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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 07, 1903, Image 13

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Several members of the Fargor.College
faculty, who speak French, have pre
vailed upon Professor Hitchcock to give
a^'special course in French conversation.
The professor has spent six years in
Paris and speaks like a native.' If others
outside desire to avail themselves of the
opiortunity they will be welcome at a
very nominal fee and they may make
themselves known to any Member oi the
faculty. --s.v
Tlie tncmbers^of John F. Reynolds
Corps, W. C. R., were accorded a large
patronage Wednesday night at the New
England supper and sale of work which
they gave at G. A. R. quarters. The
enterprise was pronounced a huge suc
cess and many who had partaken of
the supper, and could be distinguished
by miniature flags of the nation piftned
to the lapel of their coats or dresses,
were heard to remark that it .was the
MRS.
The Front Street Milliner and
Dressmaker, Says:
"I am prepared to suit everybody
from cheap telt walking hats to the
finest genuine silk beavers, in all
colors, trimmed with wings, birds,
tips and genuine ostrich plumes.
Ladies, I want you to remember
that my work is tasty, done with the
best material and workmanship."
410 Front Street.
WANTED
15*000 PEOPLE
to know that Dr. Geary Is In
Room A in the Edwards Build
ing, where they can get their
Corns, Bunions, Club, Thick and
Ingrowing Nails treated. Now
is the chance of your life. The
time |s short. Therefore let your
feet have comfort while you can.
Remember that Dr.
G^ary maKei diieaioi
of the feet a specialty.
Office
hours, 8
a.vm. to
6 p. m.
Evening* and Sundays by
appointment.
ROSE
EXPERT
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A* r%*
CALUMET
SOCIETY NOTES.
fust as the' seaSoti'^for dancing ap
proaches a cold blast strikes Fargo to
make' society the merrier and society
foiks the gayer. The various cliibs have
had so many applicants for the few
vacancies that an entirely new organi
zation seems almost a necessity in order
to furnish pleasure and amusements for
thjbsc who have the past year or two re
garded society a second day adjunct to
joyous life. A movement headed by a
few Fargo society folks seems .to be on
fofct for such a club.^
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DON'T OVERLOOK THIS OFFER
of fresh furs. Large assortment of every
kind of akjns. We are just in receipt
this fine iine of furs and are ready to take
orders to make them up into garments to
suit your fancy.. We have increased oitir
force of help and can complete work on
date promised. Our prices are low, so
.'low that our reputation is established
with you as soon as you purchase of us#
This is t^^lace to buy Mon's Ready-
Made Nr^Soats—prices guaranteed
lower than any store la the city.
Rtoiodallal tad Rettaivia^
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Powder
You always drive a good bargain when
you buy Calumet Baking Powder*
4bfond If th§ only iigfi-grait bakingpottdir sold at a modtrat* ptiNh?
best New England supper ever served
In Fargo. A feature of the supper was
the entertaining of the members of
the Fargo police 'department by Colonel
Gearey, the police magistrate.
Wednesday was the eleventh anniver
sary of the birth of Oscar Korsmo, the
bright little son of the genial officer,
and the event was duly celebrated by
& surprise party tendered the young
jnan by a number of his little friends.
Mrs. Korsmo was taken into the con
fidence of the young people and the
surprise was genuifie. After recover
ing Oscar set about to entertain his
friends in good style and a very enjoy
able evening was spent. Indoor games
were played and tempting refreshments
were served.
Miss Hattie May of Casselton is .the
guest of friends .and relatives ih ibis
cityr• •. 'V
Mrs. Fred Irish, accompanied by Miss
Gertrude Isherwood, arrived in the city
yesterday on the Milwaukee. Mr. and
Mrs. Irish are settling their pretty new
home and will be at home to their
friends .after Nov. 25.
Miss Laura Mathews of Louisville,
Ky., arrived in the city Thursday even
ing to be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Mathews during the winter.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Schuyler re
turned from Minneapolis Monday.
Mrs. Schuyler has been visiting her
daughter who has been attending the
unversity, and Mr. Schuyler went out
Friday pight to see, the, big. football
gaiihe and to accompahy'Hlswtfe home.
Miss Irene Hetibler of Red Lake
Fills, Minn., is the guest of Miss Ollie
Taylor on Thirteenth Street South.
A number of their friends were en
tertained by little Misses Dorris and
Virginia Lovell last Saturdey after
noon. All kinds of parlor games were
provided and the children were given
two hours of unalloyed fun. At
o'clock the little guests were ushered
into the dining room, where supper was
served. It was a most delightful oc
casion and the little folks were given
a good time.
Mrs. H. L. -Starling left Sunday
morning fpr a, week's .visit with her
father.
The Cetttti# Club gkvfc thefr first
party Thursday evening at Elks Hall.
The members were all out and after
the long rest from dancing each one
seemed, to enjoy the dizzy waltz and
the fascinating two-step. Pirie served
and Rupert played.
Mrs. C. A. EverharfriKritea Mr. Eyer
hart from Los Angeles, Cal., to inform
friends that she and family reached
their destination safely and the trip was
really enjoyable. Little Robert has so
far recovered that he can go about
alone on crutches. A few days ago he
went down town alone and when re
turning on a car met his former school
mate, Miss Gladys Clendening, whom it
was learned lived with her mother, Mrs.
A. E. Clendening, but a block from the
Everhart cottage. The familv is enjoy
ing the climate and scenery to the ful
lest extent. Mr. Everhart expects to
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leave after the first of the year to join
them.
The Metropolitan German Club will
give its first patty Nov. X.
Mrs. W. A. Stickley of Fessendep
came in from Lisbon Thursday evening
and -is the guest of Mrs. A. E. Bestic.
Hon. G. S. Barnes returned from
business trip to Minneapolis Tuesday
morning..
Miss Mable Gunkle of CasReltoB.
who has been the guest of Miss Gladys
Guthrie for a number of days past, con
cluded her visit Monday night ami re
turned homei
Miss Howe of the money ordfcr de
partment of the Fargo postoffice re
turned last evening from Canada, where
she has been visiting for a number of
weeks.
Miss Bates, ex-superintendent 01:
public instruction of the state who 'has
been in the east for several years, is
visiting Mrs. S. G. Roberts for a few
days before traveling on to the Pacific
coast for the winter.
The parents of Rev. -C*. Ei Vermiiyh
who have been visiting here for the past
two weeks, started for their home in
Ohio Sunday night.
Jack Lowell, jr.,
turned from their honeymoon tour Sat
urday evening and have taken up their
residence at the old homestead, 50C1
Eleventh Street South, where they will
be at home to their friends after De
cember 1. Mr. Lowell has resumed
his work as bookkeeper for the Cham"
pion division of the International Har
vester Co., and was very cordially con
gratulated by his office associates.
City Auditor Bert Gibson and wife
entertained a number of their friends
at a Dutch lunch Monday evening. An
interesting programme of amusements
was carried out and tt'.^ry etgjoyahfe.
evening was spent.
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Mrs. E. A. Tyler gave a Hallowe'en
party Saturday night. About twenty
friends were present and old fashioned
games were indulged in until 10:3b when
luncheon was served.
Mrs. Ed M. Andrews, who was Miss
Tuller, is down from Alemeda, N. W.
T., on her way to Lake Park, Minn.
Alderman Schruth returned from
business trip to Helena Monday night.
Congressman and Mrs. Marshall and
Private Secretary Adams left Fargo
Wednesday for the national capital
so as to be on hand for the caucus next
Saturday night.
Mr. and MrS. Thomas Baker, jr., Have
returned from a combined business and
pleasure trip to 'Chicago.
Walter F. Cushing of Bismarck wis
guest at the Waldorf Tuesday. He
has been in the southern counties col
lecting corn for the state exhibit ?t St.
Louis.
Miss NoraMaddem of Grandin is vis
iting friends and relatives in the city
Cards are out announcing a ckrd party
for Friday afternoon Nov. 13 to ie
given by Mrs. E. H. Stranahan and
Mrs. F. A. Bristol.
Mrs. A. Hawkins of Langdon is mak
ing an extended visit with hef daughter
Mrs. F. L. Johnson, she will probably
remain the greater part of the winter.
Lieutenant Governor Baftlett left for
St. Louis Tuesday night via the St
Paul local
At the meeting of Metropolitan
German Club Wednesday night, Mr
and Mrs. E. H. Stranahan were rein
stated. There were two vacancies in
the membership and W. E. Fisher and
John Wooledge were elected members
It was decided to increase the non-res
ident membership to ten and Edwin T.
Reed of Moorhead was elected in that
class. •,
Miss Mae Conklin, a-former Fargo
girl, was married at Jackson, Mich.,
Oct. 38, to Almon A. Shepard. Miss
Mae's father was the tmanasrer of the
celebrated Osborne's eight-foot bind
er in the early
8o's
in Fargo and lived
on Seventh Street South, just south of
Eighth Avenue.
The Rescue Hook & Ladder C^ will
give its twentieth annual ball at the
armory on Thanksgivjfig evening. The
boys are making elaborate arrangements
for this evening and the gay and light
hearted are looking forward to a very
enjoyable night
Hon. John McCarthy of t^ie Co.ntK
riental National Bank of Chicago stop
ped in Sargo Tuesday on his return
from San Francisco, spending the time
with President Lewis of the Rfcd' River
Valley Bank.
Mr and Mrs. Hans Peterson left
Thursday night for Minneapolis. Mr.
Peterson will return in a few days while
Mrs. Peterson will continue to Europe
and visit her old home in Denmark.
She is accompanied by her youngest
daughter, Carrie, and when she returns
will bring a daughter of Mr. Peterson,
by a former marriage.
Scandinavians asssembled itt large
numbers, at Stone's Music Halt, Thurs
day night, in honor of the memory of
Gustavus Adolphus who was king of
Sweden in the sixteenth century and
to whom historians refer as a prince and
champion of Protestantism. *The an
niversary of his death, which occurred
Nov. 6, 1632, is observed as a national
event in the fatherland and the promo
ters of the observance, by patriots in
Fargo, had principally in mind that it
would serve as an occasion fpr the mass
ing of Scandinavians together socially
#id this would add one more event to
tile cycle Scandinavian anniversaries
miring the year. A well arranged and
appropriate programme interested the
large number present and it consisted
Inmost wholly of national music and
Scandinavian folk songs. At the con
clusion of the musical programme re
freshments were served #nd that delecta
tion afforded oftptwtuni^r.lor young and
to visit and talk over times
ttungi. S1|e.jcelA^artdn was an in-
B(|UIlia folk in Fargo
so sucs«|if«jyM|s it in every way
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•ttHfr ARGO 'FOBTTM 'AND DAILY BEPT7BUCAS, SATURDAY* EVENING, NOVEMBER t,' 19031^
there is but little doubt but that it will
be an annual event hereafter,
Mrs. F. J. Campbell will givers card
party Thursday, Oct. 12.
Mrs. Fred Yerxa, who has been visit
ing her sister, Miss Daisy McCrath, of
St. Albans, hear St. Paul, hasvreturned
home.
Mrs. Mattie Davis, superintendent of
public instruction, is at Wahpeton at
tending a meeting of the Southeastern
Educational Association.
Editor Townes of The Lisb6n Free
Press went to St. Lo'uis'Thursday night
on business connected with the North
Dakota exhibit at the exposition.
C. C. Petfcrsori of the Broadway bil
liard parlors, left Thursday for Duluth
where he played Hatley, the cham
pion billiardist of the northwest, last
night. ••••.•v
Dr. I. N. Wear is said to be. showing
steady improvement in every way. He
has left Chicago and is now visiting an
old friend in St. Paul, prior to going
tt Europe, but whether he will visit
Fargo before crossing the ocean is not
known.
Attorney John Frame, who was re
cently admitted to the bar, has several
his connection with the law firm of
Newman, Spalding & Stambaugh and
opened ojces over the Fargo National
Bank. Mr. Frame is a bright young
man and will undoubtedly work up a,
handsome practice.
VALLEY CITY NORMAL.
A normal school band has been or
ganized1 and practice begun under. Prof
essor Boughton.
The board of managers wefe^n ses
sion Monday. Arrangements have been
made for resuming work on the partly
completed science hall addition.
The first basketball game of the sea
son is played today between the nor
mal girls and the Tower City girls'
team.
The last football game of the season
was played here yesterday between the
normals and the team from the state
normal at Aberdeen, S. D. The home
team outclassed the visitors and won
with the score of 79 to o. The Aber
deen players contested the game stub
bornly to the last.
Professor Smith and wife accompan
ied the South Dakota team.
Surveyor Conn has been employed
about the grounds this week prepara
tpry to the fencing of the campus.
Mr. Haggerty has closed his. work
here as athletic coach and has re-enter
ed, the law department of the university.
Itis work here has been highly satis
factory and successful. The relative ef
ficiency of the team of this season and
last is evident irom a comparison of
scores:
SCORES 1902.
i Moorhead Normal 34, Valley City .0.
Fargo College 22, Valley City o.
Fargo High 27, Valley City 5.
Varsity 11, Valley City 5.
A. C. 22, Valley City 0.
Totals, other teams 116, Valley City
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SCORES I903-
Athletic Ass'n. .0, Valley City 11.
Moorhead Normal 5, Valley •Citjhs.
Fargo College ir, Valley City 6..
Varsity 16, Valley City 11.
R. R. V. U. it, Valley City iA
{Fargo High o, Valley City o. ./
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State Normal, S. D. 0, Valley City 79.
Totals,! other teams 43* Valley City
Senior class rhetorical exercises were
held this afternoon. The speakers and
subjects were as follows:
The Ideal Primary Teacher
Nellie McKinney
Hawthprne as a Writer Miss Budge
l^On't Hurry .. .. .. .. Miss Puffer
Our Power Over Circumstances
Miss Knight
Progress Miss Frazier
Jhe Poetry of Life....Miss Alsworth
Emerson .••• -.* •.. Ida Thomson
Longfellow ... ^ivJiV. .Miss Creighton
On the Ranges .. Miss Stowell
The following persons have been en
rolled this past week: Miss Emma
•Bliss? .Lidgerwjood Miss Edyth Schrad
er, Enderlin tlie Misses'Elliott,, Piano
Ijrank Derrig, Mapes Carl Backcn,
MsHenry Miss Lena Brand and Fred
erick Weibel, Taylor Miss' Maggie
Iyallum, Fingal Miss Mary- Flyhn and
Miss Elsie Reid, Valley Cita^ Mis..
Mary Short, Sykeston Peder Lere, jr.,
and Ray Johnston, LaMoure. In all
more than 230 have been enrolled this
yfear.
A MAN BADLY INJURED.
Qr painfully hurt, burned, bruised or
w'ounded gets quick comfort from Buck
len's Arnica Salve. It conquers pain.
£c. Fout & Porterfield.
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PHILLIPS 'ACADEMY.
Jamestown Alert: The board of trus
tees of Phillips Academy held a meet
ing at New Rockford Wednesday and
decided to erect a building 40x76 feet.
The building will be three stories in
height and will cost $15,000.. It will be
so constructed that an addition, doub
ling its size, can be built later. The
excavation work has already been done
and stone is being hauled.
The trustees aiecepted the 'plans pre
pared by the architect and decided to
advertise for bids for the' construction
of the building. Bids will be received
up to Jan., 1.
The trustees discussed the selection
of a principal for the academy but did
nbt decide on anyone, It is probable
that someone will be selected before
Jan. 1, as the board wishes to have the
principal to do some preliminary work
for the institution.
The contract will probably be let at
the January meeting and work will be
commenced early next spring. The
school will be opened next September.
It will be used as a feeder for Fargo
Congregational College.
1 »Rev. C. H. Phillips, of Jamestown,
after whom the academy is named, is
one of the trustees and attended the
meetings.
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Quality and Class count for more it* a
ftove or range than in any other
article of domestic use.
The Garland Trade-Mark is an absolute
guarantee of both.
But One Quality and that the Best.
Sold by first-class dealers everywhere.
The
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Supper,
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Have you a past due note that U worrying you? Are
you unable to realize on it any way? There
OWE'ER GREAT, ARE
enhanced by the wearing
of a reasonable amount'
of carefully selected gems
and jewelry. The miss or
matron who seeks personal
adornment of this character
cannot go amiss if she makes
her purchases here. The
variety for selection is more
than sufficient to meet every
varying choice.
E. P. SUNDBERG
Gold, Silversmith and
Mfg.
70 Broadway* Fargo, N. D.
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I make a specialty of collections*. When a man conies to mc
and says "I have tried every way in my power to make that
man dig up, but 1 can't get a cent," I am right at home there.
I'll make this man my friend, because I'll find a way to make
that note good. V
Those are the kind of bills V %m»ti I make a specfefiy of
collections of all kinds. I buy putrfght past due notes, ac
counts or judgments In any amounts. My territory Is North
Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota. Am V responsible?
A#k jfflw banker any hank in Fargo.
O. W. KERR Manage
North DftKota Collection Atfmcft
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