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i\ ft •S* '. ,v A-, r'? EVENING jEDIT XPN^ WILL BE !was, l-—• X..-/ .rfi.:.., SMS Memorial^CnrQimds At- State Capitol 4.fcbhtain •::"-*r-'"vv'' Native Trees And Piants I, i^FvvlV: Bismarck, 3^, D.^ April 15.—llie Capitol Grounds and' Liberty Mem orial Park now 'being landscaped and'*' platted on. the state capitol. grounds north oJJ this city by the Bta)te, \Vill, according to. a clrcylar put out 'by the /state curator, Dr.' Gilmore, icon tain all of the native trees, flowers, and plants' of the..state. A. portion of Dr.' G(lmore's article follows: 'j "The grounds will-be aminiture of N- D„ native, vegetation, both of for est and prairie. «nat.ive trees. Shrubs, vines, flowers *and grasses tf prairie and woodiandferillbfe placed-'on the grounds in naturalistic situation, each species in accord with itft nature in relation ,to soil and. moisture.. and neiphbiri Nothing/will Be «forced, J)ut^ natural,and" the plan contem plates persetjvation of pajes of the ground jri' perfect state ox -native prairie, grtiwth toShow to alt future timo the nat\ire.vof the prairie vegetation It is even more .•iya.K'1*'«.s' to pre- seiVe tracts 'OT^natiVe prairie -„vegeta i^fi,J/crep.ie sluTtr tracts because'the highly char- /.y.'oiviiio of woods ahd^egctatjon, prairie condition "was W Pwholesale ROMINENT importen' and ''dealers in' crude drugs and medicinal herbs gathered from all parts 6t the world do not hiesitate to. say that the markiet'for the better grades of medicinal heVbs, roofs, oils, etc., is practically confined to the lead ing manufacturers of the so-called package medicines,, who buy1 only the very best., and that the manu- 1 factureri of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are the largest users of the best grade, of Egyptian senna leaves in the world, The potency of'a tea brewed 'from senna' leaves to relieve con stipation has long been recognized, not only by the medical pnlfes* aioi^Jmt Jiy the pnblic: generally in fa^t, senha'hasbfeehkriowh and used in medicine forvmore than five centuries. The cheaper grades of fenna, such as are usu ally^sold at retail. have, however, a .tendency, to grip^ and cramp acte^istic of" the original cohdltlons of th» state. North Dakota was a prairie state, #id cultivation and overgj^utlrig are continually .destroy ing the original .character.: NEW BIDS WANTED 1. ON BIG BRIDGE BiSnjirck,D„ April 1*5.—New bids will be. advertised fofr before the end qf next we^k' for the construc tion "of the $1,000,000 vehicle bridge over the Missouri riser between Bis mal-clv and Morton 'county. The bids, it is. understood 'will-provide for the complete structure. The state and county authorities recently opes-, cd bids for the construction of the four giant piers, but as only one bid •was submitted at that time, it was tejecj«d. •The Norton county commission yesterday paaped' five resolutions, v/hich were required by "the state highway 'commission and. the federal government before the bids could be advertised again. This is the last of ficial action required' before the ad vertisements can be inserted.\' It IS believe*? in official circles here th'at actual work on the piers will be started this year. Son Dies Suddenly After Father's Deatli gpod healths had died of heart trou ble. .Father Varid son will be buried tomorjro.tf,' 'a .double funeral being held. Berlin.—The pfeiheit and Tage blatt published details of alleged preparations f?r another revolution along the. Kapp lifaes. This Tells You How to Get Benefit of the Best Senna Finest Grade of Egyptian Senna Leaves used in compounding Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. which makes'their -use unpopular with most people. In Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepan the finest Egyptian senna is com bined with pepsin and other valu able agents, essential oils and pure cane sugar syrup to make ain ex ceptionallv valuable tonic-laxative 'for the relief of constipatibn and resulting disturbances of the stomach and btwels. The ooni plete formula is plaMy printed in English, fi" 'ti 1 ,«n ^•Vvi-trfiV'tVrtjf!1 lY. fililiiiiif 1 c- ic** lfcr-r-U" *lr' W fc-'i I tr .1. Hr SwrMF1". 'C'- 1 i-. .i French, and Spanish on try packaged Thousands who Cormeny bought an inferior grade every packaged Ctxrmeny bought an of senna leaves now use Dr. well's Syrup Pepan instead. It' is sold in drug stores everywhere. ^JbvSpite of die fact that 1 Dr. Cold- liquid laxative in the waUL befog over 6 bottle to Dr. there mflkon hMes tai3i soU year, mahy whp need its benefits have not yet used it. If you have not^ send your name and address for a free trial Caldwell, W: 'B. jh Washington St, Mont&Uo, Mnois. rresults -'. 1 '•••. iV-'tV^v Abercroifibic,, N. D„ April 15.— An hour after A. A., Barboe, aged 71, of Abiercrombie, had died, his son, Albert, up to that time in seemingly there was much urgent neefl. for it *»*$ GRAND FORKS HERALp« THURSDAY, APRII Plenty of Moisture In North west Hdp Scarce More Hoppers,. Report' Minneapolis, Minn., April 15.—The Van Dtt8en-Harrlngt6n company in its crop report No, 2, dated April 14,, makes the following summary of cohditloh8 prevailing throughout the norUiwest: Throughout the northwest, seeding has been delayed the past week, djie to cold weather. The ground Hoe frozen to such an extent that farmers were able to d6 but little Work. While* this delay is not serious, it 'may have a tendency to jsut down tht^ Spring wheat acreage in'' certain territory. Some farmers feel that late sown wheat has' So many obstacles to over come, that/they do not care-to take any chances. Ins South Dakota and Minnesota, our reports indicate that oats and corn, will be increased at the expense of wheat.' A decrease in wheat, however, is not 'unexpected in these states. During the war who previously grains, sowed that many* farmers raised 'only coarse considerable wheat. Th'ey are poVfr reverting to pre-war conditions. Montana Farmers Handicapped. In western North Dakota and.Mon tana, farmers are anxious to seed-e full acreage of wheat. They ^.re handicapped, however, oh account of labor conditions, and inefficient horse power. In this district the crops were a failure last year, a'rtd some farmers are having trouble in .obtaining proper'- seed, but the var ious Cjounties 'are helping them as much as possible Farm labor is. very high, and in some districts very scarce. Many of these mpn who were in the army have since gone into other lines. There is much concern over the grasshoppers in westeril North Da kota. last year they did a tremen dous amount of damage, and it was believed that by seeding less rye and plowing the ground in good shape, this pest would be eradicated. This spring, however, they are again in evidence in large numbers, and it is very urgent that farmers^take imme diate steps to destroy them in the earlyi stages. .Otherwise, thefer .will develop and do a great amount of damage Throughout the territory there is sufficient moisture in the ground, and with warm .prepared to otsturc in the ground, and weather, the farmers are continue tneir' seeding. NQRTHDAKOTA' INVENTOR DEAD Fargo, N. D., Apt-il \5.—John/ H. Forsyth of Fargo, for many jvears a resident of the city, inventor of a device for weighing and isacking grain attached to^ threshing Tsfepara-' tors, died Tnfdd^rfly yesterday oft' pneumonia. He had been ill only, 24 hours. '51'. is a pleasure to nave'a garden when are satisfying—-a disappoint* ment when -^elgiw^en fails. It is jurt «4 eay\b %e a good: xarden as a jpooir one. l^suilly it td dfecoycf poor gua|ity fhn seed until it is too late. Start out by teing suire of yqur/seied: Northrup, fCing & Cp.'s,^Vegetable and Flower seeds ar^ sold^by defers in al most every /community. "j^TheyV are" to ing Seied" Case. on Cultural Northrwp, Co.'s Sterling are selected with achat care, 4 "I have more reppect for a buTl thin I used to 'have."' "How so?" "Look hc(w 'he- takes after flag." your locality •jy*. red ati:S ling Seeds.!' are 5c. Ameticans CaU For Meeting at Port Y^tes of all Opposing Tovmleyism, $ii V'..A' N. D., ApfH .15.^-The 3 •war ftsstf •tttssssssr f°0t Fargo Authorities Have Rabbit Puzzle Fargo, N. IV April 15.—What to do with 700 rabbits, which comprise the assets of a Fargo fur farming company the affairs of which have become somewhat muddled through the arrest of several promoters and the charge of using- the mails for the purpose of promoting a fraudulent enterprise, is the immediate problem demanding the attention of J. 15. Gaffaney, appointed*' receiver for the company by Judge A. T. Cole in the district court yesterday afternoon. Hearing on the proceedings to de termine the company insolvent will take place soon. I Today a hearing was held on the question of permitting the state to retain possession of the company's records. May Bring Oriental Labor To Saskatchewan Moose Jaw, Sask., April 15.—The possibility of bringing oriental labor into Saskatchewan to replace the un skilled foreign lal.or that is with drawing from the. country, is the sub ject of a communication from the Weyburn board of trade. The proposal is not set out in de tail but ,it is assumed that it will, provide tor a system of importing Chinese labor under contract which will keep it under proper supervision uiitll the time comes" for its' return to China.' more oreign students. Minneapolis, Minn., April 15.— Students from foreign counties are more numerous at the University of -Minnesota this year than at any time in the history of the institution, ac cording to information available at the registrar's office. One hundred fifty-seven students^ registered from foreign countries show Russia cort-1 tr bulhig 22, Norway 20, Sweden and Finland 7 each, China and Rumania 6 e^ch, Austria 4, England 3. Poland. Ireland, Scotland and. the Philippine Islands 2 .each, and Italy, Germany. Denmark, Mexico, -Peru Palestine. Madagascar and South Africa 1 each. The college of science, literature and arts ranks first "irith 48 fresh men and 17 upperclass men from (foreign lands. The .college of engi neering has 42. The: remainder are about evenly distributed among the other colleges of the ..institution. •yi 'i'r ^'iv'' -v WELL KNOWN it Hrff |v *5fe it Another lot of SAMPLERS and otW favorite -v• j-'W:'' V---V* altbpugh the state officials vWere all ijlpcted on the fte'publlcan ti.ncft, and "Wher€as we''do not believe that people ctkn. be yood Christians and Socialists at the sam6 titpe and fur-' t»er that the state o£' North Dako ta, would not be well served by the introduction of Socialism Jnto ,the state. We believed* in -the begin ning that the Nonpartisan league tATrco^ntrv 'with8 hi^nL^Xhon was a genuine farmery movement for he waHv^y^s of age The 7am" haVshoTn ZXlZti th e, Darfisln l^Ln tr! ac"ons Dr. Gustave A. Matthews of Napoleon Passes away: j-:, at Bismarck Hospital. v.- Port Yates, X. D., April .lS.^The Bismarck, N. D., April' /iS.TrPr. Siotix Indians of this- ©ounty -arA Oustave A. .Mathews of Napottieii. a,nkioiis to show the worid :that wh*re Dr- t®, .^V a 8*at® wide endorsing convention candidates for state officers. "Therefore, be it resolved by the Standing Rock Sioux Indians of the Cannon Ball district that we call up on the Republican county central committeemen who are opposed to Socialism to urge for and call a coun ty, convention of persons opposed to •the Socialistic payty commonly known as the, Nonpartisan league and that said county convention be called as soon as practicable and 7 "Be it further resolved that Thorny as'P. Ashley, the elected precinct man of the Cannon Ball district, be instructed to send a copy of these resolutions to the chairman of the' Republican county central commit tee, W. R. Cibart." wide endoramir mnventinn to select Napoleon, N. D., May 5, 1905, "and .-W .. they one of the best known phystctii,tvl^and are not Nonpartisans,.- Socialists, Aor' citizens in the Missouri slope npuntry, anythinir except real Amerlcaiis,-1 and died here yesterday afternoqp^ j.fol at.a meeting called recently,/'Wt Gan- lowing an illness of several 'Jweeks. non Ball they issued a call' fbr a The body will be taken to Napoleon county convention of all' opposed to Friday and funeral services will bo Townleyism in Sioux county,, drawing held at the Lutheran church there up the following set of/resolutions: Sunday afternoon: I "Whereas it haa become pl*in to The deceased is survived by his us that the state administration is widow, Mrs. Marie L. Mathews three largely composed of Socialists w,ho daughters, Laura,' aged 13 years ,are furthering the Socialistic cause Adella, aged 8. and Hertha, aged -4: and are not working for the best'in- one son, Roland, aged 10 one sister*! terests of the state of North- Dakota, Mrs. E. Thorns of St. Paul, fiind four .1-- brothers, W. P. Mathews of St. Paul O. J. Mathews of Lester* Prairie, Minn. R. R. -Mathews of Glencoe, Minn., .and T. A. Mathews', of Clogs well, Min'n., and. one /brother-in-law, J. R. Brown of Le Sueur, Minn. Born In Germany., Dr. Mathews was- born In Ger many, Sept. 13. 1873, and canve to "y moved to JtfcClou/l coun^ Mimi., Mathews received his early Chicago. .. During his early ... ,. un^er ine college days. Dr. Mathews taught name of the Nonpartisan league is fy school in McCloud county. uniting together all the forces in the state opposed to Socialism, and 'Whereas, we are informed' that a After finishing his studies at Chi cago, Dr. Mathews started practising medicine at Dresden, N. .D., where he remained for one yekr. He moved to remained there up to the time of his death. '. Was Active Republican. Dr. Mathews took an active inter est in political, civic and health af fairs in Logan county, was county chairman of the Republican par ty for many years, superintend ent of the Logan county board of health, and during the war was coun ty medical examiner. He tried to ob tain a commission in the army 'medi cal crops shortly after war with'.tier many was declared, but-was prevent ed because of his physical condition. Always interested in medicaid and Surgical matters, Dr. Mathews was he?.d of the Sixth district Medical so ciety for several terms and was a regular attendant at the society's meetings. TO RF-BXJ1LD CONVENT. Madrid, April 14.—Restoration to the Franciscan fathers/of the ,convent of La Rabida. near Palos, where Co—, lumbus' stayed while preparing tor his voyage that resulted in the diSr covery of America, has been' decided upon by the sQvernment, ADVERTISEMENT. Sure Relief INDICES!'" ELLrANS Hot water Sure Relief BE ll-ans •P for indigestion ADVERTISEMENT. ANTI-FAT Art thou sfout and"getting stouter? Stop repining—cease'to moan Hie thee to the nearest drug store- Ask for "Tablets Arbolone," Arbolone will stop that craving. Make thee normal—that's known. Thou'lt forget that hungry feeling After takihg Arbolone. And the pounds away will dwindle— Waist no longer like a zone Thou'lt be thankful to the maker Of those Tablets Arbolone. Note.—This little poem was written by a literary woman of Los'Angeles, Calif., as a testimonial to Tablets Arbolone. It so aptly %nd truthfully describes the- virtues of-7 this well known anti-fat that the proprietors use it for advertising. Ffccts" aiWt gratitude are both expressed with ad mirable rythm and metre.' ADVERTISEMENT. rW*'' Chocolates Confeotions ^1 gm( inger ii!& rmtm?* at ... .... tf-'-iVt.- ^oeeeas Thsai ie Ikqt Uft Of ii a jiMy. .'. The corn pains cease aa seon as a/few I drops of "Gets-It" reach tbe. com. It COM. out of- the hurting business for ever.' Si.*!'"!, .. 'Juitr Both Phoney 312 1 75c lb Cadet Carmels, week end price.... (spec^l) EVERY DAY AT OUR STORE We sell the most popular items fl box Martan Chocolates and Trlola Stveets. week end price 9C Color Yotfir Last Year's Straw Hat With MAKES OLD STRAW HATS LOOK NEW Easy to apply. Dries in thirty minutes. 25c bottle, all colors. Our price Baby Feod, Special Gut Prices 50c Horllck's Malted Milk for 11.00 Horlick's Malted Milk 60c Mellins Food, small siz4. our Price '53C 46c 9tc BRING OR MAIL US YOUR FILMS for developing, printing and en larging. Good worts assured. Eastman Kodaks and supplies.- S0c Hind's Honey and Almond Cream.., 60c Mulslfied Cocoanut Oil.. 3@c 21c 44c 31c 19c Remover. Our price.. 25c Rexa|l- Violet Tal cum Powder .-Our prlct tjsc Sanitar Tooth *^T7 _Pa|fte. Qur price. Patent Medicines, Etc,, Specials 35c Castoria. Otij price ...W IC 60c Sal Hepatica. CJIa Our price .*^.....94C 60c Syrup of Figi. E.A*± Our price W 4C 60c HolTs Liniment. £4^ Our price wOC 60c Musterole. £J. Our price .....9#W 60c Doan's Kidney CA^ Pills. Our price. .. .Q4C '86c Jad SaltS\ *99^ Our price. .. 66c Glover's Mange jfOa* Remedy. Our. price www The above prices do ADVERTISEMENT E E A I S O N S I N E E ^Nolntonial medidoe wfi) care £csema. to by the application ©f CRANO- LSNE, (be neat extcraal remedy^ can tpeEcsema microbe be destroyed* 'IbaMMMftriNnillativap Science baiciiscovered tbattbeacid-like Juice found undeftbe skin of the common table cranberry quickly destroys the tiny skin parasites that cause and •e» mmiMBtruOii-. Thfci iMimut •aw«/(kia h*»l« tto utMaptlM aaimkf.CUIiQLiHljiiSI^U!mi ZrVeelat* laMe wd ins. ar *ra5hr t* Co.,SS$ iiii^PIMMI mBiHiaiSWI ••MilfcysBI ADVERTISEMENT. mM- VtKOS'OiECIitei PiKmstesii" temtftDjr m. ^AGETHREE 'T Third Street and DoMtrs Avs. eveiy Mail Orders Filled on Goods Listed Below: f- WEEK-END CANDY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 59c day for less. 85c Mellins our price (special) Toilet Goods Specials 43c 54c 25c S0e Listerine. Our prlco.... SI.20 Listeria*, ft 4 DA Our price.. jn a||U SOc Pond's Vanishing Cream....... ). .£ I 54( COc Pond's Vanishing Cream. Our price 65c Pompelan Massage Crean^ Our price..... 60c Odorono. Our. price 40c Orchard White. Our price............... 25c Rexall Tooth Paste. Our price 60c Pebece Tooth Kste. Our pricet 15c Cutex Cuticle' 44c -n 75c lb Sevilla Jellies. gft. week end price....... im- 21c Food, large *3.76 Horllck's Hospital sIm 76c Malted Milk. $3.25 19c 25c Rexall Medicated Skin Soap. Our price.. Liquid Arvon, $1.20 size. Our prioe 60c Dtyuia Rice ma Powder. .Our price.. ...£«fC 25c Swans Down. Our price.... 36c Rexall Cream of Almonds......... 26c Colgate's Talcum Powders. Ouri price... 60c B. Benzoin $1.08 19c 27c 19c 29c Almond Cream...... $1.25 Plnaud's Lilac de France Toilet Water. Our price............ tPc Newbro's Herpi cide. iOur price..'... Mentholatum, 60s size. Our price .._ $1.20 Newbros Herpl cide. Our price....' 26c Packers Tar' France 98c 53c 44c 1.08 23c Soap. Our price. 26c Williams Talcum •^Powder. Our Others on dlspla: prices do sot laclnde war ur store. $1.10 Nuxated Iron."' Our price '.... 36c Freezone. Our-price...... 60c Benetol, i*. Our price. ..7...... 60c Blauds 6 grain tablets. Our price... 25c Rexall Cold Tablets. Our price.. Hinkle Pills, bottle of 100. Our price...^ 60c Caldwell's Syrup 39c 44c 88c Pepsin. Our price... $1..00 Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. Our price.:. not include war taa. Call for and Deliver Them. ADVERTISEMENT GAINS WEIGHT 5 FEELS FINE Mr. Clyde Shearer, 722 East Seventh street. Jameslown, N. .*! Y., writes:* "I am using dado niene Tablets and they&j-e mak Jng me feel fine" since' taking them, I have gained, ten pounds in flesh and feel better* day."/ every Thousands of nervous, thin, weak,' aching. im'poverishpil men and women aye daily get vttag vast benefits "from taking Cadomene Tablets. Thev are not a "cure air," ,biut just a wonderfully effective r-tonic to the organs of the l»pdy. Sold by. druggists everywhere.—Adv. •1 At)V£RTl}thMMNT. IrTafliWi 'W&:.