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Secretary Hitchcock Will Proceed
Relentlessly Against the
Land Grafters.
By W W Jermane.
disclosures in Idaho which have lust
beco me public lS j'"
reports just
agents. But I will say that the Idaho
situation is extremely bad. Twelve
persons were indicted last week by the
grand jurv. W have thirty-two con
fessions from other persons, and we
shall have over 100 witnesses.
"The report from our special inspec
tor, who has been quietly working up
these cases there, tells immense
frauds in northern and southern Idaho.
"We present no cases to the department
of justice unless we think we nave ba
sis for conviction.
The Fight in Nebraska.
"In Nebraska the last phase of our
the land fencing- eyil^is
r against
that the chiet offenders are ctymg iox
forgivene ss and merc y. They are
willing to tear down their fences, pro
vided we quash the indictments. Ou
answer is that we shall fight until
they are eith er convicted or acquitted
that there will be no compromise in
the department of
W purpose to put up with no more
nonsense, and offenders who have
blocked our efforts at conciliation in the
past will now have to get along with
such mercy as the courts give them."
Restored to Settlement.
The secretary of the interior ha re
stored 1,102,720 acres of land to settle
ment in the Bismarck land district,
which was temporalily withdrawn from
atfy form of disposal in connection with
the Bismarck irrigation project. These
lands, howeve r, will not be subject to
entry filing or selection under public
land laws until ninety da ys after "notice
by such publication as the commissioner
of the general land office may prescribe.
Belle Fourche Project.
Reports from Engineer Walter, in
charge of the Belle Fourche project, in
dica te that the construction of the inlet
canal is proceedi ng rapidl y, and that
if- not interfered with by unfavorable
weather, the contract of the Widell
!Finley company will be finished by Jan.
1. A present 100 teams, two shovels,
and two graders drawn by traction en
gines are engaged upon the work. Some
difficulty is experienced securing for
age for horses. Farmers are holding
crops for higher prices which they be
lieve will prevail next spring when the
work of construction begins on the res
ervoir dam Labor in the vall ey is ex
ceedingly scarce and commands high
The progress of the work on the
diverting dam has fallen off, owinff to
the fact that much ot the gravel deliv
ered for concrete has been rejected on
account of an excess of clay. Crushed
limestone from near Deadwood will be
used for the balance of the work.
Farm Unit Maps.
Final copies of the farm unit maps
of the Belle Fourche pro3eet are being
made and will be ready to file by Dec
1. Farm unit maps on school lands
owned by the state have been made
and filed with the land board.
Sugar manufacturers from Detroit,
Mich., have examined the proje ct and it
seems probab le that when the actual
i reclamation begins, one and perhaps
tw o, sugar factories will be established
The land reserv ed for a towusite
twenty-five miles east of Belle Fourche
and twentv-five miles north of Sturgis,
will probably be needed for th is pur
pose during the coming summer, and
recommendations for the survey and
subdivision in town lots will be made at
early date.
Many Inmates at Stillwater Pen Sleep In
Special to 3fe9 journal.
Stillwater, ftfinn No\ 13 Theie ai
now 714 pusonerg at the penitentiary
and owing to the ciouded condition,
many have to *lee on cots in the corri
dors. E. Buck, -who,was brought here
from Mankato to serve a te im of six
years, is working in the laundry while
suffering from an injured ankle When
able, he will be given other !\or
M. Raffeitj managrei of the Aitkin
levator, was senouslj injured a fall
was brought here foi tteatme nt I is
believed he is injured intez-nalK
Pittsburg, Nov. 13.The old city hall
was crowded today when President Sam
uel Gompers called the American Fe d
eration of Labor to order for the open
ing of the silver anniversary of the or
ganization. Al the delegates, repre
senting every state in the union, Can
ada, England and other foreign coun
tries, were in their seats.
President Gompers is out for re-elec
tion, and it is generally believed he
will be successful. The majority of
other officers are also candidates for
re-election, and it is likely that no
changes will result except fifth vice
president. Thomas I Kidd is not a can
didate for another term. W Ma
hom, president of the Amalgamated as
sociation of Street and Electr ic Rail
way Employees, will probably succeed
Chicago, Nov. 13 Colonel Stephen
Vaughan Shipman, a well known archi
tect of this city, died early today.
furnished the designs for the hospital for
insane at Elgin and Anna, 111 and also
for those at Oshkosh and Madison, Wis
No Appetite
Means loss of vitality, vigor
or tone, and is often a pre*
cursor of prostrating sick
ness. This is why it is
serious. The best thing
you can do is to take the
great alterative and tonic
Hood'sSarsaparilla Which has cured thousands.
Secretary Root and the Adminis
tration Feel Concern Over
the Situation.
Speciale Servicen.
nodt Washingt on f^Lft.* ,a!mr fau
prepared to. sa that the 1 and irauu
Wshington, Nov. 13.More concern
iock today "after he had looked ovo^".gX^S^^JSw" fallh* to 86
reports lust received from his special ^KWW. ,i have no bot too
such as that whi ch was observe, du
i ng the boycott agitation.
To impress the natives of the south
ern provinces, in one of which, Kwan
tung, live American missionaries were
muraered some days ago Rear Admiral
affair i unerstoo
muvB1I1 ul
ampaign, whi ch has there been direct- headw al aUt
has bee
^""CTvTrJTv 'r, ""Lar7v' nVmnathv campaign was Bet forth in the follow-
Sh^urtfforts'has g^en^insYSo'/s editorial, transmitted to the state
to its officers to go to the bottom
"The reason I am no willing to for
ive and forget is that we have been
or two years trying to harmonize the
situation so as to permit grazing, if we
eould do so on fa ir terms to the govern
ment and the cattlemen, but some of
those who are now seking mercy occu
pied themselves then in manipulating
the state legislature an causing the
postponement of our efforts in congress,
so that our harmony program was de
the vicinity of Canton. cabled the
oo DM 4i-.
a almost
cheek it
Object of Campaign.
large influence in China, has been 68'
pecially active in the campaign against
the United States. The object of the
"The agitation is no longer against
the American government, but against
the American workingman. I must be
remembered that America and China
are extremely unlike. I America the
people have supreme power. About 90
per cent of these people belong to the
working class, which means that the
will of the labor prevail s. I is the
labori ng class whi ch turns out the goods
sent to China.
"America is whol ly dependent for
reveniw'unon'hexnorr" trade""eiffht &i
JTL"ZZ !*r'^ ^P^rS'nSr.
er goods than if we were to declare
into the way of Chinese reasoning.
Secretary Root is studying the sit
uation in China with the utmost care,
Complete Winter Outfits.
The Great Plymouth Clothing House.
Journal Special Service.
Wilkesbarre, Pa. Nov. 13.Rev.
C. E Mogg of the Centr al E church
ol this citv, in a sermon yesterdav, ap
proved of the increase in the prices of
oil and steel because, he says', it pro
vided extra money for churches and
Russia Will Suppress Polish Move
ment, if PossiblePanic
on Bourse.
Sto.uPt etersbu,Nov
The formal proclamation' of martial law
th-admiistration regarding turn Russiarng Polan d13.4:3t0hp.m. and pro
huaetsh ofoe htheJPolisnhmr
or nine-tenths of whi ch is with China. igj^or Straus of New York, in which
If. we refuse to buy American goods, ^Tt
American revenues will suffer to the I
extent of 80 or 90 per cent. I is evi- i
de nt on the face of this that it will
libraries. Ha said"
"Whatever people say about Mr.
Rockefeller, he is the greate st passer
of the hat in the country for the exten
sion of education. When he wants a
million or two for the Chicago univer
si ty he simply puts another half cent on
the price of oil and we all contribute
for the good work. I am glad he does
th is and uses the monev as he does. I
I were able, I would do it, too as long
as my method was within the law."
FOR $359,000 THEFT
New Yor k, Nov. 13Harry A. Leon
ard, the young Wall stieet clerk who
stole $359,000 worth of securities from
the City National bank recently, was
today sentenced to thnteen or fourte en
months' imprisonme nt Elmira re
formatorv. p^aded guilty and
Judge MeMahon, sentence,
1 saido he believed the boy's story that
the securities agiving an objeet les
son to Wall street of the ease with
which such thefts might be made. Al
the stolen securities were recovered.
Grand Forks Damage Suit Settled Out
of Court.
GRA\D FORKS. X. Ihe cases of Mrs I
\ita Stewart and her daughter Hiss Mjitlel
Stenait, against the Northwestern Telephone
(ouipanv. on ihe calendai for trial at the I nited
States term of court to be convened tomorrow
have been settle!] Mi^ Stewnt asked for
$10,000 and hei daughtei for S",00 for
juiies received in a runaway which wab caed,
it is claimed, by a -wire belonging to the com
pany becoming entangled in the wheels of their
buggy Both women narrowlv escaped death
and both were seriously injured. While lfce
amount of the settlement has not been made
public, it is understood it was for an amount
little below $5,000.
Judge Fisk of the district court has made an
order appointing Alexander Tnackery, consul
general for the United States at Berlin, to take
depositions in th ecase of North Dakota and
Wineman, special administrator, against
the Travelers' Insurance company The action
is brought to recover $1,500, representing an
insurance carried by Otto Schmidt, who was
killed in the Great Northern powerhouse at
Larimore It is not believed that Schmidt has
any relatives, and in that event the amount
should revert to the state
The Grand iorks government land office will
go out of business on Saturday, Dec. 30, when
it will be consolidated vith the Devils Lake
office, in compliance with an order made some
time ago by Secretarj Hitchcock The local
office was opened in 3882 and all of the federal
domain included in the district was settled on
a year ago, since which time the business has
bten entirely in final proofs and contests. An
Inspector, who has been here for a week, has
taken a full Inventory of the government prop
The contract for the furniture for the post
office in the new federal building was awarded
to Maly Bros of Cincinnati for $3,100. There
were four other bidders The postofflce will be
moved to the new building next May.
The second annual state convention of the
Y. W. C. A. has. closed, Miss Esther Anderson,
general secretary of religious work, delivering
an address at the Presbyterian church. Miss
Myra Fishback, state secretary, conducted a fare
well service for delegates The attendance thru
out the convention was large.
Large Foundry May Move There from
Nebraska To-wn.
IfcADWOOD. S. D.The Downie-Wright Manu
facturing company of York, Neb., has decided to
move its immense foundry plant from York to
some point in the Black Hills, either Deadwood
Snearfish or Rapid City.
Spearfish has offered a bonus of $25,000 for a
foundry, twtf blocks of ground, water power and
other inducements, and it is auite probable that
the location will be made at that place. The
foundry intends to supply the machine wants of
the Black Hills and will employ about 200 men.
The new plant will cost about $160,000.
MXICAH RAPIDS. MINK.The car famine
struck this city about a month ajo when ship
pers, wanting twenty cars, could only obtain one
The conditions regained that way until Satur
day, when a tratnload ot emptya cam In ana
were quickly loaded, tb* elevators being full
to their capacity^ j*&}> &&&&?,
'e Amec aa t!ol to suppress movme npani-c to people!" SeeretaTrynd"Boot deemei "i secure autonmy almosetpr ceated a advisable td wathe aorities at on the bours toda^Imena1 ^ga in
The city is full of rumors to the ef
fect that the imperial ukase was issued
over Count Witte's head at the instiga
tion oef hte reactiarie s, whic ihs
aent f.
ic fleet, is collecting a strong force in ^tion
staed wi tohn positivenesh aequiv- the
*t's retirement, but it
state department yesterday that he had Count Witte favored and impressed
left Shanghai with the battleship Ohio **e za th^ advisably of x^or-
and the transport General Alava, which
has marines aboard.
A gener al uprising against foreigners,
such as occurred during the Boxer out -r
break, is not apprehended. But the' grievances of, thei Poles had been re-
boyco tt movemen ti initiated
taken upon the premier's
sum-1 pressed a nyd th etyh had been placed upo
gie says:
nc i 0
be worse for Ameri ca for us not to buy ible crimes being committed there ire
war against her This is the best to humanity had not the history of the
bring her to terms. past shown us scenes equally demoniac.
Chinese Reasoning. not be discouraged, however. Under
the law of evolution we must steadily,
This editorial is of course, full of tho slowly, march upward and finally
misstatements, but it gives an insight rea
and has come to the conclusion that the Hef of the Jews in Russia. The repre-
causes which have produc ed it must sentatives of fifty-five organizations of
be eliminated before there can be that Jewish workmen have raised $2,000 and
complete friendliness between the two resolved to make the subscription $15,-
people so necessary to satisfy political 000, while at a mass meeting in East
and commercial intercours e.
ing Finland's constituti on and revers
ing the policy of the Bussification of
the grand duchy. But to surrender
autonomy to Poland after all the old
equalitwi Russians the counn
ible to considered, would onlyea prelude to
an attempt to set \vp "the ancient king
dom as a separate entity and Trould in
volve ultimately eith er the dismember
ment of the empi re or the necessity
the revolutions of 1831 and 1863.
I was regarded as wise, therefore,
to take the bull by the horns and let
the Pol es understand that the* separate
movement would not be tolerated and
that until they ca me to their senses,
further efforts to place in operati on
the reform manifesto would be sus
Many Cities Contribute to Succor of
the Persecuted.
New York, Nov. 13.Adrew Carne
gie has contruted a check fo $10,000
thv 5 ?V"3n
felie wafisb attached. to alerter sent
only too glad to send you the
ged as a contribution to the fund
your coreligionists in Russia. The ter
the true conception of the broth
erhood of man."
The clothi ng and merchant tailoring
trade has subscribed $3,000 for the ie
Broadway $1,000 was subscribed and it
was voted to raise $30,000 additional.
I one meeting in Brooklvn $4,000 was
raised, and at other meetings smaller
amounts were collected.
I Other Cities.
The national relief committee, of
which Oscar Strauss is chairman and
Jacob Schiff treasurer, has receivec?
word of funds rais ed in mass meetings
in cities as follows: Baltimore, $10,-
000 St Louis, $15,000 Chicago,
$13,000 San Francisco, $8,000.
I Philadelphia large meetings were
held yesterday, ah'd fun ds subscribed.
I half an hour, at one of the se meet
ings, $20,000 was raised.
-A.-fc ineetxrLg^s Ole-velaxi*^. Kansas
City, Milwaukee, Pittsburg. Cincinnati,
Louisville, St. Joseph. Mo., Wilkesbarre,
Pa., Omah a, Sioux City, De Moines a'n'd
Portland Ore., thousands of dollars
were subscribed.
Appeal to Christians.
London, Nov. 13.Pathetic scenes
were witnessed last night at a gathering
of 10,000 Jews of the East End of Lon
doW in the great assembly hall at Mile
End, where a memorial service was held
for the Jews recently killed Russia.
The hall was draped in black and the
majority of those in the audience wore
emblems of mourning. A the chanting
of the fifth chapter of Lamentation's
almost all present burst into tears and
mournf ul wailing.
Rabbi Schewzeik, in his sermon, made
an eloquent and touching appeal to
Christian's to come to the help of the
Jews, who, he said, for 200 years had
amly protest ed against persecution
and could hope for nothing unless the
Christians out of their justice and char
ity endeavored to piocure for them jus
tice and fieedom. in coivclusion,
suggested that all Jews go into deep
mcuimng for a month and to devote the
proceeds of their self-denial to the re
lief of their fellow sufferers in Russia.
Pargo's W C. Will Establish Club
in Business District.
FARGO, After some month*, discussion
the 1 aigo W has determined to estab
lish a "ln and lunchiooui downtown for th
working girls and strangeis in the it^ Theie
ha\e bean some instances in whh stiange gills
have been unfortunate, and it is thought if the
club had been in opeiation the danger would
have been greatlj lessened
Judge Amidon and othei officials of the Tjnited
States couit leave toda% foi Grand Forks to
hold a tern of couit JTiere aie five ciimmal
actions, none of which are of great impoitance.
Seven civil actions will be heard among them
being two of the Farmers' Independent elevator
at Denbigh against some insuiance companies
to recover for giain lost by fire. The suits
have had foimer hearings. The insurance com
panies oppope pamen on the ground that the
amount of wheat claimed to have been lost was
stated as more than the actual loss. The wheat
had been mortgaged to Edwards-Wood company
prior to the fire
As a result of the war waged by the state
board of pharmacy against unlicensed men selling
drags, George R. Cook, a well-known merchant
of Gardner, this county, was arrested and fined
$50 He conducted a genet al store
The citizens of Brie, this county, turned out
en masse to assist in the celebration of the
golden wedding of Mr. and Mis. Delamater.
A public dinner was served a hall and this
was followed by a reception. Many presents
were given the popular couple. Mi Delamater
is a well-known farmer and an active political
The gambling paraphernalia of Alex Weiser
was ordered destroyed and Weiser was fined 525.
He was recently arrested on complaint of a man
who claimed to have been swindled out of his
money in the Weiser place. The alleged victim
disappeared before the hearing
Sma ll List of Property Offered at Min
nehaha County.
SIOUX FALLS, S. D.The annual sale of
property in Minnehaha county on which the
taxes for 1904 have not been paid will be held
today at the county courthouse in this city.
It will be the smaUeat list of delinquent prop
erty offered for sale in Minnehaha county in thf
last twenty-four years 'In some of the town
ships of lie county every cent of taxes has
been paid.
The local aerie of Eagles has secured a suite
of three rooms on the second floor of the Met
ropolitan block and will fit them up for club
rooms. One will be used as a reading-room,
another for a card-room and general gathering
place, and the third for the buffet Gambling
in any form will be prohibited in the club
rooms The new clubrooms will be formally
opened on Wednesday evening, Nov. 22.
At a meeting of the local business men, W.
B. Sherard, superintendent of the South Dakota
Children's home In this city, brought to the
attention of the business men the matter of
securing for Sioux Falls the nest annual gath
ering of the national organization of charities
and corrections The Board of Tra"de has taken
hold of the matter and an energetic effort will
be made to capture the gathering for Sioux Falls.
The local Elks lodge is arranging for the
observance of the annual lodge of sorrow. Ex
alted Ruler Winana has announced tha
Monday Evening, THE MINNEAPOLIS JOURNAL. Yl./,/\ November 13, 1905." V""V..
Aged Prelate of Methodist Church
Dies Suddenly of Heart
w*. vwyjt vf frwn
Methodist Bishop of Chicago Who Died
Suddenly in New Jersey.
,A. t:o:::x. .,i,
iJlnesg cam
uw xcLk
as might le ad one to lose faith in decided to hold special services for
ing denly in the evening. Physicians who
were hurriedly summoned were unable
to stay the course of the paralysis.
The conference decided today to ap
poi nt a committee to accompany the
body bato Chicago. I was also
VJliWK aia
Bishop Merrill before the conference
closes tonight.
Stephen Mason Merrill has been one
of the leading bishops of the Methodist
church since 1872. was born in
Jefferson county, Ohio, in 1825, and en
tered the Methodist ministry in Ohio,
when he was 21 years of age was
the editor for several years of the
Western Christian Advocate, a publica
tion devoted to the interests of the
Methodist church, and has written
numerous religious works. Since his
election as bishop he has resided in
Chicago, having jurisdicti on over Chi
cago and the northwest especially, al
tho he was active in the work of the
church in other parts of the country
and abroad. A the last general con
ference of the church Bish op Merrill
was placed on the superannuated list,
retained an active interest in
church work nevertheless.
Journal Special Service
London, Nov IS. Balfour and
Chamberlain are entering upon the
crucial stage of their struggle for con-,St
trol of the conservative machine at the
impending general election. The con
servative caucus meets at Newcastle,
next week and Chamberlain has her
alded the gathering by driving Captain
Wells, its official head, to resign be
cause he favored parliamentary candi
dates professing Balfour's vague, in
tangible retaliation theories as op
posed to Chamberlain thoro-going pro
tectionis m.
I certain protectioni st resolutions,
to be submitted by Chamberlain's
friends, be adopted by the caucus, Bal
four must either accept defeat or swal
low Chamberlain's policy in order to
retain the leadershi p.
Washington, Nov. 13.The question
of abolishing or modifying intercolle
giate football, in view of public crit
icism of brutal features of the game,
will probably be considered at the
tenth annual meeting of the associa
tion of piesidents of state universities,
which opens here today. The meeting
includes, with few exceptions, the exec
utives of all the state universities.
Detro'it Man Accidentally Kills Help
meet in Their Home.
Detroit, Mich., Nov. 13.James
Thorburn, president of the "William
Elliott compan y, yesterday accidentally
shot and killed his wife at their home
on Second avenue.
The Thorburn home was robbed re
cently, and at his wife's request Mr.
Thorburn took home a new revolver to
be kept in the house for her protection.
Soon after they arose yesterday Mr.
Thorburn carefully explained to his
wife how the weapon worked, and then
reloaded it
noticed a spot of oil on the re
volver as he was about to put it away
and undertook to wipe it off. The
cloth caught the trigger and exploded
a cartridge, the bullet striking Mrs.
Thorburn the teinple and instantly
killi ng her
Mr. Thorburn is nearly crazed over
the accident.
First Annual Exhibition to Held at
Beresford, S.
ELK POINT, S The Southeastern South
Dakota Poultiy and Pet Stock association will
hold its first annual exhibition at Beresford, this
county, Dec 18 to 23
More lhan 550 entries have already been re
ceived and a full thousand are confidently ex
pected. J. E. Redding of Beresford is secre
tary and Judge Wymer of Ottumwa, Iowa, will
Judge the birds Something over $500 la Pre
miums will be offered.
Valuable Lumber Burned at Anaconda
to Kill Glanders Germs.
ANACONDA, MONTIt Is not often that a
Are department is caUed on to stand bj- and
Watch property burn, or that a corporation
touches a match to some of Its own buildings
for the" public good. This was witnessed in
this city when the Anaconda Copper Mining
company burned sheds containing several thous
and dollars worth of lumber in order to kill the
germ* of slanders left in the buildings by some
afflicted horses.
The sheds were partly dismantled to take*
ihem away from the electric light poles and
wires, and straw and rubbish were piled inside.
J. B. Mcintosh applied the match and Foremen
McCabe 2nd Brush superintended affairs.
The flames spread furiously and the heat drove
back the big throng of spectators and com
pelled the firemen to throw two streams of
water on adjacent electric light poles. The brick
kiln for drying lumber was the last to burn.
The. property destroyed repretented'an original
outlay of probably ?8,O00. If had depreciated in
he has value, but the lumber and brick as salvage alone
Six Indicted in New York and
Important Clews Against
Leader Secured.
New York, Nov. 13.The death of
Bishop Stephen Men-ill, Methodist
Episcop al bishop of Chicago, was an
nounc ed here today thru a telegram re
ceived by the Methodist bo ok concern. *~v,r^
of this 'city. died at 11:1 0 last marked "protested,
night of paralysis of the heart while at 2,000 marked void.
Keyport, N I judication alone there are enough votes
Bishop Merrill had been attending to change the result of the election,
the conference of the issionary socie The legal squabble following the
ties ofe the Methodist Episcop al church meeting of the boards of canvasse rs is
in Brooklyn. Yesterday morning he capable of being dragged out for
preached in the Fleet Street Methodist months,
church of Brooklyn and in the after-
Keyport tm conduct even-
New Yor k, Nov. 13.Six indictments
in New York election-fraud cases were
returned today by the grand jury and
sxx bench warrants were immediately
issued. Th indictments were all for
2 i men who are already under arrest,
charged with illegal voting.
N district leaders or prominent poll
ticians were included in the indict- endanger the" welfare^ of mankind
ments. but it was said at the state at .t
torney general'a office that John Krup,
one of the men under indictment, has
made statements thru which it is ex
pected to reach a more important of
returns. The Hearst lawyers assert
that the tally sheets afc'd returns do not
balance and -will demand a rectification.
of errors that appear on the face of the
leturns. Under the law, it is the duty
of the boards of canvassers, in this em
ergency, to direct the election inspectors
deal with hA ballots wh cn\\ wer setT tracts fo teweek'
aside during the original count and
placed in envelopes marked "pro
tested" and "void."
Theear more than 5,000 ballots
and more than
I their ad
Journal Special Service.
Beaver, Pa., Nov. 13.J. S. Mitchell,
candidate for register and recorder,
was defeated by the largest democratic
majority ever piled up against a\repub
lican candidate in Beaver county. A I
eally helped* to defe at the enterepub
lican county ticket. Mitchell has been
in office four years. sought to be
re-elected. I is alleged he had filled
the office with his relatives until every
one of his sons and daughters and
other relatives except his wife held
county positions.
John Anderton, the democratic can
didate opposing Mitchell, had made it
the burden of his campaign that
Mitchell employed. his children in" the
office but not until' the slogan of
"Everybody works but mother" was
sounded did he make any advance in
his canvass. I is claimed that the
parody besides defeating the who le re
publican ticket, turned the county over
to Berry for state treasurer.
SIOUX CITY, IOWA.Mrs. Margaret O'Con
nor, mother of Rev. Father P. O'Connor, a
prominent Catholic priest, died from asphyxia
tion at her home here eaily yesterday.
STILLWATER, MINN.The funeral of W.
rndle Warren win be held today at tb.e rest
uence ol ale lather ta tnlB city. The services
a the residence -will be conducted by Rev.
J. Kennedy of the First Presbyterian church,
and Masonic services will be conducted at Fair
view cemetery by St. John's lodge No. 1.
A. F. and A. M. The parents of the voung
man arrived from Bismarck last night with the
BBMIDJI, MINN.-Bemldji mourns the death
of Porter Nye, the first white man to settle in
Beltrami county. He was the county's first
superintendent of schools, and at the time of
his death was court commissioner and treasurer
of the school board. He has been president of
the Beltrami County Old Settlers' association
from its organization.
SHELDON, N. D.-James Rhinehart, aged 20
years, died at the Aylen hospital of typhoid
fever after an Illness of several weeks He
was the only son of E. P. Rhinehart, and grad
uated this spring from the Lisbon high school.
ANNANDALB, MINN.Mrs. Mary Dagenais,
who suffered for several years with paralysis,
died yesterday at her home at French Lake The
funeral will be held at St. Ignatius chapel to
morrow morning.
Nearly all the stores in our line
offer you shoes at prices the same as
ours. But that does not signify
that they gi ve you the same good
For reasons we've mentioned
many times, not one of them can af
ford to or does sell as good shoes
for the same price as we do.
Ask some of your friends who
know us and they will tell you this
is a fac t.
Then come and gi ve us a trial.
Inward piles, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust of
Food, Fulness or Weight In the Stomach. Sink
ing or Fluttering of the Heart. Choking or
Suffocating Sentitiona. Dizziness on rising sud
denly. Dots or Webs before the sight. Fever and
Dull Fain in the Head, Deficiency of Peisplra
tlon, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh. A few
doses of
will free the system of all the above named dis
For the past two years I was suffering from
nervous dyspepsia and constipation. After eat
ing I would have a sensation of heaviness in the
stomach, feel like vojalting. pain and dizziness
In the head, iind then I would become nervous. I
tried everything that was recommended to me. I
was almost in despair. At last a friend per
suaded me to try "Radway's Pills,"- which 1
did. And I am glad to say that they not only
relieved me, but positively cured me. Even after
taking them only a few days a regularity of the
bowels was established, and the dyspeptic symp
toms disappeared. Now I feel like a new person.
B. S. TREXLER. Allentown, Pa.
Price 25 cents per hox Sold by all druggists,
or sent by maU on receipt ot price.
RADWAT ft CO., 66 XLS ST., V. T.
Londoner Says Birth Rate Must
Dimmish or World Will Be
Journal Special Service.
London, Nov. 13.The constant la
ment over the decline in the birth
rate in the United Kingdom brings out
a startling argument in the Standard,
showi ng that not only in England but
in the entire globe the population is in
creasinn at a rate so alarming as to
he legal battle between lawyers there is some unforeseen change in con-
representing Mr. Hearst and Mayor ditions of life.
MeClellan will begin with the taking up says the time is not far distant
of the returns from first district. In when the rate must not exceed one birth
junctions and court orders of various for every two hundred marriages, or all
kinds are expected from both sides. people must die before they reach 20
There are two phases of the canvass-1 years, or they must destroy one another.
ing, each to be made the subject of sep-1
arate proceedings. The first point will I OA\/v^/pYj*p/ T7T TWITE
be the numeric al discrepancies in the ouUlJLI x.\) JuLJilAlii
The writer shows th a.t at he present
ratio births and deaths the popula
tion of the United Kingdom seventy
years hence will be doubled, making
83,000,000, a number which the British
isles cann ot possibly suppo rt unless
Journal Special Service.
os Angeles, Cal.,
!S iiTaoly specified district to make a re- King, manager of Walter Scott, the *& right soon.
count of the ballots and correct the re- i
turns. I thorized Charles A Taylor, playwright hope vanishesthe come the brood-
The second phase of the contest will'and theatrical manager, to close con- ing, morbid, melancholy, everlastimr
Death Valley miner-millionaire, has au- But she doesn't get all right," and
nl -rwri-4-V, 4-\\ "Ko 11 rt^cf itrDl*ea BO TTftP.TSt TArT +DTn I Tiraal^as 'HP'r'f flTJin T\0 PQ a-f I T"T TTTP13 "!^p,e
the Grand operahouse, New York, be
ginning after the holidavs, of a
be starred thruout the country. Tay-
the ventur e,
Blanche Bates has been offered a
large salary to become leading woman,
lung says Klow & Erlanger will book
Scottv thruout the country and on an
European to ur next year.
Mob Breaks Into Jail and Takes Out
Murder Suspect.
Journal Special Service.
Tort Worth, Texas, Nov. 13.A mob
of a hundred bro
kie intos tT
little song entitle d, "Everybody Works suspected of murdering Elias Howell,
but Mother," did (he job and it practi- white, last Thursday, ten miles from
the ja il yes
ther cell five negroes-
terd at morning at Henderson, Texas,
Henderson. Three of the negroes, John
Reese, Robert Askew and Henrv Schor
row, were lynched and left hanging to a
tree on the public square. The two oth
ers only witnessed the murder of Howell
and were not lynched.
becomes a necessity.
*J Mocha Java, 25c.
i Stamps with 1 lb.
*i%J Tea at 40ft.
/CA Stamps with 1 can
i"" Baking Powder at
Phone your orderw
will send the STAMPS.
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Health Fully Restored and the Joy of
Life Regained
When a cheerful, brave, light-hearted
woman is suddenly plunged into that
perfection of misery, the BLUES, it is
a sad picture. I is usually this way:
She has been feeling out of sorts'*
for some timehea has ached and
back alsoha slept poorly, been quite
nervous, and nearly fainted once or
twicehea dizzy, and heart-beats very
fastthe that bearing-down feeling,
a.TL d-u.ri.Tig Ixer- Tnexi.s-tira.al -period, she is
exceedingly despondent Nothing'
pleases her.v Hers doctoa saysu *'Cheeerblli
Xov. 13.RoT
If you have some derangement of
the female organism write Mrs.
Pinkham, Lynn, Mass., for advice.
Fur Quality
Is the most important point to be
considered in buying furs. Purs
admit of as much deception as do
jewels. The only safe way is tc
ln from a. lioxise of experience
and reputation, whose judgment
can be relied on and whose repu-
tation is such that fair dealing
Albrecht's "Correct Furs"
have been made and sold in the Twin Cities
For Fifty Years
and are more popular today than ever before. Out-of-town
send 4c in stamps for Catalogue No. 9.
The Original House of Albrecht. Established 1855.
Originators and Manufacturers of
612 Nicollet Avenue, Minneapolis.
St amps with 1 lb.
[T-VJ Tea at 50C.
Stamps with 1 lb.
Th Minneapolis Journal is the $
8 most progressne newspaper in the &
entire northwest.
Albrecht Son
Best of AU
Phones 1236
521 Nicollet Ave.
n. II ill
courage gon
Don't wait unt idl your sufferings have
drama'of western life/"entitled T^^ drivnyo dpair, with your nerves
ty," in whi ch the eccentric miner will
a Ld ieas E Pinkham's Vege-
lor is writing the play and holds a table Compound. See what it did for
contract with Scotty to inve st $100,00 Mrs. Rosa Adams, of 819 12t Street,
Louisville, Ky., nie ce of the late Gen-v
eral Roger Hanson, C. S. A She writes:
Dear Mrs Pinkham:
I cannot tell you with pen and ink what
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has done for me I suffered with female
troubles, extreme lassitude the blues,'
nervousness and that all-gone feeling. I was
advised to try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound, and it not only cured my female
derangement, but it has restored me to perfect
health and strength. The buoyancy of my
younger days has returned, and I do not suf
fer any longer with despondencv, as I did be
fore. I consider Lydia E Pinkham's Vege
table Compound a boon to sick and suffering
'Albrecht Correct Furs."
20 E Seventh Street, St Paul.
All This Week V-
I Stamps with three
1 pkts. best raisinsr"!
or currants, pack
ag e, 10c
g Stamp* with seven
1 bars best BORAX
Laundry Soap 25c
for one on
Regular Amounts
Butter and Sugar.
Pwlnsulars, Garlands, Stewarts and Radiant
Nomas-Must Be Closed Ou This Month.
Tne Exclusive Stove House
Great Western Stove & Repair Co.
312 Hennepin Avenue, Near Third Street*.

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