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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 14, 1903, Image 3

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Based on Sir Walter Scott's novel,
"Quentin Durward," by Mr. Owen.
Prices $1.00, 75b, 50o, 25c
Thofttafe' Famous Orehsstra Nov. St.
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ATTORNEYS,
|RK ARTHUR B., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
olTlces In Magill Building, Broadway and
Front Street, Farge. Practices lo aft
courts.
fURNEH, H. R., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offices In Edwards Building Broadway.
Practice# :n all courts.
kARNETT & REESH, ATTORNHYB 4T
Law—Offices 4. and 8 Morton Building,
Broadway.
")LR, A. T.\ LAWYER. ROOMS 19 TO 28,
Huntingtou Block, Broadway.
ILLER, HENRY F., ATTORNEY AMli
Counselos at Law. Over Fargo National
Bank, F^rgo N. D.
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Management SANFORD B. R1CABY. j|
PRESENTING AS A GRAND FINALE
The Operatic Travesty,
'The Wizard of Boz'
PRICES:
Entire lower floor $ 1.50 4»
Entire Balcony 1.00
(iallery 50
J.ILRMMH.D. .HblMlkM&l.
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SPECIALISTS.
HYB, EAR, NOSB AMD THROAT
FARGO, N. D. ,,
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ditiutiwU Block, wrih k &-9*Skr
PROFESSIONAL CARDS1
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Fargo. Practices In ill
Courts. Ta* cases a specialty.
JOTT, Wt A., ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office second floor Morton Block, Broad
way, Fargo, N. D.
ARCHITECTS.
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N. D.
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tL Plans, estimate* and i(n
No. 04 Broadway, Faim
ione No. 63-4.
HCHITBCT AND SUPB&
.1 plans, ipeclflcatl
latied for all kind*
P. Block, Broadw
CH1TBCT-P1
listed for all c„
A 750, oilee at
Fargo, K. D.
KCB1TBUTS, OJT
ilr, 113 Broadway, Fargo.
Imtitei for all kiodB oA
PHYSICIANS.
R. WltAB -W. SdRKNBSS.
ahd,BuMAOiis. Offlob over
Store. (mBm hours: 10 to 12 a,
7 to 8 p. ll,,
AUROW A WEIBtiE, PHVBICIANB ANlj
auegebraf Office ftLeadr«cIe Block, 'Mr
ne of^rpnt hnd ^wventli Streets. OflHK
hours: V to 12 a. m.. 8 to 6 and 7 to
p. tft. Fkijfo, N. D.
TAKERS.
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MUSIC AND MD§I£IANS.
Musically the secditiL, week of tHe
Fargo season may beiiiSfd to have been
qiiiet". "Only ofte "^jffl0pC? 'event can lie
recalled, the appkrtfrlte of Charlotte,
Derrioth Williams the" violiniste who'
was at the opcraliouse, under the aus-!
pices ofthe Fargo Musical Gub and
was the initial pf a Series Of irtista re
citals. Artistically .it -wa$ agceat suc
cess? fcutthe liufrtbets* out to hdar the
distinguished player were small, but
t"hey made tip in enthusiasm. Certain
ot^her stars- h^ve shot jiaadlv from their
spheres, but the nfusfi^g cofftinues
to attend'tovjts j'prdjnaBfcbttsine^s and
we "shi|| hear or 'fciiiWSl ijfjf' festivities
ere long. Of course the stellar/ event
is bemg looked forward to the (Spming
of the Thoanis Orchestra, Noy.L'28.
X)l the appearance of Patti i^'.New
York, The Sun's critic says: y
RolLon,. thou bal^'roll on!
A great deal of valuable iitjc was
wasted in trying to prove that oecause
the aging lady could no longer sing the
old songs as she used to sing fhem. in
the days of Maurice Strako§ch she
never could sing at all. But tlfat is a
useless contention. You may'say, if
you like, that Patti never knew how
she did it, that her singing was jiot art,
but the gift of prodigal n'ature, bestow
ed upon a frolicsome creature with
about as much passion as a butterfly
but to say that Patti's singing was not
good in the technical sense was an as
serfibn that could hardly be supported
with good evidence.
Grace Van Studdiford, whose voice
and presence, as shown in the Boston
ians and "other musical organizations,
are pleasantly recalled, has tome for
ward as the star in "The Red Feather,"
it comic opera, at the Lyric llieatre.
FlOrehar Ziegfeldj Jf/," uridef 'whose di
rection this enterprise is undertaken,
announces "The Red ^Feather" as a
comic operia of the better iott, none
too frequent nowadays.
*Mrs. S. T. Satterthwaite, ii6w of
Winnipeg, but well known to Fargo
ahS, add* "more dV less in musical ^eir
clesf is winning highest encomiums as
the,directress of the choir of the Cen
tral Congregational Church in tire
Maftitoban capital. Of a concert given
in the church last Monday night The
Daily Tribune of Winnipeg had the fot
kjwjngv refeyrepces, tov Mrs. Satterth
waite: The two 'uhra classici nuiru
bers on the programme, Bach's org:ah
tugue in "D Major," and the itiagnifi
cent aria from Elijah, "Hear ye Israel/
were enthusiastically encored.
Mrs. Satterthwaite's dramatic pow
ers were brilliantly displayed in Men
delssohn's solo, especially, in the sec
ond part, culminating in a superb vo
cal tour de force on the commanding
promises of the Almighty Father, "Be
not afraid, for J, thy God, will streng
then thee."
Mr. Matthews played an exceedihgly
tasteful organ accompaniinent.
It was quite as well "that "Hear ye
Thanks
Carving Sets and SilverWar6 are not toy
khives, but as fine a line ofc serviceable
iarvers and beautiful isiWer ats you will
find anywhere. too* «arty to
look them ov6r. v. -iT'
rARdo,
We a ferw farrtn
loans. Our rates are as low
ais the times igcfmlt. 'Appfi
catioris and titles are paaisdd
upon here, and 'the fuftds afc
feady as sodh lis the title is"
in shape. CiU and see us.
tfeit my stoek
and .contains
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Through pathtesi V?reamfs of %jsi]
Roll On! -t1.••.
Roll on, thou ball, roll on| Q*
Through seas of inky affe,v-'- f'^7
Roll on. 'jf i
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In, this vein W. £. Gilbert addressed
this globular habitation of mediocrity
in one of his choicest "Bab Ballads,"
at the end of which he stated, in par-t
enthesis, It rolls on." It-was* "of a
Monday night" that Adeliria" Patti
burst upon the astonished visiojj of the
audience iu Carnegie Hall, and radi
ated behind a gowi\ of gorgeous pat-^
tern. How the old time came i'er us!
It was the same old Patti, a little shop
worn, perhaps, bttt 'Still her-Own in
comparable self.' V-
From ihe w
The group of three songs, by A
Ratell was charmingly vocalized. But,
according to Mrs. Satterthwaite's--vec
sions, there are doubts as to being
','too old" as well as "too young" to
love.
The secorid regular meeting of the
Fargo Musical Club will be held next
Thursday evening in the Waldorf par
lors. The subject will be Romanticism
and the folloWiitfe programme has bden
prepared
Current Events ...Miss Anna, Chi
shojm
Paper Miss Dahl
Moonlight .Sonata .......... Beethoven
Miss Ridnldn.
P6et's Lcfte y Schumann
,Miss Champine,
Polonaise lh minor & Chopin
Miss Lugei1
a. Maiden's Wish ..... Chopin
v Mrs. Thompscm.
a. Slumber Song Schumann
b. Hark, Hark, the Lark
If the Musical Club can continue to
such delightful entertainments it
ari drgariizatibn whiih Fargo will have
feasCm to be proud of, and in every way
support and encourage.
Mrs. Harrison, directress of music
for the public Schools, announces that
there are several departments of music
in the F^rgo high school. The ehtiref
J&chool of 266 vottes fdrftis a general
ehorus. A^paft from a semi-chOrus
Mfhich fe Studying
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THE PAKG0 FokriSt "'AOT DATI/5?-"BBPT7BETCAN, is ATtflRBAY" EVENING," NOVEMBEnni l9iSj/'"
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bring tfee
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You may *rart
di.
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'tis deliver it—as you please.
In either event you may
depend on us to give prompt
and careful attention If you
ask us to deliver the prescrip
tion it will reach you at the
earliest moment possible.
orks.
STOIOE,
DRVG
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Israer' was placed last on the pro
gramme, for its majestic nature, words
and music, completely overshadowed
the aria from Massenet's "Herodiade,"
with its tinselly phrases, and that oth
er curiosity from a long forgotten
Opera by Gluck, "Veni che pio serens."
Unli're Gounod, Massenet .cannot be
s'erious, although he tries to be, and
the results are for the most part
theatrical all glitter and tinsel, with jto
solid foundation to re$t upon, there
fore it was hardly likely that ."Sal
ome's" air should make an impression.
/f
Schubert
Miss Watt's..
Those interested should not forget
the first oratorio rehearsal at Fargo Col
lege chapel next Tuesday.evening. Elijah
has been selected and old members of
the chorus are cordially invited to par
ticipate, others will be admitted upon ex
amination and application to the direc
tor, Mr. Penniman.
•Under Mrs.- Hjttrison^ the.direetres9,
the children of the public schools are
showing great improvement in the sing
ing incident to the regular school work
and it is to be noticed that there is- in
tereit in the work in all grades,
The Artist's Recital by Charlotte De
muth Williams, violiste, at-the Opera
hriuse Monday evening, proved to be
be one of the most delightful musical
^entertainments ever provided for a
Fargo audience. It' is difficult to speak
of her playing without becoming extrav
agant, its greatest charm bang in the
Ipiirity and breadth of her tonfe, in which
jShe certainly excelled anyone who ever
appeared here before. The programme
was tnost admirably selected containing
eight selections none of which had ever
before been given here, arid afforded
Simple opportunity to display her absolute
mastery of the instrument. Her breadth
of style and superb coloring, combined
with her technique and perfect bowing,
and the beauty of her tone, gave her in
terpretations an individuality which
marks the great artiste. She plays with
treat warmth arid fueling, which was
best displayed in the Andante movement
from the Mehdel&solrii Cbrtcfcrto and the
tWo D'Anibfosia numbers, the "Canzon
netta" and "Serenade," were played with
a delicacy which was simply captivating.
Mrs, Shattuck's accompaniments were as
usual, in thorough accord with the solo
ist, and she sared the ihotiors with her.
'cantata and will
consist of 150 voices. Tfcere is a girls'
bo^'s quartejte and th.erel
is 6rcnestra practice each week.
GOOD "FARMERS WAITED.
To make contracts with
vus
for the
sealon'of 1^04, Mrid ldin^r if desired for
tenancy of the best Red Kfter VlTley
fwms .under, godd ^tate^ficultl^ation.
STARTLING CHANGE,
ft is'*(ru'ly w^ftderful the decided im
§iro^irf^h'u that have ft^en "attained l|)y
{C K.', Pa^st 1n his jewclry^store this
ear over that of
Mr F&it-KM
in^ unall wa
»sful Jo sueHr
i
4
sty*
ir
J.
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ra
rs ago.
business
Thi» cQitrae
Stic
todky Mrj
... ••,:
CHkgoans boy hotel.
Prttcott (nil J. j. Fmiiai tiecdie firt
•'im r* In Miil.trM Or
and Porks.
For two weeks there have been per
sistent .rumors in Fargo and Grand
iibiitu.,!heand future of tHe
new Anutrs tiotei, a new ciikipuc
Opened in Grand Forks several months
?j?o, but which under the management
in charge does rio't seem to }iave,been
S|f fiiiaficial sticce'ss. 'The owners of the
oirilding and furniture^ two weeks ago
|Bade approaches to Wiliiani Prescott
Sf the Hotel Prescott in this city with
ufe .view of inducing hiih to take h'olcl
the business, He being an experienc
1.Hotel rnanV and'well fttfown Up at the
Besides having lots of friends
rife enjoyed unalloyed confidence in
business circles. This week very ac
tive 'negotiations have been in prog
rje^s arid a deal, has-been closed «md
the, transfer of the. Antlers will be for
mally consummated tonight^
In the enterprise Mr. Prescott and
J. J,- Ffeenian of this city have become
associated and they have concludcd a
lease of the Antlers and have bought
the furniture and fixtures on a cash
basis and each will have a half interest.
Mr. Prescott states that the deal will
in no way effect the Hotel Prescott in
this city and it will be continued on the
same lines as it is now. He says it is
too good a business to relinquish and
his lease has several years to run yet
arid he and his wife will remain in Far
go-and manage the Prescott. The Ant
lers at the Forks will be under the per
,sipnal supervision o^ Mr. and Mrs
Freeman who .will move to Grand
Fprks at once and take up their, resi
dence in the hotel 'there, i At present
thji Antlers is ip charge of Mrs..pres
cott and for a time she will aid in. the
^organization of. the help and putting
stH$ housekeepinjf,. department ii\ per
fept order.
-Mr. Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. F'ree
uian went to th? northern metropolis,
this afternoon to finally close the deal.
Mr. .Freeman states that his photo
Stjudio business in Fargo will continue
as it is and will be in charge of J. A.
Hubertz, who will be assisted in tlie
reception room by Mrs. Hubertz who
is, well equipped for the work.
VFancy vests
Kennedy's.
-something new'^t oy
(f J. F. TAYLOR DEADi v,
The news of the death of J. Fred Tay
1
Qp, traveling man, representing C. A.
Everhart & Co., at St. John's Hospital,
iast night, was a shock to his many
friends in this city among whom he was
very populir. He was taken ill with an
attack of appendicitis, about ten days
ago, Imt was too weak to submit to
iiegular operation^ Hdwever.he was sub
jected to a slight operation last Thurs
day night to relieve acute pain. Yester
4py afternoon his condition caused
9^rm and his- brother, Harfy Taylor of
Jailwaukee, who has been here since de
Abased was taken ill, and his uncles,
Messrs. C. A. and ^George Everhart,
sl'ere called to his bed sijie where the
s*i€iit wished aR goodbye as he felt that
4ris end was near.
Mr. Taylor was 26 years of age anr'
itten of much promise. He is survived
1$ his'parents'and other relatives who
reside at Milwaukee, Wis. He was
-#e
11 known the business world and
^ijoyed the best of esteem and confi
dence. i'
The body will, be taken to the home
of the bereaved parents for interment,
this evening, via the Mihvaukee road.
Friends who desire to view the body
nlay do so at the Wasem & Gaard un^
dertaking parlors, this evening, from 5
tb 6 O'clock.
Front $!.
Loop the Loop
Exhibition in the window 111 ftrfy
and evening. The mor^ y^u
6ft» the more you want.
JOO Pounds
to be sold Saturday^ per
v
pound,
10
cents
I?r6i»h—Piftr
Kim,
A Few
vorder.
NO.
The foflowingf described farms
1 give you a good idea of the Bar
gains which I am able to offer,to
you, and ^re only
to be upon my counter.
I will sho^ou many more^ you
I will call." ':'M."
ibrtift-third cash.
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All :Fllv(tt~Per ppundi
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NO. 96.. THlfttY DOLLARS per acre will buy tlw Best
farm in Cass County, containing 1,440 acres Of rjdh Vitley
jand, with .1,000 acre all plowed ready .for seeding, Fjiie
'Stefct'of b\»ildings, including a modern eletfator' for ^04000
fljusliels. Only five miles frm railroad town, well drained
^hnd under high state of culiivation. Land is WOtth ,$40.00
^jper acre, and it is a sniip.- Terms are easy.
1W. 782. A QUARTER SECTION Farm, only six miles:
1'from a good railroad town in Cass County, on N. P. All
.tinder cultivation, with house of six rooms, large barn,
granary for 2,000 bushels. Chicken house, good well and
\yind-mill. Price, $25.00 per acre, upon "a cash payment of
'^1,200. Balance easy terms.
7 8 4 A CftEAP QUARTER section, only three mij^s
from Tower City. All under cultivation 'and in good con
litipn. ^No buildings. Price, $21.00 per acre. Terms,
51,200 cash and remainder on reasonable time.
786. A HALF SECTION of splendid land, only three
o o w n o n a n o N i n a S O U n y
",".5 «, All under cultivation and to be plowed ready for seeding,
?|t-^|cxcept'«5 acres of meadow. House of seven rooms in good
Large barn and granary. Fine welt of water and
ind-mill. Cement cistern. Price, $23.00 per acre. Cash
equired, $1,500, remainder in annual payments' of $500.00.
iJSkfr. 798. AN UNIMPROVED quarter section only nine
•miles froth Buffalo. Fine hay and grain land, arid is in the
Jmidst ,of cultivated farms. Price, $17.00 per acre. One
fv*hird to be cash and remainder On easyy^cne^t ^-eier cent
iv,-, .\4nterest
154. A'SECTION of excellent land* located eight mil*
.. .-.- yest of Fargo, and naif a mile from loading,station. A1
junder cultivation. House of seven rooms. _Large granary.
^l^jarn for 24 horses and machine shed. First-class farm.
Wjj^lPrice, $35.00, including half interest in loading platform./
Terms reasonable.
156. 640 acres, located three and ope-half miles froin^
ither Gardner or A'rgusville. All bnder cultivation. ^4 1
cres of timothy pasture. House of nine rooms. Barng*
2x56 feet for forty head. Three granaries holding i2,o6o|k'*
usnels of grain. Blacksmith shop arid hen hoifcise^ Buildings
.vorth $3,300.. Price, $30.00 pel1 acre. Terths, $6^00 cS«i#b'^.'i
ssume a mortgage of $8,000, balance on ea^y terriw.
NO. 343. STOCK AND ORAIN FARM, containing 6go
jpcres of the best land, located two and one-half miles 'from
:^lhe village of Tower City 450 acres in cultivation, most
?|vvhich will be ready for crop. Small house. Timothy andii#^
JiBrome grass meadow. Price, $24.00 per acre. Terms,1^
V |ibout $5,000 cash, crssume mortgage of aiid rdnainderA^..
1,4-tfpn easy terms.
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NO. 61S. 1,400 ACRES one and a half miles west of
.^Wheatland. Loading station, adjoins land. All under cul-j^^?
ltivation, with about 950 acres plowed. New house of eight
rooms," cost $i,kio. Barn 20x80 fefet, two stories stone
jfoundadoh. Several small buildings for machinery. Good£ffe£
veil with wind-mill atad feed-grinding house. Price, $2i.ot^'v
er acre. Terms, one-third cash, assume, mortgage ol?
tfaqfiivjooo, and the remainder on satisfactory terms.
.'-svivijl,--763 A GOOD HOMC FARM, of -300 acres, one-t
half mile west of the village of Mapleton. All under cul
i y a i o n e e 4 0 a e s o i e a o n e a e i v e
which is fenced for pasture. Old house, barn, granary and:
sl|ed. Price,, ^g«p -pfr aqre. .T.efms, one-h^f^^
cash, remainder time.
life 775. 4§o hcreis. seviih laStk* hof^iwest' of ftuflfalOi wbi
17. 480 ACRES of rich Valley land, located Otle friilef^
V't«rOm railroad statioh. All urider cultivation and half plowed'
k o o i i i i s o n s i s i n o o u s e a a n a y
flowing we!ll and of trees. Price, $28.00 per acre.
Terms, one-quarter cash, remainder easy time.
mwf imm
mom in New*
is /J10,4se pf
five
sa
$1*
rooms, summer!bam for 16 horiqr, good well^f
.^n.d htd^e near ^houife., vPrJ5b, ^2|JSo "peJr acre. Terms,
i $1,260 cash, remainder on crob payments if desired.
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