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I P*A A* rv »».««: vol. xxyi. I W k. Warrtwell. Thom|Mon. WASDWBU ft THOMVSOH. Attend at the ptwtulBce at Pembina a* «econd llw mall matter Tk/fioiun Urain IB «eui oui on ike di ccct order of unbeoiibere, and cuntinnedjim.. •Narad atopped and all arrearagea paid. The ran of nubacrlpUou ic alike to all, tt.uu •u rMi. SubBCribara, payina in adToiue haTe Si cbolMof several premium paper* in addi "HMIIII"or*'m«rkM •jupiea" are eent wcum •tonentar) only, and while we de*lre them to be •Matdarva aainvitation* to mitocrlbe, they will ••I be oonUr ued excttp' upon requwa. The PloKlu txfKKfr if the bail adveriiMing SlittB in the county having a mortgeneair •lation than any other paper. Card I rawe I OB application. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. V. 8. KejireMsntaUvta, Thoa. t, kit giud. UMlVMi UNI IMkUMil, UUauli i-UjMoure.fOUllJlli*. BMCUIUI liuitivv, Ai bwri uuuoil an iiotu w. M«T-KIU!KMALTT *». *'U«I Umiriki,J. X. iriutu Valhalla, 4 U. A. AibOiue, or«iuu. enfauuu uiKiriiit, Joliu Tiuiuuer, Uy» ilfcl. tioUHtle, bk 'illoUltts, JuB. W«1 tetp, Gutaur. .... biuinitt. Juukbwi UM liairGtCouri, beveuut Ju |liUti4 J. klluiMuH, fcui 1/Ulk, Ulei'kol imvuiiUourl, A.. TVLLMI UtlKUit. OUklek AlioIli«, Al. lOUjuilauU. aiwnll. UUf AIMlu'.ou. Auuiui, bMam Otiuu lltUIUUi (1«IA AllKlkllUll. Utfclblbi ui lnui 1. ill... tuuiii) uu^k.t t. U. lCt. M|/ui'.iuiuui(vl suiwiltif.il, Sherata UUIDJIVI, T.LK. UOIMII Jomiiei, i/i. u, 1). ttiieklu«. Pkbuc Aduiiumiruloi, iiobu Halcrow. livklluuulll. coJUUMUoMbite. tirat iMeuiUii). o. Aiyi.vk, eiuUina. 6t vouaiiBUiCl. BiKUiUB»b, uaruar. iluia «reu furrow, C-vaiier tounk Jjuiitici, o. Is. ut-rgbU. Attuv. KllUt A. T. lux, itowesiuuiil. WHEAT 0CKAGE. Prof Waidron of Siate college at Far fo, has beeii testing "dockage" as prac ticed in North Dakota elevators and it wi'l be no news to the farmers or tiiem to learn Mat according to his trials that dockage on the average is entirely too 1 rge. He examined bome filly samples procured Irom elevators all over the State. Two samples had beeu docked at less thati' one pound, and more were docked at one (louud than any other tig ore. Ii ony lour cases ,was the e.evator Figurin* Irom the sampiefi examined, Prol. Wa'dronsays the IOSS to thr far mers in one reason is about 400,000 bu. SS the average Irom the«e tmp.es hall pouud per bushel. 1 here is another part to this question that Prol. Waldion does not refyr'to but :. |s eq"al)y a loss. 1 his "diri" is not^ by gny means a iota! loss 10 the elevators. It is staled to us by whatf-we believe to be good authority, that the wheat dock ed to North Dakota larniers goes to Uu luth aud is reshioped to eastern parties who take it as it com*, from the eievator With no allowance: lor oi.t. The wheat (hat goes to the Miuueapolis mil.s is cleat ed and tlie dirt wl'ich is really noth ing more than weed seeds rich in oil and ^protein, is gronud into Cattle aud horse foods and reshipped to the farmers who fay the freight both ways and buy back at a advanced prices the same dirt that they tflotooiy gave away but^ also thi«w in over a pouud of good yheat wit^ every pound of din to make good measure. How are we going to help ourstilves? ClThr*» Hte lwo «TO. ft,( Marshall. A. i. Qronna. tuikiMt,u.viiaupbi«ii!lilr.MoCttmbet fauveiuui,JC Y. earlti. Li«uk iwtMuui, lutid butleu. gwiMiiry ul siatt, h. furter. 1 WUII TIIWUIII.A Peteiaoa. Mate Auuiwt, n. i. Ubliuee. AUvlUt) iMiNiu, C. il. truilii haiuoau UouiuiiMtityere, Leisem, ObmUaBKin, S. Slague. fita^uiibitliuvlii ui uliiiClUBlrUCUOU I). fetouk«ell. Cuiuiuauuiwi ol lnaunuicti, B. li. Coop er. loiuiDiBtit.-iit ui Agriculture auu Lmmm, W.O. Ulibieatb, Jkuufe du^iiLiui v/uiirl, £1. U» Vottuni 1). L. itursan. Kdwaid r|k- EMERSON BRANCH, The Bank of Ottawa, KHrABLISIiKU 1874 HEAD OFFICE. OTTAWA. CANADA. CAPITAL (authorised) $2,500,000. REST. $2,500,000. Undivided Profits 73,332.26. Total Assets over $23,000,000. EMERSON BRANCH OFFICIAL CITY PAPER. •a.oo A general hanking busi .ess l'ransa-tel. Interest allowed on deposit* in Savings Department' Drafts on all points bought and sold. dockage less than the real uoqkage. In just supply and demand '1 lie demand «ll cases where the elevator dockage was oo low the sampie was very diiiy. fhowed a loss of .62 or considerably over teachers that is to raise the standard of wi*ys, which working to- ^'"•'fetht*will 4?jmuch tocorr ct tf is- evil.' (Pne is ''national inspection" as propos ed by the biy n6w belore the Congress introduced by Senator JUcCumber, Mother *1uop«H4n|riceb^ By the, li TB7SS 7 A. II. LOGAN, Manager. latter we mean the pow ofsrilingd rect to asitrn mi It is, via Du uili. without pa ing toil ur being under the m.iniiul. tunis of the Minnesota elevator contpan .'if. ."'-X* les. The laiter remedy will come with com peting lines ol rail roads oi which th r? wi 1 best verai in the neni* tut tire. The prt-st nt toads have always worked in the interests ol ht P.iul and AiinnrMpolis, ex cept th tin the la:t fiw ytars necessity his compelled them tu up the more dirt-i:t rou ie to Uuluth in order to head oft otner roads i-ut this will always be so, there will be loo much traffic, and the ir-ffit. will bring the roads, more roads wi I bring keener competition, and the first resuu of competition is more ac comodation. We woul not be surprised if in the futuie in a raiiroad elevator be a com panion building-.to ew-ry station house in the st t«-, whtre ti.e .nntr can ship his wheat at a nominal cost to anybody and 'wi ere he choosts, ju^t as rii|wivs now iri.i yams and other accomodations lor shipments ul stock aud other Irewht. Why snouluii't tlie\? W. POOR P4Y0F TEACHERS Hf N. D. We h.tve received Iroin btate Supt, Stock well a pamphlet report of the Com mittee on salaries appointed by the state education I Association. We wi.-.h it could be read with careful thou,, htlu ness oy every teacher, sciiool director and tax payer iu the state. Our public schools area matter ot great pride to all our citiziiis as well as is the geiitral erudition ol our popu aii»n. But it will rocai'ly be a surpiise tom st ol these, iven the teachers, to learu th it the teacliers ot his stale are among the pooi est paid ol any ol the clar-s in the wor.o, auu not oin in the world out al so as compared with other sectious ot the Um.td biates. Not only this but ma teacliers recv ive less wages than the average rm or day laborers and the women hai hers less than the "hired fcins." Tiie report estimates from sta tistics that the a vei age mate teacher ol this state including the high school and college teacutrs, has about I3UU while the woman teacher nets along somehow on &0U a year. '1 he detailed comparis ons a» made in the pamphlet are some what staitlii.g tut are loo many to at. tcnipt iii a new sp.,per article. l*he result to the schools the pamphlet argues with much reason, is to the cer tain uttiimeiit ol the schools. Poor pay almost necessarily means poor teachers and poor teachers resu.t in poor woik in the scuools. It would be true in any other occupation. The causes are variously stated, but the basic cause is the same as in any similar case in other sorts of business, is alni"St regular and necessary in quan tity year.y, and il there were less teach ers there wouid certainly be a greater demand. The committee propose by one act to make less teachers by making better certificates. Fust by abolishing permits siecoud by abolishing third^rade ctrtifi cates, and finally make normal school training or list quivalent a necessity. To the objection that with such re quirements that .some schools would go without teachers they reply, better so than as it is. .' »./' 1.,..-, iV-i Court. The jury in the case of.Ole J. Sorum of St. Thomas charged with -sel ing mat that would intoxicate finaliy agreed that the state hadn't "strong" -^enough case and brought in a verdict of not guilty. The case of Spring vs Thacker for li bel4 growing out of newspaper com ments on the sudden disappearance of the plaintifl.for spme time, several years ago, was dbfeissed, the plaintiff not be ing ready for trial his attorneys not beinr present. w". The casis of the triWvs"N(choIson on Wiaiye pf bastardy was settled by the in temtied par ties out of court. Friday aftrdjoon the prisoners were plfbrqiightttp for sentence. yfVS% s3f terrogated l»y the ^ouit he id he was fl'i orphan and had no home had work* el in the woots and mines and came to thil st ite to work at thr* shiug. He «l no xcuse lo give except that he ma If IIO MOP' it the business of sell irtg iqu r. He gave his age as 35 ••enr. He was sentenced to 90 days in til and $200 fine, or 100 days additional il the fine was not paid. Louis aud Alphonse Goudrie Wal hnlla who had plead gui ty ol grind lar ceny, by stealing pigs woilh $40, came next. On« gave his age at 22 the other a-. 21 The youn^tr brother Modeste who was arrested at the same time had previ. usly been diitchargejl by tl^coiirt.. The bovs borer th»r a bad putation, but in consideration of their youth the court gave them ighter sentences than he might have done under the law. Each was menced to the penitenti ry at Bis* marck lor two years. John Fadden ot Bathgate who had plead guilty of blind pigging stated that he had whiskey in the house but had not tde a business ol selling. In his case Atl'y. Burke made a plea lor leniency of the court on the ground of the needs of his family who would have to get county assistance il he was put in jail Mr. Burke also handed a petition signed by tue county commissioners asking the Judge to suspend sentence. The Judge after delivering a severe lectuie to Fad den and warning him that not oniy must he not sell liquor but that he must let it alone ptronaiy, or he would have him called into court and give as severe sen tence ~s the law allows, then let him go on his personal recogniz ince. John Young ol .th^ate was in the same box his'predecessor. He how ever did not seem lo have as many friends to plead lor him. In this instance States "Au'y Bryuj JII'SOII made a plea lor theprisoner stating wmle he w.is guilty and deserved' punishment and td not been a good ci izeii in oitur directions, still as Faddeu's sentence had eu pended that it might be lietter to I tit Young go on the me terms. Jud^e Kueeshaw then gave Youug a talk th it nearly brought the tears to the prisoner's eyes, and warueii him that he mult not only let the liq lor business aone ut must conduct Innise I as a good citizen in other respects, andsliou.d go to wtk and suppoi hia fami nke a man, other wise lie wuu be cal ed into court ior a Severe seutence. He was also made to give his bond lor appearance at court at any time wnen cabed. Phili Nolan wno plead guilty to bur glary in the third degree and who robbed the St. Thomas Mercantile Co's st re last tall was the tr PKVIIIIVA, N. D., FRIDAY, JAJST. 18. 1»05. Newcouehsarebad enough 15 old coughs are worse. They make you think of bron chitis or consumption. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral cures con sumption. Not all cases, but very many. *o.^,So^i mw. Gorge Cox who had plea' guilty of Pembina Co. vs First Nat. Bank, bootlegging whs the first cailed up. In- Nesbit adm. vs Wells. State vs Briden. State vs O'B.ien. Heyrock vs Walper. Moliue Co. vs Bostwick. Baptie vs W'itmer et al. St ite vs Mitchell. Thordar-on vs Thorinson. ack vs Sh mnon. Siilw vs Kneeshaw. Stnirl vs Avon twp. Leslie Co. vs iilson Martell vs Pembina twp. SETTLED. j&phelervs Keena. State vs Nicholson. Cranlay vs O n. Duii'op vs Vicenus. DISMISSED OR OFF tENDARi Ifichpls, Miepard Co. vs Chambers, spring vs Thacker. Sluu vs Simons. tiutellot ring vs W right et at. vs Follins. Horgan vs Clifford. to ti.V last to appear on the carpet bt fore the judge. Att'y Burke made a plea lor leniency in this case, basing the plea mostly ou the grounds thai Noln haa plead guilty and that the others concerned with huu iu the robbery A. Robinson, nuisance, continued. had escaped or been let go. Nolan said that he was 31 years old an had no home. He said that drinking was the cause of his dowulall. His sentence was 3 yeais in the penitentiary Tlie out of town jurors were excused iu time for train to be recalled on Tues day or some later date of which they would rtceive not ce. Court adjourned to Monday wnen minor case was to be heard. Robertson vs Moses & Wylie was busier red to Grand Forks and tried there ast week. The Herald reports as follows: In district court yesterday the case of James RoOeilsou vs J. M. Wylie and William Mosts was tried belore Judge Fi.k. The case comes Irom Drat ton. Suit was brought by Robertson to recov er$1,800, which he claims is due to him by reason ot the defendants selling him stock in the Citizens' Bank of Draytoii fjr more than it was worth. Kobeitsoii bjugiit $8,000 worth of the $15,000 stock of the bank and aftef several months he claimed that the bills receivable should have been, figured down to their actual value when he purc iased an iuterest in the bank. An attempt to aroiurate the suit failed, the. men selected (ailing to agree on a third person* ludge. IVOK pieton appears for the plaintiff aiid judge Corliss represents the defendants. ludgemen wasrendered forjhspl^in. tiff in full, 1| Chm Cttoadtf^j Disposition oi i-ases^n civil cateMUr. fllS- si' Jadcson vs Mah^w. ^position ol cases on criminal eaten- der, A. B. Buie, nuisance (proliibition law) Olfcnaiidar. F. El Russell, embt zzlemt nt, continued, a. I), licstwiik, li.ro iiy, 1) calendar. 1'. O'Brien, liuisniice, dismissed. W. Urideii, uuisaiice, disu.issed. R. J.O'Llowdj A. G. Gmiuboise and J. H. Lewis nuisance c»ses from Walsh Co., no action Liken. D. loe, abusive angu tge, dismissed. .U ,lliii(.i.KMii, (litm Wa^.hCo dis* nussed on n.otiou States Attorney Myers. L.. K. Daigle, peddling without license (aipeai) justice Coi.flrireO. No ap pearance ol delt. Caiitou Village vs Ford (appeal) lustice confirmed. No appearance ot defend ant A. McDougald, nuisance, dismissed. J. S. Cochrane, rape, dismissed. iptie, rape, dismissed. A ex. Hart, rape, dismissed. Wm. Verbonouer, nuisance, continued. D. VV. Leacii, emiH zzleinent, dismissed. In the v"fee of O J. Sorum the jury jury out at the time ol goiiig to, press last week, the jury retufruda verdict of uot guilty. Court atijt .urned on Monday afternoon^ the ex ra talesmen were discharged and the rtgul-ir panel were excused until fur her notice, but will be calltd to the rest of the term which will begin on Monday next as now arranged, lor the trial ol Harizell and iscom for murder in Cavalier county. Judge Fisk ol Grand Forks will preside. 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