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The Titles of the Best Selling: Books in the United States for the Month of November Here They Are S .....And All on Sale by TTs....... Captain Macklin, by Richard Harding Davis Castle Craneycrow, by McCutcheoitv Donovan Pasha, by Sir Qilbert Parker Fortunes of Oliver Horn, by P. Hopkinson Smith In the days of Si. Clair, by Dr. Naylor The Climax, by Charles F. Pidgin Two Vanrevels, by Booth larkington The Virginian, by Owen Wister The llaid at Arms, by Robert W. Chambers The Vultures, by Henry Seton Herriman Temporal Power, by Marie Corelli Leopard's Spots, by Thomas Dixon, Jr. Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch, by Alice Hegan The Spenders, by Harry L. Wilson Cecelia, by F. rtarion Crawford Loom of Life, by Charles F. Goss Intrusions of Peggy, by Anthony Hope. If These are not What You "Want, We Have Hundreds of Others. .. BISMARCK, N. -to- 71 OFFICERS W. R. TOWNSEND, C. M. GILBERT, A. P. CARMODY, WM. H. MARTIN, We have also a tract of Broadway, New York City. President -Vice-President Sec. and Treasurer Land Commmissioner WM. A. BENTLEY, General Western Agent. BANK OF DEPOSIT—WELLS FARGO & CO., 63 BROADWAY. This company: is-formed for the purpose of colonizing lands in North and South Amer ica also to buy and sell real estate and personal property to negotiate sales of. and purchase mines and mining property, mining and metallurgies! plants and machinery to organize and establish town sites and dispose of the same to issue and negotiate bonds to establish,: operate and maintain electric light and power,: gas and water plants and other municipal ilutities, and to purchase and sell the same to build, operate and maintain, buy and sell vessels and cars, operated by steam, electricity or other motive |)ower to encourage emigra tion from Europe, Canada, the United States and Mexico, and to dp pny business for which individuals may lawfully associate themselves to carry 6n. THIS COMPANY IS THE SUCCESSOR OS* THE CAIiDTOKNlA IMMIGRANT UNION, which: was incorporated in San Francisco in October, 1869, by William T. Coleman, Hob. Leland Stanford, H. J. Booth. Alexander Weill, Abraham Seligmann, Charles Crocker, C. C. Hopkins, L. Gottig and others. The ''Unipp" in 1870,1871 and 1872 located over 3,000 settlers upon government homestead lands, and' abated in locating the "RIVERSIDE" Colony, "PASADENA," "ONTARIO," "POMONA," "REDLANDS," "LOMPOC COLONY," In §*I?ta Barbara County "THE CENTRAL CALIFORNIA COLONY" at Fresno, and other well known colonies. The success in settling th6§e well known coloniee-in which we have been engaged since 1870 will be a guarantee that our services can be duplicated in any future colony enterprise we undertake. Very- few of these settlers who located at RIVERSIDE,C ALIFORNIA, commenced life there with more than $1,000, yet in 1895.RIVERSIDE was rated by BRARSTREET'S COMMERCIAL AGENCY afe an average of 112,000 to EACH FAMILY. Since then there has been a steidy increase of population each succeeding year. ,s The next colony tract we shall offer. the public4s located in CHOLAMB VALLEY, north ofSanta Barbara, containing JO,000 akres—one of the most" beautiful locations in California, near railroad and steamship communication. This tract will soon be ready. 300,000 Acres in Colombia, South' America lying on the east bank of the Magdalena river, about 500 miles from the coast. It is about 1,000 feet above the level of the sea, and has a frontage on the river of about 25 mile*. This property will be divided into 20,40, 80 and 100-acre farms, and sold to the first 500 settlers at $5 per acre, payable 81 acre cash, and 91 per acre in four equal annual payments, without interest. The climate, soil and productions are the same as Southern California, including Tropical Fruits, such' as Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Grape Fruit, Pine Apples, Grapes, Cocoa and Rubber Trees, Ginseng Root, a TIMBER .—In addition to the agricultural products mentioned, we have thousands of acresof all varieties of hard wood timber, such as mohogany, Lignum Vitae, Oak, Spanish Cedar, Ash, Laurel, Redwood —suitable for cabinet work. Also Cinchona Copavia, Sarsaparilla, Cinnamon, Cloves, Arrow Root, Ginger Root and Ginseng Root grow spontaneously. MANUFACTURING •—We are prepared to assist and encourage any desirable manufacturing busi ness that may seek an opening in our Colony. We intend-that it shall be an INDUSTRIAL COLONY, where we will have the following Carriage.and:wagon factory, blacksmith shops, furniture factory, cigar factory, box factory, shoe factory, ice factory and electric plant, agricultural implement works, iron foundry, mining machinery, flour and grist mill, saw mills, and other industries will follow. A fine large saw mill is to be in running order April 1, 1903. jgJ*.' We are offering no stock for sale in our company—to any but actual settlers the stock is 910 per share, each share exchangable for two acres of land. This land is the equal in production, and the climate is prac tigaljy the same as in Southern California, but having this advantage—it 3®? Applications for lands should be made to N* WM. H. MARTIN, Land Commissioner, 71 Broadway, New York, orto DR. WM. A. BENTLEY, i^owni furnish ca&pB, pf&ts,'afid any Information desired to reliable, citizens desiring to join a ooloniri enterprise in Colombia, California or Idaho. N£W TRIAL FOR GLENN. Orders Received ait' Manilato Reopen Mia Ciite. Manila, Deo. 5.—Orders have been received from Washington directing that Major Glenn of the Fifth infantry shall be put on trial a second time for alleged cruelty committed during the Samar campaign. Major Glenn is charged with having ordered the exe cution of several native guides for misleading the American column sent against the enemy's stronghold. Secretary Root orders General Davis to formulate charges against Major Glenn and convene a courtmartial. Major Glenn is now commanding a post at Bayambang district in Pargas inan, Luzon, and he was ordered to hold himself in readiness to appear heee for trial. It is said the trial will reopen the entire question of the Samar 'cam paign and consume some time. It is expected Major Glenn will inform the court that he desires Major General Chaffee and Brigadier General Jacob Smith to be called as witnesses, but it is probable thav their depositions will be taken instead. Major Glenn Was tried by courtmar tial at Manila last May for administer ing the "water cure," and sentenced, to one month's suspension of duty and a fine of. $500. REPLIES TO PRESIDENT ELIOT. Samuel Go,mpers Takes Issue With Him on Labor Uniona Boston, Dec. 5.—"The Organization of Labor .Tra.de Unions," was the title of a lecture given by Samuel Gompers, president of the American Federation of Labor, before the Twentieth Cen tury club during the evening. Dur ing the lecture he dwelt at length on thei reported adverse criticisms of la bor unions by President Eliot and par ticularly on his. statement that "the modern strike-breaker is a good type of an American hero." He thought President Filiot either did not mean what he said or did not grasp the im portance of what he did say. Mr. Gompers said further that if the strike breaker is a hero, then all associated effort is wrong, the efforts of the whole world for social, industrial and religious liberty are wrong. "If Presi dent Eliot is right," said Mr. Gompers, "then Benedict Arnold was a patriot and Judas Iscariot a saint." VERDICT OF ACQUITTAL. Judge Instructs the Jury In Nicholaus Bribery Trial. St. Louis, Dec. 5.—At 4:30 p. m. Judge Ryan instructed the jury to re turn a verdict of acquittal in the Nich olaus bribery trial. The jury immediately returned the verdict of acquittal and Mr. Nicholaus left the courtroom after receiving the hearty congratulations of numerous friends DIRECTORS: HENRY A. WHITING CASSIU5 M. GILBERT: W E N E E R. O. STEBBINS WM. BECKETT HARDINQ' needs 00 irrigation. General Western Agent, BISMARCK* NORTH DAKOTA, I'-ii CAUSED HIS DEATH.- Paterson (N. J.) Men Use an Airpump on a Fellow Employe. fife'# York, Dec. 6.—Harry Wright, an employe of a locomotive/virorks in Paterson, ,N, J., died as a result of a. practical joke played on him by* five of his fellow workmen. They were ar rested charged with causing his geath. It is alleged that they "blew up" Wright with a pneumatic airpump, having a pressure of 110 pounds to the inch. The young man's stomach be came greatly distended and after sev eral hours of great suffering he died.. APTfeR HEAVY #IGrttlNG. Forces of the Sultan of Morocco De feat the Rebels. Madrid, JDec. 5.—Advices from Tan gier say- the forc,es. of the sultan of Morocco have, after heavy fighting, finally defeated the rebels in the Zen mour territory. The sultan fiarrowly escaped capture and ~ljis troops sus tained heavy fosses., The.pretender to the throne remains at Tazia. Confidential Clerk Suicides. Philadelphia, ,,Dec. 5.—Howard T. Qoodwin, the treasurer of the .Colum bia Mining company and confidential clerk of the firm of J. Q. Gassatt & Co., bankers and brokers,, committed, suicide in the .office .that, fijjm in ths Arcade ,, buii^ing^ Fifteenth and. Mar ket streets, by shooting hlthself in the head Sails Under Urgent Orders, V8. 1 ilew York, Dec. 5 —rActing under urgent, orders, the British cruiser In defatigable sailed for Venezuela on Wednesday afternoon, according to a Herald dispatch from Port of Spain, Trinidad. HEAR ROOT AND CARTER. Senaite Comrnittee Decides jto Favor at)ly Report Militia |ill. Washington, Dec. 5.—The senate committee on military affairs met dur ing the day for the purpose of taking up the bill for the reorganization of the militia and,listening to the repre sentations in support of the measure by Secretary Root and Gegeral Carter. When the hearing of Secretary Root was concluded the committee decided to report the bill as it passed the house, without amendment. Vella and Eyesight. Dr. Nagel, ah eminent-German oca* lilt, has again been investigating the effects of wearing veils, and has ex amined the cases of eighty-eight men whose eyesight has been injured by this, practice. He finds that tlM «ice of Ihe mesh, the distance of the |reil from the eyes, and the color of the veil are the determine lng differences and that 75 per cent of the women who habitually wear veils, by neglecting to take account of these matters, impair their sights this result being brought aboqt by the average defective veil in a period ol fbtir years. (Fiiist Publication Dec.^5, 1902.) SUMMONS. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of Burleigh. In District Oourt -HSBxth Judicial District Benjamin J. Flenjchajis, Plaintiff, J. G. Rapelje, and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or in terest in, or Mem or incumbrance •upon!, the property described in t^e complaint, and. tflieir unknown heirs, defendant THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANTS: You and each otf you are hereby sumi moaied to an^wer. the complaint In this action, and to serve a. copy off your an swer upon: the subscriber within thirty dayB after the service of -thifs suinimoiis upon you, exdusive of the day. off ser vice, and dn case of your .failure, to a,p pear oar answBr, iBdsment will be teien. against you by deteiiJit for the relief damalnded Ihi tfoe oomqplajnt AliLKN ALL®N, Attomeya far Plaihiffaiff^ Bisnuarck, N. D. J'a Datted Decemiber 4, A, D. 1902. You will piease take notice that the Bummons and complaint lri the above entitled ac*)km was filed in the offitoe of the clerk off the district count in and for Burleigh coimty.and state of Nortly Dakota, oh this 4th day of itiecember, A Q.. 1902. MJUBSti & MJLEN, Attonneya far PtalnDflff, Bismaddk N. D. 'Dated December 5, A- D. 1902 •. (First 'PubUcablon 'Dec. 5, 1902.) Sl^MMONS. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, OOUN 1y of Burleigh. In District CVwrt —Sixth Judiflial DlSfcricti Waiter Sfeeiton, Plaintiff, Randall Wllliatasj and all other peitoons unknown clatooing any estate or in terest In, or lien or incumbrance upo®u. the property described in the camplaint. and their unknown heirs, defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH f)AKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANTS: You and elaieh off you are hereby sum moned toanawer the complaint in this action, and tp serve a .copy of, your, an »wer upon the subscriber within thirty dnys aifter the service off "this summons updo you, exdusive off the day off ser vice, and in case off your failure to ap pear or answer, Judgment will be feiken against you by default for the relief demanded in the complaint EDWARD 8. ALLEN, Attorney fat Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D. Darted Deceanber 4, A. D. 1902. Yon w&l tp#eane take notice that the summons and complaint In the above entitled ajataoawas ft had In the office off cleii^ off tibe district court in and for Borfefeh county and state of North Diaibotaomth6 4t day off Deeember, A. D.. 1902. EDWARD 6. ALLEN, AWomey for PlainUff, Bismarck, Nf D, Dated December 5, A. D. 1902. 1902.: (First Publication Dec. 5, SUffliMONi. STATE} OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty bff Burleigh. In D&trlct Oourt —Sttxth JuddcdafLDistrict, v Waiter ^ton* Plaintiff, vy^*1$ TO. v' L. V. Lounsberry, in trust jtor .George H. Lounsberry, and all other pemsons unknown claiming any estate or In terest In, or lien or incumbrance upon, the ifroperty descpibed tn tllie xxmpLatot, and their unknown Welre, defendants-. THE STATBJ ,oip NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANTS:.." Yoiu dud eiaicli off you axe .hereby.sum moned to answw tne~co«np'laiint in tUis actton^ furud to serve a copy of your an swef upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service off 'tMs sumnTons. upon you, exclusive of the day of ser vice, and In.-qase of your fadlure. to ap j^ear oqr answer,, judgment wflll be taiken against you .by d^ult fioir the relief demamdeld in. the comipJaint. ..... EJDWARiD S. ALLEN, Attorney Plaintiff, .Dlsmawk, N. D. Daited Deoeimiber 4, A. D. 1902 •. y^.will teOtease take notice that the suimvnpns.„uiid( compMnt in the above entitled aicltiicxn was filled in tiie oMteof the clerk off the district couri: in aiid e. ^MrleJtgh cowitjLanid state off North ikota bn the day off Decembear, A. ty.. i902. ,.. EfDiWAIRtD ft ALLEN,/-: Attwney fi&r PlaJnitlff, BdHmarckf N. D. Dated Deceimibeir 5, A. D. 1902. (Ftnst Pu1bW09.tlOtt.Dec. 5, 1902.) SUBMDMONS. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of BurleSgh. In Ilstrict Court —Sixth Juidiiidall District Walter Sikeaton. Plaliitiff, ... .... /r,.- ,:'v*-A Nelson Farel, Eliza W. HarrjB, and all. other .p&Bans unknioiwai cMmiing any eStlite cr tntei«st dai, or lien or Shounfibranioe upon, the property de soiibed in the complaint and th«iir unkmoiwin heiiire, deffendanite. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAiMDD DEFEND ANTS: You and eaich of you are.hereby suxn inoped to answer the coroplaint ih tfiiis actlioni i^rud to serve a copy of your an swer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service off Ms summons upon: you, exclusive of the day off ser vice, and 4n case off your failure to ap pear or answer, judgment wflll be taken against you by default for the relief /demanded in the complaint. -s a EDWARD ft ALLEN, Attorney Bar Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D. .Dated Deoemiber 4, A. D. 1902. Yaai- will ©(Lease take notice that the summons amd coanpladnt in the above entitled^ lacitSoii was filed in the office of •the clerk of the district court dn and far Burleigh counter and state of North Dakota on the 4th day oif December, A. D.. 1902. EDWARD & ALLEN, Attorney for Plaintiff, Bismarck, N. D. Dated DeceanlbeT 5, A. D. 1902. (First PubUation Dec. 5, 1902!) stSmmons STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, CJOUN ty off Burleigh. In District Court -—Sixth.. Judicial: District. Walter Skelton, Phdntiff, Harriet E: IvM, and.,all other persons unfrnowai claanflng' any estate or in 'terest inj or lien or incumbrance •upon, ±he: property descrtfjedj in the complaint, and their unknown heirs, dfsfeftdants. THE saPATEJ CMF' NORTH DAKOTA TO TP® ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANTS You and each of ypu are .hereby suim' nnoed to answer the complaint in this action, amd to serve a copy of youf an swer upon the subsoribea- -within thirty dayBaftarthe8ervleeoff ithis summons upon yon, ex^usive off the day off ser vice and in case Of your fdiluTe to ap P^iar *ranswer, judgtoeht will ha taken »«»^t! ypu, byi (^au|t to the relief demanded in itthe oomplain.tr. ..SDWiARI?" S, j^LLEN,. Afrionney' for -Riintlffi' Bikoiaxck N. DWted Dfloeii£ber 4 j(C 0, 1902.' You wHl ipdease take notice that' the samsmoiw and coanplaint in the above entitled aribii^n^wasfiledLntheofflce of ^fk of the distriot court in and for Burl^gh couhty aind state of North Dakota on tfiie 4th day oit Decemb^, A* D.. 1902 EDWARD S,.AiLiLENik Attorney tor Plaintiff, Bismarck. N. D. DabaJ Depeimiber 5, A. D. 1902. :(Fln»t Publication Dec. 5^1902.) SUMMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, OOUN ty of BurleSgh In District Oourt —-SBxth Judicial Diafcrlct 'Ben^aanin J. Flerachaus, Plaintiff, William .Van Gppe an'd all other parsons unknown clawiSng any estate or. in- tereet in, oar Hen or incumbrance upon, the property described jn: the ccaapiaitit, and their unknown heirs, detendanta. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND ANTS: Yon and each of you are iwareby sum moosd to answer the complaint in this acf^on. and to senre copy of your aOr swer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service off this summons upob you, exclusive off the day of ser vice, and in oaae of your failure to ap •pear a^asswer, Judgment will be taken against you. by d«fault far the relief deananded in the complajhrt AMJSJN & ALLENT^ Attorneys for- Plaintiff, Bismarck N. D. Daited JDecwmSwr 4. A. D. 1902 "iTou vrlU splease take notice that the summons and oamjlaint In the above entitled nation was filed in the office of ^he elerk' off the distriot court in and for Burleigh couwty and state of North Dakota on the 5th day of December, A. D.. 1902. •i AliLEN & ALLEN,: Attoa«ey» for PJaintdff, Bismarck N. D. Dated Deoamber 5, A. D. 1902. -"^Wholesale and Retail ...GROCERS... Dealers in Coalt Wood, Ice and ..... .Grain. uCprn$r .third and cSMARCKi. S -Jr=lr=lr=i^=ir. coilMissibii O A t. (Incorporated.) ... Sti Capital and Surplus 1500,000. General Offices, Bank of .Cottmercci Bldg., Minneapolis, Minn. 9 and Provisions Bought and sold for cash or on margins for fntare delivery^ We owaand operate tb«i most extensive private wire system in the United States. W» guarnntfisitisf^eOution^for ders when limits are reached Valuable book of statistics free on applica REFERENCES: IlIIONlL %D ST)fTE Bllis" N. B.—If ydn have an Open trade or acceont with, lis yon can operate it in any of our 75 offices. a8 & 39, First National Bank Bld'g jig|: BISflARCK, N. b. P. JjONG, Local Manager.' SpQ *. ... ... %r- No. 97,mix«i,.west bound, arrive 5:08 p.~m. No. 96, mixed, east bound, depart &:45 a. m. Freight and passengers, for Braddock, Na poleon, Oakes, Hanlcinson and all points' no» Soo line to Minneapolis. Bismarck, Washburn & Great Falls iRailway Co. Official Time Card, ^o, 12. Taking effect at°. 6 a.m. Monday, January ISth, 1901. 4^' Daily except Sunday. No. l.j Mis. Stations. .No. 2. 8:30 a.m. 0. .Lv.. Bismarck.. t.. Ar. SK)0p. me 9:10a.m. 10..Ly...Arnold..1..t..IiV.2:20t). mi* 9:50a. m. 18..Lv. Baldwin.. t..LT.lS0p. m. 26.Lv.Chapin Jet.,.. Lv.*..........( 10-^0a.m. 27.Ar.. Wilton. t..Lv.l:15p. m. Chapin....... 11:30 a. m. 11:15 a. (Must Publication Dec. 5, 1902. SIMMONS. STATES OP NORTH DAKOTA, COUN ty of BurleSgh. In District Court wai|fer SReiltioh^ Plaih^iS," ^"^4 vs. R. G. JTefferson, James Kassoni am) ^11' oth^f peiBons unknown cMming'any estate or interest in, or Uetn or 4nicnMlra uq^oii^ .the property de s^rtbed to the coi^fdnit! ahd thlar u»iC9(9wlp! deffei^anto.' •. THE STATE OP NOR^H 1)AK0?TA TO- THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDS ANTS:, You aaid each off you are hereby sum-' moned to answer the complaint in. this ait$)^ sdiiid t^.pepye a copy '.offiypuir an swer upon the eubscrfber within thirty days after t^.s^r^lQe off ithis summons upon you, eiMusive of the day off serr- vice, and In cawof^your failure to ap P«aror answer, judraienjt will he .tatoi awdnst ytM byv d®8lulit «or the^i^Ileff' demanded Attorney fSba* Plaintiff, Btennairck, N. V.1^^ Daited December'4,. A. D. 1902. You^^n-t i^'ta^e mb^ce that the summons awi complaint in the dl^tve entitled adtStm was filed In the office of cle^-off thj^ dlati^ i^ jUu^d Jtor Burtedjgh oountgr aaw state of Nor& Dakota om the ^h day off rfeberaber, A. !£. 1902,- Z&Sfflp (Pkst Piiiblfloatloi D^. 5, 1902.) WMONS. rAmaff north dako^ta corN ty of Burle^L In Dletx-lct CXwirt —rSUtth" Jiadlolal' I^isfcrlct.- r^lJ Walter Skelton. PlaintSff. .. VB. Chas. Munson. Christl.na..MunsQij %&£ .to' l" 27.Lv.. Wilton..,.t..Ar.. lKlO p. JLiv.Bdosevelt....Lv..a 45 Ar..Washburn..t.Lv.. 12d3p. m_ m. a Stop on signal. Telegraph station. EDWIN C. WASHBURN, General Manager. E.H. WALKEB, Traffic Manager- jr» EOWAfBD Si ALL^r Attorney tor PfefaiMff, Bismiarck, N. D. Datfd Deeenn,b«r,5.r A. D, mg. 4* v. s&- Jind all other perixms linlokiiwin claSming any estate or interest- in, or Mem at dnoumbran»e,«poin, the pooiffirty d.e scncHbed tn the oomplaittt and titkatt •mnkinown he«rie, detfendanfcs. THE STATE OP NORTH DAIvOl A TO THEE ABOVE NAMED DEPEND,-. •A^NTS: ,:• ,vv" You and each off you are hereby sus& monOd toanawie^ the coaftplafot in, this a*ft»0v amd to serve a copy off your an fwer upon the subscriber within thirty days after the service of this summons "pon you, exclusive off the day off ser vice, and dn case of your-failure* to ap pear or answer, Judgment will be taketa agaan^ you by default far the relief demanded in the oompJaint. ^WARD S. ALLEN, Attoroey fcr Waintlff, Bismarck, N. D. Daited December 4, A. D. lflOa You. will please take notice that the aummions aaid complaint in the above OTtltaedaxJt^^waiB filed inthe office of ^|^k of the distriot court in and fw Bwrtedgh amtgty and stale of North g^aon th»4th dayctf December, A. 1 BDIWARD S. allkN, Attorney ftr PBainMff, Blsmattik. N. D, Dbcamber 5, A. D. 1002.