4 f" a
SUP IS FATAL
TO AGED MAN
Frank Mather Succumbs to
Shock Resulting From
door he slipped and tell. but ws.s aide
to ptimmrin help and was taken to a
Toom and medical aid summoned. No I
serious injuries could he found, but
the shock was too nmoh for the aeed
on a 11 and ho passed awav more as the
iresult ot weakness than from the in
juries sustained bv the fall. De
ceased was a veteran of the civil war
and was on I ncio ssm honor roll
a. pensioner. He had visi(ed lT»re
frequently .and his sudden death un
der such distressing civcuius(a ices
was a great shock lo his lnends. ITe
•was in hts 75'li year anrl is .survived
iy his daughter, Mrs. T.oms Iohr of
rnrm Hand lleparts 1\ Ith Employer's
Cash and .Tcwolr.v.
Hope, X. TV, March 30.—Stephen
iHoehm hired out to Herman Ssleinke
for -work on the farm. Two davs later
he stole $" in cash and a gold ring.
Tja-ter he was arrested and the ring
und part, of the. money recovered.
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LITTLE PAL—He's Introduced to His Rival
Charles Wonders ernnient Km
pio.ve, Hurt, at Mandan.
Mandati. X. !"».. March 28.—Charles
Wonders. a civil engineer employed by
rh«• government war department at
i.lie Ft-ick Island station (wo miles
nli of Mnnrian. met with a painful
lie at work directing and mak
ing repair* on the government boat
"Mundan" which is hauled up on the
w»\f, when in some way he fell from
the pilot house. Jle struck one of the
concrete tinjs and sustained scricms
A physician was -alled who took
lliim to (hp Mandan hospital. Exam
ination showed the joint of the 1rf(
innkle w.ib badlv crushed.
Hanklnson. X. D., March -""V
Frank Mather, fa(her of .Mik Ijotii*
l.ohr. died nt the A\ imlpur hotel Irmn
nhook rnsultlna from fall on the
Riden alk in front ol tlio lmlel. I to
ceased, whose home was at J'avnes
ville. canio In on .Sn,t train 10n for
a vjpit wiih his daughter. lie had
sent, no worrl nt his coniinp and no*
rating to uroiise the fairnlv at (hat.
e»il\ hout. In? dei ided to no (o (lie r'ogswell lilEh school was a hie Btic
notel until da? light. In I' out of (he
rendered in the forenoon and afler
noon sessions. President Johnson, of
Full Floating Rear Axle
bappy medium between light and
heavy—a "Four" that rides as steadily
as it weighed much more.
But a light car, nevertheless with all the ecohov
mies that accrue therefrom.
A beautifully balanced, amply powerful,-and a
perfectly proportioned "Four."
A "Four" with full floating rear axle.
A "Four" with a full equipment of Timken
A full five^assenger "Four."
,r A "Four" with a superb Studebaker-Wagner
aeparate.unit system of starting and lighting.
A "Four" so efficient that the last excuse for
paying more for any "Four" is finally eliminated.
DAKOTA AUTO CO.
THIS IS *W BEST
OCNTY TICACHERS MEET.
I'wwell l\n(/'i'lnlns Willi Splendid
Program of Addresses..
Cogswell. N. T.. March 28.—Th» I
meeting of the teachers of the west- I
rn part of tli" county held in the
,\n interesting program was
r:ilendale. was scheduled to make the'
opening address in the morning and
the closing address in the afternoon
session, hut wa« unable to be present.
Those appearing on the program
were teachers of the county. Drama
tized reading lessons were given by
Miss Holmes and Miss Knoll. Miss
ftobh and Floyd Prentice sang a duet
and excellent music was furnished by
the Cogswell high school quartet.
STRICKEN AT FI N"KR.M.
this city and a son and daughter at
Jfaytiesville. Interment took place jOaUes Man Suffers Stroke on Way to
*1 Paynesvllle. Funeral of IIlaughter- I
Oakes, X. D.. March 2$.—Knudt:|
was stricken with
paralysis at DeLsmere, while attend-!
iug the funeral of his daughter. Mrs.
O. M. Stcingaard. who. had passed
away only a few dajs previous. The
old gentleman was riearing the!
church, where, the funeral was to be
held, when he was stricken. He was
taken Inlo a nearby home and died
that, night about 11 o'clock,
This is the third death in the family
eince January. Mrs. Steinsgaar lost,
a baby early in the year, and t.he
d?ath of the little one was a hard
blow to the mother.
NEW LAW FIRM
Bismarck, X. D.. March SC.—Attor
neys J. A. Hyiand and T. C. Madden
are coming to Bismarck from "Wash
burn and will open a suite of office
1 rooms in the Tribune block April 1.
Grand Forks, N. D.
GRAND FORKS DAILY HERALD, MOtfl
Don Ignacio Calderoa
S»n Francisco, March 2".—Don Ig
naclo Calderon.''Bolivian minister to
th«* United "States, his wife, formerly
Mis* Beatrice Olnley, daughter of a
New York millionaire, whose marriage
with (ho diplomat was an interesting
event, in Washington society, and his
beautiful daughter, Elena, have Just
returned to AVashington after a visit
on the Pacific coaet. *Senor Calder
on's purpose in coming here was to
lay the cornerstone of the Bolivian
building at the Panama-Pacific expo
sition. The Calderons' were entliusi-
Hotel Proprietor at 3finot is Acquitted
of Assault Charge.
Minot. X. D.. March 30.—Olaf A.
Olson, charged with assault with a
deadly weapon, was arraigned before
Judge Lynch for a preliminary hear
In f. Harry Nomura, a. Japanese, feeing
the complaining witness.
It was alleged by the complainant
that Olson had struck him without
provocation, with a revolver, laying
open his cheek.
The trouble started by Olson re
taining a note which the Jap had
given him a.fter the Jap had demand
ed its return. Finally in the ensuing
scuffle, according to the evidence,
Olson struck the Jap. a-nd in turn
was hit in the ear drawing blood. It
is aJleged that during the continued
scrap, Olson pulled a revolver from
a table drawer and struck the Japan
ese In the face with the same.
The defendant claimed that he act
ed only in self defense and this, the
court seemed to agree with, and dis
missed the case.
A wrong should not excite bitter
ness or desire for revenge, but should
be regarded as an opportunity for
forgiveness, which is the price of
That will remain moiat.
Every housewife who jbakes her own
bread knows that if a little potato Is added
to the sponge, the bread will not dry out
as quickly. In thls .redpe potato is unHsed
to make doughnuts that will remain moist
and fresh for several days.
will be found to have distinct ad
vantages over any other. Baking Powder
for doughnuts. is a double acting
baking powder with which a large batch of
doughnuts may be mixed and fried a few at
a time. The last will be as light
as the first
BOLIVIAN MINISTER LAYS CORNERSTONE OF BOVILIAN BUILDING
AT PANAMA EXPO SAYS HIS FAMILY HAS BECOME AMERICANIZED
By Mrs. Mends Brigg*» of Biking
Sicuptjlouri egffe 1 eup
eugar: level teatpoonfltu
KC Baking Pouider', t*a
epoortfitl tout teaapoortfh.1
mace', I cup cold mashed
potato: cup milk, or more
Sift three tiniest the flour, salt, cpice and"
baking Powder. Beat eggs witn rotaiy
beater, then (till 'using rotarr beater, grad
ually add auga?, then »wk in the mash*!
potato wkh a spoon and alternately a44 WOk
and floormbtuw. Main a soft dough, nU
into a tost, cut into round*, pinch a Mlehi
thecentor with the finger and tryirflssylit.
Fat for Mag should not be hot
10 brown the doughnut natil it has
When die dotwhnut is dropped into tfcrt*
It snks to the bottom. A* eoon ai it
It slioidd be toned and turned a
aettc over the exposition, the minister I
declaring that ,.tlie eips. of th«i world
were looking .fo Sa* Fj.ajvclsco, and
that. Bolivia wa» prfflid 'fb erect a
building arid'show "tts gteat mineral
"I have become greatly American
ized." Sfenor C'alderon told San Fran
With the eyes of" a true Castilian
leauty. sparkling with enthusiasm,
.enorita. Elena, exclaimed:
"Oh. I know I shall be crazy about
KEPT THE MONEY
Minot Man Sentenced to Jail for Re
turn Cash to Owner.
Minot, N. D.. March 30.—Robert
Felton, colorctd. was fined $10 and
costs by Police Magistrate John
Lynch, for appropriating a *5 bill
which he found on the floor of a pool
hall and belonging to a patron of the
place. In lieu of paying the fine he
was sentenced to spend a period of
ten days in the city jail.
It appears that the patron saw Mr.
Felton pick up the bill and approach
ed him in a gentlemanly manner on
the proposition. Mr. Felton asserted
that he would have to go to law to
ascertain who belonged to the bill,
and therefore the patron went to law,
to-wlt: the police station. When ap
prehended Mr. Felton had already
spent the money for a pair of trous
ers and other fine raiment, and it was
necessary to get the bill back again
from the dealer.
Sew England Home Burned When
tud Became Too Hot.
New England, N. D., March 0.—
While Mrs. Angus McDonald of New
England was trying out some lard In
the oven of her kitchen stove the fire
go so hot that it caused the grease
to explode, setting lire to her house.
The fire department wias called out,
and the fire put out, with only \a
slight, damage to the house. Luckily
when the explosion occurred the
back part of the oven broke open
allowing the flames from the burn
ing grease to go up the chimney.
Well of Sheldon Schools Is Declared
Sheldon, N. D„ March SO.—There
la contamination In the surface well
at the school building and a* a result
of an anayala it baa bees pronounced
unfit for drink. The artesian water
supply is all right from a bacterio
logical standpoint but there are too
nkaay solids contained to make it a
desirable drinking water.
Two Hundred and Two Con#ressee
6cbeduled. for fiaa rtaadsco.
Brussels) March The Union of
International^ associations composed of
seme fifty- International assoetajtlons.
professional, scientific, technical, be
nevolent arid politicals has decided to
organize a world's congress to meet
next year at San Francisco during the
Panama exhibition. It appears from a
communication received, from San
FTanciaco that 202 various congresses
have already been announced. The
union's Idea is that the world's cori
cress should be made up of delegates
Chosen by the national and interna
tional congresses which will assemble
in Sari Francisco, effort has yet
been made, toward -,*-program.
AY EVENING, MARCH 30, 1914.
WCE T& HAVE *0
MEET A FRIEND Of* "IN'
FAMILY,, MISTER BOBIN-fc!
"The tango? Yes. indeed, we.dance
.11 the new dances in Washington.
"The fashions are gay also, the
/right, colors, thk flowered'gowhsr but
don't believe that the bustle has
There is no higher law than that
Music is a medicinei for melancholy.
A good woman Is a man's greatest
Lat»p. with a force of: deeuUea. was
to arrive here lat«Yester day to- take
charge of the. »ltuatloj» arl*lng out of
threats by citizens toTride on street
cars for 9-cent teres, after midnight,
by force. If riecessajy.-j'. --.
At that hour all.gPoIedo Rail-Ught
company,' franchises exblred and an
.'.'all-day s-osnt ,fa*.«.,V3srtinancr| paaa
ed by- the city councllabec^ne eSec:
_Yxf isS ~rt
MAY TEST LAW
University Says New Insurance BUI
Bismarck, n. D.. March 80.—-At
the last sessl®n of the legislature a
bill was passed providing that each ot
the state Institutions should pay its
own Are insurance premiums, out of
the funds of the institution. Hereto
fore these premiums ha.ve been paid
by the state auditing board out of the
The university has refused to pay
and has put in a bill to the state au
diting board to pay the sum out of
the general fund. The university
claims that the'new law Is unconstitu
tional. Ail the other institutions
have paid their premiums.
Incidentally this action may bring
up the constitutionality of the state
one-mill educational tax.
Former Inmate of Asylum for Insane
Sheldon,' N. D., March 80.—John
H. Fey. a Richland county farmer,, lo
Helendala township, drove his family
from home recently. Three weeks
before he assaulted his wife. The man
was tit one time an Inmate of the
state hospital-for the Insane and will
probably be returned there.- He was
taken Into custody by the Richland
Salts flushes Kidneys without injury
also neutralize* uric add. end
ing Bladder irritation.
Kidney and Bladder weakness re
sult from uric acid, says a noted au
thority. The kidneys filter this acid
fro mthe blood and pass It. on to the
bladder, where it often remains tojrtr
ritate and inflame, causlng a burning,
scalding eensation. or setting up an'
irrftatidn at the neck of the bladder,
obliging yoii to seek relief two or tt!?ee
times during the night. The sufferer
Is In constant dread, the water pa«ses
sometimes with a scalding sensation
("and is very profuse again, there Is dif
ficulty in avoiding it.
Bladder weakiiess, most.folks call it,
because they can't control urination.
to treat a. cold, you have had to
buy two or three preparations. Many
times yon have failed to use all
them according to directions, be
ciauae they were too bulky to cany
As a result, your cold' did not* re-
warm up ypor
This "three-fold" treatment is
prepared aooording to the formula of
a noted specialist and is put up in
such a compact, convenient form tljat
you can sisily carry it with you
thus enabling you to treat a cold^
completer and many times check it
right at the'etart.
Sok| Exclusively by
BothPhones No. 9
4 South 3rdSt. Grand Forks. N. D.
TX7E bsve just received a real innova
tion something entirely difiereat
a remarkable revolution in the entire
system of treating colds WfaHr'f Ginol*
We want you to know how good it is
uid the best way is to Jet you try it.
WSfotora Cinol sells regularly for 50c but this..
week we are going to treat the first 86 colds in
if yea catch cold thfo w«ek come to oar stare immediately get
one of these 86 free Webster Cinol treatments. Yonll be surprised and
delighted at the quick way it will "get" your cold.
A Novel, Complete Gold Treatment
Heretofore, when you wished ceune the treatment that it should and
it ran its eourse when it might hav*
be«n "nipped in the bud."
Yta do not need to neglect a cold
•ay longer. Webster's Cinol com^
biqes complete treatment in ona
sma^l bos. which you oincaxry eui.
ly with you anywhere.
Jamestown Debaters Are Victorious at
Valley aty, N. t.. March 10.—The
program at the high school audito
rium was attended by a full house
and a very interesting and enjoyable
evening was passed. The debate was,
Question, Resolved, that the United
States and. several statu should es
tablish courts for the compulsory ad
justmeiit of disputes between em
ployees and corporations holding
franchises 6f a public' nature. James
town wop out in .the debate by a vote
of 2 to 1. 'Both, sides of the ques
tion were well 'presented and the
diacussion very-Interesting. After the
program-an'Informal reception was
held in the gymnasium of the high
school and a lunch was served by the
domestic science girls.
T. Flske is Accused of Selling Mort
Bisbee, N. D., March 30.—Charged
with disposing of mortgaged personal
property, Fiake of this .place was
arrested at Churehs Ferry while en
route east. He waived examination
and was held under $1,000 bonds.
The demand for lawyers and doe.
tors will never exceed the supply.
TRY A UTTIE SALTS ff WDNEYS
AND BLADDER ARC TROUBMG YOU
While It is extremely annoying, and
sometimes very painful, this is really
one of the most simple. ailments to
overcome. Get about four ounces of
Jad Salts from your pharmacist and
take tablespoonful in a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for two or three
days. This wijl neutralise the acids
in the urine so It no longer is a Source
oMrritation to the bladder and urinary
organs which then act nonmlVy Again.
Jad- salts is inexpensive,-' harmless,
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lamon juice, combined with lith
ia, and is used by thousands of folks
who are subject to urinary disorders
caused by uric acid irritation. Jsd
Salts is splendid for kidneys and caus
es no bad effects whatever-
Hare you have a pleasant, «fferves
cent lithla-water drink, which quickly
relieves bladder trouble.—Adv.
ily uf* (srir tMuews Wv*
Remember this complete treat*
ment sells regularly for fifty centa,
but for this week we are going to
cplds absolutely free «Juat
to show you how good
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