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BRYAN WON
HIS SUIT
The Connecticut Judge of Probate
Held that W. J. Bryan Had Not
Used Undue Influence*
An Official Order Will Be Made To
morrow When Bryan Reaches
Tl)at State.
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 6.—Judge
!,Cleveland of the probate court today
announced he had decided there was no
undue influence by William J. Bryan
over the late Phiio Bennett in the con
struction of the latter's will. The seal
ed letter about which!there has been so
much contention was not incorporated
in the will. After the court announced
he would make the formal announce
ment .of the decree tomorrow because
of Bryan's absence he adjourned the
1
shiras re signer-.
#1
Washington, Nov. 6.—The president
has accepted the resignation of: Oliver P.
Shiras. judge of the'federal court ofjthe
northern district of Iowa, to takeJ ef
fect Nov. i.
FREE
HOMESTEADS
You will have to hurry to
jet a good timber
claim, to be opened
Nov. lO,
'03
I Send Ojie Dollar for descriptioii
and full information. We can lo
ypu .'a'nd do it right. The
bulk of this land is in the northern
impart of Beltrami County.. If you
decide to be located by 'Us, yotir
dbllarwill be applied to the regui-
Jjfr fee, Address jr I'
1' 5^0*
Dakotah Land
Roosevelt
rj
•*f\ "i-
,v.'
There's satisfaction in
using Falcon Self-Rising1 Pan
cake Flour because the cakes for
breakfast are always just so. The self'
rising flour does away with experimenting,
prepared.. V*:
:£«i»t*r«/
uick!y
Falcorl
Self-Rising
Pancake Flouf
contains the parts of wheat, corn and fye that are best for
the stomach. A delicacy—yet a most
This is an excellent recipe for
Waffles or Gems
Two cups Shannon Mott Company's Falcon Pancake
Flour, one cup milk, two eggs, one tablespoonful sugar.
piece butter size of a walnut. Mix the ingredients
thoroughly before adding the flour. Us* no yeast or
baking powder.
Falcon Pancake Flour at the
best grocers*
SHANNON S. MOTT COMPANY,
"'V Millers of Falcon Pure Foods.
feV. .. Des MoinM. Iowa.
ERNST HAS MORE TROUBLE.
£t. PaiM M#n Charged WlthDelrauUlng Catflw
iBc Priest*. y-s
5'- ir"*
St. Paul, Nov. 6."—Casper J. -Ernst,
capitalist and promoter, who' has been
out on bail of
$4,500
pending th£ hear­
ing on charges of-, embezzlement and
forgery preferred by Father Metzeler,
a Catholic priest of Chippewa Falls.
Wis., was surrendered by his bondsmen
last night and is now in the custody of a
deputy sheriff. The action of his bonds
men, one of whom is Ernst's brother
in-law, is said to be due to a sensa
tional development in the case as a
result of the investigation which has
been going on since his recent arrest.
Ernst is said to have received large
sums from people throughout Minne
sota, Wisconsin and eastern states to
be invested for them at a high rate of
interest. Many of his clients were
Catholic priests who sent on their pri
vate fortunes for investment. What *°.c?.u.n*
the total amount of^ money so received
was is not yet defintely known, but
investigators claim that it was in the
neighborhood of
$200,000.
Pekin, Nov! 6.—Yuan Shai Kai, vic
eroy of the Chinese Li Province, who
was dispatched to Mukden by the Dow
ager Empress with instructions to in-?
vestigate affairs and if possible to ar
range a settlement with the Russians,
did not go any further than Tien Tsin.
It is- now considered doubtful whether
he will go to Mukden at all. The
Chinese aremoret enraged at the Rus
sian proceedings at Mukden, than they
have been by any events since the tap
Hire of Pekin. Some of the hot headed
from the council here advised the Dow
ager Empress to-declare war on Rus
sia and send troops ,to release the Tag
tar general whose -detention at. Mukjlen,
growing out of the decapitation of the
Chinese bandit who had enlisted in the
Russian service, but who fell into the
hands of the Chinese after the Russians
had evacuated Mukden, is the e^use
of much irritation.
How aboufyour fixtures, are you fittingup ^iiew hfcsiise
or arcybu toning iip your.old one? Our fixture patterns are
of the newest design, come in and look them overawe believe
we can suit you—Whatever you need in the line of Gap *n4
Electric Fixture^ or Supplies, we can furnish you. Our elec
i i s a i e e v e y i v e e e s o n
w
v v,ti
Ho'vae Whrlotf,
Electric Motor*,
Ittytlilagla
$£r
ro
'•n
i & A
A Lttrfc® Number of
-Virginia
Since his ar­
rest Ernst has filed a deed of trust to
John D. O'Brien, .his attorney, convey
jng to him, with power to sell, two
office buildings in the business district.
This property is estimated to be worth
^200,000,
but Ernst has only an equity
11V it amounting to. about
$30,000.
GROWTH QF. MACARONI.
Sioux Falls, S. D.,Nov. 6,—Over,
000,000
bushels of' macaroni whefcfr has
been grdvvn in this state the past year."
M. A. Carleton of ,the idepartmeht
of agriculture has majie. a statement
in part as follows:
THE CHINESE WOULD
The Celestials Are Aroused Over Russia's
Action at Mukden.
'XShf,
THE i FIELD GOAL KICKS:
5
to
3?
These and other questiohs bearing
on the subject Have been asked with
frequency and with persistency, es
pecially since the game Saturday be
tween Chicvago and. Wisconsin, and
the opinion on almost every side is that
the rules should be changed so that
three 'points and not five be given for a
place or drop kick. Thus the eleven
with a good kicker might have an oppor
tunity of holding another, eleven even
provided the kicked were able to make
two drop or place kick goals to the op
posing te'ams' one touchdown. Accord-,
ing to football critics this seerr\s to be
the correct ratio. Let the touchdown,
and goal following count for as much as
two field goals. Certainly when a kick
gets the same credit as A touchdown,
somebody is going to puffer, and it ifi
always the team whicn is nqt fortun
ate enough to have a first-class man
to boot the leather.
Walter MacCormack, of Northwest
ern, who has proved himself -to be one
of the foremost coaches in the west, is
in favor of the change, and fye hopes
it will be brought about soon. "It
seems to me that to almost anybody this
allowing a place or a dr6p kick goal
as.*?lu
-a?
a
fair," he said. "It is unfair, ,b^cp,\^sfi ex
pert kickers are born more than {ney.are
made. What I mean is that out of
forty or fifty candidates for a fdotball
eleven not one can be developed into a
good kicker. Then, again, some little
out-of-the-way', college or high, school
will turn out a man who without any.
coaching will be able to put bajl
over the crossbar five titijes^. oijt". of
seven-"
CORONER ARRIVED TOO SOpN
An pjtf© ^chool Marm Wasn't
st*
t'fyf
a.
"While the price of macaroni wheat
has neivef been more than to cents be
low No. i northern, it nrust be re
membered that it is' an independent
crop.
"The public has yet to learn the great
value of macaroni-flour for bread.^
}i-
Havana, Noy. 6:-—Tlle seftate took ,\VP
the na'tiphal, lottery 1jll and passed the
firsi article/ It is beUfved that, the bill
will pass both houses' of congress but
the majorities in its favor willt alojt '%e
sufficient to overrule the certain Veto
of President Pakna.
The Indians'Arrested
THE EABOO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 6, 1903
i'
Mont.,' Set&i
are dead, a number more burned and
perhaps scores lost in the .underground
workings of Kearsarge Mine, caused by
a fire which started this morning. The
mine is located at the siimirtU, eight
miles from here. The known, dead are
Superintendent R. B. Turner,..a miner
Hatned Tobins an^l five others so bfidly
burned as to unrecognizable. These
were recovered. Fifty or seventy-five
are still in the mine. The mine is qwn
ed by U.. S. Senator Millard of Nebras
ka and is valued at $1,000,000.
6.-Whj^iSy»ld a
Chicago, !N*v.
man with an educated leg have the:
power, to defeat an entirie football
eleven? Whv should he be allowed to
make as many points either with a
place kick or a drop kick as an entire
eleven working in unison?
Why should not the number of points
for a gbal from a place or a dfrop kick
be cut from
touchdown is un-
Oir—r (MM, ''.is \,
A
Pomeroy, O., Nov* -Mis»i Kate
Bradfield, years old,'and'a prdniipttit
school teacher, cut .her throaf trofri |e#ir
to ear with a razor at her home, near
Harrisonyille. She had just returned
from a visit to Indiana, and arriving'
home went to bed and slept two days
and nights before she could be ^waken
ed. When $he was Anally arpused she
was a raving maniac," and getting hold
of a razor slashed "her throat.
A doctor was ^t once called and pro
nounced her dead, and Coroner Stew
art was notified and went out to hold
an inquest. In examining the supposed
corpse he fojtnd that life .was not.yet
extinct. Restoratives were admini$tei
ed and she revived and is stillr alive^
but she can survive but a short Gloucester,. Mass.. Nov. 6^-A large
3?ALMA WILL VETO JT -Vrtifrnh^r of riistinsrtKi^hpfl" nri
iiurnber of distinguished' speakers" arc
to be heard at the tftirtyrsevcifth an
nual convention of the Y. M, C. A. of
5
The Cuban lottery bill Was suggested
as a substitute for the taxes leVta)
sugar, tobacco, liquor# and niches
littdfer the new soldier'% fay law: Dur
ing the last session
ot
cofigfes^-.Presi­
dent Palma declared his intention of
vetoing the bill should it* adyocatei suc
ceed in passing it. 'X
WYOMING GETS THE INDIANS.
for
Murder WW fto fec
tamed
to Wyomlnr.
Sheyennej Wyo., ^Ov. 6.— e
quest of GoVernor Chatterton on' the
federal. government for the retntit of
nine Indians who were tapture^itfiear
Edsemont, S. D., was compli4^Jrith
i^a the prisoners were turned 46
"tv*"riiott and -the -pr"""
y will. be,,eharg(
jff Miljer,: and
i* Ates JoJlpwpd
the
state
the
the punjshi
rtrf .i-'
ktes Mar«hjtl E. A,
Vfrontj" Washihf
tor DptifltM
ON Tilt CORNER,
VENINSUiaR
!. MASSACRED
-i*x s
South Afrkan Tiibesaien Mflssocrai
[an Entire German Colony—Ooloi
nists Died Fighting*
/-,€£#-
Cape Town,, Nov. 6.—Official advices
here 'fully confirm the massacre at
Warmbad, Damaral and the German
southeast Africa by the Bondelz war
tribesmen. Germans gallantly fought to
the end but were overwhelmed. _*It is
believed none escaped.
"BOILER EXPLODED./
Columbus, O., Nov. 6.—While har
Vesting a field of corn for ensilage with
4 machine operated by an old traction
engine the boiler exploded killing Engi
neer Charles Pepper and "injuring sev
en. one, John Delgam, fatally. Profes
sor Vernon Davis and several students
were among the injured. i
Massachusetts and Rhode Island, twhich
opened here today 'and Will continue
through Sunday. Some of those who
will -address the gathering- arrp Rev. A.
C. Dixon, D. D., of Boston, S. M.
Sard, state secretary of the Pennsyl
vania association^ artd L. -W Messer,
general secretary of the Chicago as
sociation. v
The convention will consider every
phase of association ^vork with es
pecial emphasis placed on boy's^ work,
county.^ork and religious worl^yVT
DOGS POISONED 'C^
Cooperstowfn Sentinel: Suit was
brought' .in justice't&ftrt last- week by
Wm. Anudt against Charley Arndt, ,to
recover the value of a couple of dogs:
alleged to have been poisoned by the
a e v
went
E' HAVENT the tihie itbPthe{to w^istr to tell ydti,\vhat WE
think ot ourselves or our furniture store, but we are kept very busy
by many customers, who always gfp'way satisfied, and are living- advertisements
irid as 6ur%t
ocks^are all new and fresh, strictly up-to-date, no accumnfatio# of
twenty-five years'standing, we are in a position to make buying more easy
and satistactory to'you.
1
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State of North Dakota, Cotittfa^
Cass^i?: ..
About one thousand bushels of pota
toes in cellar under the residence of
said defendant, situated on the north
east quarter of section twenty-six
township-one hundred^ and forty
range foi ty-nine
150
O NV RNTI
{jfrJL
s
The case was taken up Thursday
afternoon and tried before av jut-y.
The jyry
4lid after about three hours, deliberti
tjjan reported that they could "rtot
wree,-
And they wefe then ^iscliar^d,
jptd an adjournsB^ -tSjjlfeii until 5^e
^ocV- ffa- Tne«(^fAli^EHfeftnt. when j^e
v^cftfte was again-ad)0»i^9 until Nov.
"&• 5ALE^B0JCG ARREST-
jn
,whjff^3
on a}
lai
a
a|?p
bushels of wheat ift grana.ry west
of house, s. w bin.
600
bushels of oats
ill same granary. ...
10
v-
•,
i bay horse/'-ealled, Sf^Nt^^ICO
lbs., about
years old.
1 white horse, called Noble, wt. 1,250
lbs ,, about II years old-
12
v
1 white marp. ^allfd Topsy, wt. 1,200
lbs.,
years old.
1 bl^ck holrse,
qalifecv
Johnson wt.
1^900 lbs., 6 years old. v* .• 1*4
1 brown mare, calle® Minniey .s wt.
.i3op,.lbs.t'.9
years old..
4
sets of double teaTn harness.''
1 black milch cow. red heifer, 3
years old.
s
..
i Wpods mower. 1 Thomas hay
rake. I Kentucky shoe drill.
17-foot Deering harvester and tirine
binder. 4-horse peg tooth harrow.
1 Dowden potato digger. 1 McCor*
mick harvester ai^d binder. 1 5-too.th
sulky cultivator.. .1. combined spring
wagon. 1 new Aspinwall potato plant
er.., -.i/--,. :v
And that J. ^hall ofr ijtoA
te.w4be
'i...
A. D.
1903,
njimed Pj
the abov'
said iudi
two nun
out at about 6 o'clock
i«fe W.
STOVES
Nov,,
at the hour of 10
o'clock a. m.,of Vaid day, at the front
door of j^e /c^d^e«fA ^«n^anVoct
E. Vi Sec. 20I T. 140, R. 49, in said
county and. state, proceed to sell the
right, title, and interest of the above
nincty-fi
cruing costs of sale,
same from the 13th Hity, i
the rate of 7 per cent per
lie auction, to the higBeSt^tfidder
cash.
17.
H: ltwT(irfi|
Dated •Fgy
interest oil the
at
TREADW&
riiey.
Everybody is surprised at the number
bf stoves we have to select from. We
have Cheap Stoves and some of the most
beautiful stoves, that will burn wood,
lignite, soft coal- or coke successfully,
fend at prices that are $s to $8 cheaper
on the same size of other makes. ,•
Guaranteed Boncfo
i
With each store to give satisfaction (jr
tnoney refunded. It will be money'ln
your pocket to investigate our assortment
before pakjng your mind. Jt^cs
from
v:
$1.50 up to
«. PIANOS...
A good manjr are taking advantage
of our low prices on pianos and organs.
lDon|t buy until you look us over. We
can and do save you money.
Licensed Undertakers and Embatmers
'6i
y
... ...
R^bew*~Gv -Sh itrlodc, admini stratrt*'
of Wm. C. Shurlock, plaintiff, vs. Pat
rick W. Kennedy, defendant.
Notice is hereby given, that by virtue
of an execution to me directed and de-"'
livered, and now in my hands, issued
out of the clerk's office of the Third
Judicial District Court, state of North
Dakota, in and for the county of Cass,
upon a judgment rendered in s.aid court
in favor of Rebecca C. Shurlock, admin
istratrix of Wm. C. Shurlock, plaintiff,
and against Patrick W. Kennedy, de
fendant, I have levied upon follow
ing described personal property of
said defendant,- to-wit:
^Chicago,
Milwaukee
St Paul R. R.
TRAIN SCHEDULES.
Wkhpaton, Falrmoout,
Oraesrllto, St. Paul,
Niniie«todiu, points
Mst aod south Aber
deen, Mitchell and
Bloax City
The PIOMBBR LIMITED, famous train
of the world leaves Minneapolis U p. 01.
and St. Paul 9:30 p. m. dally. Ttate trata
is a marvel of beauty and perfection.
UqalpMa with private compartment cars,
first cUibs standard sleeper wltli berth
higher, *)der and .longer than those of noy
other SMtper In Amerlpa buffet drawing
rooap smaker, free ebsfr car coaches—cui«
boAriOf atl home comforts.
Fir tickets, full Information reffardinc
lowest rates to all points, rcserrfetion of
Mrttii ifa rie^w^jyai Fargo or on tue
FlUNUfta UttlTBO from 8t Panl, sc
F&OW* or writ#
BPOKANB
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(26),
(140),
(49),
Cass Co., N. D.
All service dally except Sunday,
Sleeper from Farg»\7:40 p. m. arrives ift
Minneapolis 7:00 and St. Paul 7:40 next
morning.
Five high class and. modern trains from
St. Paul and Minneapolis for Milwaukee
and Chicago dally.
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