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PRESIDENT WARMLY
GREETED BY THE
Rome, Jan. 4.—Pope Benedict greeted President Wil
son with outstretched arms today. The reception of the
president was extremely cordial. He clasped the execu
tive's hands in both of his and shook them warmly. After
this greeting the president and pope entered the throne
room where they conferred privately for some length of
time. The president went directly from the American em
bassy to the Vatican arriving there at 3:45 this afternoon.
A platoon of Swiss guards in uniform were drawn up at
the gate while the band played the Star Spangled Ban
ner. Entering St. Damascus court the president walked
past a company of gendarmes, a platoon of Swiss
guards and a platoon of the Vatican guards who pre
sented arms. The president was escorted up the royal
stairs by a company of royal guards. When they arrived
at the threshold of Clementine hall Monseignor Samper,
master of ceremonies welcomed the president on behalf of
the pope. He then escorted the president to the hall of
arms in which a door opened to the small throne room
The door opened and Monseignor Samper stepped forward
and announced to the pope that President Wilson had ar
rived. Pope Benedict came out dressed in -white robes and
with out stretched arms slasped both of the president's
bands in his. The Pope and the President then entered the
throne room for a private conference, Monseignor Samper
closing the door after them. The presidential party re
mained nthe hall of arms. At the conclusion of the con
ference a bell rang and Monsogine Samper opened the door
and the president and the pope came out. The presidential
party was then introduced to the pope.
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NEW NAVAL BILL TO BE STARTED
Washington, Jan. 4.—Framing of the new naval bill
which will determine whether the United States will have
a navy ''second to none," will be begun by the house naval
affair committee early next week, Chairman Padgett said
today. The new bill will contain the following things:
Authorization of a new three year building program. An
appropriation calling for 150 million for carrying^on the
existing three year program which was started in 1916
but which can not be finished for three or four years. Re
tention of the present permanent strength of 131,000 men
and the authority to continue oenlist 120,000 men in the
temporary navy. A nappropriation to keep the pay of the
navy men at its present war time rate. An appropriation
for the president to be able to stop the navy construction
any time an international disarmament is agreed upon.
The whole bill, committee members say will not run under
a half million and may run as high as 750 million.
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PRESIDENT WILSON TALKS FRANKLY
Rome, Jan. 4. President Wilson is going to go
straight to the heart of the Baltic situation as discussed by
the people and politicians of rank. He promised freedom
•of expression which is expected to go far toward clarify
ing the relations.between Italian and Slav states which
have been somewhat tense of late. In a speech last night
before the chamber of deputies he stated that "the Baltic
states must be independent," this was believed to be a
strong hint that the Italian and Slav states must settle
their differences. Italy must join the other nations in
helping to make a strong Slavic nation. "The great diffi
culty among such states is that ,they have always been
accessible to secret interests, and north of them lay a dis
turbed population which were held together not by sym
pathy and friendship but by force and power," the presi
dent said. Nov the intrigue is checked and the bands are
broken.
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FIFTY MEN ESCAPE
Cherokee. Kan., Jan. 5.—Fifty men are reported to have
escaped unhurt from the shaft of the Hamilton Coal Com
pany's mine here yesterday when fire destroyed the chutes
.and did other damages. The loss is estimated at $50,000.
The origin of the fire still remains a mystery.
Jeff Say.
—that he used to think
he was getting more for
his money by buying a
big plug of ordinary to
bacco, until he ran across
Real Gravely. Now you
couldn't make him switch
back to the ordinary plug
again. Gravely has that
POPE
good taste that eve' .i
wants. It lasts so —.uch
longer that you get the
tobacco satisfaction you
are looking for without
extra cost.
It goes furthei—that's why you
can get the good taste of this ciasi
of tobacco without extra cost.
PEYTON BRAND
Real Gravely Chewing Plug
each, piece packed in a pouch
A E O A O O A N I E A
and tumors
Buccesfully treated
without knife or pain.
Come, or write for Free Book.
DR. WILLIAM'S SANATORIUM.
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MIWWEAFOUS, KINN.
THE WEEKLY TIMES-RECORD, VALLEY CITY, NORTH DAiKOTA
The new Alumni Directory will soon
be ready for distribution. Mr. Arns
dorf has been working night and day
•fathering data, reading proof, and
otherwise keeping busy in hurrying
the work along. The aim is to have
it absolutely correct in every detail.
Its value depends largely upon its ac
curacy.
DR. ALLEN TO TEACH CLASS
During the winter term President
Allen will teach a class in the depart
ment of education. This class is in
dicated on the Schedule of study as
Education 43-1 or more specifically,
School Management. Miss Van Mid
dles worth and 'Prof. W. M. Wemett
will also assist in this department by
offering respectively the courses in
General Methods and Advanced Phil
osophy of Education. These adjust
ments have been made to apply during
the absence of Dr. Finney.
Comfoi of Body
Many children and adults
are constant sufferers from cold
hands and feet and are acutely
susceptible to every chil! and
sudden climatic change. There
is definite help in
SCOTTS
EMULSION
which famishes fuel to warm
the body, helps
make
GOMPERS CRITIZES BUSINESS MEN
Washington, Jan. 4.—Asserting that "the industrial
problems of peace were greater than those of war," Sam
uel Gompers president of the American federation of labor
declared that the American people will not stand for a rep
etition of the conditions of 1893. Gompers appeared be
fore the senate committee on education and labor and
criticised sharply several leading business men who said
that the wages must come down and the hours must be
lengthened now that the war is over, "such sentimens are
resented by laborers the country over," he said "they
strike a discordant note in th'e hopes for liberty and free
life with the ending of the war." I have also talked with
some of the great employers of the country and am confi
dent that this feeling is not typical.
WANTS TQ. PURCHASE CAMPS
Washington, Jan. 4.—A request for the purchase of
three artillery camps and fourteen cantonments in addi
tion to the two now owned by the government were layed
before the house military committee today by assistant
Secretary of War Crowell. Crowell was met with a sharp
demand from committee members for some indication as
to the future of the policy of the war department. Many
committee members think that this policy is adverse to the
universal military training plan.
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BOLSHEVIKI ARMIES CONTINUE TO ADVANCE
London, Jan. 4.—Bolsheviki armies are winning addi
tional victories everywhere reports received today indi
cated that a let down of allied and German resistance to
the Bolsheviki troops. According to the Express the Brit
ish light cruiser squadron will be withwrawn in a few days
but squadrons will patrol the Baltic as far as Danzig. A
Tokio dispatch stated that the war office had announced
that 34,000 troops in the Japanese expetitionary force
would be withdrawn from the Siberian front and hereaft
er only the smallest possible force would remain there.
German troops have retired to a new position several kil
ometers from Riga abandoning a thousand German sol
diers in that clxy, according to a Berlin dispatch.
MCADOO DOES NOT WANT
RAILROADS RETURNED
Washington, Jan. 4.—Warning against the evils of un
restrained competition, Director General McAdoo today
urged congress not othrow back the railroads to private
ownership uncontrolled. McAdoo's appearance before the
senate interstate commerce commission committee faced
a sharp fire from Senator eKllogg of Minnesota. "The evils
of competition are very grave," said McAdoo. "They are
as grave in regard to the favoritism of the larger or small
er shipper. Competition is not an unadulterated bless
ing." Senator Kellogg asked if competition could not be
regulated by. the Interstate commerce commission. Mc
Adoo said that he was not prepared to answer any of the
big questions on the railroad control. He explained that
the present rates would be maintained if the railroads
were turned back to private control, McAdoo told the com
mittee.
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ALL WOUNDED REMOVED
Fire Island, N. Y., Jan. 4.—The last wounded soldier
was "removed from the stranded transport Northern Pa
cific this afternoon.
ALUMNI DIRECTORY
NEARING COMPLETION
pure,
red blood and maintain the system
In a state, of robustness, so that
the buffeting winds or the sudden
chill of evening are enjoyed rather
than feared. For comfort of
body and bonyant health,
take
rather
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Scott's Emulsion,
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SUMMONS
STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA,
County of fearnes ss
Ip District Court, Fifth Judicial Dis
trict.
Lois Belle Connor,
Plaintiff
vs
Kate B. Conner and all other persons
unknown claiming any estate or inter
est in or lien or incumbrance upon the
property described in the complaint.
Defendants.
The State of North Dakota- to the
Above Named Defendants:
You are hereby summoned to an
swer the complaint in this action
which is on file in the office of the
clerk of the District Court in and for
the County of Barnes and State of
North Dakota and to serve a copy of
your answer upon the subscribers
thirty days after the service of this
summons upon you, exclusive of the
day of service and in case of your fai
lure to appear or answer judgment
willl be taken against you by default
for the relief demanded in the com
plaint.
Dated November 26, 1918.
LAWRENCE & MURPHY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Fargo Na
tional Bank Building, Fargo, North
Dakota
To The Above Named Defendants:
You are hereby notified that the
above entitled action relates to and
is brought for the purpose of estab
lishing and quieting plaintiff'!s title
to the Southwest quart&y-of Section
Twenty (20),.in Township One Hun
dred Forty-Two (142) North of
Range Sixty-One (61), West of the
Fifth Principal Meridian,situated in
the County of Barnes and State of
North Dakota.
Dated November 26, 1918.
LAWRENCE & MURPHY,
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Fargo Na
tional Bank Building, Fargo, North
Dakota.
NOTICE TO SHAREHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the First National Bank of
Valley City, N. D., for the election of
directors for the ensuing year and for
the transaction of such other business
as may come before them will be held
at their banking room between the
hours of 2 and 4 o'clock p. m. Tuesday,
January 14, 1919.
JOHN TRACY, Cashier.
(1st Pub. Dec. 12 last Pub. Jan 9)
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURE SALE
Notice is Hereby Given, That that
certain mortgage made, executed and
delivered by Sarah D. Willson and W.
S. Willson, her husband, mortgagors,
to Northwestern National Life Insur
ance Company, a corporation, mort
gagee, dated November 1st, 1908, and
filed for record in the office of the Reg
ister of Deeds, in and for Barnes
County, North Dakota, on the 13th
day of November, 1906, at 10:10
o'clock a. ra. and therein duly recorded
in Book 33 of Mortgages, Page 243,,
the time of payment whereof was
thereafter extended to November 1st
1912, and which said mortgage was
thereafter, by an instrument in writ
ing for a valuable consideration, as
signed by said Northwestern National
Life Insurance Company to M. W.
Willson, which said assignment was
thereafter filed and recorded in the
Office of the Register of Deeds, in and
for Barnes County, North Dakota, on
the 7th day of January, 1918, at 9:10
o'clock, a. m., and therein duly record
ed in Book Z.2 of Miscellaneous, on
Page 285 will be foreclosed by sale
of the premises described in said mort
gage, and which said premises, are
hereinafter described, at the front
door of the court house, in the City of
Valley City, North Dakota, on the
18th day of January, 1919, at the hour
of 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, to sat
•'sfy the amount due and owing under
said terms of said mortgage on said
day of sale.
Notice is further given that said
mortgagors have failed, neglected and
refused to pay the principal and inter
est due under said mortgage, accord
ing to the terms thereof, and accord
ing to the terms of the note executed
by said mortgagors, although the
same is long past due and demand for
payment thereof has been duly made,
and by reason thereof there is a de
fault in the terms of -said mortgage.
Notice is further given that the
premises described in said mortgage
and which will be sold to satisfy the
indebtedness secured thereby, are de
scribed as follows, t,o-wit:
The Northeast Quarter (NE%) oi"
Section Ten (10), Township One Hun
dred Forty (140), North of Range
Sixty (60) West of the 5th Principal
Meridian, Barnes County, North Da
kota.
Notice is further given that there
will be due and owing under the terms
of said mortgage on said day of sale,
the sum of Three Thousand Eight
Hundred and Fifty-five Dollars and
one cent ($3855.01), principal and in
terest, together with the sum of
$112.10, statutory attorney's fees, to
gether with costs of said sale as by
law provided.
You are further notified that at the
said time and place, said premises will
be sold to satisfy the amount that will
be due and owing said mortgagee un
der said mortgage, including statu
tory costs of sale as. aforesaid.
Dated at Valley City, North Dako
ta, December 4th, 1918.
M. W. WILLSON,
Assignee of Mortgagee.
Winterer, Combs & Ritchie,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Valley City, North Dakota.
(1st Pub. Dec. 5, Last Pub. Jan. 9.)
NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE
CLOSURE SALE
Notice is Hereby Given, That that
certain mortgage, executed and deliv
red by Donald K. Moore arid Christine
Moore, his wife, mortgagors, to The
Union Loan and Trust Company, of
Valley City, North Dakota, a corpor
ation under the laws of the State of
North Dakota, mortgagee, dated the
24th day of July, A. D. 1915, and filed
for record in the office of the Register
of Deeds in and for the county of
Barnes and State of North Dakota, on
the 18th day of August, A. D. 1915,
at 9:00 o'clock, a. m., and recorded in
Book "58' of Mortgages, on page 203,
will be foreclosed by a sale of the
premises in such mortgage and hex*ein
after described, at the front door of
the county court house in the city of
Valjey City, in the County of Barnes
and State of North Dakota, at the
hour of two o'clock in the afternoon,
on the 19th day of January, A. D. 1919,
to satisfy-the amount due upon such
mortgage on the day of sale.
The premises described in such
mortgage and which will be sold to
satisfy the same are situated in the
county of Barnes and State of North
Dakota and described as follows,to
wit.
Lot Twelve (12) of East Riverside
Park Addition to the city of Valley
City, according to the plat thereof on
file, and of record in the office of the
Register of Deeds in and for the Coun
ty of Barnes, State of North Dakota.
There will be due on such mortgage
at the date of sale the sum of $517.42,
together with the statutory attorney's
fees and the costs and disbursements
of this foreclosure.
Dated December 11, 1918.
The Union Loan and Trust Company,
of Valley City North Dakota,
Mortgagee.
Theodore S. Lindland,
Attorney for Mortgagee,
Valley City, N. D.
(1st Pub. Dec. 12, last Pub. Jan. 16.)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the Matter of the Estate of Emma
L. Johnson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the under
signed Carl E. Carlson, the administra
tor of the estate of Emma L. Johnson,
deceased, late of the city of LaMoure,
county of LaMoure and state
of North Dakota, to the cre
ditors of and all persons having claims
against said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within
four months after the first publication
of this notice to said administrator at
the office of A. P. Paulson, in the
American National Bank Building,
Valley City, North Dakota, said county
of Barnes.
Dated this 20th day of December,
1918.
CARL E. CARLSON,
Administrator.
A. P. PAULSON,.
Attorney for Administrator,
Valley City, N. D.
1st Pub. Dec. 26, last Pub. Jan. 16.
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NOTICE OF REAL ESTATE MORT
GAGE FORCLOSURE SALE
Notice is Hereby Given, That that
certain real estate mortgage, made,
executed and delivered by Warren S.
vVillscn, as administrator of the es
tate of Sarah D. Willson, deceased,
mortgagor, to M. W. Willson, mort
gagee, dated the 24th day of Decem
ber, 1913y-and filed for record in the
ori'ice of the Register of Deeds, in and
fov Barnes County, North Dakota, on
the 30th day of December, 1913, at
t):05 o'clock a. ni. and therein duly
recorded in Book 55 of Mortgages,
Page 351 thereof, will be foreclosed
by sale of the premises described in
said mortgage, and which said prem
ses are hereinafter described, at the
front door of the courthouse, in the
City of Valley City, North Dakota,
at the hour of 2.30 p. m. on Saturday,
the 18th day of January, 1919, to sat
isfy the amounts due and owing under,
the said terms of said mortgage on
said day of sale.
Notice is further given that there
is, a default in the terms of said mort
gage) as said mortgagors have failed,
neglected and refused to pay the prin
cipal and interest due under said
mortgage, agreeable to terms thereof,
although the same is long past due
and demand for payment thereof has
been duly made.
You are further notified that the
premises described in said mortgage
and which will be sold to satisfy the
indebtedness secured thereby, are de
scribed as follows, to-wit:
Lots Twenty (20), Twenty-one (21),
Twenty-two (22), Twenty-three (23),
and Twenty-four (24), in Block Ele
ven (11), of Pease and Zingg's Addi
tion to the village of Sanborn, North
Dakota. The Northeast Quarter
(NE'/j) of Section Ten (10), Town
ship One Hundred Forty (140), North
of Range (60), ¥/est of the 5th Prin
cipal Meridian, Barnes, County, North
Dakota.
You are further notified that there
will be due and owing under the terms
of said mortgage on said day of sale,
the sum of One Thousand Eight Hun
dred and Sixty-three Dollars and
Eighty-five Cents ($1863.85), princi
pal and interest and the sum of Two
Hundred Ninety Dollars and Fifty-six
Cents ($290.56) taxes paid by the
mortgagee, together with the sum of
Seventy-five Dollars ($75J10) statu
tory attorney's fees, together with the
costs of said sale as by law provided.
You are further notified thai at the
said time and place the said premises
will be sold to satisfy the amount that
will be due and owing said mortgagee
under said mortgage, including the
statutory costs ofsale as aforesaid.
Dated at Valley City, North Dako
ta, December 4th, 1918.
M. W. WILLSON, Mortgagee.
Winterer, Combs & Ritchic,
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Valley City, North Dakota.
(1st Pub. Dec. 5. Last Pub, Jan. 9)
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the Estate of James
H. Nelson, Deceased.
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned Henry W. Nelson, adminis
trator of the estate" of James H^ Nel
son late of the township of Laketown
in the county of Barnes and state of
North Dakota, deceased, to the credi
tors of, and all persons having claims
against, said deceased, to exhibit them
with the necessary vouchers, within
six months after the first publication
of this notice, to said administrator at
the law office of Winterer, Combs &
Ritchie in the city of Valley City in
said Barnes county.
Dated December 21st, A. D. 1918.
HENRY W. NELSON,
Administrator.
Winterer, Combs & Ritchie,
Attorneys for Administrator,
Valley City, N. D.
(1st Pub. Dec. 26, last Pub. Jan. 16.)
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