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NEW JEVELOPMENTS IN KREITER CASE ABERDEEN. Oct. 21.—Although the second day of the murder trial of Eva May Kreiter closed last evening without there having as yet been of fered any testimony which can be considered convincing, the end of the day was marked by noticeable sus pense about the court and the expec tation is that today the prosecution is to bring out anew line of testimony which is to put an 'entirely new ap pearance to the trial of the girl widow. This expectation is accom panied by the belief that the trial is: to be in process for a much longer, time than its progress during the opening days would suggest. The grounds for such belief are said to be the presence here of a sister who ar* to take the stand in behalf: ot theestfat/e. Accompanyings Copyright Han Schaffoer St Marx them from th same place are Misse Mary YOU'Respeciallto E going be pleased with the new models in suits well show you this Fall made for us by Hart Schaffner & Marx And by the way—this change of weather makes one think of Overcoats too. Anyway, suits or overcoats, we are sure we have just the right one for you—when con venient, drop in, we're here every day. The Clever Clothes Shop Tlergeson's Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights Hand Colored Photos From the Chicago Ar Institute photos of land scapes artistically col ored by hand. They are real works of art. Mounted on 11x14 embossed folders they retail at $1.00 each, and are worth it. We got the assortment at a bargain and sell them at 3 Subjects for $1.00 Nothing nicer for Xmas pres ents. See our south window. You will buy BISMARCK STATIONERY COMPANY Fourth Street NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST RECORD YIELD Carrington Independent Here is a potato yield record, the truth of which is vouched for by re sponsible it a Schlerth raised 700 alleged crook. bushels of acres. Our informant says that this great yield is attributable to one thing principally—-thor ough cultivation of the soil. and Margaret Mack, who also are to testify regarding th husband of the 6 deuce will be introduced which TIME TO ACT Don't Wait for the Fatal Stages of Kidney Illness—Profit by Bis marck People's Experi ences. Occasional attacks of backache, ir regular urination, headaches and dizzy spalls are common early symptoms of kidney disorders. It's an error to neglect these ills. The attacks may pass off for a time but return "with greater intensity. If there are symp toms of dropsy—puffy swellings be low the eyes, bloating of limbs and ankles, or any part of the body, don't delay a minute. Begin taking Doan's Kidney Pills, and keep up the treat ment until the kidneys are well, when your old time health and vigor will return. Cures in Bismarck prove the effectiveness of this great kidney remedy. Mrs. Frank Gray, 615 N. Second St., Bismarck. N. Dak., says: "Sev eral weeks ago I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills an«^ being bad off with my back anl kidneys, I got a box from the Lenhart Drug Co. They acted just as represented and relieved me of a dull, heavy pain through my back, to gether with a kidney weakness. I In tend to continue taking Doan's Kid ney Pills, as I have the utmost faith in their ability to permanently cure hle. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbum Co., Buffalo. New lork, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name—Doan's—and take no other. DEEPEST SLEEP. It Always Occurs During the First Hour of Slumber. "Yes," said the doctor, "sleep is a very puzzling mystery. Nobody knows what the cause of it is, but we do know that it is always accompanied by anaemia of the brain. In other words, when you sleep the blood drains away from the head to the limbs. If you fell asleep on a bal anced bed. the moment you dropped off the foot of the bed would begin to sink, and the deeper the sleep the greater the slant. "That is why a hot bath tends to sleepiness. It brings the blood to the skin and so lessens the supply in the brain. Curiously enough, great cold has the same effect aud for the same reason. You know how cold swells and reddens the hands. "Recent experiments have shown conclusively how pale and bloodless the brain grows in sleep. How? Well, apiece of bone has been remov ed from the skull of a puppy and a watchglass inserted instead. The mo ment the puppy under observation wakes its brain at once grows pink again. No: the puppy doesn't seem to mind it. "Experiments made by dropping heavy balls have shown that sleep is always at its deepest in the first hour. After that unconsciousness gets shal lower and shallower." London An swers. In December, 1909, Hill presented a draft at a Carrington bank, drawn upon what he alleged as his father's commission firm in Toronto, Canada. He was identified at the bank as a cousin of a Carrington young lady, at whose home he was a guest, and the draft was endorsed by the wom an. When the draft reached Toronto it was found to be no good. Since saloon keeper at Bemidji, was arrest that time the Pinkertons have been searching the coutnry over for the today is on the way back in charge HEAD CRUSHED IN UNLOADING ENGINE KENSAL, Oct. 21.—Ed Putnam, no a potatoes this year on a plot of for Grant Partlow, was ground that measured only 1.6 ser existence that evii ixjg make it absolutely necessary for condition. put the defendant upon the Jf to a ot the dead man, Mrs August Khnge, possession of the prosecuting Tl 00(111/ 0 of Topeka Kan., and her husband a a 8 iv 0 a of he a it affidavits, it is said, would at the same time disagree with the line of defense to be made by Mrs. Kreiter's counsels and detract weight from any testi mony that she might give. ALLEGED CROOK HAY BE NABBED CARRINGTON, Oct. 21.—A tele gram was received here from Pinker ton detecties at Salt Lake City stat ing that L. W. Hill, wanted here °n a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses, had been apprehended there. A wire to hold him, brought another telegram from the western city that Hill had gone to Los An geles, but that he would be captured there. been draying for the past seriously injured Wednesda afteiv noon while assisting A. Thompson in unloading an engine from a box car. While lifting a part of the heavy machinery Mr. Putnam overbalanced and was pinioned against the car with the heavy machinery against his head. Ha received a broken jaw and other painful bruises. With difficulty Mr. Thompson extricated him from this position and he was uhrried to Dr. Longstreth's office where his in-for juries werve dressed. At a late hour iouslv inliured Wednesday ,.^ „.„„„», „, wilel are wasTstilTin ^serious Mrs. rLUuli lit uKUWu I I I STAKPtDE COTTLE CARRINGTON, Oct. 21.—The other noon a great flock of crows swooped close to the pasture in which R. E. Walker has his celebrated black cat tle. Four of the calves were badly frightened and stampeded, going through a three-wire fence and not bringing up until they had reached Norman Nickolson's pasture, four miles away. A farm hand went on horseback in search of the calves within a short time after they stam peded, finding hem in the Nickolson pasture. In returning home, two of the calves played out and were left to recuperate, but they have not sine© been found. SUSPECTMAYBE PAL OF DUMAS ST. PAUL, Oct. 21—Charged with having bought a store building at Black Duck, Minn., then cooperating with Dr. Dumas of Cass Lake in hav ing it burned in oif.er to collect the insurance, Eddie Gerald, formerly a e( a Portland, Oregon, yesterdav and of the sheriff of JJelrtrami county.. His arresj is another link in the chain that the state officials are weaving about the Cass Lake mayor and the band of alleged incendiaries. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE THEN E O E CO. Send Ten Cents for a Trial Bottle and Booklet If unacquainted with the dandruff destroying, and hair-saving qualities of Newbro's Herpicide, send 10 cents in postage or silver for a trial size bottle. With it will also be sent a booklet telling how to have and keep a nice head of hair. Address THE HERPICIDE COMPANY, Dept 63 Detroit Michigan. News of the State Barnes county wants mora settlers. Devils Lake wants a sugar beet factory. I McVille will have a new gasoline fire engine. A farmer living near Danhoff lost his house by fire. Work on the new depot at Beach is progressing rapidly. Three transient booze were nabbed at Easby. A V-—' An auto plow unloaded at McKen zie attracted a great deal of attention. Devils Lake people are enthusiastic over the prospects of a paper mill. Many thousands of dollars worth of horses were sold this year in North Dakota. McVille is now assured a twenty four hour service electric light plant. The Mouse River Loop Develop ment association was formed at Minot. Louis Waters, a harvest hand hail ing from Wisconsin, dropped dead at Osnabrock. —v Some unusual potato yields have been reported from various parts of the state. The hearing in the Minot normal injunction case has been postponed until November 3. The Recorder Post of Dickinson contained five full page advertise ments in its recent issue. An incipient scrap between the Valley City editors was nipped in the bud All herds from which a clean milk supply is desired should be frequent ly inspected by a competent veteri narian. Rutabagas twenty-eight inches in circumference by actual measurement! is the kind one Dickinsonite raised this year. bushels of flax. The greenhouses of the Hoskina' see the smoke of the first engine in Floral company will be open to public inspection Sunday afternoon, from 2 to 5. The new towns along the Pingree Wilton extension rejoice as they can the distance. I venders The Lidgerwqoil National bank has moved into its new building. A. The electric light company will build a new plant at Wahpeton. This has been the best cattle year over a quarter of a century. Messrs. Dickson and Colgrove who! exposition and promises to be there farmed 2,500 acret in Dunn county, I next year better than ever, harvested between 25.000 and 30,000 Emmons county was fortunate in A little boy living near Dickinson had one leg broken when it caught between the spoke of a wagon wheel Just as the vehicle started. Emil Mix, son of G. Mix of Den hoff, who is a member of Sousa's band, will play all winter with the AND THEN "Mother's" code of Scalp Cleanliness included the energetic use a fine toothed comb NOW she applies a reliable scalp prophylactic and antiseptic How well we recall the days when mother would say: "Here, get that fine toothed comb. I must scratch your head, it is. full of dandruff." And Oh, the agony of the next two hours. How we hated it. There was no use in remonstrating. We were obliged to submit our tender scalps to that scratching and digging which left a hurting in each individual hair and our scalp raw, tender and perhaps bleeding. Poor soul, she didn't know what -else to do. The germ origin of dandruff had not yet been determined. But the dirt and dandruff was a reality, it was there and and must be gotten rid of. There was no such thing as a sanitary hair dressing and the fine toothed comb was the most effective eradicator "mother" knew. And what did she accomplish? Nothing, absolutely nothing but the temporary removal of the scale-like accumulation and the infliction of pain and discomfort What does "mother" do now? Instead of that torturing and hair-destroying comb she keeps on hand at all times and insists upon every member of the family using regularly and intelligently NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE The Original Dandruff Germ Destroyer Unlike the comb, Herpicide is effective. Far from being a discomfort, it's use is a delight. The feeling of cleanliness and self-assurance following an applica tion of this remedy commands it to all, young and old, men and women. Properly applied, Herpicide works down around the root of the hair where it destroys the germ life that causes dandruff. This permits proper nourishment to reach and strengthen the hair which becomes vigorous and luxuriant and ceases to fall out. Itching of the scalp, which ia so disagreeable, stops almost instantly. Newbro's Herpicide contains no grease, does not stain or dye and possesses a most delicate and exquisite odqr. For Sale at all Dru Stores winning premiums at the Industrial New York Symphony orchestra un- A. W. LUCAS CO. Shoe Department der the direction of Walter Damrosch. George B. Short of Chippewa Falls is the new superintendent of the Devils Lake electric light plant. There was a great deal of suspicion that the fire which destroyed theI Great Northern depot at Eastby was the work of fire bugs. 8ATURDAY. OCTOBER 21, 1911. Four box cars, two loaded with coal, one with flax and one with wheat, were destroyed by fire in the freight yards .at Dickinson. Wekre North Dakota divided into ten acre farms, with an average fam ily on each tract, it would have a population of seven million. Tribune Want Ads Bring Results I NOW You Want Newbro's Herpicide, Not Advice The suggestion of "something just as good" when Herpicide is requested, like most unsolicited advice, comes from a selfish motive. The substitute pays the Dealer a larger profit. Do you see why he Ms so anxious to sell you "something just as good?" Insist upon having genuine Herpicide, not advice.