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FRIDAY APRIL 12, 1912.
FRANK NEVILLE Singing & dancing comedian Photo-Plays That are photo plays. PATHE'S WEEKLY NO. 9 The animated weekly that has set the pace all others follow in the race, its first winner ev ery time. •"THE GHOST'S WARNING" A powerful production by the Edison company. CIVIC LEAOUt MEET S mm\i WILL GATHER AT COMMERCIAL CLUB ROOMS SATURDAY AT 3:30 O'CLOCK TO DISCUSS THE PLANS FOR WORK DURING CLEAN UP WEEK, WHICH COM MENCES APRIL 22. There will be an important meeting of the Civic Improvement League, and all parties interested in a Clean no Week at Bismarck, tomorrow af ternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the com. mercial club roms. At this gather ing plans will be formulated for the methods to be employed in combat ting the piles of dirt and refuse that have gathered during the winter months, and a general clean-up cam paign will be outlined. Every one who is interested in a more beautiful Bis. marck, whether or not a member of the Civic league, is urged to attend this meeting and to give their views on how the campaign should be con ducted. The week commencing Mon day April 22, has be.en designated by the president of the board of city commissioners for this purpose. Let every individual citizen do all in his power to help make this a more beau tiful municipality. The vast amount of building which is now going on demands that if its full value be ap-j preciated, the city be clean, and up to date. No matter how handsome a I Tonight, Tomorrow Night and Saturday Matinee 2«Acts Tonight—2 Marion and Deane In their comedy skit, "GETTING MARRIED" "CHUMPS" It fairly beams with h'larious screams, featuring John Bunay and Marshall P. Wilder. Com edy. "HIS SISTER'S CHILDREN". Comedy. A couple of lively "kids" keep things going and furnish a whole lot of fun for themselves and others. Featuring Maurice Costello Miss Myrtle Degnan Illustrated songs, always the best. Matinee Saturday 3:30 5c a 15c Mr. OLLIE MACK Off the Murray «f Mack shows structure may be, it shows up poor. ly in slovenly surroundings. The pub lic health is also to be considered. Dirt breeds disease. A clean-up week properly conducted and followed up eacli wek in the year with an effort to stay clean, will lower the death rate of the city. Everyone should attend this meeting tomorrow after noon. Spring water by the bottle or case delivered to your door. FINNEY'E DRUG STORE Stubborn Colds May Lead to Consumption Did you evar have a cold tbat would not let go a cough that persisted, that prevented sleep, and made waking hours miserable? Eckmau's Alterative is the proper remedy in such cases. Perhaps some simple medicine may be effective where It Is only a tickling In the throat but whea your chest is sore and simple remedies don't answer—then take Eik man's Alterative. Neglect often leads to more se.'lous trouble a case In point fol lows: 718 Cherry St., Phila., Pa. "Gentlemen: In July, 1905, I first no ticcd the conditions that showed I had Consumotlou. I lost weight rapidly had a hollow cough, hemorrhages and very severe night sweats. My brother recom mended Ecknian's Alterative. In the Kal, of 1005 I began to take it. At this time I am perfectly well and robust. My ap petite Is good and my weight has In creased from 110 to 140 pounds. Not a trace of my old trouble remains. I will gladly express the merits of this medi cine 'to-- anyone." _, (Signed) M. L. GKKHAKDT. Kckman's Alterative Is effective in Bron chitis. Asthma, Hay Fever Throat and Lung Troubles, and in upbuilding the system. Does not contain poisons, ophites or habit-forming drugs. Ask for booklet of cured cases and write to ICcknmn Laboratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for more evi dence. For sale by all leading druggists and Zowaa'i Drug Store. Bismarck. N. BIJO THEATRE Monday, April 1 5 The All Fun 3 Act Farce in a Jingly Musical Setting Prices 25c—50c—75c—$1.00 Get Seats Now EASTERN STAR DANCE CHANGED SOCIAL FUNCTION ORIGINALLY SET FOR TONIGHT HAS BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL A LATER DATE. MEMBERS OF LODGE WILL DANCE AT MASONIC TEM PLE APRIL 25. The dance which it was originally intended would be given by the mem bers of the Eastern Star at the Ma sonic Temple this evening, has been postponed on account of several other social functions which are to be given this evening. The date has now been set for Thursday, April 25, instead of tonight, and all the members of the order and the members of the Mason ic organizations are looking forward to this occasion with a great deal of pleasure. AT HIG HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS HAVE EN JOYED MANY DELIGHTFUL TALKS DURING THE PAST WEEK—DR. ROBERTSON, DR. STEARNS AND MISS ERDMANN WERE AMONG SPEAKERS. The students of the Bismarck high school have enjoyed listening to many interesting addresses during the past .week. Tuesday morning Dr. E. P. Robertson, president of Wesley col lege of Grand Forks, spoke on the topic, "What Is Education?" Tues day afternoon, after the regular school hour, A. P. Nbdine, secretary of Wesley college, met the members of the senior class and addressed them upon "Going to College." An illustrated talk -was given on Wednesday afternoon by Dr. Wallace N. Stearns of the University of North DR. WALLACE N. STEARNS Of the University of North Dakota. Who Addressed High School Pupils Th's Week. Dakota. Dr. Stearns addressed the entire school upon "Syria." His lee- ture being illustrated with many hand- Phelps some and interesting lantern sKdes Thursday morning Dr. Stearns met the ancient history -class and talked to them on "Recent Excavations and Discoveries in Egypt." Thursday morning Miss Erdmann, director of the course for nurses at the University of North Dakota, ad dresed the hi^h school girls upon the topic, "Nursing as a Profession." Her talk was interesting and well re ceived. Dr. Stearns has been spending the week in this section of the state, at tending the convention held at Bis marck by the Men and Religion For ward Movement, and also giving a number of lectures in various cities under the auspices of the university extension bureau. He spoke at New Salem Tuesday night, Mandan on Wednesday night, and will lecture at New Rockford this evening. PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS. Your druggist will refund money 1' PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, Blind. Bleading or Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c. GASCARETS CURE A BILIOUS HEADACHE Gently but Thoroughly Cleanse Your Liver, Stomach and Bowels and You Feel Great by Morning. You're bilious, you have a throb bing sensation in your head, a bad taste in your mouth, yoar eyes burn, your skin is yellow, with dark rings under your eyes your lips are parched. No wonder yon feel ugly, mean and ill tempered. Your system is full of bile not properly passed off, and what you need is a cleaning up inside. Dont continue being a bilious nuisance to yourself and those who love you, and don't resort to harsh physics, and irritate and injure. Re member that every disorder of the stomach, liver and intestines can be quickly cured by morning with gentle thorough Cascarets—they work while you sleep. A ten cent box from your druggist will keep you and the entire family feeling good for months. Children love to take Cascarets, be cause they taste good an-1 never gripe or sicken. BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE. Club. Won Lost Boston 1 St. Louis Cincinnati 1 New York 1 Philadelph'a 0 Pittsburg 0 Brooklyn 0 Cricago 0 The Peevish Child Needs a Laxative It is natural for a child to laugh and play and when it sulks drowsily or cries you may depend on it something physical is the matter. If you see no evidences of a serious ailment you will not be wrong if you quietly give it a dose of mild laxative that evening on putting it to bed. The remedy most generally recom mended for this purpose is Dr. Gald. well's Syrup Pepsin, which mothers throughout the entire country have been giving their children for a quar ter of a century. Today thousands of families are using it where hundreds used it then, and there must be good reason for this word of mouth recom mendation. It is admittedly the perfect laxative for children, women, old people and all others who need a gentle bowel stimulant and not a violent salt, cath artic pill or doctored water. Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin will act gently, Pet. 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 .000 .000 '.000 .000 Boston Defeats Phillies. At Eoston—Score by innings: R. H.E. Boston 7 9 0 Philadelphia 4 8 2 Batteries—^Purdue and Kling Alex ander and Dooin. Pirates Are Shut Out. ST. LOUIS, April 11.—Thirteen hits including a home run by Evans, en abled St. Louis to shut out Pittslburg 7 to 0, in the opening game. Evans' home run followed a three-base hit by Konetchy in the sixth. Score: R. H. E. Pittsburg 0 4 1 St. Louis 7 13 1 Batteries—Camnitz, Adams and Gib son Harmon and Bliss. Reds Defeat Cubs. CIlNiOININWri, April 12—Before by far the largest, crowd that ever saw a baseball game in this city, Cincin nati defeated Chicago in the opening game of the National league here by a score of 10 to 6. Giants Swamp Br°oklyn. BROOKLYN. April 12.—'New York won the opening game by the largest crowd that vey attended the Nation aj league contest here. So dense was the crowd that it encroached on the damond and a battalion of police had to be called in on advice of Mayor 'Gaynor, to give the players room. Score: R.H.E. New York 18 20 2 Brooklyn 3 7 3 Batteries Marquard. Myers and Wilson Rucker, Barger, Dent and 1WJ1 1 AMERICAN ASSOCIATION Standing of the Clubs. Club. Won Lost St. Paul 2 To'.edo 2 Minneapolis 2 Columbus 2 Kansas City 0 Indianapolis 0 Milwaukee 0 Louisville 0 TOLEDO. O.. April 12.—'Milwaukee found West invincible and Toledo won the second game of the series, 8 to 1. MIcG'ymn was driven from the box in the third. and when taken before retiring will bring complete satisfaction in the morning. After a short use of this remedy all forms of outside aid can be aispensed with and nature will again act alone. All classes of good American people keep it in the home for ills of the stomach, liver and bowels, and among the thousands who have written the doctor that they will never be without it are Mrs. J. H. Whiting, Lena. Wis., and Mrs. Johnson, 752 Dayton St, Kenosha, Wis. A dose of it has saved many a person from serious illness. Anyone wishing to make a trial of this remedy before buying it in the regular way of a druggist at fifty cents or one dollar a large bottle (family size) can have a sample bottle sent to the home free of charge by simply addressing Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 405 Washington St., Monticello, 111. Your name and address on a postal card will do. I NTHEWORLD OFSPORT NATIONAL LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs. Senators Trounce Kaws. CO'LUMIBUIS, AJril 12—Packard scattered Kansas City's hits while the Columlbus batters bunched seven, two off Brandon and five off Fiene in the seventh inning. Two bases on balls and a couple of errors aided them to make nine runs, the final score being 1.1 to 4. A stop by Conidon, a catch by Hinchman and four double plays by Kansas Oity were the features. Club. Won Chicago 1 Boston 1 Philadelphia I Cleveland 1 St. Louis 0 New York 0 Washington 0 Detroit 0 At Chicago— At New York— R.H.E. Chicago 6 10 1 Cincinnati 10 14 1 Batteries—Cole, C. Smith, Richie and Archer F. Smith, Humphreys and McLean. At Philadelphia— Pet. 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 .000 .000 .000 .000 R. H. E. Milwaukee I 8 2 Toledo 8 10 3 Batteries Marion. Nicholson. Me Glynn and Marshall Oreadorf, West and Carisch. St. Paul Repeats on Indians. INDIANAPOLIS, April 12.—After a hard hitting inning in which the home team scored three runs, the pitchers tightened up and no one crossed the home plate until St. Paul got to White again in the seventh and counted twice in the game here. In dianapolis tried to repeat, but got only one man around the circuit and lost to the visitor 5 to 4. Laroy, the Indian, after the first in ning, held Indianapolis to three hits, while White had to be replaced by Gouliat in the seventh. Millers Repeat on Colonels. LOUISVIIJLE, Ky., Alpril 12.^Min. neapolis won the second straight game from Louisville by bunching their hits in the first, second and sixth innings. The local team ou*batted the visitors but could not bunch their hits. Catcher Madden was forced to retire from the game owing to a wrenched ankle after a collision with Altizer at the plate. R. H. E. Kansas City 4 12 4 Columbus 1115 2 Batteries Brandon, Fiene and O'Connor Pacbkard and Smith. AMERICAN LEAGUE Standing of the Clubs ost 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 Pet. 1,000 1,000 1000 1,000 .000 .000 .000 .000 R. H. E. Chicago ..0 0 1 0 ft 1 1 3 9 1 St. Louis. 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0—2 7 2 Batteries Walsh and Sullivan Lake and Stephens. R. H. E. Boston 5 7 1 New York 3 7 2 iBatteries—Woods and Nunamaker Caldwell, Vaughan and Street. R. H. E. Washington 2 4 3 Philadelphia 4 7 3 Batteries—Johnson and Ainsmith C:ombs and uapp. At Cleveland— R. H. E. Detroit 2 6 3 Cleveland 3 5 2 Batteries Mullin and Stanage Mitchell and Easterly. Goes to Cleveland. NEW ORLEANS, La., April 12—Al OLDPEOPLE'S HONEFAIL Inmates Thrown on Charity. A "home for old people" recently became bankrupt in Detroit, and many inmates who had paid into it every dollar they had in the world, expect ing to be assured of a comfortable old age, were thrown on charity. We say that every institution oi this nature ought to be under the sup ervision of the state so such things could not happen. It is the duty of the young and strong to safeguard the welfare of the old and feeble. Their health and vigor, for example should be kept up as much as possi. ble. Nothing is so good for this pur pose as Vinol, our delicious cod liver and iron preparation without oil. Miss A. H. Ralston of Mt. Vernon, N. Y., says: "As a tonic I think Vinol is excellent, and especially for an old person. A condition of general debil ity which had lasted for months yield ed promptly to Vinol and this gives mfe the fullest confidence in it." Vinol is not only pleasant to take but always agrees with the stomach and we guarantee it absolutely. FINNEY'S DRUG STORE Phone 9 Our great- grandfather wore the historic R. H. E. St. Paul 5 6 0 Indianapolis 5 2 iBattries Laroy and Murray White, Gouliat and McCarty. "beaver" hats, made with a long bright nap Today, a Gordon velour soft hat is an important part of every well-groomed man's wardrobe. R.H.E Minneapolis 12 14 3 Louisville 16 1 Batteries—Comstock, Young, Pat terson and Smith Criss, Snyder and Madden, Schlei. A. W. Eppinger SSSt9f WALK-OVER It's Low Cut Time Certainly you'll have to have a pair this spring a we want to be youi shoeman. Of course we're only entitled to it when we can give you the right styles and the good values. This we can do-as we've made every effort to gather a most complete line of styles, in all leathers. Quality always goes hand in hand with the famous Walk Over and Nettleton Shoes Let us be your shoeman O I 3 S I A A E *tIK The family returned to Baldwin Grape Fruit 2 for 25c Strawberries 2 for 25c Fancy Tomatoes Lettuce Radishes Green Onions Qiick Diliiir, Open Wednesday and Saturday Nights & Klawitter, a member of last year's Friday morning, and the remains will New Orleans Southern League team, who pitched the opening game of the season here yesterday for the local club, has been sold to Cleveland Americans. Klawitter will leave at once for Clevelend. Deaths a MRS. ELIZABETH RUPP Mrs. Elizabeth Rupp, of Baldwin died in this city at 7 o'clock Thurs day evening, of Brights disease, rrom which she has been suffering for sev. eral months past. Mrs. Rupp was years of age at the time of her "leath. There were present at her death bed, her husband, two daught ers, Katie and Olga, and a son in law, Herman Kikal. Typewriters The No. 10 and No. 11 Visible Remington Models represent the sum total of all type writer achievement—past and present. They not only supply, but they anticipate every need of every user of the writing machine. They supply Visible Writing under new conditions—without sacrifice of strength, durability or efficiency. These Visible Remingtons have the drcp-forged type bars, the wide pivot bearings, and every other distinctive feature on which Remington supremacy is based. They have other features, new to the Remington and new to the writing machine. The Column Selector, the Built-in Tabulator, the Tabulator Set Key and the Adding and Sub tracting Typewriter are the very latest contributions to typewriter progress. Remington Typewriter Company (Incorporated) 406 2nd Ave. So., Minneapolis* Minn. Accurate Weights Prempt Service GEO. GUSSNER'S FIVE be shipped north Saturday morning. Funeral services will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Eald win church, and interment will be made at the Baldwin cemetery. Elizabeth Rupp was born in Austria and was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rupp. She was married in 11880 at her Austrian home to John Rupp, and the same year she and her I husband came to America, settling ion a homestead at Westbrook, Minn., where they resided for about 23 years. Ten years ago they moved to Bald win, North Dakota, where they have made their home ever since. Mrs. Rupp was a life long member of the Mennonite church. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Jacob Rupp, her Husband John Rupp. and four daugh. ters, Mrs. Claus Garner, Mrs. John Monroe, and Misses Katie and Olga Rupp. The Remington Creates or Acquires Everything Worth While in Rhubarb Spinach Asparagus Ce ery New Potatoes MEATS are from our own grain fat tened Cattle, Hogs A Sheep Cirnet Pricts