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The One Shoe for Ladies or Gen
tlemen which is durable and
stylish and comfortable, and
as suitable for bad weather
as for swell occasions, and mod
erate priced—the shoe in which
all of these qualities are com
bined to the greatest degree—is
our famous "ALLRiGHT" Shoe
at $3.50.
See our Laiies' Nsw Spring Style Sho«s,
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50.
Men's Tan Shoss. all the PopuUr Styles.
$1.50, $2, $2.50, $3 and $3.50.
■ I &i<2w93 11
They Were the Most Fruitful Top
ic* of Discussion at the Ses
sion in Minneapolis
Eight new congregations were admitted
) lay, bringing '.he total up to thir
ty-six so far 'luring- the cobv< ntion.
The fourth day's session began yestc-r
--■■■■ truing with devotional exercises,
id by Rev. N. G. 1" ttcrson, Lis
bon, ill. After the reading of the mm;
-; the previous niieii: - retary
Rose! I . d the fol
lowing c immittee to equalise the travel
ing c, ( the ministi rs attending
•;.!.. Rev. Messrs. (). G. I.
Siljan, No] tiiwooil, Jo.; Th. Gronningen,
i •.. md J. if. MeyeV, < Chicago.
The committee on credentials reported
the following new congregations applying
b rship: Samhold, Teeland,
ilinn^ Immanuels, Bolway, -Minn., and
Lanstad, Etagley, Minn. These were ac
The committee on reSblutions, in rc
to tiie president's message, re
i. port was taken up, point by
point. '! he i:rst resolution expressed the
gratitude and thanks of the church to
God for ilia protecting care over the
church iir,ii,..ij ihe. past ten years, and
continuance of the same.
Tins . by a rising
vote. The committee urged upon the
chur : [ng to ana
means of grace. The next
Ihe committee Introduced brought
r.iiile discussion. The com
mittee lecommended that the sacraments
)>o di-i us.s.-.l v.l tho coming fall and
spring of thi different circuits.
Most of the speakers thought it was Un
tie subjects for the
tings had already been selected
by most i ircuita. Tins i">int was re
k to the committee for fur
ther consideration. The meeting thank
ed the congregation for ihe warm sup
port U had given to the Institutions of
the ■ id the liberal manner in
which it had taken part in The cjllection
of the building l'und.
President Hoyme, who was the one who
l.a<l the convention in charge, was also
R< - v. : b loj ■ d In m smory
of the departed ministers, mot the conven
tion • ■ sympathy to the families
of the bereaved, and ordered the secre
tary to send a copy of these resolutions
to the families of the sum-. l n this con
l e.tion the fund for indigent orphans and
widows of ministers was called to the at
tention of tin; church.
The sympathy of the convention was ex
tended to members who had been ill dur
ir.g the year.
Owing to the fact that the present vis
itor for Pacific circuit. Rev. J. J. Hill,
has accepted a call outside of the circuit,
*he election of a new visitor was recom
cnended. Rev. Th. K. Ganstad, Sims, .w
a>., was ..rcl. rod transferred from Chey
enne to Fargo circuit, and also Hew ('.
-M. Larson from Dorchester, Wis., to Eau
Claire circuit.
The committee recommended that Rev.
H. I". Sverdrup's shorter epitome of Bish
op Pontoppidan's explanation of the cate
chism be adopted as the standard '-pUome
of the church, botli in the English and
Norwegian languages. There was a long
in, without «■
The afternoon session opened with Rev.
T. H. l>ahl in the chair. Devotional exer
i onducted by Rev. L. E. Klep
pe. Little l'alls, Wis.
The ordination committee had preve
and reported the following as rec
ommended for ordination:
Th. Rorstad, called to congregations
in Roberts county, Sounth Dakota; C. K.
g, Vermilliak, S. D.- M. j. Stoleen
t,, Madagascar; O. L. Steasley, to Mound
S. !>.; William Williams, to Port
. T. Thomesdii, assistant to
K. <> RaftS-hcl, Boiii-eau, N. D.;
L. L. Masted, to New forfc city; N. M.
to lutton'a Bay, Mich.; S. G.
, Hawley, Minn.; O. A. Norm,
i;x City, 10., and T. H. Hagen, to
Lucas County—ss.
FRANK J. "IIKXKY makes oath that
n,. js senior partner of the firm of F. J.
CHENEY & CO., doing business in the
City o< Toledo, County and State afore
sali and that said tirm will pay the sum
an 1 every case of CATARRH that can
net be cured by the use of HALL'S CA
Ssvorn to before me and subscribed in
n>\ presence, this Oth clay of December.
A D. ISS6.
(Se.i!) Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally,
end arts directly on the blood and mv-
Burfnoea of the system. Send for
Is. free.
F. J CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, O.
Sold by Druggists. 75c.
Kail's Family Pills are the best.
! Kittson county, Minn. All these were ac
■ • i ed by the assembly.
The committee on credentials reported
the following congregations applying for
Norway Scandinavian Lutheran, Mc-
Ki:i!ey, S. D.; Lake Andrew congregation,
Charles Mix county, South Dakota; St_
j Peter's, St. Louis county, Minnesota; Sig-
I dahl's, Freeborn county, North Dakota;
I Lutheran, Pierce county, North Dakota,
I and these were in their order •ccepted.
Rev. Messrs. I. Eistensen. Gary, Minn.,
and O. L. Kirkiberg were, on recommen
dation of ordination committee and theo
logical faculty, admitted to the church.
On the resolution appropriating $13,000
for home missions the conference went
cm record unanimously for Increasing the
appropriation to $15,000.
The concert given last night by Beth
lehem church choir was a success in
every" respect. The music was greatly
enjoyed, especially the organ solos by
Prof. P. H. P. Rydning. The singers
also gave a good account of themselves.
The ordination service begins at 10:30.
The visitors of the different circuits will
assist the president in the ceremonies.
■ Eleven young men will be ordained to
j the holy ministry, one of whom will go
out as missionary to ' Madagascar. The
collection of the morning service will be
turned over to the fund for Indigent or
phans and widows of ministers. In the
J evening Rev. N. J. Ellestad will preach
i and a collection will be taken up for
■ missions.
At Bethel mis-lon, corner of Eighteenth
avenue and Thirty-first street, Rev. N.
Lunde, Dwight, N. D., will preach in the
morning, and-Rev. A. C. Barron, Ottawa,
111., in the evening.
At United church seminary, corner of
Franklin and Twenty-sixth avenues, Rev.
O. L. Kirkeberg preaches this' morning.
and Rt-v. 1. Eistensen in the evening.
A good many private excursions are
•made out to St. Anthony Park to view
the site offered by St. Paul, and most of
them are favorably impressed with the
property and location.
The subscription to the new seminary
has now reached $120,000.
As Halle Steensland, of Madison, Wis.,
haa promised to give $1,000 for every
I J20.000, it means that his contribution
will be no less than $6,000, and undoubt
edly more.
Johu Donahue, Arrested by Anuku
< <;imtv Sheriff.
John Donahue, supposed by a .m ■ ]»• o
ple to be either implicated in or to k,i..w
somi thins concerning the Wise murder
at Anoka and who was arrested the other
day in St. Cloud, was brought to Minne
apolis yesterday by Sheriff U orge -Mer
rill, of Anoka, and Is held at the Central
police station. Theie Is no charge of. any
kind against Donahu ■.
Donahue di es not seem to be worrying
mv h about his arrest, instead ol b ing
half-witted, .-•> was stated in some of the
newspaper dispatches, Donahue is a very
smooth Individual. He declines lo talk at
• .ill and wh^n asked for his nun- says he
don't know what it 1-. Hi.-s home, he siySi
; is in i!..> East and he claims to hav<
on his way lo the harvest fields wh n ar
rested. In appearance he is a typical
"hobo" and deckel dly shrewd. Just what
the Anoka sheriff surmises concerning
Donahue's connection with the murder Is
not known. When he left St. Cioud wth
bis prisoner he neglected to handcuff him
and while on the train Donahue at empt
ed I i escape, but failed as the she.'ift
was too strung for him. After that he
was handcuffed.
Mr. Packer, of Ckleaipo, Profits by
the Liiw'm Delay.
Charles Packer, of Chicago, who was
arrested on the charge of embezzling
stock, was arraigned in the police court
yesterday, and after bearing arguments
of counsel. Judge Holt ordered his re
lease on the ground that the complaint
was defective.
Kilna Hamilton's Presence in I'ro
-1 Jtute Court Initiated I imjii.
Judge Harvey, of the probai • dourt,
yesterday heard arguments on the peti
tion of William Colvin, who claims to b
-1 the son and only heir of the hate Louise
Bobbins, better known as Jennie Jones,
for an order commanding J
otherwise known as Kdna Hamilton, t.>
come into court and disclose where
I has placed certain property belonging to
i the deceased, and which it Is allege 1 sh«
has secreted.
mi \xi<:al'olis viu itEvit;!:s.
Minneapolis grocers will picnic Thurs
| day at Luke Park.
Minneapolis Mod m Woodmen of
Americla wiii hold their annual memorial
services this al ■•■ Wesley M. K.
] church. Rev. J. S. Montgomer) wi»l be
the orator.
The postoffice building at New Brighton
was broken Info by burglars Wednesday
( evening and a gramapnone and bicycle
n. The stamps were not touchi d.
Peter Varbick, a lumberman from Kau
Claire, was painfully bruisad la t night
bj being struck by a beer wagon, wni c
Ing the street at Third and Wasluns
ton avenues Eouth. )!•• was knocked
and his lace cut and his 1. >ad
bruised. Although driving reckksßly, the
driver of the wagon escaped airest The
police took Varbi k to St. Mat y's hospital.
The new bridge ever tli ■ stree ia.iway
Lracks, at inter a :h< n, between I. k
houn and Lake Harriet, has b< ■:■ ■ >m
l, ami will be open to Ihe i>ub ie to
day. The new strui tui c i o^t 56
. about 50 feet north of the old, a m \\ I
having been built to it from Lak<
houn, ami thereby the steep hill has l> - n
overcome, so s ... prove a great ac ox-
I nodatlon to i«ople who go to the lake by
, rig or bicycle.
— . -
Northwest Patent*.
WASHINGTON. June 16.—List of pat
ents issued this week to Norths
inventors, reported by Merwin, Lothrop
<^ Johnson, patent lawyers. 911 and '■>]•>
Pioneer Press building. St. Paul, Minn
Washington. L>. ('.: James K. Farn
: ham and l\ P. Schenk, Princeton, Minn,
blotter attachment for check or r<
bocks; Peter Gilley. West Duluth Minn
self-beating sadiron; Alicia Gorman,
Butte, Mont., wrapping case or bag;
William J. Harnois, James, S. D bag
. holder; Meyer Harzberg, St. Paul-' but
j ton-displaying device; George L. Hough
-1 ton, Woodstock, Minn., globe and fixture
; therefor; Roland W. Knapp, Minneapolis,
water tube boiler; Louis C. Lorin St
Paul, jarless hub; George W. Murphy,
I Northfield, Minn., fuel press; Anton \
P< ti is..a. Bundahl. Minn., device for
transmitting power; Katie Ryan, St
J Paul, bicycle skirt; John H. 'Simpson,
Helena, Mont., land record book; Cyrus
C. Webster, Minneapolis, casting "ma
< heette CexufMiAy Meetins.
cial.;—The Kirn Grove Cheese company
held Its anual meeting on the 12th day of
June and elected the following officers:
Fred Demulling, president; Charlie Get
chel, vice president: J. E. Demulling, sec
retary; L. Wurst, treasurer; }'. S. New
man director.
Mercantile Kioel,- Scorched.
LITCHFJELD, Minn., June 16.—Fire de
-1 proved part ol I and building of
the McLaughlin Mercantile company
pari 'nt iii store. ;■ stai ted in the a
. where the furniture is stored. Dam
■ i; fully Insui
l'lfarts Insanity.
CHIPPEWA FALLS, Wis.. June 16.—
''nee;-Sheriff Weiner has arrested John
Ole on a warrant charging him with plac
ing dynamite under and plowing up the
house occupied by a family nami ! .Peter
sou last Saturday. Oles friends eiaim he
is insane.
OI«1 Folka Meet.
MONTEVIDEO. Minn.. June X.-A
; la lire number of people from this place
fled the Old Settlers' reunion picnic
' at Lac gui Park". Fully 1.000 people were
present. The principal speaker of the
occasioa was Gov. John L'nd.
V<>a»K Man Passes Army.
LAKE CITY. Minn., June 16—(Special.)
—George A. Wflson, son of George Wil
son Sr.. died at 2 p. m. today of cancer
of the brain. The deceased" was only
twenty-six yean of age.
PARIS, June 16.—Frances of 0.-'c n-s.
prince of JoinviMe, fob of u-e a c !,■ u'a
Philipe. king of the French, (a flead oi"
■iijia i
Imperial lani Condemned and the
Policy Which Hus Fostered
Corporate Greed la
PARK RAPIDS, Minn.. June 16.—At the
Hubbard county convention the follow
ing resolutions were adopted:
We, the representatives of the Demo
cracy of Hubbard county, in convention
assembled, do hereby declare our ui
legiance to the fundamental principiej
contained in the Declaration of Independ
ence and most loyally pledge our fidelity
to the republic as the fatoers made It.
We view with alarm the corrupt on in
high places and the criminal record mide
during the past tour years by tne en
throned corporations now ruling in this
Sin Is among the diseases that are
catching-. America has caught from K;:^
land the disease of land grabbing, the
thirst lor subjugating inferior races, b.th
tributary to empire building—the crowng
sin of detid nations and the peril of strug
gling nations that yeL exist.
As criminals pass on to prison they pass
through three .stages. First the crime,
then falsehood as a means of concea m nt,
and at last upon discovery they report to
pretexts in which to find and furnish ex
cuses for what they have djne.
Today the head of thi.-; mighty people
stands before the world unable to truth
fully deny the chaig s mad- and unab c
to defend what has been done upon the
ground of right and justice.
His frifnds and defendents plead that
we are now a "world power" and urge the
countiy to sanction his policy, to autn r
iz^ Its continuance, its enlurgem.-nt with
out inquiry or judgment as to the w s
dom, justice or criminalsy incident to hJa
policy, to accept in silence what has b en
In the history of dispotism. there is -lot
a record of a more degrading subservi
ence than is found today in the Repub
lican party, and which the people of
America are asked to accept.
Thus is brought home to every Ameri
can the infamy of the doctrine that a
people may bj governed without their
W hold that of all modern history, the
most disgraceful chapter is that which
the American nation is now writing. At
the end of this century, carrying on a
war i tablishment of a system of
slavery in Asia.
The nature and extent of our business
can be appreciated only by comparing
Lincoln's proclamation of Jan. 1, 1863,
with McKlnley's proclamation of Dec
18. "My terms," said he, "are Q r st
submission and vassalage. I will then con
sider further as to.your fortunes."
It is the reproach of the age and an
omen of evil to America that one citizen
can be found to approve of tills out
rageous doctrine.
We hold that the fundamental rights
or mankind—life, liberty and pursuit of
happiness -are the supreme law, in the
of truckling treaties, secret con'
and bargains, which hired bayonets and
not the opinions of freemen uphold.
Commercialism is distinctly secondary
and inferior to such rights, History plain
ly .-hows that trade and Commerce I ail
when the rights of men decline, for a
Cxod of love and Justice lives.
That government is not valid without
the coqeenl of the governed. That gov
ernments derive their just powers from
the consent of the governed.
must determinedly protest
tablishment of, colonies un-
Ocr Lhe American li llesa of the
constitution of the United States.
With Washington we hold that no na
tion has a right to meddle in the internal
concerns of another; that every ore has
the right to form and adopt whatever
goverment they like best to live under
AHgneft with Jefferson wo want
neither king or rule'- who cannot be flisi
placed by the common ballot of common
Aligned, with the great emancipator
last ol the prophets, we believe that he
who would be no slave, musl consent to
nave no slave; that those who rteny
freedom to others, <h-.^ re it not im- th-m
--s, and under a just God cannot lung
ned with the second i minclpator wo
••n-,|)h;|iieal,y d.ciate for freedom and the
republic, and we extend our heartfelt
sympathy to al •: siroua of self
government,and de hue thai the living
Bptrii ol Independence of free men is at
eternal enmity with the spirit of the
minions of the crown
Al'.gned with Man-Afraid-o; Hs-Shadow
we "c '-unalterably approved to ihe :■ -
gle gold standard and in favor of tl ■
'J'i •'-• of gold an.i si ver We b
»al the Rag must not stand f r one th toe
'n°n«P»*» and another thing'n^another!
but thai 11 must bring libeity and equal
|3| foJ°.? very pc •''' ■"'•'l by its am- ■
1 We are certain "that a war of subjuga
tion Is criminal aggr. ss!o ."
And we know that 'it is our plain duty
I to Rive free: trade to Pro Ricans y
j Whethi p this great h •• :ome
king o Porto Rico , rr „•• tne
I rntllpptnes remains to be a en; bul :i is
|hftory that, having declared him.,f,'n
■ all thi • gui stions i , the
/"!- ' th?s republic, so loon fs
. T-VJ -■ . "Pon him their
mile. !-<* |. cmt d. retu
jj«w«rt and rank Int , their encr
1" comparison w'th all this vaclllato
'-ur i; ■„,,„ a nd exp'anaM n how g aniv
s.n.u ,„,.,„ ,h. ; sp'endld admin'ltraiion
pt />" v ; I-md. Subjected j ■ t"he peareh
SU'tS 8 aitisan« preß9 »oh? e th« -■!!-
I "ffhted to ana a Haw, emplcy-ng ■ye v
I American cltlaenship. r
j Still water Mews.
ofTtWs Mc?ty "\7Tr C°mPaoy ** tPam
day with the Stanton team r o r»ofl ™ ££>'.
The SUnton team was ahead un«l the
ta.l inning, when by a streak ofhJttS
"• Wob team forged ahead. The eon
: ention W as made by the Stanton t^ n
; that the hit upon which the winning run
: came in was a foul, but the umphe dS
cided: It a fair hit and gave the game to
he Stillwater team. Excitement over
j the affair ran high for a minute, but g , ,„
i cooled down. Members of the local team
I speaking of the yesterday ?a"d
, they were sorry it ended as it did mas
; rnueh as they fe it satisfied they could"
bea< tQe Stani m team al any time
Th( Ravenna cleared yesterday with a
! ratt for Muscatine parties The I izz 5,.
: Gardner and City of Hudson arrived in
port and will remain here a few flays
The lumoer to be used in the new boat
i now being built on tl ::i this city
! lor Capt John A. Kent, of this city
and Capt. Smith, of St. Paul, arrived
Friday evening from Everett Wash
is being unloaded. Capt. X
that work on the boat will be nushed
a- rapidly as possible, and she will 1>...
■ 1 on the same foundation now oc
cupied by D. M. Swain's boat, which will
be launched next Tuesday or Wedn< 3-
I day.
George L Bancroft. J. P. Northey and
a party of Milwaukee and Mlnnea
friends made one of t!u- finest catches
of biack bass ever made in this vicinity
on Friday. They were at P.iy Lake and
■ returned yesterday morning with
buss, averaging two and one-half pounds
; each. The largest we:ghed four pounds
ay.d four ounces.
The Elks" burlesque circus closed last
evening at the Grand opera house, and
the attendance last evening was about
equal to th.it of Friday evening. A
I large delegation of St. Paul Klks wit
■ nessed last night's performance and were
i greatly pleased with the efforts of mem,
: hers of the local lodge. The circus was
j given ur.di'r the direction of W. L. Has-
Ueil. at Kansas City, and Mr. Haskeli
leaves ths morning for St. Cloud, where
similar entertnlnment« will be given next
Thursdaj and Frida;.
The n:i::iaje of D:. F. G. La::deen ar.J
I Miss Carrie E. Smith, of this city, will
occur at the Swedish Lutheran church in
this city next Tuesday evening.
Alexander C. Mackey and Miss Lillian
McDermott will be united in marriage at
St. Michael's church next Tuesday morn
ing. Both are prominent young people.
Miss McDermott having been a teacher
in the public schools .of this city for
some years. — - -
Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jenks have gone
to Lake Minnetonka to spend Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kilgore.
Mrs. Marietta Capron, of Clear Lake,
10., is spending a few days with friends
in this city.
P. J. Seipples, of Dubuque, 10., spent a
part of the week ln this city.
The quarterly meeting of the Pierian
Chautauqua circle at the prison \vill be
held this afternoon.
The Knights of Pythias gave an enjoy
able excursion down the river on the
steamer Columbia and barge Thursday
The marriage of Louis J. Kuhn, of St.
Paul, and Miss Mary E. Goodrich, of this
city, will be solemnized at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conrad, on West
j Wilkin street, June 27.
W. G. Broiison Jr. will leave in a few
! days for Niagara Falls, where he will
! play whist in the national tournament.
Miss- Maud Davis, of Bralnerd, Minn.,
was a guest of Mrs. Frank E. Otis a
part of the week.
Miss Hazel Farmer has returned from
a visit with Miss Gertrude Wolfer in St.
I Paul.
Frank E. Joy and George Rogentln
i have returned from Winona, where they
attended a firemen's convention.
The Ceremonies at Hudson Arc
Largely Att«*n.led.
HUDSON, Wis., June IC—Hundreds of
I people arrived from all over the country
! and from adjoining towns in Minnesota
| today to attend the laying of the cor-
I r.er stone of the hew court house. The
! former building was erected at a cost of
I seme $W.uu(>, in ¥$57, and was one of the
familiar landmarks in this part of the
stale. In recent years it has been so di
lapidated that portions of the building
were unfit for use, and the county board
decided last fall to erect a new building,
; at a c.si of $40,000, and a jail and sher
iff's residence for 06,000. The county haa
a population of over 80,000, and a property
i valuation of t6,006,6C0.
The laying of the corner stone was un
j der the management •■'.' the A. K. and a.
: M.. arid some 300 members of the order
outside the city were in attendance. All
I the former and present members of the
j county board were 7>n snit on invitation
•■ ■ • - /
A picture of the GathniU: church edifice
and priest's residence In Grand Rapids
:rs herewith. Kfev. Father C V.
Gamache, the resident priest, came here
six years aijo, and was the first resident
priest in this locality. There are about
's.\iy families in membership. 1:
1 performing his duties here Father Ga
! mache att•■■nd:- to the missions at Hib
: bifig, Swan River and Deer liivc-r, and
of the committee of arrangements, with
tho exception of one or two member. The
fine band from the Minnesota State Indus
trial school, with thirty-two pieces, ar
rive,! early this morning u> participate in
the parade and exercises.
The programme this afternoon Included
a par :1 j). m. of the Masonic or
( der, militia, visiting organizations and lo
cal bodies. The exercises at the court
bouse at 3" p. m. consisted of choruses of
national airs by the high school and club,
addresses by Gen. M. B. Clapp, of St.
Paul, and Wil'.iain'F. McNally, of New
In the evening a ball was given at the
SIUI Down the Ways la Presence ol"
WEST SUPERIOR, Wis., Jure 16.
--clal.) —The steamer Charles R Van Hise
v/as launched at the yards of the Superior
| Shipbuilding company, in this city, tni.s
afternoon. The !>:< Btja&cr slid down the
ways In the presence r.f thousands of
spectators, including crowds of excursion
ists who came from tin.; W. st, and a large
delegation from trie I'nion Comini
Travelers' convention being held it r.>u
lutfa. The boa '- niinle |h . ;,. jg, ,i
ever seen al the yard.-,. She Is equal in
-!■:• to the barge John Smeaton, launched
last year, and the biggest boat ever built
here, and, on account of the machinery,
■■ etc, in the steamer, tho Van Hise la con
siderably heavier. She Is the forts-fourth
| boat built bere, and has required abou
seven months for her construction. Over
: all she is ;•;; feei lone, and Uer ">nnage
; length IS 439 t -t. Her l, .am is '
: and depth 2.) iv^t 6 inches. There a»-e thre •
i steel <le« k bouses for officers, crew and
i engineers. The Van UN • Is one of the
most powerful vessels on the lak>'s, being
: equipped fn m stem to stern with th«
most modern machinery. The Bteam r
: wan christened by Miss Dorothy Olcot'.,
of Duluth. The Van Hisc Is named or
Prof \'ar. Ili-e. „f the fniversity cf Wis
•imr of various w »rks on
'the Iron-bearing region of the Lak • Su
j perior district.
; Conclude THeir Convention by the
Kleotion of l)fllc»-r«.
ABERDEEN, S. D.. June 16.—The re
port of George A. Pettlgrew, grand re
corder of the gi-ai;d commandery,
Knigths Templar of South Dakota, show
ed the total membership to ba T.'iS, with
eleven eoinmanuerirs and seventy-four
i-^st commanders. The following officc-rs
; were elected:
Grand command*-, ii W. Goughran,
of Sioux Fails; deputy t;TU;:d comni.
iiorris li. Kelly, (tf Aberdeen; grand
aliEstmo, Edward ri. I^orimer, of
Brookings; grand captain genera', Fred
: A. Spafford, of FTaudreau; grand -
warden. Albert F. I'iieh r, of Sioux : w
grand junior warden, John Banks, ol l!u
--' if. John H. Babcock. of
M.teheli; grand trfiamirea. M. i. Ohiman,
of rankton; gtand recorder. George A.
1 Pctti.tfM-vv. of i-'landrea'j; rraiuj standard
r, Herbert S. Pletnber, of Water
town; grand sword-bearer, Charles W.
Adams, of Mitchell: grand warden, Eu-
F. Irwin. of !..•;; grand captain
!of the guard, Kdttin S.: Ames, of Hot
S;ui:;p;s; committeer.oii correspondence, 3.
II Jumper, of Ab-i-i'.-on.
The Stat-. Medical society elected the
following officers for thi' ensuing year:
President, Dr. C. M. Keeling, of Spring-
Held; first vice president, Dr. C. F:. Al
'ord, of Huron: second vice president. Dr.
L,. M. Dlefendorf, of Abe: retary
and treasurer, Dr. D. W. Rudgers, of
f:\Tin si'isnl'u bv Mi.i:i>.
| KiltMuit Comity Den-.uorati KrnlHrin
,:-'i<T>,(iiiinii Doctrine.
HAI.t.CCK. Minn.. JtftU IC—fSpecial.)—
rthi.i: iastic Democratic co.ivcn-
tion ever held in Kitt.-on county was held
here yesterday, most all the towns being
icpresented. Tho following was among
the resolutions adopted:
The Democrats of Kittson county, in
convention assembled, hereby r-;iffiim thf
time-honored doctrine of Jeffersonian
Democracy as expressed at the Dem
1c national convention held at Chicago In
ISP6, and Instruct its dehgation for Democ
racy's gallant leader, William Jennings
Bryan, for president of the United Static.
The new county committee consists of
one from every commissioner district and
two at large, and are as follows:
J. E. Bonvette, chairman: F. H. Mac
kenzie, secretary; William Hessey, First
district; M. A. Goar, Second district; F.
H. Mackenzie, Third district; Thomas
Cannon, Fourth district; A. Dirrach,
Fifth district.
Hon. M. A. Goar was chosen as Kitrson
county's candidate for state central com
>I. F. XiKinan to Central Committee
and i :>.s< ruclH Delegrate.H.
GRACEVII.T.E, Minn.. June If..— (Spe
cial.)— At the Democratic county conven
tion a resolution was"introduced and
ed recommending M. F. Noon an to
state convention as a member of the state
central committee from Big St me coun
The selection of the county committee
resulted as follows: L. \Y. Westfall, chair
man; A. B. Converse, secretary; \v.
Burns, Graoeville; A. L. Zweinor, Odessa;
P. Clarke, Ortonvllle.
The delegates to the state convention
were instructed to support T. F. OHair.
of VVheaton, as delegate to the Democrat
ic national convention at Kansas City,
and the convention adjourned.
Murtin County Gcraupu Kuthusl
tiHti«- f«>r Democratic Platform.
FAIRMONT, June 16.—{Special.)—The
Democrats of Martin county .-it their
convention d< velop<»d ,i greal 'lesl of en
thusiasm, particularly among the Ger
mans, who have heretofore been Rapub
licans and voted tho Republican ticket
.Martin county has been a Republican
county, but it bi to look now us
though tho tide had turned and that the
county will go Democratic at the ne*t
election. The Germans iii particular are
against Imperialism to n rr in, ;i!-'l re
fuse to stay with the party who are
pledged to imperialism aud against the
of the people.
Alter the convention they held wljat
they called a smoke social, at which a
.'irfits the Uiir.i. ;l0f»3
much other work outside , Rap
ids. 'I'h- churi h edifi c is i ■ rge and
commodious, and both II and the pi
'■■ sidento w< re bull! Sim I < ;a
mache came here, the old church having
been d< bI i oyed by Bre after he had been
h'-.<- a year, and there was no residence
at that time. Father Gai
very industrious ium! successful in
luncli and cigars were served. A general
good t!rn« was had. and the del< g itea
went away well satisfied with Lhe con
The success of the conv.-p.ti.ni was n
ly due to Mai Pfelffer, the chairman i (
the Democratic county centra] cotnmit
i c, whose untiring efforts hail brought
together the large number who were
PARK p.j:i.!,>\ «•)!.!.i:(;i:.
Saeceufn] Commeace)ii*Bl Bxer-
FERGUS FA U.S. Minn., June 16.
commencement exercises of the Park
11 Lutheran i ollege was opened
last evening with addresses b
X. Fosmarck . : , |jy
Carl Brusegard, Miss Breva Sork
Thoralf Hoff and Ml Fosmarck!
The followii
Academic Course Th< i. .\ istinson, A_:
ne.s Fosmarck, Carl Brusegard, Thoralf
Hoff, Belva Borkness, Minnie Chi
pherson, Dora Hovde, Car] Clausen, 3y
ver Sleen.
Commercial Course—T. N. Osmon, Xl-
Hng Tweet, Theo. N
na, Martin Colbenson, Theo. Knudson,
Walter Skotlar.fi. A. T. Bakken, Oustav
Thompson, Ole Colbenson, Juliua Lerfalk,
Jacob Davick, T. A. Davis, Carl Clau
son, Join: Lerfald, Charles B. Hoel, Carl
Iverson, Nela Christianson.
ni:w cattle disease
I'ivnk.s Ont in Tf nllillilßf ll 'I'uwimlilii
-ln-riN Going lllfntl.
FAIRMONT, June 16. — (Special.) — A
rather peculiar disease has broken out
in a large herd of catl« In the township
<>r' T( unty. The v rd
comprises about eighty-five head ■<■■
by Charles Fritz. Th» eyesight of the
became effected and gradually
strew worse, until they lost their eye
sight entirely. It do ear to ef
feot the appetite of the cattle, Tor th<-y
eat ami drink the same as ev< r. About
twenty-five of the herd are absolutely
blind, and many m effected by
thf- dis
l"i> to t he presi ni time no
to know exactly the cause of it.
nothing h me bo far to check
the disease. Mr. Fritz, who Is the owner
at the herd, will ask the Btate vetert
to investigate the c&use v" the dlsea
Old Milen 1 D«y Brimfgm Out L«rs«
<;;i I li«Tii!u:s.
LAKE BENTON, Minn., June 16. —This
celebration baa reached an annual
ude, -Hill notwithstanding
the somewhat threatening weStber, the
town has been crowded with old
young from all over the county. The
lK)it:t. a picturesqu*l spot about half a
mile from town, on the lake front, has
this year been fixed up by private en
terprise as a recreation and picnic
ground, with ball park, bowery dance,
lunch counters and various things to
amuse a;:<l accommodate crowds, and
there the picnic was held, with races ul
all kinds, bail game between pick* l
nines of old settlers, while the tov.n band
enlivened the occasion with their music
and new uniforms.
Minnraotu n.iil DakDtu < om nit-rclnl
Tr«TC]en \<meu:l»!e at Du'uih.
DI'LUTH. Minn., June IS.-Some SO
members ot" the l'nitt"i • omitier. ial Trav
elers of Minnesota and the Dakotas as
sembled yesterday Armory hall at the
opening session of their convention. As
many moi 1" were elsewhere about the
The simde programme of the Initial re-
in honor of the 200,000
(|j) l| jolly Elks and their
V v It if / \ l! 11 J Wends, an.l extends to
\SsJUI // \ 11/Ly aU a rlght royal welcome
aJ"N^J\U jvjy^ and assures them of a
/f\ >^^' i°^Y timQ m nis domains.
SfJ vO/ n onor °^ t:ie occasion
\\ J W>md®f.
y^ \ risit usat opt Booth.
s^^yT-^. Watch the daily pa
pers for bargains.
400-402-404-406-408 JACKSON STRE ET.
cept'on was carried out. Mayor Hugo,
K. a. Patrick, l>r. Robert Forbes and
f thers made short speeches. Harry
Mooney, on behalf of the travelers, had
charge. Later th*-:e was a .
session of the gland council, with
roll call of officers.
II" l.t'St It Nrur Hamilton, \.»|
\ v » t !■!.
HAMILTON, Minn., June 18.—Edward
ii. ;i farmer, while repairing ,i
around hie pasture near ihe Mmm
river, found a bic: cle hidden In the
brush i few days aa >. Sheriff M. B.
Dunn, bf Ji< ksi.ii, Minn . came
THufßday and identified the wheel as
that belonging to David Maione, Ihe
man who escaped from a nurse of St.
Joseph's hospital, st l'aul, whil<- out
ercising on May 25. Maione hid Ula wheel
and rode a freight train from hei
Prairie Junction, thence to Jackson, hi^
m a hand car.
rniKiurc Kepabtleama Appoint Del
esjra te».
PRBBTON", Minn., Jtme 18. (Sped
Fillmore county Republican
tliis aft moon el Id Van B v
Langrum delegateji to the county con
■ ■ xi Tiim ßday.
■I'll- rumored widening of the narrow
ple ai uth.
Dynamite Exploaloa Posad to II-
Ihe Work of a Lunatic.
CHIIM'KW., . a1.1.H, Wis., June 16.
--(Special.)—John Johnson, the mat;
held in the county jail on a bhai
placing dynamite under tba
house umj Injuring three members of the
family, bee ime violent ly I
He tore bis clothing from l>i.-t body, n
will bt tak.?n to ili«- Meodota, asylum.
Dynamite Bxploalon Ralna Gate of
<'lii-iiucwu iDii:t Dan.
PINE ( Try, Minn., June 16 The main
■ ma ■■■ mi •
river, a n:i; avn, was blown out
by dynamite about noon today. It la
. to be the v\.>rk of up-river farm
ers, whose land had \i
im.kh i omim;.
ilfiilrd l>y a liuiid, St. < loud Elkd
Will Arrive Monday.
ST. CLOUD, Minn., June 16 The 3 ,
i •loud i." ■ if Elks, No. 516. \ ■■■■ :
■ tend the big Elk meeting in
ul, "ii the 29th inst., In .l bo ly. A
ban'l will accompany
liuntiiwc a Hone Thief.
MAZEPPA, Minn., June 16. -(Special.)—
A sheriff's posse of eight men have been
scouring the i untry In this \'i?-ill ir >■ -
general impression la that the man want
ed is Will r let and escaped
jail bird. Several years ago Pool •■
prisoner at the county jail in
awaiting trial for a minor crime,
evening he played sick, and at an oppor
tune moment overpowered Mi
zle, the sheriff's wife, making h
His wife Immediately left this neighbor
hood afd ' nly reap] time
slii< •> I Ifferenl parties claim to have
Pool In thi neighborhood lately. Tl
cent thefts occurred we*t
of this place.
A dl ntion of the W. C. T- V.
has b< lion hire thla w>-k. •
being preseni from Wabasha, Wi
nona and other near-by cot
Another Anokn Su^prot.
A.VOKA. Mi-ni.. June 16. Sheriff Mer
rill reached here to nigh 1 after bringing
from St. cloud John Donahue, supi
to be Leo H'-ric. and possibly Imp!)
in the Wise mvi
According to I -'S^rs
on the train the trip from St. Clout
an exciting one. Merrill had concluded
not to manai le the prisoner and a few
nii!> - out of St. ("loud Donahue mad
<;je This was
frustrated by tho .sheriff, who was
him. To avoid any fur'! • ■ •
the sheriff put handcuffs <;n the prisoner.
Upon arriving in Minneapolis I)., 1
w»»a !ak<fii at once to the centr<l police
;ic; was locked up,
i the orders of Sheriff Mi rrill. The
prisoner did not say a word t>, th^
Merrill refused to dis 4
the matter. He said he had no news to
£ivc out at present The prisoner would
be held to await developments.
Op*-»**d I v Two I>am».
CLOQT'ET. Minn., June 16 —On Monday
two dams were let off on the w,ni<-r v/a
ters of the .St. Louis and Ctoquet ri
and last niclii there were between 20,
--000,000 and T0.000.00e feet of loga at the
sorting works above town availabl** for
the mills, 'i'hi.s means at least a two
months" run for all the mills on full tim-i,
and it is the general filing that there
New Binding Twine, 9sc Ib.
thousand 375.00 C) rounds New Stl :-?, TV -.t. Pr!'9 r-i .? :Ml
(9 7-8;. Twine will arrive prort ; ■ - /ou." Th;s -
by us May 25th. and wtli be sold by us until tnla lot .a gone at 9 7-8 c for MantJ
Mixed. In ordering this twine order as No. 57 New Standard Twine at 9 7-8 cents, and No. 77 Maa*
It* "Tixed at 11 7-8 cent*. The only reason that we could possibly ofctain thii ••> - -
ad cpot cash. W« h«d r,o f ■ - -singable to *et any twine a* ar , If you
will just think of it a minute. It Is 1-8 of a cent leA* than our farmer friends paid to the penitentiary
pecple a few weeks ago. We always believe when we get a bargain. In divi ling t! • Is and
custDmeri. The above telegram was receive 2 May 22. Twine la now 1.
-^ stfeT" T, M. Roberts' Supply House, Minneapolis, Minn.
will bo no m>r.; shutting down
■' '>' l-\ nda in I family left a few
■ ii, 10., where they will
visit : weeks, after whloh th«y
will depart for the I
turning late In the fall.
! he Big Shoot.
GRAND FORKS, N. l> . June
; shooting match v ■
'he N v th
cvi niiig.
Th ■ ■ mpionshlp
Mr. Rogn, of Buckston, and the high
Courier; hi for the first two
days b 0 and foi
• -;
Falls, wa
aays, with bul one bird
Seymous, and carried >>n the moui
• •Ik's head, a verj nil
I'uirt took third pi
The tame Old < omplalnt.
!•' \.RG< > N I) . June 16
from ;h.
furnished for medic .1 pm ,
;:::;; ass
■>lin«- 1d,,,,,,,., Work.
HOUGHTON. Mich., Jui
fo the 1,.
•l.i ■ X ! vertical W!i: .
■• watei in it
■ ■ noi in., i pi
ppei Oally mrii] b m
s«,nK, ,| \\i, tl |t u |,,.
ALBERT LEA. Minn.. .1

l thl
Uinoiitt Hi»;]i *„-li. „|
, ,svl:
I he 11
the \\ Inona high school I t
nvenli ,
iliatrib ,J
Bp worth l.<-:i _;u.-.
convention of ■■ ■ *
apoils, „ m.
Will CO!
MM \.ii Report,
■ w
} jj
■ m
day bi . did nol • '■ ft
of laal - v.-iiß
■ tin running
cilued to enforce i<■ »
Dynamite Cap Explode*.
.1. if . \.i w
of two nng
explosion ■
;>Hiriii^ a Victory No. ! b
well work. !!•■ ■
liter) to which
l);r>i:ili Broken.
LUVERNE, Minn . Jui
last night, coi
give hour- with
third Uiu, rain duri;
md 1
Mu*lc ut lluftlinKn.
•■'! INGS, M
The d
ntion went ■ •< in
da I ca! aa
A. WTiitford. The milii i
'.}> opU tutned out • i
in th* tho
38 LAKE, Minn., June
Hart It
pany, was; marrii
Mi !■ Bee »ie Bp< ■
Inent grain man of that plare.
i aope> Bhov Ba ■•• <l.
TSRGUfI FAM.H. Minn . Jum
cooper shop of the * >t t*-r Tall mill wa
ed Ijy tire last night. \.<>3*, X\
Xo Inaura

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