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1-AliU PAGE 8 Wx Avblgf Yrmd ftlotipw. St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 13—A section of New York is to be decorated in honor of returning Missouri soldiers. Mrs. Grace Hickman Swacker, formerly of St. Louis and now president of the Missouri Woman's Club of New York City, has been appointed by Governor Gardner as representative of this state to welcome soldiers returning through New York City. Mrs. Swacker, for- lil A great food Xicnt mart ofJitfm ltd Man -i Stomach siSi STYLE tEAron'-^P^.S! [i u.,-k. x-^rsraj u»r:.:'.d(''Jnrhp.-. „*•.^m l_ CUSTOM TAILORING EXPERT REPAIRING 5.E.Bereeson WOMEN IN NAMING TllV rDTlAM tit?' a rk Prominent Club Leader, Presi dent of Show-Me Clubs in Gotham, Picked 1 N?l EXTRA LARGE BLACK C|/()W SHORT OlMJnR NARROW BROAD HEAVY COYOTE FM You men and young men who want the best in clothing: will be delighted with our Winter showing of j^orirty With an Acid Stomach StiMwtor vmm .Thecaustofthfr 4 bad stomach' Shubert WANTS ALLTHE SKUNK YOU CAN SHIP ©1W8ABSIO0 Irani |(£lntfyfs They're the sort*of clothes that make an immediate hit with men of positive tastes and prefer ences. OPEN EVENINGS HAND PRESSING DRY CLEANING lWTTQQflTTTJT HOTVOP^! merly a school teacher in St. Louis, iTHOO^UIVl XAVAL1V/1VO removed to New York where her hus- e,5on band, Frank M. Swacker, formerly with the rCHil^lir Alvfl^l fliliALf mission, is an attorney. Mrs. Swacker heads the committee in charge of decorating a block of Intestate Commerce Com- Fifth avenue under the Fifth Avenue Association. She has already started work on an organization which Gov. Gardner says will give Missouri boys a pleasant welcome when they land in New York City. Gov. Gardner ap pointed Mrs. Swacker in August to be sponsor for a ship launched at Shooters' Island, N. Y., August 10. Call C. A. Finch Lum ber Co., phone 17, for Old Hickory Lignite. It's Just Acidity That Makes Millions Sick and Stiffer It's true. There are millions of people all over the land who are weak, nervous, all tired and dragged out, Vho are trying to build up their jaded nerves and weakened bodies with drugs and stimulants and many of them also EAT and EAT—but fall to get anywhere near the lull amountoistrength and nourish went oat of their food. Why Simply because of too i&uchftoid la the stomach—superaeidity. Get rtd of tfie excess acid. Your stomach N?l LARGE EXTR^TO AVERAGE 14.00 to12.00 11.00 to 9.00 8.00 to 7.00 28.00 to23.00 HEADLESS huskraCU Id all right—just give it a chance td work easily and naturally. Then see how good you will feel— your pep cornea back, and your blood warms up! A new method—truly a wonderful discov ery called PATONIC ^BaCFOR YOUR STOMACHS SAKp is positively guaranteed to clear the excess acid out of your stomach and bowls. It is made in the form of pleasant-tasting tablets—handy to carry around with you. Get a big box of EATON 10 at any drug store and see bow quickly it banishes the im mediate effects of acid-stomnch. Away with heartburn, belching, food repeating, indiges tion,ietc.—and then see how your general health Improves. So again we tell you—Insist upon it—if you are ailing gets big box EATON 10 from your druggist today. The cost ia a trifle—only 50cr. You have faith ia your druggist. We authorize him to absolutely guarantee EATONIC to you and you cut trust your own druiciit to make this guarantee good. If EATON10 fails in any way, take it back—be will refund your money. If your druggist does not keep EATONIC, drop oa a postal card and we will send it to you at once you can send us the 60c after you get it. Address: H.L. Kramer, Pres., Eatonic Remedy Company, So. Wabash Ave., Chicago, III. N9I MEDIUM EXTRA TO AVERAGE 11.00 to 8.50 to 7.50 6.50to 5.50 3.00 to 2.50 4.50 to 3.50 Liberal Assortment N?l EXTRA LARGE N?l LARGE EXTRA TO AVERAGE 20.00to 18.00 22.00 to18.00 220 to 1.90 E A E S N°l SMALL EXTRA TO AVERAGE 9.50 9.00 to 8.00 7.00 to 6.00 5.25 to 4.75 2.25 to 2.00 N?l MEDIUM 16.00 to14.00 16.00to14.00 2.75 to 2,25 IJOtTlJO 7 CATTLE CASE RECALLS BIT OF OLD WEST Master of 70,000 Acres Fenced Range Here as Complain ing Witness A bit ot the old west was resurrect ed in the Burleigh district court this morning, when Fred C. Turner, Sioux county rancher, was placed on trial, charged with grand larceny, specific ally the rustling of one steer which bore the Stiles Cattle Co. "Bar-Gr," and upon which Turner is accused of having blistered his T14" brand. •lack Stiles, master of the Stiles Cattle Co. domain of 70,000 acres un der fence, still one of the show places in the northwest, occupied the stand all morning, being the principal wit nnss for the defense. He told of the branding of this particular steer in the Octdber, 1916, round-up on the Stiles place of its disappearance later and of its final discovery by Joe Mo lash, one of the Stiles outfit. The steer when brought back to the home ranch was sheared and in addition to the Stiles "Bar-G" just back of its right shoulder it was found to 'be weal ing a new "T-4," which is red Turn er's brand, on its right hip. Stiles testified that all of his cat tle grazed on a fenced range while the Turner herd ran at large, some times ibreaking through the Stiles fences when the grazing looked better inside. The steer on September 2, 1911, about the time it turned up miss ing was worth .i"'!, testified Stiles. The jurors in this case, empaneled this morning with little exercise of challenge, are: Hugo Solberg. A. R. Ainundson, J. H. lliley, William D. Deckhert, Charles Spitze- McClelland Saunders, Ed Nygaard, F. K. Young, E. A.\ Waid, A. B. Currier, John Hal pin Jtnd James Walters. A number of the witnesses in this case are Indians. Supt. .1. B. Kitch of the Standing Rock reservation is among those who have been subpoen aed. The chief witness for the slate, after the complaining witness, J. A. .-.tiles, is Joe M.olash, a Sioux. FEDERALTRADE COMMISSION IS SPREADING OUT Legislation Bestowing Greater Powers on Body Sought From Congress Washington, Dec. 13.—Legislation to extend the powers of the Federal Trade Commission so as to bring all individuals and partnerships operating in interstate commerce within its su pervision is recommended in the com mission's annual report made public today, outlining activities for the year ended June 30. The Commission also again urges enactment of legislation previously submitted to Congress, designed to prevent the practice of commercial bribery. During the year, the commission says, its work was chiefly devoted to assisting other departments and spe cial war agencies of the government in matters concerned with the prose cution of the war. The report reviews many special activities and cost in vestigations prosecuted, an inquiry into control of enemy corporations, through which assistance was render ed to the Alien Property Custodian and the intelligence sections of the army and navy. Investigations into the cost of pro duction and control of foodstuffs which had previously been begun were con tinued and one of these culminated in reports on meat packing companies made public in a report to the presi dent. Several other food investiga tions still are under way. There were presented to the com mission during the year many appli cations for proceedings charging un fair competitive methods under the Clayton Act. The commission dis- GOOD UNPRIME EXTRA TO AVERAGE 7.50 to 7.00 5.75 to 5.00 4.50 to 4.00 1.75 to 1.50 12.00 tolO.OO 12.00 to10.00 2.10to 1J5 IJOto* 120 POOR UNPRIME &STOSI E« QUALITY AS TO SIZE 6 QUALITY 7.00 to 3.00 5.00 to 2.50 4.00 to 2.00 1.50 to 1.00 NN?I EXTRA TO AVERAGE SMALL EXTRA TO AVERAGE N? 2 EXTRA TO AVERAGE 12.00to 6.00 9.00 to 7.00 1.70 to 1,50 1.00 to JO CATCH 'EM SKIN 'EM SHIP EM We Want All the North Dakota Furs You Can Ship SKUNK, COYOTE, MUSKRAT and all other Far-bearers collected in yoor section in strong demand. A shipment to "SHUBERT* will bring yon "more money"—"quicker." GET A SHIPMENT OFF —TODAY. You'll be S I O S I E O A S L! E Ft T, ,/vc. THESE THESE EXTREMELY HIGH PRICES QUOTED FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT 2.50 to 1.25 2.00 to 1.00 1.50 to ,75 .50 to ,25 EXTREMELY HIGH PRICES QUOTED FOR IMMEDIATE SHIPMENT N9 3 AS TO SZE FI QUALITY FLAT, HAIRY AND DAMAGED AT HIGHEST AS TFL SIZE a FLAT, HAIRY AND DAMAGED AT HIGHEST QUALITY 3.00 to 2.00 9.00 to 5.00 UO to 1,10 .85 to .80 O S E //V E W O E A N O E S I E A AMERICAN RAW FURS 2 -1.1 W A in A W a S A MARKET VALUE 2.00 to 1.50 125 to .90 MARKET VALUE .50 to .40 SHOT DAMAGED AND KITTS AT HIGHEST MARKETVALUE J5to 25 & 1J13MAKC11 1IA1L if TliliSlJM V' niSMARCK DAILY TRIBUNE posed of 240 applications during the year and has pending 283 cases. American manufacturers and ex porters, taking advantage of the Webb bill, filed with the Commission 36 statements of combination for pur poses of export trade. Arrangements are being mhde to oversee the activi ties of these combinations, the report states, saying in this regard: "The world-wide dislocation of trade an dindustry incident to the war creating new conditions which may vitally affect American business in the future. The Commission is closely fol lowing new developments in interna tional trade, as they arise, with a view to ascertaining the bearing they may have on the-foreign trade of the United States." BASEBALLAS USUAL PRES. HICKEY SAYS American Association Meets in St. Paul to Consider Year's Prospects Chicago, Dec. 13.—'Definite plans for resumption of baseball in the Ameri can association next season will be agreed upon at the annual meeting of club owners in Minneapolis today. The positive announcement was made to-/ day by Thomas J. Hickey, president of the association, that the game would be resumed. "Basebah as usual," is President Hickey's optimistic view of the situa tion. 'I am confident ibase'oall will come iback stronger than ever." he said. "The situation becomes brighter each week. The speedy demobilization of American forces on land and sea means that America, in my judgment,' is due for a big revival in all sports." Apparently the club owners hold little fear of omens of misfortune for the meeting is to be held on the thir teenth of the month with Friday— another alleged hoodoo—thrown in for good measure. "We are so confident that the game! will come back that we might as welL lay our plans on Friday, the thirteenth as any other day," President Hickey said. The meeting was called despite the protest of O. H. Wathen, president of the Louisville club, who sought to have it postponed until March when, he believed, conditions would be more favorable. The other club owners, however, thought otherwise. Appointment of a schedule commit tee, deciding on the jiuminer ot games to be played, and the! date on which to open the season will be among the chief questions. The general feeling seems to 'be for a schedule of 14fl games and the opening of the season not before May 1. Wajor Ong Sold by J. R. Waters to Danielson Bros, at Glyndon J. R. Waters, state examiner, yes terday sold the good pacer, Major Ong, 2:03 1-2, to Danielson Bros, of Glyndon, Minn., at which is reported to be a long price. Major Wfaters says he is too «usy to own a harness horse, and that during the past season he only say the little pacer race twice out of fifteen starts. Major Ong has ibeen one of the most consistent race horses that has appeared on western tracks for some time, and, while he did not always win, any horse that beat him knew he had been in a race. The Major took his record in 1&14 at Columbus. O., in the htird heat of a hard fought race against the famous pacers Single and Russell Boy. In the third heat, he wa§ officially timed the last hair of the mile In 58 3-4 seconds. In 1915 he was shipped across the mountains to the Panama exposition, where he won the exposition stake in 2.04 1-4, beating the famous Califor nia mare, Wbite Sox. The last sea son Major Ong was started in 15 races and he was fourteen times in the money. "No matter who owns the horse in the future, I will always have the most kindly feeling for this game little pacer," said Examiner Waters to 'day. Quinine That Does Not Affect Head. Because of its tonic and laxative et fect. LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE, (Tablets),, can be taken by anyone iwthout causing nervousness or ring ing in the head. There is onlv one Bromo Quinine." E. W. GROVE'S signature on the box. 30c LASTDAY This is last day to place your Xmas Suit or Overcoat order. Open this evening till 10 P. M. Klein Klothes are selling on their merit and price. Klein, Tailor and Cleaner. I Call C. A. Finch Lum ber Co.,. phone 17, for Old Hickory Lignite. EL DALLO "Each Cigar in its awn humidor Mother soysi "It* zrrfr Coat Values up to 32.50 Coat Values up to 45.00 Sat. Sale 27.50 Coat Values up to 45.00 Sat. Sale 27.50 Serge Dress Sale Every Serge Dress in the Store dean up to 32.50 Sat Sale 19.95 Every Serge Dress in the Store dean up to 32.50 Sat Sale 19.95 The Store with Over 1,000 Garments "PSYCHIC EPILEPSY" INTRODUCED AS POSSIBLE CAUSE OF MURDER (Continued from Page One.) his revolver was discharged hy acci dent and that he was sorry for it mmgm is-: Up ft* 1 Just One Day Coat Sale Percales Sat. Sale 9.78 OHNSON'S Popular Priced Store Bismarck's Fastest Growing Center V".-. "i.. --T "•., y.i ... Brown denied any special anxiety to assist the circulation department of the Courier-News in writing his story. O. W. Roberts called by the prosecu tion. told of a cpnv.er3a.ti0n he filaim«d to have had with Pennington On Mle court house lawn last June, when, he testified, Pennington told him of as sisting in surrounding the Sjbf 1,1 G('5 11 S Rl 0 fl 5 0 fi FRIDAY, DEC. 13, 19W ONLY Sat. Sale 27c Romper Cloth Sat. Sale 29c 1 Thread 4c Thread 4c Crochet Cotton 9c Ball Crochet Cotton 9c Ball Pins 3c Package This Is the Time of the Year to count the miles of "wear" you get from a gallon of your present oil. Clean out the crank case of your car and fill it to the proper level with the correct grade of French auto Oil. Again count the miles. It is not uncommon for a first-time user to worry because fresh oil is need ed so seldom. He frequently finds that a gallon of our oil lasts twice as long as the oil he formerly used. The superior "wear" of French Auto Oil is clear proof of their ability to pro tect the moving parts of the car. It is far from being accidental. It re sults from the highest quality and cor rect body and character. Economy of lubricating Oil, means French Auto Oil There Is a Weight for Every Car Ask Your Dealer for It Bismarck, N. D., Branch The Store with Orer 1,000 Garments encountering |Mrs. Perras and of hi| accidentally scooting her. '.'He sal# he was sorry he had killed her," testi fied Mr. Roberts. ,Cross examination hsrtf progressed (but briefly whten there was, ft ,hot Intei^ change of words 'between the wltnesfe and Attorney John v. Sullivan, ana (lie court'called time. 5 a .y.