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TUESDAY, APRIL 9, 1912.
Not Sisters Now and again you see two women pass ing down the street who look like Bisters. Yon are astonished to learn that they are mother and daughter, and you realize that woman at forty or forty-five ought to be at her finest and fairest. Why isn't it so The general health of woman is so in timately associated with the local health of the essentially feminine organs that there can be no red cheeks and round form where there is female weakness. "Clean Up the Boweb and Keep Them Clean" There are many remedies to be had for constipation, but the diffi culty is to procure one that acts without violence. A remedy that does not perform by force what should be accom plished by persua sion is Dr. Miles' «... vi .«. Dr. Miles* Laxative Tablets are sold by all druggists, at 25 cents a box containing 25 doses. If not found satisfactory after trial, re turn the box to your druggist and he will return your money. MIL«9 MIOICAL CO., Elkhart, IM. Writa"" Us for taw Patrick. Dulath Quality Women who hare suffered from tab trouble bare found prompt renef and cure in the use of Dr. Pferee's Favorite Prescription. It organs of womanhood. It clears eyes and reddens the checks. No alcohol, or habit-forming drugs is contained in "Favorite Prescription/' Any sick woman may consult Dr. Pierce by letter, free. Eyery letter is held as sacredly confidential, and answered in a plain envelope. Address: World's .Dispensary Medical Association, Dr. R.V. Pierce, Pres., Buffalo, N.Y. SCHOOL ELECTION WAS A WARM ONE Special to The Tribune. GLEMTJUVE, Alpril 9.—Interest in the school election was more pro nounced than in the regular city elec tion of last Monday, due to the fact that a woman was candidate for trus tee for the first time in years and her election was opposed by holdover members of the board who say they will not serve on the hoard with a woman. Mrs. W. T. Perham, wife of Laxative Tablets. After using them, Mr. N. A. Waddell, 3.15 Washington St., Waco. Tex., says: "Almost all my troubled with constipation, and have tried many remedies, all of which seamed to cause pain without aivln* much relief. I finally tried Dr. Miles' laxative Tablets and found them ex cellent Their action is pleasant and mild, and their chocolate taste makes them easy to take. I am more than glad to.recommend them." "Clean up the bowels and keep them clean," is the advice of all physicians, because they realize the danger resulting from habitual con stipation. Do not delay too long, but begin proper curative measures. Dr. Miles' Laxative Tablets area new remedy for this old complaint, and a great improvement over the cathartics you have been using in the past They taste like candy and work like a charm. A trial will convince you. gives vigor and vitality to the the complexion, brightens the a conductor, and formerly a teacher in Salt Lake city schools, was elected by a fair majority and E. C. Leonard well known land man was the other one elected. ARCHITECT FOR MET WITH COMMISSION COMMIT TEE MONDAY AFTERNOON RE. LATIVE TO PLANS FOR MUNI CIPAL THEATER— DISPLAYED ROUGH SKETCH OF THE NEW BISMARCK AMUSEMENT HOUSE Architect A. R. Stem, of the firm of Reed and Stem of St. Paul, arrived in the city on Noi'S Monday en route to Spokane Mr. Stem is the archi tect who designed the auditoriums at Denver and St. Paul, and also de signed the million dollar railway ter minal at New York. He has been engaged by the city commission to draw up plans for the new municipal auditorium to be erected this summer at Bismarck, and sopped off to show a rough draft of the plans to the com missioners. He will depart this even ing on No. 1 for the coast. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the matter of the estate of John Barber, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un dersigned, A. J. Arnot. administrator of the estate of John Barber, deceased, late of the village of Edwardsburg, in the county of Cass and state of Mich igan, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four, months after the first publication of this notice, to said administrator or at the First National bank of Bismarck in the city of Bismarck, in said Bur leigh county. Dated at Bismarck, N. D., March 25th, 1912. A. J. ARNOT, Administrator. First publication on the 26th day of March, A. D. 1912. H. C. BRADLEY. Attorney for Administrator. Protected at the Wear Points 'HERE'S nothing "riles" yon more than to have your hose give way at the heel or toe. Patrick-Duluth hose for men simply can't give out like ordinary hose. They are reinforced heel, toe, and where the garter fastens. nr aim is: Wear and Good Looks. By long experiment we give you both in the highest degree. Eagerly lopted by men of the great Northwest—they have passed test, ^sk the Patrick dealer of your town for 1 Patrick-Duluth hose for men and women. Call (or le Patrick trade mark on shirts, skirts, blankets, coats, etc. It's your guarantee for Quality. A. PATRICK A CO, DULUTH Goods Distributori at Wholesale. Manufacturers Garments tor Men. Women ami Children. Makers All Wool Cloths and Blankets. Money to Loan Does it pay to rent a house? Get out jour rent receipts for the past five years and add them up yourself, then investigate our plan, $7.50 per month with 5 per cent interest on yearly balances, pays for a $1,000 home. We allow the loan to run for ten years, but you can pay in full at any time thereby stopping the interest. We also allow a discount of 5 per cent when as much as one year or more is paid in advance at one time. Phone 69 W. F. RATHMAN State Agent for The Capital Security Company, Norfolk, Va. MP. J. LAUNDRY We iron Shirts, Collars and women's fine garments by hand. No burns or smudges* We are very careful to do only thefinestwork, and will call for anddeliverpromptly. Phone 378 Hom Hotel Bldf. 5th St. PETER SOO, Proprietor ALSO HAVE SOME ROOMS FOR RENT Appeals for Assistance Dur ingFloods HaveAll Provee Futile Deer are Slaughtered Out of Season and No Wardens Around What is the reason that Burleigh county can not (be offorded protection for wild game when such proection becomes necessary? Waat is the matter with the state game board and the game wardens that they can not hearken to a call for aid, when that aid becomes imperative? Is tne game board appointed to enforce precau tionary measures for the protection of wild game, or is it just a piece of political machinery? Are the game funds to be used in protecting game, or it the license money collected as a mere source of revenue to be jug gled back into the general funds of the state? These are some of the questions which are paramount in the minds of Bismarck and Burleigh coun ty sportsmen. The recent flood drove scores of deer out of the underbrush along the river to the prairie land, where they were without protection. Well au thenticated rumors have been heard that three of the deer have already been shot. Where is the game war den? What use is the state game fund being put to? Friday morning H. W. Richholt, E. E. Jones, and a large number of other local sportsmen, members of the Bis marck gun club learned that deer were ibeing slaughtered. The animals were driven from their homes, and terror stricken were fleeing in all directions. Game Warden McLean of Targo was communicated with and asked for a patrol who might remain here until the flood subsided and the deer might return to their accustomed haunts. He stated that there was no money in the fund. The state audi tor's office informed the inquirer that there vas a balance of about $3,900 in the game fund. The local nimrods were then re ferred to T. r. Casey of Dickinson secretary of the state board. Mr. Casey stated a meeting of the board would have t» be called. (He was in formed that immediate action was imperative, and thereon promised to call up the local men immediately. Up to Tuesday morning nothing fur ther was heard from him. There is a deputy warden at Bis marck, Fred Oarstens, Mr. Carstens, however, is not upon salary, and the only money he has received in similar cases has been paid him by Bismarck hunters themselves, who sought to protect game, and secured his assis tance. Two year ago, when there was a flood, the Bismarck gun cluib paid the expenses of a patrol and looked after the protection of game in this vicinity, of their own accord. This year, they feel that the state should do its duty, that the game board should be on the job, and that the game wardens "hou!d perform their official functions. The state is, or should be, able to furnish this protection. Last year approximately $22,000 were turned in to the state game fund. What use is this money being put to? In 19-11 Bureigh county raised $922 toy the sale of hunting permits. Of this amount $829.80 waj turned over to the state. Why can not the county secure protection when it needs it? The other slope countries are similar ly situated. They pay in large sums to the game funds, yet when they need protection for game, that pro tection is lacking. Is the game (board merely an honorary political body, or is it a body that is supposed to per. form its public duties when called up on? Why are they not doing the work they are paid for? Why is the Slope country neglected by the game protection officials? Is it political jobbery that this aid is lacking? The Slope pays its share into the game funds and wants protection when necessary. Local lovers of hunting want to know why they can't get this protection when they pay their money for it. ENTERTAINED FRIENDS Th#MisseB Fiske entertained a few of their young friends at their home onr Sixth street Saturday even ing in honor of Miss Lily Thorfoerg of Mandan. Cards furnished the diversion of the evening, and all had a very enjoyable time. SIMPLE MIXTURE HELPS BI8MARCK PEOPLE That simple remedies are best lias again been proven. Joe Breslow re ports that many Bismarck people are receiving QUICK benefit from simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adler-Wta, the German ap. pendicitis remedy. A single dose helps soar stomach, gas on the stom ach and constipation instantly be cause this simple mixture antisepti. cises the digestive organs and draws off all impurities. $142.00 Will sell my new upright piano in a ffln« genuine mahogany case, stand ard make, and worth 1360.60. Must sell as I need the ready cash. Don't answer unless you mean •business for I must make quick sale. Will grant 10 day free trial in your home. Piano is brand new. ELLA MAT PREDHMCKSON, 49 Decorah Apts., Minneapolis, Minn. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE. WHY DOES NOT THE GAME BOARD WOMAN MNNllT PROTECT BURLEIGH COUNTY GAME? SEVERAL TOWNS WANT A COURT HOUSE Several Propositions Have Been Hade to Divide Norton County Special to The Tribune. MANDAIN, N. D., Aprl 9.—'Every little city wants a court house all its own." That is the statuts of county di vision in 'Morton county. County di vision is the principl theme of dis cussion wherever a group of visitors to the present county seat congregate. Nothing definite has developed as yet. In order to bring the county division proposition ^before the voters of the county petitions must be filed with the board of county commissioners praying that the county be divided as per boundary lines specified in the petition. The voters will then ballot upon the question of division as out lined toy these specified boundaries. There may ibe one division question submitted to the voters, or there may be two dozen, depending upon the varying boundaries named in different petitions. In Morton county it is certain that there will be several county division plans su'bimtted to the voters. Flash er, Glen Ullin, Elgin, New Salem, Leith and many other towns have aspira tions to become county seats. Hence there are varying boundary lines con templated, each town endeavoring to locate itself in the center of a pro posed new county. There is danger In too many propo sitions and too many sets of bound ary lines. With each town working to kill the chances of its rival, a sys tem of knifing may ensue which would result in the failure of any of the propositions to carry. No petitions have as yet been filed with the county commissioners as the question of division would not be sub mitted to the voters until the general election in November, none may be fed until August or September. Meanwhile there is considerable ma nipulation of the political wires. If three or four towns unite upon one certain plan and /bring concerted ac another. The battle promises to be tion to bear on county division they cut throat game they will profoaMy lose. The question will surely be sub mitted to the voters In one form or interesting. The Missouri fit to bath in, but spring water is the only kind fit to drink. Phone No. 9. Corrected. "Was Rome founded by Romeo?" in sjulrod pupil of I lie trncher. "No. my son." |plled the wise man "It was .Itiliet who was found dead by Uomi'o"-London Answers. Dividing the Task. Lottie-Oh. wen. lets kiss and make Up. Dotlio—All ritilit. deiu I'll do the kissing, hill votive dud more experi ence with in*- otin»r part ot the pro gram -Cleveland Leader Musical Criticism. The Muslcian-IInng it. Bill, don't yon realize that one of your shoes squeaks in a ilat and the otber in major?—Life. Ignorance of one's clear gain.—Euripides. GET AFFIDAVIT APPLICANT FOR PENSION DE SIRES STATEMENT TO SHOW SHE TAUGHT IN THIS CITY DES- TRUCTION OF RECORDS BY FIRE IS HANDICAP TO OFFICIALS There is a lady in Connecticut who used to be employed as a teacher in the Bismarck public schools in the early nineties. When she left here she went east, and continued to fol low her profession of teaching. There is a teachers' pension law where she it at present employed, and she is now eligible to receive a pen sion for merited service. According ly she has written to County Superin tendent Vlgness for an affidavit show ing that she used to teach in this city. County Superintendent Vigness is unable to send the applicant the de desired affidavit. Not that she did not teach here, for there is no doubt but what she did. But the fire of 1898, which threatened to wipe out the entire city, destroyed the records which showed when she was employ ed here. This is (but one instance where the loss of records prior to 1898 handicap the work of the various officials. Similar cases arise frequently. WINS AGAIN The International Pure Food Show held in Paris March 1912, has just awarded Calumet Baking Powder the highest honors, giving them the grand prize and Ga Medal. This, in addition to vie I gbest award that Calumet won at the World's Pure Food Exposition in Chi cago, gives Calumet the highest hon ors issued by two of the largest Pure Food Shows ever he'.i and proves conclusively the superior wholesome, ness, purity anl uniformity of Calu met bikin? Powder. Climate Failed— Medicine Cured It has ln'i-ii Hbsulutely shown tliut rest, fresh air, Mini BOIMI food do help ninny persons sufforing from Tuberculosis. But. to by really Inmost, it must lie admitted that the disease Is seldom more than "arrested." Something more Is needed. Eckiiiiiii'R Alterative is a medicine made fur the cure of Tuberculosis. 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The Cook's Book, containing 90 tested, easily-made recipes, sent upon receipt of the colored certificate Packed in 25 cent cans. Send it today. Jaques Mf«$. Co., Chicago Took it Too. Some rime ago Australia had a re markably eloquent and witty tailor, who became not only an M. P., but a minister of the crown. To him a new governor made this maladroit remark, "I hear, Mr. Jones, you were once a tailor.'* "Yes. my lord. I was." "And how are you engaged now?" "Taking your excellency's measure." —London Chronicle. Carpets.. Soda crackers are more nutritive than any other flour food. Uneeda Bis cuit are the perfect soda crackers. Therefore, Uneeda Biscuit. Though the cost is but five cents, Uneeda Bis cuit are too good, too nourishing, too crisp, to be bought merely as an economy. Buy them because of their freshness—buy them because of their crispness—buy them be cause of their goodness —buy them because of their nourishment. Always 5 cents. Al ways fresh and crisp. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY Lace Curtains, Blankets and Can be done here, worry and bother permit us to do it much better THREE THE TRUTH ABOUT BLUING. Talk No. 2. Avoid liquid 'bluing. Don't buy water for'bluing. All the water contained is so much adulteration. Glass bottles make an expensive package add nothing to value to consumer. Always ask for RED CROSS BALL BLUE, the blue that's all blue. Makes the laundress smile out loud. Large package, 5 cents. ALL GROCERS. Everything that has to be washed for Spring House Cleaning Save you the work, besides our facilities BISMARCK STEAM LAUNDRY CO. Phone 54 Cor. 4th and Rossar Why mo a Piaoo in YOU Home? There is no reasoe YOU We sell them on time payments if you wish and have five different makes of standard instruments for your selection. The Celebrated PACKARD is Our Leader |Also Piano Players, Roll and Music. We have in stock Violins, Guitars and stringed instruments strings, instructors and all accessory. For band work, Clarionets, Cornets and all instru ments with reeds. Oil, cases, music racks, etc. Anything in music you will find at PECK'S MUSIC HOUSE Phone 89 Bismarck, N. Dak.