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2 -i t* !»T-^-a*t a Judge Martin Wada of Iowa City, la., also will speak in tha state twe days this month. TWO BOYS PERISH IN FIRE Burned to Death While Playing in 8ectlon House. While a hundred spectators watched them pounding frantically on the win* dows trying to get out, Robert Heintz and Leland Lummers, both six years old, were burned to death in a sec tion house at Robbinsdale, a suburb of Minneapolis. Their charred bodies were recovered from the ruins of the shanty a few hours later and it may be impossible to establish identification. The lads were returning home from school in company with two other boys when they stopped at the shan ty. It Is believed that the unfortunate little fellows were locked in the place by their two companions while play ing jail. The building was used to house a gasoline motor tricycle and in it was kept a quantity of gasoline. It is sup posed the boys set fire to tha place while playing with matches. APPEALS TOSUPREME COURT Pennsylvania Woman Attacks Minne sota Inheritance Tax Law. The Minnesota inheritance tax law has been attacked in a petition filed with the supreme court at St. Paul by Melvina Graff of Worthington, Pa, executrix of the estate of Edmund D. Graff, who left property in St. Louis county appraised at $ 189 000 The pe tition asks for a writ of certiorari and asserts that the law is unconstitution al, because the title does not express the purpose of the act. Judge 3. W. Gilpin of the St. Louis county probate court held that the es tate should pay $13,565 in taxes. Mrs. Graff applied for a reargument and readjustment, but this was denied. The writ was then applied for. 4.4.4.^.^.^.^.^.^.4.^.^.^.^.^.^.^. WARRING NATIONS BUY SUPPLIES IN ST. PAUL. Vast quantities of supplies for delivery to England, Ger many and France are being ne gotiated for in St. Paul by agents of the different coun tries. Although the St. Paul manufacturers and wholesalers are reticent about tha negotia tions they admit of them. 188.8.131.52.184.108.40.206.^220.127.116.11.^^4.^. DIES FROM BULLET WOUND St. Paul Police Sergeant Victim of Desperate Character. Hans Aamond, St. Paul police ser geant, is dead from a gunshot wound inflicted by an unidentified man he ar rested a short time previously. Mo torcycle Patrolman Welander is in a critical condition from bullet wounds inflicted by the same man. The murderer is at large and the police have no idea as to where he went after his unexpected attack on Welander. According to Chief J. J. O'Connor there is no doubt that the same man fired the shots at both po llecmen. No Aches or Pains Peruna Did It for Me. *1 find Peruna an excellent spring1 and summer medicine and am glad to call the attention of my friends to It I know by experience that Peruna is a good medicine, and always recommend It whenever I have an opportunity. I can truthfully say that I have no traces of my old complaint, and have neither ache nor pain, and enjoy life. Words cannot express my appreciation for the good Peruna has done me." PERUNA THE SPRING AND SUMMER MEDICINE. "I used to get cramps in my stomach. I had sick headaches. My stomach nearly killed me. My family physician only grave me temporary relief. I got out of patience and had given up all hopes of recovery. I then wrote to Dr. Hartman and he advised me to take Peruna. I got a bottle of Peruna and commenced using it. Soon got better and am now entirely cured and feel like a new woman. Peruna is my comfort I will never be without it." Mrs. Thomas M. Morgan, R. F. D. 2, Wadsworth. Ohio. ABOUT THE STATE News of Especial Interest to Minnesota Readers. BRYAN IS COMING TO STATE Saaratary of StaU Will Speak in In- tar—I of •ongreesman Ham maud on Oot S7. William J. Bryan will speak in Min nesota Oct. 27 in the interest of W. S. Hammond, Democratic candidate for governor, according to an an nouncement made at Democratic state headquarters at St. Paul. The city in which tha secretary of state will speak has not been decided upon. CYRUS NORTHROP. Well Known Educator Cel ebrates Eightieth Birthday. by Hubner. RECEIVES MANY CALLERS Cyrus Northrop Congratulated on His Eightieth Birthday. Hundreds of friends and admirers of Cyrus Northrop, president emeritus of the state university, called at the home of the great educator in Minne apolis on the occasion of his eightieth birthday. Dr. Northrop was in ex cellent spirits and received many of the callers in person. Educational leaders and men prominent in na tional life all over the entire country were represented in the mail. FRANKLIN HEADS CHARITIES Faribault Man Elected President at Bemidji Conference. The twenty-third conference of Min nesota Charities and Correetions at Bemidji dosed with addresses by Katherine Bemis Davis of New York city and Dr. J. T. Fulton, superintend ent of the state training school at Red Wing. The next meeting will be held a year hence at New Ulm. The election of officers resulted as follows: President, G. A. Franklin, superintendent of schools, Faribault first vice president, O. M. Larson, county commissioner, Madison sec ond vice president, Mrs. C. L. At wood, president State Federation of Women's Clubs, St. Paul secretary, Otto W. Davis (re-elected), Minneap olis treasurer, C. E. Vasely, chair man state board of control. Executive members at large, in ad dition to twenty-two former presi dents Miss Edna Meeker, general sec retary Associated Charities, Duluth S. T. McKnight, president Associated Charities, Minneapolis C. C. Stillman, general secretary Associated Chari itles, St. Paul Dr. W. J. Marclay, Minneapolis. FOIL BLACKMAILING PLOT Duluth Police Arrest Man Having Ex tortion Letters. James J. Hill and his son, Louis W. Hill, are named as the Intended victims of an alleged blackmailing plot halted in its infancy by the arrest at Duluth of Clarence Howell, thirty one years old. The empire builder might have been asked to part with $50,000, with the president of the Great Northern rail way designated as the agent to trans fer the money, had it not been for the arrest of Howell by the Duluth police. Dixie Flyer to Florida Spend this winter in Sunny Florida, the land of per petual summer. The famous All-Steel Dixie Flyer running via C. & E. Five letters found in the prisoner's grip, according to the Duluth police, comprise a series of blackmailing missives which, the Duluth authori ties said, Howell confessed having written and was preparing to mail. Howell is being held for the federal officials. (Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railroad) through Nashville, Chattanooga andAtlanta makes yourtripa treat. Lv. Chicago 10:25 p.nr.ar. Jacksonville, Fla., 7:50 a. m., aecond day. (Dining car strvice all the ivay.) The cost is moderate* Write us today for full information and literature. ^^^^tfi^ffiafi TURNINGMOVEMENT ON Allies S I Trying to Envelop German Right. London, Oct. 5.—Having repulsed the German attacks, presumably in the vicinity of Roye, the French, ac cording to the official communication issued at Paris, have resumed the offensive at several points, while other positions on their left have been maintained appreciably. The great effort of the allies to en velop the German right therefore may be said to be again in operation and It is believed that the whole French column from Roye north to Arras is moving eastward against the German positions. It is the same operation that has been tried repeatedly for the past three weeks in an attempt to reach the German lines of communication and encircle the German army forming the right wing or force it to fall back to Belgium and Luxemburg. The Germans have had a long time in which to make their position se cure, so there is a lot of hard fight ing ahead for both the attacking forces and the defenses. The defen sive role is now apparently being as sumed by the invaders. In tha center, from the Oise to the Argonne, the two wall entrenched ar mles still are watching eaafh ether, ready at a moment's notiee to meet attacks or by advice of aerial ob servers to move to some point where the line is threatened. Rushing Germans Northward. In the Argonne district, where the crown prince's army attempted an ad vance a few days ago, there has been additional fighting with the result that the Germans have been pushed back northward. In Southern Woevra the French are "making progress, but very slowly," against tha Germans, who crossed the Meuse at St. Mihiel, but later were ferced back over that river. In Lorraine and the Vosges there is no change in the positions of the opposing armies. This probably is accounted for by the fact that the Germans have not sufficient forces ta attack the almost impregnable line of fortifications, while the French are too busy elsewhere to attempt an in vasion of the lost provinces. They have aet themselves the task of get ting the Germans out of Northeastern France and if this can be accomplish ed they are faced with the necessity of attacking the German positions in Alsace-Lorraine. Of the result of the operations around the line of fortifications of Antwerp there is considerable mys tery. SITUATION IS FAVORABLE German Official Report Covers Entire Theater of War. London, Oct. 5.—The following German official statement was re ceived here by the Marconi Wireless Telegraph company: "The situation throughout the en tire theater of war becomes daily more favorable to German arms. "The Austro-Hungarlan comman der-in-chief. Archduke Frederick, and the heir presumptive to the Austro Hungarian throne, Archduke Charles Francis, have inspected the greater part of the Austrian northern army and expressed themselves as well satisfied with the splendid warlike spirit among the troops. "The Russian troops, which cross ed the Carpathians and entered the district of Marmaros, have been re pulsed and driven back in disorder in the direction of the Galician frontier." OFFICIAL REPORT ISSUED Austria Admits Presence of Cholera in Galicia. Vienna, via Rome, Oct. 4.—Regard ing the reports that have been circu lated of the presence of hundreds of cases of Asiatic cholera in the dual monarchy, the government issued a statement giving the exact number of cases discovered. There are fifty-eight oases in Ga ffcla, one only in Moravia and one In Silesia. Where a cholera case is reported the plaee is Immediately fumigated. Jap Mine Sweeper Sunk. Tokio, Oct. 4.—An official announce ment states that another Japanese mine sweeping boat at Kiaochou has been sunk after striking a mine. The casualties are given as four killed and nine wounded. Reports Russian Defeat. London, Oct. 5.—A dispatch to Reu ter's from Amsterdam says: "The German commander at Koenigsberg, East Prussia, has officially announced that the Russian armies in the battles of Oct 2 and 2 lost 3,000 prisoners, eighteen big guns, many machine guns and much transport material" Buttonwood. Florida buttonwood. a tree confined largely to the keys along the south coast. Is very highly prized for use in cooking on ship's galleys. It burns slowly with an even beat and makes but little smoke or ash. 1914 OCTOBER 1914 IT 1 |W as •3BBSSBK 1 8 56 11121314151617 021222324 728293031 \$$M&^$ kK:^~' WILLWAII TBIBUNE, WtMttJPAY, OCTOBEB 7. II GENERAL YANK0VITCH. Servian Commander Battling Against Forces of Auatria. Photo by American Press Association. General Yankoviteh, commander In chief of the Servian army now operat ing against the Austrians, is meeting with a series of successes. Aided by Russian troops, the Serbs have almost caused the surrender of the Austrians. When Austria is defeated Russia will be enabled to send all her troops against Germany. CALL CARPATHIANS BAR TO RUSSIANS Austrian Military Experts little Muscovite Plans. Vienna, Oct. 8.—Austrian military experts say the Russian attempts to invade Hungary through the Car* pathian mountains are not likely to meet with much success. There are only four or five moun tain passes which would admit of the passage of the troops, it is said, and only a small number of men could proceed through them at one time. As the march would require at least six days the question of a food supply would be serious. Possibly later small detachments of Russians may attempt to cross the mountains, the experts say, but the Austrian troops ought to be able to repulse them easily. It is assumed that Russia desires to invade Hungary, first, to secure the left wing of her army, which is proceeding towards, the River San and Przemysl second, to find a new field of action for her superior force of cavalry in the plains of Hungary, where that body could interfere with the training of recruits which are proceeding there and hamper railway transportation of these troops, be sides obtaining large supplies of pro visions. KING ALBERT IN TRENCHES Belgians Expect Final Victory Over the Germans. London, Oct. 5.—A dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph from The Hague says: "Refugees arriving here from Ant werp say that the position of the Belgian forces is excellent and that the German advance has been stead ily checked. The forts are admirably resisting the heavy German artillery fire. In the city of Antwerp great hopes are entertained of a final vic tory. There is not the slightest panic. King Albert is continually in the trenches, personally conducting opera tions. The king stayed in one of the trenches for more than twenty hours without resting." GEN. VON PER HORST DEAD Latest German Casualty List Con* tains 9,600 Names. Berlin, via London, Oct. 4.—Major General Freiherr von der Horst, the eommander of the Twentieth infan try brigade, was killed while leading his troops on Sept. 28, according to an official announcement. He had re ceived previously the iron cross for his work in the field. The latest casualty list contains about 9,600 names and includes a mention of the wounding ef Prince Joachim, the youngest son of the em peror, at Schaetzels, East Prussia. OETTINBJW™ AFTFir ilCKNESSI Nothing hat ever equaled or compared with the medicinal fate in Soott's Emulsion to arrest the decline, invigorate the blood, strengthen the nervous system,aid the appe tite and restore the courage of better health. SootPm Bmuteion is pore hoalth-bulld. 1 food, without alcohol or opiate. Ing TRY IT, 14~»1 SILENT ABOUT CRACOW Battle Developing More Slow ly Than Anticipated. London, Oct. 5.—The battle still is raging along the East Prussian fron tier and, according to the Berlin re ports, the Germans have scored a vic tory over the Russians who had pierced their center at Augustowo. The battle of Cracow is developing more slowly than anticipated, or at any rate nothing has come through from either side as to the happenings in that field of operations. Three monarchs, the Russian em peror, the German emperor and the king of Belgium and the president of France are now taking part in the battles or are on their way to visit the troops in the field. The German emperor has been on both western and eastern frontiers, while King Al bert has been on the actual firing line ever since the war began. The Russian emperor has left Petro grad for the front and President Poin care, accompanied by his ministers, is well on his way from Bordeaux to give greetings to the men on the fir ing line. Other Nations May Join Conflict. In both Italy and Roumania a con* siderable difference of opinion has arisen as to what steps, if any, the governments should take regarding the war. Some are tor war and oth ers fbr continuation of neutrality. If the report coming from Rome that Italian soldiers have occupied Avlona is true Italy has taken action which will almost certainly involve her. Avlona, "the Gibraltar of the Adriatic," long has been coveted by both Italy and Austria. During the war between Italy and Turkey, when Avlona belonged to Turkey, it was the scene of a daring exploit by the Ital ian navy under the Duke of the Abruzzl. The Jealousy of Austria was aroused immediately and aa a result an agree ment was reached whereby Turkey's European possessions were immune from attack. The Intensity of Aus trian feeling was also manifested dur ing the Balkan war and Austro-Italian of the port was talked of. Be-occupation »«»w mimiii TAKE FORTS AT ANTWERP Germane Report Reduction of Two Strongholds. Berlin, Oct. 5 (via wireless to Say ville, L. I.)—The following official an nouncement was made: "In the siege of Antwerp forts Wavre-St. Catherine and Dorpweld have been taken and Fort Waelhelm invested. Termonde, an important strategical point, has been occupied. "On the western wing a new French attempt to encircle our forces has been repulsed. The French have been ejected from their positions south of Roye. "Sorties from Toul were repulsed with heavy losses." CZAR ARRIVES AT FRONT Emperor Nicholas Joins Russian Army In the Field. Petrograd, Oct. 5.—Emperor Nich olas has arrived at army headquarters at the front, according to a dispatch here. General Soukhomlinoff, the minis ter of war, the court minister and the palace commandant accompanied the emperor. Empress Alexandria and the daugh ters of the monarch bade him fare well at the railway station, where there were scenes of great enthusi asm, the crowd shouting, "On to Ber lin.!' 4* WAR COSTS FRANCE •r $7,000,000 DAILY. 4« Paris, Oct. 5.—The war is 4» costing France $7,000,000 a •fr day. Minister of Finance 4* Alexandre Ribot announced •F that the outlay for the first sixty days of the confliot had 4* 4* been $420,000,000. 4. FRENCH REPORT PROGRESS Battle on Left Wing Continues With out Decisive Result. Paris, Oct. 6.—The official announce ment issued by the French war office reports progress in the region of Soissons, where several of the Ger man trenches have been taken. The battle on the left wing is in full swing without any decisive re result having been attained. FORMER PASTOffKILLS SELF "Life Not Worth the Effort," He Says in Note. I. H. B-arnell, insurance man and former Baptist minister, killed him* self in his office at Owatonna. He left a note Informing the coroner he was about to commit the act and stat ing that "life was not worth the ef fort." Mr. Darnell's parents live in Phil adelphia and he requested that his body be cremated and his ashes sent there. Finanoial troubles were aaid to he the cause of his deed. EBERHART STATES POSITION 1 Minnesota Governor Will Make No Campaign Speechea. Deolarlng oharges made against him by William E. Lee during the primary campaign were "outrageous false hoods" Governor Adolph O. Eberhart issued a statement saying that under the circumstances he cannot make campaign speeches for the Long Prai rie banker. The governor adds, how ever, that because he believes in the principles of the Republican party he will tote for Mr. Lee. PRINCE RUPRECHT. Bavarian Heir Reported Captured the French. The London Times correspondent at Nancy, Franee, gives an unconfirmed report that the French have retaken St. Mihiel, a fortified encampment on the Meuse, twenty miles south east^ of Verdun, and also that they have captured Prince Ruprecht of Bavaria at Nomeny, fourteen miles north of Nancy. The correspondent adds that according to the report the Germans are assaulting Nomeny with the object of setting the prince free. JAPANESE SUSTAIN HEAVY CASUALTIES Peking, Oct. 2.—A fterman report from Tsingtau, the fortified position of the Kiachou territory, sent by car rier pigeon to Tsinan, in Shantung, and to Peking, indicates the German retirement from the second line of defense around Tsingtau was due to the numerical strength of the Japa nese. The report says the Japanese losses were 1,700 killed and 800 Wounded, a result of the fire from German warships, coupled with the fire of machine guns on land. At the German legation In Peking it Was said that Germans caused the destruction early this week of the railroad bridge at Tayuho, six miles west of Weihsien, and that they will cause other bridges to be dynamited if the Japanese continue their west ward movement. They will also dy namite all the government buildings at Tsingtau when a further defense of that place becomes impossible. APPEAL RULED A FRAMEUP Judge Orders That Edwards' Prosecu tion Proceed. Federal Judge Landis abruptly halted the inquiry at Chicago into the allegations that a white slavery indictment against William Rufus Ed wards, wealthy Minnesota lumberman, was the result of a conspiracy by de claring his belief that the allegations were part of "an apparent frameup" to discredit the prosecution of Ed wards. Judge Landis gave a clean bill of health to Charles F. de Woody and other federal officers who had been mentioned in affidavits filed in behalf of Edwards. He declared witnesses utterly dis proved the allegations that Miss Cox, complaining witness against Edwards, paid money to a federal official In Chicago. Leaps to Death From Window. Declaring he was being held a pris oner, Henry Hansen, aged sixty-six years, address unknown, tore a screen from a window on the first floor ef the City hospital at Minneapolis and plunged headlong to the ground. His skull was crushed and he died a few minutes later. They Won't Let You Reform. A few days after you have quit to bacco a friend in Kentucky ships you enough tobacco to last you a year. And when you make up your mind to quit lying some girl asks you to guess how old she is.—New York Mail. You've probably heard the story of the little Mississippi steam boat that had such a big whistle that every time it blew the boat stopped. That's the way with some newspapers about their value as an adver tising medium. We try not to blow too boisterously. Oui small ads. are giving a lot of folks satisfaction. 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Known bondholders, mortgagees and other security holders holding- one per cent or more of total amount of secur ity Bank of Willmar, Willlmar, Min nesota. jm thingsisthe choice ofsoap not only for his bath but for washing his clothes and for general nursery use. It is very easy for the baby skin to become chafed and sore, so you should not risk using anything but the mildest, purest soap to be had. That, as you know, is Ivory Soap. It is impossible to make soap of higher quality no matter what the price may be. Therefore, when you use it, you know that, as far as bathing and cleansing are con cerned, you are doing your best to keep baby healthy and good natured. "StopWasting Money) Every woman who pays 25c to 40cforabroom is throwinghermoney away. Pay a little more for a good broom—get better service—easier sweeping and save your strength. VICTOR B. LAWSON. Sworn and subscribed to before me this 2nd day of October, 1914. (SEAL) F. Q. HANDY, Notary Public, Kandiyohi Co., Minn My commission expires May 26, 1920. Wiggins Plumbing is Good Plumbing IVORY SOAP 99SZ PURE mw////////iiiiiii\\\\\\\\ The Barber 8hop. The Metropolitan Barber Shop, Bank of Willmar Building, B. T. Otoe, Proprietor, ia the shop to get a shave, hair cut and bath. Good sanitary bath rooms. Razors honed and scissors sharpened.—Adv. (First publication Sept. SO-tt) 8UMMON3. State of Minnesota aa County of Kandiyohi S In Justice Court. Befora A. O. Forsberg, Justlea of tha Peaca. L. A. Walker, Plaintiff, Vi. Edward Rickets, Defendant. The State of Minnesota to Edward Rickets: You are hereby summoned to be and appear before the undersigned, one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said county, on the 21st day of October, 1914, at 10 o'clock a. m., at my office in the City of Willmar, in said county, to answer to the com plaint of L. A. Walker, Plaintiff in a civil action wherein the plaintiff claims the sum of $16 25. Should you fail to appear at the time and place aforesaid, judgment will be rendered against you upon the evidence adduo* ed by said plaintiff for such sum aa she shall show herself entitled to. Given under my hand and dated this 24th day of September, 1914. A. O. FORSBERG, Justice of the Peace. (First publication Sept. 16-4t) Order limiting Time to File Claims Within Three Months, and for Hearing Thereon. Estate of Matts Granquist, also known as Mats J. Granquist and M. J. Gran quist State of Minnesota, County of Kandi yohi, In Probate Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Matts Granquist, also known as Mats J. Granquist and M. J. Granquist, De cedent. setters Testamentary this day having been granted to Lewis Johnson, of said County and It appearing- by the affidavit of said representative that there are no debts of said decedent It Is Ordered, That the time within which all creditors of the above named decedent may present claims against his estate in this Court, be, and the same hereby is, limited to three months from and after the date hereof and that Mon day, the 21st day of December, 1914, at o'clock p. m., in the Probate Court Rooms at the Court House at Willmar in said County, be and the same hereby is, fixed and appointed as the time and place for hearing upon and the exami nation, adjustment and allowance of such claims as shall be presented with in the time aforesaid. Let notice hereof be given by the pub lication of this order in The Willmar Tribune as provided by law. Dated Sept. 12th, 1914. (SEAL) T. O. GILBERT, Judge of Probata. CHARLES JOHNSON. Attorney. Willmar. Minn. (First publication Oct. 7-4t) Citation for Rearing on Final Aoeonnt and for Distribution. Estate Of Hans A. Johnson State of Minnesota, County of Kandi yohi, In Probate Court: In the Matter of the Estate of Hans A. Johnson, Decedent: The State of Minnesota to all persona Interested in the final account and dis tribution of the estate of said decedent: The representative of the above named decedent, having filed In this court her final account of the administration of the estate of said decedent, together with her petition praying for the ad justment and allowance of said final ac count and for distribution of the residue of said estate to the persons thereunto entitled: THEREFORE, YOU, AND EACH OF YOU, are hereby cited and required to show cause. If any you have, before this court at the Probate Court Rooms in the Court House, in the Citv of Willmar, in the County of Kandiyohi. State of Minnesota, on the 2nd day of November. 1914. at 2 o'clock* m.. why said oetition should not be granted. Witness, the .Tudpe of said Court, and the seal of said court, this 8nd day of OetAW 1914. (COURT SEAL) T. O GILBERT. We believe that our 30 years of business among you (the people of Kandiyohi County) warrants in claiming that we can offer you an absolutely safe storehouse for your money. Cheeks on us are accepted in pay ment of bills at par in any part of Minnesota, Ninety per cent of the successful business men are Bank Depositors. What better time than now to open a Check Account with usf We have unexcelled facilities for transacting all branches of banking. We have now installed a savings department. We would like to see every child in town and help them get started with a savings ac count. Our Officers will be glad to extend to you every courtesy consistent with sound banking. We will keep your valuables in our fire-proof vault free of charge. We shall be pleased to have yon call on ns. BANK OF WILLMAR Oaeltal. Sarplea aae? UatflvMeal Prefta. $l«0.000.00 7 Probate Judge. GEO H. OTTBRNMS, Attorns for Petitioner, Willmar, Minn.