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vTf-mf TA I I, K' i ." LABORER IS ALLLlitD WORKMAN ON NEW FEDERAL BUILDING AT DEVIL8 LAKE ACCUSED OF 8T&A4.ING CASH. Devils Lake, N. D., Aug. 11.—Carl Wagner, a laborer on the new federal building here, was arreeted at Chau- No matter how long you have suf fered, Foley's Kidney Remedy will It ".ill cure you. ENTRIE8 ARE COMING FAST. Derby List for North Dakota Field Trials Will Be Out Aug. 15. Grand Forks, N. D., Au*. 11.—Clar ence Sheppard who has charge of the Ambroee Has a Paper. Ambrose, N. D., Aug. 11.—The Am brose Publishing Co. has been launch ed here and will jjublisn The Ambrose Tri'bune .which was formerly the Wil low City Wave. Guy L. Scott is manager and editor of the paper. Salesman Wanted We hAM client who offers a per mat. en lucrative position to the right man in thrs town with a substantial future as manager if he proves equal to tk situation. This announcement is made with the purpose of attracting the attention of an unusually competent high grade man whether he is or is not at present employed, the best man we can find who is in earnest in desiring to better his present income. Qualifications: Must stand well in the community and be able to sell a high grade propo sition that he believes in, to men of affairs, no knowledge of this particular line required. Some traveling necessary. Write stating general ability, amount of last salary earned, date of last employ ment and income expected at start. Address, Banning- Oollenmaysr Go. Commercial Building 6th and Cedar Sts. sr. PAtsu MINNESOTA W i fv- w 4 I- I J?'.-. E OFFER FOR SALE at bargain prices the following e- u i I threshing engines.one 25 horsepower Peer less one 18 horse power Buffalo Pitts one 16 ft-brsepower Nichols & Shepard one 30 horsepower New Giant one 27 horsepower Minneapo lis, one 16 horsepower Minne lota Giant. We build and have always on band for sale new four and six horsepower gasolene engiues. Threshing repair work is our speci ality. Boilermakers and machinists sent wherever needed. Prompt ser vice, good work and. reasonable prices our rale. Co. Phone 916 N. P. Avenue i v KIFLM 1HIEF MiW AT Wagner was brought to the city Hanley, Mandan. during: the day, and Sheriff Belford Transportation furnished the Marched him for the money. It was [members of the team and officers found that the man had some $70 In jfrom Hillsboro to Camp Perry, leaving cash with him at the time, of which here Friday evening. The members $50 was in cashier's checks payable tOjmny return by any route they chose, him. He did not have a ten-dollar ,as traveling money will be furnished bill upon him. but Llnd claimed to I them at the camp. have lost one ten-dollar bill, and two or three dollars In silver. Contractor Moody, for whom Wagner Is working, offered to go on the man's bail. He said that Wagner had worked for hlpn Ave years, and that he had never had any trouble with him, nor heard of him getting Into any kind of a scrape like that before. He thought that Wagner was innocent, and from the fact that the man had so much money of his own, it would seem hardly likely that he would risk ar rest to take a few dollars more. Llnd swore out the complaint, however, and the case will come up before Jus tice William Orr today. Meanwhile, Wagner is back at his work on the new postofflce. STATE TEAM COMMENCES PRAC TICE ON HILLSDORO RANGI PREPARATORY TO 00- tauqua yesterday on the charge of team went Into practice this morning stealing a purse containing $12 In on the Hillsboro rifle range and will money from a traveling man named continue the work until Friday when Eric Llnd. Lind missed the purse the start will be made for Camp after returning to his clothes in the Perry, O. The officers of the rifle bathhouse during the afternoon, and team are as follows: Captain, A. S. someone claimed to have seen Wag- ipeake. Valley City Coach Edward C. ner with a pocketbook that looked Gearey, Fargo range officer, Harry T. like the one Lind had lost. Murphyx Bismarck spotter, James ING TO CAMP PERRY. HtJlsboro, tf» D., And 11. The North Dakota National guard rifle FARMERS HAVE LAUNCHED WORK CR08BY AND RYDER SO|L TILL BUS DECIDE UPON HAVINQ THEIR OWN ELEVATORS. help you. Mrs. S. L. Bowen, of (proposed to erect a 35,000 bushel ele Wayne. W. Va.. writes: "I was a suf- jvator at once. Contractor Honstain ferer from kidney dls^a&e, so that at I of Mineapolis will do the work. times I could not get out of bed, and i The officers of the company follow: when I did I could not stanfl straight. President, C. F. Holbrook vice presi I took Foley's Kidney Remedy. Oneident, John Porath secretary, J. O. Od dollar bottle and part of the second (jtn treasurer, Frank Koester. Di cured me entirely." .H. Casselman. entries for the North Dakota Field lows: Presidena, James Shea secre Trials club stated today that the en-ltary, Crosby, N. D.r AU&. IL—An organIsa tlon of farmers has been launched here for the purpose of erecting and oper ating a farmers' elevator. The com pany has the backing of practically every farmer in the district and it is restors. J. G. Oddin, H. Bubrad, C. J. Folbraak, John Porath, H. J, Nord etog and J. T. Whltaker. At Ryder the farmers have organ ized and purchased the Osborn-McMill elevator at that place, the corwidera tion being $4,500. The elevator will be operated by the farmers, the offi cers of the company being as fol- pi. tries for the big state event to bejSnippen. Directors: P. F. Erb, F. held between Berwick and Towner in J. Schilling, G. Gudmandson, O. L. September, were coming In fast and a pood list of dogs will be on hand. The derby entry list will be completed Aug. 15, when the entries close. Paulson treasurer, Henry Hjelmstad, J. A. Shea, W. M. Paulson and H. Snippen. Pigger Hekf for Trial. Valley City. N. D., Aug. 11.—George Hartslign of Sanborn waa bound over to the district court on a charge of violating the state prohibition law. It is charged that he had 'three cases ot •beer from which he treated his friends, in one case giving a boy of 13 years some of the liquid. 8UMMER SCHOOL AT Ml NOT. Over 100 Teachers in Attendance at Ward and McHenry County Sessions Minot, N. D., Aug. 11.—The summer school for Ward and McHenry coun ties opened yesterday at the high school 'building with over 100 teachers of the two counties in attendance. Prof. A. G. Crane, superintendent of the Jamestown high school, will be the conductor of all the different ses sions that will be held and the school will last nntil Aug. 36. StJiSATlBN IN DIVORCE SUIT RAY PARTIE8 BECOME INVOLVED —WE'RE A LONG TIME MAR RIED BUT FINALLY PART. Ray, N. D., Aug. 11.—Judge Goes In chambers at Williston gave a decision in the divorce proceeding of Tilie Alocliffe Teske vs. Charles Teske granting a decree of divorce to the plaintiff without alimony. Mrs. Teske brought the action on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treatment and saked for clear title to the Teske homestead near thit city. In her complaint as grounds for the allegation of cruel and inhuman treatment she set forth that the de fendant had on divers occasions as saulted her and used violence against her person. Charles Teske filed a counter bill asking for divorce upon the grounds of desertion and In his answer made to the original complaint denied all the allegations of the plaintiff. He alleged as the grounds for his action that the plaintiff had falsely and mali ciously lodged complaint again?t him for insanity with the Judge of probate at Williston in which she had stated that he had threatened to take her life and the life of other persons and had also threatened to take his own life, that she had alleged that he was at one time an Inmate of a hospital for the insane. This statement, he alleged, was the outcome of the fact that* he had voluntarily gone to a private hospital for treatment and had left it of his own accord, whereas Mrs. Teske had set up in the insanity proceedings that he had escaped. He also alleged that Mrs. Teske through misrepresentation has surreptitious ly secured title to his place of busi nes in this city and had sent agents here to compel him to surrender pos session under a writ of ouster, and had compelled him to buy back the property and pay therefor a suffi cient price. The court's decree grants Mrs. Teske a simple decree of divorce without alimony, the title to the Teske homestead or the attorney's fees and costs in the action for which she had asked. Tillie Alcliffe Teske and Charles Teske were married in Lawrence Mass- Dec. 20, 1876. Both the par ties to the action are about 66 years of age. Mrs Teske is now a ro dent of Williston and Charles Teske is watchmaker la this city* fff* FABGO FOKtTM '«H Mf BOTTINEAU WANTS 1)1 FARGO AND GRAND FORKS IN SPECTION ORDINANCES ARE BKi-NQ DRAFTED IN the insanity -board are out of the city, Dr. McDonald and E. T. Conmy were called by Judge Hassel to make up the board. Anderson will be taken to Jamestown in a few days. STATE PROGRAMME OUTLINED. Baptist Conferenee Committee Met In Grand Forks for That Purpose. Grand Forks. N. D.. Aug. 11.—The programme committee of the North Dakota Baptist conference, composed K°Vei^, °J" of Rev. W. L. Anderson of Jamestown 1 R. B. Griffith and Rev. F. E. Miller I of this city, held a meeting in Grand Forks yesterday for the purpose of outlining the programme for the state iv"om convention ln Grand Forks on Sept ember 21 to 24. The outline of the programme was completed and will be announced within a few days. Rev. Anderson, who is the general mission ary for the state, wiM spend the week in the northern part of the state work ing among the mission churches. PACKARD WINS Ol'T AT MANDAN MORTdN COUNTY METROPOLIS ELECTS THREE NEW COMMIS SIONERS FOR CITY, Mandan, N. D., Aug, 11.—In the city -election held here yesterday to All the three vacancies on the board of city commissioners, A. (M. Packard won out over W. H. Stutsman, for presi dent out* Grand Forks Commercial Club Com* mittee Takes Matter Up. Grand Forks, N. D., Aug. 11.—The Grand Forks Commerce club, It is expected, will extend an Invitation to the North Dakota Bar association to hold its next annual meeting ln Grand Forks. A meeting of the convention committee of the club was called for this afternoon to discuss the matter of making arrangements to secure the 1910 gathering. The annual meeting this year will be held In Minot on Thursday and Friday, and among the speakers be fore the association wiil be Prof. James E. Boyle of the state university. Shot in the Leg. BLACK RUST IS RAMSCY COUNTY FARM ERA IN SIST THAT HEAVY LOSS HAS ALREADY RESULTED. red rust has 'been evident in recently that reports of black that v'-JV a 1 mmm OTHEft CITIES. Bottineau, N. D., Aug. 11.—Milk in spection in North Dakota It spread ing. Bottineau is the latest city to Join the ranks of the milk Inspecting adopted by the council there. The ordinance passed by Bottineau is drafted along the same lines as are the ordinances now in effect in Fargo and Grand Forks, pioneers In the work in North Dakota. The city law provides that all milk and cream sold within the city must first be in spected. Also, the dairy herds and dairies from which the mily and and cream suply is secured must pass the inspection of tihe officials in charge of the work. COMMITTED TO THt ASYtUM. Christian Anderson Ordered Taken to Jamestown, Grand Forks, N. D„ Aug. 11. A meeting of the insanity board was held this morning and Christian An derson of Lind township was ordered committed to the state asylum at Jamestown, Anerson is a young man and is constantly In fear- of some one chasing him. Due to the fact that Dr. O'Keofe and Atty. S. G. Skulason^of by a vote of 300 to 125. For ning and arrested Dominick Martin commissioners P. McGiHic defeated! on the charge of selling mortgaged Ellis by a vote of 268 to 156, and Clark property. The man was brought to was elected over Tavis 288 to 136. The Minot and taken before Justice of the election was hotly contested through- Peace Murray where he was placed I WANT BAR ASSOCIATION, Tioga, N. D., Aug. 11.—John, the jecene, were in Minot this morning en 12-year-old son of r*'als Lagerberg, route to Ryder ta the southern end who resides near this city, was shot]of the county where the parties re in the thigh Sunday by a neighbor side. boy, the affair being accidental. The bullet was from a .22 caliibre rifle and no serious results are Anticipated. Devils Lake, N. D., Aug ilU-i-Ed Murphy, a former well known farmer few who Insist that when threshing Is started the story will be told In a manner that will prove moat disap pointing. COAL POUND AT BALFOUR. Sample ef Lethbridge Discovered While Discing a Well. Balfour, N. D., Aug. 11.—Lithbridge coal at a de ith of forty-threo feet was discovered bf a crew of men en gaged in ']l«ging a well. The layer of coal discovered has resulted In con siderable activity upon the part of local bust.-tens interests and plans have already tbeen mad* for the prosecut ing of work to the end that the ex tent of the find m&y be learned. The first sign of coal was found at a depth of ihirty-flve feet when lig nite was found. The drills worked through 'this to a depth o? forty-five feet when the Lethbrldge coal was discovered. Good Wool Shipments. Glen tlllin News Joe Geek, the local wool merchant, informs us he weighed and shipped 120,000 pounds of wool out of Glen Cilln this year. 80,000 at New SaJjjm and 100,000 at Mandan. H«* also 'bought a large amount which waa shipped ever th& MliWftUk66, HEAT® TO HILL HIMSELF MAN CLAIMING TO BT U. S. SLUE JACKET IS ARRESTE0 AT GRAND FORKS. Grand Forks, N. D„ Aug. 11.—Fred c- Carski was taken into eustody this la£tern0011 *y Officer Trent as a result of hi8 peculiar antics. Indulged in on Third street at a point near the city hall. Carski made threats at killing himself and proved to be generally disagreeable with the result that the officer landed him in Jail. When searched there was a great assortment of stuff found on his per son. A spoon, a small parcel of cof fee, soap and a number of other small articles were brought to the light of da*- Carski will be held till he re- ln C&se he wi" fatl" ,be to do 8ent t0 W^e h,s home Jacket and he the Lake so- Cleveland, O., is" K, Pr,soner claims to be a U. S. carries a card Seamen's union, with dues paid up to last December. AUTO RUNS OVER CHILD. Little Minot Child Has a Miraculous Escape From Serious Injury. Minot, N. D., Aug. 11.—The 4-year Old child of Mr. and Mrs, Wade of this city had a miraculous escape yester day while playing on Fifth street near Main. The child was running back and forth In its play when as it sud denly dodged out from behind the big trader it was struck by a small auto mobile which had turned the corner. The front wheel hit the youngster and threw it under the machine. The child was badly scared, and sustained a few minor bruises, hut Is all right this morning. SOLD MORTGAGED PROPERTY. D. Martin of Belfour Arrested on Serious Charge. Minot* N. D., Aug. 11.—Sheriff Sorenson went to Balfour last eve- under bonds of $50tr. The charge against Martin was made by the J. I. Case Threshing Matchine Co., of this city. CUPID VISIS IN town this morning and reports that Stanley. Ben caught the midnight black rust is very much ln evidence *ra'n h®re and arranged to have it a-11 through the country southeast of aminatlon of his fields and says much|came damage will result. (here Ben was about to take his daugh Blaek rust is the one thing mostjter rust no amage has resulted EXCITING RACE IRATE FATHER CHASES ELOPING COUPLE ACROS8 TWO COUN». TIES IN NORTH DAKOTA. Minot, N. D., Aug. 11—The principles in an eloping which ended in a wed ding just a few minutes before the father of the bride arrived on the The story as told to The Reporter Is substantially as follows: Ben Ro senburg. who owns a clothing store *t Ryder, discovered late Saturday night that his daughter, Rose, had eloped with Ernest Balsukot, a mem ber of the machinery firm of Kruger & Balsukot. The couple- were supposed to have gone to Plaza but Ben knew that they could not get married there so he sent his wife to Plaza to trail the eloper# and he came on to Minot, to head them off in case they ap peared at the county seat. Arriving here Rosenburg could find no trace of the runaways he comunicated with his wife at Plaza antf. Mrs. Rosenburg informed him that the daughter and her of Odessa township, but who is now :an' farming on the reservation, came to wou,d"be Plaza to husband had gone from Ber*hold during the night, authorities t'iat at Berthold seated 'rom Berthold the couple went to a* Devils Lake, and that a cl*»se examina- |r^v'nK at- the county seat of Moun tlon will show that the damage will traille county. Rosenburg found the amount to at least 35 per cent. An- couple at a hotel. Knowing that the drew Rutherford, a well known farmer i couPle of Lake township, also Insists that, Sunday, Rosenburg was jubilant and black ruet Is damaging the crops west 'nc^uce^ k'9 daughter to return to Mi1 of the city. Hq has made a careful ex- jnot Stanley and let him off. Ar- couldn't secure a license on wlth him th,s t0 a hotel dreaded by the farmers. Fear of it,a marriage license and the certificate has caused noi little uneasiness. While !to a many'the flelds for some time, it has only been JUBt morning. Balsukot an(* when the party arjrived when Balsukot flashed justice of the peace showing that couple had been married at Stan- a 'ew minutes before the train (brought the father on the scene. have been coming in. Many farmers appears that Balsukot was not taking insist and!any some say it is too late for rust to dO ^'Sht last night he found the clerk of damage. Nevertheless there are not a court and induced him to issue 2 ?. %/. wjr 3ft SAYS RUSSELL WILL WIN. Senator Simpson Believes N. D. Cow boy Has Chance for Fortune. Bismarck, N. D.\ Aug. 11.—Atty. L,. A. Simpson of Dickinson was in the city yesterday. He returned recently from Boston where he represented Dan Russell, a Bad Lands ranchman, who claims to be part heir'to a large property at Melrose. The case has been set for September 20, when Rus sell will be called upon to prove his identity in court. Attorney Simpson thinks there Is no question but Russell will succeed in proving his identity, and if so he will come into a considerable fortune. Since his return Mr. Simpson has been busy with court work at Dickinson. CRAZY MAN HAD A ROLL. Ward County Farmer Picked Up Near Depot in Magic City. Minot, N. D., Aug. 11.—Matt Weber, who claims to reside in St. Mary's township, this county, was picked up by Deputy Sheriff Hans Hovland near the Soo depot last evening and taken to the county jail, where a charge of insanity was lodged against him. Web er was acting in a strange manner and was talking to himself. When search ed at the county jail drafts represent ing over $800 were found on his per son. He will appear before a sanity com- BLADDER TROUBLES NEED PROMPT ATTENTION. Ifou don't know how much work is required of your kidneys and bladder or of how much importance they are. Do you know that on these important organs hinges good health? Many an apparently strong, healthy man or woman has been stricken with out notice by serious kidney and blad der disease only to realize too .late What might have been prevented with proper care and attention. Some of the early symptoms of weak kidneys and bladder are lumbago, rheumatism, catarrh of the bladder, pain or dull ache in the back, joints or muscles, at times have headache or indigestion, dizziness, you may have a sallow complexion, puffy or dark circles under the eyes, sometimes feel as though you had heart trouble, may have plenty of ambition but no ftrength, get weak and waste away. If you find you have some of the symptoms mentioned, you need then a remedy that will reach the seat of the disease apd at the same time build up the system generally. Such a remedy is Swamp-Root, the great kidney, liver and bladder rem edy. In thousands of cases it has ac complished just the work you need performed now. Sample Bottle of Swamp-Hoot Free by Mail. Send to Dr. Kilmer Sc. X* 5^:V-fw +****'+*e*J^ 1 fCtflfc' Get a pack age of O Com Flakes today and see how much better it is than any flaked food you ever ate Be ture you get the right kind Watch for the |f§| Co., Bingham* ton, N. Y., for a sample bottle. It will convince anyone. You will aiso re ceive a booklet of valuable information fy. It chances, and shortly after mid- a 11- cense he then located a justice of the peace and had the ceremony perform ed about o'clock this morning. The daughter is about twenty years age and the favorite of the family, ler parents objected to the marriage i.nd Rosenburg was very wrathy Then he discovered that the wedding had actually taken place. The atmos phere was roR-o'vbat lurid for a time but peace prevail* once more and the vf', 35* -V "TI sr »i iS\C,nvV/ V: ft on the paektw So# Cereal Co. i entire party ha* returned to Ryder where tihe newlyweds will reside. mission shortly and his sanity ^ill be Investigated. Weber claims to own a quarter sec tion of land ln St. Mary's township, and his trouble is said to have dated hack far gome time. Diarrhoea. For a quick cure without unneces sary loss of time take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. One or two doses is sufficient to effect a cure in any ordinary case. It can always be depended upon and Is equal ly efficient for children, and adults. For sale by all dealers. BOOST TOWN LOTS IN MANY COUNTIES STATE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION, HOWEVER, LEAVES COMMIS SIONER'S FIGURES STAND IN CASS. Bismarck, N. D., Aug. 11.—The state •board of equalization has listened to the statement of a representative of some of the line elevators stating why he thought there should be no raise made on the assessment of the houses had been built for elevator companies did not make as much money out of the business as has been accredited to them, and also called attention to the fact that most of the houses had been •built for a great many years and had thereby depreciated in value. Mr. Kelly of the Farmers railroad at Dev 14s Lake appeared in the afternoon representing some eighteen houses and also stated that his company desired to Impress upon the board that their assessment be left at the present fig ure. Town Lots Raised. In dealing with the town lots the board made the following changes: Per cent raise: Cavalier 80. Foster 40, Grand Forks 5, Logan 50, Mc Henry 10, McLean 20, Nelson 10, Pierce 10, Ramsey 10, Ransom S8 1-3, Richland 33 1-3, Rolette 16 2-S, Sar- Tho Only Guaranteed Ask your druggist for the telling all about the kidneys and blad- mixed for use. More reliable and easier to use than powders. Druggists wilt Hoi* Whan urrHlnop n-nA refund JOttt ffiODOJT II it f&tls to OXtfiriQlQ&tO COCkfOSChftS, WAt6rt)UgS t*AtS» micti der. When writing, be sure and men tion the Fargo Daily Forum. For sa^e by all druggists. Price 50 cents and $1. •HI .* "You don't know how good rm^tmd Corn Flakm* cmn jfou haot eaten v "*j/ M' Corn 'f'-% i sW WE LING PRETTY HAPPY i*V,J "i*..'« «0 WIN •T K/v *j* ,1 Is Flakes" gent 40, Sheridan 2B, Stark lf%, Towner 10. Traill 20, Wells 16 l-t. Structures on Town Lots. Per cent increase: Bowman 100, Cavalier 10, McKenaie 75, Montraille 10, Ramsey 10, Sargent 10, Trail! 1%, Ward 10, Wells 10, Williams 10. 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