course inthis great school leads to success.
Ourcata/ogue, tnemost* artistic eversentout&y
anyscnoo/,te//syoua//aioutit. /fyou are inter
^stcJsenc/forii to-oay. Am/reas -s^^^st
MAMKATO COAfttfEACML COll£ff£^:%^
I IL AND 0REA
Rich, fresh Milk and Cream delivered daily.
You will like our service.
SUNNY CREST DAIRY
H. MILLER, Prop, BISMARCK, N. D.
HOME BREAD—HOME BREAD
Is the Bread of the Toton
vices received by Sheriff Ed. Kelley,
the men alleged to have robbed the
P. M. Cole and C. A. Bodmer stores
at Kenmare some time ago and who
made their escape from the jail at
Moose Jaw last week, are still at
BROKE BOTH WRISTS.
MICHIGAN, N. D„ Oct. 20—A dis
tressing accident occurred on the play
ground of the local school when Ray
mond Stubbs, the 10-year old son of
George Stubbs. fell
ladder and sustained complete frac
tures of both wrists.
f°r $ 1
We also have a full line of pastries. You can get
anything you want in the way of
PIES, CAKES, COOKIES and DOUGHNUTS
You don't know the best until you try
HUGHES BROTHERS BAKERY
Phone 546 Fifth Street
IS FIRE BU
anon MINOT, Oct. 20—Little six year old
the bloc John Newall, the son of Mrs. Caroline
central and high schools Newa 1 whose home was nearly des-
ted, with the exception of troyed by fire, is the cause of more
feet on Ramstad street owned by misfortune to his mother, than she is
Rev Minnls. now of Seattle,: really entitled to, and all because of
and ':,0 feet on Wellcome street owned an apparently inborn fascination for
by Mrs. Wagner.
fire. The last incident was at the
Newall home and was the third time
the small boy- had set fire to the house
and his mother is almost distracted
tor fear he wil meet death through
one of his seemingly uncontrollable
ventures with matches.
MINOT, Oct. 20—Peter Larson, a
farmer living about eighteen miles
south of this city, must face a charge
of burglary preferred against him by
Mrs. Jennie Kirk, who, with her hus
band has been been holding down a
claim near the Larson place.
The Kirks have not been on their
claim for some time and during their
absence the house was broken into
and a number of articles stolen. Mrs.
Kirk was in the city and swore out
a warrant and accompanied by Sheriff
Kelley went to the Larson place and
discovered some of the missing art
BIG POTATO YIELDS.
BUCHANAN, N. D.. Oct. 20—Potato
digging in the vicinity of Buchanan
all the go nowadays. A. A. Gray's
potato crop will yield about 100 bush
els to the acre. Ben Campbell has
some that average about 200 an acre.
L. A. Beyer says that he had a quar
ter of an acre and got 60 bushels.
Wheat in this vicinity is something
of the past, as winter rye, potatoes
and corn will take its place in an
MASONS ARE HONORED
u-vea oi so WASHINGTON, Oct. 20-The su
frnm a revolving Preme council yesterday elected Dr.
from a revolving
ard, Hillsboro Gilbert C. Grafton, T.
I. Lewis, and Augustus Roberts, Par
go, as knights commander of the
court of honor.
At Fargo, October 24, in honor of
William Koch, grand foreman. Tick
ets and banquet, who will be pres
ent, 50 cents. Bismarck homestead in
vited to be present. Notify Mrs. Nel
lie Schooley, Fargo, that table reser
vation can be made, and attend if
A BALD-HEADED WOMAN
Shorn of Her Crown of Beauty, Los«a
In Love and Marriage.
Hair Is certainly most necessary to
woman. Who could love and marry a
bald-headed woman? What charms
could one array to offset such a disfig
A woman's goal Is usually love and
marriage. Her crowning glory is her
feair. The loss of her hair mars her
beauty, happiness, and success. Yet
there are thousands of women who are
neglecting or Injuring their hair to
such an extent that it is only a matter
of time when it will be utterly ruined
Many women destroy the beauty of
their bair through thoughtlessness or
ignorance of certain facts. They use
curling irons over-heated, or to excess,
which destroys the natural oil of the
hair, causing it to split, break, and
come out. They do not shampoo their
hair often enough, or too often. They
use soaps or preparations which con
tain Ingredients positively harmful to
the scalp and hair.
As a result of such treatment, dan
druff is created, the hair loosens, loses
color, falls out, and baldness com
mences, unless proper and prompt pre
cautions are taken in time. Then
again, microbes and certain diseases
bring about unhealthy scalp and bair
Almost any woman may rid herself
if dandruff and diseased scalp and
hair if she will but use the right rem
edy. We have that remedy, and we
will positively guarantee that it will
either relieve dandruff and baldness or
it will not cost the user anything.
That's a pretty broad statement, but
we will back it and prove It with our
own money. We will return your
money if you do not find that Rezall
"93" Hair Tonic is nn entirely satis
factory remedy that will promote hair
growth and overcome scalp and hair
troubles that it will grow hair even
on bald heads, unless all life in the
hair roots has been extinguished, the
follicles closed, and the scalp is glazed
and shiny. It gpts its name from the
fact that it prew hair in 03 out of 100
cases, where it received a thoroughly
hard, impartial, and practical test.
We want you to try Rexall "93"
Hair Tonic at our risk. You surely
cannot lose anything by doing so.
while you have everything to gain.
You had better think this over, and
then come in and see us about this of
fer. You will be well repaid for your
visit to our store. Remember, you can
get Rexall Remedies in this community
onlv at oar store—The Rexall Store.
LENHART DRUG COMPANY
Bismarck, N. D.
BISMARCK DAILY TWBUN1
I News ofthe State 1
"Old Bill" Mumby rejoiced over the
departure of several disreputable
characters from Buford.
A truck apple seller was jailed at
Bowbells for selling from a boxcar.
O. R. Breaw, a Sunday school mis
sionary in Foster, Stustman and ad
joining counties, walked 2,318 miles
during the performance of his duties
Two Grand Forks railway men were
injured in a railway accident in Mani
A daylight robbery at Osnabrock
made the citizens indignant.
Winter wheat growing will help a
lot to solve the problem of earlier
harvesting and threshing.
Considerable interest is manifested
in the selection of seed corn for
planting in the season of 1912.
The long headed farmer is the one
who. has hay to sell in the spring.
"Why not pull together for a great
er Hillsboro" is thi question askefl
by residents of the Traill county
Five hundred experimental farms
for North Dakota looks good to the
It snowed at Ruso.
North Dakotans. after their beauti
ful fall weather, are hoping for some
more of it when Indian summer ar
Tfte teach-ers of Pembina county
will meet at St. Thomas in Novem
A 1-year-old tot at St. Thomas pulled
the plug from a washing machine and
was badly scalded by hot water.
The county dads of Billings county
decided to build three new bridges
on the roads leading into Marmarth.
A headline. "Doc and Liver Win"
in the Hope Pioneer did not prove to
be a medicine ad, but a writaup of a
A Braddock youth sustained a frac
tured skull when thrown from a horse.
Some things come to those who wait
but opportunity is not among these.
The deepest mud hole and poorest
stretch of road measure the longest
distance to market.
A freight car loaded with wooden
water pipes, tarred inside and out,estimated
caught fire at Finley and efforts to
quench the flames proved unavailing.
The Scranton commercial club gave
Jamestown wants its armory fin
ished at soon as possible.
The Nubs man of the Grand Forks
Herald started to take a little slam
at the Magic City, but the compos
itor got it spelled Minto and the force
of the argument was lost.
The Phi Alpha Delta legal fratern
ity of the state university tendered
an elaborate farewell banquet to
Judge Corliss and B. G. Skulason.
John W.| Scott of Gilby has pur
chased 1,000 sheep which he w!ll!|?
graze on his big farm. j|§
Grand Forks boasts of 39 factories.
Mott may have a public library.
With the injunction removed work
on the new school house at Flasher
will be rushed along as rapidy as!
Some of the county commissioners
are making plans to act this winter
on seed grain for next spring.
A Ward county farmer was arrested
for burglary, being accused of break
ing into a neighbor's claim shack.
State humane officer Blake is a very
A Cass county trapper was arrested
bv the game warden.
The slilver anniversary \of North
Dakota Methodism was celebrated by
a rousing meeting at Grand Forks
prior to the assembly of the state con
Barnes county is proud of its good,
A number of North Dakota towns ,j
are boosting for better lighting sys-,
There is considerable rivalry as to
which section of the state can claim
the spuds championship.
The Fargo Commercial club is be
ing congratulated upon securing
Charles P. Stein for secretary.
Three Fargo grocery stores were|
burglarized in one night.
Sir William McKenzte, president of
the Canadian Northern railway, re
cently passed through the Magic City.
Many of the county roads through
out the state are being pul into better
condition as the result of the agita
tion for better highways.
The robbers wanted at Kenmare
who wer-a arrested in Canada and
made their escape, are reported to be
still at large.
A six-year-old boy at Minot who
possesses apparently an inborn fasci
nation for fire, has set fire to his
parents home three different times.
150,000 BUSHELS MARKETED
MONPELIER, N. D., Oct. 20—It is
that 150,000 bushels of
wheat and barley has been marketed
here this fall, worth about $130,000. It
is also estimated that there is about
A. W. LUCAS CO.
$30,000 worth of flax to come in, flax
threshing having just begun, In fact
some of the crop on the west side of
the river is now being cut.
The Minot public schools will have
a system of model play grounds.
It Pays to Buy the Best
Lehigh White Ash
Delivered F.O.B. Cars
Per ton of 2000 pounds
CONSOLIDATED COAL CO.
DICKINSON, N. D.
PRICES NAME TO OTHER TOWN ON APPLICATION
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911.
Many people think it would be bet
ter to have one great state federation
of boosters working for the entire
commonwealth than half a dozen lit
tle organizations, each boosting for
but their own section of the state.
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