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VOL. XXVII.
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The Bank of Ottawa
Judge of the District Court, Seventh Ju
dicial District,
W. J. Knees haw, P|m
bina.
Clerk of District Court, Geo. Peterson.
COUNTY
Head Office, Ottawa. Ontario
CAPITAL (paid up) $3,000,000.
Rest and Undivided Profits $3,144,000.
A General Banking Business
Your business is invited
Branch office, Emerson, Manitoba: A. H. Logan, Manager
OFFICIAL PAPER OF CITY
AND COUNTY.
CTBSKbAa. B2.00 FK3*
IT A. Wardwell. G. Q. Thompson.
WA&DWEXili ft THOMPSON.
Sntered at the postofflce at Pembina as second
Class mall matter.
The PIONICB EXPBISB
IS
sent omy on the di­
rect order of subscriber^ and continued antiJ
ordered stopped and all arrearages paid.
The rate of subscription is alike to all, 12.00
per year. Subscribers pa)lug in advance have
the choice of several preminm papers in addi
tion.
"Sample" or"marked copies" are sent as com
plimentary only, and while we desire them to be
considered as invitations to subscribe, they will
not be continued except upon request.
The
PIONBBK EXPKKSS
is the best advertising
medium in the county, having a more general
circulation than any other paper. Card rates
Kenton application.
OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
0. S. Representatives, Thos. F, Marshall.
A. J. uronna.
Senators, 11.(J. Hantbrough,P. McOumber
Governor, E. Y. S&rles.
Lient.J3overaor, David Bartlett.
Secretary of State, E. F. Porter.
State Treasurer, A. Peterson.
State Auditor, H. L. Holmes.
Attorney General, C. N. Frich,
Railroad Commissioners, C. S. Deisem,
ChriBtianson, E, Stague.
superintendent ot vubllclnstructlon, W.
E. Stock
well.
Commissioner of Insurance, E. C. Coop
er.
Commiseioner ot Agrionlture and Labor,
W.C. Giibreath,
Judges Supreme Court, N. C. Young, D.
E. Morgan. Edward Etigrud.
8KKATOUB.
First District, Jud«on LaMoure,
Pembina.
Second District, Albert Uarnett St.Thom
as.
*«PR*BRNTATIVBa.
First District,J. 1'. Briden, Walhalla,
1. Chevalier, Bathgate. G. A. McCrae,
Drayton.
Second District, John Trumner, Cava
lier, C. Ganstsle, St. Thomas, on. Wal
ters, Gardar.
ovncuw.
States Attorney, M. Brynjolfson.
Sheriff. Chae. Atkinton.
Auditor, Swain Thorwaldson
Treasurer, Frank H. Andezson.
Register of Deeds, J. F.
Gin.
Connty Judge, K. G. Vic*.
Superintendent of Sohoois, F. M, Sherats
Surveyor, F. E. Hebert
3oroner, Dr. u, F. Ersklne.
Public Administrator^ John Halcrow.
Bowesmont.
CODNTY OOMVlSSIOMkRS.
First District, F. C. MynokyPemblna.
Second District, S. Sigurdsdn, Uardar.
Third District, Fred J. Farrow, Cavalier
Fourth District, J, N. Uorgan. Neche.
Fifth Diet., A. T. Cox, Bowesmont.
WILL SUPPORT THE BILL
We notice that several papers make
the statement and comment edttorially
to the effect that Senator McCumber
will oppose the railroad rate bill. The
following extract from the Congressional
Record does not seem as though these
editors were working on the facts of the
case.
"Mr. Beveridge. Is it the Senator's
position, then, that not only the present
proposed law should not be enacted, but
that the existing law on the same subject
should be repealed?
Mr. McCumber. In my opinion, the
present proposed law should be enacted
with a modification. So that I may not
be misunderstood, I will state that I ex
pect to support the law which thei wis
dom or unwisdom of the Senate shall
deem to be folr the best interest of the
American people, but I think however,
it should be modified."
In Mr. McCumber's speech his propos
ed amendments seem to be founded on
the following basis which we take from
the Globe.
"The railroad^ giye to the West rates
that-make it possible for if to compete
with tbe'eastern agriculturist and drive
him out of his own fields, and as a result
our Indian plains bloomed with the
grains and the flowers of the white man's
civilization, and home, those fairest
.flowers of civilization, dotted our ex
pansive prairies.
Without that discrimination there
would have been jno Dalcotas, no Minn
esota, no Montana, or Idaho, or Wash
ington. Take away that discrimination,
place us-on a mileage basis, and bur
progress and prosperity would vanish
like frostwork in the morning sun.:.'
Tbis matter of discrimination, Mr.
President, is absolutely necessary for the
building up of certain sections- .of the
country, and it is absolutely necessaryin
order to maintain their present prosper
P'n
'if Without raising the issue «e to the
correctness^ of Senator McCqmber's
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VINOS BANK
DEPARTMENT
Interest allow
ed on deposit*
of ($1.00) one
dollar and up
wards.
position, there is certainly something in
thejtbove worth the co sideration of
the people of North Dakota.
DOWIE.
The success of thousands of lesser and
hundreds of greater "prophets" prove
the credulity of mankind. The fable of
the "Pied Piper of Hamlin" is enacted
over and over with the children of larger
growth, and "What fooN we mortals be"
is shown by the many who follow the
delusions of self-appointed "religious"
leaders.
A discussion of the psychological
reasons of the apparent weakness of the
hnman mind in reference to religious
matters might be of interest to the
philosopher but the fact, while perhaps
almost inexplicable, is yet a fact. Given
a certain quality of mind akin to hypno
tism in certain men, and such men have
no difficulty in gathering about tliem
otherwise sensible, men and women who
will believe almost anything that the
leader may say.
Another, peculiatity of these leaders
and to further show their power over
their deluded followers, is the fact that
they are able under the guise of religion
to persuade people to give up their most
cherished pessessions of family and
property. Married people part with one
another, with children, money and lands.
In fact it is one of the certainties of all
these new religions that the devotee
shall give all he has to the "prophet."
There is however in most cases, an
other peculiarity common to them all
they can manage
In the case of Mormonism, the persons
who killed Joe Smith thinking to stop
his doctrines with his life, made the
greatest wror possible. If Joe Smith
^v.^uiininy Luuiiiiuii iu inem ail) a avt vi iu mc biais
they can build more eflectually than convention, in order to avoid the confu
A in Vi of 4
sion that would probably arise if each
voter went to tne polls and selected six
teen names of his own choosing,
which right he still has. Under this
arrangement, thert will be eight dele
had been permitted to live there would £ates
have been no Mormons to-day. When —AVMC
..v u.vu aim ure louiuiuus 1IIUVCU WCSl
to Utah, then through the environments
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in that new land, real leaders arose,
who managed successfully where Joe
Smith would hive made an absolute
failure.
This fact is illustrated by the troubles
of Dowie. He has built -up a bigger
tfiing than he can handle,—and the end
is apparently not far away. The longer
he lives the less "Zion" will want of
Dowie. For the sake of appearances, to
hold the people together, and to save
their own faces the leaders now in power
may give Dowie a sort of religious
patriarchial position, r.ut his real leader
ship is over, because he has failed to
make good. There's nothing succeeds
like success and there's nothing fails
like failure.
But other Dowie's and Joe Smiths will
rise in the future and the people will
follow just the same as they have hereto
fore. "Liberty, how many crimes are
committed in thy name,"—Religion,
how many fools are made in thy name.
Aug. Short, the member of the repub
lican state committee this district was at
Fargo last Friday at the meeting of the
committee. The basis of representation
for the slate convention was made and
the date and place of convention settled.
The basis of representation is to be
two delegates at large for each county
and one delegate for each 125 votes,
averaged from the highest and lowest
vote given republican state candidates.
Under this apportionment some of the
delegations from the larger counties will
be as follows:—Ward 31,Cass 31, Grand
Forks 23, Richland 19, McLean and
Walsh 17 each, Pembina, Barnes,
Bottineau and Stutsman 16, McHenry
15, Cavalier 14, Morton and Ramsey 13,
Benson, Burleigh, Trail and Wells 12.
The great immigration to the western
part of the state has made the number
of delegates from that part of the state
much larger. The place of the conven
tion is Jamestown and the time is July
lSth.sfeX?
Representative Marshall's bill to take
the internal ievenue tax from clcholfol
tobetpedinmanufactnres, etc., passed
the Hoqae by a'yery huge majority last
week, tnt haa to paae the Senate where
it is likely to find more opposition,
8
SAN FRANCISCO.
Three fourths of San" Francisco in
ashes and 300,000 out of 400,000 of
citizens homeless is the summary of the
most awful catastrophe that has ever
occured on this continent. What it all
means is beyond comprehension. A
number of smaller cities have the same
record of desolation and death. The one
bright spot is the grand manifestation of
human sympathy and charity. Long be
fore the city ceased to burn, relief trains
were started at a mile a minute speed
loaded with supplies and provisions,
and millions of dollars subscribed for
relief. But the charity however great
will not pay the losses. At most it will
only help the helpless to set another
start in the world. Thousands of men
who were well-to-do a week ago, to-day
have nothing, not even clothing and
food for themselves and families.
San Francisco from its natural posi
tion on the only good harbor for hund
reds of miles of coast, will certainly- be
built up again, but the whole Pacific
region will suffer a great loss in tourist
travel and immigration for many years.
Our sympathies are with the stricken.
The letters written to the Herald by
its special correspondent from Pembina
county seem to have produced a back
action effect. The St. Thomas Times,
Neche Chrontype and the Cavalier
Chronicle editorially comment last week
to the effect that the correspondent had
misrepresented public sentiment entirely
in those localities, and a letter from
Walhalla signed by several of the prom
inent citizens of that place repudiated
the idea as given by the correspondent,
that the late city election there had any
thing to do with state or county politice
or affairs. Fort} citizens interviewed by
the Walhalla Mountaineer say the same.
The uatural result of the misrepresenta
tions will neither ben fit the Herald or
the "insurgents."
The republican county committee met
at Bathgate last week with a full attend
ance. We understand that the commit
tee informally resolved that they will not
have anything to do with the nomination
of candidates for county office, but will
recommend a set of delegates to the state
to eactl
PEMBINA, 1ST. T., FRIDAY, APRIL 37, 1906.
it3
legislative district in this
county—some townships will have to be
IUWUSUI
he died and the Mormons moved west *elt without a Representative, as there are Should the people of this County honor
TTtnU
flof" pnniio-n tn OA
«1C/Min/1
not
enough
to go around,
Mr. W. W. Felson is out wjih his card
in this issue for the office of county
auditor. Mr. Felson has been deputy
for Mr. Thorwaldson, for three years
and undoubtedly fully understands the
duties and routine of the office. He is a
Pembina boy, brought up in this city,
and his character is without reproach.
If selected and elected he will make a
good officer.
Attorney-general Frich of this state
has decided that the fee portion of the
primary law is unconstitutional.
There are several roads leading from
the Twin Cities to Chicago. It is prob
able that there is no better railway
service afforded anywhere than by these
roads. But when you buy your ticket
here for Chicago or points beyond, don't
forget to ask the agent to route you
over the "Milwaukee." In all things it
equals and in many things excels all the
others. It don't cost a cent iriore to
have the best.
Saskatoon
Lands.
I am a farmer myself, from
erly from North Dakota,, and
therefore know what constitute
good farming lands. I have
traveled this country thorough
ly, and,am therefore in position
to show you some of the finest
tracts that lay out doors.
If you are looking for lahd
write, or call on me, before
purchasing elsewhere Ariy
information asked for wilj be
cheerfully answered. fr
s|lgsW..J. nSHEfp™
5 County News
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C. F. Saylor of Leyden had an attack
of appendicitis, but is better.
Alex C. Edwards and Miss Mary
McGlynn were married at Drayton
Rev. Cooper.
I hereby announce myself as a Repub
but 'Hcan candidate for the office of Clerk of
the District Court for Pembina County.
E.
by
Miss Francis Gilroy of Drayton 'is
engaged as assistant principal ot the
Mayville schools.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Best of Bay
Center celebrated the twenty-fifth an
niversary of their marriage.
Geo. Billiard formerly publisher ot the
Morris, Man. Herald has taken a posi
tion with the News & Times at Grafton.
Rex Lampman of the Chronotype
makes fun of our "poetry." That's
hardly fair Rex, we complimented some
of your effusions, you remember.
Jas. T. Blacklock of Walhalla has so
far recovered that he is able to be up
and out for an airing. Mauny friends
will be pleased to hear of his recovery.
Donald Thomson, ex-county auditor
who has been in the south for some
time, was in Cavafier last week on his
way to Westhope where his son re
sides.
Mr. and Mrs. Silas Littlejohn have
arrived at their home in Bowesmont
from Ontario. The bride was Miss
Francis Taylor of Mull and is a cousin
of the Bellamys.
A. J. Robinson and family have mov
ed to Long Lake, Assa. Mr. Robinson
was -r several years landlord of the
Hamilton hotel and one ot the old resi
dents of this ctounty.
Mr. and Mrs. Patrick O'Connor, living
near Hallson narrowly escaped death
from eating wild parsnips, which they
mistook for carrots. Both were render
ed unconscious and prompt medical
attention saved their lives.
Candidate's
Announcement
I have seived for a number of years
as a deputy in this office and am
thoroughly conversant with every detail
^S win nave to De mvivugmy cunversanr wun every detail,
ma
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me with election to this position, I
pledge myself to give to the office my
personal supervision and best attention.
Dated March 12th, 1906.
GEO. PETERSON.
As the patrons of the register of deeds
office seem satisfied with the way the
business has been conducted in the past,
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re election on the republican ticket.
JOHN F. GILL.
I hereby announce myself as candidate
for Counlv Superintendent of Schcols on
the Republican ticket and respectfully
solict the support of the voters
Pembina county at the primary election
June 19th.
F. M. SHERARTS
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for the Republican nomination
for County Judge subject to the prim* ry.
I respectfnlly solicit the support of the
voters of the county and should appreci
ate the indorsement of being nominated
and elected for a second term.
H. G. VICK.
Trusting that the knowledge and ex
perience acquired as deputy lor the pres
ent county auditor may be favorably
considered, and that my personal quali
fications may be found satisfactory, I
hereby announce my candidacy for coun
ty auditor and respectfully request the
support of the Republican party at the
ensuing primary election on June 19th.
WILLIAM W. FELSON.
Wild Flowers.
Yellowstone is truly one of the "seven
wonders". As a place of granduer and
scenery it is unsurpassed by the famous
Alps. Wild flowers abound there in
great profusion.
In order to furnish the publ'c with a
souvenir within reach of all, the North
ern Pacific Railway has prepared a dain
ty publication, conta.ning twelve speci
ments of some of the most beautiful wild
flowers within the Park, which have
been pressed and nicely .mounted in
portfolio form.
This magnificent souvenir, which also
contains six full pages halftone illustra
tions, will be mailed prepaid upon re
ceipt of 60 cents.
A CLELANDi ge
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NUMBER 43
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pets, for your floor, you will be interested in these
prices, as we can save you monej- on these articles.
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OF COURSE, AS TO GROCERIES
If you Jiave had the experience, you know, and if
you don't know you ought to have the experience that
the best place to buy is here.
BRANCH AUD'S
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last of the season
strawberries Vegetables
Onions Radishes Lettu^£
Rhubarb
A swell, fresh tine of Candies now in. We are head
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