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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, October 31, 1903, Image 8

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The Largest
and Most
Complete
House
Furnishers
i In the West.
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SUNBURST
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BIG GAME MONDAY.
The Second Team of the Minnesota U. to Play
the A. C. Monday Afternoon.
Probably the best football game of
the season in Fargo will be played at
Broadway Park Monday afternoon be
tween the second team of the Univer
sity of Minnesota and the North Da
kota Agricultural College. There was
some difference regarding the choice of
officials, Coach Williams of the uni
versity team insisting on acting as um
pire, a thing unusual in the ethics of
college athletics. But with Minnesota
it was Coach Williams for umpire or
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game, so the local management gave in.
Dr. Wheeler will probably referee. The
gophers are after revenge for the de
feat sustained by them two years ago,
when they were compelled to return to
Minneapolis with the score
17
to 0
against them. 1
he second team is said
to have scored quite frequently upon
the first team this year and it looks
like the A. C. boys are up against a
hard proposition. The locals are in
fairly good shape with the exception
!«f Rose, whose ankle bothers him con
siderably. The ,A. C. boys expect to
hold the score down low. They have
?iot been scored upon since
1901
and
•have shown up well this'year against
a number of teams. There seems good
reason to believe the boys will give a
good account of themselves and the
y.- surprise will not be great if the Min
nesota boys are sent home a second
time with a defeat to accompany them.
Pn account of the numerous subs that
will accompany the university team and
i£he distance, the expense of the game
will be great. However, it has been de
cided to place the admission fee at
50
mto
FURNITURE
109.11 BROADWAY.fcg PAROO.
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ON THE CORNER BROADWAY AND SECOND AVtNVX NORlTH
Follow thTe Crowds
'f td Our \Store
PRICKS/' We
HAVEN'T the time nor the space" to waste ttftell you what WE
think ol ourselves or our furniture store, but we are kept very busy
by many customer^, who always go way satisfied, and are living advertisements
for our ^LITTLE
cents, which ought to guarantee a large
crowd. It has been suggested that the
merchants of the city close their stores
for a couple of hours Monday afternoon
-that their employes may have an op
portunity of witnessing the best foot
i ball contest of the year. „Tlje will
be cajled at
3:45
p. m.
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AT BROAD WAV PA$C.
This afternoon ?tt Broadway -Park
the football teams of Fargo College
and the Red River Valley University at
Wahpeton arc struggling for suprem
acy. The local aggregation is said to
be considerably lighter than their
Methodist opponents but expect to
make up for lack of weight by superior
speed. The style of play is likely to
be similar sinqe the coaches of the
two teams were both members of the
Knox College football team last year.
Fargo College has been handicapped
by having nearly all new men
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FURNISH YOUR HOMfc COMPLETE
and as our stocksrell new and fresh, strictly up-to-date, no accumulation of
twcnty-fiveears' standing, we are ittfa position! to make buying more easy
aad^satistactoryjojyou. o
the
team this year, but Coach Ewing has
succeeded in making remarkable im
provement in the t.eaip, ,aijd„iudividual
w o k
HIGH SCBOOpAT VX^LEYCITY
The Fargo H-igh School football
team with Coach Burd and subs left on
the N. P. this morning for Valley City,
where this afternoon a game is being
played with the normal school team.
The High School is stronger than us
ual this year and will probably put up
a good game. Having defeated Fargo
College the first game of the Season by
a good sized score and then Fergus
Falls and the Grajid Forks High
School team the local boys are feeling
their oats. They have not had a game
for sometime, however, and this may
work to their disadvantage. They are
greatly outweighed by the normal boys,
who recently defeated the University of
North Dakota and are reported confi­
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4.., STOVES...
i Everybody is surprised at the number
-of stoves we have to select from. We
Have Cheap Stoves and some of the most
beautiful stoves, that will burn wood,
lignite, soft coal or ooke $uccfes$fully,
"and at prices that are $5 to $8 cheaper
on the same size of'otlier makes.
A Guaranteed Bond
with each store to give satisfaction
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can and do save you money. ..
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RETURNS AT BROAD7AY.
The progress of-the Minnesota-Mich-*
igan football game will be portrayed in
the window at the Broadway Cigar
Store in detail this afternoon, the po
sitions of the teams being given at in
tervals., Xhis excellent news service
will be enjoyed through the enterprise
of the Northwestern Telephone Co.
GrOQD FARMERS WANTED*
"fib make contracts with us for the
season of
1904,
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frlTE FABGO FOBTTM 7MB MILt^ffBLICAJr SATURDAY EVENING, pCTOBEH- 3^ 1903
With
or
money refunded. It will be money in
your pocket to investigate our assortment
before making up your mind. Prices
from
$1.56 fjjr% $60.00
good many are taking adyantage
of our low prices on pianos and.?P£gans.
Don't buy until you look us over.
We
Licensed Undertakers and Eitibiilmers
dent of their ability to down''the high
school boys I,-
FARGO EXCUftsfdri*. tlM
About
160
and longer if desired for
tenancy oi the besfc^Rjed Rivftfr Vallevj
farms Under good state of cultivation!
v:''v•:P' Morton & Co. 'Jj
fM
A GOOD CONTRACT,
Contractor' Kennedy Make* a Sacceasful Btf
For a Sewer Contract on Moataiia.
A telegram from L. W. Schruth a|
Lewiston, Mont., states that James
Kennedy of Fargo ha$ been awarded
a sewer contract, approximating
000.
$22,n
MRS HRANK HALE DEAD.. }.
C. E. Wheeler received a'telegran^ to-^
day from Frank Hale, formerly o^
Fargo, at McCormick, Wash an
nouncing the sudden death of his wife
this morning. The body will be in
terred at Taconia., This will be sad
news for Mr. HaJe's many friends in
this vicinity: T$ere were no J^irthe^
particulars.
TALKED OF OLD TlkES.
^ifiiarck Tribuhe: Mme. de Moire
and Hon Alexander McKenzie met a|
th? train in this city yesterday, and in
led^Tn recollectiot*sr oiip|i
s^Iliee.^Q^iores, with her dafljkjdl
tef
WAS
en route to New York fftei
spending a month or so at her lift
honw at Medora and Mr. McKmMi
«ikr«n roMte from here
Kta
'hpgratincation
at the crikpo
recall an old time acquaints
to be mutual. "I hear you -1
man in the country now," said
de Mores to which Mr. .McKen?ief
tered a mild and modest protest.
MKenzie then replied that the
time he h»d met marquise wi
QiiciWio vhpn he Bad taken dinner
toe margto'S,. and viojU-quise at
t&t Hottse, "1 *|sh you
Wtoflhing said
^e. We ,^||pp|k'ap%\'indis$triesl
could be
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WILL ASK FOR
AN EXTENSION
Vs
Street Railway Company Wants Until
Ang. 1, Next, to Complete
ItsLlnea.
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There Seeitis to Be No Oppositkli
to ^xten^fija CliyCouncll-
An Official Talte,
At the regular meeting of the city
council, on next Monday night, H. C.
Sickler of Wilkesbarre, Pa., a heavy
stockholder and one of the chief pro
moters, and Fred MorjiJl, local attor
ney of the Fargo & Moorhead Street
Railway Co., will appear before the
board and ask for an extension of time
in which to complete the road. In con
ference with Mayor Sweet, yesterday,
they suggested Aug. 1 as the probable
date of the extension proposed.
Th Forum interviewed a number of
members of the city council this morn
ing regarding the proposed extension
of the franchise and there seems to be
little or no opposition to the request.
In speaking of the matter this morn
ing one member of the municipal fam
ily said: "I don't see that the city has
anything, to lose by a little generosity
in this matter. The«genthemen who are
at present at the head of the street
car company are acting in good faith
and I am satisfied if they are given
the opportunity that they will go ahead,
and complete and operate the road.
They have displayed the railroad com
pany's receipts for the shipment of sev
en cars of steel rails, which were load
ed on Oc!t.
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to
Fargo football sports left,
yesterday on the G."N. and P. fbir.
Minneapolis to witness the great col*
lege game -Ithis afternoon between the
teams of the Universities of Michigan
and Minnesota. Most of the boys iii
this vicinity want the Minnesotans
win, but that doesn't •. always
games, so getting is rather light.
MILK FOURTEEN QUARTS 1.
At the above price would it not be a
good business proposition to buy ia
first class family cow? I have eight
jbig milkers for sale. 'Phone Geo. D.
Brown, Fargfy, or Wild lUce.
last night—which denuuMed a
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And the' estimation of "Opara
n Is tasmhither.
Creams
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•r t~-
ctkUi,'
*&''* "4ry'4 «,
and they inform us that
eleven more cars are now on the way,
and will reach here a few days after
the first shipment is delivered in this
city.
"Does Fargo want the strefet rail
way? you ask. I see no reason why
every citizen and especially property
owners should not be in favor of it.
Aside from the convenience of the line
as a means of rapid transportation from
one city to the other and from the in
terior to remote and now isolated dis
tricts, it will be a savior and creator of
revenue. The company will pay taxes
on an investment in this city of per
haps
$200,000,
will employ many men
who will find homes and spend their
earnings here, and will save to the city
in the matter of paving from
$100,000.
$60,000
This is an item that has
been overlooked, but which is provided
for in the franchise. If there were oth
er companies looking for a street rail
way franchise in this city the matter of
extending the franchise of the present
company might have a different aspects
But you know and everybody knowsi
that there is no competition in this,
matter, nor is there lijcely to be. I look
at it as a chance for Fargo to enrich
and benefit herself—a chance .to spread
out and grow—and will talk: and vote
for an extension. ..
"Regarding the
$3,000
bonus now in
the hands of the city treasurer I think
it should remain right where it is and
not be declared forfeited until Aug, 1
next. .Fargo does not need this money,
and she does need a street car line.
With the showing the company has
made we could not declare this money
forfeited on November 1. Of course,
the company cannot complete and have
in operation its lines by Dec. 1, and
then, if we cared to pose as the modern
Shylock we could declare it forfeited
and pocket it. But this Shylockian at
titude has been mighty unpopular in
ordinary business transactions and un
der the circumstances I do not think
the city wants the pound of flesh. The
franchise should be extended and the
money Ji.eld as a forfeit fund until Aug
1." pr
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..ALL DEALER.
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Proof
of}
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Pudding?* Park. Lot 168* ijo..
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Telephone 188.'
A 640-acre
ADOPLHUS ENTERTAINMENT
On Wednesday evening Nov.
is ip the eating. The proof of our ability to give
satisfaction^ farm and city property is to b£ found
in those who have dealt ^ith us. Here are some
of the bargains we pfffr:
a k o a A a i o s
FRUIT BRICKS THE LATEST.
Art Which Housewives knew of Long Ago
Has Again Been Revived.
".F^ts^^n-'^tcks -'Mwd
will spon be on sale at the retail stores
said a ^Fargo grocer, yesterday.
"A new process has been discover
ed in California for- preserving fruits.
Yeari ago, housewives used to put up
what were then called fruit cheeses, but
the art was. lost. The Californians be
lieve that they have revived the method.
The fruit is reduced to a pulp and boil
ed with sugar until it is about the con
sistency of jelly. The mass is then
poured into tins and allowed to harden.
When cool the bricks are wrapped in
tissue paper and will keep for yearsj're
taining all the natural flavor 'of the
fruits. The bricks can be used for
pastry, desserts and any other article in
water, which reduces them to a paste."
which fruit is a desirable ingredient.
All that is necessary in preparing the
bricks for use is to soak them in w*arm
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Cheap Lots on South Side, convettlent to rilffoad
A Choice Corner Lot on Broadway, close to Cathedral.
roomjiouse with full brick basement, woodshed
and barn, on gavement in Island ^$00
An 8-room house on First Avenue Souths close to
business center. Full brick foun
dation. Modern, except heat ...
WM. HALL BEST AGENCY
MERCHANT TAILORING
Fashions in Pall Ffcbrics crowd the
tables of our tailoring establish
ment. Distinctiveness marks the
stock. Many
among them.
imported patterns
.....Furs For Fashionable Folk.....
:Abso,fltc,y ^res®1'
new»
the furs we carry. Our first aim is to sat
isfy--we must gain your confidence--our prices
'^are low, yet, as big inducements as our fresh
furs. Every garment is made from the the most
-carefully selected skins and we ask a visit from
«yerj( lady and man in the country.
"Ko Moth Ball Odor
ROSE a SCHMIDT, jj
EXPERT FURRIERS, CUTTERS and FITTERS
(Formerly with Gordon & Ferguson, S. Paul.) s
612 rront St., Fargo, N. D. 'Phone 423 li
at
Stone's Music Hall, the Scandinavian
people of Fargo- and Moorhead will'
commemorate the life and achievements
of Gustavus Adolphus, the famous
Swedish king, who lived "during the
early.part of the sixteenth century, hav^
ing been born in
1594,
An interesting
programme, consisting of many musical
numbers, both vocal and instrumental,
will be given, and in addition thereto
a short address touching the life and
character of the king, also a brief
glance at the history of the time when
PROTECT
style solid constmcttop.
OLD FOGIES,
"lf!m a good deal of, an old fogy about
some things," Mr,'Push was saying
to Mr. Pull. We want every one
that grows with your Iflyiry apd always fits it. -The
Slobe^Wcrijicke pSttl
•^lia^c" BoOk-Caae
is the oridnal ariii only sectional book^P
andb made by the rrTanufocturere of such goods
in the world. Ifs fyrrpied in a varfefy of grades, sizes
arid prices, adapted to
any and all iequiie
ments. It's a systcm of
units, each unl
withlheperfectii
Ym
door. BUtwe^lbeSed
catalogue on request
«orth Dakota Book
antf S&lfenery Co.
'"J.
k']-
te South, close to
$2fc60
$30
farm in valley, with good build-
ings one mile froqa town. Per acre,:....
A quarter section- in. Berlin Township,
at, per acte...................
^letropole
'Block.
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clean, stylish are
Si
he lived, together with incidental refer
ence to contemporary nations and, men,
as well as a brief resume of Swedish
national and individual character and
characteristics. At the close a light
lunch, will be served in the hall, th£
price of admission being fixed at 5^
cents, which includes the lunch. v
For State News Read The Forum.
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Fargo to kribw that we are all oUUo
gies in the
"Saviagt Loaa,'4
when it comes down to plain business
sense, with every commendable feat
ure that was known to the ancients and
and a few to the moderns, but no frills.
Remember, we are still paying FIVE
PER CpNT uponf savings deposits.
Tin "MVINQS AND LOAN"
HBRB'T L. LOOMIS, Boo. and Treat.
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Fargo, H. D.
BOOK&t:
They're too valuable to be strewn about the room or
house exposed to duit and damage Of course vou
TBeW
get rid Of siicH a case
or^tart a new one th#t will always accommodate your
books without being either too large or too
small—one
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