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Tw Days-May Hear it for yourself —the phonograph which amazed all Willmar A E you one of those who believe that no phonograph can match the voice of the living: human? An aston ishing discovery awaits you ites who attended the Amy recital. Thomas A. Edison gave his famous Tone-Test Thursday night, April 29, at the Willmar Opera House. He had Miss Ellerman sing in direct comparison with the RE-CREATION of her voice by the New Edison.-* Then he had the Fleming Sisiers Instrumental Trio play in similar direct comparison with the Re-Crea tion of their art bv the New Edison. Friday and Saiurday Reduced Prices: 2&NE W EDISO N The Phonograph With a Soul" Come in and hear the identical instrument* which was used Apri 29th. Make the great discovery for yourself. THE EDISON SHOP A re O N Albi E. W a a GLORJA'SVANSONaru* THOS.MEIGHAN ,n Exclusive Edison Dealers 4 1 2 Litchfield Ave. West Willmar Minn instrument used in Thursday's Tone-Test is the regular model which .M'IIS lor $-'.'' tn Cmiada $4:iL). It is un exact duplicate of the Laboratory .Model wiili-h Mr. Kdison perfected alter spending Three Million Dollars in experiments. Cecil B.DeMille's'Male and Female9 _Jd CparamounU&rlcrafl CPiciure By all means don't miss this treat. A picture for all classes of people. A lesson for all. Matinees 18 and 3 0 Evenings 2 0 and 3 5 Come and Bring your Whole Family -like the thousand Willmar IZllerman—Fleming Sisters Music lovers were Completely baf fled. Their ears Wre unable to dis tinguish the RE-CREATED art from the living.. You have never heard any phonograph that approaches the New Edison. It RECREATES not only the musical notes, but every elusive quality of tone and color which identify the original artist. 22 SURPRISED ON THEIR SILVER WEDDING DAY Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Norman were happily surprised at their home at SU6 Second St. East, last Thursday afternoon by their children and fam ilies who came to make the 25th an niversary of the elder Normans an occasion of a happy family reunion. The folks all arrived to the city and gathered in a body before going to the Norman home and effected a com plete surprise. A six o'clock dinner was arranged for, and the silver wed I ding pair were the recipients of many valuable silver tokens as mementoes of the occasion. The original wedding occurred at Olivia twenty-five years ago. The relatives from a distance pres I ent on this occasion were Mrs. C. W. Carlson and daughter Ruth, of St. I Paul Mrs. D. S. Thomson of Fair dale. N. D. Mrs. W. C. Dennstedt and son Harold of Hankinson, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Sorenson of Virginia Wm. O. Norman of Minneapolis Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Peterson and daugh ter, De Loris and Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Miller of Olivia. The folks remained I for a several days' visit. ROSELILLIAN May 17th.—Hazel Renstrom is at pre sent tit the Willmar Hospital where she went to seek medical aid for her hand. I Kdnu Olson closed a successful term of school in District No. 64 last Friday. A dinner was served to the guests after which a program was given by the pu Pils. Melvin Renstrom who ha*s been stay ins in Willmar the past two months re turned home last week. I Yiona Ericson visited a few days last I week at Albert Johnson's. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson were Will mar callers last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. \V. Julius and daugh ter, Adeline of Fairfax, Mr. and Mrs.Appleton A. K. Kloomquist and family and Mr. and Mrs. K. Rosen visited at Ole Bloom quist's Sunday. Oscar Olson made a call on Dr. Mes-being ker of Olivia last Thursday. A number from this vicinity attend I ed the V. V. S. at Svea last Friday even ins. Axel Hedlof is at present employed at Art Eastman's. Gust Xylen and Mr. Olson of Olivia visited Sunday evening- at Ole Bloom I (Riist's. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Renstrom were Willmar callers Saturday. P. M. Headman, the nursery man, was seen in this vicinity last week. P. J. Gibson and Winfred Gibson and families visited at the O. W. Olson home at Hawick one "day last week. Rev. and Mrs. Nordell visited at G. P. Erickson's Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Holmgren and family were Willmar visitors Saturday. Mabel and Willard Lundquist Flor ence. Lambert and Nimrod Rodelius and Cecelia Johnson attended the Aldrich meetings at Litchfield Sunday. This community was greatly shocked Saturday when they heard of the sud den death of Lillian Erickson which oc curred that morning. The funeral will be held Wednesday afternoon at one o'clock at the house and later at the Free Baptist Church. She leaves to mourn her sudden death her parents, five brothers and four sisters, namely: Alger, Walter, Phillip, Joel, Lester, Min nie. Marie. Rachael and Mrs. Wm. Bloomquist of Kenmare ^J. D. Mrs. Bloomquist arrived this morning (Mon day) to attend the funeral. The great est sympathy is extended to the bereav ed parents sisters and brothers. —See the Literary Digest's posters, "Are Postoffice Employes Human Be ings?" which will appear around town during the week-end. FAREWELL DINNER TENDERED DR. JOHNSON BY MEDICAL MEN Auto Trip to Coast is Delayed Ow ing to Late Season in Mountains The Willmar medical men, with l)rs. Oscar Daighnault and Chas, L. ^cofield of Benson and Dr. Hans John son of Kerkhoven as guests, gave a farewell banquet Monday evening at he Elks' Club Rooms, in honor of Dr. •Christian Johnson, who is about to leave this community, where he has esided 34 years, to make his home at Everett, Wash. Dr. Johnson was pre sented with a Masonic emblem in the shape of a watch-fob as a memento of (he occasion. Being advised that the mountain parses are still wet with melting snows, Dr. Johnson and the Helmer and Carlson families who are to make up a party of three automo biles to make the trip, have decided to postpone the start from here anoth er week. They will visit relatives of Dr. Johnson jat Circle. Mont., enroute. SCHOO NOTE S The pupils of the 4th grade, Central Building, had for their language les son Thursday, the writing of letters to Eleanor Krause who is still con fined to her home. A short Florence Nightingale pro gram was given by all the grades of the Lincoln School on Wednesday af ter recess. Mrs. O'Neil visited the first grade, Lincoln, last week. Mrs. Clarquist visited the second grade. Lincoln, Friday afternoon. Many children are returning to school this week, after having been absent on account of mgasles. The primary class of the Normal Department is transferring from the script on the blackboard to the print in the primers. All have now receiv ed their books and are very proud to be able to read as their parents read. The seventh grade teachers met last week and made out the final examina tions. The following schedule will be followed: Wednesday, history Fri day, grammar Monday, arithmetic Tuesday, spelling, and Wednesday, Geography. Inez Lindquist in Miss Johnson's seventh grade has been neither ab sent nor tardy so far this year. A Flornce Nightingale program was given last Wednesday in the eighth grade assembly room in which all,of the grades in the Central Building took part. Miss Carlson's sixth grade have been studying birds and have now completed their booklets on this sub ject. The eighth grade has but one week left of regular work before the State Examinations which begin Tuesday, May 25th. The second and third grades in the Lafayette school *ave been studying Japanese Life. They have made Ja panese posters and written several pages for a Japanese booklet. Last Friday the class was given a Japanese tea party to acquaint them with the customs of Japanese life. Tea and rice was served at the tea party. Julia Koch a pupil of the first grade Lafayette, left Friday for her new home at Cayuga, North Dakota. Miss Harriet Wood of the Public School Library Board called on us last week to see what conditions our school library is in. She said that it was very necessary for us to employ a full time librarian and equip a good sized room for a library. At present we have neither and most of the books read by pupils are taken out at the Public Library. It is the intention of the State Library Board to have the school librarian co-operate with the public librarian. One of the pupils in the high school sold the greatest number of Red Cross Seals during the Xmas campaign and the high school was given a prize of $1.50 as a result. The prize was giv en by the local Public Health Asso ciation and the money will be used to subscribe for some magazine for the high school. WILLMAR TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 19, 1920. State board examinations begin Fri day, May 21. School closes Friday, May 28. Baccalaureate services will be held in the Presbyterian church Sunday, May 23 at 7:45 p. m. Owing to the illness of Rev. McCullough he will be unable to preach the sermon but Rev. Mattson of the Swedish Methodist church will take his place. Commencement Exercises will be held in the Fairground Auditorium, Friday evening. May 28. Everyone is invited. Tickets will be 15 cents each. JULIUS TH0RS0N TO OPEN CAMPAIGN AT KERKHOVEN A procession of automobiles carry ing Thorson-for-Governor boosters, that will start at Appleton and in crease in number at ea"ch town en route to Kerkhoven, will be a feature of the opening meeting of Julius Thor son's campaign for governor to be op ened at Kerkhoven on next Friday ev ening. May 21. Under the schedule arranged the procession will arrive at Kerkhoven at about 8 o'clock and the meeting will start immediately. The Murdock band will join the gathering at Benson and provide mus ic at all stops from that point. The orchestra will accompany the Appleton party and furnish music at the meeting and later at a dance arranged for the Kerkhoven young people. The issues upon which Mr. Thorson will make his campaign for the nom ination for governor will be set forth for the first time in his address upon this occasion, and the meeting is at tracting state wide attention, it is stated by his friends. Pastor and Wife Surprised Last Thursday evening a large crowd attended a reception given in honor of Rev. and Mrs. Swan Mattson at the Swedish Methodist church. The speakers for the occasion were Rev. Paul Hallin, Rev. G. N. Tegnell and A. P. Brandt. The choir rendered several selections and Hazel Brown sang a solo. The honored guests were the recipients of many beauti ful gifts and also a purse of money containing $68. Delicious lunch was served late in the evening. Another surprise was sprung on them by the Oak Park and Kandiyohi congregations at the Oak Park church A.on Saturday evening. A large num ber of people were present at the gathering. The good pastor, and his bride also there received a purse of money as a token of good will. The speakers were Hon. John Wicklund and Mrs. Charles Holmquist of Min neapolis. Mrs. Gondret of.Minneapo lis rendered two solos. Refreshments were served. •REFINITE" WATER SOFTENER INSTALLED AT LAUNDRY The Nelson Bros. Laundry is now prepared to turn out the very best work. The hard water difficulty has no*w been overcome and the chemical treatment of the water for softening purpose eliminated by the installation last week of a $1700 Refinite Water Softener. The new plant is an inova tion, and will be of inestimable value to the work at the laundry. The "Refinite" is really a filterer. The water passes thru a large tank which is filled with a zeolite, a min eral recently found in the Black Hills of South Dakota. This mineral has the property of absorbing the calcium and magnesium, the elements that make water hard. By admitting a brine solution during the night these elements are released from the min eral and then slushed out in the morn ing, leavng the mineral in just as good shape as ever for softening pur posts^ It is really a wonderful dis covery and the Nelson Brothers are to be congratulated on their enter prise of installing one of these soften ers at Willmar. They have now tried it out for a few days and are highly pleased with the results. They say that the finest silks and flannels can be washed without injury. Do you want a pure drink of water or absolutely pure soft water for a hair wash, why just drop around to the Nelson Laundry and make your wants known. Dead Man Identified Investigation by the police yester day has led them to believe the man killed in a fight with Joseph Merriam, marshal of Delano, on a road 25 miles from Minneapolis, is Albert Lund, who recently escaped from the guardhouse at Camp Grant. Lund's parents, who live at Will mar, Minn., have been notified and are expected to arrive in Minneapolis tomorrow to identify the body which was brought here Friday. Lund had been reported missing from Camp Grant since April 12 when he ascaped from the guardhouse where he was imprisoned for disor derly conduct, according to word from the military authorities at that camp. Court martial papers found in the pockets of the army uniform worn by the dead man stated that he had been in the Sixth division and had been sentenced to four months in the guard house at Camp Grant for disorderly conduct.—Minneapolis Sunday Trib une. Riley-Wickstrom At the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. Wickstrom, 82Q 4th St. E., a marriage took place at 6 o'clock last evening when the daughter, Eivor Wickstrom was wedded to Mr. Cecil A. Riley, Rev. G. N. Tegnell officiated. The cere mony was performed in the presence of the family and intimate friends. The attendants were Ellen and Carl Wickstrom, sister and brother of the bride. A wedding dinner was served to ten guests. Mr. and Mrs. Riley will make their home in this city, the groom having a position as fireman on the Great Northern. They have the congratulations and best wishes of all their friends. LILLIAN ERICKSON Lillian Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Erickson of Lake Lil lian, passed away at her home last Saturday after a several months' ill ness with tuberculosis. She was 21 years, 2 months and 3 days old at the time of her death. The deceased leaves to mourn her untimely depart ure, besides the parents, five brothers and four sisters. The funeral took place this after noon at the house at 1 o'clock and at the Free Baptist church at 2 o'clock, Rev. J. S. Nordell officiating. Kroona- Anderson Rudolph S. C. Kroona, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kroona of Kandiyohi and Miss Hilda M. Anderson, daugh tr of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Ander son of Atwater were united in mar riage at the Lutheran parsonage at Tripolis Friday. The bride wore white satin and georgette trimmed with pearls. The maid of honor, Miss Mildred Gray, cousin of the bride, wore old rose and silver gray satin. The best man, brother of the groom was Mr. Adolph Kroona. After a wed ding trip to the cities, the young cou ple will make their home at Kandiyo hi, where the groom is employed as mail carrier. They will be at home after June 20th. Married Monday Thomas A. Andrews of Minneapo lis and Miss Beth C. Mitchell of Mon tana were married at the Free Church parsonage by Rev. Nicolay Nilsen. The newly-weds will reside at Sioux City. An Offering For Campaign An offering to the $1,800,000 fund of the Lutheran World Service Cam paign was taken at the Synod Church at the morning service on Sunday. The quota for this church of $442, was reached within a few dollars. First M. E. Ladies' Aid The Ladfes' Aid of the First M. E. church will meet Thursday afternoon, May 27th, at the home of Mrs. Leonard Johnson, 807 Fifth St. W. Business meeting at 3 o'clock. Coffee will be served from 4 until 8 o'clock p. m. All cordially invited to attend. Outing By Dist. 108 An outing under auspices of School Dist. 108 will be held in Holm's past ure on the east shore of Lake Florida next Sunday afternoon. There will be a refreshment stand. Everybody wel come. Fahlun Pastor Surprised Rev. J. S. Nordell, pastor of the Fah lun Baptist church, was pleasantly surprised one evening last week by the church members and friends. He was presented with a purse contain ing the sum of $186. —Wire 796 and we'll wire for you. Willmar Elect. Service Co., 430 Ben son Ave.—Adv. It. Handkerchief Social A program and social will be given at the Sunnyside School District 65, Friday evening, May 21st, at eight o'clock. Ladies bring a handkerchief and lunch for two. Lunch will also be served. ANNA M. JOHNSON, GLADYS BANGTSON, Teachers. Goes to California Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kemp left Sun day for Sacramento, Cal., by auto where they will make their home. Mr. Kemp had a sale on his household goods Saturday. Dance May 24th. The B. R. C. A. No. 634 will give a dance Monday evening, May 24th, at Carlson Hall. Everybody cordially invited to attend. CHARLES LUND PUT ON TICKET FOR TREASURER Replaces Miss Lily Anderson, Who Was Ineligible on Account of No Woman Suffrage ...Charles Lund of Vining, Ottertail county, farmer and banker, has been indorsed by the state executive com mittees of the Nonpartisan league and Working People's Nonpartisan Polit ican league as a candidate for the Re publican nomination for state treas urer. Mr. Lund will take the place of Miss Lily Anderson of Franklin, who was unable to file for the office because the federal suffrage amendment had not been ratified by the 36th state. Mr. Lund is of Swedish descent. He is a thoroughgoing progressive, on the-land farmer, as well as a banker, and was one of the first farmers in his community to join the Nonpartisan league. LOCAL AND PERSONAL Drs. C. E. Anderson and G. A. An derson, Dentists—Bank of Willmar. —Miss Agnes Larson spent Sunday visiting at Atwater. Dr. Oscar E. Hedin, dentist, Carlson Block. 'Phone 81.—Adv. —Frank Sather of the State Univer sity was home for the week end. Elkjer Portraits—a class of work your friends will like.—Adv. tf. —Mrs. Sophus Larsen left Monday morning for a visit in the Twin Cities. Go to Willmar Hardware for good clover seed.—Adv. —C. W. Lonn left Monday morning for a business trip to the Twin Cities. Dr. C. E. Gerretson, Dentist, Loney Block. Telephone 199.—adv. —Atty. Chas. Johnson spent Mon day afternoon on business at Benson. —A. W. Bergstrom left Saturday for an over Sunday visit at Minneapo lis. Dr. Robert V. Malmgren, Dentists, Metropolitan Bldg. 'Phone 800.—adv. tf. —Miss Ruth Carlson of Roseland re turned last Saturday from a visit near Spicer. —Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Sanderson and family spent Sunday at Atwater and Harrison. —C. P. Holm and family spent Sun day visiting relatives and friends at Atwater. —Ernest McLaughlin of the State University spent Sunday at his home in this city. Dr. H. F. Porter, Dentistry, Carlson. Mary Ahlborn, Corsetier. Phone 325.—adv. tf. —Atty. and Mrs. Geo. Tyler of Elk River spent Sunday visiting at the F. G. Handy home. —Carl Stromseth and Regnar Thy den left Saturday for a short visit in the Twin Cities. —Get your Mazda bulbs at our shop. Willmar Elect. Service Co., 430 Ben son Ave.—Adv. It. —J. T. Swenson left Tuesday for a couple of days' business trip to Ap pleton and Morris. —Miss Mabel Keller of Minneapolis spent Friday and Saturday visiting friends in this city. —The Johnson-Erickson Motor Car Co. received a shipment of a carload of Paige cars yesterday. Address. Suggestions for Gifts Kid Gloves Silk Gloves Silk Hose, in Blue, Black, White, Gray and Cordovan, $ 1.65 to $3.00 Handkerchiefs, Silk Handbags, Leather Purses, Collar and Cuff Sets Silk Umbrellas, Tricollite and Georgette Blouses Camisoles, Silk Petticoats, etc. O. A. SANDVEN CO. The Ladies Store WILLMAR, MINNESOTA —Marcus Mikkelson and Feiner Flaten of Sunburg were Willmar bus iness callers yesterday. —Come to us for electrical wiring. Willmar Elect. Service Co., 430 Ben son Ave.—Adv. It. —Miss Genevieve McKinley is as sisting at the Willmar Greenhouse the forepart of the week. —Mr. and Mrs. L. E Covell and Frank Covell of Now London were Willmar callers last Monday. —Mildred Seastedt of near Spicer arrived Saturday for a visit with her brother, Lance Seastedt at Svea. —Mrs. O. N. Grue and daughter, Al ma, left Monday morning for a couple of days' visit in the Twin Cities. —Miss Ruth Norling returned to Minneapolis last Saturday after a short visit" at her home in this city. —Why wash by hand. See our line of washers—Willmar Electric Service Co., 430 Benson Ave. —Mrs. A. M. McLaird spent Monday and Tuesday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pederson at Spicer. —Miss Gladys Lundgren of Minne apolis arrived last Thursday evening for a visit in this city for some time. —Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oiin of Min neapolis spent Saturday and Sunday visiting Mr. Olin's parents in this city. —Miss Hilda Brustad has accepted a position at the Peterson & Wellin store and has commenced her duties. —Mrs. L. Frank and granddaugh tr, Laurina Frank, returned to Pipe stone last Friday after a visit in this city. —J. G. Applegren of Wheaton ar rived last week for a couple of weeks' visit with relatives and friends in this city. —Loyal Hoyt has accepted a posi tion at the Peter Pearson Electrical shop and commenced his duties last week. —Mrs. Herbert Thompson under went an operation at the Rest Hospi tal for acute appendicitis last Monday evening. —Valborg Kiland has accepted a position as book-keeper at the Shu Fix. She commenced her duties on Monday. —Mrs. Karl Haltenhoff left Tuesday morning for a month's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crooks at Boone, la. PIANO TUNING—Prof. Gustavus Johnson 30 years experience. Leave orders at The Music Store. Tel. 348. Instruction in piano and voice. Stu dio Loney Block. —Paul Swenson returned to Minne apolis Monday morning after a visit at the home of his uncle, Nels Swen son and family. —Ingebright Johnson of Thorpe was in this city on Tuesday. He left on the afternoon train for a business trip to Appleton. —Geo. Hellstrom returned last ev ening from Michigan and other points where he done booking for the Hjal mar Peterson Co. —Mr. and Mrs. Roy Downs and two children left last Thursday morning by car for Akely, where they will visit Mrs. Down's parents. —Judge G. E. Qvale and C. H. Sher wood left Monday to be present at the regular term of court which convened at Benson on that day. —J. Albert Peterson of Ihleen re turned last evening from a business trip to the Twin Cities. He left this morning for a visit at Spicer. —Swan Anderson, M. H. Hermanson and Oscar Melander returned last Sunday morning from Fergus Falls ORDER YOUR COPY OF WAR HISTORY NOW The undersigned hereby subscribes for one copy of the KANDIYOHI WAR HIS TORY and agrees to pay to the Kandiyohi War Records Committee seven dollars ($7) upon the delivery of said book. Fill out above order and mail to Kandiyohi County War Records Committee, Willmar, M^in, (Anyone desiring more than one copy change above terms accordingly). Graduate where they spent the week on busi ness. —Violet Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Olson was taken ill last Saturday and was operated on the following day for appendicitis at the Rest Hospital. —Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Young of Ben son visited their son, Atty. H. G. Young between trains last Saturday. They were enroute from the Twin Cities and Grove City. —Miss GaFey, librarian for the State Board of Control arrived Mon day from Granite Falls and spent Mon: day and Tuesday at the Dr. rrpAroao home at the State Farm. —Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bergstrom, Mrs. Reuterdahl £nd daughter Myrtle, and Esther Nickelson motored to Dassel last Sunday where they attended the Mission church conference. —Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Griffin and two children and J. F. Griffin left Satur day for a visit with relatives at Moor head. J. F. Griffin is from the State of Montana but is at present visiting with his son, I. R. Grffin. —Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cramer and daughter Jane and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Cramer and daughter Caroline of Min neapolis spent Sunday visiting at the I. T. Cramer home. Mrs. A. L. Cram er and daughter remained for a longer visit here. A. L. Cramer left on Mon day morning for a week's business trip to Granite Falls and other points. Wiggins Block Changed The lower floor of the Wiggins Block, now owned by Anderson Land Co., is being remodeled, so as to pro vide quarters for the Anderson Land Co. as well as the Farmers' Security State Bank. Two street entrances are being provided. A directors' room will be provided for the bank and oth er changes be made. SVEA May 17th.—Corn planting is now the order of the day. Willard Lundquist purchased a Ford roadster from H. C. Nelson and James Matson. George Anderson drove to Litchfield last Sunday. H. C. Nelson and James Matson pur chased the Ford roadster from Oscai Westerberg and sold it later to Henry Moorlog. near Roseland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tatting. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nelson and Eva Nelson vis ited Mildred Westerberg- at the Rest Hospital last Sunday afternoon. She is convalescing from her recent operation for appendicitis. Mr. Alger Erickson was called to his parental home early Saturday morning as his sister Lillian was reported very low. Mr. Walter Swenson is driving anew Briscoe car obtained from the Farmers Imp. Co., in trade for his Overland. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tatting and daughter spent a few days at the O. Tatting home in Roseland. The Y. P. S. program of last week was well attended and a pleasing pro gram was rendered. John Baklund returned to his paren tal home here after an extended stay at Flint. Michigan. A large number of people from this vicinity heard Rev. O. J. Kvale of Ben son speak at the Park Auditorium in Willmar last Saturday evening. Mrs H. C. Nelson visited in Willmar a few days last week. And. Nordstrom, the Edison man of Willmar. was out here soliciting busi ness Monday. This community was shocked to hear of the death of Lillian Erickson Satur day morning. While she has been sick for some time her condition was not considered critical, A message was sent to her sister. Mrs. Wm. A. Bloom quist of Kenmare. N. D.. but life was extinct when she arrived. Interment will be made at the Free Baptist church Wednesday. The bereaved family have our harfelt sympathy. S 192.A- 3 .1—.