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I '.v SUF Mmk,^ &>' LOOK AFTER YOUR HEALTH __________ If Tour System Kept Toned Up Yoa Will Escape Many Diseases libat Find Easy Victims Among rale People. Enough disease germs enter the av erage human body every day to cause death if the healthful organism did not combat these germs ahd render them !barmless. Let the human system become run down, or debilitated, and this power of resistance to disease is weakened. Boon the disease germs get the upper hand, an acute sickness follows or the ipatient becomes a chronic invalid. It is in the blood that the battle to maintain the health is fought. Keep the blood toned up, the bowels open and observe ordinary care as regards food and rest and you will avoid much sickness. Debility is not a recognized disease but is a condition in which the suffer-, er cannot get a good night's sleep, wakes up all tired out, has no strength or ambition, is nervous, has a poor ap petite, has trouble with the stomach, and is subject to headaches and back aches. It is most commonly met with In people who have to work hard, are confined indoors, eat improper food or have worries and grief. The case of Mrs. M. V. McCaslin, of No. 202 South 27th Street, Lincoln, Neb., shows the value of Dr. Williams' Pink Pills as a tonic for all run-down conditions of health. She says: "I gave Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale People a trial for general debility from which I had been suffering about three years. I was thoroughly tired and worn out and had no ambition for anything. I became very weak and kept losing strength. My appetite was poor and I was nervous and had se vere headaches. "I needed a tonic treatment and tried several tonic remedies but none seem ed to help me until I tried Dr. Wil liams* Pink Pills for Pale People. I was soon much Improved in health and able to get around and do my work. I took the pills untM cured and am pleas ed to recommend them to anyone who is run down in health." Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are for sale by all druggists, or will be sent, post paid. on receipt of price, 50 cents per box six boxes for $2.50 by the Dr. Wil liams Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y: Send today for a copy of our free booklet, "Diseases of the Blood." Adv- WHAT HE THOUGHT. Wayback—What be yore son doin' tew th' city? Hayloft—He's studyin' fer a doctor. Wayback—The idea! Is th* doctor tew lazy tew study for hisself? End of a Noted Folly. The monocle has long since been out of fashion in England, and is soon to disappear from Paris, which has been its last stronghold. It was (in vented by a Dutch dandy, and its evil effects upon the eye were at once noted by oculists. The monocle first appeared at the congress of Vienna In 1814, when it was worn by its in ventor. One folly, at least, has had only about a century of life. A DOCTOR'S SLEEP Found He Had to Leave Off Coffee. Many persons do not realize that a bad stomach will cause insomnia. Coffee and tea drinking being such an ancient and respectable form of habit, few realize that the drug—caf feine—contained in coffee and tea, is one of the principal causes of dys pepsia and nervous troubles. Without their usual portion of cof fee or tea, the caffeine topers are nervous, irritable and fretful. That's To leave off coffee or tea is an easy matter if you want to try it, because Postum gives a gentle but natural support to the nerves and does not contain any drug—nothing but food. Physicians know this to be true, as one from Ga. writes: "I have cured myself of a long standing case of Nervous Dyspepsia by leaving off coffee and using Post nm," says the doctor. "I also enjoy refreshing sleep, to which I've been an utter stranger for 20 years. "In treating dyspepsia In its various types, I find little trouble when I can Induce patients to quit coffee and adopt Postum." The Dr. is right and "there's a reason." Read the little book, "The Road to Wellyllle," in pkgs. Postatn now comes in concentrated, po*dervfoi?n called Instant Postum. It ^prepared, fcy stirring a level tear •poMafalifa a inj* of hot water, adding •ag4£rto tasteL aid enough cream'to bring the color to golden brown. the way with a whisky drinker. He jn nearly every instance the weather has got to have his dram "to settle his nerves"—habit. Instant ..Postum. ^jBweonveplent tliei^# A© ^Four^js .tmp tlnJO eta., 100-cup tin, 50 cts. A 5-ciip trial tin mailed for grocer's name jutd 2-cent stamp for postage. Postum CtaQMl Oct., Ltd., BatUe Creek, HHHI HOUSE AND SENATE CONVENE FOR THREE MONTHS' WORK AT WASHINGTON. Mo: EY BILLS TO COME UP Appropriation Measures Make Up the Bulk of the Program, to Be Little Constructive Legislation. Washington, Dec. 2.—The house and senate both convened at noon today for the final session of the sixty-sec ond congress. They will remain at work for about two weeks and then adjourn for the holidays. Returning to Washington early in January, the law makers will resume' their labors, which will come to an end March 4th with the inauguration of Mr. Wilson as president. Appropriation bills will take up the time of congress almost exclusively, and there is no expectation that any amount of constructive legislation can be accomplished before the advent of the Democratic administra tion. The members must act upon more than a dozen bills carrying total appropriations of over a billion dol lars. Two of the annual budgets are now ready—the legislative, executive and judicial appropriation bill and the Dis trict of Columbia bill. These, pos sibly, will be passed by the house and sent over to the senate before the Christmas adjournment. The naval, military, postoffice, Indian, fortifica tions, diplomatic, pensions and miner budgets must be passed in January and February. It is apparent to experienced mem bers that such big questions as the tariff, the trusts and the currency problem cannot be tackled in the days intervening between December 2 and March 4. Congress will be forced to appropriate at the rate of about $12,500,000 per day in order to meet the running expenses of the United States government during the fiscal year of 1913. This immense task prac tically precludes all hope of general On the other hand the Democrats of the house, cognizant of the fact that their party will control the entire governmental machinery after Presi dent Wilson is inducted into office, are loath to undertake general legisla tion during the short session, even if the opportunity were offered. The Democrats, figure that it is useless to consider legislation which might meet a stumbling block in a dying Repub lican senate or at the White House. It is anticipated that the house com.-, mittoe on banking and currcncy will continue its investigation of the "money trust" and may make a tenta: live draft of bills to amend the cur-' rency laws. It is not expected, how ever. that any effort will be made to enact these into laws during the short session, and the committee, in effect, will mark time until the change of administrations. The ways and means committee will plug ahead in its preparation of bills revising the Payne-Aldrich tariff law, but none of these measures will be brought out until the beginning of the sixty-third congress, which will be con vened in extraordinary session about April 15th. PUTS OFF CEREMONY. Woodrow Wilson To Postpone Inaug ural Affair Until April 24. Hamilton. Bermuda, Dec. 3!—Presi dent-elect Wilson has announced that although he would agree to being sworn in as president on March 4, as provided by the constitution, as the legal beginning of a presidential term, the main inaugural ceremonies would be postponed until Thursday, April 24, because of the notoriously bad weather that prevails in Washington during the early part of March. As his reason for making the pro posed change. Governor Wilson gave the health of those participating in te inaugural ceremonies. He said that had been inclement on the occasion of the induction of presidents into office and he thought that nobody would suffer any inconvenience by a few weeks' delay of the pomp and cere mony. if the letter of the law was cari ried out by his taking the oath on the legal date. Wilson Shocks British. Hamilton. Bermuda. Dec. 3.—Presi dent-elect Wilson shocked British ciety so here. He wore his famous browij fedora with- a cutaway coat to the "tea and tennis" given him by the governor general, Sir George and Lady Bullock. Everybody who. knows any thing about Picadilly is aware that a "topper" is the only thing that goes correctly with a "mawning coat," and the company at this tea and tennis knew Picadilly perfectly. Army Partisans Are Loyal. West Point, N. Y.. Dec. 3.—The de feated 'Army football team arrived home, and notwithstanding the play-' ers'dejection over the Joss'of Satur day's game to the Navy, the cadets Vgiep.eritil? *ere enthusiastic over the it^m'« wortt. Five hflndjjpd of thgm,. headed by'*a band, were *t the station ta meet the team and gave ft a rous ing cheer. Headed by Devore, their captain, the players walked quietly to their quarters. They were all to splendid physical condition. '0S:*U^ PRESIDENT RYAN OF I. A. OF AND 8. I. W. TE8TI FIE8. lesislation and unusually fast work ies, which the government charges will be required to dispose of the ap propriation measures on the eve cf the incoming administration. HOCKIN RESIGNS PLAGE. Government Closes Ite Caa*—Four Defendants Are Diemlased as a Result of Mo tion. Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 4.—Argument that those who already have confessed as having caused the illegal transpor tation of explosives on passenger trains to blow up non-union iron and steel jobs was followed in the examin ation at the "dynamite conspiracy'* trial of Frank M. Ryan, president of the International Association of Struc tural Iron Workers. After the testimony of its five hun dred and forty-ninth witness, the gov ernment closed its case and, on its own motion, had four of the 45 de fendants dismissed on the ground that the charges against them were not sustained. Resignation of Hockin. Before taking the stand as the first witness for the defense, Mr. Ryan an nounced the resignation of Herbert S. Hockin as secretary-treasurer of the union. Hockin, a defendant, was sitting in court in custody of bailiffs, having been unable to secure increased bonds, ordered by the court nine days ago, after witnesses described him as a spy who had helped the McNamaras organize the "dynamiting crew," and then had given information to the government and to detectives after quarrels with the confessed dynamit ers. Mr. Ryan said Hockin's resignation was voluntary. J. E. McClery of Cleve land succeeds Hockin. Mr. Ryan testified that neither he nor the executive board members knew of any money having been ex pended by McNamara for dynamiting purposes. All the letters written by him to business agents in various cit- contain veiled instructions about jobs to be blown up, Ryan said simply re |l ferred to work upon which non-union I men were employed and upon which it was desired to put non-union men. "Did you ever talk to Ortie E. Mc- Manigal about dynamiting or tell him ito change his agpearance oftener so lie would not be recognized?" asked Attorney Harding. "I hardly knew McManigal and cer tainly never knew he was employed as a dynamiter for McNamara or any one else." Ryan stated he never had visited a vault in the iron workers' headquar ters in Indianapolis where nitro-gly cerin and dynamite had been kept and he never had proposed, as charged that J. J. McNamara, then secretary ef the union, take Hockin's place, as head of the "dynamiting crew." *He denied he had urged violence in the union's strike called seven years ago and which is still on. Questioned why he inclosed in a let ter a newspaper clipping giving an ac count of an explosion, he explained it jwas sent to McNamara as a matter of news. He denied he had told Edward IClark, the confessed dynamiter, about "blowing up a job in Cincinnati. Lake Schooner Is Missing. Chicago, Dec. 3,—The schooner Rouse Rouse Simmons, captained by Herman Schueneman, which was reported .overdue, here last week, has not come into this port and anxiety is felt by Captain Scbdeneman's family here. The Rouse Simmons left Thompson, :Mich., before Thanksgiving Day and was last reported from Bailey's Har bor, Wis., Nov. 28. Captain Schuene man, Captain Charles Nelson and 14 hands are on board. Johnson Will Wed Miss Cameron. Chicago, Dec. 4.—Jack Johnson, in an interview declared that before the end of the week he would marry Miss Lucile Cameron, the Minneapolis girl, his relations with whom resulted in federal indictments charging the negro with violation of the Mann law. DAILY MARKET REPORT. Twin City Market!. Minnneapolls, Dec. 3.—Wheat, Dec.. 79%c May, 85c No.' 1 northern, 82%c: No. 2 northern, 80%c No. 1 durum, 78%c No. 3 corn, 44c No. 3 white oats. 29%c barley, malting:, 58c No. 2 rye. 56c No. 1 flax, $1.26%. Duluth, Dec. 3.—Wheat, Dec., 79%c: May, 85c. South- St. Paul. Dec. 3. Cattle Steers, $7.00 cows, $firstname.lastname@example.org calves. ?ambri°3°(i0@T00.,7-00@7-50: iu 8he6P aM Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Dec. 3. Cattle Receipts, 35,000 market steady to 10c lower beeves, $5.60@11 Texas steers, $4.40® 5.75 western steers, $email@example.com stock ers and feeders, »firstname.lastname@example.org: cows and heifers, $email@example.com calves, $firstname.lastname@example.org. Hogs—Receipts, 53,000 market slow, 5c lower light. *email@example.com mixed, *7.30® 7.(5 heavy, $7.35@7 75 rough. $7.25@ 7.50 pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org bulk of sales, $7.56 @7.70. Sheep Receipts, 48,000: market steady native, $email@example.com: western, ,.$firstname.lastname@example.org yearlings, $email@example.com _1atlve. $firstname.lastname@example.orgS western! $email@example.com. Jane Addams' Course 8eored. Chicago, Dec. 4.—"I am in Chicago to deliver a few lectures. I do not know yet under what auspices I am'to speak. I have been invited here by no one. I came of my own accord, and want to get in touch with those of, ,your public spirited men and women vwto affe opposed to thf principles and propaganda of Miss Jabe Addams. The things she stands for I oppose, and I want to enlighten Chicago folk a bit," said Dr. Mary Walker, noted suffragist Chicago. VJSW 3 TO TUNNEL UNBER CHANNEL Long-Delayed France-English Project la Once More Being Put Forward. A tunnel between England and France beneath the SngllBh channel was first proposed at the beginning of the nineteenth century by Mathleu, a French mining engineer, says the Argonaut Fifty years later the scheme was financed, but It was not until 1867 that It seemed that the projeet would be actually attempted. At that time there were a dozen or more plans for rail communication between' the two countries. The ac cepted scheme was that of a tunnel bored beneath the bed of the channel. The estimated cost of the undertake ing was about $50,000,000. Prelimi nary boring had been made, when the work was interrupted by the Franco Prussian war. In 1874 the French and English governments-resumed ne gotiations concerning the tunnel, leaving the matter In the hands of a joint commission. Failure on the part of the English company holding the contract for the work to receive sufficient funds resulted in the fail ure of the enterprise in 1880. Now the project is receiving some atten tion, a better feeling having been es tablished between the people of the two countries. PLACE TO FIND IT. Howe—I'm looking for a cold March. .Wise—Well, why don't you go to Greenland? Explaining What a Snob Really Is. "Uncle Roy, what is a snob?" "A snob, Eddie, is a person who in herits a great deal of money, goes ibroad and buys himself a veneer of culture, returns home and poses as a connoisseur of something, and goes around calling his poor relations 'par vennes.' Why do you ask such a juestion, Eddie?" "Because I heard Donald's big brother talking about you this after noon and he said you were a snob." PR. J. H. RINDLAUB (Specialist), Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Fargo, N. D. We are most apt to realize that time money when the interest comes due. lira. Winslow's Soothing Syrup for Children teething, softens the gums, reduces inflamma •ion, allays pain, cures wind col ic, 25c a bottle.Mv, Life is a grind, but -it as least sharp sns a man's wits. is unequaled aa a Color noftfottfe dye say gsnnsnt WOMEN SHOULD NEVER USE HARSH a Women are especially aoaeeptlble to constipation and their more delicate organisms rebel at the Violence et cathartics and purgatives. Drastlo medicines like salts, mineral water*, pills and powders may afford tempo rary relief, but their violent action on the stomach and bowels tends to np set the entire system. mild laxative is far preferable and more effective. The combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin pre scribed by Dr. W. B. Caldwell, and sold In drug stores under the name of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, is' ideal for women, being gentle in action, pos itive in effect and pleasant to the taste. spoonful of Syrup Pepsin at night will bring natural relief next morning and, used regularly for a brief period, will so strengthen and tone the muscles of the stomach and bowels that there will be little, if any, further need for medicine. Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin can be procured In any drug store. Tour name and address on a postal to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 208 West St, Monti cello, 111., will bring a-free trial bot tle by return mail Adv. King George Superstitious. An incident which occurred while the king was out shooting recently over the Hon. John Ward's preserves at Woollsey shows that the monarch shares with many other persons the superstition about the number thir teen. The eight guns were joined at luncheon by five women of the party staying at Chilton, and the king no ticing the unlucky number would not sit down until Donald. Harding, the acting agent upon the estate, was called in to make the number up to fourteen.—New York Herald. Excess of Riches. "He has nine tons of coal In his cellar." "That's nothing. I've got only one in, but it's paid for."—Detroit Free Press. YOU CAN CURB CATARRH By using Cole's Carbolfaalve. It is effective remedy. All druggists. 25 and 50c. Adv. Lots of men tire themselves death looking for an easy nlace. Mamma Says Hits Sale for Children CONTAINS NO OPIATES prices are for lam and prime, medium, small and No. 2 In proportion* All other fore equally hlgb. Green and Green Salted Cow Nbtes 13 to 14# & n. Horse Hides No, 1 large medium and small In proportion. Ship to Us. Quick Returns. Trappers' Supplies at lowest prices. Price List ind Catalog FREE. N. W. HIDE & FUR CO., Est. 1890 MINNEAPOLIS, MINN. DparitKO* trial box. and faster cotorsthsa tkPOio* apsit.Wrftr f'CL'M: N ro AKOTA NI fitted U* Every invalidwomttn is invited to consult our StaffofPhysicians, Surgeon* and Specialists, at the Invalid's Hotel and Surgical Institute, N. Y., by ktter or personally at my expense,—B, F. PIERCE, M. IK I Invite Suffering Women There is every reason why women should not trust their deli cate constitutions in the hands of unskilled persons. It requires a thorough medical education to appreciate and understand the dedicate female organism. There Is every reason why WM Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* Invigorate! the momach, liver and bowels. One to three doee. Easy to take aa candy. Send 31 oee cent atampa to pay coat of wrapping and mailing only on free copy of Dr. Pierce's Com mon Senae Medical Adviaier, 1008 pages, clotb boand. InvaHd Hotel and 8urgical Insulate, R. V. Pierce* Uf D, Preeidenfc BaAlo* N. TfJ enever Yon Use Your Bade Use Doan's Kidney Pills. This good remedy cures bad kidneys, I AM IDAHO tello, Ida., says: "I guttered severely from grmvel and mujr of tne attacks confined me to -bed for weeks. The pain I endured when the atones were passing was indescribable. Doan'a Kidney Pills cured ae completely and the cure has been permanent. Though In my Tlth year I am hale and hearty." Gtt Deea'e at Av Drag Stove, SOe a BM DOAN Genuine to High CASH Prices FOR Hides, Furs, Pelts, Etc. 2?'^ Wolf ^0^R««oon 8b°rt she should write nr pwronnaiiy p« ryjMTimrprl np^aH^t. As a powerful, invigorating tonic, "Favorite Prescription" im parts strength to the whole system and to the organs distinctly feminine in particular. For run-down," debilitated women of all occupations DB. PIERCE'S Favorite Prescription restorative tonic. As a soothing and strengthening nervine ravonte rreacription allays and subdues nervous excitability, initability nervous exhaustion, and other distressing symptoms commonly attendant upon functional and organic diseases of the jfendnlne organs. It refreshing deep and relieves mental anxiety and despondency. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescriptioc is devised and put up by vast experience in the treatment of women's tnnia^t^, fts the indorsement of leading physicians in all schools of practice. The"Favorite Prescription" has been sold by dealers in medicine in its liquid form for over 40 years. Novr it can also be obtained of them In tablet fhrm oriinrt IO tiiw riiut •tamp* to Dr. Pierce for 0 DoeeaShsn .. Pain Mt Yon? It's a sign of sick kidneys, es pecially if the kid ney action is disordered, too, masagss scanty or too frequent or off-color. Wi Wl Do not neglect any little kidney ill for the slight troubles run into Dropsy, Gravel, Stone or Bright'* Sii CASS. 'Warner, N. Fairfield Ay*.. Poea- 'S SPAS* FOSTER-MllJBURn GO* MMo,N«w Yctfc Constipation Vanishes Forever Prompt Relief—Permanent Curd CARTER'S LITTLE LIVER PILLS never faiL Purely vegeta ble act surely but gently on the liver. Stop after dinner dis tress-cure indigestion,1 improve the complexion, brighten the eyi SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRIC CARTERS must bear Signature Pettits Eve Salve WANTED RELIEVES SORE EYES Men to loam Barbet trade. Basjwork. BIS wages. Few weeks com* Sons. letee. Kxpertlnslroo* Too Is given* BeantllnlIllustrated catalog free. Holler 1!HM bar College, *i iMfatin. Minneapolis, Minn* W. N. U., FARGO, NO. 49-1912. FO LEY'S HONEY J! TAR For Coughs and Colds A WONDERFUL DISCOVERY. In this age of research and experiment, all Datur^ kkt— iraporwjnD—aiecovenes in meal cine is thatof Therapion, which has been used with great succession French Hospitals and that It Is worthy the attention of those who suffer from kidney, bladder, nervous weaknesses.nlcers.skin eruptions.1 piles, Ac., there is no doubt, in faewt seems evident JJuEJtffLcreated amongst specialists, thai THEft API ON Is destined to oast Into oblivion all those questionable remedies that were formerly th# ®?1® reliance of medfeal men. It ts of course tmpos* fJMe tell sufferere %U we should like to tell theni article, but those who would like to know more about this remedy that has effected so TW T-NI xur VttUU DOOK Dr.LeClero Med. Co., Haverstock Road, Hampstead* fe®?S ^W^or themselves whether XeILFnSe«ncb "THERAPION" NO.1. Or NO. 8 It what, thnv d*iA hA«n No.Sthe »uuuntaappine/ss. Aucntuiuu us auia wall 1.00. Fougera Uo., 80 Beekmaa 6 Mew York. USINESS Full cousMft ia Actual Biumca, Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shoit haad, Banking. OLLEGE Next term open* toon. For full infornutioa «Urm F.L.Walkia*. Farce, Ntrlk Bikela 1 a physician of have "It Helped Me SeMach." Kasjr. W. JfiBM. at Bodl4ie.Sa. Wi] nrojir *»Tortte PreicrtpUoq1 kudoM meawonderfaltotofgood,' Seven rests ago when oar flni child was bora I was left miserable, 14oetoMd wUfatwo physicians with* rat anr relief. I then went to see one ibe*ddoctor*UiWir sMliiiShateah rour VfeTorit* sdma 00 ...bywlsttagyoai ficBapiafatasatV I mr MK u&W--'-v.-i'