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Ice Palace White enameled, high grade cabinet style. Best grade No. 1 ash outer case. Con struction: Eight wall with dead air space and Lino-felt insulation, and Removeable shelves. Prices Range $21.00, $23.50 to $30 LESS BOWEL TROUBLE IN BISMARCK Bismarck people have found out that A SINGLE DOSE of simple buck, thorn bark, glycerine, etc, as com pounded in Adler-i-ka, the German appendicitis remedy, relieves consti pation, sour stomach, or gas an the stomach INSTANTLY. This simple mixture antisepticizes the digestive organs and draws off the impurities and it is surprising how QUICLY it helps. Joe Breslow. Refrigerators I SPECIAL FLOOR COVERING SALE In order to close out certain brands of Rugs and Linoleum we have arranged this Extra Special Sale to last from April 9th to April 15th only Extra low prices will preval and as the assortment is very limited, you must come early or your neighbor will have bought just what you wanted. Read care fully the list as given: 9x12 Rugs Special Brussel $10.7& $15.00 Palisade Velvet 16-50 20.00 Special Velvet 19.50 25.00 Roxbury Velvet 18.00 22.00 Perm Axminster 18.00 22.00 Phillipsburg Brussel 16.00 20.00 Mohican Velvet 18.00 22.00 8 1-4x10 1-2 Rugs Special Brussel $ 6.75 11.50 Nipparhn Brussel 11.75 14.00 Phillipsburg Brussel 12.75 15.50 Khorassan Axminster 16.50 22.00 Royal Wilton Velvet 26.00 S3.00 Burtworth Wilton Velvet 29.00 37.00 Double Extra special. We have seven Bagdad Wilton Velvet rugs, beautiful patterns in tan and brown. Regular price on these rugs, $35.00. Sale price only 28.50. This is one of the very best rug values ever given anywhere by anyone. The size is nine feet by nine feet and if you can use this size do not pass this item. It is a genuine bargain. Hodges Fibre Rugs. A large assortment of beautiful patterns and colloriugs. Remember the colors are warranted fast, and we guarantee that for good hard wear and tear thee is no ug anywhere near their price that will afford you such excellent patterns and colorings. Just the rug for the dining room, bedroom, library or den. Extra low prices will prevail duing this sale. 9 by 12 Kaba grade $10.75 9 by 12 Abak grade 7.75 81-4 by 101.2 Kaba grade $9.75 81-4 by 101-2 Abak grade 6.75 Linoleum, 2 pieces of 16-4 (12 feet wide) best quality inlaid linoleum, good patterns. Regular $1.85 per square yard. Special sale only $1.15 per square yard. Stock limited Stair carpeting. One full roll mottled velvet. Regular 85 cents, special only 65 cents. Two rolls velvet stair carpet, reguar price $1.00, special sale price only 75 c. yard. Window shades. We carry a complete stock of oil and water col. or shades and will be please dto measure and fit your windows and at prices that will be absolutely satisfactory to you. SEE US NOW. Cocoa door mats 50c 4 foot step ladders 75c Liquid Veneer 26c ft 50c Dustless dust cloth 25c Lace curtain stretchers $1.25 Perforated chair seats 10 Wardrobe hooks per dot. .15 Picture wire box .05 Brass extension rods (24 to 54 inches) 4 for .25 Steel door mats $1.36 Carpet beaters 15 Dustless dust mops 5" H. ft H. Rug Cleaner 15 Wash-tub benches 1.65 Fibre chair seats 16 Castors, Iron bed per set Moulding hooks do*. .10 Sunshine Polish 20 A. W. LUCAS CO. Guaranteed Goods at Saving Prices Size :50xl8x47 Ice capacity 100 lbs. We invite your inspection of our line. See our display window tOebb 'Brothers GEM GROCERY On Sixtli street is selling for cash, employ no expensive help, own our own building and buy for cash, secur ing the discounts, therefore can sell chaeper than any store in town. Everything fresh, n§w and clean. Come and see us. GLITSCHKA BROS. Phone S6. 212 Sixth St. Sale price Reg. price Sale price Reg. price The Freezit Refrigerator Galvanized steel and white enamel, solid inner case, dead air space Removeable shelves. The white enamel lining in this refrigerator is the best that can be produced The best medium priced chest made. Size 20x18 }4x54 Ice capacity 85 lbs. Price $22.50 TWO INDIANS BEING HELD^ HORDER Sisseton Official Fear Lynch ing if Truth Should Be Known •SISSETON, S. D., April 12.—At the preliminary hearing of the five In dians charged with the murder of the Judish boy at the farm home east of this city, the state's attorney asked for the dismissal of the action, .so far as the defendants, Joe Seven 'Broth ers, and Joe and Jesse Wicetamaza are concerned, and the hearing was held on the information charging Joe High Bear and Jonah Star only. The state did not attempt to pre sent all of its evidence, but merely enough to hold the two defendants to the term of court to be opened on the third Tuesday in April. It was shown that High Bear sold the shotgun that was taken from the Judish home at the time of the murder and that he had in his possession the suit of c'othes and the revolver owned by the murdered lad. A pair of saoes, identified by members cf the dead lad's family as belonging to him, were also introduced in evidence, and the sheriff testified -that they were taken from High Bear, who was wearing them in the county Jail up to the day before the hearing. Jonah Star accompanied High Bear at the time of the sale of the shot gun and is said to have had an inter est in the other property. His attor neys made a vigorous effort to have him released on the showing of an alleged allW brought out in the evi dence of an Indian fanner with hom he had been staying. Ben Johnson tes tifying that Star had been at his house all day Sunday, and gone to church with him, and had only been absent from the Johnson home on the nighst of the murder for about an hour and a half—from 6:30 in the evening to"& o'clock, whereas it is known that the Judish boy was alive at 8:SO Sunday evening. The magistrate held, how ever, that the circumstances were suf ficient to warratn his detention, and 'both High Bear and Star were held without ball. The sheriff and the state's attorney fear that if the truth were clearly known there would be danger of the lynching of the defendants. Feeling in the rural district where the' lad lived at Browns Valley, where Ms parents resided the past winter, is very strong, and great care will be used in guarding the prisoners. PAINT8 AND VARNISHES We are selling paints, varnishes, building hardware and other lines be longing to the building business, we are selling out at cost. Come ad get your needs at cost. H. C. RHUD, Fifth St, opposite McKenzle Hotel DRINK HABIT CURED In 3 Days by the Safe, Harmless N E A TREATMENT no motirMC mftcuoHS. NO after •fleets. Complete can certain yrafaade*. AH drag adtffc- NEAL INSTITUTE 611-8th St. S. Fargo, N. D. %-^r:£Vh!£gmmf!2WW$^%»-. -rWB&"-W*i®«ZH* BISMAEOK DAILY TRIBUNE. A re^wy^w^reis^i^w-^ New ofthe State At Williston the Missouri was so high the Great Northern tracks were under water. Wells County, especially around Sykeston, is gaining fame as a horse raising center. A waiter at Marmarth skipped in the dark—after a warrant had been issued for him. _— The marshalless condition of New England is causing the property own ers some worry. —. .— Mayor Lovell, of Fargo, is coming to Bismarck to get ideas on the build ing of an auditorium. There is a great deal of activity among the candidates for county su perintendents of schools. Over three hundred couples attend ed the ball given by the locomotive engineers at Jamestown. The people of Dunn and McKenzie counties are elated over the pros pects of railways this summer. Improvements are to be .made in the Wilton schools and the high school work is to be extended. Rev. Newcomb, of Bismarck, will be one of the lecturers at the Devils Lake Chautauqua this summer. The Kenmare news had an appli cation for a, farm job from the father of a boy in the Stillwater prison. The Courteney Gazette has changed to all home print and will push the town to the front more than ever. There are a few North Dakotans headed for the Canadian Northwest but more of them are coming back. With the N. P. running trains into Stanton in May-jthat part of the state is sure to develop rapidly this year. Farmers around Beach in the Gold, en Valley seem convinced there will be a bumper crop in that section this year. The Bisbee Gazette appears to think the dove of peace humps itself and flies faster when it gets over Devils Lake. In Bowman county there was gen eral surprise that one county official declined to become a candidate for re-election. _._ This is the time of year when town officials begin the enforcement of the ordinances against bike riding on the sidewalks. Editor Ruud of Pingree. will be captain of the baseball team in his town this summer, and intends to put over some hot games. Some barber shops have put the ban on swearing. Perhaps the raz ors have been sharpened and profani. ty is no longer essential. A Griggs county man is said to have invented a snare—with wire loops and by baiting the traps with corn he caught a lot of wild geese. Instead of running for the state senate it is reported that Editor Fyles of Milnor will be a candidate for the lower branch of the state legislature. With Scotland shipping spuds over and selling them at $1.40 the North Dakotans who stored potatoes last fail should be getting a fair price. Mrs. Dungen died in the insane hospital at Jamestown and her hus band is in jail In Dickey county on the charge of murdering James Cole. The lakes and sloughs of the state are now well filled with water—and there may be a large number of ducks hatching in the state this summer. Shirley Bowles, a fifteen year old boy, left his father's home in Benson county and is supposed to be in the eastern part of the state. His father wants him. W. H. Smethurst, formerly of the Sterling Star, and numerous other papers, is now editor and proprietor of the Richardton Journal, the first issue of which is out. Editor Claybaugh has started on his seventeenth year as editor of 'tjhe Fairmount News. He holds the rec ord of never having been absent from the pressroom on a single issue. When the river went on the war path at Buford many low places were filled with water and some fish. When the water got low the deniiens of the town had some easy fishing. The railway commisisoners will be asked to take a hand in the depot question at Kindred. It is asserted the depot is located directly across the main business street. With the assessors listing all the voters there will no doubt be a lot of fellows who will find their names in the tax lists. The poll tax will be In creased if nothing else. Simon Westby is said to hold both a first and second mortgage on the Rugby Tribune. He held the second and when the first was being fore closed had to buy in to protect him self. It is reported that some Mercer county homesteaders who made final proof without aslgning the coal rights to the government have been notified that unless the assignment is made in thirty days the lands will be thrown open to filing. POLICE TELL GIRL OF FIANCE'S DEATH Body of Hon Killed ID Pem bina Takes lo Minneapolis a be Suicide MINNEAPOLIS, April 12—Alma Bergwall, who has been looking for ward to next fall when she was to be married to John Pearson, was told by the Minneapolis police t.iat her fiance is dead. The Minneapolis police have been investigating the death of Pearson. He was killed at Pembina, N. D., last week, but no details of his death have been received in Minneapolis. Death was caused by a bullet wound in the head, and the body was brought here. Anna Pearson, a sister, ordered the body sent from Pembina. Pearson was a baker and lived with Herman Lindberg. According to Lind berg and Miss Bergwall, he left for Pembina on the ght of March 27 and planned to work for six months on a farm in an affort to better his health. When the police heard of his death they thought the death might have some connection with the Alice Matthews mystery and began an in vestigation. Miss Bergwall said she had been with Pearson on the night of the murder and the police are ab solutely convinced that Pearson had no connection with the Matthews case. iMiss Bergwall says she became en gaged to Pearson on the night he left for Pembina. He was in poor health and his friends say that if he took his life, ill health was the cause. FOR YOUR HAIR. Her* Ar* Facts W. Want You to Prove at Our Risk. When the roots of the hair are en tirely dead and the poros of the scalp are glazed ov«-r. we do not believe that anything -nn restore nnir growth. But. when the hair roots retain any life, we Iw'Meve there is nothing that will so surely promote hair growth as will Itexali Hnir Touic. To prove tliiit st iti'iuei!i. w«» promise to prompt ly return »!l the money yon pay us for Resall "Si:?" Ihilr Tonic, should It not please you Rexall "iYT Iltiir Tonic destroys the germs which tire usually responsible for baldness. It penetrates to the roofs of the iir. stimulating and. by pro motinj circtil.ition. nourishing them. Rex.ill "it:!" flnlr Tonic helps to relieve scalp irritation, to remove dandruff, to prevent the hair from falling out. and to promote an in creased growth of hair. It comes in two sizes, prices 50 cents and SI.00. Remember, you can obtain It only at our store The Rexall Store Lenhart Drug lo., Bismarck, N Ik •sw cMtraf MNi CM N I N I I N fey •f MiL Shows Mttt bn$s) iwriaf* •nFMMwv IMI N N I N I I VswSQf flflSflfc 9 smftSOt W N ft lM0v IMft #J MMV* •rsMNsrr. jflll SMut—Hi awl ei. fttafMM Mtts asMietarn#thsr flnWaM Call Mr MURESCO Sanitary Wall Finish Mesa ft* IMS MWftfftOTHUl aMIMMQ tMs4MMMt ftft V*v* MftVftsjsjv sjfttftMftl Qftfftfftl ^Xv^\\^x- vv-: ^ws^ CASTOR IA The Kind You Hare Always Bought, and which has been tft use for over 90 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy. GENUIN E A S O I A ALWAYS The Morawetz Company, Milwaukee THE MORA mm The Best Wall Finish in the World regardless of Price, save 1 0 cents on every 5 pound package you pur chase. Anyone can apply with the best results. PRICES Tints per package 45c White per package 40c Good Oil Makes*Good Paint. nest Important part of any paint is the linseed oil. Without pure linseed oO, paint wil short time dry up, scale off, and leave the lumberexposed to the action of theweather The only way for the manufacturer to be sure of the quality and to make it himself. Minnesota, faints are made from our own itbel manufacturer to be sure of the quality and air of the linseed oil is "'inneset* faint* are made from our own Hit This is what makes it better, as the linseed oil is never out of our control until it is sealed np in the can and shipped as Minnesota* faints. In Minnesota Unseed Oil we grind White I«ead and XX New Jersey Zinc, the two pest paint pigments known. The grinding and pure tical paint men whose experience tH-«« is done with the latest improved heavy machinery by expert workmen, supervised by prac has extended over forty years. Do you wonder that Minnesota. Paints have been known for forty years "The Best Paints Made." We make "A ftft far Evrr The cost per can has nothing to do wita the cost of paint. Figure how much surface a gallon will cover and protect satisfactorily.e fffnncsotmifafnts* on this basis, are the cheapest paints on °T^SMARCK HARDWARE COMPANY SOI li JZki IS7 vm iW FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. Children Cry for Fletcher's Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and '•Just-as-good" are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Iniants and Children—Experience against Experiment. What is CASTORIA Oastoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is Pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the Stomaeh and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea—The Mother's Friend* •Bears the Signature of The Kind Yon Have Always Bought In Use ror Over 3 0 Years THC CCRT4UM CONMNT. 11 MURRAY •TRCCT MIW VORK CtTT. The Missouri river water may be fit to bath in, but spring water is the only kind fit to drink. Phone No. 9. 33 "C^ASHION again favors the rough soft hats for Spring and the Mora rough shapes meet every demand for this type of hat. The same superior quality that characterizes all Mora hats is maintained in the Mora rough shapes. The variety of effects, colors and textures is of sufficient scope to satisfy every taste. In soft or stiff hats, in popular shapes and shades Mora hats are right. Sold by progressive dealers every where. Look for the Mora Trail* Mark embossed on the band. The rain this week was warmly wel comed by the farmers all over the state. HAT Masury's Superior Varnishes N O A Floor Finish per gal $3.50 N O A Elastia Interior Varnish per gal. $3.50 Every gallon guar anteed to give best satisfaction. Johnson's Prepared Floor Wax The most satisfactory preparation for polish ing furniture and floors Per 1 lb Per 2 lb Per 4 lb can can can $ .60 Ur. 2.0, A linnesota Linseed Oil.