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VERA VAN DORN MAUD MAN'S LONELY VIGIL AT GRAVE UNEARTHS DEATH SECRET KEPT A YEAR! ACK.ER_, SHUESKUE !UID "The observant traveler finds tongues in trees, books in the run ning brooks and good in everything." 8taould he be in Bismarck today he certainly would have added, "satisfac tion in Klein Klothes." Our satisfied customers are our best ads. KLEIN, The Tailor. HERE ON BUSINESS. 2 H. E. O'Neill of McKenzie spent Sat urday in the city on business. We are now announcing our lines for 1917, and writing contracts with our dealers, and as our ter ritory is large, and we desire to show our lines to the greatest number of people in the shortest space of time, we have decided to put on a mammoth exhibit begin ning Saturday, October 28th, to continue for twenty days, thereby giving the dealers in the western part of the state and the public in general, an opportunity to see the beautiful new lines. We are large distributors of Automobiles, Motor ^Trucks, Trailers, Gas Tractors, Threshers, etc., and are 'shipping in many car loads for this show, and the pub lie generally are invited to attend and see the demon stration with Automobiles and Plowing exhibits with tractors which will be worth coming many miles to Staff Special Toledo, 0., Oct. 21.— Love tragedy and mystery are mingled in the death of .Maud Acker of this city who, po lice charge, was shot by Vera Van Dorn last 'December. The police are unfolding a story of a grief-stricken man's lonely vigil at the Acker grave in Sandusky, which he kept covered with flowers of the man's arrest and suicide. The visitor to Miss Acker's grave, according to police, was E. D. Niet zey of Washington, D. C. After his suicide the police found a letter in which it was charged Miss Acker was killed by the Van Dorn girl. These happenings led to investigation. The police say Clara Reed of Tol edo, told them Miss Van Dorn was playing with a revolver which acci dentally exploded, killing Miss Acker. She said, according to the police, she and Miss Van Dorn entered into a pact to keep secret the manner of the girl's death. The police at tributed the death to suicide. The secret was kept nearly a year and the story, the police say is the real one, has just come to light. The accused girl declares she is Innocent. SO Books Entered InCase Fargo, N. D., Oct. 21.—Nearly 50 exhibits have now been admitted as evidence or identified preparatory to admission in the case of the United States versus E. A. Wilson and R. M. Farmer, commonly known as the North Dakota Improvement case. The work of the court yesterday afternoon and this forenoon was tak en up almost exclusively in the iden tification of exhibits, which are ex pected to play a large part in the case of the government against the defendants. Most of the nearly 50 exhibits are books containing as high as 500 pages each, some others be ing letter press books used in the keeping of copies of letters written. Some literature was identified as hav ing been mailed out by the employes of the North Dakota Improvement Co., under direction of the officers, and these copies are expected to play a considerable part in the attempt of the government to show that the de fendants used the mails to defraud the public as is charged in the in dictment of the two men. TO PROSPECTIVE CAR PURCHASERS WE WILL CONSIDER TAKING IN U8ED CAM PART PAYMENTS ON NEW MODELS. E $6,150 Paid for Prize of Guernsey Herd at Eastern Auction Perhaps the greatest stimulus that the breeding of pure-blood dairy cat tlehas ever had in this country was furnished by the remarkable auction sale held the other day at Langwater Farms, the beautiful estate of F. Lothrop Ames at North Easton, Mass., at which a single cow, Langwater Dairymaid, sold for FG,LR0, the record OF Alt ACTRESS Struggled with Sickness and Dis couragement How Relieved. Dayville, Killingly, Conn.—"I shall be glad to have every woman know what I know now, after using Lydia E. arnVVege- Gap pound, oaglil am only ilV have suffered for jjie past eigfit yeaiw.I bated the doctors, for a doctor told me to give up the stage where I was playing with my husband. I had bearing down pains, my health failed me. ana I could not work on tho stage, and wasn't able to tend my baby or even get around myself. I was always downhearted and discontented with the world, and only lived for tho sake of my little girl. The doctor said to move to some quiet little town away from the noisy city, and I might be able to live and feel well, so I went to Day ville in November. At that time I waa so sick I could not walk around, and my husband kept house and I stayed in bed. One day in January I read your adver tisement in a newspaper, and I sent for Lydia E. Pinkhara's Vegetable Com pound, and ptcrtod taking1 it. Within two weeks time I wa9 a ui!7crent wo man, could fret around, felt so good that it was a pleasnre to do my house work. I felt contented and ^nppy, and now am the picture of health, and am tempted to return to the stage. We iwpreciate my health as the most pre cious thing on earth."—Mrs. H. I* KLENETT, BOX 85, Killingly, Conn. It has been impossible for ns to find anywhere near enough floor space in the city to stage this big show, and as there will be out door stunts to put on, and in order to have it all together, we have arranged, and are now putting up our large tents in the rear of our office across the street east from the Northern Pac ific Freight depot, where we will be able to show you day or night, some of the latest and most beautiful •Models on the market, in the Automobile lines and will exhibit. The Pilot Six line that made the perfect score on the National Park run and carried away the Tro phy. We have these in both the Touring model and the Get Chumy Roadster. Also the Grant Six in all Models. The Regal in both the 4 and 8 cylinders. *..A BISMARCK DAILY TMBTWl Our finely equipped Service Department in charge of Overland trained mechanics along with the largest parts stock in this territory, are devoted EXCLUSIVELY to OVERLAND and WILLYS KNIGHT cars. Some LAHR MOTOR SALES COMPANY AN EXCLUSIVE OVERLAND ORGANIZATION price for an animal of the Guernsey breed. Seventy-four head were sold, bring ing an average, including a number of bull calves, of $1,051 apiece. This broke all records. Guernsey breeders and farmers from all parts of the country were gathered in the big tent when Lean der F. Herrick, the auctioneer, open' ed the sale. They were drawn oy the magnet of exceptional pedigree and performance which were to be found in Mr. Ames' herd. CITY NEWS ORI8COLL VISITORS. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A. Anderson were among the Driscoll visitors in the city Saturday. MRS. EVARTS ILL. Mrs. Nellie Evarts, assistant coun ty superintendent, was" .off duty on account of illness, Saturday HOSPITALNOTtt. Among the patients to enter the St. Alexius hospital withjta the last two days were: Mrs. A. Williams, City J. W. Lafferty, City Speror Pettas, 'Mandan Mrs. S. gfudt, Glen Ullin Martin Fuhrmann, City. Those to leave the hospital wfre: Carl Tomorrow Only Monday, Oct. 23 Big Show For Bismarck Commencing Saturday Oct. 28th George D. Brown Company Bismarck and Farfo, N. Dak. Meier, Strassburg Master Wayne Mo rey, Elgin Miss Louise Grunenfer der, Mandan Mrs. M. D. Strange, El bowoods. BRITTIN VISITOR HERE. George Doan of Brittin was in the city Saturday transacting business at DATE TOMORROW TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SPECIAL NOTICE—Cp a program that is 100 pictures and stars assft money to get pictures The Dixie Flyer. And the new Argo at $455.00 f. o. b. Jackson, Michigan. The old Hickory Trucks. Also the Smith Form A Truck attachments that will convert a Ford Chassis into a Truck for $350, which will do the work of a Truck that will cost $1500. We will show a big line of Trailers, both in open and covered, which are fast coming into favor, to couple up with an Auto for hauling loads. We will give daily demonstrations with the great line of Kinkead Gas Tractors, that will handle three plows, and a fair sized separator, and will also show the sieveless Frick small and medium sixe Threshers that we growing in favor so rapidly with the north —IN— SUNSHINE DAD" THEATRE the court house and also calling on friends. WACHTER COMPANY HAVE NEW TRUCK The Wachter Transfer and Storage Company have just put into service on the streets a fine new Smith Form Coming Events this Week THE PLAY "Sunshine Dad" "The Snow Cure" 'The Eternal Question' "The Lady Killer" "The Count" 'Little Miss Happiness' "Civilization's Child" A Rough Knight" PRODUCER Triangle-Griffith Triangle-Keystone Metro Metro Chaplin-Mutual Wm. Fox Triangle-Ince Triangle Keystone tenting tomorrow night and the balance of this week we offer you cent perfect. Never have you seen a program of such quality *n abov.3 in any theatre in this city in a week's program. It takes this quality and have them right along. Read this announcement of this week's piQtures:.£iid stars over and you will see they are among the world's best everyone of them." You will see them at the ORPHEUM THEATRE TRIANGLE FINE ARTS ^Kesents— De Wolf Hopper A Corking Good Comedy-Drama with D. W. Griffith Touches and Photography with All-Star Cast Ford Sterling, in "The Snow Cure" Do Not Miss This 2-Reel Keystone Comedy, You Know the Rest ORPHEUM A STTK6A7, ©BTOBBB », ml A truck that is attracting much atten tion on account of its big hauling ca pacity, for a small cost. The truck was purchased from the George D. Brown Company, who have distribut ing houses at both Bismarck and Far go. THE STARS De Wolf Hooper Ford Sterling Mme. Petrova Ralph Herz Charlie Chaplin June Caprice William H. Thompson Shorty'' Hamilton TUESDAY MME. PETROVA western farmer...A machine with which the fanners can do their own threshing at a small expense and save their grain at the proper time. cordial invitation is extended to all to visit our exhibit on the above named dates, and we will be pre pared to write new contracts with our old dealers and figure with new dealers with whom we have not yet done business. We still have some good territory open both in North Dakota and Montana on some of our lines. To prospective purchasers where we are not re presented by a dealer, we will be glad to meet you, and show you our extensive lines, and sell you direct at the right prioes. MR. DEALER SEND IN YOUR RESERVATION FOR TERRITORY WANTED AT ONCE.