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I. A. C& D. Co v 4 ATTEMPTED MUTINY. 8l|ip'e Crew Qot Gay But the Captain Had Nerve. ••./* Seattle, Dec. 21.—Thirty of the crew of the overdue steamship Pennsylvania mutinied on the night of Dec. 12 £nd It was owing solely to the stern cottt mand Maj. J. W. Blaine that the mutiny was quelled. When nearinfe Catella, Captain Blaine ordered one man to do a triv ial piebe of work, The sailor refused. Captain Blaine then put him in irons and locked him below. At the time a terrific gale was blowing which made It difficult for the master and pilot tq remain on the bridge. Suddenly the crew came to the foot of the bridge in a body. There were between thirty and forty of them. The men demanded the release of Jheir companion. Blaine faced them alone and ordered them back to their posts. at t&lg ttfw the pilot cried out: "Breakers ahead!" „. The captain returrcipff tri ttir bridge. The crew finally went aft. Armed guards were placed oyer the $300,000 treasure and officers with re volvers patrolled the deck* The pas sengers went |t the captain and of-* fered assistance, either against the men or to aid in the operation of the yessej. The men, however, dit^, not make any more demonstration. V 1 Leather Traveling Base. One-third off. Moody's. See Bee's I^axative Honey and Tar the original laxative cough syrup acts as a cathartic on the bowels. It is made from the tar gathered from the pine trees of our own country, therefore is the best for children. It is good for coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, etc. Try our free offer. Sold by Mc ,pooald..prug Co* v, Mi ON INDEPENDENT U O. G. Major Explains Vlhy He Peels 8ore Over the Tri-8tate Convention *t're&ret to see the attempt t« de fend the managers of the Tri-Stat' Qrain Growers convention for refus ing to aliow time during the coming convention for the discussion of th» subject of 'Marketing Grain,' says 0 (1. Major. 'At the recent drainage convention President WJorst stated that the mana gere of thfe Tri-State Grain Grower convention would be glad to giv tirade for the discussion of subject of ihterest to farmers and grain grow ers** Is there a subject of more im portance to farmers than the market ing of their grain?' "A committee was appointed at our meeting in Fargo to arrange for a lit tie time to discuss this subject befor the grain growers' convention. W were told by Mayor Johnson that we could not have any time and felt tha he yas a little arbitrary in the mat ter* It is difficult for us to arrang for an Independent meeting for th reason that we cannot learn wha evenings will be vacant during th convention. 'The impression Is given by Mayo Johnson that we are making an at tempt to exploit a private enterprise before the convention. This is no! true. We are making an effort form an organization of farmers who ship their own grain and farmers elevator associations for the purpos* of keeping control of our grain, having our own terminal facilities, s that we can sell the wheat we raise the miller and exporter and not hav it mixed and graded down as it is a present with low grade wheat that i not raised in North Dakotai "We are making, an effort also create \yhat sentiment we can agains the 'bucket shop.' This is a privat enterprise that is not needed in Nort Dakota and has been the ruin of mor of our farmers than any other on thing. "We, perhaps, would feel comewhai differently about this matter if it wer* not true that our former efforts get before the grain growers' conven tion had been turned down. We di get a little time lasi year by reason, o the fact that the convention voted tw years ago that we be .given a halt day's time at the next conventior The managers of the convention hav always turned us down, but the con vention itself voted almost unanim ously two years ago that we be give a half day's time. We neglected bring such a motion before the con vention last year, so that we ar turned down by the managers of thi year's convention." YOUNG PELL I* SUED. Namesake of RooaeVelt Was Attentive to a Pretty Concert Singer. New York, Dec. 21.—If the r.ielodra matic utterances of Miss Alma Rofcer) the former concert singer, are i rover Theo. Roosevelt Pell, iS, whom she i suing for breach of uramiae, was an ardent wooer. Miss Robert declares that th namesake and distant relative 0 the president pursued her for tw years, penned her torrid love epis ties, threatened to commit suicide i i the eveftt of their being separated referred to her as his "cuckoo dar ling," "little lump of gold, "swoeihcari forever," and "heart. vof a thousan joys." Three years ago fashionable soci^t in New York and Philadelphia at tended the wedding of .ioung Pell ami Miss Florence Cramp, Usiress t- the millions of the famous shipbuilding family. When the sensational stilt wa brought by Miss Robert, S. Ongoot Pell, Teddy's brrther, said that Teddy's only knowledge cf the woman was gained vhen he took her about town showing her prop erty for rent. He H*iid that S. Cramp, his father-in-Jaw, advised him to fight the woman and r-i'ove her a blackmailer. Teddy says Miss Robert looks "over 40." That young lady claims only 25 years and raodtet ly asserts that her friends can&ot be lieve she is over 18. She says: "I guess Teddy will not be so strong in his denials when I produce his letters in court. They are dreams of passion. ?.Tany -Avcre written after his marriage. He al ways kept me under tne impiession that he was unmarried. "I deny that I nave ev^r been a chorus girl. My song recitals at the Waldorf have been att.jntV.sl by prominent women and jpy family is perhaps as good as that of Mr. Pell. I am a dir-jot descend ant from Louis Henri Phillips, king of France, and the present Due D'Or leans is my fourth cousin. "Teddy Pell made !ove to we tor two years, desperate love. He be came so soft that at jtimes I had to admonish him. It was His.?, Mss, kiss, all the time ha was nround. We had favorite tables at fashionable restaurants, we enjoyed many auto mobile rides, and he took ir.e frequent ly to the theatre. Of course I became deeply in love with him. For him I abandoned my musical carear. When I learned the truth I ^eeil^d to bling the suit." It Is said that the wife of Ter/dy Pell, with her fathor, has Implicit faith in him. y*WANTS 4 i $ Boston, Dec. 21.—In January, $» 1902, when Wm. Williams and $ $ Katie J. Lyman became engaged, $ $ the young man began turning $ over a certain portion of his $ S week's wages to the girl to be put aside foe use when they $ s-tS'*v S were married. Last August Miss $ jury that tried Lake found him guilty L.y*nan died and Williams is now of assault with a dangerous weapon, $ suing her estate to recover the $ and the law under which he was pros $ money, which he alleges amounts ^jecuted provides a sentence in the pen to He also wants his 8 itentiary of from one to flveN years. late fiancee's family to return Sj The court, after reviewing the case •$ a diamond ring and umbrella he $ and criticising the prisoner's past rec gave her.' ord in the most scathing tones, sen i ».*»*/'••- ,- tenced him to serve a term of five to the peniUulUuy, THE FARGO FOBTTM AND DAIIiY REPUBLICAN,-FRIDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 21, 1906. iw ff *i r* 'V 1 4 Vf I i y"' I. K O HOI BOAST EOR LAKE ,4.^ Court Q*v« the JtftRt Keeper the Limit and Regretted That He Couldn^t Add More. "It 1« fortunate for you that th« _Liss. 1.. vtoie did not see fit to prosecute you under another section of the law or your sentence would have been in the dis cretion of the court, ten years instead of five years in the penitentiary." This statement, with many burning sentences, was directed at Frank Lake, late yesterday afternoon by Judge Pollock when the court p^pnounced sentence on the "notorious resort keeper who drew a live year term in the peni tentiary. Judge Pollock, before passing sen tence, roundly condemned the prison er, and despite the pleas made for the prisoner by his attorney for leniency because of the man's age and his property interests, the court refused to take this into consideration, but on the other hand announced that it is safer for the community to have a man like Lake out of reach than to have him running at largg. The court said: "Testimony given during the trial of your case showed that this was not the only time that you used a gun to shoot at people, but you have a natural instinct to carry a gun or a knife and use it on people. You seem always to be out gunning for some human being and as long as you are allowed to run at large that long the lives of citizens of this com munity will be in jeopardy. If your past record is to be taken into account the limit of the law is not appeased at a sentence of five years." Lalgs several months ago shot two men who were in his back yard and who were seeking a lodging at his place. One of them, Charles Mitchell, was seriously shot, receiving bullet wounds in both legs, while the other man, whose name was Ornsted, escap ed with a slight iiesh wound. The 4 The El Kahir, was 10 cents, is now 6, is a fine smoke for a nickel. The Double Wrapper and the Refund are well known goods and will make the smoker or a 5 cent cigar swear by your choice $2 per box of fiftv. Fancy boxes of cigarettes, Turkish tobacco, silk tips,, for Christina* trade. Fine smoking tobaccp^JThe Broadway Cigar store. IMPORTED STALLIONS CHOICE LINE OF CIGAR* Life Impossible Without Sleep Th« Vitality Consumed During Waking Hours Must be Restore# by Sleep—Otherwise Collapse. Men have lived for weeks without food, whereas a few days without sleep and man becomes a raving maniac—a mental and physical wreck. Nights of sk-fplesxness tell of a feeble and depleted nervous system, of ap proaching nervous prostration or par alysis. The use of opiates merely gives tem porary relief, and actually hastens th collapse of the nervous system. The regular apd persistent use of Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills will form new, rich blood, create new nerve force and thoroughly cure sleeplessness and nervous exhaustion. By keeping a record of your Increase in weight while using this treatment you can be certain that new. firm flesh and tissue are being added to the body. You will feel the benefit in every organ. Dr. A. W. Chase's Nerve Pills. 50 cents a box, Mix boxes for $2.50, at all dealers, or I)r. A. W. Chase MediciQe CO., Buffalo, N. Y. IWT 4 POBTEJtFiELD, US":*? .v,* e^»?e'»a»a»a'a»a»a«»»a»a»a»a»a»a»a»a»a»a4 VJ v New Barn Now Completed jtgCAJIONi BACH OF MILWAUKEE I t' 4 UR NEW BARN is now finished, and we have on sale at the moat rea sonable terms that can be offered the finest and largest bunch of-Imported Shire, Percheron and Belgian Stallions ever brought to this state. Individual biiyere—ranchmefi, farmers and others—will find this a good opportunity ,ti%6t a high class stallion fit to head any stud. Take Milwaukee Depot car, second stop after you get there, and our stables are .half a block away., |REFEREN€ES?3 First National Bank, Fargo, N. Kl Back of Milwaukee Depot Fargo, North Dakota Hint Broadw»y Gives Cigar Buyer* a as to 8election. "The man who smokes would rather have a box of good cigars than almost any other present you could present him. Those considering cigars as a present will find the Broadway sup plied with a line to satisfy any man— for most men buy these brands now. There's the Jefferson, a clear Havana, the Tiffany, as good as its name the famous Prospero better every time you smoke one and J. B., the cigar that leads all sales in the state each strictly 10 cent goods, or $3.50 per fresh box of fifty. Inexpensive »«\s j." ^V 4r.' r' ?•!*. & THE INAUGURAL BALL. Tfia Date for the Event la Fixad for Jan. 11. Bismarck Tribune: The inaugural ball committee decided today to hold the ball on the evening of Friday, Jan. 1. It had been originally desired to have the ball on Jan. 10, but for many reasons it was deemed best to have it When Your Heat Is to# OUR GAS HEATERS Will Reliever a Cold, Chilly Room Call and wffm mm n I jwt Mv.Y- --'"11 a one night later. Indications point a larger attendance than usual on sucf an occasion and it is confidently ei pected every section of the state wi| be represented at this gala functiojl Are you troubled with the pfl#. One application of ManZmn will rive you Immediate reiiet Sold by Mo» Donald Drug Co. Cheaply Operated! See Them 44 V if Union Light, Heat and Power Co. o n e i 4 v A fax- ,k .'y 4 vi'tt A. L. WALL, LUMBER DEALER Pnmt t&t i St l"4"t i'f a BtovMtH SUM*. ... 1 Phone 386. forgo, N. a.