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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6,1906.
BlAn/lAb mm, cms UD Young Boy Mixes With an Older Person and Claims to Have Lost Money. A young lad named Luclan Lamp hier, chained George Randall with stealing $16 and making away with it. Randall was arrested last night and Hie matter cotnes up in the mrniioipni court today. Randall and Lamphier had been to gether since meeting at Minot several days since. Last night i«mphiyr claims that Randall stole his money from him. About an hour after the complaint* was made, Randall was ar rested on the point, and taken to Jail. IE BPECJSM MOKIEIU Chief Franklin Believes That Gray aid Rinaert Will Have to Stand Trial Before Court. Chief Franklin is home from Crooks ton where he tesified before the grand jury Mr. Franklin believes that both Andy Gray and Frank Rinnert will be indicted. These are two of the East Grand Forks boarders in the county Jail, and the charge against them is grand larceny. KOIIP WIS SHEM_ FIFTEER OATS He Was Poind Guilty of Stealing His Partner's Cloths—Sentence Meted Oat Yesterday. Koup the man who was arrested Tuesday evening on a charge of steal ing his partner's bag of clothes was found guilty as charged, and Judge Sullivan Beritfehcedhtm to fifteen days in the county jail. .Deputy Sheriff Ben Daniels was here last night and look the prisoner, to Crookston. VUIT ELECIUWJOSI CtMMITES Defeated "Would-beW Spent as Mack as Otheis andI« Some Cases a Little Bit Mere. The candidates at the recent election have nearly all filed their expense ac counts with the county auditor and In many case® (bene are' interesting state ments. 8ome of the defeated candi dates expended more money than their more successful competitors. In all instances, $20 was paid for filing fees. Following area number of expense ac counts: Thomas Casey, 922.70 W. E. Rowe, $77.60, John Sattgstad $182. 47, John Saadberg $20, T. T. Morken $127.50 Louis Gonyea, $216.75 John Hotton, $243.40 A. D. Stephens, $139 N. A. Hoffard, $70 J. H. May bury $70 G. C. Ohesterman $40 Wm. Vannet $109.40 Hans Holmvlk $25 and Halvor Steenerson, $120.16. UNHID MITTUIIS THE 6RIN0 Criminal Cases Will Be Rapidly Wound Up—All Members an Present. Crookston Journal: The grand jury is hearing this afternoon the first four of the bound over cases of this term of court. 01® H. Bang, who was not present at the convention-of the grand jury yesterday on account of business elsewhere, arrived today and the total number is present. The cases that ar^.bsjng considered are: State vs. Rudolph Hilst, who has been out on bail, charged with burn ing the big Elbinger barn about eight miles out of this city in the town of Crookston about two months ago in which several horses were burned. State vs. John Westover and JaBp er E. Smith, Charged with stealing an overcoat from one of the Great North ern railway coaches last summer near Climax. State vs. Andrew Gray, charged with stealing $460 from W. J. Wllklns a carpenter of East Grand Forks and well known as a former resident of Crookston. State vs. Frank Rinert charged with stealing $445 from Bast Grand Fortes parties this case was acted on this morning. Among the visitors in the city who are attending the session of the grand jury as witnesses and officials are Maurice J. Sullivan, Geo. Franklin, Taste and Quality... as well as reasonable prices |s the slm P. Olrard, the Jeweler in selecting his Thanksgiving and Christmas good6. Wo have scores of beautiful things to show you. During the past few days we have opened up several ship ments of Jewelry coming from the great eastern houses. Ttipse new goods were chosen with the greatest care and with the view of ^leasing the most select trade, some of the lines being entirely exclusive. All articles selected now will he put away until Xmas. P. Girard Jeweler and Optieiaa e*Grand Forb chief of police, Daniel Buckley captain of police and W. J. Wllklns all of Bast Grand Forks. HQTHUK SCEI HEMtD FROM KELLT Detectives are Trying to Locate Him or Find Sane Clae la Milwaukee, Bat are Vasaccessfal. Not a word has been received that will throw any light upon the myster ious disappearance of Roy Kelly, and although his brother-in-law, Boyd Monroe, is in Milwaukee and detec tives are trying to locate him, no clue has yet been found to unratvel the mys tery. Mr. Roily, who has been chief clerk in the employ of the Crookston Lum ber company in Crookston, left week's ago on a trip east. On the night of the 19th he wrote his mother that he would leave that evening for Chicago. 8ince that time not a word has been heard from him. He was due back at the offices of the company about the 28th and when he did not put in an appearance and several days had gone by waa thought that something must be wrong. His brother-in-law, Boyd Monroe, left for Milwaukee Sat urday night but has not succeeded in finding any trace of him. It is re ported that the Crookston Lumber company will do everything In their power to try and find him and detec tives are trying to locate him if pos sible. Kelly had an excellent posi tion with the company and his disap pearance is a complete mystery. He must have met with some accident or foul play, as there waa no reason for his voluntary disappearance. Mrs. H. P. Geist is home from a visit in the twin cities. The council will meet this evening In regular monthly session. Cane Dropped. The case of Patrick O'Makkey vs. the Grand Forks Lumber company for wages has been settled. Payment of Damages. It Is understood that the case of Branson vs. Bjornson waa dropped by the payment of damages on the part of the defendant Shipped Horses. Richard White shipped a number of horses through here today for the woods. He has been engaged on rail road work In Canada. Open BOOB. Geo. Dunham expects to open his new store on or about Dec. 16. Mr. Dunham occupied a place burned down last summer, and will have fine new quarters now. Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses were granted by the Clerk of Court to Stvert Slverteon and Miss Louise Flaan of Fertile and to Thor Legvol and Maria Peterson af Bygland. Was Successful. The entertainment in the Central high school last evening was a big success. Those present report the en tertainment to be a good one, and all seemed to enjoy it. Money to Loan. Sullivan Bros, have money to loan, at lowest rates of interest, on first and second mortgages, in Minnesota and Dakota. Offices First Nation al bank, East Urand Forks. Committed Next Week. Chas. Westover, who was sentenced to a year In the penitentiary for grand larceny at Crookston, will probably not be committed until next week and will be taken down at that time. Testimony All In. The testimony in the case of the United States government vs. Skar boe, which was tried in the land office at Crookston was all put in yesterday, but it will be some time before a de cision is rendered Visit on Way Back.' Steve O'Rourke and Edward En right, who went to Hastings, Minn, with the remains of Mrs. Patrick O'Rourke are visiting in Stillwater and Minneapolis. They will return about next Monday. Case Was Dismissed. The case of H. A. Bronson vs. E. N. Bjornson was dismissed yfesterday by the court at Crookston. Bronson hired Bjornson to build an addition to his house in East Grand Forks in 1904 and it was claimed that the work was done in such a manner that the roof leaked and the job was not satisfac tory. Another Land Case. Special Land Agent Layman will bring another suit to oust a home steader from land claimed to have been secured by fraudulent proof in the U. S. land office at Crookston. The case is against Mary S. Weeks of De troit and she will be represented by Atty. H. S. Hanson of that place. Be sides the charge of fraudulent proof, timber trespass will also be charged. Want Addition Vacated. An application has ibeen made and is cn file in the clerk of court's office from the village of Fertile and the Fertile Creaiiuery association asking that the Park Addition to that village be declared vacated and the land re vert to the village and the creamery association. The application states that the land Is unimproved and that there are no houses on the tract ex cept the building belonging to the fair association and the creamery building. Judgment has not been rendovci upon the application. Entitle Closed Up. Wednesday morning the estate of Mrs. Rebecca Lewis, for some time pending in the probate court was closed up and the heirs received their apportionment of the estate which amounts to about $3,500 total in cash, owing to the sale of the property which consisted mainly of the lot on which the Northwestern Telephone building is being erected at Crookston. The heirs are Mrs. Tomo Thompson, San An tonla, Texas Mrs. Fannie Buck man, Chicago G. W. Lewis, Denver Jute Lewis, Crookston, now teaching In Glyndon Wm. Lewis' now In Art sona. II MfSTERKUIS_PISJIPreiUMII€E Popilar Young Man Missing and K«w Foil Play Is Suspected as UsuaL Roy Kelly, chief clerk In the office of the Crookston Lumber company of Crookston, who left on a two weeks vacation trip to Chicago and Milwau kee three weeks ago Sunday has not been heard from *lnce the 19th of November. On the 20th of November hla fur coat and bis suit case were found In a Milwaukee hotel but not withstanding the efforts of the best detectives In the country no clue has been obtained as to his whereabouts. The fact that he h#l $400 on his person when he left Crookston has aroused suspicion that he has been the victim of foul play. His brother in-law Boyd Monroe, departed Satur day evening for Milwaukee to assist in solving the mystery. DEttRVM A REWARD. "Whatever makes Muldoon look so happy—some one left him a legacy?" "No, but he's solved one of the most Important questions of the day." "What's that, an easy way of meas uring the fourth dimension "No, something ter more vital and Useful than that" "What then?" "Why, It's been his birthday and his wife has again presented him with a box of cigars, beastly things with gor geous colored. paper rings round, them." "And he has had them drop upon the fire accidentally?' "No, he's transferred the paper rings on to real good smokes and drop ped the cabbage leavesdown the drain, and now It doesn't torture him when the missis insists upon him enjoying himself by sampling the box of cigars that she bought him." Charitable. Mrs. Bacon—So your husband went to church with you? Mrs. Egbert—Ves.. "What was the minister's subject?" "Charity toward all." "And did your husband derive any benefit from the discourse?" "I think so, for when the minister asked him how he liked the sermon he refrained from replying."—Tonkers Statesman. Diplomacy. "My son, let me teach you proverb that it will be well for yon to remem ber always. It is from ths Bohemian, and runs this way: 'Do the hard thing first'" "That ain't any good. It I'd 'a made that proverb I'd 'a* said: *Get some body else to do the hard thins by tellln' him you'll bet he can't' "—Chi cago Record-Herald. Our Language. They were watching the antics o( their firstborn, who was performing some lovable inane evolutions on the floor. Mamma said: "Now, just tell me he isn't cute!" Papa said: "Don't ever tell me he Isn't cute?" Which goes to show that "reverse English" is not necessarily a billiard term.—Life. Patriotism. "Can you tell me who was the great est pitcher that ever lived?" asked the baseball fan. "The greatest pitcher that ever lived was a woman," replied the old historian with a smile. "A woman! Absurd!" "Not at all." "Then who was she?" "Why, Molly Pitcher."—Chicago Daily News. 8uncoed by Spelling. Church—Well, this' Is the limit! Here they have gone and printed eggs on this menu card with one "g." Gotham—That's the new spelling system. They evidently want to lead us to believe that there Is something new about the eggs.—Yonkers States man. TWO OP A KIND. Mrs. Brown—I met Mrs. Peck just now, I do think she is such a horrid, spiteful woman, always running people down behind their backs— Mr. Brown (sweetly)—Well, you needn't imitate her. How It Impressed Him. "This," exclaimed the guide, aa they stood at last on the summit of the majestic Himalayas, "Is the root of the world." "It is, hey?" panted the American traveler. "Well, it's a blamed rough job of shinglln'."—Chicago Tribune. Source of Information. Mrs. Smith—Mrs. Brown seems to be an unusually well-informed woman. Mrs. Jones—No wonder her cook has lived with all the other fomllles in the neighborhood.—Chicago Daily News. EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORK* K. D. How welt I remember the old cider milt That stood by the brook at the foot of the bill Where the old water wheel went splashing away In the midst of the stream through the bright autumn day. How well I remember the sound of Its call, The flash ot the stream as it shot down the fall And eent up Us roar from the eddies below But somehow It sounds like the creak and the groan Of the old cider press at the end of the mill lit OM CMwr MIL THE GAB BH0BTA6E. That circled and foamed in a surge to and fro. It may be my fancy, but somehow I hear The grind of the hopper burst loud on my ear. It may be I'm dreaming of music un known That stood by the brook at the foot of the. hill. Perchance 'tis my fancy, but somehow 1 8ee The scene, as Inviting aa ever to me. The path leading round through the old willow's atiada To the end of the mill whero the cider was made. I see the red applea roll down the long slide That leads from the load to the hop per inside, And I hear,the soft drip and behold the bright flow Of the cider that leaps to the basins below where the buss of the bees and the bum of the fly Proclaim them as thirsty and joyous AS I. It may be I'm dreaming, but somehow I see The half dosen urchins that played there with me. With bowed heads they're kneeling be side the tubs there Like rapt Jewish rabbis or Moslems at prayer Then I kneel amongst them with bowed head—"Ob pshaw! Which one of you fellers run off with my straw?" And tho' no one answers, in shifting about I pretty soon find that my pipe has gone out —Floyd D. Race. SEVEN MQNTHfiABY BURNED Sad Tragedy at the New Town of Tolna In Which a Child Was the Victim of Carelessness. A report from Tolna, N. D., says: "A most distressing accident accurred here, which resulted in the loss of a life- Mrs. Fred Lang stepped out of her house for a few minutes, and when she returned found the room full of smoke and the bed quilts and pillows on fire where her eeven-months-old babe was lying The hay was badly burned and dead. From burned matches lying about it is suspected the other child, a girl nearly 3 years, set the fire, which proved so disastrous. The mother, entering the house when she did, no doubt saved both the other little children and the partly finished two-room house. New Carpets and Rugs Vou will find here in abundance— every style and every pattern as well as every grade from the cheapest to the best No matter what your wants tire, you can find just what you want here at positively the Lowest Prices Senator Hansferough Takes Snbject Up With Inter-State Commerce Commission. Associate* Press to The Bvealag Tinea. Washington, D. C., Dec. 5.—Senator Hansbrough has written several let ters to the Inter-State Commerce Com mission calling attention to the car shortage, declaring the situation to be so serious as to amount almost to a calamity in some sections and asking the scope of the commission's author ity to bring about some relief. He ox pressed the opinion that if the com mission should enter the field of in vestigation at onco and call in repre sentatives of the parties Immediately concerned, there would be no great difficulty in locating the blame, if any, and in bringing about Improved traf fic facilities through which the grain raisers of the Northwest especially would be assisted in loading their products to market UNIVERSITY CENTENNIAL. Associated Press to The Bvealag Times. Vlncennes, Ind., Dec. 6.—The town of Vlncennes waa en fete today In celebration of the centennial of its most cherished institution, Vlncennes University. It was just one hundred years ago today that the historic uni versity was opened for the admission of students, William Henry Harrison serving as its first president The cent ennial was commemorated with an all day program of historical' and literary exercises in which the trustees, faculty, student body, alumni, and a number of Invited guests took part A GENUINE TRUST. Asseetated Press to Thr Eva-slag Tltaea. Cincinnati, Dec. 6.—The United States circuit court of appeals has de clared the Continental Wall Paper company the most complete and ingen iously organized trust that has come to the knowledge of the court. The case came up on a suit brought by the Wall Paper company to recover from a Cincinnati firm $57,000 for goods sold. McCLURE'8 GIVEN THE LIE. Pictures of Mrs. Eddy Alleged to Be That of Another Woman Altogether. Boston, Dec. 4, 1906.—Alfred Farlow General Manager on Publication for the Christian Science Church, today gave out the following statement "McClure'8 Magazine, In the Decern* ber issue, published a picture which is represented as a photograph of Mrs. Eddy taken in 1882. It is not a picture of Mrs. Eddy, but is a like ness of Mrs. Sarah C. Chevaillier, who formerly lived In Boston, and who died in California two years ago. This SEVERAL CARLOADS OF NEW FURNITURE 0. YOUNG'S Furniture and Music House A Nil PI AlVO^i ^ave just been received and placed on our floors— bought especially for this season. We make a specialty of com plete Dining Sets to match, in every wood and finish, as well as "odd" pieces. We call your special attention to our elegant snowing of Mission pieces in Weathisred Oak and barly English finish. See our line of Buffets and China Closets. OUR PIANOS have all the virtues of the artists piano. Tone, Quality, Ease of Action, Case Beauty and great durability. We carry the A. B. Chase, Crown, Krell, Poole and many others. Business terms to those who wish to purchase. Bargains in Victor Talking Machines Playi all the latest Operatic Records, Band Record-', Orchestra Records, Ha'c Qaartette Records, SoaJ Records, Baajo'Rccords, Kabelik Violin Records, Calve Records.— Center and Dining Tabl's Full and complete lines in every wood and finish—gol den oak, curly English weathered oak and solid ma hogany—with pedestal bases' and leg bases. GEIST'S FAMOUS OUR ORGANS are the highest grade ob- tainable. We carry all the standard makes and make a specialty of the famous Efetey organ. 0. YOUNG'S Furniture and Music House 123-126-129 South Third St.. Grand Forks, N. D. ICECREAM AND Dining Chairs Finest quartered oak-pol Ished wood seats—heavy box seats—very handsome and stylish chairs—heavy long post behind—finely polished and finished. BAKED GOODS None Better in Grand Forks. Goods Delivered Anywhere at Any Time BOTH PHONES 60-L fact is incontestably established by the affidavit of Mre. Chevailller'a son, which appears in this article. We have In our possession the picture of Mrs. Chevaillier, which we have just received from her son, and which is an exact duplicate of the one used by McClure'8. "In a conversation with members of McClure's staff, several months ago, I informed them that if .they would submit their data to me I would be pleased to assist them in their verifi cation, giving them as my reason that there were documents in circu lation and rumors afloat which were not genuine. They have not availed themselves of my offer. "I then went to work to obtain evi dence by which I could disprove Mc Clure's allegation, and show the pub lic that another face had been substi tuted for that ot Mrs. Eddy. "The following affidavits and photo graphs are the result of my investi gation: Marshall, Texas, November 27, 1906. Mr. Alfred Farlow Boston, Mass. Dear Sir—The photograph enclosed herewith, taken by the Notman Photo graphic Company, 3 Park Street, and 184 BoylBton street, Boston, Massa chusetts is a portrait of my Mother, Mrs. Sarah C. Chevaillier. By a com parison, any one can easily see that the portrait published on page 212 ot McClure's Magazine for December, 1906, is the picture of my Mother, and to the beet of my knowledge and be lief Is an exact copy of the photo graph enclosed. (Signed) CHAS. F. CHEVAILLIER The State of Texas, County of Har-. rison: Before me, Marlon Turney, a Notary Public In and for Harrison County, Texas, on this day personally ap peared Charles F. Chevaillier to me well known to be the person whose name is subscribed to the foregoing, letter, who, after being duly sworn by me, on oath says that the statements made in the foregoing letter are true and that the photograph therein en closed is a portrait of his Mother Mrs. Sarah C. Chevaillier. Given under my hand and seal of' office this November 27, 1906. (Signed) MARION TURNET. Notarv Public in and for (SEAL.) HarrtMB Gouty, Itoatf Allied Farlow's entire articie and photograph ot the two women will ap* pear In the great dallies. Morris Chairs Solid Oak. Also Mahoganised Birch, finely polished. Has hand-carved claw feet, heavy and massive frames. Exactly like cut—a chair fit to grace any home in the city—fine velour cushions in assorted patterns and plain reds and greens. Vou will find these chairs cozy, comfortable and luxurious. Just what you want for the long winter evenings around the fireside. •w