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THURSDAY/NOVEMBER 23, 1911. HERE'S an overcoat that any young man may be glad to own and wear. You see the style by the illustration. It's a good looking garment—1 6 enough for warmth, not too long for comfort. It's a Hart, Sebaffnr & Marx make and one of the good ones they've made for us —be glad to show you. Also pleased to show you our elegant line of furnishings—a don't forget we are exclusive agents for the famous "Walk Ofir" Shoes "The Clever Clothes Shop" 6 O I A I A A S Open Wednesday and Saturday Evenings CojqrrigbC Hut Scha&er & Man Where Is It? Wh Ca Find It? The Lost Kingdo of Drussenland Perhaps you can answer the question after reading Th Knigh of the Silver Star The Captivating Romance by Percy Brebner We place before you a novel which critics have com pared favorably to Rider Haggard's masterpieces, I "She" and "King Solomon's Mines." USUALY ONE DOSE ENDS INDIGESTION If your meals don't fit comfortably, or you feel bloated after eating, and you believe it is the food which fills you if what you eat lies like a lump of lead on your stomach if there is difficulty in breathing after eating, eructions of sour, undigested food and acid, heartburn, brash or a belch, ing of gas, you can make up your mind that you need something to stop food fermentation and cure indiges tion. To make every bite of food you eat aid in the nourishment and strength of your body you must rid your .stom. ach of poisons, excessive acid and stomach gas, which sours your entire meal—interferes with digestion and causes so many sufferers of dyspep sia, Sick Headache, Biliousness, Con stipation, griping, etc. Tour case is no different—you are a stomach suf ferer, though you may call it by some other name your real and only trouble is that which you eat does not digest, but quickly ferments and sours, producing almost any un healthy condition. A case of Pape's Diapepsin will cost fifty cents at any Pharmacy here, and will convince any stomach sufferer five minutes after taking a single dose that Fermentation and sour stomach is causing the misery in In. digestion. No matter if you call your trouble Catarrh of the Stomach, Nervousness or Gastritis, or by any other name— always remember that a certain cure is waiting at any drug stpre the mo ment you decide to begin its use. Pape's Diapepsin will regulate anl out-of.order stomach within five min utes, and digest promptly, without any fuss or discomfort, all of any kind of food you eat. BISBfAEOK DAILY TRIBUNE Mr. and Mrs. George W. Welchx are celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of their wedding at their pleasant home, 408 Fifth street, this afternoon. It is an unusual event and a large company of their relatives and friends are with them to make /the occasion memorable. When this happy couple celebrated their golden wedding ten years ago one hundred guests partici pated in the merrymaking. They then resided on Second street and Bismarck was much smaller than it is today. On November 23, 1851, Phoebe Pat tey was a vivacious young miss of 18 years and resided in St. Lawrence county, N. Y. In the adjoining county of Jefferson lived George W. Welch, a stalwart youth of about the same age. On this particular day the young couple m*3t in the town of Antwerp and were united in marriage. It was the consummation of many plans and much preparation and the wise ones who saw their bright young faces shook their heads and murmured: "A good match—a mighty good match." And for once the wiseacres predicted correctly, for after full sitxy years this couple has battled together, reared a good family, and now in their declining years they sit at their own hearthstone and enjoy the fruits of their three score years of honest toil. One child, a daughter, was born to Mr and Mrs. Welch before leaving for the west, and later came five sturdy sons, who all survive, although the only daughter has gone before. From New York state Mr. and Mrs. Welch came with the pioneers and settled in what was then the undevel oped state of Wisconsin. After mak ing a good home there and spending a number of years in toi! and priva tion they followed the star of em pire and came farther west, settling in Minnesota. BRIDE ELOPES ON WEDDING DAY DEVILS LAKE* Nov,p23.—The mar riage of Miss Magdeline Black, daugh ter of Mr.^and Mrs. George Black of Devils Lake, to Mr. Christian Burk hardtmeter, a well-to-do farmer of Cando. did not occur. Despite the fact that the nuptial event was pub licly announced, the wedding bells did not ring at Berwick, the former home of the near-bride, where the event was to have taken place. In place, Miss Black left Devils Lake very suddenly in company with Sebastian Folk, an old sweetheart. While no one in the city, so far as can be learned, was informed as to their destination, it is believed they jour neyed to Canada, where relatives of. Folk reside. Mr. Folk is well known in the city, having been engaged in the Great Northern shops. ARREST WILD MAN. DEADWOOD, S. D., Nov. 23—Liv ing like a wild man in the most prim itive manner in the heart of Spear fish canyon, Louis Vroman, a resi dent of Sturgis, was arrested there at the instance of residents of neigh boring towns, who charged him with being a nuisance. FREE MUSIC CERTIFICATE. With each piano sale before the holidays we give one certificate of membership to Northwestern School of Music free. RARE OCCASION OBSERVED IN FITTING MANNER AT HOME OF MR. AND MRS. GEORGE W. WE LCH, OF BISMARCK. HOST OF FRIENDS CALL AT HOME TODAY TO PAY THEIR RESPECTS TO STALWART PIONEERS. WERE MARRIED IN NEW YORK STATE, NOVEMBER 23, 1851. Peek's Music House. OLD-TIME REMEDY Gives Color, Lustre to Faded and Gray Hair—Dandruff Quickly Removed. From time immemorial, sage and sul phur have been used for the hair and scalp. Almost everyone knows of the value of 8uch a combination for darken ing the hair, for curing dandruff and falling hair, and for making the hair grow. In olden times the only way to get a hair tonic of this sort was to brew it in he home fireplace, a method which was roublesome and not always satisfactory. Nowadays almost every up-to-date drug -i-t can supply his patrons with a ready -u-e product, skillfully compounded in i.rrrcctly equipped laboratories. The Wyeth Chemical Company of New York put up an ideal remedy of this sort, called Wyetb's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, and authorize druggists to sell it nnder guarantee that the money will refunded if it fails to do exactly as represented. If roa hare dandruff, or if your hair !s turning gray or coming out, don't delay, but get a bottle of this remedy to-day, and see what few days' treat ment will do for you. This preparation t» offered to the puMic at fifty cent* a bottle, and is recommended and said by all druggist*. Cowan's Drag Stars, Bismarck, N. D. In each state good farms were hewed out of the virgin forests and the Welches prospered. It was in 1880 that the Welch family came to Dakota and settled, on a big ranch in what is now Burleigh county. It was a new country and a wild one, but Mr. and Mrs. Welch were not afraid for they were inured to frontier life and pioneer hardships. After 20 years of ranch life they came to Bismarck to spend their old age in peace and comfort and' they have found here what they sought. George W. Welch was horn May 5, 1833, and his venerable wife first saw the light of day on September 8 of the same year, uf their five sons, James A. is the oldest and resides at Bonners Ferry, Ida. Oliver P. is a Burleigh county farmer, while George A' is a prosperous merchant of Bis marck, a member of the state legis lature and president of the Commer cial club. A T. is a merchant? at Menoken and A D. livesu south of Bismarck on a farm. All the children and grandchildren and a host of old neighbors and friends, came in today to celebrate with the happy aged couple. The venerable bridegroom says he has no patience with the North Dako ta farmer who complains of the con ditions "He can get a crop the first year," says Mr. Welch, "while in the older states it took years of hard toil to prepare the ground for tilling." Mrs. Welch is a woman of energy and pluck. Her eyes still have the sparkle of youth and her limbs much of the elasticity which made her the best dancer in St. Lawrence county and the belle of the country side. Mr. and Mrs. Welch consented to have their picture taken, although they could not see the good of it, and their descendants will prize it as showing grandpa and grandma on their sixtieth wedding day. ON TRAIL OF HORSE THIEF BIG TIMBER, Mont.. Nov. 23.— Posses from Sweet Grass and Yellow stone counties are in pursuit of the outlaw and former convict, Mel Jo well, who shot and killed Sheriff Brannin at Melville, but the desperado apparently has made his escape, al though the trail has been struck sev eral —nes. Jewell is believed to be hiding in a wild stretch of country between the Musselshell and Yellowstone rivers. He is a member of a' gang .of horse thieves, several of which reside in the section in which he is in flight, and, as they are aiding him, his capture will be a difficult matter. Jackson, Jowell's pal, who was shot by Brannin several times before the latter received his death wound, was brought to Big Timber and lodged in jail. He will recover. THEY INJURE CHILDREN. Cathartics and Pills and Harsh Physics May Cans* Distressing Complaints. You«caunot be over-careful in the selection of medicine for children. Only the very gentlest bowel medicine should ever be given. Ordinary pills. cathartics, and purgatives are too apt to do more barm than good. They sometimes cause griping, nausea, and distressing after-effects, and may ac tually injure the health, thus estab lishing a life-lasting annoyance. We personally recommend and guar antee Rexall Orderlies as a safe and dependable remedy for constipation and associate bowel disorders. We bare such faith in the virtues of this remedy that we sell It on our guaran tee of money back in every instance where it fails to give entire satisfac tlon. and we urge all In need of such medicine to try It at our risk. Rexall Orderlies are eaten just like candy, are particularly prompt and agreeable in action, may be taken at any time, day or night do not cause diarrhoea, nausea, griping, excessive looseness, or other undesirable effects. They have a very mild but positive action upon the organs with which they come in contact, apparently act tog as a regulative tonic upon the re laxed muscular coat of the bowel, thus overcoming weakness, and aiding to restore the bowels to more vigorous and healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies not only relieve con stipation, but help to remove the cause of this ailment They also fre qnently overcome the necessity of con stantly taking laxatives to keep the bowels In normal condition. There is really, in our opinion, no similar medicine so good as Rexall Orderlies for the purpose to which It to directed, especially for children, aged and delicate persons. They are prepared In tablet form and In two slses of packages: 12 tablets, 10c.. 36 tablets. 25c and 80 tablets. 80c. Remember, yon can obtain Rex all Remedies In this community only at our store The BexaU Store Lankan Drag Co., Bismarck, N. D. Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching Scalp and Dandruff Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus trous and Abundant After a Danderixie Hair Cleanse Dandcrine is to the hair what fresh showers of rain and sunshine are to vegetation. It goes right to the roots, invigorates and strengthens them. Its exhilarating, stimula ting and life-producing properties cause the hair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at once imparts a sparkling brilliancy and velvety softness to the hair, and a few weeks' use will cause new hair to sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day for a short time, after which two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete whatever growth you desire. Immediately after applying a little Dan cV.-r'nc all dandruff will disappear, all itching if tlie scalp will cease and there will be no more loose or falling hair. If you wish to double the beauty of your hair ia ton minutes surely try this—moisten a cloth with a little Dmiderinc and draw it orefuily through your hair, taking onesinal! strand at a time, this will cleanse t*ic hair rf dust, dirt or any excessive oil—In a few mo nei'.t3 your hair will be wavy, fluffy and abundant and possess an iucomparal le soft tirss, lustre avd lu:iiiri: :ire, the beauty and shimmer of true hair hetJ'.h. If you care for beautiful, soft hair and lots of it surely g'.-t a 25 cent bottle of Knowl ton's Danderine from any drug store or 'oilct counter—A real surprise awaits you. Catarrh is an excessive secretion, accompanied with chronic inflamma tion, from the mucous membrane. Hood's Sarsaparilla acts on the mu cous membrane through the blood, re duces inflammation, establishes ^K'-WP-W*'- Makes your hair grow long, heavy and luxuriant and we can prove it healthy action, and all cases of catarrh. Most everybody now is proud, because they're smoking JOHN RUSKIN 5 Cent Cigar The finest 5c Cigar of any kind. It makes mankind happy every day, because its got the flavor. Its there with the goods. John Buskin Cigars can strut in the face of commoa near-cigars. For its a Real Joy Smoke—a satisfactior dispenser. It cheers and mellows up forgets all troubles. B« Happy. Smokt John Rusfcln S Cent Cif»r Three radically cures TELL THE CLERK To give you those goods advertised in the paper. Proud About It This turkey is the finest of its kind. He struts and gobbles because he knows it. He knows Thanks giving Day he will make the finest din ner mankind ever ate -so he struts,gobbles and is proud. the man who .-. --'-a.* -•,"••• ,.P'iVr.'y.