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THE TRIBUNE
Entered at the Postoffice, Bismarcl:, N.
D., as Second Class Matter.
ISSUED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
6UBSCRIPTION RATES PAYABIiE IN
ADVANCE
Dally, by carrier, per month $
Dally, by mail, per year 4.00
Weekly, by mall, per year
Member Audit Bureau of Circulation
,:THE"sXATE'S OL.DKST NEWSPAPER
(Established 3873)
LOCAL WEATHER BULLETIN.
For the 24 hours ending
o'clock, noon, Nov. 22, 191G:
Temperature at 7:00 a, m. ...
Temperature at 12, noon
Highest yesterday
Lowest last night
Precipitation
Highest wind velocity
1
1
... 23
...38
... 33
2 0
None
20—a
Forecast.
For North Dakota: Partly cloudy
tonight and Thursday colder tonight
in north portion much colder Thurs­
day and Thursday night.
O. YV. ROBERTS,
Observer.
Bismarck
Calgary
Chicago
Denver
Des Moines
Edmonton
i-Galveston
Temperature
20
34
... 38
IS
... 34
30
... 64
.... 24
2 0
32
... 40
... 24
46
... 30
24
40
Helena
-Moorhead
Pittsburgh ...
Portland (O)
Prince Albert
St. Louis
St. Paul
Salt Lake City ,....:
San Francisco
Seattle 44
Swift Current 38
Washington 2G
Williston .'0
Winnipeg 24
4
Books are the stored honey
of the (human soul, gathered
on wings of misery and tra
vail.—Theodore Dreiser.
C* •J* "J*
This renewal of interest upon the
part of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul is a hopeful sign. The North­
ern Pacific has an important exten
sion to build from Mott to Marmarth,
the new county seat of Slope the
Great Northern and the Soo Line
have surveys made in the northwest
em part of the state. Probably the
surest way for the railways to in-
gratiate themselves with our farmers'
legislature this winter is for the oper­
ating officials to follow President Ear
ling's lead in making definite an
nouncement of the early undertaking
of these extensions. Present busi­
ness and future prospects more than
warrant this construction, and failure
upon the part of the railways to make
it now, when prosperity is so univer­
sal, and, for a time at least, so ap
parently well assured, is certain to re­
act unfavorably.
jV The Tribune rejoices in the good
fortune of the Slope country, which"
E Is one of the first sections of the
I* state to profit from the railways' re
newal of confidence. The Tribune has
great faith in that wonderful empire
lying west of the river it anticipates
a remarkable future for all of that
& region, and the one thing needed to
develop its wonderful resources is bet­
ter transportation facilities.
I
$
of the glory of her "port of New I
York."
na-
„.,-n
0|l
THEN, WHAT?
lAfter two years of "letting things
slide along," Great iBritain discovers
that feeding folks is as great a neces­
sity of warfare as is killing them, and
she will now follow Germany's exam­
ple in controlling and conserving the
food supply by government action.
France, wimn lime igo, look some­
what. Kinii1:Jr steps and Italy and Uus
sia musl. soon adopt the policy lo the
limit.
Now, if American liinil prices nre
largely due to foreign demands, what
is going lo be the effect of this close
fisted foreign policy upon American
prices? Even in respect of war mu­
nitions, Ureal, Britain is daily becom­
ing more able to supply her -needs.
The new solar reflector on Alt.'Wil­
son, California, will survey 100,000,
000 star :. Belter than an opera glass
at the Winter Carderi.
lAn unsophisticated cabman has
been discovered in Chicago. The re­
ward is still up, however, for an un­
sophisticated taxi driver.
It was only a week before that we
were laughing at Cuba, where it t,ook
three days to find out who was elect­
ed.
'•Hello!" as a 'phone greeting is o
ing out of fashion here Loudon has
just discovered it as a "time saver."
We see T. R. is getting Fijity.
Mrs. George W. Welch, Mother of
George A. Welch,
Passes
In the death of Mrs. Pheobe Pettey
Welch, widow of the late George W.
SHOWS ENTERPRISE. [Welch, which occurred late Tuesday
North Dakota generally, the Slope' afternoon in the Bismarck hospital.
.. ,i„. Bismarck has lost one ot its most
region particularly, has suffei-ed highly respected residents. Although
ing the past three years from the re-
^as been Httla no. railway, (Jeveloprj
.1 ment in the state since 1912, and the
progress of many promising commun
ities has been retarded toy lack o£
^transportation facilities*.. In the face
of abnormal steel costs, am,almost.
otter Inabjlitj t$., obtain vlabor at any
cos* unsettled fiifancial conditions,
and an unpromising political situ-
Mans, tlie railway* ar».n«taHQ©etbe.r
.ip.be .Wape4 for hesitating to incur
leaTv' construction expenses .but,
in5mSeM^bF*nor."fhe fariwSys Have
done very little for several years past
to aid in the development ,onflow
North Dakota territory." ... .'
Now comes the encouraging" iiews,
published exclusively lor North Da
kota in tb^ribifiie, tlat the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul will build its
extension from New England to Ami
don in the spring. The announcement
is from the lips of President A. J.
Earling, operating •chief of the great
system. There is no question as to
its authenticity. The extension will
be built as stated. A splendid new
farming country will be opened up and
the thriving little inland community
of Amidon will be furnished rail com­
munications wjt|) its Capital City and
the outside world, and the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul will have pdiie
trated a source of heavy and constant­
ly growing freight tonnage.
in her 8Srd year Mrs Welch
trenchment policy inaugurated by the brave fight for life. She had been a
outbreak ot lie Luropean wai. iiiere
APril l2-
nQ r(1
to
STOLEN—AUTOMOBILE.
$50 Reward.
Above reward will be paid to per­
son givifig information leading to the
recovery or return of one 1916, Model
JS:? Overland, touring car, N. D. license
•N'OS1 i3439. The car number which is
stamped on front end of frame is
6336. Left hind wheel was equipped
Firestone \011-Skid tire and the right
rear wheel
was stolen
evening of Sunday, November l!»th.
Notify Sheriff Stark County Dick-'
inson, N. I). (!uy Hunter, Dickinson,
N. D.
Walker Whiteside in "The Melting
Pot" at the Bismarck theater tonight.
DK HE VOW
HONEYS, USE SILTS
kidneys active
Drink lots of water-vou can't drink iupjfJts
too much also get from any phar-!
macist about four ounces of Jad Salts
New York 'must feel her pedestal
tottering. She is getting worried lest
Hoboken and Jersey City glom some combined with lithia, and has beenja' Party an^
the acid of grapes and lemon juice, |was
u^d £or,
generations to clean and stim-!and
Salls's
this also
kppP 11P
„ro,, „f aud no doubt you will wonder
W
'jtackache.
REAL ESTATE fflT
made a
transcontinental carriers following the'patient in the Bismarck hospital siijfe for four trunk-line highway*, two run
outbreak of the Furouean war There
trwHore they resided itfjic*. Mr.
Welch .passed away March. Si, 1HH,:
and their only daughter, .Mrs.- F. .1.
Burt, died June y,
in Glencoe, N. D.
Supreme Court Holds Broker is
Entitled to Pay if.Owner*
.Makes Deal
The decision of the Cass county
district court in granting Roy \1.
Farmer, a Fargo real estate agent,
$1,700 in commissions from C. D.
Holmes and J. E. Bakke, oil a sale of
land in which the plaintiff claimed a
partial responsibility, although lie did
last, and during all that tithe'ning north and south and two east
of complaint was ever heard and west, and it has applied to State
ilCr npS. she had endeared En giueor BliJS for advice as to the
herself to the entire hospital staff possibility' of obtaining federal aid.
through her cheerfulness and patient. The Grafton organization, writes
Mrs. Welch,'\K©-was the motherV)f President W. J. Vryderman, plans to
George A. Welch oY^tkis city, Q£d procure the empplovment of a compo
1SS4, and is buried
The surviving chil-
dren are: James A. Welch, A. D.
Welch. Bonners Ferrv, Idaho O.
been'a resident Tiii B*^leigh county tent county highway engineer and it that there will be much demand for
since 18^2. She waSja lite, kng mem- hopes to. so develop its county road
fier orttia,taet{)bttst Efe^coiJtt.churth. system that no tamer will be sub
afitL during*her active ate inter- jecifci a long haul in marketing his
ested in the work of that decosia- produce.
tion. Siaie Engineer Bliss is not. now
*"She''w5s Ud#n( fit' preps-rtd to state whether the federal
New York, September 5, 1£ZZ. .In aid funds will be available for coun
Novfmber 27, '1S31,' she' wa.« united it w&rir, or whether its distribution
in marriage ro- Oeorge- W. AVefch, in»must be entirely through a state high
Antwerp! N. Y. About.six years later .way commission, supervising a state
tbey tmoved to Fondulac. county, Wis.,. wide system of trunk-line highways,
and jfyier to Olmptead cdunty/'^Cinn.5
in-. iSSl thev moved to Burleigh coun-
CREAM OF WHEAT SAYS
£LL THE WHEAT THAT'S
"All the Wheat That's Good to
Eat" is safe from North Dakota tax­
ation, so far as the Cream of Wheat
cc™Pany
Welch and A. T. Welch, Menoken, and ?v ",Lp^opert^
a
A short service will be held in thei
5
home of George
street, Thursday afternoon at 1:30,
North Dakota corporation
George A. Welch of Bismarck Thir- understand by the state I jj. J. bags his jack rabbits from the
teen grandchildren and nineteen vantage point of the front vestibule of
great-grandchildren also survive. I 11/1, ,J !tbe Capitol car. The car creeps up
Welch, Kounb-fcrn house »ith
4
had a plant. The corporation has
been assessed there, but it has notb
and will be followed by services in the i'nTianc^ ibit8
McCabe Methodist Episcopal church1 ind no taxe to^ difte have
at 2 o'clock. The body will lie in
state Thursday in her son's home.
1
been riaid
\\"hiie in Grand Forks Mr Wallace
Northern.
IT WAS A SNAKE, ANY
WAY, AND THAT WAS ALL
BILL WANTED TO KNOW
.. „. .. ,, Now that election is over and no
a llacme Non-Skid. Car parij8an bias may be charged, the fol
in Dickinson, N. D„ on the
tale Js lnvolving Bi
Wood, one of the Big Five of the Non­
partisan league, president of the
League exchange and general manager
of the Equity Live Stock exchange at
South St. Paul William Lemke, chair
man and manager of the North Dakota
iDepublican central committee, and
Roy McKaig of Mandan, chairmen of
the Morton county Republican central
committee:
Wood, Lemke and McKaig were
hunting in the wilds west of the rtter
a short time ago. The talk had turn
ied to rattlers, which are found occas­
ionally in that region, and Wood and
oU*ru is Aching or Bladder I McKaig had drawn upon their imagi- NELSON COUNTY.
Bothers, Drink Lots of Water nation in picturing the horrors of the
And Eat Less Meat. reptiles for Lemke. The Missouri val- assistant, ROfenson, will go to
When your kidneys hurt and your ley.
in
back feels sore, don't get scared and very pugnacious black snake, who is!
proceed to load your stomach with
a lot of drugs that excite the kidneys
and irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys clean like you
keep your bowels clean, by flushing
them with a mild, harmless salt's
which removes the body's urinous
waste, so we can readily understand
the vital importance of keeping the
addition to rattlers, boasts of a
harmless, but a deuce of a fighter. At
about the time the rattler dope had be­
gun to soak in well, Lemke spied a
•hA W Tho '""i,3!!™5!. ^1
the grass The state chairman gave a
whoop and fired at the same time The
charge struck the ground just front,
1
of the snakes nose, and ihe latter, be-
1
take a tablespoonful in a glass of wa-
ter before breakfast each morning for .^m|ce
a self-respecting reptile. rared
hind opend
1
not
a few days and your kidnevs will act! |}ls ')Ut y,'ent- I'c forgot that
fine. This famous salts is iuade fromlhe
s^a*°
BISMARCK DAI&Y TRIBUNE
Capitol News
LEITH EUGT CENTER
Of GRANT MIIIV
Boosters Tell Why Their Oood
City Should Be Made Capital
of New Shire
The 'Memoirs of Crant continue to
be written in letters of fiery oratory
at the state capitol. The Orant re-
ferred to, he it known, is not he of
fighting fame, but the county of that
name. This county, by the way, prom­
ises to become the most advertised
section of North Dakota. Assuredly,
there is not one at the capitol who
doesn't know just where it is located,
how it happened, and why and what
not succeed in definitely closing theijt ]s
transaction. Among those now In Bismarck on
The land owners had listed witli Grant countyaffairs are: T. F. Keat
the agent various parcels of land. MiGarr"?r.JamefCllfk^S
Farmer found a prospective purchaser
The seller held that the agent was
intitled to no commission on the sale,
on the ground that it was not made
under the original terms specified.
The Cass county court held for the
plaintiff, and tlie supreme court In a
decision handed down today affirms
the lower court.
GRAFTON GLUB PUNS
BETTER CMNTY ROADS
Applies to State Engineer Bliss
For Information as to Federal
Aid
With approximately 814,000 per an­
num which heretofore has been used
for the construction of bridges now
available for general highway work
in Walsh county, the Grafton Com­
mercial club has worked cut a plan
Ryan AU ex(.0I,t
for a certain parcel, who desired ajciofkee are from Leith. All are
greater amount of land than was list- boosting Leith as the one logical
ed, and he referred his client direct county seat for the new county. Me
to the owner of the land, with
whom
the transaction was closed direct, at
a lower figure than the price listed
with the agent.
McGarry and
Garry liails from Paradise, and pitch
ed last season for the Leith team,
when he won eighteen games,
straight. Mr. Clofkeo is prominent at
Janesburg.
Some of the reasons these dpostles
of Leith county-seatsiiip advance are
the central location of their town,
which is in almost the exact heart of
the new county the alleged fact that
Leith is the only town in Grant coun­
ty to which a farmer can drive from
the uttermost frontiers of that coun­
ty and return in the same day that
Leith is a typically American and
thoroughly progressive little commun­
ity, with a good, live newspaper, and
hustling, energetic citizens .that
Leith completed during the past) sea­
son a $10,000 Knights of Pythias
hall, which can he used for several
years to come as a county building.
Leith is located on the Chicago,
Milwaukee & St. Paul, about 2 1-2
miles from the Mo!t line of the Nor­
thern Pacific.
COMPILING SYNOPSIS
.OF ROAD LAWS FOR
FIFTEENTH ASSEMBLY
Anticipating important legislation
affecting North Dakota highway con­
struction, the. state engineer's office
is preparing for the use of the legis­
lators a synopsis of all the road taws
of the various states. In view of the
federal aid which the state is entitled
to under the Shackleford act, and in­
asmuch as the 'Noil partisan league is
pledged\to a .constructive program of
state highway building, it is probable
the Vsxperience of other states upon
the part of interested' law-makers.
JACK RABBIT SHOOTING
FROM CAPITOL CAR NOW
RAGE IN SPORTS CIRCLES
Now that the duck season is practi­
cally over, M. J. O'Connor, conductor,
motorman and general manager ot the
Capital car line, has a real novelty to
offer local sportsmen. Once upon a
time there was a. giddy scion of gilded
wealth whose most popular diversion
consisted of runningdrtwn jack rabbits
GOOD TO EAT IS SAFE by automobile 01*1 the open prairies of
North Dakota. Conductor O'Connor'fe
offering is just as thrilling, less dan­
gerous and, perhaps, more comfort-
able.
mf slate' Ctl"
the ,ncline
And it works, because he has
proven it to his own satisfaction.
approaching the state
its flat wheel thumping like
the 0
ently'are
doom. All the jack rab-
in central North
.. The office of tlie state superintend-
enl
a mouth
srmedf1r,lll'a
yard
w'de ga^
cheers for \\ilson and started.
after Lemke.
1JP0" nrde.r.°'
he,d a hiK
hands that he
chairman of a great nation-
a
tfa'ng young barrister,
a)1
that-
IIe only
remembered
ulate clogged kidneys also to neu- everything bad he had ever heard of jng each legislative district and the
tralize the acids in urine so it no rattlers. His course led the snake in- members therefrom. These pi^F' "HI
longer is a source of irritation, thus the immediate 'vicinity of F. B.. he much in demand during the ses-
The box office deals more gently ending bladder weakness. 1 Wood. The lattcr's well-fatted calves sion, as it is possible to tell from
with the dame who is not too prim a
inexpensive cannot in- apparently offered greater attractions them at a glance the territory repre
jure makes a delightful effervescent to his snakeship. which turned its at- sented by any member of the house
lithia-water drink which everyone tention to the league exchange head, or senate.
should take now and then to
keep
We know of a poet who writes their kidneys clean and active. Try: of the reptile and let him have the
about the kiss without making it I
The latter poked his gun into the eyes
the water dripking,! benefit of a charge of duck shot. Then
-v-hatj Wood apd McKaig spent the remain-
a a up
Dakota, appar-
attraoted by the
sound'
see
ki
KvelSSSoTw™S!
3 SSSTplek8'em
in which an effort is being made to j1 ..? .j
avoid tho payment of tajces charged At |«t, he picked one off
on Industrial sites leased by the Great!and ,ia Prcsumed
80 Wlth
^thmlc
and as they line Up beSide the
procession go by, Mot-
that he could d0
othor8-•
BUDGET COMMITTEE MEETS.
The state budget, committee is hold­
ing a formal session at the capital
this afternoon.
HOME FROM Ml NOT.
If. L. Reade of the state fire mar­
shal's office is Ijiome from ah inspec­
tion trip to 'AllriibL Sv
GOVERNOR RETURNS.
Governor L. B. Hanna returned at
noon today from Mercer, McLean
county, where he dedicated a new
school Iftiilding yesterday.
CALL ON STATE BANKS.
The state bank examiner's office
today issued a call for a statement
of the condition of State banks at the
close of business November 17.
4
^n?]ne~rJiLay
flnal
estil"ates
ncar a
.19
this
Jrepar2
on some road work
EXAMINATION PAPERS.
of public instruction is being
flooded
.jth
exwnination papera fr01^
teachera who
$
fleeklng
,6
for Njrth DakX
qiUllify
certificates.
RETURNS FROM VALLEY.
Dr. Melvin R.-Gilmore of the state
historical museum is home from Far
go, where he addressed the North Da-
kota Education
5«6sociation,
and Val­
ley City, wherp'he talked to a con
vocation of the S^rmal students.
PREPARING MAPS.
State Engineer Jfty W. Bliss is pre
paring large maps of the staje show-
INDIANS vtl»T MUSEUM.
Dr. Melvin R.*^Mlmore, curator ot
the state historical museum, enter­
tained at the capitol this week Mr.
and Mrs. GoCid Elrd of Fort Berthold,
Dyspepsia
Gone Forever
The Simple, Safe, Sure Use of Stu
art's Dyspepsia Tablets Will
Bring Joy to Any Stomach
Sufferer.
Now many quiet, nfraid-to-make-a
noise, unhappy homes I here are due
to cross, irritalible, miserable, elose
tiiat-kitcheiiidoor kind of dy^pep.sirt
sufferers. Such men and women can­
not heip their peevishness, for they
suffer terribly and shonld be pitied.
Dyspepsia, bad breath, gastritis, ca­
tarrh of tlie stomach, pains in bow­
els, nervousness, heartburn, belching,
bloating, etc., come from wrongful
conditions of digestive juices.
When the system exhausts its Juic­
es, when the liver, when the pan­
creas, the stomach become thereby
unfit to furnish the proper digestive
fluids, one cannot, expect this sa$ne
system, without aid, to do anything
else than keep on riiaking their im­
proper digestive products.
There is relief in Stuart's Dyspep­
sia Tablets that means a restoration
of normal health and a building tip of
correct digestive juices.
Go to your druggist today and ob­
tain a box of Stuart's Dyspepsia Tab­
lets, price fiO cents, or mail .below
coupon for free trial.
FREE TRIAL COUPON
F. A. Stuart Co., 237 Stuart
Building, Marshall, Mich., send me
at once a free trial package of
Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets.
Name
Street
City State
who came to Pismarck to place their
son in the United States Indian
school Old Dog of Elbowoods and a
Slsseton Dakota of the Crow Creek,
S. D., reservation. A1 were much in­
terested in the Indian displays at tlie
museum.
SUNDAYED IN MANDAN.
Mrs. A. M. Packard of the state tax
commission's office spent Sunday in
Mandan.
.*
RESUMES DUTIES.
Miss Emma McGarvey has resumed
her duties in the office of the state
board of control after enjoying a va­
cation in Dickinson and Miles City.
VISITING CAPITOL.
Frank Etherington of Sanger, a
page for tho secretary of state's office
during tho Fourteenth assembly, was
in this week, visiting Harry Clongh
of the state railroad commission and
other friends at the capitol. JSther
ingtou has outgrown his pageship and
has gained about two feci, and a vast
amount of dignity during the two
year's.
PLEASED WITH VdTE.
John Steen, state treasurer, is hack
at. his desk today, with a broad, sat­
isfied smile on his face. Mr. Steen
heartily expresses his thanks- for the
excellent support, which ho rece!ivod
in Bismarck, which he has made his
home'town during the last two years.
"It was a fair and square fight," said
Mr. Steen, today, "and, while I'm
mighty glad to have won, feel a lot
of admiration for the .battling abili­
ties of Mf. Casey."
THANKSGIVING
Will he complete, if you get. one. of
thoso classy hair cuts and a shave
at the City National arber Shop.
Wanted—Corn for feed. It can be
snapped with the husk on. Georg'
Uussner. 11-19-20-21
TAKE A CHANGE
I
Bismarck People Should Act in Time.
If you suffer from backache
If you have headaches, dizzy spells
If the kidney secretions are irreg­
ular,
Here's a Bismarck woman's exper­
ience:
Mrs. C. II. Casper, 519 Front St.,
Bismarck, says: '\For years I was
troubled by kidney complaint. I had
sharp pains in my back and general
weakness extending from my hips
down. 1 was tired and depressed
much of the time and the kidney so
cretions were too frequent in passage.
Doan's Kidney Pills cured me."
OVER TWO YEARS LATER. Mrs.
Casper said: "I find Doan's Kidney
Pills as good as when I last recom­
mended them. Sometimes a cold set­
tles in my kidneys birt Doan's Kidney
Pills always relieve me."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim­
ply ask for a kidney remedy—get
Doan's Kidney Pills—the same that
Mrs. Casper has twice publicly recom­
mended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
ME DEID
Chicago, Nov. 22.—After sharp ad­
vance on opening, whfcat declined
when reports of large export orders,
which had caused a sUijtnpede, were
denied by exporters. December was
down below today's opening, 1% at
1S2%' May down, %. at 188'^ July
down, '2!,i at. 158.^.
Corn made good gains on reports of
unsettled weather over te corn belt.
December was up at. 93% May
up, at 90% July, up, to 9fi%. 1
Oats were irregular with drop,
at r.7% May down, at €2%.
Provisions were slightly higher.
Close 1:40 p.m.
1
GRAIN MARKETS
MINNEAPOLIS.
No. 1 Hard 9.ri li fr 198%
No. I Northern 191V4 Cw 94%
No. 1 Northern Choice .. VM%
No. 1 Northern to arr .. 1 (a 19.''. 'A
No. 1 Nor. Choice to arr 190^4
No. 2 Northern IWryidiiV.WA
No. Wheat J(&)189 »4
No. 2 Motn. Hard 186% @191%
No. 2 Mont. Hard to arr 180%'
No. I Durum ........... 190
No. 1 Durum Choice .... 200
No. 2 Durum'.. 190 (0)194
No. 3 Yellow Corn ...... 92 93
No. 3 Yellow Corn to arr 90
Other Grade? Corn 80 ,@ 91
No. 4 Yellow'Corn to arr 88
No. 2 Mont. W. 0 59% G1
No. 3 White Oats 35%@ .r)5%
No. 3 White Oats to arr 55%
No. 4 White Oats H3%n) H4%
Barley .• 82
Barley Choice 110 @118
ltye 147 @148
Rye to arr 147 @148
Flax '. 284%@288%
Flax to arr 280% @290%
December 191%
May 194%@195
July 185%
DULUTH
December
May
No. 1 Hard on trk
No. 1 Northern on trk..
No. 2 Northern on trk..
No. 3 Northern on trk..
No. 1 Nor. Choice arr..
No. 1 Choice arr Nov...
No. 2 Mont.. Hard on trk
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Walker Whiteside in "The ^jMeltJiig
£ot" at be Bismarck theater'tonight
•t?
ORPHEUM
For the' star attraction at the Or
pheum theater today the management
I has arranged with the World Film
Corporation to show one of the most
timely s'ubjects^f the year, "The Vel
vet Ps\v,""wIthVftouse Peters and 'Gail
Kane in the leiiijing roles, being a play
I dealing with.), a "Woman lobbyist and
the. jbfflfoc 4m raises in Washington
penning the passage of the Child Lab
1 or. BiJiUr. fAUhough many political .film
plays have been released, this one has
1
Don't delay—likely your kidneys
are sick.
Bismarck people recommend Doan's
Kidney Pills.
so much of the unusual as to place it
!fii a olasji tyyr.itself, instead of being
considered as one of many plays de
pendiitg 'on1 political intrigue "and a
(Itouch
of romance for its ^tion.
For -the local /atmosphere required
I in the taking1 of this picture, Director
Maurice Ton'rneur, of the Paragon
studio, took a conipany of 30 players
to Wa^hingtoi^ where they remained
for three "faJefts taking pictures in
and around the capitol. Then an ex­
act replica of the house of represent­
atives was reproduced Ht the Para­
gon studio where characters most re­
sembling the leading lights of our na
itoinal political center were chosen,
giving into only the. senate atmos­
phere, but also characters represent­
ing all the prominent politicians at
the capitol. .,
The gallery, built to, hold 300 per-.
I sons, and the main chamber required
more than half the entire floor space
of the spacious Paragon studio. The
sets had to be built so solid that an
infuriated mob of spectators would
set upon a maddened ex-senator and
I throw him over the railing into the
Scene frem "The Melting Pot" wiih Walker Whiteside, at the Bis-j
marck The
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1916
The Markets
Steel and Equipment Shar^
Show Some Slight Gains on
Exchange
New York, Nov. 22.—Steel and
equipment shares showed gains, while
coppers were fractionally off at the
opening of the Stock exchange to­
day. Prices generally showed irreg­
ularity and narrow changes.
IT. S. Steel wage advance reports
that independents would follow with
increases and estimates that the steel
corporation is now earning $350,OM,
000 to $-400,000,04)0 the year, compar­
ed to $125,000,000 in normal times,
were the chief topics of discussion on
the street today. It is estimated that
increases in steel products made dur­
ing past months will more than offset
wage advances.
IS
IOKJT CLOSE
Steel Shares Fail to Develop Any
Fresh Strength on Today's
Showing
New York. Nov. 22.—Studebaker ad­
vanced 3 points Maxwell 2% Allis
Chalmers 1% and Central Leather-2
to 155%. Weakness developed in
steel shares.- Copper stocks contin­
ued' to' move irregularly. While reports
of giant copper merger plans were cir­
culated in the street, the American
Writing Paper broke 4 points to 68.
A million shares market was passed
before one o'clock. Markets closed
weak.
CATTLE MARKETS "7
O O
Chicago, Nov. 22.—Hogs closed
slow and weak, to a shade lower, with
tfie top at $10.p.0., Estimated tomor­
row, 14,000. Cattle closed, strong Mr
good others were weak, with the to|i
for beeves at $12.00 calves, $13.0,p.
Sheep and lambs were strong to liijc
higher, with top sheep at $8.75 Mambs
$11.90.
7
„.v,
ST. PAUL.
HOfiS—(Receipts, 12,000. Steady.
Range, $8.75 to $9.1.".
CAT'H^Tlcceiipts, ^0C'"S»ockers
arid -feeders $4w0 to $7.50 cows and
to $12.00.
J^lRruP-,Receipts, S$00. I^mbs,
|C.OO lo'$11,25 ewe*! $6.00 to $7.55.
." (i
UNION STOCK YARDS, ILLi
S—Receipts 50,000 market,
sfreng to 5 cents higher mixed and
butchers [email protected]$10.00 good heavy
$9.8^@$9.35 rougli heavy $9 50(fi)
$9^0 light [email protected]$6.25 pig« $8.20.
CATTLE—Receipts 2,700 market,
fjteady to 10 cents lower beeves $6.50
@$12.00 cows and heifers [email protected]
$9.50 stockers and feeders [email protected]
$7.70 Texans [email protected]$8.70 calves
[email protected]$13.00.
SHEEP—Receipts 24,000 market,
steady to shade higher natives $7.75
@$8.60 western [email protected]$8.75 lambs,
natives, [email protected]$11.85 western $9.50
@$11.90.
assembled body which has just, voted
for the child labor bill.
"The Velvet Paw" will be shown,
matinee and tonight-tufty. Vish
a good seat tonight ata^' early.,,
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RENT—Furnished room in mod­
ern house 515 Fifth St. ll-22-6t
'COST—Signet ring, on Seventh street.
Phone 343 .for reward. ll-22-3t
FOR RENT
Second St.
-•Furnished room
Phone 634R.
212
Walker Whiteside in "The Melting
Pot" at the Bismarck theater tonight.
DRINK HOT TEA 4
FOR A BAD COLD 4»
Get, a -small package of Hamburg
Breast Tea, or as the German folks
call it, "Hamburg Brust Thee," at any
pharmacy. Take a tablespoonful of
the tea, put a cup of boiling water up­
on it, pour through a sieve and drink
a teacup full at any time during the
day or before retiring. It is the most
effective way to break a cold and
cure grip, as it opens the pores of the
skin, relieving congestion. Also loos­
ens the bowels, thus driving a cold
from the system.
Try it the next time you suffer from
a cold or the grip. It is inexpensive
and entirely vegetable, therefore safe
and harmless.
LUMBAGO RIGHT OUT
Rub Pain and Stiffness Away with
a small Bottle of Old Honest
St. Jacob's Oil
When your back is sore and lame
or lumbago, sciatica or rheumatism
has you stiffened up, don't suffer!
Get a 25 cent bottle of old, honest
"St. Jacobs Oil" at, any drug store,
pour a little in your hand and rub it
right into the pain or ache, and by
the time you count fifty, the soreness
and lameness is gone.
Don't stay crippled! This soothing,
penetrating oil needs to be used only
once. It takes the ache and pain
right out of your back and ends tho
misery.. It is magical, yet absolutely
harmless and doesn't burn the skin.
Nothing else stops lumbago, sciati­
ca aii*4aiBelNK*&is«yimpt<M)Uy!

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