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1 Sffr wtv ties. vr I--. isv •-:1 -.' SRI# THURSDAY. JANUARY 8.1914. HAD GOOD YEW Big Increase in Revenue from Fines and Licenses Shown in 1913. McCutcheon Believes They Should Donate—Wants Reserves. Seventy convictions out of seven ty-four arrests for violation of the game laws were secured during 1913 by E. B. McCutcheon. chief game! warden for the northern half of the' state, according to that official's an nual report to the state game and fish commission. As the result of the convictions, the sum of 91,092 was collected In flnea and turned over to the various counties in which the convictions were secured. This sum is considerably in excess of that collected in 1912 when the fines amounted to $320, sixteen con victions being obtained under the game and fish law. Mr, McCutcheon points out that as a result of the large amount collected in flnea the expense of enforcing the law will not cost the taxpayers of the state more than 922, the total revenue for the district for th$ year amounting to (18,268.fit- He reoommend* that a charge b« made for flshing licenses, as under the present system it Is necessary to use some of the money received from the sale of hunting Hcensea to main tain the flsh hatchery and stock the iaJcea and rivers. Following Is the record of licenses issued: County. Benson Bottineau Burke .. Cavalier Divide .. Eddy ... •Grand Forks SWHenry ... 'McKMiale .. (Mountrail .. 4 jWelson •. •. Pembina .... Pierce ...... Ramsey .... Renville ... Rolette Towner Walsh Ward Williams ... Total Arrests Convictions .... Dismissed Pines paid Sales Seized and sold- Guns Rat skins ... Mink "Destroyed— Rat traps ... Beaver traps h.. :.N FISHERS ASKED TO PAY A FEE 1918 1012 1,246 833 1.102 1,013 447 431 84ft 663 406 346 680 417 1,261 1,137 1,387 10.34 308 180 634 •478 845 63! 482 478 505 3S3 1,717 1,367 380 311 630 S 376 685 501 851 688 1,667 1,100 831 645 3 Unknown 132 1 230 Unknown 16 _.. -. 12 Nets ........ Licensee— Resident ........16,982 12,958 Non-resident .... 49 32 Vet Increase In re ceipts ..94,065.65 3^w. Reserves and Refuges. 1 suggest that steps be tak •o to place before the next legislature the urgent and growing need for the establishment of permanent game rettrve* for the propogating and mul tiplying of game birds and deer, these two more especially, and also the for JKf *2 2£ at„,*aat three refugees, in tWg district, says Mr. McCutcheon. •The_ states around us. and Manitoba to the north, have taken advanced steps in this regard, and it Is wisely taken. The difference between the two is, ths* in a reserve, steps may be taken to propoxate and increase, and In the latter it affords a resting place and safety, especially for wild ducks.and geese for resting and feed ing while on their long journey to the south. The absence of both of these mean extermination. In the first in stance, and in the latter it was very nattceahle that ducks and geese were deserting their old haunts this past season. Keeping game constantly on the wing has a very injurious effect on them. and their own natural in stinct makes them seek safety, rest and (feed in different foreign locali- Rich hair Loo* tfckfchecvy hair. WaatthkMnd? A* Vo«r Pscfrr. r'4 Allf ft -'.J'. /v mm Helps Minot BapUata In Fnmlalilng of New lipme by UUt of Cfarpete tor Structure. R. B. Griffith, one of the promin ent Baptist workers of ttitd city, has assisted materially in the furnishing of the new Baptist church at Minot. Mr. Griffith has presented to the Minot cluireh all the carpeting need ed to cover its floors. The Minot structure is practically completed, and preparations now are being made to dedicate it. The dedi cation services are to be held Jan uary 25, and they will be conducted by Rev. Hal. P. Fudge, the now pas tor. BANGS TO ARGLE CLAHTS APPEAL Three Main Points to be Presented to the Federal Circuit Court. ..Tracy and George A. Bangs of this city will leave Saturday for St. Louis, Mo., to present the appeal Sa*n Clark and C. M. Crockard of Bismarck, publishers of Jem Jam Jems, to the United States circuit court of appeals. The two publishers were found guilty in the federal district court at Bismarck last June of sending an obscene publication by an interstate carrier, and were sentenced to spend two years cach in the federal prison at .Leavenworth by Judge J. Q. Wil'-' lard. Th*re are three chief points on which the appeal to the circuit court is based, It is alleged .that the judge erred In refusing to permit the entire book to bo admitted in evidence, and also that in his charge to the jury he decided certain points which should have been left to the jurymen. It will also be claimed that the ver dict is an Infringement of the con stitutional guarantee of the freedom of the press. A large number of minor points are also: contained in the brief, including -the claim that one of the jurors should have been barred from service on account of being a lawyer. The case is scheduled to be argued next Tuesday. ffiWMOf 10,982 12,968 sry 1013 1912 74 16 70 16 4 I #1,093 820 *61.66 Unknown [TED CO Grand Forks Concern Ex tends Business Interests to Minot—Open Soon. Mr. Harvey leased quarters at 117 South Ramstad street. While in that city, he made arrangements for hav ing the building entirely remodeled and equipped in an up to date man ner. TABIiES TURNED ON WITNESSES. Minors Fined at Mankato for Enter ing Saloon and Baying Liquor. Mankato, Minn., Jan. 8.—Pour young men, under the age of 21, who were the principal witnesses against two saloonkeepers in the district court, which resulted ,ln the conviction of the saloonkeepers of selling liquor to minors, were yesterday convicted In the municipal court of entering a saloon and purchasing liquor, con trary to the law. Kach was sentenced to pay a line of $6 and oosts. The boys were defended by the attorney of. the Ministerial association of this city, which last week brought pressure to bear on the city council to revoke th®, licenses of four saloonkeepers convicted, of violations of the law. HAVE Et/EOTRIC 1/IGHTS. Mott, N. P.. Jan. 8.-—The people, of Mott are greatly elated over the flnal establishment of the electric light at this place. The operation of the plant was considerable delayed be cause of the failure of certain ma chinery to reach here on time but the success of the plant is so pronounced that the people have forgotten the de delay. £h?. SSh«r*. H. G. Harvey, president of th« Home Tea company of this city, re turned yesterday from Minot where he completed arrangements for open Ing' & branch store in that city. while the Minot stock 'ha* not been entirely Installed, the store alreculy this afternoon, has been opened. J. W. Van Holm, who hu been the Home Tea com pany representative In that city dur ing the past year, has accepted the management of the new store. w«h U'i* "Get Rich Quick" Scheme .• UILDING & Loan/ Stotk is not a "Get Rich Quick" scheme, but a systematic method of saving whereby you receive good interest on your money. The Grand Forks Building & Loan Association is a local insti tution, having been in successful operation in this city, now for S a W Stock *n the Twenty-Eighth series will be open for subscription Ifflon and after January* the 13th* and those who desire to take out of this stock are urged to make application at an early date. fjljPp This stock has never earned less than Six Per Cent. You can pay in any amount from 25c to $37.50 a month under each ser stock. Money paid in can be withdrawn at any time without no IS«tiee »v The Grand Forks Bldg. & Loan Ass'n JSeCietary% Officii 414 DcMers Ave. Grand Forks Commercial Club Traffic Committee Inclin ed to that Step—Effect Upon Rates to Several Points Cited—Hearing Takes Place Next Week. While no definite decision has been reached, the traffic committee of the Commercial club probably will rec ommend to the state railroad com mission, when they meet here next Wednesday, that the board adopt the new lifter-state express rates aB In trastate rates. The Interstate commerce commis sion, which promulgated the' new in terstate rates, has recommended that the state commissions adopt them as their state rates, and, according to advices received in Grand Forks, the! majority of the states have done so. Hearing Xest Wednesday.. The North Dakota commission Is to meet hero Wednesday to consider the express rate question, which was brought before them over a year ago, and they will consider the advisabil ity of adopting the federal commis sion's plan. Mertibers of the traffic committer of the Commercial club are inclined to believe that it will be a. good plati to make-the Inter-state rates the intra state tariffs. Want Expression of Opinion. Before taking any definite action, the committer is desirous of getting an expression of opinion from the lo cal shippers. The committee has made several attempts to get the shippers together to' discuss the question, but the latter have not responded. It is expected that a meeting will be held before- next Wednesday. When made intra-state rates the new inter-Btate tariffs are the same on a mileage basis. The different blocks and sub-blocks, however, male a change in the tariffs, and, in some I rates to Williston. bv sih -ol boa ,1 ,.t the ..uijoui ned meet- ing held Wednesday evening. com mil tee of the board as soon a nrpLnttlmo be Pcntsacola Institution Faces Possibil ity or Heavy Loss. Pensacola, Jan. 8.—The failure of the First National bank of Pensacola to open Its doors for business today was explained by officials as due to the withdrawal yesterday of the ac counts of a number of depositors, which probably resulted from a state ment by Crow Rudolph & Co., Liver pool lumber brokers .stating the Liv erpool concern was unable to pay a draft totalling a half million dollars held by the Florida hank. IKNXIN WANTS l/IXK Cltizchs Hold Meeting to l"rgo Build ing of a Railroad. Dennis, N. r., Jan. 8.—Another of the series of meetings for the pro motion of a railroad of some kind to be constructed through the territory south of this city, was held at Dennis and was quite largely attended. This is the first meeting at which ladies were present, but at Uennis they seemed to feel that it was important to have a railroad and therefore were present at the meeting to listen to the arguments. The first meeting of the committee i^own district, could be heard the "ker the architect was held at the] plump" sound, which indicated that offices of the school board, at 2 -o'clock jsoine j/iti7,£u liftdiyi.k.tjn an Involuntary this_afternoon. The general plan to [seat on the pavJknen(, and frequently be followed in the work was taken his heartfelt remarks on the subject ti could he heard some distance away. planned by the board to have' No serious injuries were reported. IS the entire building, btit it is probable that many residents Hntt «.n! T' ont,t''ucted present tin e. ,, it prooauly «in take some three months to complete the plans, accord- Ing to Mr. Edwards. jt 1 Jl THE EVENING TIMES. GRAMD FORKS. N. D. SCUE ftt MMltli EXPHSSi mure mi cases, there is cnnaiiinrable flnctua-1 tlon. The new plan, however, reduces all the express frato.--. Effect on State Rates. If the North l'akoia commission adopts the Intcr-stato commerce com mission's new .rntos, Grand Forks shippers will get lower rates to pract ically every point in the state. This will bring about the reduction that the local Commercial club has sought. Under this plan, the rates for 25, 50 and 76 pound packages from Grand Forks to Hannah would be de creased. while the 100-pound rate would be increased. Packages from Oaml Forks, weigh ing 25, 50 and 15 pounds, to Walhal la, Xeche and Ednnno would go at a lower rate, while the 100-pound rate would remain' the same. All rates to Pembina, ronton and Mandan, Coojperatown, Steele, Ia •Moure and Carringt.in, Inkster and Northwood would b» reduced. Northwestern Rates. The new inter-state raies from St. I Paul to Grand Forks, distance ofi 320 miles, will be as follows: 65c for I 25'pounds: 91.10 for so pounds: for 75 pounds ami J2.00 for 100: pounds. If these rates an- made the North Dakota intra-state tariffs. Hie rates from Grand Forks to Williston, a dis-1 aub-bln, EMUS CHOSEN |KY PAVEMENTS TO DRAW PLANS CAUSES TUMBLE Meets With Committee of Navigation of Streets At Board of Education This Afternoon. •Plans for the proposed new hieli ks accounts for this. The rates, however, would bo considerably lower tlian the present tended With Real Diffi culty oday. schftol. building will be drawn by \\. streets of Grand Forks was prac t-t of Horse traffic on the downtown pa.v- f1l"iticaHy impossible fodav on accoun the of.the lino sleet ..and rain which frost on ibo vet\ inir nvi-, as C! 1 1,.e possible noon most drivers had given up This committee will also to-opcralc |!10 to drive heavy loads over with .Mr. Rdwards in planning the U"' new building. The plans probably lwen the soben-st of pedestrians will be based on the sketches sub- found initted by Mr. ISdwards for a building I made their way by mincing steps, to occupy the eastern part of the. though they were walking on eggs present high school grounds. 1 13very few moments in the do* °,nly, f'cjof the City will find It convenient to at the partake of their evening meal stand- up thj ov ,,ninK. 1 BANK IS CLOSED €UN COMPANY MEETS TONIGHT All Members Urged to be Present at Auditorium—-Drills to Begin in Xear Future. All members of' the Grand Forks machine gun company are urged to be present at the meeting to be held at the auditorium at 7:30 o'clock this evening. The drill hall has not been parti tioned'off from the rest of the build ing as yet, and it will be necessary to hold the meeting upstairs in the main building. The necessary work of fit ting up the company room, and sep arate entrance will be done as soon as possible. Some of the niuipment for the -new company has already arrived, and the rest is expected daily. An effort will be made to arrange matters tonight in such a way that drills may be started within the next week or so. FIX LICENSE FEE AT $150 J. Kavanaush fJnsurcossfui in Ef fort to Secure Reduction from •fainestown City Council. A. .1. Kmvnn.nigh of this city was unsuceessful in appealing to the city council'of .Tanjrstow'n for a reduction in the license f. .. for a moving picture theater, which lie is operating in tnat city. The council lias placed the license fee at $1 SO, which Mr. Kavanaugh pointed out wiis higher than (hat de manded by any city of similar size in which he was interested. The Jamestown aldermen, howevur, contended that the fee was reasonable, and passed an ordinance fixing it at that sum. All BMSSJMRED HERE Removal of Collections Department of Rumely Company Completes the Conaotidatiou. With the consolidation today of the collection department* of the Rumely Products company at Minot and Cirand Forks, the company began the trans action of all its business for northern North Pakota, northwestern Minne sota and nortlieaatern Montana in Grand Forks. UMt fall the Minot branch of the company was consoli dated with the local branch, but the company maintained a collections de partment in the western city. J. F- Morse, who has managed the Minot collections department during the. past year, will havo charge of the department in this city, while Hugh Rorke, who has been manager of the local department/will h&v'e charge of the Fargo work. Mr. Rorke leaves tonight for BTargo to, begin his duties as manager of the department for the southern half of the state. E. J. Farrell, also of the Minot of fice, comes here as'accountant for the company, while Frank R. Storest comes from Minot. as assistant ac countant. VIM/A CtiMBNG IX. *. Presidio. Jsn. S.—General Francisco Villa's constitution allsts are reported slowly closing In on OJlnaga, preparatory to what is predfct«»)l the flnal strug fie between the rebels and fed erals in the norftijr•"Sl» Federals hre pi*pnring to c«st.' *..*. .e:.s .• FK MM IS Farmers' and Mechanics An nual, Meeting—Same Officers Elected. The former officers and directors of (he Parmer*' and .Mechanics' bank were all re-elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders of that institution held Wednesday night. Although the batik has been in ex istence only a little over a year its deposits already amount 1.0 approxi mately $151,000. its growth has been one of the chief features of the busi ness history of the city during the last twelve months. The officers and directors are: Hugh Reid, president 3. H. Void, vice president ts. A. Veitch. vice president: \V. R. Knller, treasurer: \V. V. O'Connor, secretary: .1. l-\ T. O'Connor. F. I,. Woodman, O. 8. Han son, C. H. Nelson, V, Jv Hem is, di rector*. MHTOFPMG CATTLE RAISED North Dakota Forces En-i T-» tance of 314 miles would be tho| £a£ed Promoting ItldUS-T same as from "this ritv to St. Paul 1 The difference in the location of the! try Gratified at Results two cities In on the paving, 'causing the unfort.u-j'our months ago. a gain averaging I ]ratc equities to slip and slide in a I2.*"' pounds per head has been noted.,' A n... fir 1 sidp pavement. ^t 11 p.m. navigation far from easy a Mr. Bacon has demonstrated it ugaiu and again, on his farm, and only last, month, he' proved it again when he succeeded in topping the hog market.. Richards brothers are denionstrat-1 ing It on their dairy farm. They have a large herd of registered Ayr«. shire cattle, for which they have paid an unusually high price. They are do ing something for the development of North Dakota farm life, however, and consequently are saving neither lime nor money in getting the best they can. Augur Well for Future. These results augur well for the future of North Dakota cattle raising, and testify, better than anything else, of the value of the Great Northern demonstration plots, the International Harvester company's experimental station and the Better Farming asso ciation. The Great Northern has established a large number of demonstration plots throughout the northwest, and during the summer and fall they have accomplished much for the farmers. The International Harvester com pany also has accomplished a sreat real in the farm-development work. Under the direction of its experts, many farmers have benefited by tnc undertaking. The work of the Better Farming association is too well Known to need further comment. Suffice it to say that the association had an unusually successful season, and is tinner root ed as one of the strongest North Da kota development agencies. SECURES QUO VADIS FEATURE Manager tus Myers tV»ii|i|(itw Ar rangements for Showing Kainoas llcturcs at Metropolitan. In completing arrangements for showing the "Quo Vadis" pictures in Grand Forks. Manager «us Myers of the Metropolitan theater secures for local residents one of the be*t fea tures of the past year. The pictures will be shown Friday arid Saturday. The pictures arc in three reel.., and they present an intensely intertstiiu study of early Kornaii conditions, 'flic prosecutions of the Christians are shown with great faithfulness to theme, and the love story .if Marcus and I»ygia is beautifully depicted. CRDIIXAIi ACTION' CXDEC1IKD. Mi'Rcynolds Says Government Has Not Settled on New Haven. Washington, Jan. 8. Attorney General McReynolds in answer to a question asked during the hearing on New Haven ral'.road affairs mado it plain that his department ha« not yet determined whether it would prose cute criminally former officers and directors of the New Haven road. That question, he said, would be settled after the reorganization prob lem had been worked out. WASHINGTON WPJj TO JURY. Citizens Plan to 'Cake Morgan Re turn Historic Document. Washington, Jan. 8.—Representa tive Carlin of Virginia has taken a hand in the movement to have Mar tha Washington's will returned to the Fairfax court house from the private collection of J. P. Morgan. He de clared that many citizens were in favor of taking grand jury proceed ings to recover the historic document. The will disappeared from the oourt house records duripg the civil war. Virginians say it was stolen. t*ast year It was discovered .in Mr. Mor gan's collection. KNOXKS REPORTER SEP.UUTGD. Philadelphia. Jan. 8.—Mr. and Mrs. Philander C. Knox. Jr.. are reported to have separated. Friends of the young couple say they have abandon ed their former home in Wayne and that Mrs. Knox has taken apartments In Philadelphia, while her husband has gone to live with his parents, former Secretary of State and Mrs. Knox at Vallsy Forgo. Mki, 'K I That the raising of stock and the growing of corn are paying prupofi lions in North Dakota has been dent onstratcd several times of late. It. T. Kingman, an extensive cattle raiser of lilllsboro, N. 1}., is the latest to eise practical proof. J. D. Bacon, owner of the Lilac Hedge farm and Richards Brothers. 1 proprietors of a local dairy, also have proven it. Connected with the. practical work of these men is the development and demonstration work done by the Great Northern railway, the Interna ti.rnal Harvester company and (lie Better Farming association. Mr. Kingman has just returned from St. Paul, where he secured a top-market price for seventeen head of a herd of fifty-three steers, which ho purchased on that market last September. The quality of Mr. Kins man's stock was responsible for re- I eeiving $8.25 a 109-weight for the eat- UeV account' totnee purchasing tlie stock at. St. I froze Paul and putting it on feed less than The price paid tor the stock and be tween $7 and $7.r.0 a hundred weight. Fed On Corn. During the time. Air. Kingman has had the Mock he has fed it entirely on North Dakota corn. This should and he an an incentive to other North as Dakota farmers. I Mr. Kingman's experience is Just down-! another example of what can be done in North Dakota with stock and corn, S A N O passes my lit Tar, Pine and Cherry Syrui This formula is particularly intended to fill thi demand for a cough remedy that is effective iri its.$| tion for breaking up colds. "w I /j This preparation is guaranteed. If after usinj the contents of the bottle you are not satisfied, will cheerfully refund you the money paid for it of] return of empty bottle.<p></p>Bottle Per 25c and 50c McGrath Pharmao I Eat it Every Day —Papa Does, Too Delicious "Minnesota" Macaroni .She is survived by two daughters f' PAGE TI Pm ti ennru BUM MORN MSPECH TODI I Mother of Mrs. L.K. Hassell Commissioners will Contin] Dies at Daughter's Session Here Friday Home. Morning. .Mr.». Oiine Anderson Qiiatnme died •I:::o o'clock this morning at the 'J'he board of county commissi home of her daughter, .Mrs. K. Has- !«rs sel. 111 Cottonwood .street, today be-j annual inspection of the county pi iiifr the aged woman's 82nd birtliduy. farm and hospital located at Illness itieideut to old age was the place. cause of death. Mrs. Quatnnio had Practically the entire day will been ill for some time past. devoted to the inspection and The funeral will IK- IioM at county solons will return to G-— clock Saturday afternoon at the forks tonight, and will continue thl ilauges Lutheran ehiirch. Tlev. X. a ni-st ,?t Mokimlck. X^uovcd 'r to Grand Forks in |«8S and this chy has been iter home ever since. is at Arvilla today making Kes--sion Friday morning. J. l.ohre will conduct the services. I The annual report from the i""He T'" wa« most satisfactory, and it is c, ,b Jlhins f,, hc ,,n besides Mrs. ITassell. Tiiev are Mr-=. S10,300.22 in deM X. Hordsi.il of He It, .Mont.', and .Mrs j't'ienr. personal taxes since the deli| .T. C. Olson of Scandinavia, Wis. .fluent list was placed in his hands months ago. O. R. Burtness, Stat] lt M"TII OrriCDU .SHOT. attorney, also presented his report Dultith, J.-iii. S.— i'oliceman Neil |he six months ending January, shol Mooey, 32 years old, was fatally shot ''its that $7RS.S3 had been collects last nighl ivhilc altefiiptirig to arrest jand accounted for during the peric two Austrians wli.i were celebrating the close of the Austrian Christmas I festival by firing n-Vnlvers. I'oth es caped. Mijoney armsted the men and took their guns, a'atio of them pulled .•mother gun and shot the oflicer. All principal resorts in the south reached bjr quick sad con venient schedule* of the Louiiville & Nashville Railroad. Solid through trains or sleeping cars from Chicago or St. Louis. Unsurpassed a la carte dining car service. Round trip tourist tickets, return limit June 1st, on sale daily at reduced fares. Greater variety routes than any other line divers* routes to Florida if deiired. Homeseekers* tickets on sale First asd Third Tuesday each month at very low rates. V«j Attractive Wilier Tons to Panama, Cuba aid Jamaica. The Most Attractive Way South Route of the magnificent Dixie Limited, Dixie Flyer and South Atlantic Limited trains. For full perticulars, rates, tickets, descriptive Illus trated booklets and sleeping car iinsi» a Unas aildien i$£i Jher. will hrst class cond««oru Kesslc"' held Wednesdl .S CRIiEGAN IS CHAIRMAN. Mr. C. C. Crccjtnn of EYtrgoJ N. (»•. was chosen chairman of| the sissioa* today. Florida, New Orleans, Cuba, Panama, Gulf Coast Resorts P. W. MORROW, N. W.r.A. LOUISVILLE ft NASHVILLE R. K. 332 Mmsstt. lU#.. Oiags.k.