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ROBERT L. BORDEN.
Canadian Premier Declines to Be Knighted by King. ---------- ■ nnontM nen mcc . TITI r liUnUcN DECLINES A TITLE ~ Canadian Premier Democratic in His Tastes. Ottawa. Out... Dec. 2*>.—Premier Robert L. liorden lias again declined a title- in connection with the forth coming New Year's honors, according to a London dispatch. Mr. Borden, it is said, is democratic in his tastes and prefers to follow the example of Balfour. <Tiamherlain, iiladstone and Bright, each of whom refused to accept a t itie. TWELVE PERSONS PERISH IN STORM s " (t :;rS ,N ____ New York. Dee. 27.--Twelve, men drowned two in the East liver aud 'en the crews of two barges wrecked on tne New -Jersey coast -is the cost iri human lives o! the storm which swept over this city and vicinity. At Sea bright, N. a fashionable summer resort, twenty miles south of here, most of the houses have cither been wrecked or are under wate , Several hotels and many fine resi riene.es were among those undermined L'1^ v-»m« * r * The damage done to property is es timated at $1,000,000, most of it borne by Seabright and other points along the northern section of the New .Ter sey coast. Most oi. the propeiTy losses are due to bulkheads giving way under the onslaught of waves lashed into fury by a gale which at one time reached a velocity of nine ty miles an hour. Erie Road Lays Off 6.000 Men. New York, Dec. 28.—It was an nounced that during thte last thirty days the Erie railroad has laid off 6,000 employes in its shops, mainte nance of way force and other depart ments because of closing down of mills and manufactories. GRAIN AND PROVISION PRICES Duluth Wheat and Flax. Duluth, Dec. 29.—Wheat— On track ami to arrive. No. 1 hard. S5Vsc; No. 1 Northern, 84%c; No. 2 Northern. 0*1—On track to arrive, $1.41 South St. Paul Live Stock. South St. Paul, Dec. 2'.L—Cattle— Steers, 7.7.7; cows and heifers, 870#6.60; calves. $4.n«#9.50; feed ers, $4.30<ff 7.00. .Hogs—$7.60# 7..7.7. Sheep—Lambs. $5.75Ai/7.75: wethers, 8':;.7.">'o).>.2i : ewes, $2.50f/4.6u. Chicago Grain and Provisions. Chicago, Dec. 29.—Wheat—Dec., S7 1 i>c; May, 90%@90%c; July, S6V 2 c. Uorn—Dec., 68%c: May, 68c; July. 68 r, gc. Oats—Dec., ?,8%c; May. 40% @40'j;e; July, 39340. Pork—Jan.. $20. 17; May, $20.r>5. Butter—Creameries, 34(?7-36c. Eggs—30@32c. Poultry— Springs, 12c; liens, 13c. turkeys, t8c. Chicago Live Stock. Chicago, Dec. 29.—Cattle—Beeves, S6.email@example.com; Texas steers, $6.S5(?x7.90: Western steers, $firstname.lastname@example.org: stockers and feeders. $email@example.com; cows and heifers, $3.50®8.60; calves. $7.00# J 1.00. Hogs—Light, $7.4r>®'7.82 1 4; + J. ♦!• FIFTY-TWO DEAD •'* IN ELBE STORM. •I- Hamburg, Dec. ^<4.—Severe •I* storms lor the past two weeks have done great damage to * shipping at Elbe ports. Fifty •!• two lives have been lost, at •:* cording to latest advices. *•* MRS. A. E. STEVENSON DIES Vice She Was Wife of the Former President. Bloomington, ill.. Dec. 26.—Mrs. Ad lai E. Stevenson, wife of former Vice President Stevenson, is dead. She had been ill for several months. Mrs. Stevenson was seventy years old and is survived by her husband and three children, Lewis C. Steven son. president of the Illinois state hoard of pardons: Airs. Martin N. Hardin of Chicago and Miss Letitia Stevenson, at. home. Mrs. Stevenson was elected presi dent general of the Daughters of the American Revolution four times. + *! t ----------- Thirty-two Federals Killed on Na tional Railway. Washington, Dec. 27.—Word reach P(J the stat, ' department that a large force of revolutionists on the Nation at railway sixty miles north of San f Buis Potosi destroyed a federal con voy train on Thursday, killing thir : t.v-i'our fedmals. Traffic north of San ! Luis Potosi is suspended. It is reported that the situation, at REBELS WRECK TROOP TRAIN Canada Tampico is unchanged. the boundiii- line. SMALLPOX PATROL ON LINE — - to Station Armed Guards Along Border. Winnipeg, Dee, 28.—The Canadian government ha* decided to send a ! mounted quarantine patrol along the i Manitoba buundarj to watch, for 1 smallpox rases or those who may j come from affected districts in North | Dakota and Minnesota when crossing | M**l Local * hree room house for rent. Inquire of 1 i. ,). Parsons. Will take some cattle and --- -------- w.v, v»,nv <<WV1 horses to winter. Two sections 0 f l anc j f or them to run On. e 1 , ple)lt -' oi stacks of "'heat and! i flax Straw and two large stacks, |of alfalfa, and plenty of Beaver ,, T ,„,.u rv*. , " 4 - ! creek '' atei . One section, one j and one half miles from town, I the other one-half mile from : town. For further information see Thos. II. Rush. adv. ....... . i ™, _ 1 he r armers Cash Meat Mar ! ket has a few good SOWS f or breeding purposes and no fancy price is asked either. Call and see Adolph about them. Adv Every Saturday is Bargain Day FARMERS CASH MEAT MARKET Weekly Bulletin Fancy Sweet Pickle Pork , 15c j ^3 ! ............. }£ Fresh Hams, whole........Me 11), j Smoked White Fish.......IS. lb Sauer Kraut.............. 5c lb « e,,, „ _ . , ... i®** Pf ............ Cranberry, 2 quarts.........2D* Best Pot roast: beef........18c H. lie ib Fresh Dressed chickens. Bacon best brand <Sr lean .. 20c lb' Good regular Ham........20c lb j Home rendered lard.......Ido lb Home Grown Lamb, front quarter, per lb.........12 1-2c Hmd Quarter, per lb.........14c b nil Cream Brick Cheese, I b. ,25c Fresh Oysters on hand at. all times Fresh Every Pay i All Pork Sausage..........15c lb VVienners.................15c lb , Liver Sausage, 2 lbs for......25c : Pig Pork Breakfast Sausage ! per ill.................... 20c i Rnmcrnn 1 m ' 7 \ , .................. j We deliver to all parts of the city at any time. * * * * * * * * ^' *** A Happy New Year A Satisfactory Meat Market! /~\UR 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 pedf. Besides this Our Meats Are Always First Class •and we carry a full line to supply your wants. Thank ing you for your pa«ft patronage we wish you all a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year * * * * * * * * * * * * * ►T-< We Deliver to All Part of Hie City—We Deliver What You Waul When You Want It FARMERS' CASR MARKET Adolph Zimmerman, Proprietor WIBAUX, MONTANA. * * * * * * * ►j-4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * FEED MILL AT 'The Farmers' Headquarters' Draping and Hearn IWorh. flee Delivered Daily Handles all kinds of coal—Bear Creek, Carney, Acme, Gate City, Anthracite and Blacksmith Coal. DAN SUTHERLAND Wibaux, Montana Phone 15 „ JATHOLIC CHURCH t . . . , „ " '~' n< ., ftH< 1 Sundays early mass will lie at ',1 o'clock, aud hi«h ».«« at 10:80. inslrm-tk......v-.-v Saturday a, 10:0.) o'clock, ami 2nd an< moss. Rev it It Sundays after S. *1. Cieslewi.-/ FOR RENT <1Rr j x A well improved farm, with ver y mood buildings, near town, Renter must have plenty of; equipment. Inquire at once. E- F. Fisher I am in shape to grind feed at anytime at my farm one mile north r, f town. Also ground feed for sale. .1. H. Carlson. — adv. For loans on £ood mortgage security call on Fisher <81 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.