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.•& £, EVENING EDITION. Northwestern News REINDEER FLAN TO BE BOOSTED Hudson Bay Company takes Up New Idea of Raising New Source of Meat. Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 29.—The tliiduon's Bay ccmpany is backing yithjalmur Stelansson, the famous A:ct)t! explorer, in his reindeer ranch ing project, according to information from official sources. eindeer are to be transported to Baffin's Land, rvhere the company is icported to have leased a large tract ot land for the establishment of the ftist ranch. The identification of the Hudson's BJ.V company as Stefansson's backer 1 ADVERTISEMENT. Sure Relief 0FOR INDIGESTION BCLIANS water Sure Relief RE LL-ANS INDIGESTION Dr. Gilbert Moskau DENTIST PHONB 191 PH6NB Northwestern Nat'l Bldg.. Fourth Floor Rooms 418 to 420 r-CUT FLOWERS—i and Funeral Designs Lovell Greenhouse Phone 330 809 N. 6th St. Fitting Glasses Broken Lens Promptly Replaced Northwestern National Bank Bldg. DRY CLEANING- tiND KEPT.' Prices Send Tour r«-l.-age Parcel Poet Fine Hemstitching on all Materials GRAND FORKS DYE HOUSE Sir Kittson Ave. Phine 7»8W DR. JOHN G. BRUND1N DENTIST northwestern National Dank BoOdlni !C. Vf- T1S Grand Fork*. N. i^i" ADVERT tSEMhNT. ADVERTISEMENT. Girls! Girls!! Save Your Hair With Cuticura j1'" n*-* A tn "1 4 '4 Interaationftl Conference Will Talk Hoppers' Fight 4 ac.ives the mystery which surrounded"1'"'?? Thomas, and for some time the explorer's announcement upon his return from England a fevr jnonths ago, that, he had succeejnd interesting "British capitalists" in his •vetnure to such an extent that the launching of the project was assured Sees Future for N«w Meat. Stefansson believes that reindeer eventually will take the place of beef as the chief meat supply of the world. His projcct, in brief, is to produce on what is now the most unproductive portion of North America—the so caljed barren land3 of the north— enough meat eventually to supply the needs of Canada and the United States at least. Whether the company intends to raise musk oxen, as well as reindeer Is not known. Mr. Stefansson, in the report that he made to the Can adian government regarding the ranching possibilities said that the musk ox could be a valuable source of revenue. In an' interview after his return from his last trip of exploration in the Arctic, Mr. Stefansson said: "'We should use the reindeer and musk ox in place of animals adapted to warmer climates. We have won derful grassing lands in 'the north, al though many do not know it. The Imusk ox is more valuable than the beef animals. It does not require protection from the elements it forages for Itself and produces just as good meat and milk richer in but te rfat. It has the additional advan tage over a beef animals in that it produces from 16 to 18 pounds of wool a yrar which is Just as good as that of sheep." Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 29.—An In ternational conference on uniformity of methods of combating the grass hopper plague wlU be held In Winni peg, October 7. It 'will b? partly at the request of Alfred C. Durrlll of the United States department of. agriculture, Washington. Mr. Dur rill made a survey of the Dakotas this past month and said when 111 Winnipeg that the loss in Bottineau I county alone of North Dakota was 11 $3,000,000 due to locustp, and $l,-j| 000,000 in Renville district. Manito ba's equipment for fighting the plague was far in -advance of those used in the Dakotas, he said. Welford Will Re-enter Race In Pembina County! Pembina, N. D., Sept. 29.—Petitions I arc out in this county to put the name of Senator Welford on the bal- I lot in the fall election. Mr. Welford, v. hc is an adherent of the Nonparti- I san league, was defeated In the pri mary campaign by Fred Van Camp. I It is known that certain American whereby either Mr. Van Camp or Mr. flnunciers were endeavoring to "ca-jh In" on Stefansson's idea, but the ancient British company "beat them to It." So the first attempt on this continent to .create a new meat sup ply is to be made by British capital. steadfastly maintained that he would not,- seek re-election. The Demo-j ci'atic candidate is Andrew Darling! of Crystal. If Senator Welford dors.!' enter the fjeld it is altogether, likely that arrangements will be maue Darling will drop out of the race, it is said. Farmer's Wife In Ramsey Takes Poison By Mistakej Devils Lake, N. D., Sept. 29.—Mrs. George Schmidt, a farmer's wife n6ar here, is recovering at the local hospi tal. from the effects of mercurial pois oning, having accidentally taken a, tablet containing about- seven and a I halt grainS of bichloride of mercury,! enough, it is estimated, to kill. sb. persons. She was rushed to the hos pital and prompt action on the part of Dr. McGurren, secretary of the I stafe board of health, saved her life. I Sneak Thieves Busy In New Rocklordj New Rockford, N. D., Sept. 29.— Sneak thieves at work in this clty.ie cently entered the homes, of John Sagerholm and Ed. Bergmack, steal ing several articles of clothing and one man's military papers. About the same time a caboose of a freight train was entered and an overcoat and other articles taken. In one of the houses entered, a 38-caliber re volver was left on the table, evidently by mistake. Four Stockmen Killed In Canadian Collision Winnipeg, Man.. Sept. 29.—Four stockmen were killed in a collision five miles yest of Canora, Sask., and two were Injured. The -names of the dead are M. Stlihterg and G. Vinit bay of Canora, Sask., Paul Hefel of Ollian, Iowa, and Harold Qulnn of Wadena, Sask. A freight train ran into a stock train and four cars were destroyed.' Woman Sentenced To Be Hanged In Alberta Winnipeg,. Man., Sept. 92.—Mrs. Sarah Jackson was round guilty ,of murder in the first degree by a jury at Edmonton, Alta., Monday night for causing the death, of her husband bj a rifle shot on their homestead at Swan River, Alta., on Christmas night. The judge sentenced her to hang on December 21. This is the first wom^n sentenced to death in Alberta province. TAFT IS GUEST OF WINNIPEG Winnipeg, Sept. 29.—Ex-President William H. Taft today was tho guest of honor at a Canadian club luncheon in the Royal Alexandra ho-, tel. Tomorrow evening a banquet and reception will be given In honor of Major General J. E. Seeley. C. B., C. M. G., D. S. O., M. P., the former commander of the Canadian cavalry brigade in the great War. Ex-President Taft is here as a member of the Grand Trunk Pacific railway arbitration board. Major General Seeley is touring Canada to redeem the promise he made to mem bers of his division during the* war and that in the days of peace he would visit thenr-i in their own homes. Deposed Sheriff Of Golden Valley Married Beach, N. Sept. 29.—Sheriff John Piersina of Golden Valley coun ty, made famous in North Dakota by tiie drastic effort of Governor Fraainr and his advisers to remove him per manently from office, was married at Dickinson recently to Miss Mary Alice Halstead of this city. ADVERTISEMENT. Gaod Judgment After-Eating Giving the Stomach the Alkaline affect tj (i Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablet is Worth Bvmemberlar. You cannot, as a rule, say In advance tliat this, that or the Other food will cauM* indigestion. Experience has taught most people that even mince pie fits snugly at times while at others a glass of milk raises hobi with th£ stomach, One good rule to follow Is the pre ventative of taking one or two Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets after maali. Tou thus avoid gtssiness, sour,*' stomach, heartburn and eirelj distresses due to In digestion or dyspepsia. These tablets also help to digest the food by giving the stomach the alkaline effect to offset acidity they, relieve the distress when the mlMce, pie or milk should be mOr* than a taatch for year digestive powers, Get a to cent box o* Stuart's DykpeMla Tablets at any drug store and note bow nicely they seem to'calm the stomach when it feels all upset. 1' V^ & 1 t* *s v- 1 4 The 4 Big Reasons for Owning an Estate SUPERIOR EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY— Because of the air-tight and gas tight construction, extra large radiating surface and the complete separation of the intake pipes-from the main casing. 9 CONVENIENCE— Ball-bearing grate patented clean out scraper in radiator .double 'feed door vapor tailk swings out in front of heater. DURABILITY— Extra heavy all-cast-iron con struction 5-YEAR guaranteed fire pot. DEPENDABILITY— Every Estate Heater sold under an ironclad guarantee, worded in unmistakable terms, signed by the dealer and countersigned by The ,. Estate Stove Company. 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Although it looks like a stove and stands in the room like a stove, it heats by warm air circulation on practically the same principle as the Estate Single Reg OIVA1BOOZ, Co. rvSBOW. •ln*enh»lm«c *erc. Co. .|( v. ister Heater. The air Intake pipes are on the sides of the heater tho warm air discharge is in the top, under the ornamental dome. Pro vides warm air for 3 or 4 rooms— more rooms in some houses—and ases less fuel than an ordinary heat ing stovo. products are the result of 75 years experience THE ESTATE STOVE CO., Hamilton, Ohio RniMars since 1845 of the famous Estates. A stove, fninaoe and range for e*ery requirement—for cooking and heating with coal, wood, gw and electricity. These Dealers Handle the Estate nnu, Ekrea Brother* SUKM, Gaeue Brothers MSB, «UtWllH»l .* MATTCXJ.E. KSTR KBSSHOCS, Seaarnd Srothen aofiicos, Sm. (h*n rn Son liVOUOI, SoasM ft IbH OBBBOS, Oaraaaa Brothers Mornr Sardware acoh. Co. XTTS8SU.. B. K. Tyslio •saawooB, A. A. HU asBTsmra. OUUM BW.. (IKUBVMJI. A. SMa TAILBT CTTT, *. W. LIB. VAUUU, Keaburajr Breth 'j*fj? 3 SINGLE REGISTER WARM AIR HEATING SYSTEM the furnace that breathes" Old Heating Methods Must Go Tt is so easy to install this superior heating system No more huddling around stoves and fireplaces in cold weather. No more chilly bedrooms, halls and bathrooms. Old methods and inferior heating systems are being discarded everywhere „because it is so easy and economical to install the Estate Single Register Warm Air Heating System. ONE register heats the whole house comfortably and cozilv. That means one small hole to cut. No pipes to run, no tearing up walls and floors. A "few hours' work, and the Estate is ready for business. Tens of thousands of homes are enjoying a winter comfort they never knew before, thanks to the Estate Single Register*Warm Air Heating System. More Heat=-«Less Fuel A radically different principle of construction takes the Estate entirely out of the class of the ordinary "pipeless furnace." The intake pipes are separate and distinct from the main casing. This construction affords a considerably larger space for air circula tion and absolutely eliminates friction between cooled air coming down and warm air going up. Fuller and freer circulation is thus, secured, resulting in the heating of at least 3-J per cent more air than in other makes. Nothing Like the Estate The Estate has no peer in its field. It passes the cold air over the entire radiating surface of the heater through hundreds of degrees of heat and moistens it healthfully from its vapor tank. Complete circulation of warm, moist, sterilized, pure air is assured in every room in the house. Unquestioned Economy The Estate costs so little to install, saves so appreciably on fuel, and lasts so many vears that its economv is unquestioned. Its construction makes filling, cleaning and op erating the Estate easy for anyone. It burns any kind of fuel and is absolutely fireproof.,. MINNESOTA. M0RLEY-MURPHY HDWfe. CM). 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