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%e Ear, Now and Throat.
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Rev. E. F. Wheeler, Pastor.
Sunday School with Men's Bible
Class 9:30 A. M.
Horning Service 10:30 K. M.
Jeroior Christian Endeavor.. 2:00 r. M.
Christian Endeavor Meeting 6:30 P. M.
Bvening Service 7:30 P.M
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automobile, accident and death in
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Jteal estate bought and sold.
Legal documents executed, loans
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of Inventions wanted by manufactur
ers and promoters, also Prises offered
far Inventions. Patents secured or
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FkMN Fifty Raids
On Trial TMftf Tin* far
Murder of Colonel iwope.
OR. HYDE A6AIN FACES JURY
Once Found Guilty, but Verdict Was
Kansas City, Jan. 16.—The third
trial of Or. B. Clark Hyde for the
murder of Colonel Thomas H. Swope
The physician is accused of admin
istering typhoid germs, cyanide and
other poisons to Colonel Swope, who
died in .October, 1909.
Dr. Hyde was indicted on the mur
der charge March 6, 1910. and at his
first trial was found guilty and sen
tenced to imprisonment for life.' The
state supreme court reversed the case.
The' second trial was baited by the
escape of Harry WaldrOn, a juror,
from the custody of the marshal.
Judge PorterneM declared a mistrial
and discharged the jury.
EFFORTS TO MEDIATE
Tiin strike Van.
New York, Jan. 16.—Efforts to
mediate the dispute between fifty
Eastern railroads and the Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and Engine
men over the demands of the roads'
firemen for increased wages and bet
ter working conditions have railed and
a strike ballot has been ordered.
Charles P. Neil!, United States com
missioner of labor, and Martin A.
Knapp. presiding judge of the United
States commerce court, have been act
ing as mediators under the Erdman
act, which, had been invoked by the
parties to the controversy. Commis
sioner Neill made the announcement
of the discontinuance of mediation
conferences, stating that both Judge
Knapp and himself agreed that the
time was not ripe for efforts along
About 35,000 men are affected.
N AND PROVISIO
Duluth Wheat and Flax.
Duluth. Jan. 20.—Wheat—To arrive
and on track—No. 1 hard, 87%c No.
Northern, 86%c No. 2 Northern,
84%c May, 8»%@88%c July, 90c.
Flax—On track and to arrive. $1.29%
Jan.. $1.29% May, $1.32%.
South St. Paul Live Stock.
South St. Paul, Jan. 20.—Cattle
Steers. $email@example.com cows and heifers,
$firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $4.25@»».25 feed
ers, $email@example.com. Hogs—$firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheep—Lambs, $email@example.com wethers,
*firstname.lastname@example.org ewes, $email@example.com.
Chicago Grain and Provisions.
Chicago. Jan. 20.—Wheat May,
95%@93%c July, 90%c Sept., 89%c
Corn—May, 51%c July, 52%c Sept..
65%c. Oats—May, 33%. July, 33%c
Sept. 33%c. Pork—Jan.. $18.50 May.
118.72. Butter—Creameries, 24@33%c.
Eggs—17%@22%C. Poultry —Tur
keys, 15c chickens, 13c springs, 12c.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Jan. 20.—Cattle—Beeves.
$firstname.lastname@example.org: Texas steers, $4.70(^5.70
Western steers, $5.40@)7.15 stockers
and feeders. $email@example.com: cows and
heifers, $firstname.lastname@example.org calves, $7.00@10.
50. Hogs—Light. $7.!i0@»7.55 mixed.
$email@example.com% heavy, S7.firstname.lastname@example.org
rough, $email@example.com pigs, $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sheep—Native, $4.'ir»'?86.ir yearling?.
$email@example.com: lambs, $6.75(3)9.1)0.
Minneapolis, Jan. 20.—Wheat—May,
88%c July, 90c. Cash close on track:
No. 1 hard. 88%c: No. 1 Northern. 87
@88*»c: to arrive, S7®S7%c No. 2
Northern, 85@8B%c No. •', Northern,
83@84%c No. 3 yellow corn, 43@
4S%c No. 4 com. 42@4?Vfec No. 3
white oats, 31c to arrive. 30%c No.
3 oats. 28%§29%c barley. 47@61c
fiax, $1.30% to arrive, $1.30%.
all a -fcsa"
State Legislature Now in a Position
to Get Down to Real Labor of
,,. Appointment ot the standing com
mittee* of the senate and house was
the point of interest at the capitol.
Important chairmanships assigned
in the house are as follows: Appropria
tions, Andrew Davis, Elk River banks,
R. J. Lindberg, Henning corpora
tions, Frank Hopkins, Fairfax educa
tion, A. J. Peterson, Dawson elec
tions, N. J. Holmberg, Renville grain
and warehouse, C. M. Bendixen, Mor
gan insurance, Thomas Frankson,
Spring Valley judiciary, C. N. Orr,
S O GREED'**" «nP»y«»
House Committee Reports on White
Detroit, Minn., and in Washington.
GORED TO DEATH BY A BULL
Sody of Victim Almost Unrecognisable
His aide crushed, three ribs broken
and with blood spattered on the rails
of the farm fence, William Bohm,
fifty-six years of age, of the town
of Minden, in Stearns county, was
found by relatives near the gate
leading from bis barnyard, evidently
gored to death by a mad bull, which
was pawing the ground near his vic
MAY ADD TO SUPREME COURT
Bill in Minnesota Legislature for Two
There is a move on foot in the leg
islature for two assistant associate
justices of the state supreme court.
The Schmahl liquor resolution Went
to the house buildings committee.
Then are propositions in the house
favoring election of Federal judges
providing for public meetings to dis
cuss legislative measures providing
$3,000,000 tor the university.
A bill for county sanitoria was of
fered in the senate.
Senator Cook wants uniform pas
senger rates for all. Representative
Bendixen wants strong mads to give
Typhoid Vaccine Free.
Anti-typhoid fever vaccine will be
supplied free of charge by the state
board of health to physicians of the
state upon request, according to ac
tion taken by the board. Dr. W. A.
Jones of Minneapolis was re-elected
chairman and Dr. B. .(. Merrill of
Stillwater was re-elected vice presi
dent. The branch laboratory at Man
kato was continued for another year
by arrangement with Mankato physi
tRVTNEN AND SISTER
s^lhMftf ftt ^*^!VTeuaggrenr
St. Paul labor, W. A. Campbell, Min- age. son of tne late Samuel S. Baton,
neapolls reapportionment, C. H.
Warner, Aitkin roads and bridges, R.
C. Dunn, Princeton state prison, L.
C. Spooner, Morris taxes, T. T. Ofs
thun. Glenwood telephone and tele
graph, J. G. Lennon, Minneapolis
temperance, H. -A. Johnson, Fergus
Falls university, C. L. Sawyer, Min
neapolis workmen's compensation,
J. B. Sanborn, St. Paul.
Numerous changes in chairmanships suing from the room. He and a friend
are made in -the list ot senate com- rushed in and after a futile effort to
mittees. Senator W. S. Dwinnell of And some one to open the apartment
Minneapolis is made head of the com- door broke it in. They found Eaton
mittee on taxes, superseding Senator
Carl L. Wallace.of Minneapolis, who flames. Frits threw his own overcoat
is chairman of the corporate commit- *bout the man and managed to ex
tee. Senator G. P. Wilson is relieved tinguish the flames.
of the insurance chairmanship and'
Senator John Moonan of Waseca giv
en this place, while Wilson is made
head of the new committee on cities
of the first class. Senator V. L. John-1
son of Center City, former chairman]
of temperance, is made reapportion-'
ment chairman, and O. O. Dale of
Madison, formerly chairman, of edu
cation, heads the temperance commit-
tee. Senator D. A. Duxbury of Cale- «P» county, chairman of the
donia is made chairman of the edu- *«»a»*ttee. Introduced a reedu
cation committee. O. H. Sullivan is ^'w0*1"* that the house commit
made chairman of the new committee accounts and expend^
on penal institutions. turea make a thorough
Uon of these departments.
The Lundeen resolution
of Whit^ Earth reservatio have
been the victims of the greed of
lumber companies, tp.at legislation
backed by certain M&iiesofa^-mem
bers of .congress has resulted in the
"exploitation and despoliation" of the
Indians and that the Clapp "rider" of
1906, which granted mixed blood In-
dians their lands in fee simple was a institutions in and around St. Paul
"dreadful blunder," the congressional may be made the subject of an inquiry
committee appointed to investigate by the Pujo committee now probing
conditions at White Earth made its the affairs of the so called money
official report to congress. trust.
Congressmen James R. Graham ofi understood that Chairman
Illinois and Henry George, Jr„ of New pujo and Samuel Untermyer of New
York, members of the committee, york, counsel for the committee, are
visited the Minnesota reservation in now in telegraphic communication
February last and took the testimony with persons in Minnesota supposed
of witnesses at hearings in Minneapolis, to have knowledge ot Mr. Hill's re-
Bohm was taken unawares while on The fire went out and, thinking there
his way to the field where his sons was no danger, be poured some more
were loading hay. His body was al- gasoline on the cloth.
most unrecognizable when found. The
null was shot immediately after the
discovery of the body of Bohm.
Uvea WnUOCrsasiwa, Lake
erf the »eei ,"^
Qatar thirty-one year*
his Siste Alice. »inetee»
years, mat death while attempting to
cross Lake Pepin at Lake City.
The brother and sister set out in a
single rig to visit their parents at
Bogus Creek, just opposite Lake City. I
Evidently they had struck a crack
in the ice, which gave way on either
I side and formed a trough which filled
I with about seven feet of water. /The
rescuers who responded to cries
for help found difficulty in reaching
the drowning persons for the reason
that the horse and rig were on top of
them. It required fully twenty min
utes before the horse was rescued
alive, but by that time both the young
and woman were dead. The
young man had been kicked in the
head by the struggling he -se and evi
dently had been instantly killed.
Younggren was a traveling salesman.
FELL ASLEEP WHIL
Couch Catchea Fire and 8t. Paul Man
Burns to Death.
Cyrus S. Eaton, forty-five years of
a St. Paul pioneer, fell asleep on a
couch in his apartments in the Len
nox flats in that city with a
lighted cigar in his hand. The cigar
Bet fire to the covering of the couch
and Eaton was fatally burned before
his plight was discovered.
Andrew T. Fritz, Btate public ex
aminer, was passing the corner on a
street car and noticed the smoke is-
W*g on the couch enveloped in
MAY PROBE DEPARTMENTS
Resolution in Minnesota House Pro
First steps looking to a drastic re
organization of the state administra
tive departments were taken in the
state legislature when W. I. Nolan
for Sundays and holidays
durin the session, was recommended
for indefinite postponement by the
TW..O..-.V-*,. .u /,u .,- house rules committee. A law on the
a thAt honM
employes shall be paid for these days.
MA PROBE BANK MERGERS
Pujo Committee Takes Notice of J. J.
James J. Hill's merger of financial
cent financial operations. Messrs.
Pujo and Untermyer were in consul
tation relative to Mr. Hill's alleged
purchase and consolidation of a
chain of banks in Minnesota.
BURNS COST LIFE O FARMER
He Was Using Gasoline to Thaw Out
Charles Freeman, a farmer resid
ing near Comfrey. is dead from burns
received in a gasoline explosion. To
thaw out bis pump be set fire to some
cloth, which be bad previously soaked
I in oil and wrapped it around the pump.
There was an explosion and the
burning oil scattered over Freeman's
clothing. His wife and hired man
heard bis cries and managed to get
the burning clothes from his body.
His wife's hands were badly burned.
LAST SURVIVOR IS DEAD
Minnesota Woman Escaped Indian
Massacre of 1857.
Mrs. Irene Thomas, aged eighty-eight,
last Iowa survivor of the terrible Spirit
Lake massacre of 1857. is dead at
her home in Albion, la. Mrs. Thomas
witnessed the killing of her son, Will
iam, and the wounding of her hus
band in the bloody affair of March 26,
1857, when the Sioux Indians were on
the warpath following the uprising at
Spirit Lake on March 8 preceding.
That part of the masaecre which
Mrs. Thomas witnessed occurred in
the southern part of Minnesota, near
where the town of Jackson now
SNOWED UNDER IN HOUSE
Resolution to Deprive Minnesota
Speaker of Patronage.
Representative Lydlard's resolution
to deprive Speaker Rlnea of patronage
was snowed under in the house by a
vote of 108 to 6.
The first bill of the session, an ap
propriation bill, was passed by the
house. It also passed the senate.
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Loans and Bonds
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