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Z'.-Z'f I'r.-ss Association. NOBEL PRIZE AWARDED ROOT New York Senator Honored for His Work for Internationa! Peace. Christiania, Norway, Dec. Thf> Nobel peace prize for 1012 was eon ferrefl on Senator Klihit Root of New York and that for J913 on Senator Henri l.a Fountaine of Brussels. Bel gium. who was formerly president of the Permanent international Peace bureau of Berne, Switzerland. As no Nobel peace prize was award ed last year there were two for dis posal this rear eacli of them worth if 40 ,non. SEVERE SHOCK FOR INVESTORS New Haven Directors Suspend Dividend Payments. New York. Dec. ..—After an un broken record of forty years as a divi dend payer the Yew York, New Haven and Hartford Kail.mad company final ly has been forced io the necessity of suspending further disbursements on its $157,000,000 of stock. This decision was reached here after a prolonged meeting of the di rectors. The action, while partly foreshadowed by the recent acute weakness of the stock, will come as a shock to thousands of investors. New Haven began paying dividends in 1873 and for twenty years there after maintained a 10 per cent rate. In 1894 it fell to 0 per cent, in 1895 to S per cent, which it continued until the early part of this year, when divi dends were cut to 6 per cent. Arbitration Move Fails. Lansing, Mich., Deo. —According to advices received at the governor's office the latest attempt of President .Moyer of the Western Federation of Miners to have the copper strike set tled by arbitration lias failed. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duluth Wf 'at and Flax. Duluth, Dec. .—Wheat—On track and to arrive. No. t hard, STfic; No. I Northern. 8*>%c; No. 2 Northern, S4H<P84%<*. Flax—On track and to arrive. Sl.tfi 1 ,.. South St. Paul Live «-tock. South St. Paul. Dec. -Cattle Steers, $5.5"tii. 7.73: cows and heifers, $4.50#6.00: calves. S4.504Y9.50: feed <ers, $4,304/7.00. Hogs—*7.50® 7.85 Sheep—Lambs, $5,504} 7.25: \vether3 *3.754/4.50; ewes. $2.50-f?4.3" Chicago Grain and ''revisions. Chicago, Dec. Wheat—Dec.. S9T4C; May, 92c; July, SSTgC. Corn— May. 69%@69%c; July, fi8%c. Oats—Dec.. 39%c: May. 44-4 4fll%c; July, 41c. Pork—Jan., $20.* ••O; May, $2".95. * Butter—Creameries OlVaC- Eggs—284i'3k . Poultry Springs. 12c; liens, I2%c; turkeys. 1 fie. Chicago l ve Stock. Chicago, Dec r.C.—Cattle—Beeves Sn.fiQ4i9.fiO; Texas steers, $5.904c7.75; stockers and feeders, $4,904/: 7.50; cows and heifers. $3.404rS.30: calves, $7.50 @11.50. Hogs—Light, $7.40@ 7.75; mixed, $email@example.com; heavy, $7.50 4/.7.90; rough, $firstname.lastname@example.org: pigs, $6.00 77.50. Sheep—Native, $email@example.com; IT Additional Local country and they guarantee sat isfaction. j Three room house for rent. | Inquire of B. j. Parsons. ! The Farmers Cash Meat Mar ! ket will have plenty of lettuce, celery, cranberries, oysters, and poultry for New Year's feast. Their prices are lower than ask-, ed anywhere in this part of the W ill take some cattle and horses to winter. Two sections of land for them to run on. also plenty of stacks of wheat and flax straw and two large stacks of alfalfa, and plenty of Beaver creek water. One section, one and one half miles from town, the other one-half mile from town. For further information see Thos. H. Rush. adv. The Farmers Cash Meat Mar ket has a few good sows for breeding purposes and no fancy j price is asked either. Call and see Adolph about them. Adv THE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "A Community Church with a Program. " Sunday, December, 28th 10 O'clock, Sunday School, 11 O'clock, Morning Worship 7 :80 O'clock Evening Sermon All are welcome at this church. Riymond B. Walker, Minister POPULAR MECHANICS " " CWDN" Y s°° ARTICLES ' 300 ■ f ILLUSTRA V TIONS Popular Ivleehanics Magazine "WHITTEN SO VOU CAN UNDERSTAND !T M A GREAT Continued Str-. v of ib* World'# Progre«» which jo-Unc- be/iiu reading at any time, anti winch a-ill hold your interest forever. Yon m e living intlie'best year, of the most wonderful age, of what is doubtless the greatest world in the universe. A resident of Mar# would gladly pay— AHA FOR ONE YEAR'S Jpl,UUU SUBSCRIPTION to this magazine.in. order to keep informed of our progress in Engineering and Mechanics. Are you reading it? Two miilicns of your neighbors are, and it is the lave, ite maga zine in thousands of the beat. Amo*jean homos. It appeals to all classes —old and young—-men and women. The "«Uop Notes" Department f -1 " e gives iv-.v way# to do >liiuu< —b ■ i , I-';' bsetnl articles for Loute unit sw .p, jvpunv., tc. " Amateur Mechanics " < to pages ) tells h. . v to make Mission furniture, wireless onUii-, heats engines, magic, ami all the things a U-.y h\v&? SI.SO PER YEAR. SINGLE: COPIES >.£ C.ZHYS Ahk yoin' Newado.'.lcr : > fchow vuu ,.»> WHITE FOR FREE SAM PLE COPY T^>i>,ay POPULAR MBClIANICSCOl 318 W. YVjshiuuton Si., CHICAGO Every Saturday is Bargain Day FARMERS CASH MEAT MARKET Weekly Bulletin Fancy Sweet Pickle Pork . 15c Pork Chops...............L7e lb Pork Roast...............He lb Fresh Hams, whole........i lo lb Smoked White Fish.......18c lb Sauer Kraut.............. .V lb Celery, per bunch............10c t Crantorrio., 2 quart..........25c ;Best Pot roftsr beef........pic lb Fresh Dressed chickens ... ldc lb Bacon best brand i\i- lean .. 20c lb Good regular Ham........20c lb Home rendered lartl.......18c lb Home Grown Lamb, front quarter, per lb.........12 1 -2e Hind Quarter, per lb.........14c hull Cream Brick Cheese, lb. .25c' hresh Oysters on hand at all times Fresh Every Dav All Fork Sausage..........15c 11) Wienners.................15c lb Liver Sausage, 2 lbs for...... 25c Pig Pori\ Breakfast Sausage per lb....................20c Bologna..................15c lb j We deliver to all parts of the city I at any time. Z_~~ r ' 'Ur'm * Happy New Year A Satisfactory Meat Market! /'AUR PATRONS are entitled to the very best and for this reason we pride ourselves upon our service. Our cold storage, sanitary meat receptables and other modern conveniences, coupled with careful selection and handling of meat, assure our patrons of the best of everything—and it is cleanly and sanitary in every re peat. Besides this Our Meats Are Always First Class and we carry a full line to supply your wants. Thank ing you for your pa^t patronage we wish you all a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year..... >4 ►I* 4 * * * * * * ►T< * * ►> ►J-4 We Deliver to All Part of the City—We Oeliver Wlial You Want When Yon Want It FARMERS' CASH MARKET Adolph Zimmerman, Proprietor WIBAUX, MONTANA. A ►£4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ►I-* FEED MILL AT 4 The Farmers' Headquarters' Braying and Seam llHork* Uce Delivered Daily Handles all kinds of coal—Bear Creek, Carney, Acme, Gate City, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal. * * * * * * * * * ►> DAN SUTHERLAND Wibaux, Montana * * * * * * ►Ti ^ Phone 15 * * * ►7-4 ________ _______ JATHOLiC CHURCH On the 2nd and lilt Sundays early muss will be al o'clock* and high mass tit 10:80. instruction every |ii:dd o'block, ami Mli Sundaes after , ' a t cchl8n , Saturday al on 2„d R m ear | v mQSf . ' jj ov FOR RENT A well improved farm, with very good buildings, near town. Renter must have plenty of equipment. Inquire at once. S. Uieslewi. E. F. Fisher I. am in shape to grind feed at Also ground feed H. Carlson.—adv. for anytime at my farm one mile north °f town. ;sale. .1 For loans an good mortgage security call on Fisher Johnson over First National Bank, Wibaux Montana. Lignite COAL! Delivered to any part of the city. FARMERS! You can get plenty of good Lignite Coal at our mine, section 25, township 14, range 60. Chamberlain & Berry, Proprietors Wibaux, Montana.