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Mentor Murder One of The
Worst in History of North
THE MURDERED MA N WAS TER-
Claimed That The Murderer,
Guillette, Was Seen at Fer
As the details of the murder
of a man supposed to be Albert
Derusha one mile this side of
Mentor come to light, the crime
shows up in the light of the most
bloody, brutal fiendish ever re
corded in northern Minnesota.
From latest investigating the ad
ditional details are as follows
Derusha, and the murderer,
whose name is Pete Guillette
had been in the vicinity of Men
tor for several days. Friday
night the two men staid at the
LaPage farm and started hunt
ing Saturday morning.
That day no one seems to
know where they went but they
were seen in Mentor Sunday and
ate at the restaurant, the em
ployes ot which positively iden
tilled Derusha as did LaPage.
Sunday night they staid over
night at a farm house near town
and again started out hunting.
Monday afternoon the two
seen passing along on
the railroad tAiok by several
members ot the Mareaux family
who were picking up potatoes
not more than four blocks from
the track and not more than tive
or six from where the murder
occurred. A few minutes after
they passed the Maieaux family
heard a shot and 10 minutes later
a second shot, but were not sur
prised as at this season of the
year shooting is general.
Derusha was shot beside the
the railroad track, the first shot
taking effect just behind the ear
and tearing its way through the
back of the head and coming out
on the other side. The murder
er then took his victim by the
heels, Hopped him over dragging
him face downward down the
track over the uneven railroad
ties, later rolling the remains
down an embankment and drag
gmg them into the brush along
The remains were hideously
mutilated as the result of their
haying been dragged over the
rough ties and gravel. The body
was disfigured horribly and bore
no resemblance to a human being.
After the body had been
dragged to the brush Guillette to
make his work sure fired another
shot full into Derusha's face and
held the gun so close that the
gun wads-were buried in the dirt
on either side of the remains
about an inch deep.
Eight deputy sheriffs are scour
ing the country for the fiend in
Pickling and Canning Pears.
Fine Italian Blue Plums,
Green Bunch Onions.
Cranberries Cape Cod.
Pumpkins. Squash. Pound-Sort Apples.
20 oz. Pippins.
Cooking Apples 20c a Peck.
Detroit Table Apples.
Extra Select Bulk Oysters.
M. E. CARSON, Mgr
One thousand yards Calicoes
until sold per yard only 02
Two thousand yards best apron ginghams
and prints, nntil sold only 71
per yard Ht2*J
Dress ginghams, outings, etc., worth to 10c
a yard, inventory sale price only lrj
per yard tJ^lj
A large assortment 'of wash goods, ging
hams, etc., worth 12 L-2c to 25c, *J^rt
until closed out per yard 2^*
A large line of dress and waisting mater
ials, etc., inventory sale price Q/a
per yard only tsij
Table oilcloth during this sale
two yards for
human form who committed the
ghastly deed and it is expected
confidently that he will be round
ed up in a short time no matter
which way he went.
A telegram from Fertile today
is to the effect that Gaillette was
seen at Fertile last evening and
tried to buy a case for his shot
gun at a hardware store.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
No one who is acquainted with
its good qualities can be sur
prised at the great popularity of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
It not only cures colds and grip
effectually and permanently, but
prevents these diseases from re-!
suiting in pneumonia, It is also
a certain cure for croup. Whoop
ing cough is not dangerous when
this remedy is given. It con
tains no opium or other harmful
substance and may be given as
confidently to baby as to an adult.
t is pleasant to take. When all
these facts are taken mto consid
eration it is not surprising that
people in foreign lands, as well
as at home, esteem this remedy
very highly and very few are
willing to take any other after
having once used it. For sale by
Barker's Drug Store.
The world's most thrilling
drama, just as enacted by the
peasants of Ober-Ammergau, at
the opra housp tonight for the
benefit of St. Phillips Catholic
church. Admission 35 cents,
children 13 cents
Saves Two From Death.
"Our httlo daugh had an al
most fata! attack ot whooping
cough and bronchitis." writes
Mrs. W. K. Hayiland, of Armonk,
N. Y., "but, when all other reme
dies failed, we saved her life with
Dr. King's New Discovery. Our
niece, who h,.d sumption in an
advanced st.n.* also used this
wonderful medicine and today
she is perfectly well." Desper-
J-*,*^S.' 8 i
ate throat and lung diseases yield
to Dr. King's New Discovery as
to no other medicine on earth.
Infallible for coughs and colds.
50c and $1.00 bottles guaranteed
by all druggists. Trial bottle
Best Remedy for Constipation.
"The finest remedy for consti
pation I ever used is Cham ber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tab-
lets," says Eli Butler, of Frank
ville, N. Y. "They act gently
and without any unpleasant ef
fect, and leave the bowels in a
perfectly "natural condition."
Sold by Barker's Drug store.
The commissioners appointed
by Judge Clark to partition the
estate of J. J. Gordhamer, de
ceased, handed in their report to
the judge of probate yesterday
and the report was accepted. The
estate was divided among eight
heirs and was composed largely
of farming lands in Beltrami and
A Love Letter.
Would not interest you it
you're looking for a guaranteed
salves for sores, burns or piles.
OttoDodd, of Ponder, Mo., writes
"I suffered with an ugly sore for
a year, but a box of Bucklen's
Arnica Salve cured me. It's the
best salve on earth. 25c at all
Meeting of Stockholder?.
F. George, agent this city
for the Shakespeare Gold Mining
comp ny, has rece.ved no ice of
a meeting of the stockholders of
the company which will be held i
at Webwood, Ontario, November
1. The new stamp mill which is
now under construction is ex
pected to be complete by the
time set for the meeting.
Mankato Commercial College,
Mankato, will refund your tui
tion. No other school will.
ATI. O. O. F. HALL!
MISSISVA L. DUNNING
Humorous and Dramatic
Reader and Impersonator
Wednesday, Nov. 2, 8 p, m.
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Dress goods, silks and waistings, worth to
40c a yard, inventory sale price |Q^
Dress goods, eiderdowns, silks, etc., worth
to G5c a yard, inventory sale OQ/
price per yard ktJ\j
A large selection of dress goods waisting
cloths and silks, worth to 75c, QQ/a
inventory sale price per yard .Oe/V
A arge line of plain and fancy silks, worth
to $1.25 per yard, choice
per yard only
Mannish suitings and other goods worth to
$1 50, inventory sale price QQ/j
per yard only t/Ot
Monday at the Bazaar.
Ou entire stock of Dr Goods Shoes, Cloaks, Suits, Skirts,
Underwear, etc., is larger than ordinarily and must be reduced
before taking our annual inventory. accomplish this we are
going to offer big bargains in all departments. Below we list some of the bargains. If
these prices do not convince you come to the store and we will show you goods that will:
During this sale our entire stock of Men's, Ladies and children's shoes will be sold at
SPECIAL REDUCED PRICES
Remembe this sale opens Monda morning at 1 0 o'clock HmuSdmfoIiJ
PIANO TICKETS WITH EVERY PURCHASE.
coats Ne Fall
for Men' All-Woo Hose
double heels and toes regu
lar 20c and 25c Hose 1*?* O
special Friday and Saturday 1^2^
inf Kfi Men's White Yarn Mitts, guar-
^B, AtJIj anteed pure wool made ELg*
to sell for 25c special lOL
iHf p*** Men's Turkey Red Hankerchiefs,
tMxJ fast color sell for 10c the f
world over Fridav and Saturday tit
French Lisle and English Web
jftU ^"^S.^" *-J-"fe"^-'^%
Ladies' golf gloves, hosiery and underwear
inventory sale price 1Q/*
Ladies' fascinators, toques and underwear,
worth to 40c, inventory sale O^x/a
price only jUfj\j
Men.'s and ladies' heavy fleece lined under
wear, inventory sale price QQ/a
Ladies' outing flannel night robes, worth
$1.25 to $1.75, inventory sale O T
price only OtJ \J
Thirty-six inch black taffletas, peau de soie,
etc, worth to $1.50, inventory Qt/j
sale price per yard tJlJ\j
wm. EXTR A SPECIA ANNOUNCEMEN
Suspenders, fancy combina- special at
Definitely the Best
Business has never been so Good! 5
FURNISHING SALES Friday a^nd Saturday Bargains for Men and Boys.Broken lots are 5
receiving their going orders by having their prices cut so low no other Bemidji store can see how it's done. You
f|| should at least see them. |Bf
fOlp for Men's All-Wool Hose tions and solid colors Berlin and cross /fC/* Children's 3-thread Sweaters,
S ^^2^ double heels and toes regu-| backs the 25c and 35c kind tfk^ TCtM,/ double knit the 75c /K p?
tion and so
The Public unerringly knows the Best!
id colors Berlin and cross
backs the 25 can 35 kind "IQ/*
special Friday and Saturday l.t7
Men's Mule Hide Mitts, extra
heavy quality made with dou
ble seams sell at all stores for JA
25c special Jifjij
Men's Wool Sweaters full
four-thread English worsted,
blue, maroon and black, sizes 34 to 44,
double knit worth $1.50 Ck^xO
A lot of ladies' dress skirts worth $5 to $6
inventory sale price ^IfcO A
only eP^i. Oil
Ladies' fur scarfs, sold for $1.50 and $2,
inventory sale price Qft/
Ladies' tailor made suits worth
inventory sale price
$12 to $15,
Our entire stock of this season's style of
children's winter coats, jfv Kfl
worth to $7, sale price tjpO.OU
A large selection of new style ladies' cloaks
worth to $10, sale price ^5 P\(\
oasdispfayofFur & FurLinedGoats
Tike' style, browns K
and cheviots 50c kind for **J\J
Caps made in the new Iflf
luting Flannel Over
Shirts, collars attached dou
ble stitched throughout regu- Aflg) Wi
lar price 65c special ^xfxj