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TWO W'\- •¥v l-i.' NEWS OF THE LONG DRAWN OUT SCHOOL WAR ENDED PAIRMOUNT, March 14 —Fair mount is to get its new school build ing, bonds for which were voted nearly five years ago in the sum of 118,000. A bitter factional fight has been waged year after year in tihe courts and prevented the issuance of the bonds until the fifth trial this winter resulted in a verdict for the stihool. The case has twice been In the supreme court. Sealed bids are now advertised to be in by April 9 for the erection of an eight-room brick school in accordance with plans and specifications prepared by archi tects of Fargo. BILLINGS FARMERS WILL ORGANIZE BHLFIELD, March 14.—About fifty of the representative farmers of the township of Fryburg met in the town ball in Fryburg. and, after several rousing addresses organized what will hereafter be known as the Fryburg Rocky Ridge branch of the Farmers' Co-operative club. During his speech President Pow ers pointed out the benefits to be de rived by the farmers owning their own elevators, and after the meeting Judge Frieby was delegated to go to Beach and meet with the Golden Val ley ^farmers their annual meeting. AMERICAN PRISONERS BOLTED EN ROUTE WINNIPEG, March 14—Four long time convicts, all Americans, who were being taken from Winnipeg to Kingston prison for safe-keeping, made a spectacular effort to escape in the Toronto union station today, and were beaten almost to death by their guards before surrendering. The prisoners are Michum broth ers, convicts, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, alias Kelly and Jones, who shot a pot liceman in a spectacular street-car hold-up here on August 25, serving fifteen years W. Brown of Texas, who kidnapped a young woman school teacher at Snow Flake last fall, eight years, and A. Bonnar, horse thief, of Butte, Mont., seven years. Bonnar's penalty is escaping three times. He got out of Stoney Moun tain jail, but did not go far. He said he escaped Just to sihow them he could. IMPORTED DECISION ON TAX MATTERS DEADWOOD, March 14.—A deci sion of much importance on tax ad justments has just been rendered in the circuit court here by Judge W. G. Rice. The court held In effect that the "county commissioners did not possess the power to review the as sessments of the Btate board of equal isation except where the -property was assessed over its true and actual value, as shown by 'petition. The action was brought on an al ternative writ of mandamus sought by the First National bank of Dead wood for the owners of ban-, stock. Their petition set forth the assess ment of bank stock was raised 60 per "cent by the state board of equalisa tion and the county commissioners refused to review this finding on the -opinion of the state's attorney. The commissioners were then mandamused to appear and show cause why they should not reduce the assessment. Judge Rice on the showing sustained a motion of the state's attorney to quash the tem porary writ, holding that the com missioners had no reviewing power In the premises unless it could be shown that the assessment was above the actual value, which in the present case was not contended. Hunting Mistakes Next time you work all day and far into the night, bunting for an error in a trial balance, remember this: Burroughs Bookkeeping Machines don't make mis takes. }§$•. They have cut that sort of thing out of the lives of 140, 009 American office men. Ipf^fliejr prevent worry and toss Of time in hunting er- mi sLet us show you, today. 1 MBun|K, •WsWis^siwSn ^ajp* §».£. RUSSELL, •V-SsUi' MORMONS SAID TO PLOT FOR CONTROL OF ANOTHER STATE $ CALGARY, Alta., March 14.— 9 The Mormons, who have made the Cardston country blossom «fr as the rose, are preparing to leave Alberta. The colony has «5 prospered in Canada, and the contemplated move is not so much commercial as it is of a political character. 4 The mother church in Utah has arrived at the conclusion 6 that the sect's opportunity lies in Nevada, in which the church already has a strong foothold, and where, on account of the limited population, as many Mormans as there are in Alber ta can easily control the elec tions and be as powerful in the affairs of the state as the Mor mons are in Utah. *0"»«* ADDITION TO FORCE AT FORT SNELUNG ST. PAUL, March 14—The plan of the War Department to make Fort Snelling a brigade post has begun to assume definite form, according to orders received at army headquar ters. Two squadrons of the Second United States cavalry, now stationed in the Philippine Islands, under or ders to sail from Manila July 15, will be stationed at Fort Snelling. "This will bring the number of cav alry men at the post to about 500, or double the number of that' arm ever stationed there in the past," said Col onel G. H. Plummer, commandant. "If the cavalry men sail on time, we can expect them in St. Paul about the middle of August." The order issued' by the War De partment also affects Fort Meade, South Dakota. Headquarters, band, machine gun platoon and the first squadron of the Second will be sent to that post. COUNTIES MUST PAY FOR FUMIGATION PIERRE, March 14.—On request of the state's attorney of Union county, the attorney general department (has rendered an opinion on a question which has been a quandary to more than one householder in this state. The attorney general holds that where the county board of health hag ordered! a quarantine and fumigation for con tagious diseases, the expense of such fumigation for contagious diseases, the ezpense of such fumigation is upo the county, and not upon the individ ual owner of Fie property. This mat ter of expense has been the cause of many quarrels between individuals! and officials, and it is to be hoped that the present opinion will settle the matter for all time. YOUNG MEN MURDERED NO MOTIVE KNOWN OAKES, March 14—Fullerton, 16 miles west of Iiere on the Soo. was the scene of a tragedy when a young man by the name of Cole was shot and instantly killed by Frank Dungan. Cole was sitting a chair in a pool hall.. Dungan entered and after watching the game a few minutes pulled a gun and fired twice at Cole. The first bullet entered the left breast above, passing downward toward the heart. The second entered the right breast. There were no words passed and no motive is assigned for the deed, other than that the mad with the gun must have been seized tem porarily with insanity. Dungan was arrested and taken to Ellendale, the county seat. His wife was recently taken to the insane hos pital at Jamestown. FOUR STATES ARE REPRESENTED AT MEET ABERDEEN, S. D., March 14—The Western Passenger association will grant the regular excursion rate of a fare and a third for the round trip from ell points in South Dakota to Aberdeen for the State Builders' meeting to be held here March 20 and 21. After several days' effort in trying to secure -the rate, John Detts, state immigration commis sioner, last night received a telegram announcing that the above rate would be arranged for This applies to all railroads entering this city and from all points within the state only. North Dakota, Montana and Min nesota will be represented at the meeting with large delegations. Ex Governor Series of the northern state w..i head the North Dakota delega tion which will come from Grand i-'orks by special train. E. J. Lander, president of the Federation of Com mercial crabs of North Dakota will also be in the delegation with rep resentatives from all the commercial clubs of the state. STUDENTSADOPTRECALL AT THE UNIVERSITY GRAND FORKS, March 14.—In or der to place the responsibility of is, suing the University Student, the weekly publication supported by the junior class, upon the shoulders of the managing editor, elected for the year's work, that class has decided to adopt the recall system, subject ing the editor to recall in the event that he fails to perform his duties. Not only will the recall be iheld over the shoulders of the managing editor, but it also will be held as a club over other members of the paper's editor ial force. CONVENTION CALLED TO BE HELD AT ABERDEEN ABERDEEN, S. D., March 14.—The committee selected at the meeting of the Roosevelt supporters at Mitchell to- select a list of ten delegates and ten alternates to the Republican na tional convention, to go on the repub lican primary ballot as simon pure Roosevelt delegates and to call an adjourned meeting of the Rootevelt republicans to pass on their selec ti ns. has called the meeting to be held at Aberdeen on March 20, at the time of the "state builders" meet ing. It is probable all shades of pol itics will be represented at the latter meeting. While the "state builders" will devote their time to plans for upbuilding the state and developing its resources, there will be numerous side issues in the way of politics. $1,000,000 FOND FOR ITS NORMAL SCHOOL ABERDEEN, S. D., March 14.— Presenting statistics showing that the Northern Normal in Aberdeen is receiving about $5,000 annually from the lands set aside for'the mainten ance, 'President Nash of the normal, in an address last night before the Social Science club, gave it as Me opinion that the endowment for the local state educational institution is worth all of $1,000,000. if properly conserved. Of the 696,000 tract of public land set aside for state colleges, 44MMMI acres belong to the normal, this land being located in the counties of Brown, Campbell, McPherson. Ed munds, Hyde, Sully and Walworth. The last land sold brought $4% an acre. AMDROSE POLICE SHOOTS INTRUDER AMBROSE, March 14.—Michael Tackney, an employe in a livery barn in Ambrose was shot by Chief of Po lice Vlg of that city when caught leav ing a coal shed in which fuel belong ing to the city of Ambrose was stored. Chief Vig has sleeping quarers in the fire hall, -and it is reported that for some time the coal owned by the city was disappearing altogether too fast. The chief heard some one is th coal shed which adjoins the build ing in which he wa» asleep. Vig imme. dlately arose and went to the shed, and discovered a party leaving the build ing through a small door of the coal bin. He ordered the intruder to halt, but the party who had been helping himself to the city's coal -kept on gov ing, and was part way out of the door when Chief Vig shot at him. Th bul let passed through the building, the fleeing man being astraddle the parti tion, and entered Jis leg which was outside. The chief then easily made the capture, and it proved to be Mike Tackney, an employe in a livery barn Just east of th* Ambrose city hall. The prisoner is recovering in a Crosby hospital and will have a trial at Mlnot. BURGLAR STOPPED BY BULLET. AMBROSE, March 14.-4feught red-handed at burglary and attempt ing to make his escape by jumping through a window, Michael Thackey received a bullet wound in one leg at the hands of Chief of. Police Vlg. ig had entered the building to scare Thackey. "•.•*••-—•-.•...L-.-,,"",,'.'•.,,••:"- TELLS WOMEN HOW TO HAVE CHARMING HAIR Rough, coarse hair iB unneces sary so is faded, dull looking hair. Dandruff and scalp itch are both caused by an accumulation of scurfy filth and can easily be gotten rid of. Dandruff germs cause falling hair and diseases of the hair and scalp, and should be destroyed. If you have anyjpf the hair trou bles mentioned above Lenhart will guarantee PARISIAN SAGE to end everyone of them or will refund your money. PARISIAN SAGE is a delightful hair dressing that is being used to 4ay by many thousands of lovely Americans who detest undeanllnees. Large bottle 50 cents.' N W W News ofthe State wnm»i«ii^»a«»««», ««i««#i«»« Portal has ordered uniforms lor its ball team. jy.. WilUB^' needs more room for its high school. •£.. Ben Whitehead's Williston State is Prof. Perfect is leader of the band at Mlmor. The White Earth Record has start ed on its eleventh volume. There is some action among the the office seekers at Forman. •".'-•: The Sperry trial now on at Fargo promises to be a long drawn out case.. A man/ wag fined for assaulting the white wife of a chink at Williston. Up to date there are nine candU dates for sheriff in Richland county. There is no end of new school houses to be built in the state this coming year. —O— Professor Bolley's advice to buy good seeds is being widely published over the state. The election at Hatton to sell bonds for an electric light plant carried by a vote 49 to 7. Basketball games have throwed Bottineau and Willow City into heated word war. a Under'the new management the Kenmare Journal starts out with a good run of advertising. The Maxbass Monitor claims that Maxbass has the most winsome maid ens in Bottineau county. The Minot Democrat seems to be disappointed because Joe Devine did not announce his platform. _*— The socialists at Ellendale wiU make an effort to elect some of the city officials there this spring. The Forman News says the potato industry will show a big growth in Sargent county the coming season. Some of the democrats claim that Whitehead will win first place with Willson of Bathgate as second choice. 'Dairy Commissioner Flint is a favorate with the farmers in regard to the dairy work he has done in the state, Thi» Bottineau Gourant warns the people not to let politics cause them to neglect the Industrial progress of the state.- Major Frank White of Valley City has just made a trip through the northern part of the state on insur ance business. There seems to be some indiffler ence in North Dakota as to who will be vice president, as there were no petitions filed. The people at Steele seem to want a bell for the school house bnt the vote of the board on .the matter re sulted in a tie. .•'. One of the county officers at Ashley draws a roast from the Republican because some of the letter heads were printed at Fargo. W. A. Godward formerly of the Devils Lake schools has-been selected as president of the New Rockford Collegate institute. Lansford business men have organ ised a company to promote tho manu facture of a gas engine the invention of a local genius. .. Perhaps one of th^ reasons why Garfield drew such a crowd at Dick inson was the fact that the Press got out an extra edition. State Senator Simpson's record as a private with Grigby's rough riders is being used as a good boost for his candidacy for congress. A large Rochester lamp in the State Bank at Mohall went on the rampage and sooted and smoked up the furni ture so that took several hours to scrub out the building. There does not seem to be much enthusiasm over the recall in North Dakota since the people have seen how it operated iia Bismarck. The Russell Sentinel is receiving a good run of advertising since It passed into the hand* of Editor Wood, who is giving t?e pe0P]e of his town a'good.paper. i:$£ •.-•:••••r .-.'"::v. .r*.r: Looks like Editor Roy Fyles of the Milnor Teller will go against Editor Charles Jordan of the Cogswell Enter prise as a candidate for state senator of Sargent Senator A. Ix Martin of Sentinel Butte will donate 100 pecks, of seed com to as manr farmers ife^Billings and will distribute if the first of May so it can be planted In plenty of time. '.•:'•: ."• _•'• Colnnel Scarl'tti Is a candidate lor county commissioner upi at Mlnot and while Editor McGoaan of the Demo crat thinks he iwilt make a good official he doubts If it is worth the grief he win have after he gets the office. ~-r'\-' ,. FANCY YOUNG VEAL «4 Young lamb. stricUy eora fed pork, fine meats. Itfe* oysters at h«al auarters for meeisw XJUSSNBR'S. phone•». w^:n.%%: .:• 'vv «*^»«i*»«#»Nli#«y»»*»»»i»*»"****»»« SUt. W »*y. Janks A. Dray of Ash and Dena Danielson of Amor were married by Judge Boyesen at the court house at Bowioan.'...:^,'.-,.:-^- ^-^-'-.v-,..:,'-'- & Judge Henry at Devils Lake united in marriage MISB Martha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Gehrman of Garske, and LouisjPult*! a well known farmer, also from Garske. Miss Helen (Flnik and August Ander son were married in the Methodist church by the Rev. F, H. Farrand. Both are' deaf mutes and graduated from the Devils Lake school a few years ago. The groom is a printer. His parents 4ive in the vicinity of Grand Forks and are well to do farm ers who came from Norway about 20 years ago. Mr. Emil Kindsvogel and Miss Kar olina Leno were united in marriage by Rev. A. Debus at the pastorage at Hebron. Victor Dichtenmueller and Fred Rauh were the witnesses. At the home of the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gudmund Melland, resid ing south" of Loma, near Langdon, oc curred the marriage of their son. Ed ward, to Miss Eva Peterson of Loma, the ceremony being performed by- Rev. Mr. Unseth of the Norwegian Luther an church. The marriage of George Dring of Bluegrass, N. D.. and Miss Mattie Schnivle of Dickinson took place at Dickinson at the home of Mrs. O. R. Bosworth. Only the immediate mem- I bere of the family were present for the ceremony, which was performed by Rev. F. H. Farrand. MOVEENGINESON SLEDS FOR RAILROAD WORI ESMOND, March 14.—The recent snow bar made it possible for Con' tractor Nelson's men to haul out the four dinkey engines on logging sleds. The engines weigh 18 tons each and the task was not a small one. The entire distance was cov ered in one day with each engine. Several large piles of timbers for the trestle work are now ihere, which with the rails will make considerable work for the teamsters Bookkeeper H. F. Whorton has been busy the past week superin? tending the work of fixing up the first floor of the Hicks building by partitioning it off and heading it so it could be used as a store room for the camp grocery supply. The goods ihave arrived and were placed in the building. ADVERTISED LETTER LIST For the week ending March 9, 1912: Barber, Edgar J. (2) Calhoon, Albeit. Coffey, HaiTy. Carlson. Mary. •Cervinski, Paul.' Craven, V. M. Davey, I. C. Eagon, Thomas. Eccels, W. H.x Broniln, E. •_: Green, B. J. Greene, E. E.".." Guggensylocker, Miss. Horelpin, P. A. .,"-•-.''.. Hesson, L. J. Iverson, Clara. Kluis, Fred. Kardomakis, Jaenne. Kropp, Mrs. G. H. Larson, C. Lee, Eva May Lindlom, F. O Mulllck, Roy. McCarthy. Roy. McKay, Reay.•'•••~-.:'-^. Oleson, Oh»t Orcutt, Clarence Smith J. Shields. James (2) Searle, Mrs. A. Sreit,. Andrew*--?^r::/:. Skinner, Bert"' W '..." Stamper, AcyT, \-'~j:Zf.•^•.^••, '.-Tucker, Mary .-.• ^••'/•^•s.^f^y.i.'" :Wassenajr,'"K''jt.!'''' 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Millet, Timothy. max, Alfalfa, Barley, all tested at A. C. A few cars feed corn and oats next week. Address, Holland Nur* ery Co., Phone GHJ. W&fr :^4t-M $ •«•*$ If you Wish to Double the Beauty of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely v. Try a Danderine Hair Cleanse ¥our hair becomes light, wavy, fluffy, abundant and appears as soft, lustrous and beautiful as a younggirl's after a Danderine liajx cleanse. Just try this—moisten a cloth with a little Danderine and carefully diaw it through your hair, taking one small strand at a tune. Thiswill cleanse the hair of dust, din and excessive oil and in just a few moments you have doubled the beauty of your hair. A delightful surprise awaits particularly those who have been careless, whose hair has been neglected or is scraggy, faded, dry, brittle or thin. Besides beautifying the hair at once, Danderine dissolves every particle of dandruff: cleanses, purifies and invigor ates the scalp, forever stopping itching and raiting hair. WOLF SLAUGHTER HEAVY BUILDING MATERIAL-/ SCHAFER, March M.-fn 1W1, 600'for either repairs or new buildings, wolves and coyotes were killed in Our stock Is complete with tas best MoKenxle county by ranchmen and farmers, who received in bounty 11,440.50. Since January 1 more than 80 wolves have been destroyed. This will mean the saving of large num bers of calves and lambs this spring. material that money can buy. We are here to serve you as we have done in the past, and by giving us your business you will be assured the most for your money. Come In and talk with us—we may have some suggestions that will help you—our estimates don't cost you anything and we gre only too glad to figure with you. ^y] GOODR1DGE-CALL LBR. CO. none 115. ProtectivePlumbing Don't overlook the fact that good plumb ing is the most essential point in inodeni home building. The health of your family and self may de pend on proper sanitation of your home and the quality of the fixt ures. 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