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'/v & ft A fx 4-f if k 'A' »•%/. Critical! Meii Yda kttoiv as well aS -wfe '^fe tliit your men friends are your most ex acting clothes critics if the women thought you could do better they Iwouldn't say so^ i But men don't hesitate if you are jnot correctly dfessed they will let i|you know it and in no case more promptly or more definitely than as iyto your full dress clothes. I You'll save yourself some embar rassment and considerable money jand time by coming to us for Hart, 'Schaflfner & Marx full dress or Tuxedo Suits. Because they are fright at every point, in the eyes of £he most critical. '. V 4-" FOR SALE BY r* O E S 8L CO., If z" 8)1-102 Broadway, Fargo, YERXA Everything to Eat 217 room 217 DRY ROASTED COFFEE For flavor, strength and more coffee to the p6und. Fancy Rio and Santos, per il* 15o HUo Blend, pew^-4.?*1^ 200^* Ratal Blend, per lb. 26o K yoffjpan House, p* Ml FAVORITA Havana Cigars. Special prices to box buyers. 7J i POULTRY BUTTER price day of arrival t*y W Art Calendars Free. With Every Qrdft# for ticture Framing we give one of these boa* tlftll Calendars ta colors* Picture Framing* FARQO DECORATING jfc. V FAftOOCBttWAWQCO. v O U s a O S FARQO DECORATING CO^ 9f0»ia 8ICMI '0t k Avmhm Nsrth, Anp.lim V mtM* :mm FOR PEACE The New President of Saa Domingo H$s Named Three Ministers to Plan Peace. The Residence of the United States Mfeiister Was Wrecked by a K Bombardment. San Domingo, Nov. President WoS y Gil has apointed U. S. Minister Powell, the Belgian minister and the Spanish minister commissioners to ar range pcace. An armistice was declared until this evening when the bombardment of the capital will continue. The United States minister's resi dence was destroyed bjh previous bombardment. TEMPORARY ARMISTICE. Sail Domingo, Nov. *23.—Negotia tion of a treaty of peace between the rebels and the government of Presi dent Wos y Gil has been begun. There will b^ a suspension of hostilities for forty-eight hours under an amicable ar rangement. It is expected thlft the reb els will demand that President Wos y Gil jaunotmce a general elcctijQj^,.. 'k 'f T-iM DRAKE'S FUNERAEl Centerville, la., Nov. 23.—The funeral of ex-Governor Drake was held here today from the Central Church of Christ where for three hours the body lay in state. An immense crowd attended and the services were under the auspices of the Knights Templar. FOREST FIRES. Dallas, Tex., Nov. i23.—Forest fires in southeast Texas are doing great dam- agf\, ,/STORM IN GERMANY. thrrthi, ^lov. 23.—Terrible storm dam age is reported from various parts of Germany. There have been a number of accidents and some fatalities. v d0O!-'V^:- We have the agency for Park & Tilford's it*. O. MATTER^ Washington, Nov. 23.—Senator Car mack offered a resolution in the Senate today authorizing the committee On the conduct of the executive departments to investigate the postoffice department. It went over. DAGO WAS ELECTROCUTED. An Italian Murderer Paid the Extreme Penalty in Sins Sins. Ossining, N. Y., Nov. 33w*-Carming Gaimari was put to death in the elec tric chair at Sing Sing prison today for the murder of Mrs. Josephine Patro in New. York, Ocf. 6, last year. 1 RECOGNITION BY GERMANY. Thfr jOerman Bmpordfr Hu Ordered the Re public of Panama Recognized. Berlin, Nov. 23.—The emperor has directed the .German officials to rfceog nizc the republic of PanaftiQ. A® an nouncement of the recognition Vis ex pected daily. TEN MORE MINERS LOST. Ill Fated Pennsylvania Mine Addfd TM More VlftfcM. ,-^v Connellsville, Pa., Nfe^^aa^^Hill Farm Mine," the ill-fated, added ten more victims to its black record just as the day shift had about com pleted its labors Saturday evening and was about to leave the Ferguson mine at 6:30 o'clock, a terrifiic explosion rent Ihe interior of the mine, arid nineteen miners who were working in the vi cinity were thrown in all directions, the roof came tumbling down and the close air, of the miue became. «tupefy- v A" ObAYINfiod A Bid Man. Rounded Up iiy Wyo n^in( Offkials, M||y, Rescued. J'-j* '-7- Casper, Wyo., Nov. 23.-—Two posses have left to aid -Sheriff Webb and Ins deputies of N&tio, Natronia County, who captured Tom Oday, the survivor ~ie eouur »ft for the Lestte Mountains Bad them off. A fight is ex tdmorrow. TO CUT OFF "iRNGEHES. Marion, lad.', Ndv. 2$.\ tered the home of Jolur REPUBLICAN ESTABLISHED SEPT. FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER FORCJM ESTABLISHED 'NOV. i •y- THE SCANDALS Om Ex-Alderman lit Orand RifpliUi PKadM Gullty-Tho Mayer Denied Quilt. •Grand Rapids Mich., Nov.- a$«(»~Ex Mayor George Perry, charged 'witti'Tiav ing received a bribe of $3-333 from Lant Salsbury, former city attorney, waived' examination in the police court and was bound over for trial before the superior court in the sum of $5)000 bonds which, were furnished. Ex-Alderman Scllriver jJleaded guilty to having received $325 and was remand ed for sentence. Several others have con fessed. DISTINGUISHED ANCESTRY*. Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 23..—Mrs. Susan G. Hayton, a woman of distinguished revolutionary ancestry, died at the home of her son in Lincoln. She was born in Spottsylvania County, Va., and was 98 years olcf! Three of her uncles, one a general and twp colonels, served in the war of the revolution and a cousin, Daniel D. Tompkins, was vice president during the Monroe adminis tration. She leaves many relatives in Nebraska and Virginia. •f SOLDIERS PRAISED St. Petersburg, Nov. 23.—A mitttary order is published here praising the conduct of the troops in what it de scribes as an affray between the sol diers and a mob at Orsha, in the dis trice of Vilna, Nov. 19. The troubjg was the outcome of an attempt by crowd of Jews to rescue six co-religion ists who. were being escorted to prison. No details of the affray are given, ex cept that the.Jews attacked the soldiers with stones and bludgeons and that the soldiers defended themselves witlj^ the butts of their rifles* NORTH DAKOTA SENATORS. The Seaetars Arc Buaily En«i«ed in Routine Work. Washington,* Kov. 23.—Senator Mc Cmnber's bill to' confirm and legalize prior admissions to citizenship, where .iJiksJydge or clerk of court administering the oath h&s failed to sign or seal the record, oatlf," or judgment of admission, is a bill which is attracting wide atten tion. It is a well known fact that thous ands of applications for citizenship have, from time to time, in all of the states, been nullified, not by reason of any fault of the applicant for citizenship, but by reason of the failure of the United States officials to properly fulfill the functions of their offies. This- being the case, the McCumber bill is attract ing a great deal of favorable Comment in the newspapers of the great cities, where the applications for citizenship are most numerous. This bill is particularly of interest to the people of the great west and north west, because of the following provi sion "That no entry or final proof made upon public lands under the pre-emp tion, timber culture, homestead, or desert land laws, by such applicant or his heirs, shall be deemed invalidated by reason of the failure or neglect of the said judge oj clerk, to sign such jurat, or order, or judgment, as the case may be, or affix the seal of such court thereto." This bill is notf before the committee 011 the judiciary, where it Is said to be regarded with great favor sb that a favorable report may be expected some time during the regular session of con gress. Senator Hansbrough presented in the senate a memorial-pf sundry citizens of Brocket, N. D., remonstrating against the passage of the so-called parcels post bill, which was referred to the committee on postofficcs and post roads. He also presented petitions of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Niagara, of sundry citizens of Griggs County, and of the Sunday school of the Methodist Episcopal Church- of Ab saraka, all in the state of North Da kota, praying for an investigation of the charges made and filed against Hon. Reed Smoot, a senator from the state of Utah, which were referred to the committee on privileges and elec tions. The following bills have been intro luced in the senate. By MfcCumber, a bill (S. 928) providing tor the exclusive use of the proceeds arising from the sole of public lands in certain states and territories for the purpose of irri gation and reclamation of arid and semi-arid lands in the state or terri tory in which the lands so sold are sit uated until such time as it shall be de finitely ascertained that the whole or any portion of such proceeds cati not be feasibly^ expejuted irrigation pro jects in stfeh stUte or territory which was read twipe by its title juid referred Hub j:lars ey, a ctaj^ttt&on irrigation and afr v REPUBLICAN. Tec' aU©^:ft&giijtaced a bill (S. 929) granting an opp^ase of pension to Charles Sternier.^hkh was read twice to: the Commit tee on He s, 5 Ther^ Was a Lively Time in Chicago 3Jhis Morning Over the Street Car Strike. TRw Situation Grew Worse After fttie Return Trip and Many Women Partkipated. Chicago, Nov. 23.—With the Starting of the State Stret cable today a riot .occurred at the corner of Forty-First Street. Many shots were fired and one man is believed to have been hit by a bullet. Several were knocked down by the officers in a running fight with the mob. More trouble was encountered by the State Street cable on its return trip near iKorty-Third Street.. While the train vvas down town a mob choked the cable 'slot with scrap iron and stone. Hundreds of men and* woman wait the return of the cars and the police with rocks to heave at them. Men and women are reported to have been knock ed down in th£ir own doorways. Scores of rioters and bystanders were hurt by thj| police. v I VOLCANO ACTIVE. Naples, Nov. 23.—Telegrams from Catania report the activity of Strom boli is augmenting. A series of loud reports and throwing out of incandes c&Hl matter confirms this. RUSSIAN ART EXHIBIT. 'fi' WOULDN'T AGREE. Washington, Nov. 23.—The Iowa dele gation to congress was unable, to elcct in caucus a candidate for federal judge of the northern district. :M: -V SENATE CHAPLAI^" Washington, Nov, 23.—Today*! SfesSion in the senate began.with the presenta tion of a resolution, which was agreed to, appointing Rev. Prettyman of Wash ington, chaplain of( the senate. PREACHED TOQ STRENUOUSLY. Lynn, Mass., Nov. 23.—After preach inga sermon of unusual vigor and elo quence, Rev. Janes Minto Pullman, D. D., pastor of the First Upiversalist Church in this city and a .clergyman widely known in that denomination, died suddenly of apoplexy at his home yes terday. At the conclusion of the morning ser vice he said that a feeling of illgess had almost overcome him in the fiulpitJ When he reached home a messenger was dispatched for a physician, who arrived just as Mr. Pullman fell dead on'the stairs leading to his chamber. Rev. Mr. Pullman was a brother o^ the late George M. Pullman, the mil-* lionaire parlor car builder. CUT THEM OUT A Niagara Falls Man Swalkmad tit* Teeth 4Qd the Doctors Chopped .. Him Open* Niagitraf Falls, Nov. 23.—Frederick Smith swallowed a plate with two falsi teeth Friday night during a fit o g. His stomach was cut opet th removed. He is doini "-K'f-i*---- a bill (S. 9Jft) of pension to Tead the If few V St. Petersburg, Nov. 23.—The lead ing painters and sculptors of this city have promised to co-operate in organ izing a Russian art exhibit at the St. lgpuis Exposition. WILL HEAR APPE^^ Butte, Mont., Nov. 23.—The appeal iij the injunction suit of John Mac ginnis against the Boston Montana Co. will come up for argument in the su preme court at Helena today. -|atefAMITE TOO QUICK.', Iron Mountain, Mich., Nov. 23.—Gus 'Berkfeldt was killed and three other men seriously injured by the prema ture- blast of dynamite in the wood camp two miles from Florence, Wis. M'LEAN COUNTY DONATION. The 'Commissioners Have Movement fBoost* iven the Immigration I Washburn, N. D., Nov, 23.—The com missioners of McLean County have voted $100 towards aiding t/ie irriga tion fund of the state and the warrant has been sent the treasurer of the state association, Hon. E, Y, Sarles of Hills bo*§.. y -LAST RITES.- ^7?* 23.—In the pres- New Yo*k, Nov ence of many representatives of th| stoe had devoted he mi mt wWt of i McCall Patterns 10c* 15c REGU "mm WEATHTR—Generally fair tonight,and tomorrow Warmer Phenomenal Values WeeK. VI Linens $1.75 AlNLinen Table Damask, 61 QQ arid 86 inch wide, this sale at....vr«v laO v $1.50 All-Linen Table Damask) 72 inch, two yards wide, tliis sale at .25 All-Linen Xable Damask, 72 inch, two yatfls wide, this sale at $1.00 All-Linen Table Damask, 72 and 66 inch wi'de, this sale at 85c All-Linen TaWe Damask, Damask Table* Cloth y&tSgbf'IS ancy ^Damask Table Cloth, Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x9a, OR regular $2.50 values, this sale at I Si v «F Fancy Damask Table Clqfh, 72x90, A TP K regular $3.50 values, this sale at.... O Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x108, Q|" regular $3.75 values, this sale at taaVW NAPKINS, LUNCH CLOTHS, ETC., will be sold in the same proportion. McCall Patterns pzf 10csl5c 1.19 98c 79c 69c 49c 72 and 66 inch wide, this sale at 69c Real Fancy Table Datnask, 66 inch wide, .tliis sale at Above Damasks can be had in Bleached, Hplf Bleached and Unbleached. ft gular $2.50 values, this sale at "I 9F Fancy Damask Table- Cloth, 72x72^' 4 JBO regular $2.00 values, this sale at..k... I •I'O riff The Supreme guarantee pur large stock of Seal and Persian Sldns and other for wearing material was purchased before the importers advanced in prices. And to make things interesting, we cheerfully for feit our share of the profit to quick buyers of fur garments made to order. Flirt For Tathlonablt Fotkt. Absolutely fresh, clean and beauti ful pieces Is the only sort that are shown here. Expert Repairing and Remodeling. Call before purchasing elsewhere* L. ZEKMAN FUR COMPANY N. P. Avsnut, Edwards BlocK, Fargo. Tel. 615 I# W000I LIGNITE! WOOD! My prices for fuel on cars at Fargo are follows: Seasoned Maple....... I 7J$ per cord Seasoned Jack Ptae... 9 4Ji per cord Seasoned Birch t.lt per cord Dry Cut 4.09 per cord Seasoned Oak f.90 par cord Seasoned Poplar 4JI per cord Seasooed Tamarack .. UK per cord White Oak Slabs 4it per cord Dry Cut Tamarack ... 14# per cord Pine Slabs Mtparcafd Lirnlte Coal $3.tl per ton These prices wlU apply to points waat of Farew, with proper allowance made lor difference In frelsfat from shippinc points, Prompt shlpawnt end full mcatvre ruar antffSd* The business of car lot buyers spMclted. Address I S ForAwocUtedPrmRtporttndSUUN^ RETURNING TO COLLEGE. These are busy days at the Dakota "jfoisiitess ColU^e. Scores of the o3 l^bils are r^ftHng to finish .court* tyiftftnt last wiiiter. and a host of fanes are accompanying them. Satis$i pupils account for the increased attend iiiice. the Da% Foruqi, Fij^ 1 'i* A Vi'?' GOES TO lepke» iusiness Col 1)'a -\f-' 4 ll I :to. Grand ForKi, N. Dak.