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j( W«- '111 i ...J.. U'i'LKA iV*. m, v WXSM li Hri ?f:V v T4^-i30%ar4- Wednesday, Nov. II. Production in of tl Form of the Best New England Story ever Written. LAWYER "The Village Gossips won dered who he was, what he for, and how Ipng he to stay. 'f Oretwstrc Rtv. 21. ®*®4©*8KS*«s)^^ CPRTAIN 8:30 SHARP. Thursday, Nov. 12. The Gorgeous Success i THE :fW Gallery ft .*V', TOREADOR WITH i&Jeffersoii De Angelis and his company of 60 people. PROFESSIONAL CARDS ATTORNEYS. LKK, AltTBT B., ATTORNH* A* f»t Hi.,* NORTBD 1.50 1.00 .50 rnofflu' Famous Orobsttra in. tl. RMbMh M. D. IthifclMi KuMmh U.S. DRS. RINDLAUB SPECIAUSTS. BYB, BAR, NOSE AMD THROAT FAlWK^SfD*"*' N. P. Dwo« LAW, ottfces In Maglll Building, Broadway and /.is Front Street, Fargo. Practices In ail TITRNKH, H. R., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Offices lu Edwards Building, Broadway. Practices In all courts. BARNKTT, & 'REESE, ATTORNEYS AT Law—Offices: 4 and 8 Morton Building, Broadway. COLE, A. T., LAWTHR. ROOMS 18 TO 22, Huntington Block, Broadway. MILLER. IIBNRY F., ATTORNEY ANU Counselor at Law. Over Fargo National Rank, Fargo, N. D. HOfclNSON, J. E., ATTORNEY AT LAW. 013 Front Street, Fargo. Practice* in aff Courts. Tax caBes a specialty. dCOrtf, W. A.r ATTORNBY AT LAW, Office second floor Morton Block, Broad way, Fargo, N. D. ARCHITECTS. g., ARCHITECT AND Plana, estimates and de- ArthRANT, W, intendeut. Office: No. 64 'Broadway, Fargo, T6l6D|lOU6 No* A. J. 0'8HEA, AltGHITRCT AtlD S^Pil fuleut, practical plans, speclflcatloi estimates furnished for all klnda Offices N. P. Block, Broadwa ARCHlTBCT-r PLANS furnished for all classM ibond 769. office at 6Ki efo,^ 9. tUtkOTSL Of PHYSICIA#* 12 a. ta physicians A tf to 12 a. 1043 Bmldano^. WWm, ite Earth fc ^growing. .ffce1 Odd$*UcWt» have orgarifzed ai Buford. Grand Forks is holding evangelistic services, /.*.. Flax thieves are said to he operating in Ward County. The county division talk in McLean County is still orh ?'r Now listen for the r^pptt# jof the] mcH'kiirecf htinting deer. Editor McGafian of Bisnaftrck is oi hunting trip at Willistofl. At Fessendw some boisterous? Hal lowe'eners wfcre1 arreted Kenmare sesems to have had .a lot of fun over thfe city election.- Some tough icharacters were ordered, out of \Vi1lii5tpn-—and they went. A numbef pf 'Crand Fcrrkers are plan- nirig to visit Norway this wiflter. Thieves $tole seventy-five bushels of potatoes from at farmer hear Buford. C. A. Hawkins has bought the Wold & Compton drugstore at Hillsboro. "Pod" Cafroll, who -carved a man near Larimore, has secUrdd $1,000 bail. The Bisbee Gazette, edited by Mrs. Wall, doesn't seehHo admire tlfe Sheils law. The Optic wants ishme of the stones removed from the main street in Minot. ^Pieree County is sending more pris oners to -Devils Lake for safe keep ing. .. The lack' ^f, gbcid water supply ,r«tj Mohall cbiitinues to he a source of worry.: "Hallowe'en hoodlums'' was the allit eral way some ©f the editors referred' to 'em. Westhope should make a great town as it is located in a magnificent farm ing region The papers still criticise the Hamil ton Christian who wanted to debate at so much a side. taken Two changes Gust Anderson of Bowbells wfent t'6 ArizQna for his health but died of Ctjiif sumption soon after his arrival. The.Oberon Reporter wants Banker Styles^ of Maddock acquitted on the charge of kicking a man to death* City Editor Donahoe of The James town Alert has accepted the position of telegraph «ditqr of The Grand Forks Herald. Thf Grand Forks' Plairidealer in sists on the appointment of a democrat fof county commissioner from a repub lican district. Jack McDo^^d of. Grafton.' came, .to Fargo and met a brother he had riot seen for fifteen years, who-was en route to the ^Pacific coast. The'1 Devjls Lake Kews thinks the supposedly better class of citizens art setting others a bad example in the Te pe&ted violations af I f4f.^_rT-._.W'Wer* from Judge Marjt Hunt ot Fessenden in the same suit. An exchange Wondfers why the small est guests at church fairs are usually the largest eaters. The team attached to the hotel bus at Fairmount created some diversion by running away. Some of the war correspondents now in Japan and Russia will have,to hurry to get back to Panama. Editor Kelly, who has been doing tli^ heavy stunt on The Cando Democrat has returned to Illinois. A guardian has been asked for a farmer near Grand Forks, who is said to be wasting his wealth. Contractor Porritt of Fargo is get ^ting' Chfe«Jaifteafryit natter mains started in good shape. ^he people of Bottineau are nicking an earnest and united effort to secure the Presbyterian academy. the laws. The people at Berthold petitiorted for a loading platform but the secretary of* the railway_ commission notified then! nothing could be done this fall. Miss Patton, formerly a teacher of the Bismarck sChdolS wrttes 'interest ingjy to capital city friends of her ex perience as a teacher in Pbrto Rico. James Leathart of Fairmount, who yvas appointed to a position in the in ternal revenue office at Aberdeen, has been in the postoffice for five years. When the G. N. get the branches frdm Granville to Mohall and from iicittineau to Westhope—extended sd •they me«t-rrth«^e ^wjll a good^ n^w (6wn. r-*/ The Great Northern Avill make good town on the Montana line nea^ Buford and "Old Bill" Mumby rejoices that Ihere will be something doing in that section. There have, been so niat^ ail deliv4 eries wheje a ci&e knife was converted e pf the jailerj into a fi*w-rt are furn| but pewt«r| t«i. 9» u onoft a The T^S lack of per was nington, iem^^fci ¥6r nothinj the pa 111.##-1 u^m T-v*-'1 ••..!.'Cil'i: Jlirt. C. ffiever, Vice-Pres.| MefitMtlwaukee,Wls., Busioese of t6e ffriliion women |mitt been restored to health by iiiilng Lydia E. Piokhant's V^c tdUe Compound. Dear Mrs. Pixkham:— I was mar ried for -several years and ,no children blessed my home. The doctor said I had a complication of female troubles and I could not have any children un less I.could be cured. He tried to cure me, but after experimenting for aev ei*»l months, my husband became dis gusted, and ono night when we noticed the testimonial of a woman who had been cured of similar trouble through the use of Lydia E. Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound, he went out and bought a bottle for me. I used •your medicine for three and one-half months, improving1 steadily in health, and in twenty-two months a child came. I cannot fully express the joy and thankfulness that is in my heart. Our home is a different place now, as we have something to live for, and all the credit is due. to Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com pound. Yours .very sincerely, MttS. L. C. GLOVER, 614 Grove St., Milwaukee, Wis." Vice President, Milwaukee Business Woman's Association. $5000 forfeit If original of about letttr pr0*ln§ gtauine flm cannot tie produced,. CONDUCTOR ADAMS NOT FREE The Supreme COtirt Denied the Petition fajra Writ of Habeas Corpus. .• s /. BUmarek Tribune: The mipreme court has denied the request for a writ of habeas corpus made recently on b^ half of oiife 'Adams, a pfisoher in tfje La Moure County jail, against the sherj iff of LaMotire County. Adams was art rested last spring, and-applied for writ of habeas corpus on the groun that he had not had the speedy tri guaranteed him under the law. Th case was argued before the justices the supreme court, who. deny the wri No opinion has yet been, handed dowr The appeal in the case of Flora Frost, respondent, vs. George L. Bic ford, appellant, has been dismissed the court,' for want of- prosecutior under the court ruleife. This is th appeal in the case involving the offic^ of county superintendent of schools in Ward County. Miss Frost, a candidate for the office, received the larger num ber of votes, but a contest was insti^ tuted by George L. Bickford, on the ground that Miss Frost was not a rese dfint of Ward County Judge Cowan, oh a hearing of the case decided in favor of Miss Frost, and Bickford appealed. The appeal has been dismissed by the a. FINAL SASKATCHEWAN/. Excursion, Nov. I2 1903. Those who went on the Canada-North Dakota Land Co.'s last excursion are so enthusiastic, that another party will leave Fargo,' Thursday morning, Nov. 12( on the Great Northern. A special sleeping car will be set out here Wednesday night. This is furnished free to those going. A porter accompanies the car. It is provided with a range. Those who de sire can prepare their own meals, eli route. Round trip far $31.25. Good weather is reported from Rosthern. .v£ vGeo., H. Phelps, .Manager, •. .$82.90 IS THE RATE. From St. I*aul and Minneapolis to Salt Lake City and t)gden, Utah Po catelk, Idaho and Denver, Colorado Sprinasi 'Pueblo, Gtand Junction and GlenwoOd, Col. via Chicago Great Western railway. Tickets on sale daily up to November 30 inclusive. Super ior service and unequaUed equipment. Full information on appkeation to any Chicago Great Western agent, or to J. P. Elm&V'G. JP. A., Chicagov I1L State f^^ws} Read TTie Forum fat* w c- bring the prescripit16i\ to us. You or jM,de» In $ RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED. Exijtutlve p^mltfttMliTlsaaoa C«airea» Urces dovernor to Appoint State Engineer. The executive committee of the North Dakota Irrigation Congress adjourned yesterday afternoon, after thoroughly and taking action On ways and means to accomplish the principal object of the as sociation, to secure the proper and most beneficial expenditure of the irrigation fund, due this state, and also to prevent its diversion to other states. From data already in the hands of the com mittee it' is felt that it £an be demon*, strated to! the authorities at Washing ton that there are arid and semi-arid re gions in this state where the money to the credit of this state, can be profitably and judiciously expended. The following resolutions wfere pre sented by Colonel Robinson and unani mously adopted: "Resolved, that We are in favor of thej governor of the state appointing a competent man as state engineer be lieving that such action is necessary in order to secure the benefits of the irrigation law and we also believe that tlie people of the state will support such action on the part of the chief executive of North Dakota and will also approve the necessary expenses of saidl office. "Resolved that we recommend to the political parties that in all counties, competent civil engineers be named for the office of county surveyor, as much of the details of the premliminary work of irrigation can be thus performed and the counties thus officered will re ceive greatest immediate returns and such action will further the irrigation work and bring it to a successful con summation much earlier than would otherwise be the case." On motion of Colonel Robinson, sec onded by Secretary Brown, it was ar ranged that each editor in the state would have sent to lnm a certificate of membership free. The motion prevailed. 1 he matter of providing funds to pay for the publication of the proposed pamphlet and other items of printing needed by the committee was discussed and it was stated that several counties in the state were prepared to make liberal appropriations towards the gen eral expense fund. Circular letters will be sent to all county boards, presenting the objects of the association to them and plans of the work outlined will be explained to them in person by repre sentatives in each county. It being announced that all the busi ness had ben disposed of Colonel Rob inson moved that the .committee do now adjourn and it was so ordered. Presi dent Williams will call another meeting when necessary. A MAN BADLY INJURED, Or painfully hurt, burned, bruised or wounded gets quick comfort from Buck len's Arnica Salve. It conquers pain 25c. & Porterfield. ... ASPHYXIATED?* Fessenden Free Press: John Meux, a well known young man about town, died by asphyxiation in a well on Dave Pross place last Tuesdaiy morning. Mr Meux, in partnership with N. G. Cook was digging an eighteen inch auger hole well for Dave Pross.. They had blasted withd ynamite, the night previous and is is presumed that it was from the effects of the dynamite gas that he died. Dave Pross attempted to rescue young Meux hut was unable to do so the first time down. The second time down he got him, but too late for restoration. Young Meux has relatives at Alpena, Mich., who were notified* i NIP THEM IN THE BUDi^ If you have loss of appetite, headache constipation biliousness take Elec trie Bitters. It cures or 110 pay. ©sly 50c. \Fout & Porterfield. WATER SUPPLY. •s Jamestown Alert: The men who have been deepening the city well have completed work. A great flow of water was secured ip a strata below where the supply has been coming from in the past and will furnish all the water necessary for fire protection and do mestic purposes. Chairman Kurtz, of the water com. mittee, who has had charge of th^ work says there is .no question but that the well will furnish all the water that wijl be needed by the city. Two pumps have been worked on the well at once arid cannot pump the well dry. The water is pure and preferable to many of the closed wells in the city. It was found that there was no foundation for the reports that the Well Was, in all Unhealthy condition. The deepening of the well Wtts ac complished without the expenditure of very mnch money and has proved to be an easy solution of the water problem GQQD FARMERS WANTED. To make contracts with us for the season of 1904, and longer if desirtd for tettancy of the best Red River Valley '"rms under good state of cultivation Morton & Co MIGHT BOOST THE SALARY. I^mriions County Record: Stipenn lent Coventry says that at, least ^.of ecfeool* in Emmons County ar0 Perhaps if the peo Stricts that are minus teach & $5 or $10 on the salary get*• what -they* want wages for teach out in this si Ibe. The new t* settled that &!i v .. V* .... AMUSEMENTS. Nov. 11.—Quincy Adams Sawyef»? Nov. 12.—Jefferson de" Angelis/ N o v O w e n Nov. izS:—Thomas' Famous Orches tra. U,'.* There" are less than six full-fledged love stories' ifi progress all the time through the story of "Quincy Adams Sawyer," the' big' New England play which comCs to the Fargo operahouse tomorrow evening fresh from the scenes of its great New York triumphs at the Academy of Mufeic. And this is -with o'ut the aid of a villain. There is no villain in this rural drama neither is there-a wronged girl, a lost will, a mortgage on the farm, nor a cruel un cle. These unique features have been great elements in the success of "the play everywhere. Jefferson de Angelis, one of the few star comedians'in'comic opera, will ap pear at the .Fargo, operahouse oil Thursday evening in the brilliant comic opera and musical hit, "The Toreador." Critics everywhere, since the pre-*, miere,.. of this piece, have accorded it most unstinted praise, especially com-' mending the book for the cleverness of its construction and the develop ment of its humor, lauding the lyrics for their witty lines and the music for its fascinating brilliancy. The company to present it here will be one of unusual excellence and size. The stage settings and costumes wijl be the richest we have yet seen in comic opera or musical comedy. The Factory Is the Place to Buy .*» At a great saving. Inspection will .proVt^'profitable to intending pur chasers." :'v- tt a by Connoisseurs quality delicious natural /1 beg to announce that my ^tocte is now complete, and contains ^tv^rything known in tailoringfr44 615 N •4. 10-,%^-. 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MILWAUKEE EXPORT A Watch for the triangular lab e on the bottle—It s a n s o u n i formity an^i a 11 that's god 4 and pure in be^ir. Alwa&f the Same Good Qtd Btafz Val Bl&tz Brtwiap Ce., Milwaukee. "Ask Your Dealer." Repairing V i dunsmitfiing and Grind ing of all kinds. Butcher knives and scis sors sharpened promptly -fcv -It r-*[• .. .' 1 ". v., vKI'