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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1 l, 1906.
'fte Mir OMgfc 8jM| tkat rids tb systems! Mia kyacttag aaacatfcartk aa Iki bawala BEE'S LAXATIVE HONEY "TAR MM throat, hue hi —i—' ntnai mtm T'- -TH" Ml If ItiM miHSM llSHml— Bee's Uuttn Bmmj iai Tw oi mMmI untfMO^an«»,aViiisaM£S!S» movies tfci tmh, carissar'* W. S. WEBER, Ticket Agent Telephone 87 Train No. 1 a Arrlveo. ss as mi •117 •SOS •SOI •ISO S:05 p.m 10:41 p.m. I 0 1S:SS p.m. 7:86 p.m. 11:41p.m. 14 10 S4 •lit 138 •140 •201 •200 7:46 a.m. 7:41 p.m. 10:SS a.m. 1:40 p.m. 7:20 p.m. Train* No. Ill, other train* dally. Ask the agent Dakota" and the N. E O I IN A LAXATIVE COUGH SYRUP BE 53F, THE DACOTA PHARMACY DRESSMAKING SCHOOL OPENS DECEMBER 1st NOW READY FOR PUPILS MISS FENSKA, 310 Kittson Ave. Money to Loan At Lowest Rates Upon North Dakota Farms. Local Agents Wanted. Partial Payments Permitted GEO. B. CLIFFORD & CO. GRAND ItttlS, N. D. FARM LOANS I llallalM Pndi for loan oa Good Fimi at Lowest Rate of Interest and wife On or Before Privileges CALL OB WRITE DAVID H. BEECHER Daioa Natloasl lot BriMaJ. GcnU tato, H, D. Grand Forks Monument Works Threshers Supplies Oils General Hardware Builders Hardware Tinware, Etc. J* F. BRANDT, :"s A IV E HOMEY-TAR R. JEFFREY. Pn». Marble tad Granite Meaaments aad Ical StHH. Cemterr Feielii. ill Mads of Foreign and Dtantk Onute. Sopot* 8tyles iH Deslga*- Kesldeace Phone: Trl-State SUM. Office Phones Trl-State 292S. A W A E In short everything pertain ing to hardware. Having recently added a complete stock of harness we are in position to furnish the farm er with all his needs in this line. Call and inspect stock and prices. The St. Hilaire Retail Lbr. Co. IS SELLING DRY OAKWOOD AND ....DRY PINE SLABS.... Cheaper than anybody else in the city. We have them both sawed and in fonr feet lengths. C. SORENSON, Agent. "W Win AND HORTH BOUND. Dtpirti» S:00 p.m. S:0S a.m. 7:10 a.m. 1S:01 p.n p.m.—For Bmorado, Larlmore, MarrlUe. 4:46 p.m.—For Ardoch, Grafton and Walhalla line •AST AND SOUTH BOUND. Grand Forks W. B. SINCLAIR Freight Agent Telephone 30 S:1S p.m.—For through potato west. S:!i a.m.—Local (or point* weat to Mlnoi —From St. Paul via Fargo. 12:20 p.m.—Locil (or point* west to Spokane —LocH from Duluth, Greenbush and Crookatoa. 11:00 p.m.-— Oonnact* with No. I at Urlmor& 8:20 a.m.—For Ardoch, Grafton and Winnipeg. 8:45 a.m.—For Bmorado, Larlmq?o and lULnnah. t:00 12:40 p.m.—For St Paul and Chicago via Farm. 8:26 p.m.—For St Paul and Duluth via Croolcston. 12:01 a.m.—For St Paul via Crookston, (or Winnipeg fia Crookston. 8:00 p.m.—For St Paul via Fargo and WlUmar 8:10 a.m.-—For Crookston, Greenbush and Duluth. 8:60 a.m.—Local for point* south to Fargo —From Winnipeg, Grafton and Ardook —Local from Walhalla and Grafton. —Local from Majrvllle and Larlmore. —Local from Hannah and Larlmore. 112, 188, 140, 201, 202, 206 and 200 dally except Sunday, all (or the sailing dates of the steamship* "Minnesota and T. K. Seattle to Japan and China. .A. L. CRAIG. P. T. M. St Paul. lfinn. MILE MTSTERt BIOS FNO TO RISE Man for Whom $500 Reward Has Been Offered, it is Said, is Located. Granville, N. D., Dec. 11.—That the neighbors of August Genetzke, who have accused him of foul play in con nection with the mysterious disap pearance of Rudolph Poll several years ago will be brought to realize the error of their belief and that Mr. Genetike will have an opportunity to pay the reward of $500 in cash offered by him for knowledge concerning the present whereabouts of Mr. Poll seems very likely. Yesterday a telegram came from Bemldjl, Minn., addressed to Mr. Genetzke stating that the sender of the message was acquainted with the wherealbouts of Poll at this time, and upon payment of the amount offered by Genetzke he would produce Poll. Mr. Genetzke is very much in earnest in his endeavor to locate the missing man, and will doubtless go to Bemldji and investigate the claims of the sender of the telegram. Of course the Poll about whom the Bemldjl man wir ed may not be the same man for whom the reward is offered, but the sender of the message seemed certain about the matter. The entire case is very mysterious and it is hoped that the Bemidjl man has located the right party and that the matter of Poll's mysterious disap pearance will he satisfactorily cleared up. IS A BAD CASE. One of Destitution Comes to Light la in Barnes County. Valley City, N. D., Dec. 11.—A bad case of destitution was brought to the notice of the board of county com missioners yesterday. On Tuesday of last week Joseph Neugberger of Scan dla township died. The family were in destitute circumstances, and the remains of the father was laid out by neighbors and left in the living room of the wife and Ave small children from Tuesday until Thursday. The oldest child is but nine years old, and the youngest is a baby of some seven months. With the exception of three men not a neighbor has been near the house since Neugberger died. His un forturfate wife had to live alone, with her five small children in the same room with her dead husband, tear down outbuildings for fuel, and tend the stock which is actually starving for the want of something to eat. Such in substance is the story brought to the city last evening by F. E. Hardy of the undertaking department of the Furniture company, who went out and brought the remains of the man to this city. Mr. Hardy says that in all his experience in caring for dead in the slums of Chicago and other large cities he never saw such a heartbreaking case. The little baby was crawling about the floor with no shoes or stock ings and scarcely any clothing. A BAD CITIZEN. Has Been Arrested at Wahpeton— Threatening to Kill Charge. Wahpeton, N. D., Dec. 11.—A man giving the name of Will Morris was arrested at Mboreton charged with stealing four pairs of overshoes from Kuish, a dealer there. He is also charged with threatening to kill sev eral citizens of that town and with re sisting an officer. Morris has been In trouble In this county before, and has served time in Michigan and South Dakota. DEATH OF DAUGHTER. Minister Learned of It Just Before De livering a Sermon. Flasher, N. D., Dec. 11.—Just be fore opening a religious service here Rev. A. E. Christian of Kenmare re ceived a special delivery letter from his home announcing the death of his only daughter, a little baby nineteen months old, which had occurred very unexpectedly early in the week. Under these sad circumstances Rev. Christian, delivered a fine sermon. WILL TALK CREAMERY. Devils Lake, N. D., Dec. 11.—A meet ing of the commercial club was held and among other matters which came up for discussion was the creamery proposition. It was decided to call a meeting of the subscribers to the creamery fund and the owners of the creamery, to the end that an under standing and settlement be arrived at to the satisfaction of all. Special to The Evnlag Tim. Willow City, N. D., Dec. 11.— Nothing as yet has been heard of Miss Thessie Dahl who disappeared from her home on the eve of her ap proaching marriage to a Montana ranchman, an account of which was published In the Evening Times of last Thursday. Miss Dahl's family pro fesses entire ignorance of her where abouts, and are seemingly crushed by her disappearance. Contrary to the report in the Fargo Forum, Miss Dahl's father Is not "a prominent farmer," but an habitual drunkard who does nothing, It Is said, for the support of his family, and whom, it is claimed, objected strenu ously to his daughter's marriage be cause she and a younger sister were the breadwinners for the family, and THE EVENING TIMES, GRAND FORKS, N. D. LIDGERWOOD LADY STILL MISSING E Case is a Sad One—Search for Her Proved Unavailing— Was Seen Twice. Special to The Bvealag Times. Lldgerwood, N. D., Dec. 11.—Since making her sensational jump through the vestibule window of a passenger coach recently, nothing has been heard or seen of Mrs. Nels Wallin, the wife of a prominent farmer residing near here. Mrs. Wallin had been In Min neapolis for a few days for medical treatment, and had become demented. The Minneapolis authorities took her up, and learning that her home was in Lldgerwood, placed her on a train and sent her there, purchasing a ticket for her. The action of the officials in thus providing for her is being con demned roundly by local people. After jumping from the train she was seen just outside of a dance hall. She had climbed into a sleigh, and the owner, not knowing her and seeing her face all cut up, made her get out of the rig. Next she was seen at the Moe residence, where she rapped at the windows, but went away almost directly. Her face was all cut up with the glass, and her clothes were badly torn as a result of a jump from the swiftly moving train. Drops of blood were found along where she had gone, but though the search has been kept up for a number of days, no trace of her has been found. Mrs. Wallin had never shown any symptoms of insanity before. Her hus band is heart broken over the affair, and the children, left motherless, have the heartfelt sympathy of many. RAILROAD IS GUILTY. Coroner's Jury Investigating Death of Two Italians Killed at the Stock yards la Xlnot, Mlnot, N, D., Dec. 11.—The coroner's jury in the investigation of the death of the two Italians who were killed at the Great Northern stockyards in this city has returned a verdict declaring the Great Northern railway company guilty of criminal negligence, and hold ing them responsible for the deaths of the two laborers. The jury found that the snow plow which struck the men was going at the rate of forty miles an hour, and that the persons in charge of the engine failed to give proper warning. Jack Shiels, J. M. Wilson and Frank Martin signed the verdict. It is probable that action will be taken against the road by relatives of the dead Italians. Whether or not a_ criminal prose cution will be started is not known at this time. SUSPECTS FOUL PLAT. Sister of Man Found Dead in Lldger wood Makes Startling Discovery. Hankinson, N. D„ Dec. 11.—Ed. La valle, who was found dead in a barn at Lldgerwood several weeks ago, was supposed to have died of natural caus es, but a daughter who resides in Min neapolis has had the 'body exhumed and an examination made with the re sult that the neck was found to be broken, besides other evidences of foul play. Laval le was a heavy drinker, and it was thought at the time that death was due to acute alcoholism. He was a well known character both here and at Lldgerwood, and little credence is given to the foul play theory by those who knew him best. THE NEW DIVISION. New Soo Line Ont of Carplo is Being Gotten Under Way, and Will Tap Very Prosperous Country. Minot, N. D., Dec. 11.—Material has arrived for the beginning of the new Soo line out of Carplo. The survey has already been made, and the road will run through some of the richest farming country in the state. The line runs up into Williams county a short distance north of Williston. The new towns will be located along this line and the rush for the pur chase of the town lots is expected to exceed any sale held heretofore on that road. IMPORTANT DECISION COMING. Associated Press to The Bveiliar Times. Washington, D. C., Dec. 11.—The in terstate commerce commission is ex pected to announce its decision tomor row as to whether or not steamship companies that issue through bills of lading from foreign ports to points beyond the ports at which they land in the United States are under the jurisdiction of the rate regulation act MISSING WILLOW GITY 001 IS NOT IET LOCATED EMU CRUSHED even threatened to hold her trunk for her five weeks' stay at home while making her trousseau. It is not thought by any, however, that Miss Dahl's father had any hand in her disappearance. The most persistent rumor is that a local suitor took advantage of her fiance's absence and persuaded her to leave town, while others believe she is forcibly detained somewhere in the city. Mr. Sailor, the man to whom Miss Dahl was to have been married, when told of her disappearance, took the news calmly, and departed for Mon tana. In spite of the reputation of Miss Dahl's father, the rest of the family has always borne an excellent repu tation. CLASSIFIED ADS CLASSIFIED ADS DENTISTS DR. L. L. ECKMAN, DENTIST. Both Phone*—466M. Grand Forts. North Dakota DRS. FLETCHER ft 8AUNDERSON, Successors to Dr. Robert 8. Ramsey, DENTIST. Clifford Annex. Grand Forks, II J). DENTIST. Office Over Union National Bank. Phoae 191. DR. E. F. ADAMS. PHYSICIANS ft SURGEONS. DR. J. D. TAYLOR, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Office la St John's Block. Office honrs: 9 to 10 a. bl, 1 to S p. m. 7 to 8 p. m. JOHN FAWCETT, M.A., MD. DISEASES OF WOMEN AND GENERAL SURGEON Office over Stanchfield Store Phone 261 DR. J. GRASSIOK Office North western Balldiag Corner DeMers Avenue and Fourth 8i 8. W. RUTLEDGE HOMEOPATHIC Physician and Surgeea. 128 a Third St. Grand Fork*, N. D. DR. F. J. DUGGAN PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON—Spe cial attention given to disease* of women. Office, Bear* Block. Offloe hour*, 10 a .m. to 12 m., 2 p. m. to 4 p. m., 7p.m.totp.m. Both Phono* *0-L. ARCHITECTS. J. W. ROSS ARCHITECT and Saperiatendent of Construction Offloe IK Third St Grana Forks, N. D. R. L. SMITH ARCHITECT Both Phones. National Bank Bids. W. J. EDWARDS ARCHITECT Northwestern Bldg. Grand Forks Northwestern Phoiw 466L. OSTEOPATHY DR. ORR SANDERS, DR. MAY E. SANDERS, Chronic and acute diseases success folly treated. Treatment at home if desired. Suite 66, Security Block. Both phones 642. Grand Forks. North Dakota O. YOUNG Wbstoals Fsrsilsrt Haass, Carps.*, Sswis| Hichiaes, Bask ud Office Pirmitmri 115-1*7-128 Sooth Third St. Grand Fork*, North Dikots §$ $$« THIS IS MY 57TH BIRTHDAY." «8 8 8 Archbishop Moeller. S S S Right Rev. Henry Moeller, Roman Catholic archbishop of Cincinnati, was born in that city Dec. 11, 1849, and received his early education in the parochial schools there. Believing his vocation to be the holy priesthood he went to Rome and became one of the first students to enter the famous Am erican college. At the end of seven years he left the college with the highest distinction. On June 10, 1876, he was ordained to the priesthood in the church of St. John Lateran, the cathedral church of Rome. He return ed to America to assume charge of St. Patrick's church, Belletontaine, Ohio, which place he left after a short time to join the faculty of St. Mary's seminary, Cincinnati. In 1880 he was appointed secretary to Archbishop Elder, and later he was made chancel lor of the diocese. In 1900 Dr. Moeller was appointed bishop of Columbus and upon the death of Archbishop Elder he succeeded the latter as the head of the archdiocese of Cincinnati. -THIS DATE IN HISTORY." •... December 11. 1792—Trial of Louis XVI. of France. 1811—William Pinckey of Maryland became attorney general of the United States. 1862—Fredericksburg, Va., bombarded toy union troops, under cover of which they crossed the Rappahan nock. 1866—French occupation of Rome terminated. 1871—Grand Duke Alexis of Russia gave $5,000 to the poor of New York City as a memento of his visit 1891—Marquis of Dufferin appointed British ambassador at Paris. 1898—General Garcia, the Cuban lead er, died in Washington. 1899—President directed Gen. Otis to open Philippine ports to commerce. TORONTO CAT SHOW. AnwrliM Press to The ICvr.liK Tines. Toronto, Ont., Dec. 11.—The purring aristocracy met today in Broadway hall in a friendly competition for sev eral thousand dollars in prizes. The event is the fourth annual cat show of the Royal Canadian Cat Club. The show has called together a collection of several hundred high bred felines from many parts of Canada and the United States. TAILORS. PHILIP AMON Tailor. SUITS FROM til UP. Cleaning, Pressing, Repairing. Gall and Deliver. Trl-State Phono 181L. N. W. 849-L Buttons made for Ladies' garments. No. 12 N. Third 8t Grand Forks, N. D. Utwt Styles oa Hand Perfect Ru Gsarastetd Paulson Bros. Merchant Tailors 118 Sosth Third St GRAND F0US. N, D. MANUFACTURERS. GRAND FORKS MONUMENT WORKS B. JEFFREY, Proprietor. Moamneats, Headstoaes. Cemetery reaelag Trl-State 292L 424 DeMers Ave. Grand Forks, N. D. DON MCDONALD TENTS, AWNINGS, SHADES Watenroof Covers for Harvesters Ihresiers and Grain Stacks Corner DeMers and Fifth Grand Forks, North Dakota MISS DELA ODEGARD Phone 766L SOS DeMers Ave. Bast Grand Forks, Minn. Manufacturer of high grade dears snch as Graad Forks EAGLES, Globe aad Ike A. 0. U. W. Rasmnssen, Bemis & Company Dry Goods, Notion*, Etc. MArorom B. mon KAUFMANN'8 BAKERY, JACOB KAUFMANN, Prop, East Grand Forks, Mian. Phone Hi J. B. WOODLEY. Wkolesale and Retail HARNESS, WHIPS AND SADDLERY SUPPLIES. .The largest and most complete stock of hand made harness in the two eMIest Manufactured of Lappe Sons pore oak leather. A nice ltn* of Rlalag Saddle* 600 pair* of 5-A Hon* Blank to Meet (rom at Jobbers' pries*. _--j agent* (or the celebrated wyeth Horse Collars alio a full line of hack eta Sole and surrey harnea* a nice lino of track and driving harneaa sweat padis, whip* and summer good* at a Big Re duction. Call and look them over. Telephone HOB. AL COONS, Manager, Bast Quad Perka, aiwisti S. G. SKULASON Attorney at Law. St John's Block, Third Floor. N. W. Phone 816L. Trl-State 816. COPVRWHT A HOST IMPORTANT CHRISTMAS CONSIDERATION is the coal question, as coal is some thing you must have, even to the ex clusion of turkey, plum pudding or mince pie. We trust you will get them all, especially the coal we offer, and we recommend it because there is more of it received as heat than what goes into the ash barrel. A point of domestic economy that cannot be claimed by most coal consumed. Gibbs Grain & Fuel Co Phoaa BOO Offlcet 30B Kittson HAVE YObR TEETH Properly attended to now and avoid pain and digestive dlatarbance* of more or loaa gravity by conanltlnj DR. COUVRETT, Dentist DE MERS AND THIRD STS. Over Drag Store. PHONE RICE'S 602L •TOR HACKS, DRAYS, DAT OB NIGHT. WS MBBT ALL TRAINS. Office, 416 DeMer* Avenue. W. .KIRK, Prop. PAGE new MISCELLANEOUS. & O. PAULSNESS Plumbing, Steam and Hot water Fife. —Pump" WindmiHe. Sowar __ Water Works Contractor. Lwd jmd Iron Pipe and Fittings. Braaa' Goods, Sewer Pipe, Hose, etc. GRAND FORKS, N. DAK. JEFF'S TRANSFER Both Phonea IS. Hacks and Livery, dray and trans* ST. w®rk» n»*lng Pianos a specialty. Only low down moving vana In the city. Day or night calla attended ta promptly. All work guaranteed ©5rKEr W- BAM «1I DeMers Ave. Opp. a. N. J. LAVERTY Minnesota Point Dealer In Live and Dressed Poulla Cash or Commission. Phone 123L. N. W. o. Address Grand Forks. Call or write. The City Feed Store DOWNEY A PFEIFEB Floor, Feed. Hay antft Wood of All Kinds N. W. «n* BSO Trl-State BSS-L. Delicts Afh. GRAND roi LOGAN CAFE We Servo Revere Coffee the Best la the World. 319 DeMers Ave. Grand Forks. N. D. MAX RABINOVICH Moaey to loaa on all articles of valae. 129 DeMers Ave. Phone 71411 J. A. EVANS From London, England, teacher al Pure Italian method of VOICE CULTURE Pupils trained for church, conoert stage. Phone N. W. 1140L. Stadia room 62, Security building. TO THOSE WHOM IT MAY CONCERN Everyone who j»wna a phonograph and reports their name at Gotta' mnsia house will bear of something to thatz advantage. The M. H. Redick HIDE & FUR GO. Northwestern Dealers In Fine Northern Fan. Hide*, Pelts, Wool, Tallow. Root*. Etc. Largest and Oldest Hide and Far House In the State. GRAND FORKS" N. DAS. Bacon & Van Alstine Livery and Hack Stable TO IS N. FOURTH ST. TELEPHONE 131 Grand Forkss North Dakota We have a few good country livery horses for sale cheap. Guarantee Stock Food Company bewpsfatsd Capital Stock. $90,000 Manufacturer* of stock Food, Pea* try Stood. Worm Powdsr, Lice Kllles. Heave Cure. Pink Bre_B*BMd7. Peve* Core, Colic Cure, Gall Curo, Foot edy and Whit* Liniment SIMP SOMES, i. p. J. A. EVANS Teacher of Pare Italian. Method of Voice Culture. Pupila will be received on Tuesday mornings S a. m. to 12 and every week day even ing. Room 62 Security building. F~ Getts Music store. Columbia Hotel AND RESTAURANT aitioalBMhshyiMh iwMBffteiwvtnlMK Open Day and Nliht OSCAS HOMOS, twp't Umn*illUlM4« GRAND FORKS. N. DAB. •arniwi SEALS Elthar Pocket ....or Desk oooo Rubber Stamps Write for Catalog CADWELL, The Stamp Mil Grand Forks, I, a GASH far all liidi of Jaak, r*-»tftis|*1 Scrs* boa. Coppir aad Brass, 0U tshker Boots »d Shsss, Sail at *B •lads, aad Boltlss. Special Price for Car Load M. FISHMAN N. W. n«t S17-L