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ZaXJES: port, shipping tag's and how to obtain onr Hunters' & Trappers' Guide. We are tho :nor! re sponsible Fide end Pur House la the N. W. Endorsed by 100 leading agricultural papers ANDERSCH 8303.. Doocrtmont 6«, MIHWfi/iPOLIC, IN N & Anything and everything In the way of high-grade commercial printing, Onr assortment of job type is complete, onr press facili ties of the best, and our workmen true typographical artists. This tells all the story of onr facilities for doing Job printing of the right kind at the right prices. '4. Cards Envelopes Bill Heads Statements Letter Heads WHAT UNCLE 3AM WILL 8E£ ON HI8 NEXT FOURTH 6* JULY. WATERED STOCK? CLEVELAND MAYOR 13 ACCUSED BY WILLIAM M. IVINS IN NEW YORK. Nassau Company Deal—Reorganiza tion, Before 'Sale to Brooklyn Rap id Transit, Said to Have Provided $6,250,000 of Water. New York, Nov. 28.—William M. Ivins, while Investigating the affairs of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit com pany for the public service commis sion Friday, deolared that Mayor Tom L. Johnson of Cleveland and his friends, who formerly owned the Nas sau Electric Railway company of Brooklyn, had watered Its stock to the extent of $6,250,000 and then sold it to the Brooklyn Rapid Transit com pany. This was alleged to have taken place In a reorganization of the Nas san company in January, 1899. Accusation by Ivins. Questioning Timothy S. Williams, vice president of the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company, about the reorgani zation of the Nassau company, Mr. Ivins said: "On that reorganization I find that they Increased their bond issue, which had theretofore been $5, 500,000, by an additional $8,946,960'. They made an entirely new issue of preferred stock of $6,000,000, they theretofore having no preferred Btock, and to the theretofore existing $6,000, 000 of common stock they added $2, 500,000, making a total of new issues of $17,940,960, and your acquisition was after this Increase of capitaliza tion. Can you tell me what these new securities were issued for?" Williams Tries to Explain. Mr. Williams said an explanation of the transaction was given in an agree ment which Mr. Ivins had, but this was not read. Mr. Williams also con tended that the Brooklyn Rapid Transit company, If it had bought $6, 250,000 of1 water, had subsequently squeezed it out. "I cannot agree with you," said Mr. Ivins. "It looks to me like a plain case of stock watering, and the com pany had no right to charge that $6, 000,000 on its books to the cost and equipment of the road. It was wrong in principle, and if it wasn't then against the law, the law ought to be amended so as to make such a trans action Impossible." LIEUT. CRAWFORD MISSINGi. Admiral Dewey's 8eoretary Thought to Have Drowned Himself. Washington, Nov. 23.—Lieut. John W. Crawford, secretary of Admiral Dewey, has disappeared and it is be lieved he has committed suicide. Fri day Bennett A. Allen, 1901 Fourth street, a friend of the missing man, received a special delivery letter from Lieut. Crawford in which It was stated that he had determined on suicide and requesting Mr. Allen to break the news to Mrs. Crawford as gently as possible. Late In the evening Lieut. Crawford's hat and ooat were found on the deck of a ferry boat plying be tween Washhlngton and Alexandria. To financial difficulties Lieut. Craw ford's resolve to end his life is at tributable, his friends say. Jury In Lewis Trial Disagrees. St. Louis, Nov. 23.—After having de liberated more than two hours, the jury In the case of Edward Q. Lewis, mayor of University City, who was Charged with having used the mails fraudulently In organizing and estab lishing the Peoples United States bank, reported to Judge Carland in the United States district cqurt Fri day afternoon its Inability to agree upon a verdict and the court dis missed the body. Seven jurors voted to convict Lewis and five stood out for acquittal. Iowa Village Is Burned. St. Joseph, Mo., Nov. 22.—The vil lage of Chain, la., was wiped out by fire Wednesday night, but one build ins being saved. Loss, $50,000. E3T WILLIAM R. HEARST HELD NEW YORK EDITOR BOUND OVER TO GRAND JURY. Justice Wyatt Takes Action—Criminal Libel Charge Made by Chanler. New York, Nov. 22.—Justice Wyatt In the court of special sessions Thurs day held W. R. Hearst for the grand jury on a charge of criminal libel pre ferred by William Astor Chanler. S. S. Carvalho gave bail for Mr. Hearst. The amount of the bond was fixed at $600, the usual sum required In misdemeanor cases. Mr. Carvalho is the general manager of Mr. Hearst's New York newspapers. Both Mr. Hearst and his bondsman were In court when Judge Wyatt handed down his decision. They re paired to the office of District Attor ney Jerome while the ball bond was being prepared. It was later approved by Justice Wyatt and Mr. Herast and his attorneys drove away in the big red automobile whioh had brought them to the criminal courts building. The charge against Mr. Hearst grew out of a publication in the New York Evening Journal concerning the case of Raymond Hltchcook, the actor. Mr. Chanler's name was mentioned in con nection with the article. Several hearings were had before Justice Wyatt, during which Mr. Chanler posi tively denied that he had ever been at Hitchcock's house when little girls were there. His counsel claimed that the publication had been made for the purpose of Injuring politically Lieut. Gov. LewlB Stuyvesant Chanler, a brother of the complainant against Mr. Hearst. This was denied by Mr. Hearst's at torneys, who made the counter claim In court that Mr. Chanler's proceed ings against Mr. Hearst were taken In the hope of hurting the chances of the Independence League ticket In the last county election. The grand Jury, It 1B Baid, All has al ready undertaken an Investigation of the charge against Mr. Hearst, and a score or more of witnesses have been summoned. NEW TRIAL FOR KEMP BIGELOW. Youth Who 8ent Dynamite Bombs May Go to Penitentiary. Denver, Col., Nov. 21.—Another trial for Kemp V. Blgelow, the Ohio youth who sent dynamite bombs to a number of prominent Denver citizens, was or dered by Judge Bliss In the criminal court Wednesday. A motion made by the district at torney, asking to have set aside the verdict finding the accused guilty of simple assault, which carried with It a jail sentence of six months, was granted, and Blgelow will now be tried on three informations, charging as sault to murder and a fourth informa tion charging the operation of a con fidence game. These offenses carry a penitentiary sentence of from one to ten years. WANT FORAKER FOR PRE8IDENT. Committees of Ohio League of Repub lican Clubs Indorse Him. Columbus, O., Nov. 21.—United States Senator Joseph Benson For aker, of Ohio, was Indorsed Wednes day for both reelection to the senate and the Republican nomination for president, at a joint meeting of the ex ecutive and advisory committees of the Ohio League of Republican clubs. The action of the joint committees at once brought out a challenge from A. I. Vorys, manager of the Taft presi dential canvass, for a popular primary to determine the choice of the Ohio Republicans of a candidate for presi dent. Crew of the Fowler Exonerated. Cairo, 111., Nov. 22.—Exoneration from the charge ot trial. reckless naviga tion, which endangered the life of the president of the United States daring the river trip from Cairo to Memphis October 3, was obtained Thursday for the officers and crew of the steamer Dick Fowler, who were found not guilty by United States Inspectors Walts and Hodge o! Memphis after a School Notes. Pupils who were neither absent nor tardy for the month ending Nov. 22. First Grade. 15he I Blabon State Bank Ruth Bauer Ruth Bowen Bertha Donahue Hazel Dowling Ruth Lathrop Roy Loney Claude Lynn Delwean McLean Fannie Meander Kunute Ronde Lulu Stiles Mamie Twight Florence Phipps Herbert Phipps Pupils who were perfect in spelling for the week ending Nov. 22. Second Grade. Lonnie Fronk Viola Olson Douglas Stark Paul Ronde Fourth Grade. Harry Pepper William Hanley Frances Tockwood Hazel Bailey Zelma Moores George Cauron Bryan McDonald Fifth und Sixth Grades Helen Baker Alice Carpenter Grace Harness Floyd Reynolds Elsie Lockwood John Sussex. For Sale—House and barn and lots No. 21, 22, 23 and 24 Block. Inquire at Hope National Bank or address Mrs. Eliza Taylor, Alexander. N. D. BLABON, N. DAK I DIRECTORS: Brown, M. B. Cassell, I S. J. Danskin. By Prof. Thoe. G. Plereon Parents and patrons are" cordially invited to attend the Thanksgiving1 programs on November 27th. First grade at 2:00 p. m. Second 2:45 m. Third 3:10 p. m. Fourth 3:35 p. m. Pupils who were perfect in spelling for the week ending Nov. 15th. Third Grade. Charlotte Johnson Charles Ourfman Donald Warner Isadore Frank Willard McKay Foster Taplin Francis Quenette Fourth Grade. Doris Tillotson George Couron. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Helen Baker Alice Carpenter Grace Harness Earle Jefferson Ina Jefferson Edna Shejdon Clarence Twight Zoe Baker Floyd Johnson Elsie Lockwood Joe MoCollough, We solict your account, assuring you liberal and courteous treatment. We make FARM LOANS at the lowest possible rate. We write FIRE, HAIL and CYCLONE insurance in the best companies. We sell STEAMSHIP TICKETS to and from Europo We sell FOREIGN DRAFTS to all parts of the world. We pay liberal interest on TIME DEPOSITS. All business entrusted to us receives CAREFUL and PROMPT attention. B. A. CUMMING. Cashier. MY SPRING STOCK OF S I N E A N O E HARNESS! IS NOW READY. GRADES $ O O I N S O O O S REPAIR SHOP IN CONNECTION, First-Class Workman Employed. X.A.LYONS, PRICES and a A Agent for the O O $ Hope,IN.D. A Good But Cheap Daily Paper The St. Paul Daily News is con stantly making extremely liberal propositions for new subscribers, and its latest offer to send the paper daily, except Sunday, from now until Jan. 1,1609, to all new subscribers for $1.50, is the best ever. This will carry you all through the next presidential campaign and will give you a live, up-to-date daily newspaper for 10 cents a month. Send in your subscriptions to the publisher of this paper. Notice of Mortgage Sale By Advertisement. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That that certain mortgage executed and delivered by William H. Farris and Elizabeth H. Farris, his wife, as mortgagors, to the Hope State Bank, as mortgagee, dated the 26th day of December, 1905. and filed for record in the office of the register of deeds of the county of Steele and state ot North Dakota on the 27th day of December. 1905, at 2 o'clock P. M„ and record ed in book "8" of Mortgages, at Page 480, and afterwards duly assigned by the said Hope State Bank to Galbrianna Arnold by assign ment dated January 11th, 1906, filed for record in the said register of deeds' office on March 23rd, 1906, and recorded in book "11" of Mort gages, on Page 395, and which mortgage was subsequently assigned by the said Gabrianna Arnold to the Wells and Dickey Company, by a written assignment dated August 20th, 1007, filed for record in said register of deeds' office on October 10th. 1907, and recorded in book "13" of Mortgages, at Page 29, will be fore closed by a sale of the premises in said mort gage and hereinafter described, at the front door of the court house, in the town of Sher brooke, in the county of Steele and state of North Dakota, at the sour of 2 o.clock P, M, on the 7th day of December, 1907, to satisfy the amount due upon said mortgage upon the day of sale. The premises described In said mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the same are those certain premises situated in the said county of Steele and state of North Dakota, and described as the South West Quarter (S. W. H) of Section Twenty Seven (27) In TownshipOne Hundred Forty Four (144) North, of Range Fifty Six (56) West, And whereas default has been made in the payment of an interest coupon due December 20, 1906, the assignee of the mortgage here under has declared and does hereby declare the whole sum of principal and interest to be due and payable. There will be due on said mortgage at the date of sale the sum of one thousand nine hun dred and six and 33-100 dollars ($1006.33) and attorney's fees and the costs and disburse ments of this foreclosure, Dated this 14th day of October, 1907, WELLS & DICKEY COMPANY, Assignee of Mortgagee. GEOBCE M. YOUNG, Attorney for Mortgagee. 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