Napoleon Youngster Stands Wea
pdn Against Fence and It
Napoleon, N. D., -Albert, 14
year-old son of Mr. ^s. Andrew
Bal2er, residing sou
All Sorts of Rumors Afloat in Lit
tle Village as Result of
Belfleld, N.. D., Oct. 2.—During the
last week the Ileliield depot of the
Northern Pacific, the Belficld elevator,
'containing 3,500 bushels of wheat iinu
1,900 bushels of flax, the Imperial
hotel and the Pioneer building have
been destroyed by three separate
fires, in connection ^ith whose origin
many wild rumors are afloat. The
Northern Pacific fire car, hurried here
by rail from Dickinson, was all that
prevented the destruction of the en
tire city in connection with the eleva
BROKEN FEET EPIDEMIC
Father and Daughter Come in to
Save Pedal3 Patched
Ashley, N. D„ Oct. 2.—An epidemic
of broken feet brought Michael
Schwartzenburger and his, 11-year-old
daughter, Maria, to Ashley for sur
gical attention. The father's left foot
1 was splintered while he was ivorking
with some farm machinery, aintl little
I Maria, while acting as milk maid was
'""stepped upon by an unruly cow.
Was a sight So bad could
not shave. Skin very red and
sore. Some nights did not
sleep on account of itching.
Used a cake of Cuticura Soap
and a box of Ointment and
was completely healed.
Resigned statement of Wn. l\nicr
fay, 6310 Cottage Gfu'g, Chicago, HI.,
Cuticura Soap, to cle purify and
beautify, Cuticura. Oin!:u 1 io soften,
soothe and heal have be *m success
ful in the severest forips of skin and,
jcajp troubles, but greater still is what
they have done in preserving clcarskins,
clear) scalps, and good liair as well as in
preventing little skin.trouble*becoming
qomplexion beci'se so dclicate, creamy
Sample Each Free by Mad
With 32-p. Skin revolt on request. Ad
dress post-card: "Cuticura, Dept.
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OF NORTH DAKOTA
was instantly killerl vviien a shotgun
which he leaned against a fense in
order that he might join some neigh
bor children in play, was accidentally
discharged, the shot landing in his
neck and head. The boy had taken
the gun with hiin to the fields, where
he was herding some cattle for his
father, hoping to get a shot at some
ME BAD USES GIVE
TOWNLEY MAN STEALS
VEST ALSO CHARGED
WITH EVADING DRAFT
Armour, S. D., Oct. 2.—F. H.
Rice of St. Paul, organizer for the
National Nonpartisan league, was
arrested here charged with steal
ing a vest from the Hillside store.
He also is charged, it is said,
with failure to register for mill*
"Some War Time Problems" and
Christian Patriotism to Be
Jamestown, iN. D., Oct. -.—The an
nual state convention of Nor'li Dakota
Baptists, opening Oct. 10 un-1 continu
ing over the 14th, will be ai!:r :is»ed
by Rev. Harvey J. Moore of Grand
Forks on "Some War Time Ques
tipns Ip.It Worth While to Pray?"
and by Dr." Clifton D. Gray of Chicago
on "Christian Patriotism." Dir. M. D.
Eubank, a missionary to China., will
speak on America's foreign probleriis,
and a musical program will be pre
sented under the direction of H.
J«( Wffi DUO
Cace Against Jesse Starkweather
Set for This Term, But Dc-'
Mott, N. D., Oct. 2.—Thirty-nmo
cases, 26 criminal actions and 63 civil
suits, are set for trial at the fall tern
of the Hettinger county district courr,
which Judge W. C. Crawford of biclt
inson will convene tomorrow One
interesting case set for this term and
which will not be tried is the man
slaughter charge against Jesse Stark
weather, who recently made his sec
ond escape- from the North Dakota
state penitentiary. It was during his
first alleged sojourn outside the pris
on walls that he is alleged to have
murdered a fellow .employe on the
CrowleV ranch in Dunn county.
SHOT BY COMPANION
iiazelton Youth Ha3 Narrow Es
cape While Bird Hunting
Hazelton, N. D., Oct. 2.—George
Cabbage, Jr., narrowly, escaped
death when the charge from a
shotgun in the. hands of a com
panion. grazed his head
8000 Miles by
Two Hindus recently sent
$1600 to far-off India by
Western Union. More
thun $45,000,000 was
transferred last year.
No matter whether the
distance be 80 miles or
9000 miles, Western
Union money transfers
will meet the need fully,
promptly and with abso
Transferred by Wire.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
boys were shooting birds. Sev
eral shot lodged in Cabbage's
face and in the side of his body.
WinsJow of Grand Forks and b.
Frank McElrojr of Jamestown. R. E.
Griffith of Grand Forks is president
of the state Baptist association.
cm Buuiit toni
Money in Treasury to Help
Out Municipal Improvements.
nraddock, N. D., Oct. 2.-i-The Non
partisan chiefs in charge of the state's
university and school lands funds has
advised the village board that
have no money to invest in village
bonds, ft does not give any reason
for this fact. Heretofore municipal
bonds always have found a ready sale
with the state, and there never has
been a lack of funds with which to
purchase them. The village board has
called a taond election for the near
future and is looking elsewhere for
the sale of its bonds.
STATE SCHOOL LA*
L. Grimm Goes to Jail in Default
Napoleon, N. D., Oct. 2.—Fines rang
ing from $24 to $31 were levied
against A. Fettig, V. J. Mohr, Anton
Schumacher, L., Grimm, George Lub
bers, Marcus Schmidt, John Woerheim
aind Ferdinand Krause, Logan qounty
farmers who refused to send their
children to the American public
schools. Grimm, in default of pay
merit of a fine of $30.70, was com
mitted to jail. The school laws have
been generally ignored in Logan coun
ty in the past, arid as a result there
are scores of children growing to
maturity there who cannot speak a
word of English and who have no
more conception of American princi
ples and American institutions than
did their ancestors before tjiey left the
Stark County Teachers' Training
School on—Wiriship to Make
Dickinson, N. D., Oct. A bevy of
beautiful school ma'ams invaded Dick
inson yesterday for the annual Stark
county institute and training school
which will continue throughout the
week, with County Superintendent C.
K. Ward and Prof. P. S. L'arg, super
intendent of the city schools, inj
charges. The county school officers
will meet Thursday, when they will
be addressed 'by Dr. A. E. Winship of
Loston, Mass., and -by State Superin
tendent N. C. Macdonald.
IIITEN BK EDITORS
Business of Publishers' Mutual
Company Thriving, Reports
Finley, X. D, Oct. 2.r—Moro than
$200,000 worth of businc33 has already
been written by the newly organized
North Dakota Publishers' Mutual In
surance Co., state."* President Monteith
of the North Dakota Press associa
tion, who also is a director in the
insurance company. President Mon
teith is an old time print who stuck
type in the hand-set days on the Chi
cago Tribune, and he is making a
hit as president for the North Dakota
SNAKE "MAKING AWPUI,
FUNNY NOISE" PROVES
TO BE GIANT RATTLER
Hazelton, N. D., Oct. 2.—Sum
moned by her little son to see a
snake that "made, an awful funny
noise," Mrs. Math^w Dahl dispatch
ed a monster rattlesnake at the
door of fjer farm home near here.
It was the first rattler found
cast of the river in years.
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
Try Makitig Your Own
Ton fftn MTft ftboot $2, arm hftve
bettor remedy than the rcsl/
uiade Iti&d. Easily done
If you 'ebmbiaed :t' a curatlv? proper
ties of every known "lvady-madu cou^li
l-qflioly, you would hardly have in tlicra
oil the curative power, that lies in tliij
simple, "home-made", cou^li syrup which
takes only a ffe .v minutes to prepare.
Get from arty drv.jr-'st 2ounces of
Pinex ,(00 ceiits -wo i!i) pour it into a
pint bottle and! 1111 the bottle with plain
granulated sugar, syrup. The total cost
is about 65 cents and gives you r. full
pint of really* bettor courli eyrup th'in
you could buy ready-made for $&i30.
-Tastes pleasant and never spoils.
This Pinex and sugar syrup prepara*
tion gets right at the cause of a cough
and gives almost immediate relief. It
loosens the phlegm, stops tlu nasty
throat tickle afid heals the sore, irri
tated membranes that line the throat,
chest and bronchial tubes, so gently
and cn.:ily that it is really astonishing.
A dr.v's use will usually overcome tlio
ordinary couj^h and for bronchitis,
croup, whooping, cousli and bronclfial
asthma, there is nothing better.
Pinex is a most' valuable concentrated
Compound of genuine, Norway pine ex
tract, and ha8 been used for generations
tto break tip gevpr/e pgnghs.
To avoid disappointment, In sure to
fask your drugjrist for "2^ ounces of
Pinex" with fujl directions, and don't
accept anything else. A guarantre of
absolute satisfaction or money prompt*
ly refunded, goes with this preDaratioa,
ffhe Pints Co., Ft, Wayne, Ind.
WES 10111 $3[i,00a
mi BIGJIIE FH
Six Sections Swept Over by Con
flagration Starting From
Rliame, D.. Oct. 2.—Losses total
ing $20,000 wore hiflieted by a prairie
firs which swept ovu six sections of
prairie and extended into the Bad
Lands. H. N. Lynn, Ed O. Anderson,
Ed Olson and Tom Swanson were the
heaviest sufferers. The firo started
fioin a nwirk emitted by a Milwaukee
line engine and burped over thou
sands of jmtim tciore it could be
checked. No lives were lost, so'far as
can be learned.
CALLED BI8ERTER WHEN
Fact That Select Service Soldier
Chcse to Report at Mill City
Amidon, D., Q|ot. 2.--'.'hafgfY of
desertion are said to oe pending
against Henry H. Lund because he
ignored the orders of the Siopo coun
ty exemption board to report here to
entrain with his conting'J'U for Camp
.Dodge, but insisted upon join'*. them
at Minneapolis, after the board had
severally *advised Wiin that such a
course would not be satisfrccoi y. Coin
plaint has been made to .U. S At:•./?•
ney Hildreth at Fargo.
FOUND IT A fONG, LONG
TRAIL TO CAPITAL CITY
Hazelton, N- D., Qct. 2.—A dement
ed homesteader, who claimed to be
on his way from his claim near Hali
day to Hismarck, but who apparently
had made a long and unnecessary de
tour, was taken in custody Dy Con
stable S A. Mikelson at the E. H.
Brant farm, 'which, he had infested
for several days. The man was light
ly clad, without a coat, and carried a
deadly-appearing knife, evidently of
his own manufacture. He will ba
akenv beforo an insanity board at
Count Jan Dc Beaufort is getting a swinging start on".Y-s latest matri
monial venture with the former Terro Haute heiress. Miss Helen Reimon.
The pictnrs shows the count and countess making the most of the hoaey
moca which is to be interrupted Dy the count's entry into tt&r service.
in HH fiiiii in
UEIIIKEUO 6EI LOIN
Application cf 0. H. Banning Fav
orably Passed ^on—Total of
Mott., X. D„ Oct. 2.—C. H. Ranmns
of Mott is the first farmer in Hetting
er county to "io accommodated with a
federal farm loan. He has ^orrowed
£2,2C0 on his quarter-section. F. ti.
Orr, secretary of the Hettinger Coun
ty Farm Loan association, advises ac
tion is pending on applications for
WITH BUSTLING COU
Columbia Record A2333, 75c
Here is a stirring song—a song that is more than a.
popular air, because it strikes a deep, true note of patri
otism. 'Tis a song with the swing and rhythm of march
ing men. it will start your blood tingling—when you
hear it sung by the Peerless Quartette.
Somewhere in France is Daddy
Another song-hit one that has a real heart-throb tucked away
in its exquisite quartette harmonies. On the other side is "Laddie
Boy," a war-time song with a bugle interlude that thrills one
through and through.
Here is a rich and rollicking harmony from those two
splendid tenors—Campbell and Burr—men who know
-how to put life, swing, and sweetness into a song like this.
That's the Kind of a Baby for Alfe
Columbia Record A2334, 75c
This great hit stops Flo Ziegfeld's Follies 20 minutes
every night. Samuel Ash sings it as only he knows how.
Everybody's whistling and humming these
popular pieces—go to the Columbia Dealer's
today and hear them. You'll find all the big
song-hits on Columbia Records—while they
New Columbia Records on tale the 20th of every month
GRAPONOLAS And DOUBLE-DISC
Denies Accusations and Engages
Kev. JiMge A. McG. Beede
Fort Yates, N. D., Oct. 2.—F. C.
Turner, Barren Butte homesteader, 's
he'd under $1,0C0 ba ».o answer to
tt.r reason of thorough distribution
with Clio drug tnu'.o In tho I'nUtd
States and lowc? reduced
prices are now possible lo
FOR THROAT AND LUNGS
Stnliborn Conprhs nnd Colds
No Alonhol. Karootio or Habit-forming Drag
$2 Size $1 Size
Now $1.50 Now 80 Cts.
Eekma-n Laboratory. Phll£.lelthia.
two charges of cattle rustling. Fred
Ostru clu.rj.es the homesteader with
making away with a cow, and tho Stile
Cattle Co. allege that it fouul ono »-f
its calves in Ihe defendant's pos'VEi
s:on. Turner, r.iio is def:nl« .'I h.v the
Rev. County Judge S. McG. 'tfeede and
Attorney Sullivan of Mandaa,. enters
strenuous denials to both charges.
Fargo. N. D., Oct. S.—The threat
ened strike of Fargo policemen, de
Is there no real relief in sight?
Doubtless like other sufferers, ycu
have often asked yourself this ques
tion, which continues to remain un
Science has proven that your Rheu
matism is caused by a germ in your
blood, and the only way to reach it is
by a remedy which eliminates and re
moves these little pain demons from
your blood. This explains why lini
ments and lotions cau do no perma
A High-Class Hotel at
50c per day and up
Siafk rMMwitb featk $1.00
Runnraa hot and cold water
Opposite McKenzie Hotel
TUESDAY, OCTOBER "1917.
Columbia Record A2336, 75c
Columbia Record A2328, 75c
$15 to $350
Prices in Canada
manding an increase of $1" a month
faiiecTEo materialize today/though two
officers quit the force and two others
announced they would drop out at the
end of the week if the city commis
sion did not grant the raise. Increas
ing cost of living is cited by the offi
cers as the basis for their demands.
They now receive $S5 p-?r month.
Tribune want ads will bring results
Long Must I Suffer
From the Paiigs of Rheumatism?
nent good, for they cannot possibly
reach these germs, wh^ch infest your
blood by the millions.
S. S. S. has been successfully used
for Rheumatism for more than fiftv
years. Try it to-day, and you will
find yourself at last on the right
track to get rid of your Rheumatism.
You can get valuable advice about the
treatment of your individual case by
writing to the Chief Medical Adviser,
Swift Specific Co., Dent. At
The SeTenth Stoi7 of North Dakota.
^bsomtcly Fireproof. European,
SI.QO to $6.00. Sample rooms
on seventh flocf. Dairy Innch open
day and night eppoote Drpot Park.
100 rooms wit!
The NORTHWEST, 100 Rooms Th«! McKENZIE, 210 Rooms The SOO, 12S Rooms
THE HOTEL CENTER IN
BISMARCK, N. D.
O E S
Hct Mr) cold walet ra nor
Acfiominc the McKenzie, on
Cafe in connection
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