"Massachusetts Man's Mail Fiancee Weds Another"
Mad- the at | will was gov- to LONG JOURNEY FOR NOUGHT Massachusetts Man's Mail Fiancee Weds Another. Minot, N. D., Aug. 22.-- When cus Bunco of Grovel.ind, Mass., ar- rived in this city expecting to meet his prospective bride from Ryder, had assured him of her love after swering an advertisement In an matri- monial journal, he found her the of another Arrangements had all been com- pleted by letter. Hunce had sent his prospective bride a diamond ring a substantial cheek with which to for her wedding outfit. Upon arrival in Mlnot, he called his (iuancee at her place of employ- ment only to find that she had two days before become the bride of a poor but hard working young man. Minot. Bunco threatened proceedings by law and was only persuaded to leave the city when the ring a n ey he had advanced were returned him by the successful suitor.