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DIE NEWS RESUME
EVENT3 OF THE PAST WEEK IN A
Commissioner Ware of the pension
bureau will resign before long.
Ratification of the Isle of Pines
treaty with Cuba is delayed by the sen
A special committee may be sent to
Cuba to investigate charges against
The people of Indian Territory ask
that theysbe represented by a delegate
Gen. Bates, division commander in
the Philippines, recommends the re
placement of cavalry by infantry on
Sig. Luzzatti, the minister of the
treasury, has increased to $130,000 the
appropriation for Italy's exhibition at
the St. Louis exposition.
The pure food commissions and
manufacturers, in convention here,
have agreed to support the pure food
bill introduced by Senator McCumber
of North Dakota.
H. C. Frick Of Pittsburg has present
ed to the United States government
the painting by the French artist,
Charltan, representing the signing of
the protocol with Spain.
Justice John C. Pollock of the su
preme court of Kansas has been se
lected as the successor to United
States District Judge Hook, who re
cently was appointed United States
circuit judge for Kansas.
People Talked About.
Hart P. Danks, composer and sing
er, aged seventy-nine, was found dead
in his boarding house in Philadelphia.
Mrs. Phoebe Gifford, the oldest min
ister in the Society of Friends in the
world, is dead at Providence, R. 1.,
aged 100 years and five months.
Linn Hartranft, appraiser of the port
of Philadelphia, and a son of Maj. Gen.
John F. Hartranft, former governor of
Pennsylvania, died at Philadelphia of
Mrs. Susan G. Hayton, a woman of
distinguished Revolutionary ancestry,
Is dead at Lincoln, Neb. Three of her
uncles, one a general and two colonels,
served in the War of the Revolution.
The Rev. James Minto Pullman, D.
D., brother of the late George M. Pull
man, millionaire car builder, died of
apoplexy after preaching a powerful
sermon in the First Universalis!
church ai Lynn, Mass.
From Other Shores.
Russia has reoccupied two strategic
points in China.
The capital of San Domingo surren
dered to the insurgents.
Countess Kwilecki was acquitted of,
the charge of imposing a false heir.
Colombia will raise an army of 100,
000 men if Gen. Reyes' mission fails.
Emperor William may spend a por
tion of the winter in a Southern cli
The Moros on the Jolo islands are
still responsible for a great deal of
Emperor William intends to lead
the annual court hunt in the Letzlin
gen forest Dec. 3.
Pope Pius recently received in pri
vate audience Sir Louis Jette, lieuten
ant governor of Quebec, and family.
A massacre of Christians throughout
Turkey is feared as a result of the
powers in pressing demands for re
Thirty Turkish soldiers and one offi
cer were killed and forty-seven wound
ed in the fighting near Spatovo, in
The duchess of Palma was severely
injured and several persons killed in
an accident on the railway between
Cascaes and Lisbon.
Emperor Francis Joseph will make
a cruise in the Mediterranean next
spring for the benefit of his health
and will visit Rome.
Emperor William received in audi
ence Baron von Sternberg, the Ger
man ambassador to the United States,
England and Ireland.
The pope mediates taking from the
propaganda the church of the United
States and Australia, and perhaps in
and Lord Lonsdale.
Lieut. Jobst and Sergeant Gray have
been killed in a battle in Southwest
Africa with the Bondelzwarts tribes
men, whose chief was also killed.
The sultan of Turkey, frequently re
ported to De ill from one cause or an
other, is now alleged to be suffering
from a cancer in the intestines He is
said to have refused to undergo an
An unknown man fired three times
with a revolver in Madrid at Senor
Briesta, one of King Alfonso's tutors,
who was slightly wounded The at
tempt" is believed to have been the out
come of a private quarrel.
The German consul general at Cape
Town has cabled that the main camp
of the rebellions Bondelzwarts, who
massacred the garrison of Wannbad
A handsome collection of new and up-todate
Winter Box Coats in Zebeline and Beaver
cloths, lining guaranteed satin, in colors of
Grey, Brown, Blue and Tan. Would make a
dice Xmas present.
Girl's Winter Cloaks.
A special line of new, long winter coats, made
of fine Zebeline and Metton cloths, in a variety
of new shapes and all sizes. The very thing
lor school wear.
Positively the best walking and dress skirts
ever made to sell for the money. Perfect in
every detail and made in the latest styles. In
i-ecfently, is surrounded by the forces
of the punitive expedition in the Karas
Gabrielle Chabriais, known on the
Paris music hall stage as Paquerette,
was stabbed sixteen times in a cab by
Charles Bertreaux,- but her condition
is not considered serious.
George Willets, a Reading railroad
conductor, bit off his tongue and bled
death when an engine struck
car In which he was sitting, near Nor
Croatian peasants of Nagylak, near
"iagy Enyed, in Transvaalina, attacked
tlielr Hungarian neighbors vecently,.
cJne farmer was beaten to death ana
most of the Hungarians were Injured,
taany of them seriously.
A civil marriage took place at Flor
ence between Miss Cornelia Scovell,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt
Bcovell, and Count Artuori Fabricco,
United States Consul Cramer and
Count **asto«i were the witnesses.
King Edward for *:he second time
In his bief reign has beex robbed by
a clerk in the office of the paymaster
cf the household, checks amounting
to $2,500 having been illegally drawn
«nd cashed by FravJ* Laufaam
The architectural Iron works of
Archey & Brown in Long Island were
consumed. Loss, $100,000.
Thirteen miners were killed and
great damage was done by an explo
sion of gas a coal mine at Bonanza,
The plant of the Baltimore Stamping
and Enameling co^pan", located a few
miles from Balt'wore, Md., was dam
aged $50,000 by fire.
Three men were hurt, one probably
fatally, by a boiler explosion at the
plant of the Union Syrup Refining,
company at St. Louis.
Mrs. H. C. Smith, wife of ex-Con
gressman H. C. Smith of the Second
district of Michigan, died at Adrian,
Mich., of stricture of the aesophagus.
John Danielson was drowned and
six other men and *ye young women
were immersed in the icy waters of
Sunday lake, Wakefield, Mich. The
ice gave way while they were skating.
Peter Naughton was accidentally
shot and killed in his saloon at Cam
den, N. J., as a result of a quarrel be
tween two of his customers, who were
Paul Franzel, half-back on the man-
\rrivee No. 2, Flyer ." 2:55
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VOL. 9. NO. 22 WILLISl'ON, WILLIAMS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 3, 1903. Price, $1.50 per Year in advance
No. 4, Local Passenger 5:23 p.m.
No. 402, LOCHI Freight & Pass.8:0U u. m.
wrivts No. 1. Flyor 4:13 a.m.
3, Local Passenger 2:(K)p. m.
No. 401, LocalFreifflitSi Pass.5:10 p. m.
w. T. BKNTON. Agl.
EMs, Wood & Co.
Chamber of Commerce, MINNEAPOLIS.
Board of Trade, DULUTH.
The Store where new goods oT the most reliable sort arrive almost daily. The store that is pre-emiiiently at
the head in all value giving. If you have never given this store a trial, do so now and be convinced that wc
offer patrons advantages that are very seldom obtained elsewhere.
GREATEST SHOWING- OF LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S GARMENTS IN WILLISTON.
A few wool Eiderdown Saeques left, in all
colors. A nice thing for morning wear.
A few dozen new tailor made Moreens, Mer
cerized, Sateens and Ami silk, deep plaiting
and ruffles. Something good for little mone}'.
Furs and Muffs.
a by the forces Five employe's of the Aetna Powder uai training nigh school football team
Five employe's of the Aetna Powder
company, located near Crown Point,
Ind., were blown to atoms by the ex
plosion of a quantity of nitro-glycerine
In the tankhouse.
on in the Karas company, located near Crown Point, at Indianapolis, died from injuries re-
and made in the latest styles. In A nice line of long and short Furs and Muffs Have one ordered at once, it will please the
to match. The very thing for Xmas presents. whole family.
A nice line of lonir and short Furs and Muffs
to match. The very thing tor Xmas presents.
RUBGGBR MERCANTILE OCX
utu training nigh school football team
at Indianapolis, died from injuries re-
Ind., were blown to atoms by the ex- several weeks ago in scrim- the house. r. a. rir/uirs,
known on the plosion of a quantity of nitro-glycerine
ceived several weeks ago in scrim-
mage practice the school squad.
Franzel was kicked just below the
Passenger train No. 3 on the Great
Northern was wrecked at Lanark,
Mont. Engineer Hoey and his fire
man, Artie Taylor, were instantly
killed. Seven coaches were ditbhed.
The wreck was caused by stock being
on the track.
During a friendly scuffle between
Herman Ranta and feter Rassineu, in
the second story of a boarding house
at Negaunee, Mich., both fell down
stairs and were picked up unconscious,
/tanta died and Rasineu's death Is mo
The magnificent quarters of the
Union club on Euclid avenue, Cleve
land, a millionaires' social organiza
tion and one of the richest of its kind
in this country, were badly damaged
by fire. The flames were shooting
through the roof wheu the fire was dis
Much excitement prevailed, but for
tunately no loss of life nor injury for
any of the audience resulted from a
fire which broke out in the Avenue
theater, a continuous vaudeville hniuo
Williston, N. D.
See our Holiday Presents Scheme.
AN ABSOLUTE FREE GIFT.
Inquire how to procure them at our store.
HEDDERICH BROS. & CO
T. P. Kulaas Co.
Lumber, Lath and all Kinds of
First class slock find prices reasonable. We invite vou to call ut our
ysrd, look ut our stock
gut our prices.
Estimates on Specifications given on Application.
Pittsburg, during a performance.
Pittsburg, during performance
The audience lost no time in leaving
Prac"ce of the school squad. _____ .,«
Crimes and Criminals.
A youthful robber in Chicago has
confessed to the mysterious car barn
murders of Aug. 30 last.
A rice war that terminated In one
white man being stabbed nearly to
death and three negro'es narrowly es
caped being mobbed, occurred in the
center of the city of Cincinnati re
A duel with pistols was fought near
Roxton, Tex., between Mrs. James
Rush and William Oglesby, a farmer.
Both were fatally wounded. Mrs
Recently sued Oglesby for slander and
tlie shooting affray was the result of
A tourist in Ireland who stayed over
night at a wayside inn not frequented
by visitors informed the landlord in
the morning that his boots which had
been placed outside his room door for
cleaning had not been touched. "Ah,
sure," said the landlord, "and you
moigh't put your watch and chain out
side your room door in this house and
they wouldn't be touched."—Ram's
They are in all colors and sizes and just the
thing for school wear.
In all the latest styles, with long chains and
best of leather. Just the thing for Christnu
Rugs and Art Squares.
We have a large line of Grass Matting Rugs
and Art Squares in all sizes. There is nothing
that shows off a room better than a nice rui
Have one ordered at once, it will please the
jjence fogt no time in leaving "IIIIOIUII VVCllvl kill
Williston Water Line.
Willictftn \Atskf/iP I
Leave orders with
Pure Missouri Waterv
All kinds or Photograph work will
ceive prompt attention."
j% L. W. GAMMONS. M.
$ Gammons A Barrett*
Office: 2nd Floor G. N. B«uk,
$ Ml not, I Ml
W illiston CampN
Meets first and third Monday nlffbte'
of end) month in I. 0. O. P. half..
Visiting neighbors cordially invited
to attend. J. F. WOODLay, V.
E. B. BROWNSON, Clerk.
?ort Buford Lodge No. 18,1. 0. 0.
Meeta every Wednesday night.
BECK, 6. B. METZOKR.
Williston. North Dakota.
T. s, PHILLIPS, ft. G.
PAvi» R. SANO, V. G.
R. H. OOPKI.AND, SEC,'
I. C. STBWABT, Treas.
TrustEPFT—WM. SNYDKB, PAUL
does strictly. i'
High Grade Work..M
to Travelers 1
Mrs. C. F. HARRIS, Prop.
Geo. L. Supreas, Mgr.
N. B. Goods called forr ancty
Telephone No. 19. "c"
For Sale or Trade!.
A farm of 320 Mcrra. mainly tipihitr,.
with Hhout 40 acres cleared, located
Polaskn Oimtv, Illinois. Will trade
Droveii up IHIXI in Willimiis Coonty,, op,
aell for casli. TWIve milfS from eoniif^,
pe«t, nii'l miiea from railroad Station.
For information inquire of R. H. Cope**
Imvi, Willifiton, N. I).
R. H. COPELAND,
A ttorney-at -Law*gg]
LAND OFFICE BUSINESS^
Attendfft to with carp and pr
Telephone No. 73.-
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