Newspaper Page Text
CHILD BADLY BURNED. BOWMAN. Nov. 27.—The one year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. John Damalga, who live near Amor, was badly scalded wh-en the mother accidentally tipped from the stove a kettle of scald ing water onto the child's face, neck and arms. The little fel low is improving nicely. $ BUYS BIG STEER FOR EXHIBITION CARRINGTON, N. D., Nov. 27.—At the Chicago live stock show, William Montgomery, Sr., disposed of his monster two-ton steer to L. W. Marsh, of Jasper, Mich. The latter buys the jumbo for exhibition purposes a/id expects to show him at all principal points throughout the east. The con sideration was $700. WILLTAIK UVtK OAIRY INDUSTRY HETTINGER. N. D., Nov. 27.—A mass meeting has been called for Tuesday evening, November 28, at Tripp's hall, at which time the cow and creamery pronoeit'on will be tak en up. The meeting is an important one and especially important to farm ers. It is urgently requested that all farmers interested in these thin be present at the meeting. The attend ance of all commercial club members and others interested in creamery mattera and more cows for the far mer is also urged. The Hettinger Commercial club is back of the meet ing. SEWING MACHINES Built on Honor—Our Guarantee AND THE MAKER8 BACK OF THEM. POPULARLY PRICED AND WORTH EVERY DOLLAR WE ASK. COME AND SEE MATRO N MACHIN E Golden Oak, Automatic self-lifting drop head, five drawer, inlaid measuring rule on front, ball bearing and very light running, all at tachments. Guaranteed for ten year*. Does splendid work and will last a life time at a price you can easily pay. Complete only $19.00. NE W QUEE N Best grade High Arm Family machine in Golden Oak with auto matic lift. 4 drawers, ball bearing and light quiet running. All at tachments Inlaid rule, perfect sewing qualities with life-time guar antee that any material or workmanship found defective will be made good no matter when It happens. Strongest guarantee ever given. The price is special until Xmas, only $21.00. NE W ROYA Full quarter sawed Oak, automatic lift, six drawers, full roller bear ing and silent running, sews any kind of cloth as perfect as a $60 machine. Beautifully finished and a useful gift for your family. Guaranteed 10 year*. ThjJ|rice $30.00. NEEDLES AND REPAIRS For all Makes of Sewing Machines FIELD' S FURNITUR E STOR NEWS OF THE NORTHWEST BRAKEMAN DUGAN IS EXONERATED EBSMma Do You Need a Stove and $6.75 in Cash? Listen: We've too many heaters, and we're going to sell 'em. Reduce the stock—Turn it into cash. We're going to bust a few records for prices. Jewell Banner Oak Heater with 18 inch firepot, nicely nickled and trimmed, top urn, factory inspected and strictly first class. Large size, sells at $23.50. You can buy it for 10 days for $16,65. Only two of them. act quick and save $6.75. Jewel Banner Oak in 16 inch size, made up with same care and trimmings. This size sells for $21'50. For just 10 days you can buy one at $15.25. We have only four of these Jew Oak Jewell Heater a smaller stove, 16 inch size, not quite as nicely trimmed, but gives just as much heat. A rattling good value at $14.00 but for 10 days you can buy one for 9.50. For 10 Days Only—Don't Wait Bismarck Hardware Co. re- Jamestown Alert: It will be membered that a young man named Heath, who, with a companion, was stealing a ride on an eastbound freight train, met his death near Bis marck by an accidental fall from the train, and suit was brought against th-a company for damages by the fath er of tile boy, who resides in Minne apolis. It was stated in the papers at the time that Brakeman Dugan appeared at the trial and testified that he had asked the boys for money, and failing to receive it ordered them off the train which was running at a high rate of speed, and young Heath jumped and lost his life that this action on the part of the brakeman made the company liable for dam ages. It i3 learned that this statement re garding Brakeman Dugan's attempt to "hold up" the Heath boy is absolute ly untrue. One of the attorneys in the case states that Dugan did not so testify at the trial, and there was no evidence to show that he attempted in any way to hold up the boys for money, but advised them that they could no ride in a refrigeraor car, where they were first discovered, and told them they must get out. A good many people may have been under the impression that Mr. Dugan undertook to extort money from boys, but this i3 not correct and the facts ar-s made public in justice to him. He has been a resident of Jamestown for the last four years, and. as far as known, is held in good esteem by his employers and his friends generally, and the clearing up of this charge against him will be gratifying to his friends, as well as the company. LOST THREE FINGERS. ABERDEEN, S. D.—Kyle Gunnison, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gunnison, has had the first three fingers on hla left hand amputated and may lose the little finger, the result of catching his hand in a feed grinder at tne McCaull-Webster elevator. E WOOL CLIP VALUABLE. GRANVILLE, N. D., Nov. 27.— Sheep at Granville averaged ten pounds of wool at 19 cents per pound. And Frank Bason has a flock of nearly 600. So his wool clip made him independent of a poor crop, and he had all the mutton he wanted, besid|s grow ing lambs to sell to those who want similar comfortable condi tions. «8 TAKE CHILDREN FROM FATHER LEAD, S. D., Nov. 27—The chil dren of Charles Sorenson of Terra ville, aged 9, 7 and 5, were taken away from him by order of the county court and will b« sent to the Sioux Falls children's home. The mother of the children was adjudged insane some time ago and ordered to the state asylum, and the father has spent his time and mon-ay since that time in keeping himself filled up with liquor, entirely neglecting his chil dren. NARROW ESCAPE IN MINE CAVE-IN KENMARE, N. D., Nov. 27.—Thomas Morris, 34 years old, a miner em ployed in the Crosby mine, six miles northwest of this city, met with, an ac cident which but for timely assist ance would have proved fatal. Mor ris was just finishing up the day's work at 5:30 last night when a huge bank of clay, estimated at a ton, caved in on him, covering him entirely with tho suffocating -earth. Other miners employed in the same mine hastened to his assistance and succeeded in dig ging him out before he perished. REAL ESTATE DEALER CHARGED WITH FRAUD ABERDEEN, S. D., Nov. 28.—At the opening of the federal court Charles L. Hyde, the wealthy real estate deal er of Pierre, was arraigned on an In dictment charging him with having having used the mails to carry out his scheme. The overact sets forth that he sent postal cards through the mails to persons setting forth that the taxes on thgr property was more than was actually the case. He pleaded not guilty to the charge and the case will be tried at Sioux Falls at the impending term of court. Another ca3e is also pending against the same defendant at the Sioux Falls term, upon the charges set forth in an in dictment handed down by the grand jury at Sioux Falls last October, charging him with misrepresenting facts regarding city property in Pierre and using the mails to carry out such misrepresentations. A demurrer was filed to the above charge but was over ruled at the December term of court at Sioux Falls last year. DOUBLE YOUR MILK By feeding your cow corn fodder. For sale by Coonen, Inquire at Coon* en's Cafe. Bread BAKER GOOD S BREAD and PASTRIES COOKIES, BUNS and ROLLS Phone in your bread orders Baked fresh and delivered twice daily. "Regular Meals and SHORT ORDERS Come and eat with ua». PEAHCE'S KESTAUTUlflT By Bismarck Bank jMein St. BISMABOK DAILY TMBUHB News of the State Don't knock—boost! Grand Forks will have a co-operative store. Devils fair. Lake Catholics will hold a Some towns matches. are having wrestling The fire laddies at Jamestown had a banquet. An alleged nose biter was arrested at Langdon. Work on Sherwood's new fire hall is progressing rapidly. Red River valley boosters will make their organization permanent. Better the man vho raises a laugh than the one who raises a sigh. The turk is-dreaming of the hour-^ when he will get 'it in the neck. A colored man and a cop at Fargo ran a foot race—the copper won. The new Florence Crittenton home hospital at Fargo was formally dedi cated. Twenty-two cases went over to the February term of the district court at Mott. James J. Hill will speak at New Rockford after he pays his visit to Devils Lake. Many stockmen are watching the introduction of Canadian sand vetch into the state. A hunter near Williston got in the road of a bullet intended for a fleet foot. He'll live. A colored man at Fargo will spend 30 days in jail for promiscuously flourishing a gun. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rosenberg of Inkster celebrated their golden wed ding anniversary. A conductor who runs out of Devils Lake has made a success on the side in the farming line. District court will convene at Flash er on December 5 and the term prom ises to be a long one. Many out of town boosters at tended the November banquet of the Mott Commercial club.. Gardner L. Gray, one of the pio nesrs of Fargo, was killed in an auto accident at Des MoineB. Wimbledon had a successful corn day. many fine specimens of maize being entered for prizes. A Grand Forks couale marri-ed last April were granted a divorce week by Judge Templeton. last The Record rises to remark that more or less bootlegging is going on in and around White Earth. The North Dakota congressional delegation is heartily In favor of the federal pay bill for the militia. Many North Dakotans are return ing to their former homes in the old country to visit during the wiuter. The Donnybrook Courier takes on a decidedly metropolitan appearance since its new head type was received. The grand jury at Devils Lake has recommended an appropriation for the construction of a new court house. An Ashley woman was awarded damages in the amount of 11,150 tor injuries received from a defective, sidewalk. Jamestown has a new Woman's club which will take over the work for merly done by the Civic Improvement league. —ft— Little Mac: "Put it down! Progres sive Flasher is—always progressing." Wrong for once, Mac. Don't "put it down." Keep it up. Frank Burbank of Milaca. Minn., has been permanently hired by Val lep City as superintendent of the city light and water plant. Violators of the prohibition law in Richland county are being raided, the State Enforcement league taking a hand in the proceedings. Some young Grand Porks hunters raised cain around one of the district school houses and are now being sought by the authorities. Editor MacKinnon of the Denhoff Voice tried to run his finger through the press, and it was mashed about as thin as a piece of paper. A sleeping car used by Northern Pacific painters at Dawson was burned, and one man was nearly suf focated before he was rescued. B. Wilkerson, a Northern Pacific express messenger, pleaded guilty to smuggling goods into this country from Canada and was given a fine. The chivalry of the traveling men was never better exemplified when two eastern knights of the grip gave up their room in a McCIusky hotel to a mother and three children who could find no place to lodge. A new law to go into effect in Mon tana on the first of the year will re quire that all eggs be branded with the date on which they were laid. The price of "strictly fresh -eggs" will probably go up ^|i,-'^:v '?^:^f pvv fr: :e^' ^p^ i*m**m+» »*»»#o#*^*» State Weddings +»+*+*++»++++»+**0++++ Miss Olive Swenson and Henry Johnson of Leeds were united In marriage. Miss Sophia Buvarp of Bisbee and Al Peterson of Egeland were married at the home of the bride's parents. At the Methodist parsonage in Can do occurred the wedding of Miss Del la E. Herald and Walter E. Evensizer. John Worth and Miss Pansy Brown were united in marriage at the home of the bride's parents in Pleasant Valley. •X. At the Methodist parsonage at Langdon occurred the wedding cere mony of Ido Mattingly and Eliza Tapp. Miss Ada May Smith and Mason A. Grover, two well known young resi dents of Cleveland, were married at Jamestown. Mrs. Ellen A. Beggs of Marysville, N. D., was married to Allen J. Wal ton of Bryant, Sask., the ceremony occurring at Rolla. At the residence of Mrs. Mary Pu terbaugh at Newhbme was solemnized the marriage of her daughter, Miss Laura Bell, to Halvor T. Ova. Miss Freda Hoffman became the bride of John Wolff, the marriage ceremony being performed* at the home of the bride's parents near Forbes. '. pretty wedding ceremony was performed in the Catholic church at New Rockford when Miss Delia M. Lapierre was joined in wedlock to G-aorge C. O'Keefe. A very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Oelkers at Scranton. the contracting parties being Miss Mary Nunnemach er and John Nibbe. THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING.. Talk No. 5. Avoid liquid bluing. In every cfty there is an accumulation of junk bot tles which are gathered up and filled with a weak solution called bluing. Don't buy water for bluing. Buy RED CROSS BALL BLUE a 5-cent package equals 20 cents' worth of liquid blue. Makes clothes whiter than snow. ALL GOOD GROCERS. 3TUDENT3 ARRE8TED. RAPID CITY. S. D.—On informa tion filed by State's Attorney Denu, warrants charging riot were served on eight members of the senior class of the high school for their alleged par ticipation in the breaking up of a freshman party and the injuring of one of tine pupils. YOU RISK NO MONEY. Our Reputation and Money Are Back of This Offer. We pay for all the medicine used during the trial, if our remedy fails to completely relieve you of constipation. We take all the risk. You are not ob ligated to us in any way whatever, if you accept our offer. Could anything be more fair for you? Is there any reason why you should hesitate to put our claims to a practical test? A most scientific, common-sense treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which ore eaten like candy. They are very pronounced, gentle and pleasant in ac tion, and particularly agreeable in every way. They do not cause diar rhoea, nausea, flatulence, griping, or other inconvenience. Rexall Orderlies are particularly good for children, aged and delicate persons. We urge you to try Rexall Order lies at our risk. Three sizes, 10c., 25c., and 60c. Remember, you can get Rexall Remedies in this community only at oar store—The Rexall Store. Lenhart Drug Co., Bismarck, N. D. **+++++*+++++»+++++0+f+++0+*++*+++ Lisk Roaster It retains ALL the flavor —the doable sides hold even heat and is the per fection of all roasters for meats. Doable lined, tight and lasts always. You can't know meat's finest flavor unless its roasted in a I S TRY IT FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING French & Welch I O I a BANK 13 LOSER. WASHINGTON.—The treasury de partment has notified Senator Mc Cumber that his request that the Tol ley National bank be relieved of the loss of $300 in new bank notes, which were destroyed by a fire that con sumed the express office at t'aat place, cannot be complied with.' PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS our druggist will refund money if PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any case of Itching, Blind, Bleeding Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c Million a Week HONE GENUINE WITHOUT THIS SIGNATURE warn U. S. DEPOSITORY First National Bank BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA Established in 1879 Capital and Surplus $150,000 SAFETY DEPOSIT BOXES FOR BENT Savings Sermon Stories of Success Start a Savings Account LELAND STANFORD This noted ed ucator, who built and en dowed Lelan Stanford Uni versity with tea million dollars, that his fellow men might have the opportun ities at he lacked, himself through school by chop ping wood at twenty-five cents a day. After be- ing admitted to the bar he suddenly determined to follow the popular trail to California, and la ten years became governor of the Golden state. The surest war not to fall Is a determination to succeed. Leland Stanford might have remained with the rest of the unknown wood-chop pers bad he not been fired with en ergy and ambition. He seized every opportunity and depended on con centration and determination to put him through. He saved every dol lar and continually applied his cap ital to Investment. Money gives power, and money saved is the first round on the ladder to success. The man who perseveres and saves Is the best equipped to win out One dollar opens savings ae couat to this bank. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27 1911. TChristmal HE festa bird may be a Thanksgiving or a sacrifice he tits both occasions well. The festal partaker of him ought to be sure of fitting as well and if you're in any doubt about yourself just drop in here today and let ut~ show how we can make you ready. Hart, Schaffier & Man Clothes the best in the world the greatest values, the truest economy in prices. And the little things that go hand in hand. Hals, Caps, Gloves, Shirts, Neckwear—were always showing all the new things and showing them first two. Always glad to show you "The Clever Clothes Shop" owiifbtHutscfaaAer&MM Open Wed. and Sat. Nights A Atlantic One a half Blocks from Depot 116 Fifth Street Best of Good Things to Eat Chinese Dishes off all Kinds Special Dishes to Order C. S. TUCK, Proprietor one be man through speculation men become Where comes hazardouts a hundred poor. Many men stay poor because of spending all their earnings they never accumulate. A wise man chooses the better plan and places his savings where it will work for him— will draw interest—is safe, and yet available for any opportunity he may have for good in vestment. Our savings department accepts any amount, once started you will add to it regularly, and soon have money woking for you—the foundation of independence.