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Langdon, N. D., May 24.—From a
cell in the county jail at Langdon, Dr.
J. J. Reilly is directing his business af
fairs, putting them in shape for his
departure, probably Saturday, to the
North Dakota penitentiaTy, where he
must serve ten years for manslaugh
ter.
The prisoner, arrested at Larimore
this week rollowing the supreme
court's decision by which the verdict
of the lower court was affirmed, had
his affairs in fairly good condition,
and officials expected that he would be
able to leave Langdon tomorrow.
Dr. Reilly is quite well fixed finan
cially, his holdings being largely in
lands. Near Winnipeg he has extens
ive holdings that are valued at about
110,000 to $15,000,
Prisoner Is Downcast.
Since he has been placed in jail Dr.
Reilly has been very downcast. Dur
ing the entire tTial, and since the mat
ter was taken to the supreme court,
he has been confident of an acquittal,
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CHECKING ACCOUNTS INVITED
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REILLY GETS
BAIT TO ENTER
and now that his last hope has been
shattered, he is broken down in spirit.
Second Physician at Pen.
Dr. Reilly will be the second North
Dakota physician to enter the state
penitentiary within a comparatively
short time, as it is only recently that
Dr. Thor Moeller began serving his
sentence of ten years in the institu
tion.
FORMER OFFICER OF
SARGENT COUNTY IS
ASKED TO EXPLAIN.
Forman, N. D., May 24.—
Former Register of Deeds D. L.
Warriner denied before the Sar
gent board of commissioners that
he has been reporting short fees
to the county auditor, such charg
es having been made against him.
An investigation is in progress.
An affidavit by Miss Pherla Ar
singer that she was paid $15 for
certain clerical work in the office
of register of deeds has also been
filed, warrants drawn in favor of
Miss Arsinger being for $50. She
says she signed the warrant, not
knowing' its value, and that she
received but $15.
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Grand Forks, N. D.t May 24.—Insane,
probably from lack of sleep, worry
over money that he carried on his
person, and from coing without re
freshments, A. Gustafson of Seattle
was taken from an east bound Great
Northern train at Lakota,
Gustafson, with his savings of nine
years represented by a draft which he
carried, was on his way to Sweden,
where he expected to make his future
home.
Aboard the train he became pos
sessed of the idea that he was being
carried in the wrong direction, and he
finally made it necessary for the offi
cials to take charge of him. Sheriff
A. H. Smart left Lakota last night for
Seattle in charge of the prisoner.
CERTAIN
THAT CITY EXPECTS BRIQUET
ING ENTERPRISE WILL BE
ESTABLISHED THERE.
MJnot, N. D., May 24.—The briquet
ting plant for this city is practically
assured. The site was bought some
time ago, and the machinery has been
arranged for. L. M. Davis of this city
is the prime mover in the project, and
some Valley City capitalists are also
interested, among them Herman Win
ter and Hugh McDonald.
For some time Minot has been keen
ly interested in the development of the
lignite industry, and the perfection of
the briquettingr method by the state
experimental station will mean that
the briquette plants will have a firm
basis to work oxi.
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CIVIL WAR RELICS
Mandan, N. D.t May 24.—Two four
inch brass cannon, donated by con
gress to ornament the Fort Rice Me
morial park whicr is to be dedicated
about the middle, of July, arrived in
that village last week and are now
being put in place on the site of the
old fort.
Governor Hanna. who is very much
interested in the big celebration which
is being planned, was instrumental in
geting the cannon, and while in Fort
Rice Sunday, en route home from
Cannon Ball, he looked at them and
at the site of the fort where the me
morial park will be established, stat
ing that the enterprise is a most wor
thy one and that it should be one of
the most successful celebrations of
the kind ever held.- He will endeavor
to be present.
Both of the cannon for fhe park saw
service in the civil war and were
used by the boys in blue at the battle
of Gettysburg, fifty years ago next
Ju^, a fact which adds much to their
historic value and the great interest
which naturally centers about such
relics. The guns are of solid brass,
weighing 1237 and 1241 pounds re
spectively. It is said the brass they
contain has a commercial value of
more than $1,000.
The carriages, being of wood, were
long ago discarded, so the caiirion will
be mounted in the park oh stationary
brick or rock stands. Several shells
accompanied them.
On account of the Gettysburg re
union, July 1, 2 and 3, it has been de
cided to postpone the dedication of
Memorial park from July 8 to about
July 18, and this will give a welcome
fortnight to those who are preparing
the programme in which to arrange
for something even more elaborate.
Curator Fish of the state historical so
ciety is now working on the pro
gramme, and is at the present time
in correspondence with Mrs. Custer,
widow of Gen. George A. Custer, in an
endeavor to get her to come to Fort
Rice for the important occasion.
It is to be hoped that he is suc
cessful, as the presence of the widow
of the famous general would add un
told interest to the occasion, which
will be one of the most important in
the state this year.
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Alexander, N. D., May 24.'
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THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, SATURDAY EYENIN&, MAY Si 191&
The
ebrated, Alexander spring has lonfe
famed in this part of the state.
*«ot only for the large volume of water
which flows from it but likewise for
the purity and healthfulnoss of the
water. Until now this water source
has been known as the Alexander
spring. Henceforth It will be known
as the Alexander springs.
In a general way it has been known
that there were other springs in the
boggy ground north of the spring but
heretofore no Investigation has been
made to determine the size of these
springs.
This week F. B. Chapman, the
townsite proprietor, and his man Kelly
are Investigating. Trenches have been
dug into the most likely places and
thus far four new springs have been
uncovered. The combined flow of
these new springs is perhaps greater
than the old spring and the water is
just as clear, appetising and whole
some.
Mr. Chapman plans on putting con
siderable work on the opening up and
development
of
these springs
vand
is
considering putting In concrete
basins.
Alexander's supply of flowing water
which has been enough to supply a
good sized city is now to be increased
to more than, double its former capa
city.
IVERSITV
DR. HENRY BRUSH ELECTED TO
SUCCEED THE LATE HENRY
LE DAUM.
Grand Forks, N. D„ May 24.—Dr.
Henry R. Brush of Hope college,
Michigan, has been elected head of the
department of romance languages at
the university to succeed the late Prof.
Henry LeDaum. Dr. Bush in now oc
cupying a similar position in Hope
coliege and comes to the university
with a record of efficient and success
ful work.
Dr. Brush pursued his undergrad
uate work at Western Reserve univer
sity, where he made a record both in
scholarship and athletics. For several
years he was a member of the football
team and was prominent in college ac
tivities. After graduating, he pursued
special work in romance languages at
the University of Chicago, taking his
doctor's degree from that institution
in 1910.
During his postgraduate work and
since, Dr. Brush has written a number
of articles that have received very fa
vorable comment. He has traveled in
France and comes well equipped to
take in charge the department of ro
mance languages at the University of
North Dakota.
IV WAS BROWNER
AT W\
FELL FACE DOWN IN POOL OF
WATER IN EPILEPTIC FIT—
.FOUND BY MOTHER.
Carrington, N. D., May 24.—Albert,
the 11 year old son of W. A. Steel,
northwest of town, drowned in a
small piool of -water in a pasture
near his home late Tuesday afternoon.
The boy, subject to epileptic fits,
started to hitch up a horse, but notic
ing some calves that needed attention
he went into the pasture after them.
There, from aM indications, he had a
fainting spell, and fell face downward
into a shallow pool of water. Although
the water was but a few inches deep,
he drowned.
OSKIMllffl
FIRE
DEPARTMENT
Mott, N. D., May 24.—Much enthu
siasm has been displayed by the Mott
business men in the reorganization of
the local Are department, of which
John T. Charmley, editor of The Mott
Spotlight, has been appointed chief.
Mr. Charmley has been prominently
identified with the Sta,ta organization
for several years.
Gail Rounds is the new president of
the lire department and Wellington
Wright, the former chief, is secretary
and treasurer. A committee compris
ing E. C. Roberts, Mr. Wright and Mr.
Charmley was appointed to purchase
apparatus for the new department.
In the near future State Fire Mar
shall Runge and Assistant Fire Mar-
shall Reade will visit ad
dress the citizens on modern
methods
of fighting the flames.
Sheldon News.
Sheldon, N. D.. May 21.—To The
Forum: Walter French, a small boy,
met with a painful, though not serious
accident here one day last week, when
playing with some other children, he
collided with a barbed wire fence,
which he failed to sec in time. Hl«
face was badly ?ut.
Married, at Lisbon last Monday.
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Miss Emma Bruen and Otto Oeder,
two well known and popular young
people were quietly married at Lisbon
one day last week.
Mrs. Etta Elefson was an over Sun
day visitor at Fargo recently.
Mr. and Mrs. Caister Tree accom
panied by the former's mother Mrs.
H. Tree of Casselton and his two
sisters, Mrs. Bernie Stanfield of West
Superior, Wis., and Mrs. Branch
lerson of Princeton, British Columbia,
autoed down from Wheatland, the
home of Mr. Tree last Sunday, and
spent the day with their relatives, the
Legge family living on the river In
Shenford township, southeast of here.
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Judge Thomas officiating, John
Clement Probert and Miss Anna Mati
:tck both of Owego township, where
they have lived from infancy.. Their
many friends extend congratulations.
Miss Grace Caine returned last week
from a lengthy visit with relatives at
Fargo.
Friends and relatives of Robert Carr,
a brother of the late Andrew Carr
were greatly shocked to hear of his
death which occurred at Buffalo
Hump, Idaho. Deceased was also a
brother of Mrs. Dan Flatters, who
removed from here to Grace City in
March and Mrs. Wm. Cowan living in
Owego township southeast of here,
besides other brothers and sisters
living in Cinada and the western
states.
Friends and relatives of Mrs. Alice
Legg Fuller received cards last week
announcing the death of her husbond's,
("Dr. Bert Fuller,") mother Mrs. A. W.
Fuller, at Bow Island, Can. of tuber
culosis which occurred May 4. The
deceased was well and favorably
known throughout Cass county and
has relatives living here. The sym
pathy of all is extended to the bereav
ed family.
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Homestead, N. D., May 23.—To The
Forum: Henry Gulland is hauling
lumber for a new dwelling house.
Misses Clara and Mathilda Brimmon
came up from Wyndmere to attend the
school picnic at Powers on May 17.
Knut Quil came out here from
Wheatland after his wife who has
been visiting with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. O. Odden on May 18. Mr.
Quil Is opening a hardware store at
Wheatland.
TJollef and Gustav Hanson made a
short visit at Milnor last week.
Newman Nelson is the owner of a
new motorcycle.
Ole Odden has erected a windmill
at his place.
Gilbert Brimmon Is remodeling his
dwelling house and will move onto his
farm again next fall.
Nels Ulsaker returned from the state
science school at Wahpeton this week
where he has been taking up a course
in telegraphy.
Peter Hele, the mail carrier, accom
panied by his brother John and others,
made an auto trip to Brushville, Minn.,
last Sunday. Cor. H.
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Mother's Work for the Baby,
Woman's Home Companion: Not
havine very good health, I realized
that I must work for the constitution
I would give my boy. Before he was
born I kept in mind that he must be
well cared for, before and after birth.
He had a right to the best possible
start I could give him. So I took a
great deal of exercise in the fresh air,
slept .outdoors afc much as-possible and
lived on as simple a diet, as I could
arrange without actually denying my
self. I drank much pure cold water
and ate coarse flour bread. Every day
I lay down at least an hour and re
laxed completely, and I tried very hard
not to let things fret' or worry me. I
tried to hold good thoughts of every
thing and everybody. The regime that
I never could have endured for myself
alone came easily for the sake of the
little life God was sending me.
As soon as I was strong enough to
handle Rex, after he was born, I mas
saged him daily after his bath rubbed
him all over. Then as soon as he was
old enough to use his limbs I would
put a thick pad on the table, after his
bath and massage, and give him gym
nastic exercises. After he was weaned
his diet was very simple. .1 never
romped with him before he went to
bed, which was at 7 o'clock. He al
ways gets up early and has acquired
the habit of drinking a half-glass of
water the first thing after rising. His
cheeks are still like two full-blown
roses and, despite th« fact that he
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