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W': iii (Wr JS fel% ft THE EVENING TIMES STANDSFOK GRAND FOtKS AND NORTH DAKO TA UNDER ALL CIRCUMSTANCES |fe:.---^flfP"- M: ''Bra^ Pf -i VOL I, NO. SSSISSSS: »«yy Five Famous Political Prison era Removed From Their Strongholds ,K?h BTE-ELECTIONS FOB COMMONS. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 13.—The bye elections for the Dominion constltu encies of West Assiiiiboia and Sas katchewan', rendered necessary by the resignations of Hon. J. H. Lamont and Hon. Walter Scott, are being helh to day. Both parties have candidates up and the contest has b?en very spirited. The election of the Liberal candidates Q.'BS. McCraney of iSaskatchewan, and W. E. Knowles of West Asslnlbola. 's predicted. VyW'^! VJk D** Gen. Neney Heads Troops Who Captured Towns for Jiminez, ^CapeH^ytien, Hayti, Feb. 13.—A messenger who arrived today from Mon^e Crjsti, in the north part of Bast Domingo Reports that the revolution* ary movement has broken outat Monte Cristl. General Neney Vat the head of t\ numerous body of troops, has attack ed and captured the town of Dajabon, onthe frontier of Haytl. Nene/ is a devoted .partisan of General Jiminez, the former president of Santo 'Domin go, and It. Is generally believed that the movementls in favbr of Jlmine* and that Its,object Isto prevent the •government from holding the ap proaching elections. as, "m i.? •df iyi A HAZpva BILL. 1 Washington,- Feb. 18L—The' senate oonumttoe on, naval attalrs today ported favorably tha Dill introduced by Senator Perkins to prevent haslng at the naval academy. The bill amends the acts hSretofore passed and was t^wmnnided by the seoretaty ol the navy. ton fyfic*- «\, tontcht and uth portion!: sou riunc.. temperature Ipf \-4$ Containing Remains of Late 'King Christian to Be Viewed By Mourning Countrymen 4 /1^4 Copenhagen, Feb. 13.—The coffin containing the btddy of King Christian was removed at 6 o'clock this morning from the palace to Christianborg chnrch where it will lie in state until February 15. The crown prince and other members of the royal family,, court omeials and army and navy officers passed forward of the hearse on foot through the crowd which lined the streets. After a brief service at the church the royal party retnrned to the palace. The public will be ad mitted to the church at stated hours to view the remains. "W"' ''.-If1 IN FORT SCHLUSSELBURG Whese Walls Have 'Witnessed Many Tsf11 Executions is Now v' .-y ". A 1S Empty. "St Petersburg, Feb.' 13.—Five fam ons political prisoners the last in mates of the Schlusselburg fortress, were taken 'from thelt cells last night and Bent to Siberia to serve the re mainder of their sentences. They were Karpovlc}), who killed Minister of Education Bogaleff in 1901 for forcibly enrolling student demonstrators In the army, Gershunin and Melnlkoff, accomplices in the assassination of Interior Mtateter^Stplagulne -aiftt" or ganizers of "the fighting organization of special revolutionists, Seasoneff, murderer of Interior Minister Von Plehve ahd his accomplice Sekorsky. Their sentences have been, materially ameliorated by the emperor's amnesty decree of November last The Brown* tag stronghold, casements" of which since the reign of aCtherine II. when Authors Radischeff and Novikoff were imprisoned" for their liberal ideas, have always harbored political prls oners and within which most of the', executions of the terrorists of late years have occurred, Vis \now empty anil the keepershavebeen disbanded. The^alls, however, will be left stand ing as a show place. HOUSE OF COMMONS. Russian Council Adopts Dras tic Measures Against the Press. St Petersburg, eb. 13.—The coun cil of ministers has decided that the propagation by newspapers of false rumors, against the government, indi vidual officials or the army shall be punishable by from two to eight months' imprisonment and fines not exceeding $150. In the event of such rumors causing an outbreak of ille gal acts tr disturbances among the troOps the penalty will be increased to sixteen 'mouths' imprisonment iC'V MASSACHUSETTS G. A. B. Veterans of the Old Bay State Meet -:in Boston. Bbstoni Mass., Feb. '13.—Faneuil Hall yiaB gay with the national colors today' in honor Jf the department of Massachusetts, Grand Army of the Re public whose fortieth annual encamp ment was called to order in the his toric edifice at 10 o'clock this morning. This encampment will remain in ses sion over tomorrow. The election of officers will result in the advancement of J. Payson Bradley to the position of commander to succeed -James H. Wolff. The only contest is for the position of junior/ commander^ for which there are several aspirants. The annual, state conventions of the Wo man's Relief corps and the Sons of Veterans also began in Boston today Miss Clara Barton, the distinguished civil war nurse, is among the noted visitors. ONPUBE FOOD Senate Will Vote on Measnre on Feb raary 3L Washington, Feib. 13.—The Benate has. agreed to vote oh the pure food bill February 21. MULISH Oermany and FranoeHang Out in Algej^ras Hatters—' A -Prospects Olondy. vBerlin, F)eb. 13.—Some txchanges of suggestions between this and other governments regarding (hp AlgecirasV negotiations are proceeding. althbugh there Is really ino expeetatloh of. an agreement' Botb Franoe and, der many have -taken up seemingly nn ylelding^positkmiii Franoe for a fed eral mandate in the Moroccan affairs and Oermany far a obatblned admln istratlon by aU the lnteleiMed powers. The *lew at -the CMiem, foreign of floe is that It Frttnoe liiliaded to lh Mst'on pwanMMftt poataon in lior occa why did take part to the con ferenceT If Oermany wwld apt agree to glfi.-'over. llweeo.- *i -*$#5' if 4 |Ipp3 .r^.,t,. ., wM! is .Assembled In London Today for Or ganlza^on. lxndon, Feb: 13.—The new house of commons assembled today for organ ization! A speaker will be elected and the remainder of the week will be oceupied with preliminaries and in the administration of the oath to the membero. The formal opening of the new parliament is set for next Mon day. The appearance of the new party leaders was greeted with cheers. At 2:15 p. m. the usher of the black rod appeared at the bar and all talking was immediately* hushed. The mem bers were formally requested to hear the reading of the, royal commission opening the new parliament The for mal announcement was then made: "We are commissioned to let you know that his Majesty will, as soon as the members of both houses shall be sworn, declare causes of his calling this parliament, and, it being neces sary, a speaker of the house of com mons will first bev chosen. It is his Majesty's pleasure that you, gentle men of the hbuse of commons, will proceed to the'choice of a proper per son to be your speaker, and that you present such person for his Majesty's approbation." to' :t!tiMio«i, the" ofliorts of y»aini ironld he Ihtlttes* and the long peribd unrest in Buropean aOalrsttls.MlMred.wOaWlMcMi'ttie issue of 'Whloh no ,om veatunaf U) v%k' IP -FISCAL OFFICEBS MEET.. They Wtll Consider Uniform Classifica tion of Hujelpal Accounts. Washington, D. C., Feb. 13-The uniform classification of municipal ac counts and comparable municipal sta tistics is the general subject of con sideration at a two days' conference begun in Washington today under the auspices of the bureau of census. The -participants include controllers, auditors, treasurers and. other official's of large cities throughout'the coun try. Among those Scheduled to ad dress the conference are Secretary Metcalf of the Department of Com merce and Labor S. N. D. North,, di rector of the census, Dr. .Edward M. Hartwell of Boston, and Dr. Frederick A. Cleveland of the National Munic ipal League. MADE FAST TBJP. Trial Ex- of Schooner Tennessee cceds Expectations. Boston, Feb. 13.—The new armored cruiser Tennessee made an unofficial ppeed of 22.16 knots on her speed trial yesterday. According to the report of one of the trial board the speed shown fs .16 of a knot in excess of the con tract requirements. AGAINST PROMINENT LAWYEB. Albany, N. Y., Few. 13.—The. court of appeals today upheld the indict ments against Abraham H. Hummell, a well known New York lawyer, charging subordination of perjury in the 'Dodge-Morse divorce case. GRASS SEED IS BIG DOPED at am,®unt °f BRITISH UNEMPLOYED FOR CANADA-FIRST LOT OF IEIMRRIVE England Seeks to Believe the Soclnl Strain by Sending Men to the Do minion for Employment—It Costs $50 to Send Them Away. London, Feb. 13.—The first contin gent of'^British emigrants to be sent to Canada under the scheme formulat ed by Lord Bothschild sailed for the Dominion today. The party consists of fifty families and it is planned to send three times that number later in the spring. At the expense of Lord Rothschild the emigrants are provided with clothes and food, the cost of their passaged and sums of money to guard against emergencies. The total cost of each adult is pl&ced at $50, which Is to be repaid in installments.' In select ing the families careful attention has been given to the state of their health, their 'respectability and qualifications for life in .the-Dominiofc- The success of the scheme will be awaited with much Interest as it is regarded .as a basis for1 the solution of the unem ployed problem in Great Britain. •Si ANNUAL CONVENTION.« Interstate Mantel and Tile Dealers' Association In Session. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 13.—The inter state Mantel and Tile Dealers' asso ciation began its second annual con vention in Baltimore today, with head quarters at the Hotel iBelvedero. The delegates number nurfe than four hun dred and come from various parts of New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, Connecticut, Deleware and several other states. The sessions will last three days and will'be oc cupied ^lth business of interest only to the trade. CA)TOA!N GEO. FBED TtLTOK J$f |||||p LECTURES THIS EVENING. "ftew*Bedford, Mass., Fefb. 13.—Cap-, tain Georgjp Fred fhlton of Vineyard Havon, who nyide the journey across Alaska on foot in the dead .of winter t^id brought to civillsatlon the news of the peril of the imprisoned arctic whalemen In 18OT, 1» to gtve a lecture on his experiences before the local lodge of Elks tonight The lecture Is the flrst of ierles which Captain Til- tn plans to ffrre In order-to ?*Jse fnnda, to fit on expedition tor 'the discovery of,the northi pole. Be proposes to take along with him a Kle&tlst sind one other companion. They will make Bank*' Land their starting poin$ lor a dash to" the pole. The start wlU be mads with five hundred dogs ahd man. and beast will live 'on the^ same sort ftonipreMntlndleatlons.Iltahpnb- A c4m&4&W. A SQUARE DEAL FOR AL1 Des Moines, Feb. 13.—Attorney Gen eral Hadley of St. Louis arrived here today for the purpose of taking deposition in regard, to the alleged unfair competition in the sale of oil by the Standard Oil company in Iowa. The deputy attorney general arrived yesterday and will assist. MISSOURI COURT OF HONOB. Carthage, -Mo., Feb. 13.—The annual state meeting of the Court of Honor lodges of Missouri, began here today with a good attendance of delegates. PROF. EMIL BEHRING. (German Medical Man Who Would Wipe Out Consumption.) Wellingtons Feb. 13.—The department of agriculture lias issued a circular relative to the investigation of the adulteration of orchard grass, bluegrass, clover and alfalfa seed The department gathered seed from all parts of the United sStes buying in Ve open S ket Mid of the seed examined about one-third was found adulterated. The degrees of adul teratwn varied from ten per cent to seventy-five per cent. The names of upward of a hun which the department alleges are selling adulterated seeds are printed in the cir cular. It is,estimated that 700,000 pounds of Canadian blue grass seed are annually im ported into the United States and mixed with Kentucky blue grass seed and sold as the lat inM a"?"/ trefMl sold at a corresponding advance, says the circular. MANY FANCY CANINES. Madlson Square Garden Scene of Fa.' mons Dog Show. New York, Feb. 13.—Beginning to day and continuing all week the auto-' crats of the canine kingdom will have things pretty much their own way at Madison Square garden. The shows of the Westminster Kennel club are always well worth witnessing, but the thirteenth annual, which opened to the public this morning, promises to be more interesting than any of its predecessors. There are more dogs entered, they are of a higher class, and society will doubtless patronize the show in a manner which will place all past exhibtions in the background. The entries reach the enormous total of 3,951 individual dogs, which breaks all records. Us regards the breeds, Boston terriers head the list, with cocker speniels next in numerical order. Rough collies come third, with bull-dogs a strong fourth. Other breeds with entries numbering over a hundred are bull-terriers, English set ters, Irish terriers, French bull-dogs, pointers and beagles. The English contingent is especially notable, Including the black Beautiful Billy, Parbold Prunella, the recogniz ed, champion-collie. of hersext. and her nine-months' old puppy, valued at J3.500. Southern Sculptor, the collie for which Mr. tlntermyer paid $3,500 last year, is exhibited for the first time. Other notable prize winners from the English ring are the famous field spaniel, Champion Gotham Queen, Chompion Lady Peggy, the Dalmatian, Champion Big of Courage, the grey hound, and the Irish terrier, Red Prince. Two breeds of dogs new to this country, the Roseneath terrior and Papillon spaniel, are to be seen. The Roseneath .terrier resembles the Scot tish terrier in every respect except that the color is white. The Papillon or butterfly or squirrel spaniel is a type never before exhibited on the bench .In'this country. Specimens of both breeds are exhibited by Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont, Mrs. H. -A. Harriman, Mrs. B. S. Woodward, Mrs. Burke Roche and H. D. Macdona. /&W:\ •«s '.? "5..,v«:v-.~. v' i':.,U. Wl«» a a re GRAND FORKS, NORTH DAKOTA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13. 1906. STANDARD OIL Repositions in Regard to Meth ods of the Octipus in Iowa Taken. i, PBESIDENTS BEAD BEPOBTS. At ftpi Silragbt Convention In Baltimore Today. Baltimore. Feb. 13.—Reports of the state presidents were read at4he Wo man's National Suffrage association oonventlon today. Among the reports were those by Alice M. A. Plckler, South Dakota, and Rev. Olympla prawn, Wisconsin. 1TITH IUBEBY. PerryviUe. Ark., Feb. II.—The crlm lnal oase against Senator F. C. Butt of Bureka ^prlngs wai called, for Wfal heni today. The accused senator to charged with boodllng In connec Upo with tM state capltol appropria tion bUL Mora than aeventy-flve wlt nesMj^bave be^ summohM faom Lit other polnt|f«ud tke trial vlo^ttract iridkm^ntto^ TO ADVANCE CHUBCH WORK. National Convention of Laymen As sembled Today at Pittsburg. Pittsburg, Pa., Feb. 13.—A national convention of the laymen of the Unit ed Presbyterian denomination began in this city today to exchange ideas on Christian work, and offer sugges tions for advancing the church work throughout the country. It is the first meeting of its kind ever held by a re ligious body in America. It is pri marily a conference of the business men of the church, to take into ac count the whole financial condition of the church. During the three days it will be in session the conference will consider the wisdom of certain expenditures, the methods followed in determining what church money shall be spent for, and how the funds ought to be raised. DENY THE BEPORTS Of Probable Failure to Agree in Algc elras Matters. Algeciras, Feb. 13.—The reports cir culating in European capitals that a crisis has 'been reached at Algeciras are not warranted by the actual con ditions here. Negotiations on police and finance questions are proceeding uninterruptedly, but have reached a bedrock point. This has caused some apprehension of an eventual deadlock, but the delegates, so long as the nego tiations continue, will not admit that a crisis has been reached. An Inquiry today among the American and other delegates showed they are confident of a successful result. is imported from England, mixed with alfalfa seeds and :Ml /^7-^m TIMES RELEASED ON A BOND OF $10,000 WIFE IS INJAIL Actors in Chicago Shooting Affray Now Meditating Over Same—Pad field's Wounds Not Serious—Dur- phy Woman in Jail. Chicago, Feb. 13.—G. W. Durphy, superintendent of the Chicago Dock company, who last night shot and wounded Daniel P. Padfield of Belle vue, III. when he discovered the latter In company of Mrs. Durphy, was this morning released in bonds of $10,000. Mrs. Durphy is still confined in the Harrison street police station on the charge of disorderly conduct. Pad field is suffering from two bullet wounds, one just below the heart and the other in the am. Neither wound is serious. TO OUST STANDARD OIL From Doing Business In Missouri Is the Hope. Des Moines ,Iowa, Feb. 13.—With the taking of the testimony of Frank Northrup and F. E. Yyman of Des Moines, both former Standard Oil com pany employes, Attorney General Her bert S. Hadley today announced that he had made out his case against the Standard Oil company in Missouri and expect8 .to get a decision ousting the company from doing business in Mis souri. STBIKE OB BACK DOWN Is Situation of Miners of Coal Accord, tag to Statement. New York, Feb. 13.—The coal mine operators have come to a full under standing and have agreed as to the general policy they will pursue at the cohference with thb committee of the mine workers' union to be held here Thursday next One of the presi dents of the coal carrying, roads said the situation was such that "the min ers would have to strike or back down." CONSECRATION TOMOKBOW. Grand Rapids. Mich., Feb. 13.—Many eminent churchmen of the Episcopal church are gathering in Grand Rapids for the consecration of the Rev. John N. McCormlck, p. Ij., as coadjutor bishop of the diocese of Western Mich igan. St Mark's church will be the scene of the event which promises to be one of- the greatest ceremonial functions ever seep in this city. Among those to participate are Bishop Tuttie of Missouri, Bishop Knight of Cuba. Bishop Woodcock of Kentucky. Bishop Nelaon of Georgia, and Bishop Ander son of Chicago, ,:-j.v"-*i'j»c^-i4rr 1 BORED BY A TUG THREE VESSELS Three Lives Lost By Collision During Fog in East River. New York Feb: 13.—At .V AJ* f»M: *«jl w-^ least three lives are believed to have been lost in the East river today when one ves sel was cut completely in two -and two others had holes stove in them by a tug boat which was running blindly in the fog and rammed, into the ship ping at the foot of East Twenty-first street. PROCLAMATION BY GOVEBNOB. Odessa, Feb. 13.—General Kaul- bars, governor general of Odessa has issued a proclamation declaring that every one attempting to kill or killing an official by means of explosives, arms or otherwise o«- who is found in 'possession of deadly implements will henceforth be condemned to capital punishment without inquiry or trial. The proclamation covers the govern ments of Kherson and Odessa inclu sive of Bessarsbia, Ekaterinoslav and the Crimea. 100 HOUBS IN DEEP EABTH. Stockton, Cal., Feb. 13.—Tomo Sab ath and Gero Buvoich, "Who had been Imprisoned in the App mine at Quartz by a cavein since midnight on Thurs day, were rescued today after having been in the tunnel without food for more than 100 hours. There was plen ty of water at hand and they did not suffer from thirst They were ex tremely weak when rescued, but other wise were in good condition. The special seed trains with experts to address farmers on seed selection are becoming more *nd more popular In all northwestern states. Wherever the train stops in South Dakota crowds of farmers, numbering as high as 1,200 crowd about it or fill local halls arranged for »e lectures. That is practical missionary work, and- no farmer can afford to miss the lectures and discussions. MADESPEAKER "--j Lowther Elected to House of Commons By a Unani mous Vote. London, Feb. 13.—James William Lowther was unanimously re-elected speaker of the house of commons to dpy. In accordance with the prece dent established there was no opposi tion. The house afterwards adjourned until tomorrow without transacting any other business. The swearing In of membera will occupy the rest of the week. BBUlSE leads to death. Cedar Baplds, Iowa, Feb. 1!.—Rev. Father Thomas Joseph Reynolds for eight years priest of the Catholic chnrch at Fairfax, died' in this city from blood poisoning resulting from a •man bruise on his leg two weeks aco. He was .well knownftn north western Iowa, having been rector at Storm Lake, Cherokee mad other THE EVENING TIMES. NAYS NO FAVORITES. IT IS THE rEOfUES PAPER FROM START TO FINISH POSTAL FRAUDS Beavers Pleads Guilty to Conspiring With Former U. 8. Sen ator—A Two Year's Sentence Given. Washington, D. C., Feb. 13.—In the criminal court today George Will Beavers pleaded guilty to the indictments charg ing him with conspiring with former Senator Geo. H. Green of Binghampton, N. Y. and W. D. Doremus to defraud the government in connection with the furnishing of postal sup plies and also of bribery and was sentenced to two years in Moundsville, W. Va. penitentiary. He was at once taken into custody and will be conveyed to Moundsville with the first batch of prisoners going there. MANITOBA DAIRYMEN. Large Meeting 01 Men interested in the Subject at Winnipeg. Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 13—There was a large attendance of milk, butter and cheese men today at the opening of tfie 20th annual meeting of the Man itoba Dairy association at the new ag ricultural college. The best methods of ripening cream, the use of the alkali test, and methods of dressing, press ing and boxing cheese were among the subjects discussed during the day. The annual business meeting of the association will be held tomorrow. PAINTERS AND DECOBATORS. Birmingham, Ala., Feb. 13.—The an nual convention of the International Association of House Painters and Decorators began here today with nearly a thousand delegates present from various parts of the United States and Canada. The annual re port presented by the secretary noted that local associations had been or ganized in a large number of cities during the past year. The convention will remain in session until Saturday, and following its close many of the delegates and their families will leave on an excursion to Cuba by way of New Orleans. *& PREPARE FOR BLOCKADE. Des Moines, Iowa, Feb. 13—The Iowa railroads began preparing today for another snow blockade. A heavy snow storm which began falling early today In central Iowa became general by 9 o'clock and accompanied by a high wind, which is drifting it. Snow plows are being made ready in anticipation of a general tie-up. PEACE AT BUTTE. Butte, Mont., Feb. 13.—Arthur C. Cardon, representing Thomts F. Cole of Duluth, this morning took posses sion of all the mines and mining prop erty of the F. Augustus Heinze and the United Copper company in Silver Bow county which have been In con troversy or litigation with the Amal gamated Copper company. This means that peace has come to the warring copper mining interests of Butte. ifS ass 1 Hastings Company Files Com plaints Against Milwau kee Road. INTERSTATE COMMERCE Commission Asked to Require Boad to Desist in Alleged Violations. i* "J** Washington, Feb. 13.—The Hastings Malting company of Hastings, Minn., today filed with the Interstate com merce commission two complaints against the Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul Railway company, one alleging that themselves, the city of Hastings and dealers, manufacturers and ship-' pers therein are required to pay un just and unreasonable rates of trans portation on coal from Superior, Wis., .. to Hastings, and also that on ship ments of grain' they were discrimin ated against In favor of merchants, dealers and shippers to St. Paul and Minneapolis. They ask the commis sion to require the defendant road to desist in their alleged violations of the interstate commerce law. WILLIAMS IS HANGED TM IN ST* Man Who Murdered Mrs. Kel ler and Son Fays the Penalty. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 13.—The exe cution of William Williams took place at an early hour this morning in the Ramsey county jail. Sheriff Meisen performed the execution, which took place in the basement of the jail in the presence of a small number of wit nesses. The crime of Williams was the murder of a Mrs. Keller and her small son last April. DISOBEDIENCE ON THE VALENCIA Quartermaster Says Captain Ordered Libeboats Lashed to Ball—Wen ~f. Lowered. Victoria, B. C., Feb. 13.—At the gov-' ernment investigation of the Valencia disaster Quartermaster Tarp said Captain Johnson did not order the boats lowered to the water, but order ed that they be lowered to the saloon rail and lashed. Tha boats, however, were lowered to the water. He did not know who was responsible, Tfce starboard boats would have lived through the night, had they rnaslnsl at the saloon rah, and would have aaved many passengers, he The body of Hany Woolsidce, a tim of the steamer Valencia dlaas has been picked iip on Long *Ti, near Schooner Ovre. This )a thirty-eighth body recovered.