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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 23, 1903, Image 1

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DRESSED POULTRY,
BUTTER and EGGS
Top market price day of arrival
Clark Produce Co.
512 Plr*t Ave. N. Tel. 207.
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you, in any other
store ih town you
won't see on the
street, made by
anybody, such
goods as these
Hart Schaffner &
Marx Overcoats.
You will be do
ing yourself a fa
vor by looking at
at these goods
now and you'll be
glad to pay a little
more for them than
forofdinary clothes
You'll be grate
ful to us for telling
about them drop
in and thank us
some day.
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Wl-102 BROADWAY,
Fargo, N. D.
the Rates for Insurance hi tlw
Far East.
They ^eem to Suspect a War Between
ilto Japs and the Russlanif
Will Occur.
London
fOct 23.—The
Washington, Od:. 23.—The state de
partment has arranged for a return from
Mexico to St. Louis for the trial of the
alleged boodlcr, Charles Kratz. The
new extradition treaty does not hold in
the Kratz case and he will be asked for
under an act of comity, an unusual pro
ceeding by which the United States
agrees to return the compliment on de
mand of Mexico.
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AN R'S^DIVORCE..
Paris, Oct. 23.—The preliminary
hearing in the divorce suit filed by
Mine. Rejane, the celebrated actress,
against her husband was begun today
before a special tribunal. The promi
nence of the principals and the further
fact that M. Porcel, the husband of
Mme. Rejane, has filed a counter suit
for divorse, has created no end of sen
sation and the suit forms one of the
chief topics of discussion in the salons
and along the boulevards.
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Lloyds Have Made
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Big Boost in
Lloyds have
doubled the' insurance rates to the far
east covering all risks if the war is der
clared within three months.
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PREPARING FOR TROUBLE
Yokohama, Oct. 22. It is current
ly reported that the hitch in the nego
tiations" is due to the Japanese demand
for equal railway rights in Manchuria,
hut it is believed that a more serious
difficulty exists. A feeling of popular
unrest is growing. The Asani of To
kio announced that a preliminary mobil
ization order has been .issued to the
Thirteenth army division. Though this
was officially denied, the report coin
cides with much preparation against
contingencies. Thirteen vessels of the
Japanese and the standing squadron are
engaged in gun practice off Saseho,
twenty-five miles from Nagasaki.
UNUSUAL CASE
St. Louis Boodlers Will Be Returned
to the U. S. From Mexico Under
k -h
Special Agreeme$t|
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MAY BE DURAND.
British Minister to Spain May Be Transferred
to the Washington Post.
London, Oct. 23.—The Exchange
Telegraph Co. says Sir Henry Morti
mer Durand, the British ambassador at
Madrid, will probably succeed the late
Minister Herbert at Washington,
HERMAN Tb BOX BROAfr
New Orleans, La., Oct. 23.—After a
series of annoying delays arising from
the failure? of vafidus fighters to live
up to their contracts the Southern
Athletic Club has finally succeeded in
completing arran&eihents for holding
its opening boxing shoW tonight. "Kid"
Btoad and Tommy Movvatt of Chicago
v\ ere originally scheduled to furnish the
wind-up, but the latter failed to abide
by his agreement and a postponment of
the exhibition was made necessary,
"Kid" Herman of Chicago has been
substituted for Mowatt and will meet
Boad in the principal event tonight.
The articles cat} for a ten-round go at
128 pounds, weigh in at 3 o'clock. Con
siderable interest is manifested in the
event and a good crowd is expected to
be on hand to see the little fighters bit
tie.
TWO SUSPECTS
Two MenArrested on SusplcionofBe
*, ing Implicated in the Post*
ofQce Robfery.
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Ishpeming, Michi, #ct. 23.~-Two nien
are in jail here charged with t||e rob
bery of jthe Superior postoffice. Th^y
were captured" oh the east bound nifeil
train early this morning. One gives
the name of John Olson and the other
refuses to talk. A third resisted and
got s^way.
The capture was made after a desper
atefight jduring which shots wfcre ex
changed by both sides,' Both suspects
were wounded. The officeis were
harmied. i•
WILL HAVE HOLIDAY.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct.
23.—Beginning
on Oct. 29, all Ol.tti*.
twei£iirlpa^^lierie» operated by
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Wichita, iCas., Oct. 23.-^ telephone
message from Burton this morning says
three bandits dynamited and robbed the
safe of the Burton State Bank last night.
They secured between $1,000 and $2,000
in currency and several sacks of coin.
They escaped.
The bank robbers secured but $2,0001,
overlooking a compartment containing
a large amount.
BURGLARY AT MILNOR.
Milnor, N. D., Oct. 23.—Burglars en
tered the general store of Berger &
Intelhouse and blew open the safe, tak
ing away the contents, amounting to
about $25. The safe .was nearly rtiined.
CRUISER WAS SLOW.
Boston, Oct. 23.—The second class
protected cruiser Denver failed to matce
her contract speed, seventeen knots an
houif in the government's trial test off
Caje Ann. The Denver averaged 16.28
knots and while the tidal corrections will
probably be in her favor, they will not
be sufficient to bring her up to the re
quired speed.
EXPECT NO MORE FAILURES.
The Financial Situation at Pittsburg
Reached Normal Conditions.
Pittsburg, Oct. 23.—The financial At
mosphere seems to have been cleared
and no other failures are looked for.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
•Itmot, Oct. 23.—Glenn Thompsb&jHa
prominent young law student in J. H.
Lewis' office in this city, attempted sur
cide by slashing his throat with a perir
knife. Thompson is 20 years old and
has well connected parents who reside
near Sawyer, removing to this state
from Iowa about a year ago. Thomp
son lias been threatening self-destruc
tion for some time, but no one believed
him to be serious about it. He was
taken to the hospital and has a chance
of recovery. No reason can be assigned
for the rash act.
IT WAS A WILD ENGINE.
The Railway Officials Denied the Sensational
.. *, ftamp Story. .V ''j
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Cln^ftg«v '-'Oct. 23.—Officials tffe,
Chicago. & Northwestern deny the report
that tramps stole an engine and ran off
with 'it last night, causing a tie-up of
traffic. It was simply a wild engine
used at the gravel pit which rat^&way,
stopping when the steam gave outri.
MARK TWAIN LEAVES."
New York, Oct. 23.—A farewell din
ner was given by George Harvey, presi
dent of Harper & Bros., to Samuel L.
Clenjens., (Mark Twain), who will sail
on Saturday, with his family for Flor
ence, Italy, where he will reside for an
indefinite period.
WILL SENTENCE PRISONERS.
Trio of Convicted Prisoners at Grand Porks to
Oct Their Dtei."^'
Grand Forks, N. D., Oct 23.^ranJk
Davis, assault with felonous intentv
Jdseph Tucker, desertion..
Henry Shayer, petty larceny.
These three men will be arraigned
in the district court this afternoon for
sentence.
The last case disposed of yesterday
was that of Frank Davis, accused of an
assault with intent to commit a felony.
The jury took fifteen minutes in agree
ing on a verdict of guilty. Davis tried
to hold up five men in a box car near.
Larimore arid in the mixup shot J. H.
Burns in the arm. His defense, which
was conducted by G. A. Bangs, was
that the critne was not committed in
Grand Forks County, the contention be
ing that the car was in another county
when Dayis entered it
At the conclusion of this case Judge
Fisk excused the jurors and all of the
other criminal cases were continued un
til the December term of the district
court.
Oliver Clark, accused by a North
wood woman of attempted criminal as
sault, entered a plea of guilty.to simply
assault, and Judip Fick imposed a fine
of $25 or thirteen days in jail.
The final arguments in the case of
Jacob Dobmeier against Frank J. Duffy
will be made besot** Judge Fisk next
Monday. The, case has been in the
courts for almost four An
amusing incident
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connection with
the case comes from the fact that Judge
I'laic fetfggested at the time the action
rVf$fi
fcdned for trial tjiuitr a referee be
appointed to hear the aad make
findings. Those ihter«it#i a&Ured thf
judge that it wouki tik* jtoi a short
time to dispose of dtit case and he conr
sented to hear, it ^loiself.
Late this afte|4loon Frank Davis,
f«Jias Ginger, the
j**. Ju^ -Itttiit' as
got twentfliilf "hour:
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AND DAILY REPUBLICAN.
REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHED SErT. 5, 1878. FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA, FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 23,, 1903. FORUM. ESTABLISHED NOV. 17, 1891.
BANK ROBBERS
A Kansas Bank Safe Was Dynanit^l
and Robbed of a Consider**
•"vrh^le Sum. •V .:..
THE TURKS
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Reports of an Attempt to Assassfnaie
a Russian Agent in Turkey Stirred
the Porte to Activity,
Troops Were Rushed to the Scene to
Prevent Any Complications
With Russia*
Constantinople, Oct. 23.-^-111' conse
quence of the discovery of a military plot
to kill M. Belaefiff, the Russian agent at
Buskub, the government has rushed six
battalians of troops there from Kopru
111
lu.
ENGLISH RAILWAY WRECKS
London, Oct. 23.—One person was
filled and a dozen injured in a wreck
pn tlie railway at Sowerby last nipbt*
'i u GOING SOME.
Berlin, Oct. 23.—An elefctric car in
the high speed test on the Mariennelde
Zossen line attained a speed of 130 V5
'miles per hour. 4.
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sldUx City, la., Oct. 23.—Sweeping
resolutions were adopted by the W. C. T.
U., convention. They demand repeal of
the Iowa "mulct" liquor laws oppose ad
mission of Reed Smoot, of Utah, to the
senate, and protest against the legalizing
of the opium traffic ih the Philip
pines.
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NOTORIOUS WOMAN KILLED.
Kentucky Character Lost Her Head In a Fight
'is--She Was a Pighter.
Middlesboro, Ky., Oct.
-tijfhts and feuds many years.
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23.—Alice
Lamb was kilted in the "Keg House"
last night, her head being nearly cut
off by knives. Joe Grim and a man^
named Helums, were arrested. The
Lamb woman was notorious in the
nountain districts, having been in
THE MINES WERE SHUT DOWN
The Court's Decision in Montana Has Thrown
Thousands Out of Employment.
Butte, Oct. 23.—As the result of the
'handing down of decisions by District
Judge Clancy, awarding the Minnie"
Hcaly mine, one of the richest proper
ties in Butte, and valued at $10,000,000,
to F. Augustus Heinze, and then grant
ing an injunction against the Boston
& Montana Mining Co., the principal
property of the Amalgamated Copper
Co. in Montana, all properties of the
Amalgamated Copper Co. in Montana
were ordered closed for an indefinite
period. It is estimated by officials of
the company that at least 15,000 men
will be idle, and possibly 20,000 before
tonight. The shut-down is the most
complete and extensive ever known in
Montana. It is expected that the fires
will be drawn from the Boston & Mon
tana, Butte & Boston, and the Colorado
& Washoe smelters. The Washoe
smelters at Anaconda, are the largest in
the world and employ 3,000 men. The
effects of the sliut down will be felt in
all parts of Montana, as there is hardly
a county that the Anaconda company
does not operate in, in one way or an
other. Wood choppers and lumbermen
will be idle and coal miners will be out
of work in a half dozen counties. Much
excitement, exists in Butte and the town
is thronged with idle miners, blocking
the street corners, discussing the situa^
tion.
In Montana approximately $1,000,000
a week .will be cut off the payrolls.
Butte streets today are filled with 7,000
miners thrown out last night. Boarding
house keepers, store keepers and other
creditors of the miners are besieging the
justice courts seekmg garnishment orders
and the justices cannot serve papers
fast enough.
THE DOWIEITES
A Number of the Restoration Host Re
turned to Zion City Because
of Illaesy.
New' Yo¥k, Oct.
9
23.
—At lfeast iso ^f
Dowie's followers lftt today on a spec
ial train of five coaches for Zion City,
111., in charge of nine deacons. Deacon
Newcombe says they will be replaced
by others from Zion and are going
horn^ because' they Were taken sick in
New York.
GOING TO ABYSSINIA.
settles, Oct.
23.—Robert
P.
ne«? tbe tJnited States consul-general at
s, who is about to start on &
ial mission to King Menelik o|
ssinia, arrived Here this week front
r^%#'vi^'.. Kayre.
WWi AJtfsiwuan nttsMofT early
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Basement Bargains
Best Nickel Plated Chafing Dishes,
any size wanted, JB EA
from, each $15 down to
Horse Shoe Brand Wringers, guaran
teed gum rubber rollers, ball bearing.
Special for Friday and Saturday only,
trom
$5 down to
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10 and
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WEATHER—Fair tonight and tomorrow, rising temperature
At1
10-qt- Tin Pail
of a good quali
ty, like cut,
Special for Fri
day and Satur
i^ftlay, each
12o
one to
Customer.
500 Boxes of Diamond "C" Soap, just
received and will put on sale for Fri
day and Saturday only, A l|(|
for box of icoliars
Book Department
In Basement.
A most extraordinary variety of books
in our basement department -Elsie's
Books —By Martha Fir
ley, each at
Five sets of Elsie's Books of 26
—7
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89c
vol­
umes. Regular price Offc
$32.50 special price.
Also a large assortment of books for,
boys, such as Fireside Henty's^ Series.
Regular 35c.
Special
The Sherrods—By George Barr Mc
Cutcheon, one of the latest books, in
an excellent binding and print. Reg
ular price $1.50. 4
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The White House Cook Book, known
to be sold cvtiywhcK. it-fci. Si
price
26c
89c
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Crockery Department
We have just received a large and
complete line of 100-piece Dinner Sets
of the finest French Haviland, of fine
dainty decorations, only one set of a
kind, we have exclusive sale of these
decorations and shapes, prices from
Zft,00 76.00
Six doz. 5-in. Bowls, a genuine Japan
ese China. Regular 35c.
Special
Ten doz. Teacups and Saucers, of
same material as above. 4| QA
Special ....
Ten doz. 5-in. Plates. Reg
ular 35c. Special
Pitchers and Basins, plain white,
ilar to cut regular price $1
19o
OOasim­
special pair €B vO
Large Fancy Slop J[ars, with large
handles. Regular price 4 IQ
$149, special, each I W
Covered Chambers, large size. Reg
ular price 59c. AKn
Special, each «...
Carpet and Draper^
Department.
Remnants of Milton Carpet, from one
yard up to ten yards regular $1.25,
and £1.35. Will go at this
sale at.
i-yd. wide Domestic Madras, pretty
design and pattern, ....
SILVERWARE FOR WEDDING GIFTS
Ei P. SUNDB
Those Bad Debts.
Have you a past due note that if worrying you? Arc
you unable to' realize on it any way? There U help for you
I make a specialty of collections. When a man comes to m«*
and says "I have tried every way in my power to make that
man dif up, but I can't &et a cent," I am right at home there.
Til make this man my friend, because I'll find a way to make
that note good.
Those art tifc kind of bills waht. make a spedafty of
collections of all kinds. 1 buy outright past due notes, ac
counts or judgments in any amounts. My territory is North
Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. Am I responsible?
Ask your banker or any bank in Fargo.
0 North DtXoti Coli«€tftes»
FARGO,
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SHORTHAND EVENINGS.
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class in shorthand and
JlK Dakfe'Jusinea
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66c
A large and complete line of imported
French Madras, from
$2.50 per yd. down to.. I wU
All-wool Ingrain Carpets 65c per yd.
2T.n
49c
Brass Extension Rods, reg- 4 A
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ular 15c. Special each Ivv
Rra^M Ex tension Rods, reg- 40
a
ular 25c, Special eacn....
is always greatly apprecrat
ed, and owing to the wide
variety and large number of
.different articles, it is less
difficult to make a selection.
The large and elegant assort
ment of suitable gifts con
tained in the collection of
Sundberg's, offers the best of
opportunities for the acquisi
tion of some of the most ar
tistically designed silverware
ever offered.
Goldv Silversmith and Mftf. Opticimn.
70 Broadway, farge* N. D.
DAK*
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BOARD WANTED.
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