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WARREN SHEAF
JOHN MATTSOT Editor.
Entered into the Post Office at Warrea a^
Second Class Mail Matter.
Legal Advertisements at Legal Kates.
Official Paper of
Marshall
County.
$1.00 PER YEAR
THE STATE SANATORIUM.
The project for a state sanatorium
for the treatment of tuberculosis to
be erected in northern Minnesota
has been sleeping but it is far from
being dead, and despite the heavy
demands that are being made upon
the state treasury this winter, it is
c^ectedj^J_th^bjinor_the sanato
rium will pass, and tha,t_\voivlt_will
be"begun this summer.
The project is not a new one. All
-the general features of it have been
under consideration for several
years and the necessity for such an
institution has been pretty conclu
sively demonstrated.
The report of the commission ap
pointed by the legislature to inves
tigate^ the] [.project makes it very
plain"that the sanatorium is a neces
sity. Similar institutions in othe'
states have accomplished great re
sults and the climate of northern
Minnesota is thought! to be partic
ularly suited to the favorable treat
ment of tuberculosis, wherefore it is
expected that the establishment of
the sanatorium will within a few
years teach the people "of the state
to so live that consumption shall be
come as rare as it is now common.
Under the terms of the bill all pa
tients deceived in the sanatorium
must pay their own expenses if able
to do so, other wire the cost will fall
upon the counties from which they
come. The state will bear the cost
of administration only.Crookston
Times.
Dr. G. S. Wattam, of this city, is a
member af the commission appointed
"bytthe"governor to look into the fea
sibility of establishing a sanatorium
and he has taken a special interest
in this matter. I certainly is a
project worthy of the serious con
sideration of our lawmakers, now as
sembled in St. Paul. On no grounds,
except financial, can there be any
opposition to establishing an insti
tution of this kind. A rich state
like Minnesota, where more than a
thousand deaths from consumption
occur annually, can well afford to
do everything that car
be'*done to
ward off the dreaded disease. Bet
ter economize in other matters, The
present legislature hasj been very
lavish with the people's money, and
especially does the appropriation^
millions of dollars for the interior
decorations of the state capitol,
seem the height of extravagance.
A few frescoes less on the capitol
walls and a few thousand dollars in
stead devoted to this humanitarian
project, would be a wiser expendi
ture of public money. Let the san
atorium be established.
A BILL has-been introduced in the
legislature11
to authorize the invest-
ment of $600,000 of the state school
fund in ditching bonds drawing six
percent interest. Not only would
this furnish a safe investment for
that fund, but be the means also of
developing the state4 The bill ought
to pass.
THE bill for an additional judge in
this judicial district, |has been re
commended to pass. If the bill final
ly becomes a law, we think it emi
nently fair that the new judge be
appointed from somewhere north of
Crookston.
M. E Church Services.
Sermon at 10:30 Sunday School at
ll-:45 Ep worth League at
6:30.able
Evening: The following words will
be the basis of the discourse, "A
an eagle stirreth up her nest, flut
tereth over her young, spreadeth
abroad her wings, taketh them, bear
eth them on her wings, so the Lord
did lead him, and there was
nostrike
strange god with him. Come.
For Sale or Bent.
residence on Fletcher Ave. i'My
for sale or rent, as I am going west.
Inquirejat residence.
MRS. J. GRAHAM.
m^i-^xA jpv Sale. .^i&siWm
Two Drills nearly new, Two Gang
Plows, Four Horses. v"
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DEADLY BOILER EXPLOSION.
Toledo Steel Mills Wrecked and One
Man Killed and Two
Injured, i HJ
Toledo, O., "March 17.RT& toiler
explosion, which wrecked a large por
tion of the East Toledo.mills of the
Republic Iron and Steel company Mon
day, one man -was killed and rtwc-':
others burned so badly that they may
die. The dead:
John Thompson, water tender, aged
41, unmarried, formerly of Findlay, O.
The injured: MelviriUpdegraff,aged
39, night engineer, married burned
from head to foot and crushed by fall
ing bricks Henry Fust, aged 56, watch
man, burned about head and face and
crushed by bricks.
Both injured men have large fam
ilies.
It will never be known how the acci
dent occurred as the dead man was
the only one near the boiler.
The top of the boiler, weighing a
ton, was blown through the air for
half a mile, hurling just over the tops
of 20 houses and finally gouging a
hole fully 20 feet deep in the ground.
Iron flues by the dozen were driven
deep into the earth.
One entire end of the mill was blown
out causing a property damage of
$40,000. I twill take a month to repair
the plant.
CRUCIAL TEST OF LEVEES.
Higher Water Certain Along: Mia
alggiliui and Levee* May Not
Stand Strain.
Memphis, Tenn., March 17.The
crucial test of the great levees along
the Mississippi is at hand and if they
withstand the pressure of the immense
volume of water now rushing south
vvard, the most sanguine predictions
of the government engineers will be
fully verified. The river gauge Monday
morning marked 39.1, a rise of six
tenths since 7 o'clock Sunday even
ing. This is the highest stage of the
water ever known here, and the weath
er bureau officials predict 40 feet be
fore the crest of the flood passes. The
high waterma rk in the great flood of
1S97 was 37.3.
In North Memphis the situation is
assuming a serious phase. Hundreds
of people are abandoning their homes
and every industry located along Wolf
river has closed down. Street car serv
ice in this part of the city has been
practically abandoned and skiffs are
being brought into requisition.
A DANGEROUS MINE.
Successive Explosions in Colliery at
Cardiff. III., Cause Death
of Several Men.
Springfield, 111., March 17.State
Secretary Eyan, of the United Mine
Workers of America, received a tele
gr am Monday morning from Cardiff.
Livingston comity, v/,here the mine
explosions last Thursday resulted in
the death of three men, stating that
another explosion had occured it
the same mine Sunday evening and
that six men were entombed in the
mine. Later dispatch received was
to the eifect th at one man had been
rescued, dangerously injured. Stil]
later dispatch received about noon
stated th at a third explosion had oc
curred at 9:45 Monday morning and
that two dead bodies had been taken
out, and that there were three men
still remaining in the mine, whom
it would be impossible to rescue.
None of the telegrams gave names
of any of the miners in mine.
Miners Sentenced for Assault.
Pottsville, Pa., March 17.Judge
Bechtel Monday sentenced five of the
defendants in the trial growing out of
the riot in Shenandoah which led to
the fatal beating of Joseph Beddalk
A sentence of the payment of the
costs and $25 fine and two years' im
prisonment was imposed on Stanislaw
Zukowski, Anthony Otunowicz, Joseph
Wenskuno, Anthony Eadzewicz and
Stay Lukowski. The two former were
also given 90 days in addition on a
charge of assault and battery and re
sisting an officer.
Mayor Harrison Renominated.
Chicago, March 17.Delegates' to
the democratic city convention met
at North Side. Turn er hall Monday
and renominated Mayor Carter
Harrison for mayor of Chicago. May-1
or Harrison was in absolute, control of
the convention, and was selected fori
the fourth time to head the city tick
et. Erne st Hummel, the nominee, for
treasurer, formerly held that posi
tion, and is widely known to the
democratic voters.
Decision i Ellis Glenn Case.
Washington, March 17.The su
preme court of the United States
Monday quashed the writ of habeas
corpus granted by Judge Jackson, of
the Northe rn district of West Vir
ginia, in the case of Ellis Glenn, alias
E. B. Glenn, and remanded the case
for trial. This is the "man-woman"
case which has attracted consider
attention in West Virginia.
No Strike on Alton Pending*
St. Louis, March 17.P. H. Mor
ris sey, grand master of the Brother
hood of Railroad Trainmen, when
shown the dispatch from Chicago,
stating that the trainmen of the. Chi
cago & Alton road had decided to
unless their demand for an in
crease in wages is agreed (to by the
officials of the road, said there was
not a word of truth in. it.
Another Secretary for President.
Washington, March 17.Rudolph
Forster, of Virginia, was appointed
Monday as assistant secretary to the
president. was educated in this
city and is a graduate of the Colum
bian university law school. He en
tered the government service in 1894
and since 1900 has been executive
clerk to the president.
D#BERJSARD, V,S,
VETERINARY, PHYSICIAN
V*s AN SUBGEON.
Has practiced nineteen years in warden.,
WARREN, MINNESOTA.
T. FRANK* Mi D.
VETERINARY SURGEON
AND DENTIST.
WARREN,
MINNESOTA
SAMUEL COOKE,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
WARREN, MINNESOTA.
ft GRINDELAND,
ATTORNEY AT LA W
ESTABLISHED 1882.
WARREN, MINNESOTA.
S. WATTAM, M. D.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Office2nd Floor First National Bank Building.
WARREN, MINNESOTA.
QEO. E. ERICSON,
ATTORNEY AT LA W
SKANDINAVISK ADVOKAT
ARGYLE, MINNESOTA.
jftyM. J. BRQWIN,
ATTORNEY AT LA W
Office2nd Floor'First National Bank Building
WARREN. MINNESOTA.
FRED LODOEN. OTTO KLINGBORG.
Lodoen & KlinaDora,
GENERAL BLACKSMITHS,
Wagon and
Carriage Repairing
Aud all kind of work done in a first
class manner.
Special attention given to Horse
Shoeing and Plow Repairing.
All kinds of wood and iron stock
kept on hand and for sale.
Give us a call when needing work
done in our line.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
_JShop on" First ^Street., South, of
First NationaljBank, ''v
CTI) WARREN, MINN. WP^
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Mrs. Laura. S. Webb*
Vice-President Woman's Demo
cratic Clubs of Northern Onto.
"I dreaded the change of life which
was fast approaching. I noticed Wine
of Cardui, and decided to try a bot
tle. I experienced some relief the
first month, so I kept on taking It for
three months and now I menstruate
with no pain and I shall take it off and
on now until I have passed the climax."
Female weakness, disordered
menses, falling of the -womb and
ovarian troubles do not wear off.
They follow a woman to the change
of life. Do not wait but take Wine
of Cardui now and avoid the trou-',
ble. Wine of Cardui never fails%
to benefit a suffering woman of
any age. Wine of Cardui relieved'
Mrs. Webb when she was in dan
ger. When you come to the change
of life Mrs. Webb's letter will
mean more to you than it does
now. But you may now avoid the
suffering she endured. Druggists
sell 1 bottles of Wine of Cardui..
iWINEoFCARDUI
wer Pills
That's what you need: some
thing to cure your bilious
ness. You need Ayer's Pills.
Want your moustache or beard a
beautiful brown or rich black? Use
Buckingham'sDye
SQcts of dfugtf.tiorR P. HtJUcCo.,NMhu,N^
ft
and
Spring
And we are prepared for it. Our Spring
Goods are practically all in, and we are now
in position to show the best, most up-to-
$ date and complete line of goods in the city.
DRY GOODS.
YOU K:INOW
and Monte Carlos are the
Th Sinrisj-test XDi~e
It is not only because of the modest price that so
many women wear QUEEN QUALITY Shoes, but because
of the satisfaction they furnish to the wearer in ease, com-
fort and the stylish appearance they impart to the foot.
You can also get fine or working shoes for men and boys
in all sizes, all prices and all styles.
The De Laval
Baby is the
most practi-
ca farm
Separat because!
IT ski ms closest.
Headquarters for
Carpets, Rugs,
Art Squares.
MATTINGS. LINOLEUM
and OIL CLOTHS.
Elegant Ne\nr Line
LACE CURTAINS,
Arabian, Brussels, Ne
and Nottingham Also
a full line of
SCRIM CURTAINS, SWISS, &tc.
BUTTJEKICK PATTERNS for sale here. April Delineators now
have a good pattern, come to us and get a better one.
IX.
Those Eton Jackets
price you can get.
Attention is called to our stock of WHITE GOODS, which comprises the much de-
sired fabrics in both sheer and heavy weight weaves.
Special attention is directed to our MERCERIZED WAISTESTGS our line of PER-
CALES, GINGHAMS and PRINTS, which is now complete. BEST PRINTS, 6 A
YARD.
Call and see our noble LINENSfirst-c]ass
New styles in CORSETS.
Try one of our PRINCESS HIP and TAPE GIRDLE,
cester make.
in every respect.
The best dressers we know of have found pleasui*e and profit in wearing our K.
N. *& ready-to-wear garmentssome of them-1 men who would have felt insulted a
year or two ago if you had suggested such a thing. You needn't borrow trouble about
fit, piece goods, or tailoring. No finer fashions or more diversified stock are shown any-
where. No trouble to fit you, or suit you. No trouble to suit your purse. The good-
ness of clothesthat is, their durabilitydepends on the maker. These are N &
MADE.
GARMENTS FOR SUMMER.
Anything you can think of in the line of CRAVAT S.
But we call especial attention to our showing of Bow-ties and
Four-in-hands, specially suited to wear with negligee costume.
Shoes.
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|T skims a heavy cream.
|T is easily cleaned.^ k'
IT is simplest in construction and
most durable,
does the work in winter as
well as in summer.
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J^TARALSETH.
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Ua CDPTAIMJ
on hand. If you
most elegant garments for style
of the popular Royal Wor-
seit^s
A Trifle
Mannish
Hand-sewed welt,
extension sole.
Most popular
street boot of the
season.
IS BRANDED
ON EVERY
SHOE
EXACT REPRODUCTION OF THIS STYLE SHOE.
Hardware,
We also carry a complete
line of Hardware, such as
Stoves and Ranges, Tin and
Enameled Ware, Steel Goods,
Fence Wire, Wood and Iron
Pumps, Plumbing Goods,
Builders' Hardware, Carpen
ters' Tools, Cutlery, Guns and
Ammunition and General
Sporting Goods. We also have
a full line of the well known T.1
L. Blood & Co. 's Mixed Paints,
Ochre, Lead and Pure Oils.',
Tinshop in connection. Yi
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