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STOMAC
Trouble* OJRED
By
Dr. Young's
STOMACH
DRAfTS
Dr. Young'* Stomach Drafts Curs
where medicines fall, They regulate the bowels, re
lieve soreness and strengthen the nerves and mus
cles of the stomach so that you can eat what you
want without fear of distress. It you have I)ys-
Isepsla.s
Indigestion. Soar Stomach,
tres After ff 0
Catar
terinffS
& *^Sa%
'SfetffiM^ ^'senTU^hf
fufelv Free one of my celebrated Stomach Drafts,
worth one dollar. It will give you quick relief.
DR. G. C. YOUMG, 4 i Cass Street, Jackson, Mloh.
|You Bo Not Pay
Till Cured.
Madrid Iowa, Aug. 8. 1903.
DR JOHNSTON
Dear bli I wish to odd mv testimonial
to the list published in youi booklet. I suf
fered foi seveial ear witn a bad case of
blind and bleeding piles I am glad to
state that I have been completely cured
Pr Johnston with a veij few treat
ments and veiy little pain, and have lost no
time from my regulai work Anjone doubt
ing my statements"'can write to me per
sonally. A. F. Spencer,
City Marshal
I treat nil rectal diseases, piles, fistula,
fissure, ulceration, etc I glial antee a cure
bv my painless treatment and ask you to
pav nothing until you are cured. I use no
knife or chloroform. Write for full pai
ticulars or call in person
My book on Rectal Diseases free.
Consult ition and examination free
Dr. Edw. A. JOHNSTON, Ifi. D.
710 Globe Bldg, Minneapolis, Minn.
Hours, 9 to 6 evenings, 7 to 8. Sunday by
appointment.
Positively and Permanently
We remove all cancerous tissue at one sit
ting without administering ether or chloroform.
A GUISE no PAY.
The trntment und cure of Cancer ami other
tumors bj our nainles* method is fully ex
pliined in our BOOK OF TESTIMONIALS.
Write at once for book and hear direct from
those we have cured
DUBUQUE CANCER SANITARIUM,
niBLQLn, IOWA.
BALSAM
Promotes the growth of the hair and
gives it the lustre andsllMnessof youth.
When the hair is gray or laded it
BRINGS BACK THE YOUTHFUL COLOR/
It prevents Dandruff and hair falling
and keeps the scalp clean and healthy.
If yon want to go to
Gbicago comfortably,
reserve yonr berth
now on the Burling
ton's Limited.
Dining cars pleasing and uniquedin1
ing car service better than any you
iever have enjoyed.
The Burlington Limited
leaves Minneapolis Union
Station daily at 7:50 p.m.:
arrives Chicago 9 next
morning.
BuflinMa
%i
J. F. MCELROY
City Pass. Agent
New City Ticket Office,
TMrd St. cor. Nicollet Av.^
Minneapolis.
PhonesJN.W M860
I Twin City, 811
BETTER THAN SPANKING.
Spanking does not cure children of
bed wetting. If it did there would be.
few children that would do it. There
Is a constitutional cause for this.
Mrs. M. Summers, Box 601, Notre
Dame, Ind., will send her home treat
ment to any mother. She asks no
money. Write her to-day if your
children trouble you in this way.
Don't blame the child. The chances
are it can't help it.
VVVVVVVVVVVTVVVVVVVVVVV
You cannot depend on the
weather, but you can always ^de-
pend on Journal wstht Sds-td bring:
results. Only Ic a word.
wi 1 i" ig*ir~~ I
Saturday* Evening,
HHIMHMIHlmMmHmMMIimilllllHmN'IIIIMIMI
IOWA PRIZE DUAL LIFE
STORY FROM IOWA
WILSON SUPPOSED TO HAVE PER
ished in Chicago Fire.
When His Name Appeared in the Death
List He Made It the Opportunity to
Elope with His Wife's MaidDu
plicity of Honored Citizen of Sey
mour Just Exposed.
Special to The Journal.
Des Moines, Iowa, May 13.A most
remarkable case of dual life has been
brought to light by the United
States pension authorities in Iowa. It
has ben discovered that John Wilson,
who was supposed to have perished in
the Chicago fire, in reality made the
fire a shield to elope with his hired
girl, and moved to Seymour, Iowa,
wheie for over a quarter of a century
he has lived as an honored and respect
ed citizen.
Mis. Ellen Wilson, the wife, has been
living as a widow with her two daugh
ters at Toledo, Ohio. Wilson was liv
ing at Delphos, Ohio, in 1871. He was
in Chicago on business at the time of
the fire and his name was given out in
the list of those who perished.
A few months after his supposed
death a hired girl who had worked for
the Wilsons several years disappeared.
Wilson left eight children, all young.
His wife secured all his property,
amounting to many thousands of dol
lars.
Wilson and his former domestic
started up anew and prospered and have
one child. Two daughters of Wilson's
have called upon their father within
a week and pleaded with him to return
to Toledo to his wife, but he has stead
fastly refused.
C. W. Hagen, a student at Still col
lege, while sawing off the leg of a
corpse at a dissecting room, glanced
at the face of the corpse and recog
nized an old friend and then fainted.
"The body upon which I was saw
ing was E. W. Landsfield of Jefferson,
Mo.," said Hage. I used to go to
school in Kansas with him. I cannot
imagine how he came here unless he
was tramping about and was killed in
an accident. When I saw his face I
felt like I was cutting a real live per
son, as I had never heard about his
death."
FOLLOWS LOVER TO PRISON DOOR
Miss Gray Will Wait for and Marry
Convict When Term Expires.
BURLINGTON, IOWATrue to the
love they had pledged before he com
mitted the crime for which he was sen
tenced, Miss Lena Gray of Winterset,
Towa, accompanied Lon Eehard across
the state and thru Burlington to the
Fort Madison penitentiary, where, at
the doors of the institution, she bade
her 20-year-old lover an affectionate
farewell, declaring she would remain
as true as steel to him until his term
should expire, when they would marry.
Eehard's crime was forgery. He had
escaped and no trace of his whereabouts
was known, but a detective watched the
girl and finally followed her to Mis
souri where she secretly visited Eehard.
"EXPO" PARTY FORMED
Owatonna People Will Go to Portland
in Private Car.
OWATONNA, MINN.A party of
people of prominence in this section of
the state have chartered a private car
and completed other arrangements to
visit the Lewis and Clark exposition in
July. The company includes W. E.
Kinyon, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Kinyon,
Sidney Kinyon, Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
Crandall, Superintendent and Mrs.
Galen A. Merrill, Dr. and Mrs. A. B.
Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Larson
and Misses Mabel Eockwell and Viola
Kinyon, all of this city Mr. and Mrs.
F. I. Crane and daughters of Austin
Dr. Edith Stewart, Hume, N. Y and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Leuthold of Kasson.
They will go over the Northern Pacific,
returning on the Canadian Pacific.
DASSEL, MINN.A company has been organ
ized here with a capital of $25,000 to build a
canning facto'-}
next fall and winter
*B not ashamed, dear mother, wife or. maid,
To glory In the gifts that God has given,
The swelling bosomFount of all the World
Is beauty's touch and beauty Is of heaven."
WHITE'S
VancaireTonic The greatest beautifler ever put on the market.
It is the only preparation known to medical
science that will create good, firm, healthy
flesh, and clear the complexion of every blemish.
White's Vaucalra Tonic rounds out shallow
or shrunken parts and makes thin, scrawny per
sons.
PLUMP AND ROSY.
This remedy produces great strength and builds
up rundown, careworn people. White's Vanoairs
Tonlo Is pronounced by leading physicians, as
well as oy every persor* who has ever used
It, to be the most wonderful remedy in the
world.
Several of the BEST authorities on beauty
who write for leading papers do not hesitate in
recommending this great preparation.
One bottle will produce wonderful results. See
that our name is on the package you buy. as
there are worthless imitations. Send for book
let to
WHITE CHEMICAL CO., CHICAGO.
Sold by Voegelf Bros. Drug Co., cor. Wash, and
Hennepin and corner Nicollet and 7th st.
Why Not
Give your heart the same attention
you dp the. other organs?
If your Stomach, lungs, liver, kidneys
or any other organ Is 4n trouble, refuses
to work, you hapten to repair them.
The heart never refuses as long as it
has power to move, but continues to do
the best it can, getting weaker and
weaker, until it is past repair, and then
stops. It is just as sick as the other
organs, and needs help, but because it
will work, you let it.
This is wrong. If your heart is weak,
you should take
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure
to strengthen your heart and enable it
to overcome Diflalness, Palpitation, Short
Breath, Faint Spells, Bams in Heart and
Side, and all other Heart difficulties.
"I had palpitation of the heart so
bad that I would faint away. My doc
tor recommended Dr. Miles' Heart Cure,
and it helped me from the start."
MRS. J. C. WBHS, Cleveland, O.
The first bottle wfll benefit, if not, the
druggist will return your money.
WISCONSIN
ROBS EMPLOYER
KILLS HIMSELF
OCONTO GRAIN AGENT DIES
DEATH OF A CRAVEN.
Louis J. Rens Shoots Himself When
His Exposure Seemed Imminent
Shortage, Now Figured at $80,000,
May Exceed $100,000Only Agent
Not Under Bonds.
Oconto. Wis May 18.The body of Louis J.
Rens, agent for the McEachron company, giain
and produce buyer of this city, who was found
to be 6hort in his accounts about $100,000 yes
terdayi was discovered in a barn three miles
lioni here today. He had evidently shot him
self.
Rens had been in the employ of the McEach
ron company for twenty years and was the only
one of their agents not required \to furnish
bonds It is said he purchased 10,000 tons of
hay from farmers, little of which was paid for,
and all of it had been shipped away, the com
pany receiving returns for only a few tons.
As hay is quoted at about $8 a ton, this would
mean a shortage of $80,000, and if the oper
ations were extended to other lines of produce
in the same proportion, the shoitage will be
above $100,000.
When it was known that Rens was missing,
a search was begun, and it was learned that
be was last seen on his bicycle. A trip south
of the city disclosed the machine leaning against
a barn, in which Rens' body was found. He
leaves a wife and two children.
REND MAY BE LOST
Damaged Steamer Has Not Been Heard
from Since Ttfesday.
SUPERIOR, WIS.No word has
been received at the head of the lakes
as to the whereabouts of the steamer
Bend since Tuesday last, and local ma
rine men fear she has been wrecked
off Manitou island, where she was
stranded about a week ago.
Captain Lawrence Brennen has re
ceived an appointment as a superin
tendent of construction with the Pana
ma commission and orders to report at
New Orleans not later than May 25.
EPIDEMIC IN STATE SCHOOL
Twenty-five Oases of Measles and One
Death at Owatonna.
OWATONNA, MINKAn epidemic
of measles is prevalent at the state
public school for indigent children. One
death occurred this week and there are
more than twenty-five cases in the hos
pital, which is taxed to its fullest ca
pacity. Altho the majoritv of cases
are not of a malignant type, several
of the children have been seriously ill.
The disease waB brought to the in
stitution by five children who arrived
from the northern part of the state
the latter part of last week and were
taken ill shortly after being received.
FAREWELL SURPRISE PARTY
A. O. U. W. of Anoka Speeds a Depart
ing Brother.
ANOKA, MINN.The members of
the A. O. TJ. W. gave a farewell sur
prise to Mr. and Mrs. C. I. Cook, wuo
are about to remove to Centerville,
S. D., where Mr. Cook has purchased
the Chronicle.
On Sunday evening the Epworth
league of the Methodist chuTch will cele
brate its anniversary with a special
program and the pastor, Eev. A. A.
Graves, will preach a sermon on "The
Old and the New."
WILD RICE OVERFLOWS
Farmers Near Ada Flooded and a New
Channel Cut.
ADA, MINN.Owing to the recent
rains, the Wild Eice river overflowed its
banks, inmndating portions of several
farms southeast of town. Thence it
cut a channel toward the north and
flooded a large section south of the saw
mill.
The alumni of the Ada high school
will have a reunion and banquet on
June 3.
A. O. Eolfe's warehouse 24x38 col
lapsed last night. The building con
tained a large quantity of grain which
was not damaged.
REDWOOD FALLS FRANCHISE
Twin1
City Telephone Company After
ItCouncil at Sea.
EEDWOOD FALLS, MINN. Much
feeling is being engendered over the
attempt of the Twin City Telephone
company to secure a franchise to enter
this city. The company made applica
tion for only the right to locate one
long distance booth here, but several
officers of the Eedwood County Rural
Telephone company, who are in sympa
thy with the Twin City project, have
asked that the number of phones per
mitted be extended to five so fhey can
use the long distance service.
The project is opposed by the West
ern Minnesota company, which has the
big exchange here, and by several
local men who regard the request of
the Twin City as only preliminary to
an application for a franchise to put
in an exchange. The council is unde
cided as to what action to take.
The council has granted the contract
for constructing all of the cement
crosswalks in the city, about 1,000
lineal feet altogether, to the Mato
kato Sidewalk company.
DIES IN REMORSE
Mark White, Slayer of Sackett, Kills
Himself.
HELENA, MONT.Bemorse over his
act in killing Floyd Sackett, near Wi
baux. Wednesday night, drove Mark
White to self-destruction. Late ad
vices from the scene of the tragedy
say that before he could ^be arrested
he calmly arranged his affairs for end
ing his career, settled several business
matters, bade his family farewell and
then shot himself at his ranch.
GAKNEE, IOWA.All the buildings on the
farm of Fred Warner, five i miles east of here,
were blown down jai?d norae livestock was killed.
The occupants of the house escaped without m
Jury, except for a few scratches
NORTHWEST NECROLOGrlC
ST. CLOUD, MINN Word has been received
of the death at Portland, Ore of T. C. Boorne,
for many years in the employ of the Great
Northern at this point where he was at the
head of the mechanical department. T. C.
Bourne lodge Brotherhood of Locomotive Fire
men, on this division of the Great Northern, was
named after him. He was 72.
ANOKA, MINN The funeral of Mrs. Jane
Sanger was held Thursday afternoon from the
home of hei daughter, Mrs. A. C. Franman, Rev.
A. A. Graves officiating. She was born April
5. 1H42, in Glasgow. Scotland, and came to Min
nesota forty-nine years ago She died at 'the
home of a daughter in Brainerd. She leaves tne
following children. Mrs. John Diver and Mrs.
A. C. Franman. Anoka. Mrs. Charles Mudge,
Brainerd, Mrs. John Gregory.' Whlteflsh, Mont.,
Mrs Frank Williams Superior. Mr3. Edward
Brown. North Branch, Minn., Mrs Dan Bean,
Burns and Benjamin Sanger, Brainerd.
FERGUS FALLS. MINN.News was receivd*
of the death of Halvor Back, one of the pioueer
residents of this city, which occurred at the
home of his son near Effington, S. D. The
remains'will be brought across the country by
team and the funeral held here.
ANNANDALE, MINN.Mrs. *ii R. Miles,
prominent in church and Grand Army circles,
died "this morning of pneumonia and. will be hur-
THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL.
TODAY'S NEWS OR THE NORTHWEST
MINNESOTA
MOORHEAD PAYS BONDS
Last of
ond
Issue in Maturity Is Taken
Care Of.
MOOEHEAD, MINN.The city paid
the last of it&matured bonds today. It
was for 1$1,000 and bearing 7 per cent
interest. The city now has not a sin
le dollar of matured liability under its
issues, and its only bonded indebt
edness is the so-called water and light
issues amounting to $40,000 due in 1916,
the interest of which is taken care of
by the water and light commission.
Provision is for payment
these bon'ds*iamade
maturitythe in amendmentf
to the city charter, which will be sub
mitted to a vote or the people on June
16.
The Bed Eivor Valley Congregational
club will meet in this city on May 18,
and .David P. Jones, mayor of Minne
apolis, it is announced will make an ad
dress along the lines of municipal gov
ernment. The mayors of both Moor
head and Fargo will aiso be here as
guests of the club and will make short
addresses.
A dramatic recital will be given Mon
day evening at the normal school by
the students under the direction of Pro
fessor E. T. Eeed.
A successful operation for appendici
tis was performed yesterday upon Miss
Leila, daughter of Judge and Mrs. W.
B. Douglas.
SIXTH DISTRICT BANKERS
Bohmer of Brooten Elected President
Banquet and Toast Program.
LONG PEAIEIE, MINN.The Sixth
District Bankers' association meeting
closed last night with a banquet which
was a most brilliant affair. Covers were
laid for nearly a hundred, and the
spacious diningroom of Hotel Reichert
was richly decorated. Besides the vis
iting bankers the officers of the local
Board of Trade, the mayor and council
and local clergymen were guests of
honor. Dr. J. Frank Locke presided as
toastmaster.
The toast list presented was as fol
lows: "Loose Change," William E.
Lee "The Almighty Dollar," John M.
Haven "Peeps Thru a Cashier's Win-
dow," E. A. Slite*: "Watered Stock,"
William Eodman "Wisconsin," E. A.
Christie "Group Conventions," M. O.
Nelson "The Lady Depositor," O. H.
Havill "Bank Conundrums," W. W.
Smith "Days of Grace," George W.
Peterson "Securities," G. E. William
son "Nervous Prostration," Dr. Van
Valkenburg "The Secrets of a Bank-
er," Judge M. C. Tifft.
At the closing business session of the
association yesterday the following of
ficers were elected: President, John
Bohmer of Brooten vice president, W.
A. Shaw of Clearwater secretary,
H. Mackenzie of St. Cloud. Permanent
committees were also appointed by the
chair for the purpose of conferring with
similar committees from other districts
on the subjects of taxation and ex
change rates.
PARMLEY AFTER POINTERS
South Dakota's New Warden Calls
Upon Wolfer of Minnesota.
STILLWATEE, MINN.H. T. Parm
ley, who is to become warden of the
South Dakota state prison at Sioux
Falls on May 17, was at the state prison
yesterday to look over the institution
and confer with Warden Wolfer on his
methods of business management.
In the case of Samuel McClure and
E. M. Coles against ^Patrick .Downs to
secure possession of forty acres of land
and for $500 for the occupancy thereof,
the ,iury returned a verdict in favor of
Mr. Downs.
The South Stillwater Electric railway
extension is completed except for bind
ing the track with copper wires at the
joints to complete the ground circuit.
A few days will suffice for that work.
PUBLIC DANCE REPUDIATED
School Men of Fergus Falls Balk on
Raising Money in That Manner.
FEEGUS FALLS, MINN.Much in
terest has been aroused here over an
effort to hold a public dance to pay for
a fence for Athletic park. The ar
rangements were made in Mayor Town
ley *s office, and the mayor appointed
committees from the high school and
the two colleges here to sell the neces
sary tickets.
The college presidents immediately
came out with announcements that the
colleges did not in any way counte
nance the dance^ and would have noth
ing to do with it, and an effort is be
ing made to have the high-school fac
ulty do the same. The dance is to be
held in a hotel with a bar adjoining.
T. S. Bang, a merchant or Warren,
filed a petition in bankruptcy in the
federal court in this city today, placing
his assets at $10,491.90 and liabilities
at $7,489.30. There is a long list of
creditors, among whom are Finch,
Young and McConnell, French, Finch
& Co., Ogden, Merrill & Greer, Wemott,
Howard & Co., Columbia Coffee compa
ny, C. Gotzian & Co., Wright, Barrett
& Stillwell and A. H. Behnke & Co. of
St. Paul, and Patterson & Stevenson
company, W. B. & W. G. Jordan, Eobit
schek, Frank & Heller. McDonald Broth
ers and the National Biscuit company
of Minneapolis.
John Leave died today from pneu
monia.- He leaves a wife and children.
An orchard is being started on the
insane hospital farm nere, a five acre
tract having been set out, one-half in
apple trees and one-half in plum. The
tract has been surrounded by ever
greens, 1,100 small trees being planted
as a windbreak.
The heavy rains of the past few
days caused a landslide on the new
Soo line near Eichville, this county.
The slide was discovered in time to
prevent the Winnipeg flyer from run
ning into it.
Lauritzen Brothers of this city have
been awarded the contract for the
erection of two new brick school build
ings at Waterloo, Iowa. The firm is
erecting the newigovernment building
there.
JUNIORS ENTERTAIN SENIORS
High School Reception at Hastings
Concert by Macalester Men.
HASTINGS, MINNThe high school
juniors gave a reception to the seniors
at Matsch's hall, last even-ing.
Dr. Charles Van Gappelen will remove
to Stillwater.
Mr. arid Mrs. F. a Maltby of Rich
Valley, left for Hot Springs, Mich., yes
terday to spend the summer.
A popular concert will be given at the
Presbyterian church on Tuesday even
ing by the students of Macalester col
lege, the chorus having sixty voices. A
baseball team from the college will also
come down with the excursion on* the
steamer Hiawatha^ to play the high
school.
The remains of the unidentified man
found at Nichols station, and the in
fant floating in the river near South
Park were buried by Coroner F. W.
Kramer in the potter's field.
KASSON, MINN.Mis Ruth Mavhew. a
highly-esteemed young lady of this village, dfed
today of consumption. -She was 23 and was soon
to have been married.
SLAYTON. MINN.The W. C. T. U. of the
Twenty-fourth district, held its annual conven
tion in this place, ajhe .meetings were well at
tended and much interest was shown.
-fcTS
DETROIT, MINNMrs. John Andrews died
on^Thursday.The ladles of the Baptist church
Jiafe secured a niano^pry^betr house of worship
by soliciting subscriptions for The Minneapolis
Journal.*The Northern Pacific- railway has se-
MONTANA
GOPHER CLAIMS
A LARGE ESTATE
JAY CROSSE BUSH OF KENT FILES
PETITION AT BUTTE.
Legless Minnesotan Says He Was the
Cousin a Sole' Surviving Heir of
Charles Colbert, Whose $75,000
Estate Has Been Adjudged to Re
vert to Montana.
Special to The Journal.
Butte, Mont., May 13.After the
Charles Colbert estate had been tossed
about in the courts of Montana for
five years, and finally adjudged to es
cheat to the state, a claimant has ap
peare,d
i
anldt that the old prospec-a
8
wea haskvariously estimated
about $75,000, be decreed to belong to
him as next of kin.
The claimant is Jay Crosse Bush,
aged 71, who hails from Kent, Wilkin
county, Mmn, and has filed a petition
the district court alleging that he
was a cousin of the late Charles Col
bert and sole surviving heir. He asks
for a hearing to ascertain and deter
mine the rights of all persons to the
estate. Judge Dolan has set July 15
as the time for hearing the petition.
Charles Colbert died in Butte about
six vears ago, leaving, as it was
thought, no relative to claim his large
estate, consisting of moneys and min
ing properties which he had accumu
lated his long residence in the north
west. Two alleged wills were filed in
court for probate. One of them was
rejected as being invalid and the other
was declared to be a forgery.
For some time
thehestate
M?
was
erson8
s. "BluethJea on account
kn
of the blue suit he wore. In 1865 Bush
froze both his feet while hunting deer
necessitating. amputation.
FOR CRIMINAL CARELESSNESS
James Hunter Arrested for Causing
Death of Wife and Children.
FORESTON, MINN.Wames Hunter
is under arrest here charged with
criminal carelessness in connection
with the death of his wife and two
children last week, as the result of an
explosion of dynamite in a stove oven.
Hunter is prostrated. The case will be
investigated by the grand iury next
week.
Hunter's house was razed by a dyna
mite explosion. Mrs. Hunter and two
children, one a girl of 3 years and the
other an infant aged 4 months, were
killed, and another child, a bov, was
seriously injured.
Hunter had purchased a quantity of
dynamite for stump blasting, and with
out warning his wife, placed several
sticks in the stove to warm. Some
thing called him to town and he went
away, forgetting to tell his wife or
children about the explosive.
COLONISTS FOR STUTSMAN
Streator, 111., Men Arrive to Look over
Lands.
JAMESTOWN, N. DA party of
landseekers from Streator, 111., arrived
this week and left today with the in
tention of making a trip to the south
western part of the county. The lands
they are inspecting are about the best
in that part of the county and if the
colony is established, it will mean much
toward the rapid settlement of that part
of the country.
Since prairie fires have been kept
down west of the James river, the
growth of grass has become a heavy
mat where it was formerly burned off.
With more extensive cultivation of the
land, added to the moisture-holding
grass, farming operations have been so
successful and profitable in the western.
fn
tart of the county that a rapid jump"
price of lands has been seen. A few
years ago no one wanted to farm in
that part of the county and lands were
sold for a song. Now they are held
about as high as any good land in any
part of the county.
The revival meetings conducted by
Dr. Pratt and Professor Martin con
tinue every afternoon and evening at
the armory. The audiences are large
and much discussion has been stirred up.
WIFE WAS UNTRUE
Conductor Ellinghouse of Minot Sues
for a Divorce.
MINOT, N. D.As a sequel to a sen
sational domestic affair, papers have
been filed in a divorce action which will
soon be aired in the district court.
The principals to the suit are Henry
S
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113 Branches
CALGARY, Alta.
CARMAN, Man.
CLARESHOLM, Alta.
DAUPHIN, Man.
EDMONTON, Alta.
ELGIN, Man.
ELKHORN, MAN.
THE* CANADIAN BANK?
OF COMMERCE
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, CANADA.
Paid-up Capital, 88,700,000 Reserve Fund, $3,500,000
HON. GEO. A. COX, President
B. E. WALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst.^Gen'l Manager
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTEDENO
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GILBERT PLAINS, MAN. NANTON, Alta.
NEEPAWA, Man.
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Inquiries addressed to "The Manager" at any of the above named
Branches will receive prompt attention.
ALBERTA I
sfl jf% 4fe J% 4% A l%^P^a%
rn?o^^or^m
claimed- eac of whom present
er wills their favor, and by the state
or Montana on the ground that Col
bert died intestate and left no surviv
ing heirs, in which case his property
would escheat to the state.
a recent decision of the supreme
court, the property was left in charge
o the state until the expiration of five
years, when, if no claimants appeared,
it was to escheat to commonwealth.
Bush tellsa of roaming thruout the
northwesw with Colbert, and says he
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Special Correspondence.
Winnipeg, Man., May 11.Your correspondent
today had an interesting interview with A. A.
Downey, a prosperous farmer who owes a great
deal of his present success to William Pearson,
of Winnipeg, the land man who has been at
tracting so much attention in the United States
by his big operations in the Last Mountain val
ley country, where thousands or American
settlers are buying farms.
Mr. Downey was for many years located in
one of the most favored districts of Manitoba
Finally he homesteaded and also bought land
In the Last Mountain valley. He took his
family up with him and built his house in the
fall of 1903.
Mr. Downey's Interview Is significant, as it
demonstrates the satisfaction felt generally by
settlers thruout the Last Mountain valley coun
try with the new land to which they have come.
He says:
"I am delighted with the fine location of
my farm overlooking the beautiful Last Moun
tain lake, which lies a short distance to the
west and about forty feet below the level of
my farm.
The soil is the finest I ever saw, and I an
ticipate very heavy crops next year. I am get-
Ellinghouse, a well-known Great North
ern railroad conductor, and his wife,
Mrs. Pearl A. Ellinghouse. The ground
upon which the divorce is asked is that
of adultery and a man by the name of
Jim Watts is named as corespondent.
According to the local police, Elling
house returned home rather unexpected
ly at about 1 o'clock on the morning
of May 8, and discovered Watts with
his wife. Night Officer Stronmman
was summoned and Watts taken to the
county jail, after he had been terribly
beaten in a fist fight with Ellinghouse.
A large delegation of the Minot vol
unteer fire department will attend the
state convention to be held in James
town next month. The men will make
an effort to secure the convention for
this city in June, 1906. The merchants
have agreed to help liberally.
The plans and specifications for the
new $50,000 Great Northern passenger
station and division offices are on their
way from St. Paul to this city. Work
on the foundation will "be started the
first of next week.
APPLETON. Mum.Miss Justina A. S"n-
nek of Minnesota Lake and O. G. Kasaner of this
city were united in mrrriage.
EVELETH, MINN Robert Kodgers, aged 27.
died of pneumonia at Biwabik.
LAKE PARK. IOWA.Professor M. R. Has
sell has resigned his position here and wiU go
to the schoool at Neofa. Iowa.
TEBE.IL, IOWA.This town is considering
the advisability of constructing a tornado cellar
or cave large enough to hold the 200 or more
inhabitants.
BLACK RIVER FALLS, WIS.Frank Spreeter
has resigned as citv treasurer, owing to ill
health, and E. Ornsby has been appointed
his successor.The Norwegians will hold a
county celebration here on the 17th.
VERMILLION, S. D.The city council has
asked the electric light company to place a
valuation on its plant, in order that steps may
be taken towards purchasing it by the city.
CEDAR FALLS. IOWA.Dr. Daniel McGurk
has accepted a call to the Methodist church of
Kansas Olty Rev J. Horton Deis of New York
has been appointed successor to Bev. C.
Biggs at St. Luke's Episcopal cburcb.
FOLEY, MINN.Fire destroyed the residence
of Michael Gappa. The loss is covered by in
surance.
ST, CLOTTD. MINN.The district court is en
gaged in hearing the $30,000 personal injurv suit
brought by James Du Blois, of Sauk Cen
ter, against the Great Northern.The Stearns
County Old Settlers' association will meet in
St. Cloud on June C.
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BRANCHES IN THE CANADIAN NORTHWEST
GRANDVIEW, Man.
INNISFAIL, Alta.
LLOYDMINSTER, Sask.
MEDICINE HAT, Assa.
MELFORT, Sask.
MOOSEJAW, Assa.
MOOSOMIN, Assa.
STATES
PONOKA, Alta.
FTG. LA PEAIEIE, Man.
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask.
RED DEER, Alta.
BEGINA, Assa.
SWAN RIVER, Man.
TREHERNE, Man,
WINNIPEG, Max.
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,es
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7 field, Snepard and Langdon,
all two to ten miles of railroad. Low prioes and easy terms. Prioes
advancing rapidly. Average yield of winter wheat in this district, 304
bushels. Some farms prodaced as high as 4 5 bushels per acre.
WW furnish hi traote of ISO to lOfOOO acres. Donf afc a efeane*
on your futuro home. Winter wheat has neve fatted In this district.
CAL6ARY COLOMIZATtONr C0M CAL8ABY. CANADA
What One Farmer Thinks
Of Last Mountain Valley
0*0**.,sAland
wheal
nte
ttng as ranch breaking done as possible this
season, and Intend to have it all under crop
next year. The soil contains a very large per
centage of bicarbonate ot lime. This is a neces
sary factor in producing heavy crops of wheat.
The gently undulating country affords ample
natural drainage. A plentiful supply of wood
for fuel can be obtained from the mountain, a
few miles to the east.
"I have now got over 500 acres of land, and
have no hesitation, after a residence of twenty
five years in western Canada, in saying that I
consider this one of tie best parts of the coun
try 1 have 6een, and I am well acquainted with
the most favored localities for wheat growing
The settlers all pay eloquent tribute to the
personality of William Pearson, whose sterling
honesty and careful solicitude for the welfare
of American farmers who have settled in the
Last Mountain valley district have gained for
bim an enviable reputation among homeaeekers
from the United States. The prices at which
Mr. Pearson is disposing of the splendid lands in
the Last Mountain valley district are ridiculous
ly low, as they range from $9 to $10 a acre
Mr. Pearson's offices in Winnipeg, Begins, and
elsewhere are now regarded as headquarters for
newly arrived homeseekers from the United
States.
TtlfiUlBRieBGI.PBBTBRTBOB
100 ROOMS, newly
famfslied from toe te
bottom. Ovorloollng
Lake Superior. Finest
rguipped hotel at the BOM
of the lake.
AN IDBAL RESORT
Thermometer nerot rises above TO deg. during
the summer months. Rooms with bath, targe clos
ets, not aud oold water. Beautifully equipped din
ing room, sad billiard room. TJnder the manag*.
meni of MARIAGQl and SKINNER, of the famous
MARIAGGI of WINM1PRG. American Plan.
8*2 te 85 per day.
THE B1BM118S1, WIHH1PE6
Most Posmlar Hotel In Western Canada.
Rooms single or en suite. Bath sod telephone la
every room. Ladies'
and gents' and private
dining rooms. Meat
la carte at all noun.
Located In the heart of
the business district
European Plan.
Rates, 4 te 85
per day.
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PIBBIS6SI0ND SKfKMB9 P80PBIET8IS
CANADIAN LAND8.
LANDS IN THE FAMOUS BEGXNA DISTRICT.
We have for sale some of the best lands In
Canada. Improved farms and open prairie.
Some splendid wholesale blocks at a bargain.
Prices low and terms easy. For information and
illustrated circular address Canadian office.
IOWA-CANADIAN LAND COMPANY,
C. A. FIELDS, Seo. Regina, Canada.
-OANOBS-I
R. D. Brans, discoverer of the, fa
mous Cancer Cure, rectoesfe aox one
suffering with oanoer to write him.
TWO day*' treatment wiU curs ny
oafrder, earteraal or internal. Mb
charce until cured.
R. D. HVAN3,r Brandon, Man.
f^ALLENS^
iJCCERINe SALVE
Is a sure cure (or Chronio Ulcers. Bone Ulcers,
SerotuloasfJleers, Varicose TJlcera.Mercur
lal UleereJFever Sores.Ganft-rene.Blood Pol
Honing, White Swelling, Poisoned Wounds,
aUsores of long standlng.Posltively never falls.Oure*
also Cats, Burns, Bolls, Felons, Uarbunelee,
Abscesses. For sale by druggists. Mall 86c and 60c.
J. P. ALLEN MEDICINE Tk)., ST. PAUL, Mnrv.
La Follette
is the name of Wisconsin's courageous Governor. JOHN QUNDis thename
of Wisconsin's famous pioneer brewer. The State of Wisconsin is celebrated
because of its climate and soil, as the best barley growing territory, and from
the very pick of its barley crops
I9IM:
has been brewed for over 50 years. The hops used in this
matchless beer is imported from far off Bohemia, and the water
bubbles crystal clear from a spring 500 feet deep. O account
6f its marvelous richness, mellow ripeness and snappy flavor,
it was awarded the Gold Medal at the S t. Louis ^World's Fair.
PEERLESS is undoubtedly a triumphant achievement in the art
of brewingand those who admire a really fine beer should
ask for it, and keep asking till they get It. Order a trial
case delivered to your residence this very day.
G.BEUOK.Manager Minneapolis Branch,
419-29 Twelfth Av. S. Both Phones 732.
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