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EVENTS OF THE PA8T WEEK IN A
People Talked About.
Mrs. L. Q. C. Lamar, wife o( the
former justice of the supreme court of
the United. States, died at her home
In Macon, Oa.
Mrs. Harriet Alice Richards, state
regent for Wyoming of the Daughters
of the American Revolution and wife
of the commissioner of the general
land office, died in Washington of
According to the report received by
the congregation of the propaganda it
appears that the Rev. W. O'Connell Is
the most favored among the candidates
for the office of coadjutor of Archbish
op Williams of Boston.
Keokuk, the oldest Indian in the
Sac and Fox tribe, died at his home
at the Sac and Pox agency, twelve
miles north of Prague, Okla. He was
eighty-five years of age and an un
usually intelligent Indian and very
religious, being a member of the
B. Kuppenheimer, president of the
firm of B. Kuppenheimer & Co., died
of Bright's disease at his residence in
Chicago. Mr. Kuppenheimer, who was
seventy-five years old, was one of the
beat known clothing merchants in the
middle West, having been connected
with the business in Chicago for
nearly half a century.
Fire In the wholesale district at
Paducah, Ky., caused a loss of J260,
Rev, B. P. Homey was struck by a
street ear and fatally injured at Co
Fifteen passengers on a Cleveland,
Ohio, street care were hurt in a colli*
•ion with a locomotive.
Thomas McCauley, sixteen years old,
had his neck broken in a football game
at Brooklyn, and will die.
Three men were reported killed and
five injured In an accident at the Cana
dian Niagara Power company's plant
at Niagara Falls, Ont.
The schooner Wempe Brothers of
San Francisco went on the rocks off
Vancouver island in a dense fog and is
reported to be a complete loss.
Two survivors of the crew of four
teen men on the fishing schooner F.
Williams, which was wrecked recently,
were rescued by the schooner J. K.
Kirkman. The others probably per
The second and last missing boat of
the wrecked French bark Constable de
Richmont, containing the boatswain
and seven of the crew in a starving
condition. Has been picked up near
The Bishop Ridley college,. located
at St. Catherine's, Ont., was totally
destroyed by fire. The students all
escaped, but a number of them lost
their personal effects. Loss, $42,000
Fire that originated in the Washing
ton house at Hampton Beach, N. H..
destroyed the hotel, a summer board
ing house, combination studio and cafe
and two small stores. The buildings
were all of wood, built inexpensively
for summer occupancy only, and the
total loss will not much-exceed |15,
Fire at Pontiac, Mich., destroyed the
plant of C. J. Beaudette ft Co., manu
facturers of buggy bodies, entailing a
loss of $75,000. The total insurance
on the building and the lumber piled
In the yards is $82,000. The lumber
saved and it Is said that the
property destroyed was insured for
Notes From Abroad.
An actor named William Schwab, a
cousin of Charles M. Schwab, has
been found in a starving condition at
Latest reports show that Toscano,
arrested for trying to kill President
was drunk and
in the air as a salute to the president.
captured the town of Santiago. The
spreading and is reported
to be inspired by former President
A. E. Curtis, an emissary of the St
has succeeded in in-
lucing the holy see to participate in
the exposition, and only the details re
main to be arranged.
elected to the
of Oxford university In
to the late Marquis Salis
In the trial of Countess Isabella
Kwillecki at Berlin for presenting a
child not hers as her legitimate heir,
the midwife who furnished the child
confessed to perjury on a former hear
council at Paris, which has been con
sidering the trolley question, has de
cided that no overhead trolleys can be
in the streets of the city
in a cell at Puerto
frlncipe, Cuba, witli a negro said to
be mad, was found dead. Complaint
was made to Minister Squiers, and an
investigation is being made.
A special dispatch to a news agency
in London from Copenhagen says that
Prof. Finsen of Denmark has been se
lected to receive the Noble prize in
the medical section. Henrik Ibsen,
the dramatist, and Bjornstjerne Bjorn
«en, the Norwegian novelist and dra
matic poet, will divide the literary
The fifth general synod of the Evan
gelical church, in session in Berlin,
has passed a resolution to close sa
loons during church hours and to im
pose restrictions upon Sunday amuse
King Edward has approved the ap
pointment of Sir Henry Mortimer
Durand, the British ambassador at
Madrid, as British ambassador to the
United States to succeed the late Sir
In an editorial article the London
Morning Pest urges the government to
increase t'.ie salary of the British am
bassador at Washington and put it
upon the same scale as those paid at
other first-class embassies.
Lord Strathcona, Canadian high
commissioner, has accepted the nom
ination to the chancellorship ot Aber
deen university. The nomination was
offered to Andrew Carnegie, who de
clined it in favor of Lord Strathcona.
Official information has be^n re
ceived in London to the effect that the
ameer of Afghanistan intends to go to
Jndia to visit Lord Curzon of Kedles
ton, the viceroy, as soon as the con
ditions in Afghanistan permit the
ameer to leave the country.
Crimes and Criminals.
Louise Drant, twelve years old, of
Indianapolis, has confessed to an at
tempt to poison her foster mother,
Mrs. Kate Drant.
George Jaggers has been arrested
for murdering Mrs. Victor C. Bevans
at Port Jarvis, N. Y.,. Lynching is
feared and the jail is guarded.
VOL.9. NO. 18 WILLISTON, WILLIAMS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER, 5 1903.
Charles Kratz, a member of the St.
Louis city courcil, indicted on a charge
of bribery, who jumped a $20,000 bond,
was arrested at Guadalajara, Mexico.
Four sticks of dynamite, with fuses
attached, all ready for liglitin, were
found adder the Tacoma-Seattle inter
urbnn rnn^ay station at Seattle. The
Ignatius L: Quale}* of New York,
Edwards, Wood & Co.
Chamber of Commerce, MINNEAPOLIS.
Board of Trade, OULUTH.
America for Americans. A Government of the People, for the People, and by the People. Every Citizen has a Duty to perform—Discharge it Patriotically.
think the station was to have
been blown up.
Deputy Marshals E. H. Davns and
Alvah Baker of Denver, from whom
Albert E: Bell, the thief and forger, es
caped, have been ordered to remain in
Philadelphia until the investigation of
the matter is concluded.
arrives No. 2, Flyer 2:55 n. m.
No. 4, Local Passenger 5:25 p.m.
No. 402, Local Freight ifcl'asa.8:00 a. m.
\rrivus No. 1, Flyer 4:45a.m.
N«. 3, Local Passonjtar 2:00 p.m.
No. 401, LocalFreutlit & Pass.0:10 p. m.
W. T. BENTON. Agt.
GREAT UNDERWEAR VALUES.
We only handle goods of quality and merit, and whatever you buy
of us you can rely upon its being the best that can be bought for the
money. Our entire stock of Men, Women and Childrens' Winter
*3te'- Xi.V'1'^ -2". *v,*'"s '',, ,'
We have brought to Williston the most complete line of heaters shown anywhere. This year we have added a
|H few new things, among them is the Retort Oak, the only self feeding lignite stove 011 the market and acknowledged by
all to be the neatest and most economical stove made. Call at. our Hardware Department and have it shown you., Our
fH stoves are all adapted to the use of lignite coal. We also wish to call your attention to our Cook Stoves and Ranges.
Be sure to call and see Us before purchasing anything in this line.
STOVES. STOVES. STOVES.
Mining company has been sentenced
to a year in the penitentiary. He
pleaded guilty to swindling through the
sale of worthless stock.
Arthur Carpenter and Frederick
Avery, New York Central railroad
trainmen, are under arrest at Albany,
N. Y., charged with assaulting and at
tempting to rob Express Messenger
Miller in his car while the train was
Lieut. James W. Walsh, constant*
lary supply officer stationed at Mai
bate, in the province of Vascayas, mil
itary department of Luzon, convicted
recently of embezzling $14,000 of gov
ernment funds, has been sentenced to
ten gears' imprisonment.
The car famine hit Bowbells.
McHenry 1%, to have an orchestra.
Linton has had its first masquerade
The people of Drake want a town
Hobos have been sv/iping gloves at
Banker Beiscclcer of Fessenden has
Sanborn boasts of a fourteen-pound
Iowa potato buyers are working this
is here and is undoubtedly, the largest and most complete
line ever shown in Williston and our prices are unequaled, quality
Call and Look them Over.
Comparison is aH we ask.
HEDDERICH BROS. & CO
T. P. Kulaas Co.
Lumber, Lath arid all Kinds of
First clasp stock and prices reasonable. We invite von to
yard, look at our stock
get our prices.
Estimates on Specifications given on Application.
The Wahpeton tow mill will soon be
Geese hunters claim the weather has
been too fine.
Two of the three drug stores at Min
Michigan City lays claim to fame as
ft health resort.
Another effort is being made to get
a flax fiber mill.
Cando boasts of the excellence of its
Some men in a tent near Willow
City were robbed.
The Sharon flour mill Is receiving
big eastern oredrs.
An automatic telephone system may
be put in at Barlow.
The citizens of Brinsmade want to
Incorporate the town.
The Great Northern*will increase its
sidetracks at Bottineau.
The Reynolds flax fiber mill is said
to' be a decided success.
The Missouri slopers are discover
ing they are in the potato belt.
McLean county expects to poll 4,000
votes at the next state election.
A number of counterfeit bank notes
have been passed at Jamestown.
A pair of Berwick men started a
little Sunday fracas on the streets.
Price, $1.50 per Year in advance
Williston Water Line."
T. S. t'llgLLirs, Proprietor.
Leave orders with any of tli#
Pure Missouri Water
-GET YOUR- 1
M. I laM's
All kinds of Photogrnpta work will re
ceive prompt attention.
WILLISTON, NOKT1I DAKOTA.
L. W. OAilMONS. M. J. UA.B1
Gammons & Barrett,
Office: 2nd Floor G. N. Bank Ruil'diii#.
Mi not, N. Dak.
Williston CampNo.5390,M. W. A.
Meets first and third Monday nights"
of *iicl month in I. O. O.
Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0. F,
Meets every Wednesday night.
Phillips, N. G.
Sang, V. G„
Trustees—Wm. S.nvoeb, Paul
BICCK, G. B.
Mrs. C. P. HARRIS, Prop.
Geo. L. Supress, Mgr.
N. B. Goods called .'for a tick
Visiting neighbors cordially invited *-'i
'J. F. Woodlby, V. C.
It. II. CnpKiMNU, See.
Williston, North iLtkota. ""A
High Grade Work.
Williston, ... N. IV
Telephone No. 19.
For Sale or Trade.
A farm of 320 »c.r»-8, maiulv timber,
with nhout 40 aer^s cleared, located in^
Polaskrt OMmtv, I Uinoin. Will trade for
proved-nn lrttid in VVillinms Coonty, or
Twelve miles fr«»ui tt-nntT
seat, and 1J miies fr railroad station.
For inforiTirfiiott is quire of R. H. Cups*,
land, Williston, N. 0.
R. H. COPELAND,
A 11 or at a \rg
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS
Alter..1p'! tn with enre and- prompu«M
Telephone No. 7o.-—