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ITWENTY MEN WANTED
BUSINESS MUSIC ART
We want twenty men in and around
Warren to take O acres each at
wholesale prices. A tract of one
thousand acres has just been put on
the market and will be sold before
Feb. 1st at wholesale prices. Afiter
that date you cannot buy an acre of
land left in this tract for less than
$100 to $150 per acre. We have sold
several thousand acres near and ad
joining this'tract at from $100 to $150
Town of two thousand across the
lak.e^railroads, etc. Fine sand beach
over three miles of lake frontage
located on the east side of lake. Only
six miles from the famous fruit and
poultry ranch Honeymoon Place.
Splendid orchardsgood neighbors,
etc. See page 33 of the Xmas Koo
tenay 'Magazine for more particulars
about this wonderful tract. You can
buy a fifty acre tract and sell forty of
It to your neighbors and make some
money besides have a ten acre tract
left for yourself free. Write at once
and plan on going out to select your
tract before the date of our
next excursion. Our land offerings
are so good that we are glad to have
people go and inspect them before
they buy. Remember we sold to over
400 people during the year just closed-.
See the names of most of them on
page 8 of the Xmas number of the
Kootenay Magazine. Their addresses
are given and some of them may be
your friends. Read them over care
fully. The maps and terms as well
as The many illustrations will repay
you for your trouble in sending for it.
ALBERTA GRAIN RANCHES
We have some of the best Improved
grain and stock farms for sale in Al
berta. The price per acre will run,
for good farms, from $10 per acre up
to $60, depending on improvements
and proximity to towns or markets.
State what part of Alberta you want
to invest in and we will send ypu
prices and terms. Tell us just how
much you have to invest and then we
can save time and trouble as our list
is very large. Wild lands in blocks
of from 160 to 10,000 acres.
GOOD BUYS IN SASKATCHEWAN,
MANITOBA, MONTANA, WASH-
INGTON, OREGON AND NORTH
Rememberwe can sell you any
thing anywhereif its land or busi
ness opportunities. But give refer
ences, amount you wish to invest, and
where, and we will do the rest.
Farm Loans, Real Estate and Insurance
If you wish to Buy, Sell or Rent City Property,
Call on me, it will ue :o your Advantage'.
I write Fire. Accident,
Burglary, Theft, Plate Glass
and Tornado Insurance in
several of tho Oldest and
Strongest Companies at
lowest rates consistent with
safe and sand business.
Steamship Tickets to and from Europe by all
First Class Lines tor Sale.
The Minneapolis Dollar-Hotel
200 MODERN ROOMS
Located in Heart of Business District
$1.22 SINGLE RATE $1.22
CUROPLAN RATE FOR TWO PERSONS $1.60
PRIVATE BATH AND TOILET EXTRA
AND FIREPROOF CONSTRUCTION
(INSURANCE RECORDS SHOW NO LIVES
EVER LOST IN A SPRINKLED BUILDING.)
EVERY ROOM HAS HOT AND COLD RUNNINC,
WATER, STEAM HEAT, CAS AND ELECTRIC
LIGHTS, AND TELEPHONE SERVICE.
SEVEN STORY ANNEX IN CONNECTION.
Through the Metropolitan
Surety Company I can fur
nish Probate, Insolvency,
Judicial and Fidelity Bonds
and miscellaneous Bonds
and Guaranties on bids and
ARE THE BEST
when you buy light weight eatabg enginesYou waste time
and money because they are always out of season.
Lundgnn-Wtttautm 9 C*
Lundaren-Wittensten & Co., Warren, Mian.
Why don't you plant your st
oat of season?Became you wool
waste your time and money-Jusi&o
Have you ever hacl the ple^sup of picking nice ripe, jucy peach-
es or pears from the tree ^rid|^ating them? Have you always
bought your fruit? If you have you do not know what it is to live
in ideal fruit growing country ^yhere you can go into the orchards
and pick,* in season, luscious peaches, pears, grapes, cherries,
APPLES, plums, apricots, etdf etc.
The readers of the Sheaf can now own such a place
and be independent for lifeif they wish it and have the least spark of ambition in their blood.^ Our
ranchers in the famous Kootenay Lake district of Southern British Columbia are making from $250 to
$750 per acre for every acre of orchard. Government reports show that they have made as high as
$1,600 per acre from apples in our district. But it is being done. Ranchers are making a good living
on from five to ten acres right there now. You can surely do what others are doing. Many have
gone onto these farms and have come from city offices who have never seen a fruit or poultry farm
before. They have made a success from the start. So can you if you are wiling to work. Or we will
for a small additional cost, clear, plant and take care of your orchard for you for five years and you can
share in the profits during that time. In some cases that share will almost keep up your payments.
Write orjcBll on our local agent, Mr. Henry E. Converse, at 411 Main Street, or write
the head office in St. Paul and full particulars will be mailed you at once. Give one reference, state
amount you wish to invest and where you want to locate and a free copy of the famous Kootenay Mag-
azine will be mailed you. Ask for the Xmas number it's a hummer. The regular subscription price
is $2.50 per year or 25c for sample copybut it's free if you use the coupon at once.
W. F. CLARK ACCUSES PRISON
OFFICIALS OF "BROKERAGE
REASON FOR INVOLVING GOV.
Declares Men Conspired to Drag
in to Avoid Punishment
A SMALL INVESTOR
as well as the monied man has just as good a chance with us. You can start as low as $10 down and $10 per month
on a five acre tract(no interest) or you can secure a discount of 5 per cent for yearly payments or if you pay all
cash you get a discount of 10 per cent. Clear titles on completion of payments. Taxes very low. Over 200,000
people from the states settled in Canada in 1912. Investigate for yourself and see what others are doing. Have
you yet heard of a single case where the people from your district have invested in Canada lands and have lost
money? On the contrarymost of your friends have made fortunes. Eau Claire and this county is full of examples
of people who have become rich in a few years through their efforts in Canada investments. Can not you do what
others are doing? A.11 you need to do is to make the startand we will assist you.
Join the Eau Claire colonyseveral have already made up their minds to invest. We want 100 men and
women to join us from this townbuy now and and visit your holdings as soon as possible, or have some one of yonr
friends select a tract for you at once before the prices are advanced.
INTERNATIONAL FRUIT & FARM LANDS CO.
Head Office: 805-7 Commerce Block, St. Paul, Minn.
707 Globe Building, Minneapolis, Minn. 818 Somerset Blk., Winnipeg, Canada. Lock Box 167, Marshalltpwn, la.
H. E. CONVERSE, District Manager, 411 Main Street,
Eau Claire, Wisconsin, Phone Red 1209.
Over 200 Branches and Agencies in United State and Canada
Albany, N. Y., Feb. 25.Harry K.
Thaw will be asked to tell Governor
Sulzer's committee of inquiry, what he
knows about the most recent attempt
to procure his release from Matteawan
asylum, where he has been confined
for five years for the killing of Stan
Bitter Attack Made.
This announcement by the commit
tee followed a bitter attack by William
F. Clark,^former secretary of the com
mittee, upon what he termed the "so-
called prison ring."
Clark, who "has been accused of us
ing Governor Sulzer's name without
the executive's authority in an at
tempt to release Thaw, was permited
to take the stand. Immediately he
launched into an attack upon the pris
on authorities including Colonel Jo
seph F. Scott, superintendent of state
prisons, and Dr. John \v\ Russell, su
perintendent at Matteawan. Dr.
James V. May, chairman of the state
hospital commission, also was con
nected with Clark's insinuations.
So-Called "Prison Ring."
Clark^ declared that in January
formation came to him that the "so-
called prison ring" vas made up of
Superintendent Scott and his "immed
iate underlings," and was engaged in
a conspiracy to involve the governor
so that they "might be retained in
their profitable business in the broker
age of pardons." He declined to di
vulge from whom he had received his
information, but requested that Thaw
himself be questioned.
Accordingly the committee will hold
a hearing at Matteawan, probably on
Thursday, to place Thaw upon the wit
ness stand. He will be questioned re
garding allegations that the govern
or's name was used without authority
and. also concerning a charge marie by
Incorporated Capital, $500,000-Paid-up $250,000. 7"**!^
Clark that Dr. RusselT received $25,000
to bring about Thaw's release, $11,000
of which Clark says Dr. Russell re
turned. The committee also plans to
examine Thaw's bank accounts.
At the hearing Colonel Scott added
his corroboration to that of Dr. May
regarding Dr. Russell's assertions that
Clark told Russell "it would be pleas
ing to Governor Sulzer" if Thaw was
released. Dr. Russell also described
his dealings with John N. Anhut, 'who
he said offered him the $20,000 bribe.
Magazine Writer Summoned.
The committee decided to summon
Alfred Henry Lewis, a magazine writ
er, who recently visited Thaw Augus
tus'Roeder, who had been investigat
ing reports that Clark had used the
governor's name without authorization,
and H. A. Hoffman, a Pougkeepsie de
tective, said to be in Thaw's employ.
Clifford L. Bears, who said he ap
peared as Anhut's attorney, announced
that Anhut would appear and formally
deny that he had attempted to bribe
Clark said he learned of the "con.
spiracy" a month ago and immediately
informed Governor Sulzer that he was
inv "great danger."
"Governor Suteer told me to go
ahead and investigate," Clark con
tinued. "During my investigation I
learned that in the early part of De
cember Dr. Russell sent for Harry
Thaw and asked him if he would like I
to get out. Thaw naturally said he)
would. Dr. Russell said:
'You've been making mistakes in
the way you have proceeded. Now I
will suggest a lawyer for you and I'll
guarantee you'll be out of this place
in a very short time.'
"Thaw, acting on the advice, of Dr.
Russell, handed an agent of Dr. Rus
"Dr. Russell was to release Thaw
during the latter part of December,
but getting $25,000 seemed to be sq
easy he decided to make another
touch, but aNfurther amount was not
forthcoming and Thaw was not
liberated. Dr. Russell told Thaw that
he could not be released for at least
six or eight months and handed back
$11,000 of the $25,000 they had orig.
"This fellow Thaw," volunteered
Clark, "has been nothing more than
a human meal ticket for those people
,r Sending of Troops Indorsed.
TPIerre, S. I)., Feb. 25.A resolution
tadirsing the action of President Taft
In sendins troops to the Mexican bor
der was 'passed by bpth houses of tb
Over Four Hundred Settlers
Purchased' land from us in 1912-
over 1000 will buy homes of us in
1913. Perhaps more. We hope so.
If they will only come and see this
wonderful Kootenay LaTce district
who read this advertisement, there
will be tens of thousands. There are
good things being bought and sold
every daywhy Isn't this an oppor
tunity that is just what you are look
ing for? All we ask is tor you to
investigate it. You know our local
agentyou know would iibt handle
anything "shady." Alrightcall and
see him. You do not place yourself
under any obligation in the least.
Read what the Chief of the Dominion
A. McNeil, -Chief of the Dominion
Fruit Division of Canada, says: "I
have come to the conclusion'that the
only district in British Columbia that
can produce fancy apples is Kootenay
Lake. The soil and climate are won
derful, unequaled anywhere else in
Canada. The classifications for "fan
cy fruit" it might be explained, is for
fruit that is practically perfect."
This should have some weight with
youthis district has been raising
fruit for thirty years. It's just across
the line from Spokaneonly a little
ways from the Bitter Root Valley ir
rigated district. But we are far
enough west so that we do not have
to irrigate and as irrigation is ex
pensive, we make that much more
money from our orchards and get a
better class of fruitirrigation- makes
fruit woody and pithy. Don't take our
word for iteat an irrigated apple
and then eat an apple grown in our
district. That's all we ask. Kootenay
Lake is known as the prize-winning
district of B. C. and the west because
our crops are grown from natural
rainfall. And we are far enough
east so that we do not have to con
tend with the RAINY SEASON of the
Most of the members and the heavi
est stockholders of the company have
their homes in this Kootenay Lake
districtthey live there and they
want you for neighbors. Get a copy
of the Kootenay Magazinefree for
the asking. Tells all about it.
THIS COUPON GOOD FOR $35.00
and the amount will be credited on
any purchase made of us on or before
Feb. 1st, 1913, and it also entitles the
holder to a free copy of the Kootenay
MagazineXmas and New Year's
number. Amount to invest
Where you wish to locate
Your nationality -T
NOTEThis $25.00 is given our
purchasers as an Xmas present, and
only one coupon is good for every five
acre tract, purchased at the prices
and terms given in the Xinas number
of the Kootenay Magazine. This
does not apply to purchasers of
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