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1 •r |K« II -ifp. I ATCROOKSTON ll!. ftiMM&M-k tvand Mrs. Arthur Pear so^Said to Have Confes Murdering Infant rptefeed Crookston, Minn., Feb. $.—A for- wifi* ot murder Is expected to against Mr. an" Arthar Pearson of this city, [. bit tb® finding ot the dead body of and Mrs. follow new bora. child, on the roof of shad adjoining the Commercial hotel Sunday morning. Both Mr. and Mrs. I" Pearson are now being detained by tbe police pending the results of a postmortem examination. According to Sheriff Oscar Bolstad. the couple have confessed the de tails of the crime and it is alleged the baby was put on the ehed roof by Pearson last Friday night. The body was accidentally discovered yesterday morning by Walton Hun ter, a roomer in the hotel, who no ticed the infant from bis window. •The coroner was called'and found tho baby, wrapped in a soiled cot ton blanket. Pearsons Arrested. Following an examination by Hher iff' Bolstad. and County Attorney J. £. Montague, Mt\ and Mrs. Pearson were placed under arrest. According: to the Sheriff both admit that they had planned to do away with the child* upon its birth. Mrs. Pearson formerly was Martha Furstnau of Thief River Fdlls. She came here about two weeks ago and was mar ried to Pearson who is a fireman on the Great Northern railroad. She claims that her husband is not the father of the child. Walton Hunter' who first discov ered the body, had rooms above tbe Pearsofi suite and he declares that on Friday night he heard the crying of a', baby. He said he paid litUe attentlori at the time but recalled that jkhe sound gradually grew fain ter add finally stopped and it is the belief of the authorities that the child -was/placed on the roof imme diately following birth and was al lowed to 'die from exposure. Herald Want Ads\ Bring Results. Buy Tour BROOMS From East Grand Forks New Broom Factory IS. KNAPP, Prop. Phono S15-W 'f A ^4^ r' *1 tk Mownin&" v. -, Ke J&< W\" -A-» fp P.,,*- GoTernmeatOwned Railway In Canada I Faces Big Deficit Winnipeg, Man., Feb. 9.—Faced with a low of approximately $30,000, 000 during the present fiscal year, it will have to be Increased If tbe' roads are to pay. The increases In rates authorized some time ago do not, it is claimed, meet the evor-lncreasing cost ot ma terial and operation. Before the United States government bands back On the Canadian Northern the loss is estimated roughly at 110, 000,000. Start Is Planned For Manitoba Hemp Industry James Herald Want Ads Bring Results. Though a woman may be inclined to appraise motor car value in a slightly different way— the feet that the EJ^in Six has become, chaxupiou by virtue of its. repealed triumphs in most every conceivable land of stock car competitioR— means equally as much tb hep as it does to the man who enjoys ^te benefit of a lax&er number of years at experience in and "driving." Both know one probably more by instinct—that a car which has attained such notable distinction must continue to display iheee same k^h virtues when called' upon to meet unexpected emer gencies in private driving. One knows that the Elgin Six' is an he thorov&hly 17-19 South Fifth Street DEALERS WANTED -ir'.VJ. Winnipeg, Man., (Fob. 9.—Sufficient national and at Kansas City Royal flax seed to sow 500 acres of land, shows owned in tho valley are here, and a stretch of land at the Sir Wil- Livestock judging will be complet Iiam Van Horne farm at Selkirk, ed by tomorrow evening. Hundreds Man,,, has already been secured for ot people aro crowding the pavilion the growing* of flax with a view to and annex to see the latest styles in the ultimate establishment of hemp livestock, the kind that will make fibre mills in Manitoba, it was an- the Red River Valley as famous for nounced at the Board of Trade build- stock as it now is for wheat. Fifty ing. It is expccted that the farm at baby beef calves are entered in the Selkirk will bo used aa a model, farm boys' and girls' calf club contest and farmers throughout' the west with their youthful owners in at will be encouraged to grow flax» to• tendance to see that their pets are supply tho local mills. Sucli prod-: properly groomed for the event, ucts as hemp rope and twine and, at! This evening the baby beef will be .a later date, sacks will be manufac tured, and the distant objective is the manufacture of fine linens. ANOTHER GOLD. STRIKE. Seattle, Wash.,.- Feb. 9.—Hyder, Alaska, center of the Stewart river mining properties, wlU become a tent city rivaling Nomo and other famous "stfike" towns, if the expected spring influx of prospectors is realized, ac- W. McDonald, pio- cording to neer of the Seattle recently. "The world is going to see another tent city in the spring," Mr. McDon ald said. "Hyder's future is assured, and there is every indication that when the snotor goes off thousands of peopld*Will flock to tho little town.' Kloqdlke, who was in Most of the newcomers will be dis appointed, Mr. Mcponald asserted. Hudreds of them are used only to placer mining, while the Stewart rivfer properties are all hard rock. Tbe dis trict will not be fully developed for five years, he said. The Woman Who ImdncUvdyfeeb «nd the UnqnestkmaUr JCnotM WhytheEI^in W: World's Champion Light Six I S I O CAMERON MOTORS CO SHOWS ARE UNDER WAY FaiTO Livestock and Indra- trial Features Not Ham the railroads to their owners, it is crops, livestock and industrial shows calculated that there must be a large at the Red River VaUey mid-winter in their rates—an increase shows, are in full swing, occupying by some railway men as 4S.000 square feet of space in the high as SO or 40 per cent If such pavilion built last year and the new an Increase is granted to United State* 75x140 annex recently completed, lines, it is asserted, there, will need to, Judging of nearly 1,000 farm crop be a similar increase in Canada. exhibits is under way ajtd will be It is estimated that the loss of the completed late today. Wonderful Canadian Rational railway system as corn, grain and unexcelled potatoes a whole will be in tbe neighborhood mark the highest degree of excel of $19,000,000. To that has to be ad- lence in exhibits ever brought to ded ah estimated loss of $9,000,000 on gather at a Red River Valley show, the Grand Trunk Pacific or a total o£ Nearly 40 carloads of livestock $28,000,000. pered by Flu Situation. Crookston, 'Minn., Feb. 9.—Farm had arrived for the show late Satur alone day when the last shipment of 11 cars from the St. Vincent line came in, making a total of over 500 head of the valley's finest Holsteln, Here ford, Shorthofp, Angus, Red Poll and Guernsey cattle Shropshire sfheep. and Duroc Jersey, Poland China, Chester White and Berkshire hogs. Winners at "the Chicago inter- auctioned off, constituting the first of nine outstanding livestock sales which are the features of the week. With Inquiries from lt states re garding the animals to be sold at these sales it is. expected that a new record for attendance will be estab lished. Chester White and Poland China hogs will be sold tomorrow. C. P. R. NOT TO BUY PEACE RIVER UNE Winnipeg, Man., 'Feb. 9.—=The Ca nadian Pacific railway does not want the Edmonton, Dunvegan and British Columbia railway running, into Peace river, 600 miles, and has no intention of purchasing it from the McArthur interests, said President E. W. Beat ty of the C. P. R., who stopped off here last night on his return from the Pacific .coast. The president said the capitalization of the northern road was too high and there were other features that made it undesirable'for the C. P. R. to consider the purchase. Man '-'i r'i f-V Who Six Is Criled-j CA* COIPOKAT1QN, Ai^, Wmrit understands die mechanical reasons for its superior performance. The other is made confident that the Elgin is a wonderful car because she^ Jus never had any occasion to question its reliability. The .one notices and marvels at its Mtonishing ease of manipulation. The other loves to drive it because she finds it so easy to guide and control. He recognizes the exceptional ability of engineers who designed such an attractive vehicle. She is happy and proud to find how much her friends admire and respect the ctfr she drives. Why be contented with less than a' Champion? v:-. See Our Exhibit at Fargo AUTO SHOW THIS WEEK PEMUPSHE CAN TALK WITH MAKS Grand Forks, N. -D. ^3$ James Bifte Rogers. James Harris Rogers of Hyatts ville, Hd., inventor -of underground and underseas wireless, has an nounced in an interview that he will attune his plant to* take 'messages of wave lengths up to 150,000 meters in the hope of catching a message from Mars. This is 50,000 meters longer than the wave lengths used by tbe iMarconi plant, where it was thought some of Mars signals were faintly heard. Dr. Rogers placed his underground and underseas wireless discoveries in the hands of tbe government unre serevedly during the war. and govern ment officials have declared it the greatest invention of the war. The navy department is now installing his system throughout the world. Gross Earnings Of R. R. Transfer In Minneapolis $116,693 St. Paul, Minn.. Feb. 9.—Gross earnings of tbe railway transfer of Minneapolis were $116,693 for the periodinms. harassing clauses abolished,- Tha figures are from V"** $16651 VvW ..j**'. tf-p: $ '//A r'.y w-mMi rSiXrV. ventilated theatre ltaP^ MmmisstoSyunde?th^K S^ cha!^of deputies today. He gross earnings of $4,242, against $3, 621 for the respective period. SOBnEPCIiE* CHANGED. Galeodco, Cal., Feb. ,9.—Calexico no longer entertains passengers on the limited trains of the San Diego and Arizona railroad during the 3A min ute stops'daily for change of engines and switching operations. Officials ordered the stop m&d^'at Mezicali. across the border. Mezlcall is "wet." and ITALY MUST NOT JWN ALLIANCE, SAYSF1AMMING0 Declares Treaty Revision Must Be Effected First Rome, Saturday, Feb. 7.—Italy must not join the Anglo-French alli ance until "the Versailles treaty is re and Vised and all odious, unjust 8814,1 the luth, South 9hore & Atlantic road, Trf," Marquette, Mich., listed Minnesota depreciation of the Allies Italian ilire, the French franc and English pound was due to the fact that none possessed credits in America. Signor Grazidei, socialist, asserted the war had been "advantageous to England, who inherited tbe German colonies." He criticised the anti alien propaganda abroad, exhibiting a pamphlet he had received from Buenos Airek and which bore the caption: "The Filibusters of Fiume." He said Fiume must be lnternation-. aiized, like the Suez Canal, the Straits of Gibraltar and all other great pathways of world commerce. Deputy salvenini defended the policy pursued by former govern ments relative to the Dalmatian coast and said that as soon as the treaty of London bad been perused at Belgrade it would be understood by Ju^p Slavia that Italy could not reduce her claims. President Wilson would have ac cepted our proposals," he asserted, "if we had not gone through the mis takes we did at Paris and if Captain d'Annunzlo and Admiral MlUo had not discredited us before the world." He said an agreement was signed with Austria in: 1913 for the division Of Albania. Premier Giolitti .denied that such an agreement had been reached. The deputy closed bis ad dress by saying Premier Nitti had re nounced Italian claims to Dalmatla in the compromise reached recently at Paris and that Italy should retire from that region. TO MAINTAIN NOTED HOME. Manchester, Eng., Jan. 25.—-(Mail.) —'Members of the Sulgrave society 'met here recently to inaugurate a fund for the restoration and mainte nance of Sulgrave Manor, George. Washington's English ancestral home. The-mansion was bought in 1914 as a. memorial to Washington by the British peace centenary committee in oelebration of tbe hundred years' peace between the United States and Britain but an. endowment is needed for repairs and. furniture. Toward this, the Sulgrave institute of America contributes 210,000 pounds. Five thousand pounds bare been raised in London and Manchester hopes to fur nish the balance of 10,000. Among the subscriptions is a sum of £500' from the Stars and Stripes Women's club in Manchester, col lected as a memorial to the American soldiers w^ho died in the city. A RBUi DISGBAC®. Berlin, Jan. 22.—(Mail.)—It has Just been discovered that the head stone of a grave of a fallen soldier in the garrison cemetery at Hafenbelde, a suburb of Berlin, bears the designa tion of "soldier, second class." A visitor to the cemetery has,denounced this characterisation as cruel and one Berlin newspaper says: "The head piece of this grave,, supplied by the military authorities, is a.monument of disgrace to militarism." CLOCK 160 YEARS OtiD. Riverside, Cal., Feb. 9.—A "grand father's" clock, 160 years old and still ticking strong, has just been pre sented to P. T. Evans, of Riverside, by Frank A Tetley. who obtaiined it Sixteen years ago in Plttfleldv Mass. It is said to be one of the-oldest examples of the early colonial Amer ican clockjnaker'a'skill. KOREA EVACUATED. London, Feb. 9.—Northern Korea has. been Evacuated by tbe Japanese, it is claimed in a wireless dispatch from Moscow today quoting an Omsk message. The population rose to aid Korean forces from ChineseN terri tory. it is declared. ADVERTISEMENT. iMMMMMMIMMMMMt OPEN NOSTRILS! END A QOUTOB CATARRH How To Get Belter When Bead I and New we Staffed Up. Count fifty 1 Tour cold in head Or catarrh disappears. Tour clogged nos trils Will open, the air passages of»your head will clear and you can 'breathe freely. No mors snuffing, hawking, mucous discharge, dryness or b«ad Sche no struggling for breath at night. Get a small bottle' of Sty's Cream Balm from yoar druggist and Spply a little of this .fragrant antiseptic cVsatn in your nostrils. It penetrates through every air passage of the heed, sooth ing and healint the swollen or in flamed mucous membrane, instant relief. Head coliujutd yield like msgie. Don't ku id 0|m||p liiirtM aiq a aji in Modorn and Wall ¥101 HEW GRJlltO Ventilate* Theatre v-'"-. -.'v Ss* -.'A.-. "Vf"y^-f -f Dr. Royal S. Copeland, President of the Board York makes the following statements regarding theatres: "If managers see that health rulings ern, .well ventilated theatrCas in a hospital, if for no other "leans are more pathogenic germs in a hospital "There never was any doubt in my mind regarding the of iriy principal purpose in keeping open York City was to prevent the spread ot panic and hysteria, and thus the public from a condition of mind which would predispose it to "Properly operated and well ventilated theatres were valuable factors in main taining the morale of the City, and New York City was notably free fromahys terical sense of calamity'during the epidemic o'f 1918, and I am firmly convinc ed that it would have-been very unwise to have closed them. .' "In view of our experience in New York City where the death rate from influenza was the lowest of any large city on the coast, we are convinced that our decision^ to keep the theatres open was wisely ade. (NOTE:—The management of^Jhe New Grand Theatre has Dr. Copland's statements on file and they emphasize our assertion that you are as safe in the New Grand as you would be on the street. Metropolitan DRURST THE LAUGH 6* MISS NORTON Prices A Health of the City of Ne ob^d, one £as safe are a well kept theat than in status Herald Want Ads Bring Results. Herald. Want Ads Bring Result*. •iiniHiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniuHiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiia of a tnodern, we the S This is to announce that O. B. Hoimoe S ss .••"''SE ES has sold his interest in the Royal Thea 5E tre to Perry Johnson of 520 South 5th gar. j|| St., and that in the future the Royal will S be under the management of Perry S: Johnson and Geo. Page and that they j=, H| will continue tcPshow only high grade -jS EES pictures. 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