Newspaper Page Text
I If oti'f Think-1
be sure to look over the
and buy a lot there. Prices
$100.00 TO $150 00
ON WOWTLY PAYMENT PLAN.
For any one working in any
of the mines these Lots
should surely be interest
ing as north of the NORTH
SIDE ADDITION, one of
the biggest mines will be
opened. The Sauntry,Sliver,
Enterprise and the Alpena
mines are nearer to this ad
dition than to any other
part of the city. This fact
should be looked into be
fore you purchase Lots
elsewhere. Come in and
let us talk this over with
you, as it surely should be
worth that much to you.
F. B. ROSSOM
Tower Hotel Bik, 23 Chestaot St., VIRGINIA
Is a wet proposition, and more than half the time
both you and the plumber are to blame. You have no
business hiring a blacksmith to do your plumbing.
If you let us, you are sure it's right. GOOD PLUMB
ING costs a shade more than worthless work. It is
"Money in the End," and besides that, it saves a lot of
words not fit for print
MESABA PLUMBING CO.
rCttCPHONC 315. 205 MESABA AYE.
He who enjoys a good cigar
Invariably calls (or the famed
The finest piece of goods for
the money on the market
OTTO M. SCHULZ
«Kt ML*'JLl 'JL1 *Mf 'I' 'J.1 '4' 'JL1 'J.' 'l!'jl'*JLf 'J,' 'JL*
|R. A. Holdrigge
I Tlie New Painter I
succmasoft to w. t. mtma 7
Contractor In General Pasting and Decorating
Dealer in Paints, Oils, Varnishes and Wall Paper
8IQN PAINTING DONE
OldBiss Shop 'Phone 305 Virginia, Minn.
COUNCIL BUYS UfRAIKE ENGINE
Liquor License of Virginia Brewery
Tuned Down Upon Keipiest of
The council at the Tuesday eve*
ning session continued its policy of
progression by the purchase of ft
LaFrance full size fire engine, the
price paid therefor being $5,575.00.
The only other bid submitted for
an engine was from the W. S. Nott
Company, at a price of $5,509.00, but
the committe decided the LaFrance
Engine presented features which
recommended its purchase.
The resolution passed at the pre
vious meeting granting to the Vir
ginia Brewing Company a liquor
license for a saloon in their brewery
block, was rescinded upon motion
ot Alderman Mattson, who contend
ed at the time of the passage of the
resolution that the action was
wrong and that the council had no
authority to grant 6 license outside
the saloon limit as established.
D. W. Freeman and other proper
ty owners in blocks Nos. 21 and 23,
at the west end of Chestnut street,
petitioned the council for the exten
sion of the patrol limits to cover
these blocks and for the extension
of the limits wherein intoxicating
liquors may be sold.. This petition
was referred to committee but will
doubtless be granted, it being rec
ognized that the congested condi
tion of Chestnut street needs an
outlet from the over-supply of sa
Fire Chief Thayer submitted his
annual report, including several
recommendations, which was ac
cepted and the recommendations
referred to the committee on fire
and fire department.
The street commissioner reported
that the new winter road to Gilbeft
had been sufficiently cut out as to
permit of driving, and that he him
self had made a trip over the same
and that the road was in shape to
be opened to the public so soon as
provision had been made for across
ing of the D., M. Sc N. tracks.
One of the most brilliant and
beautiful weddings of the season
took place at Trinity church, Ath
ens, on Wednesday evening, Dec
ember 30, 1908, when Miss Anna
Cornelia Griggs, daughter of £.
Griggs, was united in marriage to
Paul Dayton, of Towanda. The cer
emony was performed by the Rev.
W. K. Daw, rector of the church, the
impressive ritual of the ring bein£
used, and was witnessed by a large
number of friend9 and relatives of
the contracting parties. The bride
presented a charming appearance
in a directoire gown of white satin
trimmed with lace and carried a
shower bouquet of white lilies of
the valley. Ttje maid of honor was
Miss Mabel Griggs, sister of the
bride, who was gowned in pale blue
satin and carried a large bunch of
American beauties. The brides
maids were Miss Eliza Shaut and
Miss Miriam Ott, of Sayre Miss Julia
Haverly, of Athens Miss Emily
Piolett, of Wysox Miss Sarah Jen
nings, of Towanda,and Miss Alberta
Cranmer, of Sheshequin. They wore
directoire gowns of pink satin and
carried shower bouquets of pink
carnations. The Misses Edith and
Charlotte Ahbe, cousins of the
bride, acted a9 flower girls, carry
ing baskets of roses. The best man
was Walter Dayton, brother of the
groom. George and Seth Dayton,
brothers of the groom, Rogers Hale
and Malcolm MacFarland, of Tow
anda Leslie Griggs, brother of the
bride, and Andrew Newberry, of
New York, were ushers. H. H. Kin
ney presided at the organ and play
ed the wedding march from Lohen
grin. A delightful feature of the
ceremony was in the singing of "O
Perfect Love," by Miss Grace Stim
son. The decorations at the church
were pink and white carnations
After the ceremony the invited
guests assembled at the house
where a reception was held and sup
per was served. The house was very
beautifully decorated with holly
and smilax, sprinkled with pink and
white roses and pink and white
carnations. The bride, who is one
of the most charming and best liked
of the social set of Bradford county,
was the recipient of many beautiful
and costly piesents from her host of
friends. The groom, is a son of G.
A. Dayton, of Towanda, and is in
business in New York. He is one
of the most popular, young men of
this section. They left on their
wedding trip in a shower of rice
and old shoes and with the hearti
est congratulations and best wishes
of their wide circle of friends.—Wav
erly, N. Y., Herald.
Arrange for Third Annual Ball.
At the last meeting of Mesaba
Range Division No.654, B. of L. F. &
E., committees were appointed to
take charge of arrangements for
the third annual ball to be given by
that order at the Finnish Temper
ance Hall on the evening of Febru
The boys always arrange a good
time for their patrons, and always
have a big attendance, and the com
ing ball will be no exception.
Will Constitute Chapter.
Virginia Chapter U. D., R. A. M.,
wUl be constituted by Grand High
Priest J. E. Cooley, of the state of
Minnesota, on Saturday evening,
Following the ceremonies of in
stitution, a luncheon will be served
in the banquet hall. A fraternal
welcome is assured all visiting
Range Printers 6ot Their Satisfaction.
It is not often that a class of trades
men feel called upon to be mag
nanimous: when, bidding upon work
for. the richeat county in the state of.
Minnesota, but the printers of the
ranges have been compelled,
through the active opposition of
the Duluth printers to their enter
ing the competition for county pat
ronage, to give the county the best
end of the profit-sharing plan tor
some years past, the range printers
having obtained the work for two
The same party of range press
representatives, including Messrs.
Pfreminer of the Hibbing Tribune,
Perham of the Eveleth News, Cup
pernull of the Virginian and the
Enterprise scribe, who have held
the work in past, were Duluth vis
itors the first of the week, making
their annual pilgrimage in behalf
of the tax-payers of the county and
entering a bid, in conjunction with
the ^filler-Davis Company of Min
neapolis, for the county blanks and
printed stationery. Realizing that
the bid would resolve itself into a
case of "dog eat dog" the range del
egation figured it out that they
wanted the work—not for profit but
for the sake of having the work—
and entered their bid accordingly.
It also became evident that the Du
luth crowd, who formerly held up
the county for thousands of dollars
per year on this work, figured the
same way—and they got the work,
there being a difference of 65 cents
on a bid of upwards of $2,000 in fav
or of the Duluth crowd, the work
being awarded Fred. H. Lounsberry
And while the range boys did not
land the contract this time they
brought home with them a feeling
of satisfaction which was worth
fullv as much as would have been
the profits on the work at the
price bid, knowing full well that
the successful bidder will wait a
long time to acquire a competence
sufficient to sport a steam yacht if
he kept an army at work on a sim
The board of county commission
ers were entitled to pass a resolu
tion granting each of the range boys
$30 of expense money for the saving
made to the county through their
efforts in entering the competition
for the work, but depsite the fact
that such a resolution was over
looked the boys will be on deck
again next January, and the next,
feeling that inasmuch as the ranges
pay upwards of 80 per cent of the
taxes of St. Louis county they have
aright to cut in on the bid for such
work. This assumed right has been
denied by the Duluth printers, but
right or no right the hold-up game
has become a thing of the past in
this county and will continue to be
Railway and Lumber Interests Hold
A meeting of the varied interests
represented in the recent amalga
mation of the Duluth, Rainy Lake &
Winnipeg railway, the Virginia
Lumber Company and the Weyer
haeuser and Hines timber holdings,
was held in this city on New Year's
day, after the party had made a
business trip over the new road and
through the vast timber holdings
represented in the deal.
Among those present at this con
ference were Isaac Buxton of Chic
ago, President Edward Hines of the
Hines Lumber Co., S. J. Cusson of
Duluth, A. D. Davidson and A.
Schultz of the Canadian Northern,
Winnipeg, Rudolph and T. Weyer
haeuser of St. Paul, W. H. Cook of
Duluth, Vice President Mann of the
Canadian Northern and A. F. Mc
Kenzie of Winnipeg, beside a num
ber of bankers and attorneys who
have been prominent in perfecting
It is understood the conference
related to the possible erection ot
shops at this point and the exten
sion of the line to Duluth.
Anti-Tuberculosis Exhibit Opens.
The anti-tuberculosis exhibit un
der the direction of the state board
of health was opened at the Roose
velt Auditorium yesterday after
noon, the attandance of 488 showing
the interest of citizens in the sub
The meeting was opened by an
address of welcome by Mayor Haw
kinson, being followed by addresses
by Dr. Tuohey of Duluth, Dr.
Jackola of Duluth, a paper by Dr. C.
B. Lenont and an address by Dr. J.
H. Crowe on thenatureand purpose
of the exhibit.
The meeting this evening will be
under the direction of the Com
mercial Club, and the discussion
will be along the lines of a pure
The mass meeting to have been
held on Sunday afternoon has had
to be cancelled owing to the inabil
ity of the management to secure
the services of Twin City speakers,
because of previous engagements.
Talked Base Ball.
George F. Shea, city attorney, re
turned the last of the week from a
visit to his home at Perbam, and
while in Duluth ran foul of a re
porter for the Evening Herald, fil
ling the news vender with bright
visions of what the Virginia ball
team was to do the coming, season.
A little early to commence the
fight for 1009 championship honors,
perhaps, but none too early for. the
managers of tbe Virginia team to
get their ear to the ground and lis
ten to the noises being made by
some of the other aspirants
scramble for "anything, to do up
Asks $5,000 Pawegee.
Matt Kangas doesn't believe that
August Walberg^a Virginia saloon
keeper, has an&righJt to have quar
relsome drooken mew anmnd ihis
pl^ce andi seUt them liquor,, sac he
has bronght «uit ag-ainal- Walberg
for $9,000. Kangas waa hit in the
eye with a whisky glass by
Salmi, in Walberg?s saloon last Jan
uary, and one eye^destroyed. He
wants Walberg to settle.
The complaint, which was filed
with the clerk of the district, court
this morning, alleges that Walberg
conducts a saloon at Virginia, and
invites people into his place to
drink. It is charged that it is Wal
berg's duty to provide for the safety
of his patrons, and to see that they
are not subjected to insult and in
It is charged that on Jan. 8 of this
year, Kangas went into the saloon
with another man to. drink, and
Salmi was in there, intoxicated.
Kangas charges that Walberg knew
Salmi, was intoxicated, but continu
ed to sell him drinks, and also knew
that Salmi was quarrelsome when
in such condition. He claims that
Salmi attacked him, and Walberg
and his bartender, who were in the
saloon, made no attempt to inter
fere and protect him.
He says he was forced to remain
home from work for six weeks that
he paid out $23 to a physician, and
suffered $5,000 general damages. In
all, he wants $5,100 for his injuries.
Sink Drainage Shaft at Sliver.
The Sliver mine of the Hanna in
terests prepares for a big season in
1909, and under the direction of
Capt, Harry Tallou, formerly of the
Yates, a drainage shaft is being
sunk this winter, that shovel work
may not be interfered with another
Butler Bros., who have the strip
ping contract at this property, have
this week closed down work for the
winter, having the mine in such
shape that with a small amount of
cleaning up in the early spring
shipments may be commenced.
At the Hanna mine of the same
company, located between this city
and Mount Iron, stripping opera
tions were closed down on Saturday,
the property being now in shape to
forward 150,000 tons the coming
The Jennings mine of the Hanna
company, located in the Kinney
district, will clean up its ore body
this we?k and close. The Jennings
adjoins the Yates, where the ore
body was exhausted the past sea
son and which has been permanent
ly closed and dismantled.
Open New Show House at Hibbinq.
Messrs. Smith & Dees, who have
made a pleasing success ot the
Orpheum Theatre in this city sjnee
assuming the management of the
same some three months ago, on
Saturday last closed a' deal for the
lease ot the Close building at Hib
bing, and will at once fit same as a
vaudeville house, expecting to be in
readiness to open about the 15th of
the present month.
The building is commodious, well
located, and the people of Hibbing
will find the management giving
them a show well worthy of their
patronage. Mr. Dees will go to Hib
bing to take direct charge of the
new place, while Mr. Smith will de
vote his attention to the local
Musical Recital a Pleasing Success.
The Musical Recital at the Roose
velt Auditorium on Saturday eve
ning last by students of the musical
department of the Gustavus Adol
phus College of St. Peter, assisted
by local talent, was a Dleasing suc
cess, the large auditorium being
crowded and the numbers receiving
The piano playing of Luther G.
Hanson and the violin numbers by
Joel P. Hanson.,-sons of Rev. and
Mrs. P. O. Hanson, were worthy a
special note. Especially so the violin
selections, the player being but
twelve years of age. His work did
great credit Alike to his talent and
to instructor, Prof. Olsen, of the
Range School of Music, who played
Wedded at Dam Fads, Wis.
J. M. 0'Leary,of the Duluth, Rainy
Lake & Winnipeg, returned Monday
from a trip to Clam Falls, Wis.,
where-on Christmas day he was
united in marriage to Miss Katie
Hunter, of that place.
The groom is one of. the popular
young men of the railroad bunch,
and receives the hearty congratula
tions and best wishes of a host of
Will Erect Fine Home.
James Lavick has let the contract
to Andrew Grande for the erection
of a fine eight room houaeonMaple^
street, just east of the city hall,
which will add-greatly to the ap
pearance of that portion of the city.
Tbe house is to be birch finished
throughout, replete with a hot water
system. It will be in readiness for
occupancy early in the summer.
Will Conduct Joint Installation.
The local orders of Modern Wood
men.of America .and Royal Neigh
bors -will conduct joint installation
of officers .on Tuesday evening pext,
at their Jodgerooms in North. Pole
Hall. Following 4he installation,
ceremonies luncheon wiJLbe served
by attendants^. Asordial InyiUtion,
ie extended allWoodman
Neighbora to be present.
Frank J. Webb,-who has held, the
position of mining inspector of St.
Lctuia county for several months
past hasAresigned to accept of a
position undefevC. T. Fairbaira a»
general superintendent of the Me
sa barange mines of the Republic
IronA.Steel Co^ assuming the du
ties of ianewpoai tion- the firstof
Mr. Webb's resignation was ac
cepted by. the board ofxounty com
missioners at. their meeting on
Tuesday, and the vacancy filled-by
the appointment of Wi HV Harvey,
who formerly held the position.
The mines to be under the super
vision of Mr. Webb include the
Schley, Pettit, Mariska, Monica,
Franklin, Wills, Bessemer group*
Onondaga, Kinney, Union and Bray.
He will continue his residence at
Eveleth for the present, but will
likely remove to this city later, Vir
ginia affording inducements in the
matter of easy railroad access to
the various range points.
Will Discuss Pure Milk.
At the meeting of the Virginia
Commercial Club this evening in
connection with the' antitubercul
osis exhibit, therewill be present
several gentlemen, at the request of
President Lenont, who will discuss
the pure milk question. Among
those to be presentare Prof. Hector,
of the State Agricultural School, of
St. Paul, John UnoSebenius, of Dn
luth, and Superintendent McGuire
of the Slate Experimental Farm at
Other matters of moment will
come before the meeting, and it is
the earnest desire of the Clnb offi
cers that a full attendance be pres
Gives the News
Pay Your Subscription
And Look Happy
Council Chamber. Virginia, Iinn..
Council called to order by the Pres
Present—Aldermen Laviolette. Elmquist.
McNeil. Mr. President—4.
Absent—Aldermen Boylnn and Mattson
Reading minutes of previous meeting.
Moved and supported that the minutes
be approved as read.
Alderman Mattson takes his seat. in
C. C. Andrews forestry commissioner, in
reply to a letter of the city clerk, relative to
about what time the city could expect re
imbursement in the sum of $1258.68 for
forest fire fighting in September 1908 stat
ed that the appropriation by the state for
such purposes, had been expended and
would advise the city to take up the matter
with the legislature as to this account
Moved and supported that the commun
ication of the forestry commissioner be ac
cepted and ordered filed, and that the city
clerk he instructed to write Hon. Joseph
Austin, Dr. Graham and C. A. Oongdon. to
use their efforts in having an appropriation
made large enough to take care of this ac
The clerk of the Municipal Court reports
in writing fines collected in the municipal
court for the week ending December 26,1908,
and amounting to $92.00.
Moved and supported that the report be
accepted and ordered placed on file.
Prank laizar makes application for liquor
license from Jan. 4. 1909, to Jan. 3, 1910. on
the lower front room of the two story frame
building situated on lot 8. block 24 and sub
mitted a $2000.00 surety bond.
Moved and supported that the license be
granted, the bond accepted and after ap
proval by the mayor ordered filed and that
a resolution be drawn to that
Harry Solberg makes application for
liquor license from Jan. 3,1909, to Jan. 2.1910,
in the east front room of the three story
brick building situated On lots 19 and 20,
block 18. and submitted a $2000.00 surety
Moved and supported that the license be
granted, the bond accepted and after ap
proval by the mayor ordered filed and that
a resolution be drawn to that effect.
Virginia Brewing Company makes ap.
plication for liquor license from lanuary 1.
1900, to December 31. 1909, in the one storv
brick building situated on the northern
portion of lots 1. 3 and 4. block 40, and sub
mitted a $2000.00 surety bond.
Alderman Mattson moves that the ap
plication he referred to the license com-,
mittee for investigation and.as the motions
received no support the president declared
the motion of no avail.
Moved and supported that the applica
tion for license of the Virginia Brewing
Company be granted and after approval by
the mayor ordered filed.
Landry dc Pellroy makes application to
the council for the tranafer of their liquor
license to V. Lamont and Mr. Lamont sub
mits a surety bond to cover his application
during: the life of the license.
Moved and supported that the liquor.
front room of the two story brick building
sitaatedonlotNa4. block No. 27. be
ferred to V. Lamont. the bond of Mr. La
ment accepted and after approval by the
mayor ordered filed and that a resolution
be drawn to this effect.
aiak A. a a
A letter from the Northern Fire Apparat-,
us company was read by the clerk, the*
municatfcm totbecitycouncil relet*w*
thedairo ofH&SOagainat the city, ioe
repairs pn the hone road «ln1r1
if the street commisrioQerwouUktnakei
fidavit as tahaw and wiaaq tte ^toller wm|'
-4a«nM£l amithatrit was no of
city as tar aa he
could -see.' that: the com?
pu»* wo*44*ive the. dtjs ctedit for tttA^
-amount and not hold it liable for the (epafe:,
Moved and supported that.the commaaj
icatlon. be referred.to,tbe.committee am*
street* alleys and aeweim
Council Chamber. City of Virginia. Minn..
Deoember 29. 190R.
Resolution No. 247. IStt.
Resolution granting license to sell in?
toxicating liquors to a rrv'Solberg.
By Alderman Elmquist.
license of Landry A Pellroy in the lower* -said alleged absence from said land tras aittv
same being relative to the Jreight on the: aflMavtt, fiied
chemical engine to Minneapolis and the facta
freight on the new hoae aleigb sent
and a pleasant aocial honr. enjoyed Moved and supportaxt that the commun-t oottccfce«tveahr daaiaaA^proper public**
icatfon be referred to the committee on fires 4k*.
Be it Resolved. By the City Council oU.
the Cfty of Virginia, Minnesota: That,tk|
application of Harry Solber» to- sell intoSi*
icatins liquors.on.,the lower floor, nf thf^r
certain three story building situated oqal*#?*
19 Sc 20, Block 18, In said city, be and is lie ray
by granted, and that the surety bond itfifiiir
sum of $24)00.00accepted and iinonaipprQvat?*
of the mayorordered flled^
License to be for one yenriram jjanuaur9.
Moved by AidermanXnyjolatte- supno»ti
ed by Alderman Elmquist. that above jrce*.
ohi tion be adopted.
Ayes Aldermen Laviotottev Elmquliitfe
McNeil. Mr. President—4.
Adopted December 29.1906.
Approved January. S. 1901k*'.,
A1.HKKT E. BlCKEOBDif
Presented to the mayor Januasv 6,-lMll
Returned by the mayor January,5,1S0B.
Council Chamber. City of Virginla»- MIan*
Resolution. No. 248.1906.
Resolution authorizing payment of
December, 1908. salaries and pay rolls.
Bv. Alderman Laviolette.
Resolved. By the City Council of the Cltr
of Virginia, That the following December.
1908, salaries and pay rolls .be allowed and
the city clerk be and is hereby authorised
to drnw-orders on the citr treiiHuxer in pay.
ment of same:
A. Hawkinson, mayor ....T 12,10
W. B. Pratt, city treasurer fiO'OO
AlherttE.-Bickford. city.clerk 75.00
Geo. P. Shea.city attorney 55 00
C. Christopherson. Htreet commia'r 75 00
Ellis Walsh, chief of police*-- 75 00
Win. McLean, patrolman 00
W. E. Lyons, patrolman S 0
J. G. Fredrickson. patrolman 15 00
Eli Maki. patrolman 03 00
A. F. Thayer, chief of fire dep't JO 00
James* Stickney. assistant chief 75 00
L. R. Masson, 2nd asst. chief 63 00.:
Henry Oie, fire-dep't teamster .. 00
Frank Grace, fire dep't teamster... 05 00
Walter Sy. fireman d00
Fred Anthony, fireman W00t
F. W. Goehring, fireman HO 00
Aldermen each $8.33 49 98:.
Dr. John H. Crowe, health officer... 25 OOi
Nels Anderson, janitor city hall'
building 50 00*
I ames P. Carey. Municipal udge .. 200 00
Bessie M. Whiting, clerk municipal
Fire Department Dec. 1908. pay roll. 13 00-
Moved by Alderman Mattson, supported
by Alderman Elmqust. that above resolu
tion be adopted.
Ayes Aldermen Laviolette.. Elmquist,
McNeil, Mattson, Mr. President—3.
Adopted December 29,1908,
A. C. OSBOBN.
President of the City Council.
Approved January. 5,1900.
Presented to the mayor Januarv 5, 1909.
Returned by the msyor Jauuary.
Council Chamber. City of Virgioia^MUinM
Resolution No. 249, 1908.
Resolution granting a license to sell in«
toxicating liquorsto V. Lamont.
By Alderman Elmquist,
Be it Resolved, Br the Citv CouncU of
the City of Virginia, Minnesota: Thatothct
application of Laudry. d^Pellioy, foreran**"
fer of his liquor license to LamOnt toe!
sell intoxicating liquors on.the lower 0oqft
of that certain two story building aitnat-'
ed on Lot 4. Block -27. in jutid cityu. bet!
and is hereby granted, and the auretjjr.
bond in the sum ot- $24OQl0O accepted"an#*^
upon approval of the mayor orderedilled.
License to be from date to June 15.1609.
Moved by, Alderman Laviolettet supporV
ed by Alderman Elmquist. that above* rea*&
olution be adopted.
Ayes—Aldermen Laviolette, KlmquUi^
McNeil. Mr. President—4.
Adopted Decern oer 29.1908.
A. C. OSBOffN,
President of theHGity.CouaicU*
Approve January &• IWr
ST E. BlCKFOVD,
Presented to the mayor January 5?lMfc'
Returned by the mayor January.5, Itol.
Moved andsupitarted that the*bills* in.:
the hands of the City Clerk, be referred tai
Moved and supported that the council ad
Department of the Interior, United States,
Land Office, Duluth. Mian November S8|b*
Serial No. 01858.
A sufficient contest affidavit havloc.beea
filed in this office by William T. ltias«.ot. Vli-?
glnia, Minn., contestant, against homestead*.,
entry No. l5S0i made- October Mtulflpt tat.
8E* of NE*.£*of 8B*£eo.a»..»nd NEK of»
NE*4 8ectioo *l, Township4QN. Range 17 W..
4tbp. m. bg Anna Laraen. Oooteatee, la whlch
It is alleged thatsaM Anna Larger has wtoottj
abandoned said land tTfjisw
lut past and has not lived upon, cultivated
doe to employment in the -AKaw^ Nswr/or^
Msrine Corps of tbe United States .daring.
any war. Bald partiesuun hereby notified tori
appear, respond and offer evidence umeblon
Mid allegation amine o'clock rni.im
14th, 1909, before* tbe BmHatar aad. Reoajaeiu
at thsUnited Slates, Land,Offish -,viFnth..'
Thr said contestant having, in a pro0oe»
pepponal service of
company from Minneapolis to this city.
w«"i«njr nuui nuummiK ma ciiy. ig tirroDT orqOKiO sna rtimrtwl that
Mtte lWtff set fQrtb&
which, ahow. that
notice cannot be made^
it is hereby-ordeeed aBd directed that sucb^
J. o. Baa*** Cmum
Virginia Eatarpviss. Dsc.