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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1911.
Woman's Power Over Man Largest tones, correct styles and Special Styles for Holiday Gift Souvenirs t«i Woman's most glorious endowment is the Dower to awaken and hold the pure and honest of a worthy man. Whan she loses it and stili loves on, ao one in the wide world can know the heart agony she endures. The woman who suL'ors from weak ness and derangement of her special womanly or ganism soon loses the power to sway the heart of man. Her general health suffers and she loses her good looks, her attractiveness, hsr amicbility and her power and prestige as a woman. Dr. lit.V. Pierce, of Buffalo. N.Y., with the assistance of his staff of able physicians, has prescribed for and cured many thousands of women. lie has devised a successful remedy for woman's ail ments. It is known as Dr. Pbrce's Favorite Prescription. It is a positive specific for the weaknesses end disorders peculiar to women. It purifies, regu lates, strengthens and heels. Medicine dealers sell it. No honest dealer will advise you to accept a substitute in order to raske a littleforJer profit. IT MAKES A E T77GB2EN STRONG, SICK WOMEN WELL. Dr. Pierce's Pleanant Pellets regula'e and atreythea Stomach, Liver mad Bowel*. Auiogeneous Welding By Ox Acetylene Process Automobile cylinders, crank and gear cases, or any Auto or machinery casting, made of any metal, welded and made like new FOUNDRY & WELDIN CO Bismarck. Phone 83 921 Front St. TRIBUN E WAN AD S BRIN RESULT A Reminder Holiday Portraits CHRISTMASt SHOPPING Is often- times pu off until the last mo ment, and we are, as a consequence, taking this means of reminding our patrons that a frst-class portrait re quires lots ofattention and just a little time. We hope you are contemplat ing photographs, and an early sitting will insure satisfactory work. FAMOU S WILTO N LIGNIT $2.75 Per Ton Holmboe Photograph Studio 5th Street Opposite Soo Hotel The Coal That's All Coal N O DUST |N0 DIRT NO SOOT This coal does not clinker and contains less sulphur and ash than any other lignite coal mined in North Dakota Washburn Lignite Coal Go. Office Cor. 9th St. and Broadway Phono 453 J] The Lamp That Saves The Eyes Children naturally never think el possible strain on their eyesight when poring over a formating book. It it up to you to tee they do not ruin their young eyes these long evenings by reading under a poor light. The Rayo Lamp is an insurance against eye troubles, alike (or young and old. The Rayo is a low-priced lamp, but is constructed on the soundest principles, and there is not a better lamp made at any price. It is easy on the eye because its light is so soft and white and wideh/o^aSaed. And a Rayo Lamp never flickers. Esalyfisjb)sdwithout rtiorisf dude or danacy easy to desa sad rcwick. 5»MtisMlfaesmsta.*wMioj«oWwt«DicK^ A*y««sWtosWrMlaMMafFUrolaipi or write for. to wr wilier of Standard Oil Company faesf»«s»Ml) S (By Associated Press.) PARIS, Nov. 4.—The aviators.Le gagneux and Marhinet, went shoot ing on board an aerpplane in the neighborhool of Comptegne recently. Legagneux piloted the biplane in dex trous circles and ovals above the cov erts while Martinet did the shooting, ing on board an aeroplane in the air and fly at a less speed than a par tridge and, as Martinet is an experi enced shot, he rarely missed birds whose line of flight was that of the aeroplane. He also killed two hares, the apparatus wheeling down just above them. The difficult part of the sport was finding the game after landing. The public prosecutor at Rheims has brought proceedings against avra- ?nH*Sii^ 5 5 2 V1™L olf'in and killed a machinist, Germai Gar des, and Aviator Prevost, who ran in- to a soldier, Eug-a* Potin, imprud ently and carelessly, the attorney af firms. nervous centers radium produces pa- ?°ff ralysls and rapid death. This has except that the radium emanations were absent, remained wall. Microscopic examination of the an- imal tissues after death showed no change except a diminution of• white globules in the blood and congestion of the blood in the lungs. The bodies had acquired such extraordinary ra dio- activity that three days after death they made an impression on a photographic plate through several sheets of black paper. Madam-e Curie says that "if the na- are tittle known the cause of spon taneous radioactivity remains as mysterious, and is always a subject of profound astonishment." This radio-activity being communi cated to almost -everythrng adjacent to the subject except lead. The ra dium institute that the French gov ernment or, more properly, the Uni versity of Paris, is building for Mad ame Curie is being lined completely with lead. Doctor Henri-Martin, grandson of th-a great historian, made an announ cement at the weekly meeting of the Academy of Sciences of exceptional importance to the study of pre-histor ic man. At the foot of a hill in the department of Charente the doctor dug up the skull Quarternay Epoch, showing marked divergences from the four or five sim ilar specimens already extant, not a «f 9 complete skeleton. E man nf"7hA b'v a ve7y~Trono\inced protuberance at the base of the forehead. The teeth, which are very strong, are! worn right down to the crown, and lead to the belief that their owner tinued with the greatest care in the A case of hydrophobia from the bite of a fox has just had its sequel at the Pasteur Institute here. Some months ago Captain Bower, the master of a pack of hounds in the South of Eng land, while killing a fox which had been run down by the pack, was bit ten by the animal in its struggles. The wound healed rapidly, buh after thr:e months had elapsed he was seized with violent convulsions and died in twenty-four hours with all the symptoms of hydrophobia, and medi cal science was una~le to eccount otherwise for his d-aath. Miss Sylvia Bower, his sister, who kissed him as he was dying, and the doctor who attended nlm. were im* mediately sent over to the Paris Pas teur Institute, where, although cases of hydrophobia so long after the bite had healed, while almost unheard of, are not considered impossible, and it was decided to keep Miss Bower and the doctor under observation for fif teen days. That period has elapsed, and the two ipatients have been dis charged with a clean bill of health. The Portuguese government is pre paring an act designed to humble the monarchists and deprive them of the m-aang for financing another rising. All absentee monarchist land owners or other Portuguese residing abroad for political reasons must return to th? country within a term to be nam ed in the law or their property will be forfeited to the state. The property of those conspiring will be confiscat ed immediately. This dscisioa to seize the property of those taking an active part in treason against the present adminis tration will include the deposed King Manu-al. who. according to evidence in the hands of the government, sent his uncle, the Duke of Oporto, to rep resent him in the recent uprising. Political prisoners of the lower classes probably will be exiled to Portuguese African colonies. They will, it 13 considered likely, be ad vanced certain sums to start them as colonists. The captured monarchist leaders will be kept in prison for rms corresponding with the degree of their guilt. BERLIN, Nov. 4.—Emperor William has selected as th-s new commander of the Imperial yacht Hohenzollern Captain J. Kraft, thereby going out side of the ranks of the nobility for one of the most immediate members of his official family. This choice has been widely wel comed since the privileged position of tiie aristocracy in the crack reg iments and higher commands in the army is keenly felt by many citizens BISMAROK DAILY TRIBUNE and has been the subject of long agi tation. Captain Kraft is not only highly re garded in naval circles but is on-a of the most skillful of Germany's ama teur yachtsmen, having often been se lect-ad to steer yachts for the Emper or and members of his family at the annual yachting festival at Kiel He accompanied Prince and Princess Eitel Friedrich as naval aide in their trip last year to Palestine and Egypt. Captain Kraft's second in command and two others of the six officers of the Hohenzzollern are also outside the nobility. The German navy has in general been free from the influence of family and court connections. The career in it to tors for the first time in French crim- J° 'Xrtrated fht inal law foJ_*_„J homicide through n-agli- !f* th H.• if SSmnti™ .. i. w„s„ r^„„* A names in th a list promotions pubf f?^2 W a tfle a tried on human hein.s hu, & radium ray died in from six to eight hours, while so-called control speci mens kept under identical conditions, ^"J summer maneuvres, he "von." appointed to the a wifch or The controversy between the sur- »»-^-.-j--. B5£?S£B£ Sff'/ a E tnat ture of the radiations from radium .„ Uergmann, told the carrespondence, some curi- ous lights are thrown on the actions of the doctors engaged, some of which seem to have been occasioned by it a consi( ierations. S a nzie, whose pro cedure has been the subject of con- a a a id .3 id tn on if h-3 were suffering from a mortal disease, and on this account, the fa mous English surgeon is stated to have denied the fact +hat his patient was suffering from cancer. The a wft a is „„Hl1 ,,. „„^i11= marck, unti he was shown conclus. ively that it wa not according to the constitution. There Is a rul-a in leference to the reigning family, however, which makes necessary the holding of a post mortem examination to discover the cause of death. Th© letters of Ernst von Bergmann occupy many columns in the newspapers. In view of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Frederic, the Great, early n-ext year, the disposal at. Leip zig at the end of November of auto graph letters of that monarch, togeth er with those of some of the most celebrated characters in European history, Is attracting attention. The collection is that of Carl Gei- Del a ,fc is 0 1 a man or me &«e a re of st hope of being able to unearth the'l'ils de Pompadour, who correspond offered TQom& a atc thle sold the famous Martin Luther letter that was purchased by P. Morgan a Presented by him to the Emper- Am ?ng other most important doc- a in S a whole series number- mai»y was herbivorous. B-side the skull Prominent persons connected with the were found a few broken instruments Thirty Years War, and there are also and some other bones, all of the same signatures and letters from Cather period, and the digging is being con-1 in hundreds of letters from Medicis. who caused the mas- Bartholomew the Mar- ed with Voltaire th-e beautiful Ninon de Lenclos the Countess Cossell, the friend of August the Strong and the Countess Aurora von Konigsmarck, another friend of th? same monarch, who changed his religion in return for the the kingdom of Poland. The document, however, possessing the greatest is a letter in Frederick the Great's own handwriting, writ ten while he was Crown Prince, and sent to his father the king on March 28. 1737. It is expected that repre sentatives of museums and private collectors throughout the world will participate in the bidding. Most important additions to the de fenses of the northwest coast of Ger- BAKER GOOD S BREAD and PASTRIES COOKIES, BUNS and ROLLS Phone in your bread orders Baked fresh and delivered twice daily. Kjegular Meals and SHORT ORDERS Come and eat with u&. PEAKCE'S *RESTAUTU1J*T By Bismarck Bank fMain St. Modest Prices for Known Quality DrQAA Roflc JSQ GJ: Beautlful 2 teed lacquer, usuallv retails for $17. Here at.." many have recently been effected, es pecially in the vicinity of the North Sea entrance of the Kiel Canal. The naval department has considered the strengthening of these works necessary in view of the great in crease in the number of torpedo and *afniCioD,t« ,,,. submarine vessels in the French and British navies I Lsading naval officers, in order to bring influence to bear on the depart ment have used the argument that, although almost impregnable fort resses at Heligoland and Cuxhaven of-1 fer great protection to the mouth of I the Elbe and to Hamburg, yet should A single small foreign vessel succeed in eluding their vigilance it would be in a position to cause enormous dam age, and able to threaten, if not des troy the entrance to the canal, which is strategically of so great im portance. On this account a new fortress has been constructed at Brunsbuttel and four extra guns of *2& The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel 180 MODERN ROOMS LocatedfaHeart of BIUIBCM District $1.00 8IHGL E RATE $1.00 EUROPLAN. 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