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SHOT HOBOWHO NEW ROCKFORD, N. D., Oct. 27— Marshall P. H. West of New Rock ford, shot and severely injured a hobo who resisted arrest, and put up a fight The wounded man gave the name of John Doe. SUESRAILWAY FOR DAMAGES DEVILS LAKE, X. D., Oct. 27— John Rukagina, a Galatian laborer emploved by the Great Northern, and who was badly injured at Surrey sev eral weeks ago when some box cars collided with a flat car loaded with steel has started suit against the com pany for $10,000. Rukagina has been confined to St. Joseph's hospital since the accident. BOOSTERS ORGANIZE. GRAFTON, N. D., Oct. 27—The Walsh county boosters organized an association at Grafton at Mayor Gray's office by electing the following offi cers: President—J. L. CasheL Vice President—C. R. Verry. Secretary Treasurer—E. J. Gray. Executive committee: 1st Dist—John Donnelly, Grafton. 2nd. Dist.—J. E. Hannawault, Graf ton. 3rd. Dist—David Aitkin, Park Riv 4th. Dist.—H. N. Johnson, Lankln. 5th. Dist.—Henry Fletcher, Adams. er 1 Gordon The hat with thoroughbred lines and the quality you depend on NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST TWO PASSED EXAMS OFOPTOMETRY BOARD FARGO, N. »., October 27—The state optometry board has been in session for two days at the Waldorf hotel, discussing business matters and giving examinations to applicants for licenses. Sauer Kraut rlJST. The work of grading the papers was a very tedious task and as several members of the board desired to get back to their offices today and leave Fargo on the early morning trains, the body decided to finish grading the papers at once. Fine Eating A big barrel of Sauer Kraut just in. Include some in your next order GUSSNER'S HEATING STOVES A S E N E S GARLAND Two of the Best Makes S E W A LIGNITE HEATERS Round Oak Oak Home Twentieth Century In all sizes and trimmings to suit you Priced from $5 each to $60.00 Also Monarch, Quick Meal and Garland Ranges Your choice and style is here FRENCH & WELCH HDW. CO. Phone 141 Bismarck, N. D. HOME BREAD—-HOME BREAD Is the Bread of the Totcn We also have a full line of pastries. You ean 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 Only two applicants passed the ex aminations. They were H. W. Harm of Fargo, who is connected with D. D. Sullivan, and Arthur E. Cannon of Fargo, of the firm of Cannon & Schmid The board went on record for the enforcement of the state laws regard ing the incompetency of the occu lists over the state. Many of the North Dakota opticians came into the state to practice before there were any laws passed regulating their practice and they were required to pass no examination. The state board expects to give these eve doctors an opportunity to prepare to pass the state examination and do the kind of work that should be done and is expected of them. They will then be asked to take the state test and if failing to pass, or failing to take the examination their licenses will be revoked. NEW INSURGENT PAPER. GFAND FORKS, N. D., Oct. 27.—ago, The Progressive Observer will be thefinal name of a new weekly paper "which will be published in Grand Forks be ginning November 1. As its name im plies it will be devoted to boosting the interests of the progressive Re publicans of the state. W W Hats STRUCK BY FLYING BOLT VASHTI, Oct. 27.—John Sommer son sustained a painful injury Thurs day evening while threshing. A bolt from his engine flew out in some way, striking Sommerson just below and a little behind his right ear, causing him to fall instantly. He was hastily taken to Pingree, where Dr. Van de Erve dressed the wound. COMMISSIONER SHAW WAS NOT MISSING Devils Lake World: George Shaw of Fessenden, N. D.. phoned! The World from Anamoose this morn ing with reference to an article which appeared in the Devils Lake Journal, which said that complications had arisen at Dogden, in McHenry county, owing to the inability of the people there to locate him, claiming further that Mr. Shaw was in possession of considerable money which he secured as. United States commissioner. In his interview over the phone this morning Mr. Shaw claimed that at the time of his departure, the people were notified as to where he was going, having been called to Cleve land, ., where he underwent an oper ation. He has been there the last three months i"»i returned to his home in Fessenden just three days and is now at Anamoose taking proofs. The Bismarck Tribune copied the article and credited it to The World, and Mr. Shaw, who read it in the Tribune, staterd to call for a retrac tion and in telling what he thought of such an article threatened suit, until he was put on the right track. The story originated through the appearance of John Johnson, a bank er of Dogden, who visited here the lat ter part of last week. Mr. Shaw stated that his absence could not bethe helped and it was impossible for him to leave the hospital before now. After talking with Th World, Mr. Shaw asked *o talk with Judge Ami don with reference to the steps that The Journal stated would be taken toward the appointing of another United States commissioner, and thecompany putting of the United States machin ery in action looking toward a com plete investigation. YEGGMEN ENTER COLGATE STORE COLGATE, N. p., Oct. 27—The gen eral store of Kraabel & Kraabel of Colgate, was entered last night, the safe blown and the robbers secured between $45 and $50. Entrance was gained through the window. The man ager of the store was sleeping in the building and heard a noise in the night, but it was so slight he paid no attention to it. Cross Purposes. "Can you tell me something about the game laws around here?" asU»»r1 the stranger in Crimson Gulcbx "Well." replied Three Fingered Sam "1 could, but my advice to you would be If you don't know the rules of a game don't try to play It."—Washing ton Star. Character. Should one tell you that a mountain bad changed its place you are at lib erty to doubt it. but if any one tells you that a man has cbunged his char tcter do not believe it.—Mohammed. USEDJGE TEA To Darken the Hair and Re store Gray and Faded Hair to Its Natural Color, It is easier to preserve the color of the hair than to restore it, although it is possible to do both. Our grand mothers understood the secret. They made a "sage tea," and their dark, glossy hair long after middle life was due to this fact. Our mothers have gray hairs before they are fifty, but they are beginning to appreciate the wisdom of our grandmothers in using "sage tea for their hair and are fast following suit. The present generation has the advan tage of the past in that it can g-t a ready-to-use preparation called Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy. As a scalp tonic and color restorer this prep aration is vastly superior to the ordinary "sage tea" made by our grandmothers. This remedy is sold under guarantee that the money will be refunded if it fails to do exactly as represented. If your hair is losing color or coming out, start using Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur to-day, and see what a change it will make in a few days' time. This preparation is offered to the public at fifty cents a bottle, and is recommended and sold by all druggists. COWAN'S DRUG- STORE. Bismarck, N. D. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE »-r«»#^^^#^^^###»#»##. News of the State +++++++++++++++++++0*+++++++++0++S\ Stanley blind swineries were raid- ed. Walsh county boosters have organ ized. Cattle shipments are reported to be extra heavy. Greek letter fraternity men of Par go will banquet. Many weddings are scheduled for Thanksgiving week. Two alleged alien laborers are be ing held at Fargo. Miles City, Mont., schools are closed because of scarlet fever. Indoor baseball team are commenc ing their annual workout. Thanksgiving day comes on the last clay of November this year. Beach citizens were aroused over several cases of burglary. The safe in the general store at Colgate was blown by yeggs Bottineau and Rolette county schools have formed an athletic league Many improvements are noted in country school property this year. A hobo who resisted arrest was shot by the marshall at New Rock ford. A Vashti man was badly hurt when hit by a flying bolt from a threshing machine. Col. B. G. Whitehead is to be a can didate for Democratic national com mitteeman. Dynamite is being used in some sec tions to get the mammoth rutabagas out of the ground. Delinquent personal property taxes are now in the hands of the various sheriffs for collection. Receptions for the new pastor are being held in numerous places throughout the state. 1 V~"* There were two candidates who passed the state examinations before board of optometry. The Northern Pacific may^build a line from Pingree through to Valley City by way of Sanborn. The North Dakotans Who went to Detroit as the guests of the E. M. F. had a great time. Five civil cases and one criminal case are being tried at the term of the federal court at Devils Lake. A The new city hall at Grand Forks will be formally opened November 13 with appropriate ceremonies. A ten year old Dickinson girl whose clothing caught fire saved her life by jumping into a barrel of water, Box car merchants are finding it difficult to transact business in North Dakota without legal complications. Former court repo'-ter Edwards of Fargc has recently beaa elected city cierk of the new town of Chul-i Vista, Ca». Kernels Brewer: "The Carrington Record insists on the state fair be ing held at Bismarck—instead of on wheels." The alumni of the University of Wisconsin who are residing in North Dakota will banquet at Fargo in No vember. The president of the state library association will hold office for two years in the future instead of one year as formerly. Various conferences of the ministres ing more active enforcement of the of the state went on record as favor state prohibition law. North Dakota should have better roads if the people will pay any at tention to the lectures of federal high way engineer Burrell. The laborer wfoo was injured at Surrey in a collision on the Great Northern is suing the railway com pany for $10,000 damages. The tenth annual convention of the Ramsey county Sunday school work ers will be held at Churchs Ferry in November. Officials who came to Devils Lake from Washington state to take into custody R. Classissen. who had been IN THE PUBLIC £YE. Rufus Wallinwford on the Sta* arrested near Lawton several weeks ago, found that their man had been freed on a writ of habeas corpus and was not to be found. —4— Pingree is making improvements in preparation for the increased busi ness -expected a3 a result of opening the Pingree-Wilson extension. The famous Lamoure breach of promise suit of Pooch versus Koecks was ended by the direction of a ver dict in favor of the defendant. Some of the sheriffs who act in the capacity of scale testers have found many discrepancies in the weights meted out at some of the elevators. A traction engineer who drove his machine over some of the crossings witiiout protecting the same was fined $19 for violating the city ordinance prohibiting this. George Brown, the abductor of the Canadian school teacher, who was caught near Hannah by a North Da kota posse, pleaded guilty at the fall assizes at Morden, Manitoba. United States Commissioner George K. Shaw, of Fessenden, was recently reported missing turned up alive and well, having been in an Ohio hospital where he has been operated upon. DAKOTA TRUST CO. CASE DISPOSED OF GRAND FORKS, N. D, Oct. 27— The State railroad commission, with chairman W. H. Stutsman, W. H. Mann, and Secretary, Thomas Hall, present, put in a busy day of it at tl^ court house. Quite a grist of business was disposed of and the com mission adjourned to meet again Nov. 13, in Fargo. The commission dis posed of the troublesome question re garding the bonds furnished elevator companies by the Dakota Trust com pany by tentatively approving the bonds pending the decision of, the courts. The Leeds railroad schedule was up, but no decision was reached, O. J. Barnes of this city, appeared before jthe board and complained that he was not furnished with refrigerator cars in which to ship potatoes. A telegram was forwarded by the com mission to the freight traffic superin tendent in St. Paul on the subject. The petition of Thompson and Erick son asking for a spur track between Buxton and Reynolds in order that they can .haul gravel from their pit was up and the nearing set for Mon day, November 13, at 11 o'clock, in Fargo. Owing to the fact that the commis sion was not satisfied with the Dakota Trust company's settlement of the loss at Turtle Lake which occurred last winter, the commission had failed up to the present meeting to approve the company's new bonds for 1911, and 1912. Judge Engerud appeared before the board in behalf of the company and asked the commission to approve the bonds tentatively and grant licens es subject to a decision of the courts as to the action of me commission in withholding its approval of the new bonds. The petition of the trust company is that the approval of the bonds by the commission is a ministerial act and that the commission has no discretion Tto Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel 180 MODERN ROOMS Located la Heart of Burin— District $1.0 0 S I N E RATE $1.0 0 CUROPLAN. RATE WOlt TWO I O N 1 .SO MWMTC BATH AND TOIICT EXTRA eWCHT ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNNING WATER, STEAM MEAT, OAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTS. PORCELAIN LAVATORY, PARQUET FLOOR. AND TELEPHONE SERVICE TO OF FICE AND CITY. ALL SATH ROOMS ARE FINISHED IN WHITE TILE WITH OPEN NICKEL PLATED PLWMBINO. SEVEN -»TORT FIRE PROOF ANNEX NOW COMPLETEO. N Mor Laundry Troubles You can get your laundry when you want it and exactly as you want it. W know your needs— and do our utmost to meet them. Whe you send a shirt to us it means that it will be thoroughly cleaned—the fabric will in every way be protected—the shirt front will be flat—there will be no bulg ing to irritate you. he same satisfaction is found in everything we launder. Ou methods and processes are unequalled in N. Our prices are consistant. Send us your laundry today. Bismarck Steam Laundry Phone 54 in the matter and cannot refuse to ap prove the bonds that are regular in form. The commission takes the position that the approval of the elevator bonds is a judicial function and that the commission may withhold approv al or even withdraw approval of bonds already approved where for good cause, it determines that the bonds are not satisfactory. The result of the stipulation is that the licenses will be issued and the bonds now offered ap proved pending the determination of the point at issue by an action naw Children Cry for Fletcher's he in Yo a Alway a -which as been in for over 9 0 years as he signature of a as a his per sonal supervision since its infancy. GENUIN E CASTORI A ALWAYS Bears the Signature of The Kind YonHave Always Bought In Use ForOver 3 0 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY. T7 MURRAY STREET. NEW VORKCITV. nASTE may serve the purpose of a real diamond, but cotton never will serve the purposeof genuine wool. If you pay a fair price for clothes==«say $20, $18. or even $15=—there's no reason why you should not get an all wool fabric. I you want long wear out of your clothes, and good looks as long as you wear them, you must have all-wool. Make us prove it. SUITS AN OVERCOATS $10.00to $35.00 ROSEN'S CLOTHING SHOP Merchants of Fine Clothes" HOTEL MCKENZIE BISMARCK, N. D. WHITE ASH Lignite Coal $2.35 Per Ton Delivered in your bin. Quality Guaranteed CLOOTEN BROTHERS Old Wachter Barn Phone 105 514 Main St. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. Allo no to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitation and.**Just-as-good" a re E at trifle it a a he a of Infant a re E a a in E What is CASTORIA Castori a is a a substitute for Casto Oil, a re goric, a Soothin Syrups I is a a It contains it Opium in or Narcotic substance I a is^its a a I destroys W ms a allays Feverishness I cures Diarrhoe a a W in Colic. I relieves in re Constipation a Flatulency I assimilates he regulates he Stomae a Bowels giving a a a a sleep. he Children' Panacea—Th pending in the courts which will de termine whether or not the commis sion has discretion as to take such action as it sees fit. WILL DO CASH BUSINESS. Mr. A. E. Hagan has bought the Glitschka Meat Market and will do strictly cash busings. By selling for cash I can sell cheaper and give you better meats and service. Give me a trial.. A. B. HAGAN. 8HEET MUSIC. Nice line at Peck's Music House.