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W4s. 'k sir pyf V, r. K li* i*\ -v W, I' '\i' MARKETS GRAIN MARKETS. Market Quotations, Furnished Dally by Chas. E. Lewis A Co. December Wheat. Chgo. Mpls. 78%©% 74% 78 .78% 77% 73% 77% Open High Low C#» 0#*n High Low Close Open HUh ^9W Oo»e 2S Uw dose No. 1 durum V. No. 2 durum Oata Rye Flax December flax ... January flax ....» May durum No. 1. May durum No. 2 Dul. 81% May Wheat. A Chgo. Mpla. '74% 77* M* .78% W% 78% 80%(fi)Wt_ Dul 78% :'1W iiiA 80% July Wheat| Chgo. MpK 77% 81% 77% 81% .Till 80% @81 mil. H% 80% @81 Chieago Corn. Dec. May. 42% 43% 42% 43% .41% 43% 43% Open High ijom Closes July *4% 44 y* 43%@44 44 ^Chicago Oats. fieCk May. 34* 36%®% 34% 36%" .84% 36*1)% July 33% 33% 33% 33% H% 36®% Minneapolis Cash Close. No. 1 hard 81 Ko. 1 northern ,...80 No. 2 northern .77% @78 Jlo. 1 northern, to arrive ...80 No. 2 northern, to ajTly*.. .77%0)78 No. 3 northern 74% @75% Nfo. 3 yellow corn ..39% No. 3 corn 88% No. 3 white oats .32% No. 3 white oats, to arrive..32% No. 3 oata 30 31*4 May oats 88 fi 34 Barley ,41'fi,61 Rye 60% ©61% Flax 11.20% durum 85% durum 82% buluth Caah Cfoaa. hard ................-80% northern 80% northern 78% ...«« 6 2 ...83% ...61 ,...|1.20% ... 1.20% ... 1.21 .. .69 ...65 Looal Market* m. 1 northern... ...V..^'.'il4c 2 northern /.»'*• il2f 3 northern 69c Ko. No. Live Stock. Chicago, Dec. 14.—Cattle—Ileceipts, 3,500. Choicest beeves, |7.15@$7.75 choicest fancy steers, $5.90@$7.10 n^dium to good, $4.80@$5.85 inferior t$ fair, $4 @84.85 fat cows and heifer*, I2.75PS4.90 canning and cuttinp cows, $1.40©$2.65 native bulls and stags, $2.35©$4.50 feeding cattle, 600 to 1,100 pounds, $2.50® $4.50 srass Western steers, $3.80*(l'$5.65 Texas, $4 0$4.50 distillery fed. $4.90#$6 fair ttf fancy veal calves, $6.50@$7.75 heavy veal calves, $4.50(?®$6. Hogs—Receipts, 19,000 strong to 5c higher. Left over, 9,658. Light, $5.95 4P$6.20 heavy, $5.80@$6.22 mixed, 8895 @$622% rough, $5.80 @$5JMk Sheep—Receipts, 8,000 steady. Omaha, Dec. 14. Hofs--Recoipts. 8,200. Cattle—Receipts, 2.500T Sheep—Receipts, 800. Kansas City, Dec. 14.—Hogs ceipts, 8,000. Cattle—Receipts, 3,000. 10,000. I GRAIN COMMISSION A STOCK laoam iSTo. 1, cured, bull* ..........« No. 2, cured, u a No. 1, green No. 2, green Jlo. 1, green, bulls .............. *o. l,*r©en, hull* 1 Furs. No. 1 larga A. jfcralrle wol4 Mian and 1 No. 1 larga iladger, Minn, and Dak., 1 No. 1 large i Badger, No. Re- MOTT, Marlon MG'S, 151k., Fargo, **,-••• Phone SIS. Hides Ma 1, cured 12c No. 2, cured lie 10c 9c 10c 9c 8c 7c Quoted by Bolles & Xtogera, 803 ^roadway, Fargo, N. D. i&ccoon, Minn, and Dak^ f-No. 1 largo $1.00@$1.25 sink, Minn, and Dak* No. 1 largo 8.00® 4.50 f^unk, Minn, and Dak* narrow stripe, No. 1. unk, Minn, and Dalb* broad stripe, No. 1....* ^tuskrat. Minn, and fall caught Muskrat, Minn, and v winter caught iluskrat, Minn, and DaJk^, kits lied fox, Minn and D&fc, 49e#60c 25c@40c 8c@12c 10c@14c |e#tc 00 @4 00 Ui,UK STRIKtS THE TOWN8END BILL CON8ID It Provides for Official Investigation of 8trikea Affecting Mails and Inter state Commerce—Labor Commis sioner Neil Heartily Endorses Bill. Washington, Dec. 14.—r-Representa tlve townsend's bill for a compulsory investigation of the troubles between employers and employes which af fect transportation of the government mails or the necessary movement of interstate and foreign commerce was under consideration today by the house committee on interstate and foreign commerce which has begun its hear ings on the measure. Charles P. Neil. United States com missioner of labor, appeared before the committee and heartily supported the Townsend bill, saying he believed it would bring many labor disputea to a satisfactory end. SHIPPERS BLAMED. Thalf Delay in Loading and Unload ing Cars Is a Factor. Washington, Dec. 14.—The Inter state commerce commission wltl Ex tend the proposed investigation Into the apparent shortage of cars and equipment which begins at Minneap olis Dec. 17, to Kansas City, St. Louis ind Chicago. For some time the com mission has had agents in the field gathering information on the subject and in addition numerous letters have been received from persons who have suffered from the shortage. The com plaint of shortage, it Is said, is not necessarily based on the discrimina tion by railroads, although this may be the case in some instances, but on the delays in the dispatch and move ment of trains and on the part of shippers in loading and com unloading freight. in MUDO OPPOSES JAPS. Maryland Congressman Would Chuck 'Em Into the Sea. Washington, Dec. 14.—Congressman 3idney E. Mudd of Maryland is eating fire and drinking sulphuric acid on the lap question. He wouldn't conciliate this side of hell. He'd be pleased to lersonally h'lst a couple of Japs into the Pacific ocean and tell 'em to swim "or home. Says Mudd: "I do not think that Japanese con entions should be tolerated for a min ute in a movement .seeking to enforce the admission of these over-assertive, smartish, mannish fellows Into social luxtaposition with the white children of California. "I would order them out, and per ^r*ntorily do it, and if they did not jet out without getting fussy about it I should feel Inclined to push a few nindred of them into the Pacific ocean, where their ardor on this primary so cial question would be substantially cooled. 'I have no more toleration whatever for the Insolent demand of these yel low gentry on the Pacific coast to force upon California the institution of mixed schools than I would have for an obnoxious half-breed negro of this country who would advocate such a situation. The fact is, between the mulatto of our country here and the California Jap I have a kindlier feel ing for our American mulatto. PRIE8T DEAD IN DISGRACE. He and a Woman Found Dead in New York City. New York. Dec. 14.—A man about 40 years old, believed to be Father C. S. Qulnn, pastor of St. Agnes church at Atlantic Highlands, N. J., and a young woman, thought to be Miss B. Kiley, also of Atlantic Highlands, were found dead in a room on the top floor of an East Eighteenth street boarding house. The room was full of gas which had escaped from a partially open gas jet. The couple had been at the house since Wednesday evening. The man called at the house last week and in quired about the price of a room for married couple. When informed that it would be $4 a week, he said that was rather too much for him to pay, as he was out of work. He was not Seen again until last Tuesday when he call ed and engaged a room. In the even ing he returned with the woman. They carried between them four grips and satchels. HAD BEEN DI8MISSEO. The Bishop Had Fired tha Man From the Church. Atlantic Highlands, N. J., Dec. 14. Father C. S. Quinn, who is supposed to have been the man who, in company with a woman, was found dead In New York boarding house today, v formerly assistant pastor of St. Agi Catholic church in this place. He v dismissed from his charge about th: weeks ago by Bishop McFaul of Tr ton. As soon as he was notified of dismissal the priest left here and not return. The housekeeper at i rectory left town about a week ago. There had been much scandal hi concerning Father Qulnn and the na of the housekeeper was involv Scandals of a financial nature a were in circulation concerning priest. Finally' a. committee of Martin, aa email@example.com 1.00 @1.26 4, are of no valu^. ^ynx, No. 1.00^7•CO to 'r'-X rV- T' else and color S.firstname.lastname@example.org Weasel, snow white y 1 church visited Bishop McFaul at Tr ton and made representations wh resulted In the dismissal of Fatl Qulnn. TH8 FABGO FORTJM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FfmAY EVflNITO, SUBSIDY ML HAS HMD TIME 'C, COMMITTEE COULD NOT REACH A pEpl8lOt*. Caucus of the Republican Members Failed to Accomplish Anything and the Bill Is Still Up III Air Meeting Jan. 7. yrashingtoh, De 14 decision as to' the committee's attitude on the ship subsidy was reached at the cau cus of republican members of the house committee on merchant marine and fisheries, held today. After dis cussing the amendment to the Oall inger bill, the republicans took no ac tion, but decided to call a meeting of the committee for Jan. 7, when the vote qf the entire committee syll! be lalcan. Ar President Will BoMb Washington, Dec. 14.—That Roose velt will send to congress a special message advocating the passage of the ship subsidy measure at the present session was stated by several members of the house today. It was declared that in the recommendation in his an nual message in which he said that if found expedient to pass the senate bill a measure should be passed providing for a few lines to South America, he did not mean to minimize the impor tance of the other features of the bill it is said, and it is now proposed to correct any false impressions. Eloping Doctor. Mason City, la., Dec. 14—The town of Britt has a sensational elopement in whfeh Dr. Carton, a physician, and Mrs. Kiester, wife of A. T. Kiester, a leading business -man, are principals. The couple drove from Brltt to this city and boarded a Milwaukee train for Minneapolis. Nothing has been heard of their whereabouts since. It Is understood that a warrant has been Issued for. their arrest. Both leave families, each having three children. Dr. Carton is an old resident of Britt. Mrs. Kiester is a nurse by profession and before coming to Britt lived in Minneapolis. She Is a woman of fine personal appearance. Alleged Booze Vendor. Grand Forks, N. D., Dec. 14.—Louis R. Johnson was placed on trial yesterday In Judge I'isk's court on a charge of keeping liquor for sale in Northwood. The agent fcr the Great Northern in Larimore told of large shipments of, li quor received by the defendant. In the month of August alone nearly 600 quarts of beer were billed to the de fendant. In other months there Were large shipments. Johnson denied the sale of liquor but said that he had allowed others to go to the depot and get beer consigned to him. He claimed to have consumed, a case of whiskey tn the mohth of Aug ust at his home and said his wife aud children aided him. He has six chil dren, the oldest being 8 and the "young est 2. Mrs. Johnson testified in btehalC'of her husband and claimed to have never seen any beer around SIMPLIFIED 8PELLINO. It final Burial i«f tfcl H^iaa. Yesterday, Washington, Dec. 14.—Simplified spelling received its final quietus in the house. The subject has been undey more or less continuous discussion In the house and in committee ever since the convening of the present congress, but it was brought to a sudden termi nation by the adoption of a resolution favoring the return to the old standard of orthography, just before the hoase adjourned at 5:05 p. m. today. It was understood that this action had been taken as a result of an in terview with the president in which he had said that if the house '-houlcl fco on record against the flew spelling he would abandon his effort in. that direc tion. The house was prompt in meeting this condition, and the resolution Ijvas adopted by unanimous vote. A ROOSEVELT RECANT8. He Takes it All Back About the Freak Spelling. "Washington, Dec. 14. JPresid^nt Roosevelt will wlthdrawr his simplified spelling order to the house printer and hereafter all documents from the ex ecutive department will again l»e print ed by the old fashioned style. xx kw- si, yaH ..... 20c@50c Brown weasel no value. Above prices are for prime, handled furs. No. 2, 3, 4. a$A handled lott ft their v r*4 i A .?• 'yf 9s v Aii ii v?*' I. Y A This saves l||. n the house in the month of August. 3 Another witness for' the defendant testified that It# understood Johnson was an agent for a Duluth llf£ior house. i GOT EVEN WITH A THREE BALL MAN GAGGED AND ROBBED. Bandits Entered Hia Pawnshop and Made Prisoners of the Occupants, Then They Carried Away Diamonds and Jewelry—One Waa Captured. Omaha, Neb., Dec. 14.—Three men today entered the pawnshop of Joseph Sonnenberg at 1305 Douglas street, bound and gagged the proprietor, Mike Morrisey, his clerk and a customer named Frank Swan, and, filling a suit case with diamonds and jewelry, es caped. Samuel Gross, a fireman, tried to stop them and an exchange of shots folowed. Later one of the robbers was captured and a part of the plunder re covered. The pawn broker reports his logs at about $8,0410. HEARINGS POSTPONED. Land Fraud Matter Went Over Because of a DeatH. Omaha, Neb., Dec. 14 —The trtal of the land fraud case in the federal court was today postponed until Monday on account of the death of the child of Will G. Cymstock, otte of th* principal defendants. M5CEMBEH 14,-- im. shoe wine "It "SB Keeps its slia Some makers take the Original lasts but of shoes in middle of the process of iiianufacture and substitute cheaper ones, .. ... v v: ."V V money because there is much difference in the cost of lasts and it requires seven days for a shoe to "«et." $ w But in the making of the Gotzian Shoe the original last is used throughout the entire process of manufacture. This is one of the reasons why it keeps its shape and does not wrinkle after the first few days of wear Made in St. Paul by C. Gotzian & Co. since 1855. IS FRIEND OF THE EDITORS TENNESSEE CONGRESSMAN HAS AfelLL. He Wants the Railroad Rala Law I1: Amended to Permit Publishers to Accept Transportation for Newspa- -par Advertising at Regular Rates. Washington, Dec. 14.—Representa tive Garret of Tennessee today intro duced a bill amendatory of the railroad rate law, permitting piJblishers of newspapers and periodicals to accept transportation from the railroad com panies for advertising. It provides that transportation Bhall bp Issued at the regular public rates. RESCUE FAILED. 0T- tr# SENATOR PENROSE. f7.00 -V ~*'V Mi M- V «. *V-V *4 *. a f" "„v -,v *••».' -.*# Ibaaal^ 'Prices $3.50 and $4.00r by Effort to Free Rebels Waa Foiled i the Troopsi Guayaquil, Dec. 14.—When General Paea and the government troops were entering Cuenca today with the rebels captured at the battle of Ayancay, a mob tried to rescue the prisoners, whereupon the soldiers fired and dis persed the mob. Colonel Vega, a rebel leader, thereupon committed suicide. The conservatives •ay-Vega WAS as sassinated. i',.- JjL, •Ilk SENATORS PENROSE AND F0RAKEB, WHO ARE FIGHTING FOR THE DISCHARGED NEGRO* SOLDIERS. lean E have just declined an order from a large Chicago concern for 16 car loads of Gas Coke to be ship ped to Southern Minnesota and Iowa. Our Object rn turning down this order, which would have been very profitable, was for the purpose of reserving our supply of Genuine Gas Coke for local consumers. Place orders now. a Ton, Delivered! n Heat and Power Co, Phone 14 H*- if 'h 4 v -4 to California? The North-Western Line opef*' ates through tourist cars from Min neapolis and St. Paul Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of eacft\ week to California via most desir able routes. The finest of through trains to Omaha and Kansas City, providing direct connections at those points, with through trains to California. TO FLORIDA, NASSAU, CUBA AND MANY POINTS SOUTH. Special round trip rates In effect daily to points visited by winter tourists. The famous North-West ern Limited makes excellent con nections at Chicago with trains for the south. Four trains dajly, Min neapolis and Si Paul to. Chicago, via the HhisternLine The great system of the west. For rates, time of trains, berth reservations or any other informa ttoh* ftrfdreHSy---. Lj F. C. Lang, E. A. Donnelly, Trav. Agent, Trav. Agent, ^3 Security Bldg., Waldorf Hotel, a !. Grand Forks. Fargo. |i» T. W. Teasdale, Gen. P. A., St. Paul V For State News Read The Forum. SENATOR FORAKEU. V,lA -V & W,' /v i '1' A* fp?" i Y-"' mi- »*».f "i -•ft "i, A iX, t- A.'V ''&• A V ri*. I vi v y V 4? \.