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Dakota Coal Produce Co. Order Now from our Agent Telephone 388. CORNER MAIN AND 2NDfor STREETS. Right at your door and in your trade territory lies this rich field. Do you want them to know you— and know your line—to buy of you when in town. Do you want to make Bismarck the shopping and jobbing center for this trade it should have? Every day the Tribune goes into these homes. It will carry your selling message—develop new customers—broaden your trade if you want the trade 2 •n 0 7} to TII FOURTEEN HORSES KILLED BY TRAIN ACCIDENT OCCURRED BETWEEN GWYTHER AND HUFF, ON MOTT LINE. It Is Up To You To Develope the Soo Animals Had Taken Refuge in a Cut and Were Not Seen Until Too Late To Stop. Ten horses killed outright and four dying of their injuries was theial toll exacted by the engine on the Mott train Saturday night between Gwyther and Huff. In teaing of the accident the en gineer of the train stated that the headlight was so poor that the horses which bad taken shelter in a I deep cut. could not be seen until the train was too close to them to stop the engine or avert an accident. He then threw on full speed ahead and throwing the horses right and left crashed in and through the bunch. These horses belonged to several of the homesteaders In that part of the country and are the only main stay of the peopte. They were all good work animals. A rumor is current that suits will be brought against the railroad com pany for the destruction of the horses unless some soTt of settle ment is quickly made. W« are on the water wagon. A strong medicinal water wagon. Good what ails you. Corwin Hot Springs, Mont Do You Want More Business?^ Mr. Wholesaler, Merchant, Salesman Are You Looking For Trade Possibilities? Tribune Circulation copied from mailing gal lies from Bismarck north Arnold 12 Baldwin 83 Wilton 194 Merida 3 Washburn «..64 Underwood 42 Coleharbor 11 Garrison 26 Max 19 Mannhaven 4 Ft. Stevenson 2 Expansion Douglas •o PI 7) Ryder Plaza Benedict 12 23 Ruso 4 Dogden 30 Kief 3 Drake 4 Voltaire 2 Velva 2 Sawyer Minot 14 Here's a circulation we're proud of. It blankets this field, You have unlimited possibilities in cultivating this trade added to the five other direct lines into Bismarck we cover as well. Watch for our circulation on those lines later. RATES—You may talk to one thousand pos sible customers for one cent. (The cost is in comparable to any other method of communi cation—lowest in the state.) We have no dreaming circulation liars. The subscription books are wide open to all advertisers. Come and check this list on the North Soo. We do have a certified affidavit of circulation. Let us show you. This Rich Field Is Open, Do You Want Its Trade? sfouTd S 8 5 W S 0 ViS,t°rS next we comeofo ContinentaAvenue, Memor Hall, erected by the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and lastly, at the corner of street, is the magni ficent marble elifice of the Interna tional Bureau of American Repub lics, or Pan American Union. This is one of the newest of our public buildings, and is well worth a visit. The Union is for the purpose of developing and maintaining closes* relations of commerce and friend ship, between the twenty-one Re publics of the Yvestern Hemisphere. Viz., Argentina, Bolivia. Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Costa Rico. Cuba, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guat emaHa, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama. Paraguay, Peru, Salvador, United States, Uraguay, I and Venezuela, and is supported by! quotas (based upon the population)' contributed by each country. I The building and grounds of five, acres, cos' one million dollars, of! which Mr. Andrew Carnegie, gave $75,000, and the American republics,: the remainder. The corner stone was laid May 11, 1908 and the build-1 ing was dedicate! and occupied Ap-1 ril 26, 1910. The vestibule at the main en-' trance, opens upon a Latin American patio, or court yard, having in thewill center, a fountain designed by Mrs. Harry Pnyne Whitney—formerly Oertrude Vanderbilt. The tiled flooring reproduces figure- of thehim red Aztec and: Incan temples. In this patio, are the rarest flowers and plants of tropical America, and the glass roof overhead, which is operated by electricity, is kept closed in winter, to protect the plants, but opened in summer. The building faces the White Lot, or the President's Park. Potomac parK is at the south and the Wash ington monument near by, Men areshow at work now, beautifying the grounds, and at a cost of which will take almost a year to complete. In the rear of the build ing, will a sunken garden, with a grove and fountain besides ter races, hajjdsome, lamps and velvet lawns. The main driveway at the entrance too, is to be beautified and when all is completed, the grounds. and building will be an ornament to our city and to the twenty-one Re publics it represents. We enter through doors of bronze and glass, and appropriately, on oneage si'le of the entrance is a bas relief of Washington's Farewell to his Generals, and on the other, is the meeting of San Martin and Bolivar, the liberators of South America while over the northern panel, is the North American eagle, and over the southern, the condor of South! America. The Pan American Union was es tablished under the recommendation of the first International American conference held in this citv in 1S89-Hood's 90. (By Associated Press.) CHICAGO. Jan. 11.—Mrs. Rena B. Morrow, held on a charge of murder ing her husband, says that he killed himself, and she obtained a court, order for the exhumation of the body! so a second autopsy may be held. Morrow was found dead a week a?o on the back porch of his home at BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE MMOVR WASHINGTON LETTER MM *By Louise Hopkins Elder 11.—On Sev- Hon. John Barrett is of Pennsyl-] General, and the governing WASHINGTON, Jan. enteenth street, south vania Avenue, are three handsome: headed by Secretary of Statp Philan- th* Tw^nr' tne unector as names as these. Silva of and red feet long and seventy feet wide.' It is called the "Hall of the Ameri-: $100,000, finally reaching the holder. One of the state's most important witnesses Felix Baxter, could not be found. being isolated on a Canadian home stead. TWO WOMEN CLAIM HIM. MINOT, N. D. Jan. I1.—A. A. Searl of this city, proprietor of the Orphe iim theater, has the distinction of having two lady friends, each of whom claims that she is Mrs. Searl. Searl sometime ago announced his marri to Miss Evelyn Dare of Minot, a popular singer. Today a second Mrs. Searl. Mrs. Anna B., from St. Paul, filed suit for divorce on the grounds of desertion claiming that she wasin married to Mr. Searl on July 8. 1905. Searl now claims that Miss Evelyn Dare is not his lawful wife. Convaletence after pneumonia, ty phoid fever and the grip, is sometim-as merely apparent, not real. To make it real and rapid there is no other tonic so highly to be recommended as Sharsaparilla. Thousands so testify. Take Hood's. Chicago Woman Accused of Shooting Her Hus band, Says He Kilted Himself 14545 South Michigan avenue. At first it was supposed that he com mitted suicide, but the coroner's physician found that one bullet had penetrated the brain and the other passed through the heart. He said that either wound would have been instantly fatal and that they could not have been self inflicted. NO DYSPEPSIA OR STOMACH DISTRESS fonsists ministers of all the' harmless preparation will digest a First, is the Corcoran Art Gallery, twenty Republics—aside from the heavy meal without the slightest fuss on the corner New York United States—with such foreign 0 I cas" and is intended for internation- \g*a al conferences and other functions! ua tnere. to see and learn. Louise Hopkins inr] ceremonies relief from stomach misery and per. The entire building is full of in- digestion of anything you eat Is Elder. FOUND GUILTY AGAIN. North Dakota Farmer Again victed of Horse Stealing. WILLISTON, N. D.. Jan. Melvin H. Howe, a McKenzie coun ty farmer, has been convicted in thecould district court of horse stealiir He seek another new trial. The verdict cf guilty, returned by the first jury, was contrary to theLOCAL judge's instructions and was by set aside, the supreme court affirming his view of the situation, and ordering a second trial. Judge Leighton presided at the first trial, with Judge Fisk presiding over the present trial just ended. Howe was charged by Andrew Berg with having stolen a horse from him, the animal being located in the hands of another party. A mass of evidence was introduced to the transactions through which the horse had passed before a a S on a Doara,, isub--Q der who are 0 0 mach knewwthlue :eC^.-^..""'""^#trouble' trere-"!" *"f J. discomfort, and relieve the sourest a seventeen.oth-: cid stomach in five minutes, besides Lms Melian Lafinner, of Uraguay. overcoming all foul, nauseous odors Senor di Riveer of Cuba. R. le Lima fromkthe breath, As your pharmacist to show you ers equallyBrazil hard to pronounce the formula, plainly printed on each In the large reading and reference 50-cent case of Pape's Diapepsin, then room is a raised map of Latin Amer-: you will readily understand why this ica. which is very interesting to promptly cures in digestion and re study, giving one and excellent idea moves such symptoms as heartburn, of the area anl physical characteris- a feeling like a lump of lead in the tics of the southern republics. The stomach, belching of gas and eructa second floor is reached by two tions of "nested food, water brash, ground stairways, and in the broad nauseau, headache, biliousness, and corridor are hung the national flags many other bad symptoms and, be ef the American republics. Here sides, you will not need laxatives to also, rare busts of the representative stomach, liver and intes men of the American nations. The tines clean and fresh. immense hall, or salon is one hund-I y°ur stomach is sour and full of a doesn't digest, and a fit' why a from your druggist an a Hv in S? Absolute to curee a whole family off Surely, a harmless, inexpensive pre I trouble. paration like Pape's Diapepsin, which Con-! will always, either at daytime or dur-1 I ing night, relieve your stomach misery 11.— and digest your meals, is about as handy and valuable a thing as you have in the house. BASKETBALL TEAM GOES TO V. C. BISMARCK QUINT STARTS ON FIRST TOUR OF THE SEA- SON THIS MORNING. Fine Game is Expected Here Tues day Evening, January 16—Danc ing to Follow Game* This afternoon the local basket ball team will leave for Valley City where they will play the first game of a series to be played with neigh boring cities. This first game, which will be pulled off tonight at the armory at Valley City will be one of considerable interest and one which will be closely contested by the boys on both sides. The Bis marck boys are confident of success and feel that in the three games to be played before they return to this city, they will gather in the greater part of the honors and points made the games. Tomorrow evening they will be atcharging Jamestown and play the College ag gregation and Saturday night will go against the Athletic Association quintet. The two teams at James town have some good players and they are in fine fettle for the games. Next Tuesday night, January 16, the Athletic Association team will come here and play the locals in be armory and this game to be played here will be for championship honors. Every effort will be made to have a good crowd and all the basket ball fans are discussing the possibilities of each of the players and endeavoring to coach tihem along points where there is a possi bility cf being outgeneraled in the game. After the game which is to be played here a social dance will be given and all who attend the ball game are invited to stay and enjoy the good music anl the terpsichorean pleasures. The Minnewaukan Siftings com mends the work done in the country schools in teaching agriculture, and wants the instruction broader even than now. AT THE TOP They are all agreed on one thing-the quality of Pearce's Brea Is the highest in town. Its got to lt's made right. Same with Cookies of a dozen kinds. Doughnuts Rolls, Buns, Cakes and other bakery goods Don't forget our Home Made Pies Or you'll miss a good thing. Two Deliveries Fresh Daily PEARCE BAKERY Phone J29 s- ^m Out of forty-eight criminal cases on the calendar, twenty-nine are prosecutions that grow out of alleged The major portion of them come violation of the state prohibition law. from Lidgerwood, where a success ful raid was made by the officials. There also are ab'oft seventy-five civil cases on the calendar. The power behind the ioi ,-,-h :?iust be quick and positive in action —it must produce certain, satisfactory results and yet be pure r.ml wholesome. a in is the scientific com bination of alt these dcsiral.le qualities. Hundreds of thousands of good housewives know that has made bake-dav a pleas urc, ami we ask you fur your own sake to try Bakin at least once. Guaranteed pure under all pure food laws. Your grocer will return your money if you are not pleased. It will solve your bake-day problems. How to get the Cook's Book Free The I'CCook's Book, confainitiff 90 tested, easily-made recipes, sent free upon receipt of the colored certificate packed in the J5-cent can. Send it today. WAHPETON COURT NOTES. Alleged Assailants of Conductor Meyers to Be Tried. WAHPETON, N. D., Jan. 11 Robert Hart and Albert Spencer, 'harged with holding up and beating Conductor Meyers of .the Great Northern, will be tried at the pres ent term of the district court,* over which Judge Allen is presiding. The defendant, it is charged, beat Meyers in an unmerciful manner, waylaying him as he was walking, along the railroal track a short distance from town. FACES SERIOUS CHARGES. FARGO, Jan. 11.—3eorge Rusk, a man about 24 years of age is in the city prison, having been arrested by Officer Martinson charged with a stat utory offense, his victims being two little boys, who told their stories to State's Attorney Fowler. A warrant a felony will be issued by NEW! LOCATION I have moved my DRESSMAKING PARLOR from 119 Mandan Ave. to 405 Fourth Street. Mrs.R.A.Sheldon Dressmaking •^MPir- ALSO HAVE SOME ROOMS FOR RENT Three PowereTh behind he dough a 8 state's officer this morning before Police Magistrate Miller, and Rusk will be detained until it is served. The case is a particularly bad one. Atilainiiti© One a half Blocks from Depot 116 Fifth Street Best of Good Things to Eat Chinese Dishes of all Kinds Special Dishes to Order C. S. TUCK, Proprietor A parties desiring a hundred acres or more of flax crop next year, I am offering to crop 1000 acres in 1*.12 under contracts for 100acres anil upwards for $1000 each. I will furnish the land, all machinery, seed, etc., and do all the work from start to end of delivering grain to elevator, doing all the work in good season and in proper manner Parties having land in the vicinity of Flasher, Morton Co N D. where I will carry on my operations, and pre ferring their lands developed, may have some done on contract for at least 200 acres or more. Next year I shall farm for my self 4000 acres of flax. 1911 crop returned better than $20 per acre off from more than 1000 acres. Prospects for 191 2 crop could not be better, as th ground is well soaked from fall rains. Ful particulars furnished upon request, Addres C. W. C0LGR0VE, 435 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis, Mine. wmmammsammmzmmsam 1 Now Ready J. P. LAUNDRY We iron Shirts, Collars and women's fine garments by hand. No burns or smudges We are very careful to do only the finest work, and will call for and deliver promptly. Phone 378 Home Hotel BIdg. 5th St. PETER SOO, Prop.