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'It'll ELOPE
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The young man was given a hear­
ing before
Judge Nuessle of Hismarck
at Steele today. .The dismissing
the case is the culmination of oiif
the most interesting transpiring
this vicinity in some time.
May Sue for Damages.
Attorney John A. .lorgenson
Jamestown, who defended Chance,
stated yesterday afternoon that in all:
probability action for heavy damabes.l
claiming malicious prosecution, will
be brought against Fred Riddle, the!
girl's father, who caused the arrest
of Chance. As a result of the prose-1
cuiton of the young man by the ir-!
rated Kidder county farmer, Chance
has spent 32 days in jail. I
"We'll Elope Again," Say Couple.
Chance is now free hut develop-'!
meats yesterday afternoon tend to
show that he will not be free long.
"Just as soon as 1 get the opportun-j
ity, I'll elope again with Maty,-' said
the young man in discussing the case.!
With these prospects indications are
lie will soon he "hound over'' to the
care of Mary Riddle.
The girl in the case is agreeable
and backs up the statemsnt made by
her champion.
Father to Keep a Vigil.
In the meanwhile the father resides
at his farm and has declared he will
keep a close watch over his blooming
daughter in an effort to keep the cou
pie from fulfilling their promise.
EARLY RESIDENT Of
THEJMLLEV PASSES
Louis A.
Larson,
for at ^Ylars
Farmer of Burleigh Cpunyif,'
Died at 2 O'clock Today
.A», I#rsoft»,yje ihe^first,
settler's' north of Bismarck and for 37
years a farmer and stock raiser of
Burliegh county, passed away at 2
o'clock this afternoon in the Bismarck I
hospital, where he had been confined
'November 6,„ last.
Ssr- •'Causfi.Of-\deathOtfas heart disease,
brought oln by threfe*attacks of paral.v-
«is ith the Jaist three years, the
-'-'v '-third attack being experienced Jast
Thursday, while at the hospital.
Funeral service's..have not as yet
.. ^eeI1 decid&d,.'birtvwni in all probabil
ity be,held, here ^tiday afternoon.
At the bedside When death occurred
were the widow and the five children.
John A. Larson of Bismarck William
ILarson of Wogansport Frank Larson
of Hatmon, and Lester and Mabel
/Larson, who reside on the farm north
of this city.
Wiith his wife. Mr. Larson came to
(North Dakota on .Tulv 4. 1£7S. He
.was among the first to take a home­
stead in the western part of the state.
He had resided on the farm con­
tinuously since that time.
Three years ago he suffered the
Jlrst stroke of paralysis, the socoml
coming the first of this month and
the third occurring in the hospital
last week.
NOTICE ELKS BAND REHEARSAL.
All band members within th6 Elks'
lodge are urged to meet next Monday
and Wednesday nights at the hall for
rehearsal. These rehearsals, which
are in preparation for the annual .Me­
morial exercises at the Auditorium,
Sunday,..Secembr 3, will be called at
8 o'clock Eharp each night. All mem­
bers are expected to be in attendance
in good condition to play their instru­
ments,
B&\ AYm. O'HARA,
,t Exaltd Ruler.
School children of the grades will
!be admitted to the second balcony to­
morrow night for 25c.
.,
The ladies of the Baptist church will
hold annual sale of food and fancy
hrticles Saturday, Not. 25, in the Gas
Company office, Fifth and Broadway.
McKENZIE VISITORS.
Charles and Roscoe Crum of McKen
tie transtacted business in the city
IMonday. Other visitors here from Mc
Kenzie were Mr. and Mrs. ?.R. Bliss,
'A. L. Berthoff and Mr. and Mrs. Wil­
bur Rodger.
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP 1I0STRILS
IMIi How To Get Quick Relief
iron Head-Colds. It's Splendid!
In one minute your clogged nostrils
fcHU open, the air pasages of your
tiead will clear and you can breathe
freely. No more hawking, snuffling,
Jblowing, headache, dryness. No
struggling for breath at nighty your
told or catarrh will be gone.
Get small bottle of Ely's Cream
pal« from your druggist now. Apply
fi little of this fragrant, antiseptic,
fcealiag cream In your nostrils. It
penetrates through every air passage
4»f the hea4, soothes the inflamed or
fewoUes muoou membranes tad re
Ifef^comes aMpntly.
It'a ]wt
tiue*'
Don't stay etuffed-up
Mlh cold or tasty catarrb—Relief
TWO HGGIDEinS ON
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Kidder County Young Man Who
Eloped With Mary Riddle
Has Been Released
Steele, N. D.. Is'ov. 2:'.—M. II.
Chance, the well-known Kidder coun­|a
ty young man, who was arrested at
Jamestown October 1S, on a charge
o£ larceny, the specific charge being
that he stole Fred Riddle's automo­
bile'to further his elopment with the
latter's daughter, Jlary Riddle, has
been released from custody and
charges preferred against him have
been discharged by order of the court.
WITHIK Sim DAYS
A. P. Schneider, Driving Heavy
Machine, Struck by Freight
Late Saturday
(By Special Correspondent.)
.Jamestown. X. D„ Nov* 22.—A/P.
Schneider, manager of the Schneider
Auto company. Fourth avenue and
Fourth street, driving a-H,Vhorse pow
er Port., four cylinder, was struck by
westbound l'rieiglU train in an at
temtft. to make the Sixth avenue cross
ing at 3::!0 o'clock Saturday.
Schneider, with two other passen­
gers, was. driving south at the. time.
I Xone was hurt. Schneider \statea
shortly after the accident that\there
was no flagman at the crossing and
because of his machine being enclos­
ed and several cars being- on the sid
ing. the view down the track was
somewhat, abstruse. The car was bud
ly Wrecked.
The accident this afternoon makes
the second on the Sixth avenue cross
ing within 60 days. Theodore Thpm
having his machine wrecked one ev^n
ing.
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WAR HASTENS THE
END OF RULER
Continued from Pars One")
friend, also the young hero, your dear
son, the crown prince, and the Prince
Ruppreclit. as well as the incompar­
ably brave (Jerman army. Words
fail to express what moves me and
with me. my army, in these days pt
world's history."
Emperor Joseph reigned longer than
any ruler in history, ascending to the
throne of Austria when he was 18
years old. He reigned continuously
for (-S years. Other rulers have had
longer terms of service but none of
them as long in actual power.
Pharaoh is credited with 99 years
and Louis XIV reigned 72 years. Each,
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yeaij known
as Best,Safest,
Always Reliable
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Smokeless
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In the fall before the furnace
tire is needed—ill cold weather,
when the furnace
f#ils
to keep
the corncrs warm,
a
Perfection
Heater takes the chill awav
and makes* the whole house
comfortable.
The Perfectidn Smokeless
Heater may be -easily carried
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No arioke, no dilst, no ashes.
It Is Cdoiiegs
Can be regulated so the heat
will radiate straight up or out­
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Hums kerosene cheap and
always available. Any good
kerosene will give satisfaction,
but for best results use Per­
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It is easy to fill and regulate.
25 ir.clies high, 12 inches in
diameter—finished in polished
steel or blue enamel—trim­
mings are nickel or black Japan.
It is an ornament—and in use
in more than 2,000,000 homes.
Price varies from $4 to $7.25,
according to finish. Look for
the tiianglc tridc mark.
Ravo Lamps give that
.soft mellow light wlikh
enables you to read with­
out eve strain. Get one.
STANDARD OIL CO.
72 V/. AdamsSt., Cfcicif»,i'.S. A.
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however, took his throne when
was a child.
Francis Joseph stands third on the
list for continuous ruling years.
O. W. Roberts, local meteorologist,
lias been called to Fargo as a witness
in a case before the federal court.
Walker Whiteside in "The Melting
Pot" at the Bismarck theater tonight.
"Popular prices for seats at Auditor­
ium concert tomorrow night.
06*0
For' Constipation
Headac1ieXndi^estion,etc
RANDRETH
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Safe and Sure
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-AltHAltCK DAILY TRIBUNE
(Associated
Press).
London, -Nov, 22.—The common
council'of Antwerp jias-refused to de­
liver lists of the unemployed to the
Germans, according to a Reuter's Am­
sterdam dispatch quoting the" Tele
graaf. As a consequence, the dis­
patch says, tlie Germans are now call­
ing men of all classes to the-police
stations for examination as to the
identity of their papers. These men
are said to be given the. choice of a
German labor contract of three or six
months or immediate deportation to
Germany.
The Telegraaf adds that an official
letter has been* sent to all Burgomas­
ters demanding lists of unemployed
under penalty of deporting citizens
of- all classes to Germany.
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DOING" ON APPOINTMENTS
•_ (Continued from page one»
cafly all of which were embodied in
the state platforms of both the Re­
publicans and the Democrats in the
recent campaign, will go through. ..
Arrived Yesterday.
Gotfernor-elect Frazier reached the
Capital City at noon yesterday and
had luncheon with Chairman F. E.
Packard of the state tax Commission,
and Chairman W. J. Prater of the Bur-
THEY WERE RUNDOWN
How often we hear it said of a man
Or woman that "they were rundown in
health"\vhichaccountsfortheirpresent
sickness. For that reason it is impor­
tant that when you find you tire easily,
when your nerves are troublesome or
your work is irksome, you should
strengthen your system immediately
with the blood-enriching, tissue-build­
ing food in Scott's Emulsion which
contains pure Norwegian cod liver
oil and is free
from
Alcohol.
ivf.v 8coti4li
Bcwpc,
Sometimes in mud.
The 5-passenger 6-30 Chalmers
as 30 it develops well over 45 h. p. The
cost for the extra power is
car af a
All prices f- o. b. Detroit
Carl Pederson, Mgr.
QwlityFirst
leigh county Republican central com­
mittee.
The governor looks the part. He
•has a dignified, commanding ibearing.
He seems to have taken on stature,
and J.o have grown more imposing
since the recent election. He always
has given the impression of ,a con­
servative thinker, a man with a great
amount of reserve power, and with
poise and repose, and this impress
MISSOURI VALLEY MOTOR CO
Bismarck, N. Dak.
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WEDNESDAY, *OV. 82, tM
sion is now enhanced." He Is man
who would be picked from a crowd,
even were his identity unknown.
Walker Whiteside in "Hie Melting
Pot" at the Bismarck theater tonight.
School children of the grades will be
admitted to the second aMcoafrttfihor
row night-for. 25c. ...»
".THE
BISMARCK
Several new students jenroll
every week, and every pne satisfied
with the college in all Its iUpoint
ments. Students, admitted without
examination for either the Boiok
keeping or Shorthand courMs.
English Crop the lowest prijnaiy
branches. Send for particulars.
When you
know
i,,
s'V- ifiii. ht
you are in a
r.i
3-. -r
price
I
what wo -have
done for hundred* of others, you
will want to attends
G. M. LANQUM, Pres.
V.. Bjsnmrfik, K. D.
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