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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1918
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ROSEN HEADS
COMMITTEE ON
JEWISH FUND
Well Known Bismarck Business
Man Will Superintend Work
in County.
OCTOBER «23 IS SET APART
Alex Rosen, head of the Jewish re­
lief fund committee for Burleigh
county, has undertaken an --active
campaign in preparation for the ob­
servance of Wednesday, October 23,
as Jewish relief day, as officially
proclaimed by President Woodrow
Wilson and Governor Lynn J. Frazier.
There are 1,200.000 Jews in Poland,
iwt hanother million in, Lithuania,
who have neither work, food'nor
clothing, except such as comes :o
them through charity, and most
which is supplied by the funds sent
from America. Commenting jp-on .he
situation, an eye-witness says: "Dr.
Goldflamm of Warsaw tells mc upon
the authority of ,his medical reputa­
tion that in his clinic the pa«t year
there has not been a Jewish child up
to four years of age who could walk.
Some of the children have forgoiten,
have unlearned, how to walk. They
have become rachitic from under­
nourishment, from .being fed once a
day this warm potato soup and this
hunk of bread."
Prominent Jewish leaders of the
Slope whp will direct the campaigns
in their various communities are
Nathaniel Auerbach, Ashley Charles
Rigler and A. Rosen, Bismarck Joe
Schiavitch, Bowman Henry Singer,
O. Schwartu and N. Minninberg, Dick­
inson W. S. Rigler, Flasher A Auer­
bach, Garrison Ben Helpern, Golden
Valley Jacob .Halpern, Hebron J.
Osman,. Hazen M. Marcowitz, Hal
liday L. Rubin and J. Braufman,
Lehr
1
H. Silverman, McClusky Na­
than Greengard, MantWn C. Wod
linger, Mott Charles Halpern, Xew
England Max Tilsen, New Salem
A. Margulius, Napoleon J. P. Brauf­
man, Regent J. Kafka, and L. Reider,
Richard ton S. R. Rogen, Steele X.
Biman, Underwook 'Mrs. H. .Turney
CASTORIA
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
and Miss O. Kdel'ierg. Wing Abel
Tolschinsky. Wilton, and I Dorfnian.
Wishek.
Governor Frazier's proclamation
setting aside Wednesday, October 2".
as Jewish relief day, follows:
A Proclamation.
Since Jerusalem has been taken
from the Turks by the allied armies
there has been rejoicing throughout
the civilized world at tBe breaking
down of. the despotic power that so
long has ruled, the Holy Land tp the
detriment of the rightful owners, the
Jews. Lilt in order that the Jewish
people may enjoy the benefits of this
triumph they must first be put in a
position to help themselves. Thru
out the war-stricken districts of Eu­
rope and Asia Minor countless thous­
ands of thejn are suffering and dying
from wnnt. All they ask is a chance.
Then- .mote 'fortunately situated
bro'hers in„the United States have
come to their rescue, but find the
ta=k too great. Confident in the gen
erocity and keen sense of justice of
all true Americans, they have in turn
requested the cooperation of those
not of their race and faith. The
Tews of our land have seldom affeked
assistance in caring for the wants of
their needy, but themselves have al­
ways come forward with liberal sub­
scriptions to every worthy cause
brought to their attention, and in the
national crisis have given freely of
men, money, and moral support to the
winning of the war. We can best
show our appreciation of their ef­
forts by helping to alleviate the suf­
ferings of those of their race in this,
their hour of direst need.
To expedite the raising of funds in
this humanitarian- cause, 1 do hereby
designate Wednesday, October 23, as
Jewish elief Day in North Dakota,
and urge our people to contribute lib­
erally tov this fund for the sufferers
in war-town Palestine and Europe.
Done at the capitol this 30th day of
September, 1918.
LYNN J. FRAZIER,
1
THE TREATMENT
Go to, bed at the first, symp­
toms take a .purgative, eat
plenty pf nourishing food, re­
main perfectly quiet and don't
worry. Nature herself is the
only "cure" for influenza and
will throw off the attack if only
you conserve your.-Btrength. A
little Quinine, Asperin or Dov­
er's Povfders may be given fcy
the physician's directions to al­
lay the aching. Always call a
doctor, since the chief danger
of grip is in its weakening ef­
fect on the system, which allows
complications to develop. These
are chiefly pneumonia and bron­
chitis, sometimes inflamation of
the middle'ear, or heart affec-v
tions. for these reasons, it is
very important that-tl^e patient
remain iti bed until- his strength
•1 returns—stay in bed at least two
days or "more after the fever
has' left'you, or if yon are over
50 or not sttamg, stay in bed
four days or more, according to
the severity of the attack.
EXTERNAL APPLICATIONS
In order to stimulate the lin­
ing of the air passages .to throw
off the grip, germs, to aid Jn
loosening the' phlegm and keep­
ing the air passages open, thus
making the breathing easier,
Vick's Vapo-Rub will be fouiyl
effective. Hot, wet towels should
be applied over the throat, chest
and back between the shoulder
blades to open the pores. Then
Vapo-Rub shotted be rubbed in
over the ptfcts until the skin is
red, spread on thickly'and cov­
ered with two thicknesses of hot
flannel'cloths. Leave the cloth­
ing loose around the neck as the
heat of the body liberates the in
gredients in the form of vapors.
These vapors, inhaled with each
breath, carry the medication di­
rectly to the parts affected. At
.^.tb^saroe ifoie, Vapo-Rub is ab-
Governor.
EV the Governor,
THOMAS HAIJj.
^Secretary of State.
(Seal.)
To fcemove Stain*..
A thick! slice of ripe tomato, it is
said, placed over an ink spot on white
goods will remove the spot, and pqach
stains wet with cold water spread
thickly with cream of tartar and
placed in the sun will disappear.
BUY W. S. S.-
Derivation of "Major."
Major, like mayor, is from the T.sit
In word major, greater, the compara­
tive of iriHKnus, great. The French
for the snnie adjective is majeur, the
Italian lnaggiore: mayor, by the way,
lis the Spanish form. A major is
"greater" than a captain, but lo-«s than
a lieutenant colonel. He is the lowest
I field officer.
SPANISH IHFLUENZA
What It is and How It Should Be Treated.
This Disease, Authorities Now Agree, is Simply the Old
Fashioned Grip That Was Epidemic in 1889-90." Then it
Came From Russia By Way of France and Was Given the
French Name of La Grippe. This Time it Comes By
Way of Spain.
Spanish influenza, which appeared in Spain in May, lias swept
over the world in numerous epidemics as far back as history
runs. Hippocrates re'e -s to an epidemic in 412 B. C. which is.
regarded by many to have en influenza. Every century has had
its attack^ Beginnir.a 1831, this country has had five epi­
demics, the last 1880-90.
THE SYMPTOMS
Grip, or influenza aS it is now
called, usually begins with a
chill followed by aching, fever
ishness and sometimes nausea
and dizziness, and a general feel­
ing of weakness and depression.
The temperature is from 100 to
104, and the fever usually lasts
from three to five-.days. The
germs attack the mucous mem­
brane, or lining of the air pass­
ages—nose, throat, and bron­
chial tubes—there is usually a
hard cough, 'especially bad at
night, often times a sore throat
or tonsilltis, and frequently all*
the appearances, of a severe head
cold, 'v
sorbed through and stimulates
the skin, attracting the blood to
the surface, and thus aids in re­
lieving the congestion within.
NO OCCASION FOR PANIC
There is no occasion for panic
—influenza or grip has a very
low percentage of fatalities—
not over one death out of every
four hundred cases, according to
the N .C. Board of Health. The
chief danger lies in complica­
tions arising, attacking prin­
cipally, patients in a run down
condition—those who don't go
to bed soon enough, or those
who get up too early.
HOW TO AVOID THE DISEASE
Evidence aeems to prove that
this is a germ disease, spread
principally by human contact,
chiefly through coughing, sneez­
ing or spitting. So avoid per­
sons having colds, which means
avoiding crowds—common drink­
ing cups, roller towels, etc. Keep
up your bodily strength by
plenty of exercise in the open
air, and good food.
Above all, avoid colds, as colds
irritate the lining of the air
passages and render them much
better breeding places for the
germs.
KEEP FREE FROM COLDS
Use Vick's Vapo-Rub at the
very first sign of a cold. For a
head^cold, melt a little Vapo-Rub
in a spoon and inhale the vapors,
or better still, use Vapo-Rub in
a benzoin steam kettle. If this
is not available,, use an ordinary
tea-kettle. Fill half-full of boil­
ing water, put in half.a teaspoon'
of Vapo-Rub from time to time
-Mieep the kettle jU3t slowly
boiling and inhale the steam
arising.
JiOTE—Vick's Vapo-Rub is the
discovery of a North Carolina
druggist, who found how to com
bine, in salve form, Menthol and
Camphor with such volatile oils
as Eucalyptus, Thyme, Cubebs,
etc., so that when the salve is
applied to the body heat, these
ingredients are liberated in Ihe
form of vapors. Vapo-Rub can
be had in three sizes at all drug­
gists, Whiles comparatively new
in certain parts of the North, it
is the standard home remedy in
the South and West for all forms
of cold troubles1—over six mil­
lions Jars were sold last year.
Vapo-Rub is particularly recom­
mended for children'a croup or
colds, as it is externally applied
and ean, therefore, be used free­
ly and often without the slight­
est harmful effects.
DEATH DARKENS
EMPTING HOME
TWICE IN WEEK
yon a small part of the
1
Body of Mrs.* James Emptingj
Brought Back From Dilworth,
Minn., Last Night.
The Empting home in Bismarck was
for a second time within the week
darkened by the ruthless inroads of
Spanish influenza last night when the
bodv of Mrs. James Kmr»t".ng. who I1'"1
died from the dread malady at Dil­
worth, Minn., was brought in on the
North Coast limited. Funeral services
which will be held privately at Webbs'
undertaking rooms at 10 o'clock Satur­
day morning will be the second in this
family within the week, the body of
Wi J. Empting having been brought
back only Monday from Mannarth,
where he died from Spanish influenza,
and the funeral having been held
Tuesday.
Mrs. James Kmrtinp was l»nrn Feb­
ruary 8, 1893, a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Johnson of Underwood. She
was united in Carriage at Fargo on
February 20, 1912, with James
Empting, who with two small children
and her father and mother, five sisters
and three brothers survive.
Mrs. Empting had been ill only a
few days when her death occurred at
8:15 Wednesday evening at the hom^
in Dilworth.
UNDERWOODBOY
TELLS OF DUEL
BETWEEN PLANES I
Y,oung Man Writes Interestingly
of Aerial Battle Witnessed
in France.
David Uumel. from "Somewhere" in
France, continues to write very inter
estintc letters.to his father, who is stay-1
in.tr at the C. i. Knglund home near
l'mlerwood. The latter is the proud
possessor of a silk parachute used to
send uiesagos from aeroplanes—this
particular one lieinj from :in enemv
plane, picked up in "No MinKs hand
by Mr. Uumel. and much resembling a
child's parasol. An interesting de-!
M-ription of an air battle is herewith
I noted from Mr. Utuncl's letter:
"I haven't anything particular to
write, about so wll endeavor to gve .1
word-picture of t.lie airplane battle in I
which the Itoche plane, of which
1
sent
charreds
planes,
Wiis brought down.
"The throb of an airplane is heard. I
It- evidently is ipiite a distance off for!
the hum cannot be 'heard very dis-j
tinctl.v. As it comes closer to our lines
it i'iin be heard more distinctly. And
listen -it is a Itoche plane, for the hum
of a Ilun motor and a French motor
are different if a person has an ear for
music, l.rtok. up there in the edge of
that thin cloud—see how h- soars
along like an eagle. The black speck
grows larger. A boom is heard from -t
neighboring rill. It is the anti-air­
craft guns throwing their shrapnel
shels at the plane. I'uffs of smoke are
?»eeii in the sky. "Ah. gee whiz, what's
the matter- -can't'lie come any closer
than that why, I could do better tlion
that with my thirty-thirty"—these aro
some of the common remarks often
heard from the doughboys.'' As more
and more puffs of smoke are seen, for
more guns are joining in the trap
shooting. A few are. or look, closer,
then. "Attn boy. give the linn hell—
make it hotter than he has ever had if I
before."
"He draws nearer then makes a
dart downward to take his picture,
after which he intends to return to his
own lines. As he is playing around
thinking himself safe» except for the
burst of the shells about him, another
"gasoline pigeon" comes in on the
scene but from the opposite direction,
lie darts down on his opponent and
opens up with his machine gun,—"Now
we are going to see some fun. boys,"
is heard.
"The Ilun starts downward. "Hoys
he has hit him." He keeps coming
A burst of flame out from the middle
of his machine. "See that—the fire, the
smoke." He turns toward his own
lines hut is headed off by his opponent,
and glides along in a horizontal course.
A figure is seen to leave the plane.
The glasses prove it to be the observer
who jumped to his death more than a
THAT ANNOYING,
^PERSISTENT COUGH
tn«jr letfd to chronic lunp trouble, or
mean that the chronic st*ee already
Is reached. In either try
ECKMAN'S ALTERATIVE
Thla tonic and tissue-repairer sup­
plies the acknowledged benefits of Cal­
cium treatment without disturbing the
stomach. Contain* no Alcohol. Nar­
cotic or Hablt-Formtnc Drug.
$2 fixe, now $1.59. $1 liu, aaw Me.
Price includes tax. All druntst*
Ecltman Laboratory, Philadelphia
Lowney's
Lowney's Assorted Choco­
lates, 80c per pound. Special
at .60c
For Saturday and Sunday
Cowan's Drug. Store
BISMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE
I thousand (Vet uliove l.li^ t'lirtli. The
plane then pluitcv* to ftirth with its
j.ilot burned to a crisp. The observer
JJs found a short, distance from tlie
I machine in a crushed heap. So it jres
with an enemy pliyiW'Antl there are
I two more good Huns.",.
This description of an air battle Is of
(great interest and we. are grateful for
the opjiortiinit.v to pass it on to our
millers.
s.
Today's Weather
hours ending at
For twenty-four
noon, Oct. 18.
Temperature at 7 a. 42
I Temperature at noon .-. 45
Highest yesterday 59
I Lowest yesterday 41
1
Lowe3t last night 33
Precipitation 01
Highest wind velocity- 20-SE
Forecast
For North Dakota: Probably un­
settled tonight and Saturday warmer
east and t*entral portions tonight.
Fargo
Willistori ...
St. Paul
Helenas
Chicago
Kansas City
34
42
48
50
58
ORRIS \VL ROBERTS,
Meteorologist.
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S A A O N
ORDER RELEASE OF,
QUESTIONNAIRES
Washington, Oct. IS. Question­
naires for the ages of 18 to 20 and
o2 to !fi today were ordered released
by Provost Marshal General Crowd
or. in all local board districts where
I the classification of other groups
"Bismarck's Fastest Growing Center".
COUGHING SPELLS
BREAK YOUR REST
Put a Stop to Them With Old Re
liable Dr. King's New Discovery.
That raw, hoarse throat must be
soothed. That phlegm-loaded chest
must be loosened. That cough must
.be checked so you can sleep.
Dr. King's New Discovery has been
relieving colds, and coughs for half a
century without the least disagree­
able after-affects.
Christmas Cards for the
Boys at the Front
Must Be in the Mails Before Ot I
GET YOUR CHRISTMAS
CARDS FOR THEM NOW
A complete line of Davis
Quality Cards now on dis­
play at our store. Ask
for Catalog.
BISMARCK, N. DAK.
YOUR
Your druggist has it because it is
well-known and in biK demand.
The Store with over 1000 Garments
TRY THIS FOR CONSTIPATION.
Keep the bowels on schedule time
with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
system freed from poisonous wastes,
the complexion clear, the stomach
sweet, the tongue uncoated, the breath
untainted. Mild yet positive in action.
OHNSON'S
Popular Priced Store
BIG
SALE
COATS
SUITS
AND
Chiroptactic
If yon arc sick and tired nf takinK dopr. try
chiropractic-spiiial-adjustments and Kt-t well.
licensed and Experienced Chiropractor if you
are. siclc and have tried everything and did not
receive help, try rhiroprnct ie-.Spinal-Adjust
ments and you will ffft well. 'ONSI'l/TATION
KRKE.
BISMARCKS CHIROPRACTOR
Phone 260
Suite 14, Lucas Block Bismarck
The pictures you are
planning to send to that
Soldier of yours—they
must soon be on the way
if you would make sure
that he has them to
gladden his heart on
Christmas morning.
Make an appointment
to day—it's time for the
Christmas mail to
France
Holmboe Photograph Studio
Publicity Film Co.
Next Door to Grand Theatre, BISMARCK
ity.
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have been completed. This will af-1 FOR RENT.—5 room modern Duplex,
feet more than hair the territory in Phone 536%. 10-18-1 wk.
1
the United States, progress having
been more rapid than was expected.
l^ocal boards sending out question­
naires must release 10 per cent per
day.'
VT'ou do not waste
1 food or fuel
avoid wasteful
clothes too
WHEN IN NEED REMEMBER
Good clothes are as scarce these days as orchids in
"No Man's Land." Our reputation was built on
"good clothes" and as progressive merchants,
\vq_
don't propose to sacrifice our big} st asset because
present-day conditions invite exc and inferior­
CUSTOM TAILORING
EXPERT REPAIRING
5.E.BER6ES0N 6
ANY doctors are urging the
use of a soothing antiseptic
like Kondon's for inside the
nose and head.
1 want to make it easy for
folks to get this relief.
(Signed) Thomas N. Kenyon, Owner
\r CATARRHAL
Kondon
JELLY
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I Popular Sheet Music at a
GREAT SAVING
I That is we offer you the same music for 10c
that you will pay 15c and 25c elsewhere. A
few of our 1,000 selections:
1 Dear Soul 10c Dream Soldier Boy 10c
I Sweet Peaches 10c Keep 'Em Going 10c
1 Liberty Loan 10c Good Bye Good Girl 10c
1 Bring Me a Letter 10c
Probition Blues 10c Laddie Boy 10c
I You Can't Beat Us 10c
Western Schuffle 10c
Good Bye Little Girl, Good Bye 10c
When You Come Back 10c
1 Wonderful Mother 10c My Persian Pearl 10c
All in stock and guaranteed to be the latest. 1
I WE SELL CENTURY MUSIC
1 The World*s Great Masterpieces—
From Butterfly to II Trovatore.
THE WONDER 5 awl 10c Store)
Include Postage on Mail Orders.
Bismarck, N. D.
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SUV w. s. s.
FOR SALE—Nearly new 5-pasaenger
automobile at bargain. See A. J.
Ostrander, phone 263. Address, Bos
25. BismarcK 10-18-tf.
HAND PRESSING
DRY CLEANING
THE UNION DAYLIGHT STORE
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS-CLOSED SUNDAYS
A personal offer to
those who fear
Spanish Influenza
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HEREFORE, I hereby author­
ize any druggist to let you
have a 30c tube of "Kon­
don's on the understanding
that if you don't think it is
worth many times that to
you, you may return your (l^
tube to the druggist and get
your money back—the drug­
gist to collect said refund
from me.
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