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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 23, 1903, Image 7

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DOSS. D0O8. DOOR.
IDEDIGREED—Ball Terriers and Groat Danes,
always on hand, dogs at stud, all other non
Sporting breads for salo. Dojrs boarded by week
or month. Fargo Kennels, 14% Second Avenue
Booth, Fargo. N, D., phone 613.
POSITIONS WANTED
CHIMNEY
•••sr Regan.
SWEEP -Phone 555M* "Johu
w ANTED—Position by good stenographer.
Address Stenographer, care Fornm.
OHORT order cook and lunch cpunter man
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wants position boat of references. P. 50,
.caro Forum.
?yOUNG married man desires w$rk of any
kind handy with tools. Am stationary
iCtogineer. M. H.. care Forum.
I0SITI0NS TO FIIX.
ANTED—Woman to rook $30 ,per month.
Iuquire George Pirio. v
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Xi/ANTED
^.IRL WANTED—For general housework,
fam
ily of throe. 219 Ninth Street North.
OPLENDID OPPORTUNITY to learn barber
trade. Write for free catalogue. Moler
Barber (.'olloce, Minneapolis, Minn MacGrcgor
4 Andeison, Proprietors.
^HE Minnesota Barber Institute is the only
'•J* place that teachoa the trade thoroughly
"nom the beginniuc sat sfaction guaranteed
particulars free, Minnesota Harbor Institute,
l(*t Nicollet Avenue, Mianoitpolis.
/^^^^AGENTS WANTED.
ttrANTED—Good house lo-liouse man who can
sell retailer. Best proposition of the ytar
OPoi to the right man. fall 10 a. m. Tuesday,
88 Waldorf, C. E. Butler, Manager.
A GI'.NTS—Elegant 35c novelty: no chestnut
entirely new attractive ornamental, baau
tiiul: hot seller: costs you 10c write for narticu
now. Artprint Company, Pekin. Illinois,
RANTED—Traveler, either sex, fair educa
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wpalthycorporation,25years'
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Per year and expenses, paid weekly.
Address with stamp, E. E Fowler, Fargo, N. D,
\jt/ ANTFD—Two or three s-trictly good men to
canvass state of Minnesota and part of
Wisconsin, for a stri tly high grado. fast sellins:
article. Rustlers can make big money. Lock
Vox 248, Fargo, N. D.
BUSINESS CHANCE.
tj* fill A DAY—Selling two necessary novelties.
Sample 10c. Get in line and make
money. Dept. M., Loc* Box .IV/, Fargo, N. D.
A GOOD reliuble man experienced in restau
rant business, can buy a part iutereft in
ojno of the best restaurants in the Dorthwest.
Only about $400 nc-dod to buy half interest.
dinners served each day duriuir September and
October. Call ou or address Michael Hopkins,
Bow bells, N. D.
DRESSMAKING
yASmONAlHJE^R^^^
Livingston, 327 Ninth Avenue f-outh.
1T\RESSMAKING—Mrs Mclntyre has opened
a dressmaking parlors at 1101 Third Avenue
.BOutb. First class work guaranteed.
MASSUE8E.
IASSAGE, manicure, shampooing, scalp
fr Miss M. E. Chase, First Na
tlonal oatik building, over Wilser^s drag store.
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MISCELLANEOUS.
,'••OREX'' RUGS—We have them the best
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CnristmaM novelty rug that money ever
-Wtught. Quality, cheapness and durability
combined. Send $1.00. name and address, C.
Hutler, care Windsor Hotel, bt. Paul.
TAKEN UP.
fjpAKEN UP—At my premises 2 'miles south:of
S- fcargri, one biaok mare and on6 dtffk brown
prse. Owner can have same Dy paying charges,
ohn Herring, argo, N. D.
JOST-Black Spaniel pup.abouV si:tf btcMithn
~7 old, wearing Ojillar with naqne of*t"hUrlie
Fields on same, iiuder please return to 113
Broadway.
RESTAURANT WANTID.
WILL
PAY moderate oash price for good
stand in any live town. Address T. H..
cafe Forum.
tttOMPSON, R. F.. ARCHITECT.-PLANS,
•&, jiiiieciflcations and superinteudtnoe—Rooms 20
*id 21 Edwards Huildiug.
NEED NO CONQRATULATIONS.
A^Weddlng That Reminds One of tbe Customs
'ji' ?4 of Heat hen Lands.
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Wilton News: On last Wednesday
looming there was celebrated in Bis
niarck a wedding, which from ihe cir
cumstances surrounding the affair
should- belong more'properly to heath
ek land9 instead of American civiliza
tlon. V y..
For several moritfi|vthej'e has
ipen employed at/the City "Hotel in
Wilton a young girl—not much more
than a child—in the capacity ot a disjri-.
washer. Her parents are Russians,
and live- abdut fifteen miles northeast
of town. The hotel proprietor, T. E.
Rhodes, was somewhat surprised last
Monday by the request from the girl
fojr the small sum (due her, saying that
she was going to Bistjiarck'.to be mar^
ried. Mr. Rhodes' version of the mat
ter is as follows:
"Irene has been employed, by me iit
the kitchen for several months. Regti
larly each week after she received her
wflgafr her lather ha&,^peared and
when •"•#r
a sh^prin« badly nee
mone^ Last Mond»y her lather aj-
'T'UB "man who never lost a dollar" in
1 real estate is the man who always
sets aside a part of his investment for advertising.
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u OR HINT—Furnished room and bath, with
board. V., Forum
OR RENT—Furnished rooms, modern. 1101
Third Avenue South.
npWO UNFURNISHED ROOMS. Enquire at
If argo Steam Laundry.
pOR RENT—Six-room cottage, modern, on
Tenth Street North. E. A. Perry.
LOR RENT—Furnished rooms, in suite or
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single. 1203 Second Avenue South.
tyOR RENT—Furnished rooms, including par-
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lor. Inquire 618 Fifth Street Norto.
T^GR RENT—Onesevei-room house with small
J-
barn. Apply 732 First Street North.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS—All modern con
veniences. 1024 Seiond Avenue North.
L,OR BEST—Desk room in well equipped of-
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-Girl for general housework' for
small family. 615 Front Street.
flees. Apply F. F. Lincoln, Magi 11 Bldg.
h^UKNISHKD ROOMS
"pOR RENT—Will sell personal property and
rent Grand Pacific Hotel, the only hotel in
town. Inquire of H. F. Labbitt, Sheldon, N. j)
COR RENT Three pleasant, conveniently
furnished rooms for light housekeeping
private entrance. 701 Thirteenth Street South.
^OR RENT—Store room and basement in
opera house annex. Ci«ar and candy priv
Wf"
of
opera houso goes with store. (Jail at
Walker Bros. A Hardy.
ARGE modern house, just reflnished. new
heating plant, warm honse, lease and pos
session given Dec. 1. Apply at oncj. 607 Broad
way. Earl D. Flemiosr, Waldorf.
pOR RENT—During the winter and early
spring months, a nicely furnished house
complete for house keeping nil modern with
furnaco. Only small family desired. Enquire
at Forum office.
FOR SALE.
pOR HALE—Dray with polo and shafts, pair
bobs, safe, desks, etc. E. B., Fornm.
J?OR SALE—At a bargain, hotel furniture
complete. Address Burnitur*. care Fo um.
pOR SALE-A Radiant Home Range and Ra-
tl
an'
otlice.
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Home Heater Inquire at Forum
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FOR RENT-Lighted.
heated and bath, 814 Ei sh th Street South,
CpOR RENT—flomfortable room, suitable for
two with board.
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ft OR Ri&T—Two unfuriushd rooms for light
housekeeping, at 412 Fourth Street North.
TJOR RENT—Furnished or unfurnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. 524 Broad
way.
&QNT SUITE of rooms in Cautieny Block on
Broadway, for rent. W. J. Lane, Smith
Block.
"pOR RENT—Steam-heated flat electric light
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etc- partly lurnished. Address
J. F., Forum.
pOR RENT—Office rooms in Morris Block for
r,rmerly occupied by Dr. Wheeler. Apply at
Wuser s Drug store.
MEW cottage for rent Dec. 1. thoroughly mo:-
,^nlu'ro of
J. A.
studio, Edwards Block.
Hubertz, Freeman's
pURNISHED room, at low rent, for ladies
only board can be bad next door.
ot oOi) Eighth Street North.
six-hole Ohio Steel Range, in
g0
0d order. 8. B. Clary, 915 Fifth
Avenue South.
U'OR SALE—Or r*nt. until spring, a six-room
cottage, partly furnished. Address Box
340 iostoifice. or 711 N. Avonue.
pOR SALK Cash register, used onlv four
months National make, No. 79 will be s jld
at a snap. George H. Compton, Faigo.
WANTED TO BUI
TX7ANTRD—To buy a second-hand light Sprihg
wagon for one horse. O. W. Kerr, Fargo.
BOARD AND BOOM OFFERED.
-L Street North.
OOM and board cau b^ had.:at 1 (H Second
Avenufe South. 7
DOARD AND ROOMS--Can be had at lira.
F. A. Paige's, 321 Tenth Street South.
ROOMMATE WANTED.
fMSNTLEHAN wants gentleman of good, ad
y dress lor rooui-mate. Call at Economy
Store.
WANTED TO REIT.
\*7AliTJ5D—Desk room iu some office. Ad
dress Box 464, Fargo.
pcared and notified her to get reader to
go to Bismarck to marry a man he had
picked out for her. This was- the first
she knew of the matter, and in telling
me she cried and said she did not want
to get married. I told her she did not
have to get .married and asked her how
old she was. and she said she would
be 15 years old next March. But she
said that she was afraid not to go £nd
she went."
After the train left Mr. Rhodes p,nd
The News editor telephoned Ju'dge
Fort at Bismarck, telling him this $ r
sion of the affair, but the representa
tions made by the couple and the
father must have satisfied the judge,
for the. wedding was allowed to take
place. But the Wilton peopte beJieve1 it
ought not to have been. It is rumor*
er that there was a price-^aid for ^the
bride, but it cannot be verified, btit it
is the belief here that it was a plain
ckse of coercion itito marriage qf a
girl not yet of marriageable age.
£OCkEFEtLER:s CLAS$.
The Sunday school class conducted
John p^4^d^Nf||r.
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PFR INCH, ONE TIM!, $0.25
PER M, ONE WEEK, $1,00
PER INCH, ONE M0ITH.i3.5O
H. AMBRLAND,
520 N. P. Ave.
COf) Per acio buys a fine quarter section,
all under cultivation, only five miles
from the city limits of Fargo.
ftQ RH
1 er acre
bu's
acro for a flne
'v W. J. LANE,
Sndth Block, Fargo, N. I.
-On 4.S0 ho res, four miles from Maplotoo
food buildiacs: all high and under ciil
tlvation SCO acres plowed. Pi ico$:i0 au acre.
1531 100 acres six miles from Faigo. all uh
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der cultivation good clean land. Price
#28 per acre.
91
320 ac-es two miles from Rarwood, 27(5
acres plowed flowing well, good cranary
and summer barn $29 an acre, or will trade
for desirable Fareo property.
CfiA 320 acres 1.1 miles north of Fargo 3U)
acres under cultivation. Hou«e barn,
«.000-bushel granary, flowing well. $28 an acre
if sold soon.
OA.Q acres in Noble township good biiild
ing- everything in first-class shnpe.
$o0 acre, oce-tourth cash, balance at 0 per cent.
W. D. HODGSON,
Rear First National Bank.
320
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interpretgtion. /Last Sunday, for ex«
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TM FARGO FORUM AND' tiAILY REPUBLICAN, MONDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 83, 1903.
1226
of
acres of fine
prairie land, within four miles of
Dufrnst. In Manitoba, on the east tide of the
Red Riv-r on easy terms.
ttO *7 Per acre for 880 acres of fine prai
rie land, within 45 miles of the city
ot Winnipeg terms cash. This is a bargain.
XCHANGfc. Improved Iowa farms for good
well improved North Dakota
or Minnesota land in Red Kiver Valley.
$22 Rfl *er
'ialf section
farm in Cass County, within
two miles of station fair house, good largo
bam, good granary and well. Terms only $2,000
cash, balance small annual payments or half
crop plan, with o per cent.
FOR SALE °R EXCHANGE for Fargo City
,. property— I'hree fine, well-se
lected half spctions of land in western Manitoba.
1 2H choice residence lots on south side
*~w each 50x140 at from $125.'0 to $350 00
each. All within one to four block of new elec
tric car ]ine.
H. G. OTIS,
Fargo National Bank Building:.
GENUINE SNAPS.
A.'
re3'mproved,
three miles from Re
gma. Assiniboia, at #15.00 adjoining
land held at $20 00 to $25.U0. This laud raised
83 bushels xf oats per acro in HK)1.
•pOUR sections near railroad, south of Regina,
at
'ow Pr'ce ani easy terms. There is proty
abiy no be.ter wheat laud on the American
Coutinent.
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INE SECTIONS of choice North Dakota
land, $8.00 per acre. This tract within nine
miles t»f main line N. P. Ry. Easy tqcfq^.
SOPHY LAND COMPANY
Smith Block, Fargo, N. D.
TS:
»,crB? finest Bed River Valley laud in
.Maniutba fair buildings in Uigh state
of cultivation 'i0.miles south of Winnipeg $16
per acre.
Acres 11-2 miles from city of Dauphin,
Man. ill per acre.
Acres 3 miles east of Hunter, N. D. fair
buildings all plowed $26 per acre.
Acrfts:
4 miles from Mapleton, N.
good buildings all plowed cheapest
farm in county $30.
/L Room house, new: cistern, sewer connec*
1*^ tioos. hardwood floors one block from pav
fng. 2 blocks from court house 12.100.
Room house, corner lot, 65x140 barn, water,
paving $2,250.
Room house, Fourth Avenue $1,600.
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Room new honee full basement Sewer con
nections corner lot $2,750 $1,000 cash bai
anco monthly payments.
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WM. HALL BEST AGENCY,
Telephone 183. 61Q Front St.
toon S'room house on north side, about
V7VV ne^, brick foundation. Lot 50x140,
south front.
inn New 7-room house on north side,
«p i porch, lawn, trees Lot 50x140.
$1,150
$3
7-room house on north side, in
good repair.
,300
S^room house on Second Avenue
North modern, except heat con­
venient location.
*nO room house on Fifth Aventie
ipJiJVU South modern, except heat
lawn, trees, etc. A bargain.
ample, Mr. Rockefeller took a fall out
of creeds, saying: You may think me
unorthodox and' I know I am treading
i^pon delicate ground, but I want to asSc
in perfect candor: Can any one group
of Christians afford to say to a fellow
Christian 'Thou must be immfersed 1
auction, sai-e.
Do not overtook the big auction- 6t
the farm, (sec. 32, Raymond Twp^)
formerly owned by Dan McLaren. Some
fine colts to be sold. Everything goes
regardless of price. Refreshments will
be furnished as often as desired.
Rajhael Schuster Woldan, the cele
brated mural painter of Munich, has
just completed his painting for the ceilr
ing of the bundersalt hall of the reich
stag buiMa% i he
of a tefC|pK«,
four cofl^,inleces.
.the wo
tant contributions to ittodern mural art.
Miss Tillotson has just returned to
America from Japan and a tour of the
Hawaiian Islands. Leaving San Fran
cisco, touching at Gray's Harbor, Ta
coma and Seattle, she completes a con
tinental tour of North America, with a
sekson's cruise throughout the entire
territory of Alaska. She expresses her
self as: being charmed by the "daylight"
nights of the Yukon and the grandeur
of the Alaska coast scenery.
The Eiihu Thompson and twelve days
of seasickness is what the voyage to the
Hawaiian Islands means, with one's
whole nature turned wrong side out and
with wretched service, we actually found
opportunity to laugh and add amusing
bits of romance.
Tacoma not being a regular port for
steamship lines with Hawaii, you have
to take what you can get and thank your
stars for the opportunity. San Francis
co and Vancouver, B. C., are ports
where the best service at best prices is
had, especially Vancouver, where are the
most elegant steamers which ply the Pa
cific ocean.
A few passengers were picked up at
Seattle—the first engineer'? wife, the
seconds Engineer's sweetheart and no
body's wife or sweetheart were the only
three ladies aboard. As is usual in
small companies, conservative reserve
was ignored and each did his best to
make the trip pleasant. The second en
gineer and his sweetheart were on their
way to be married at Hawaii and enter
tained us" with'their brilliant wit when
not on nrivate duty. After two days
at-sea the first engineer was taken ill
and it looked as -though we would have
a ftmeral as well as a wedding when
Honolulu was reached. His wife's at
tentions and time were his. The tur
tle doves cooed in the engine room most
of the time, so what was there left to do
but to be entertained by the first offi
cer and the purser, so between them I
fared well and but for their special fa
vors 1 would rather have been in hea
ven. All went as well as ocean life us
ually goes with me until the waves lash
ed high and broke over the windows of
my stateroom, giving me a shocking sur
prise and a "corner" on navigation.
On the heaving brea9t of old Neptune
the year :itself had turned into a new
one and nature wept heavily as she al
ways does, when we crossed the Tropic
of .Cancer.
On the. 1,0th day Molokai. the Lepper
Island of the group, hqve- in s,ight and
with field plasses levelled in anxiety, all
are on d^ck. The eastern approach to
the islands presents a bleak, barren ap
pearance.)
[The dun hills of Arizona are
brought to the memory, but the first
•ylimpse of- disappointment prepared .us
iust that^ftnuch more for the surprises
of. th^..iv.csteir^ approach ,o£ the twelfth
day wh.^n we steamed into the beautiful
harbo'r of Honolulu. Not being a regu
lar rotfrted* ship to the Islands we were
not expected and so missed, the usual
greeting of the crowds that always meet
incoming fijiips.
While tlije ropes are being made fast
I cast my,eye over the sea of strange
dark .(faces turned up to us along the
sho^.' Tl1e( population is rather pictur
esque in.1'its varied mixture of human
types, Chinese. Japanese, Portuguese and
every, other kind of '"geese," besides
American, ."English and native Hawai
ians. The,Japanese on their high clog
shoes made like a minatuie bench some
thing short of the foot making a clink
ing noise as they shuffle along in them.
How they can keep from truning prone
upon their f^ces is a mystery. Dressed
in queer bunched up narrow garments
wrapped tightly around them. The Chi
nese with his long whip lash of hair
upon the cracker of which hangs his
hope of Heaven. The native Hawaiians
with their long flowing "holoken"
(Mother Hubbard gowns) blue black
hair and beautiful flower "leis" (wreaths
&f fresWy eut flowers.)
When I stepped once more on old ter
ra first Afough'4 was.a..bound
ing house and I had to pass through
"Chinatown"--fo find'it. so I sow Hono
lulu's iback yard first, but when I at last
turned 01U6 Vine Street it seemed as if
I had sprerffl'my wings and had taken
flight Into Paradise.
The first .adventure or stroll was on
that same afternoon to the Queen's
Hospital. The founding of this, hospital
for native Hawaiians was the crowning
work of Qtrtien Emrfia's reign—one of
Hawaii's noblest queens. Throughout
the grounds are growing every variety
of Hawaiian forestry, shrubs and flow
ers. The grand driveway through the
noble royal palm trees, baws diie to ad
oration, and how like a place of en
chantment it-seemed when the plaintive
strains of native's voice accompanied by
a guitar seemed to penetrate all space
and hang quivering upon each leaf. Their
sweet voices seem particularly adapted
to stringed instruments, and I wandered
HE STOLE PATRON'S TRUNK.
Transfer Driver Ap^oprlatea a Tjmnk ta Hi*
'vV ©w" *nd SWP* Out.
•m
ft}
baptism, not simply sprinkled And-'ten
any one group of Christians say to 'a fet
1 Off Christian, 'Thott shalt not partalfc
with me of that' Lord's supper, ofir sa£
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WORD PICTURE OF HAWAII
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Impressions of Honolulu and the Hawaiian Inlands as Conceived
by Miss Tillotson on a Recent Trip—An intere5tin^ Sketch
the Island and the City. J-
Bisntefck Trf|«^ii4-'.:^n^ steamship
Elihu Thompson brings to America
Mjiss Lottie L. Tillotson, of many lands.
.lA$
A fck belonging to Nora a
waitress employed in Gable's restaurant,
has been mysteriously missing since last.
Tuesday moaning, and a transfer driver
employed by Jeff Youngf named McHar
ris, entrusted with the removal of* thfr
trunk cannot be found: A warrant51 is
out for McHafi*is' arrest, but so far the
officers have been unable to locate him.
Last Monday Miss Cox decided to
change her place of residence from 423
First Avenue South'to the residence of
Charles Brown on the some thorough
fare. She aproached McHarris and he
agreed to move her trunk, which con
tained all of her personal belongings
save the clothes she had on and a few
pieces of muslin at the laundry. The
transfer man said lie would move the
trunk the first thing on Tuesday morn
ing. He did as he agreed to, but he
evt^ttifjy kep#*«gl»t on going,' as noth
kig fat* ben feta of the trunk or the
driv&* since. Ilws Cox reported the
matter tT the police station on Wednes««
away, again an# again it brought me
bac1. and when the singef' discovered
that he was being overheard sank back
behind a screen of greea to hide his
shame. In the evening a party of us
went to the Hawaiian hotel where con
certs were given by the government
hand, which is composed mostly of na
tives and ranks with the best. The char
acter of their music is particular!?
plaintive, low and sweet and lulling and
what a delightful surprise when now
and then voices mingled with the band,
taking up parts here and there and sing
ing them together. At these concerts
there are always four vocal numbers
given by two native women—a wonder
in sweetness of tone floating out on the
soft dreamy atmosphere. It is the vocal
numbers that take possession of you and
Make you abandon all to the present
hour. Life in the tropics has a charm
of its own where time itself seems to
pause and swing itself to sleep. "Hawaii
Ponei" is the national hymn. It is pretty
and rather stately. The hotel looked
like a white enameled palace outlined
by the golden glow of the electric lights,
sheltered in vine and flower and over
arching trees. Honolulu by moonlight
is a poetical dream of beauty. The moun
tains rise almost immediately behind
the town casting ever changing shadows.
The palms, ferns, flowering shrubs and
tall feathcrly trees all silvered over,
ends my first day in Hawaii, no tossing
and heaving and rolling and pitching to
night. .-
As I lay in bed the,/irst thing which
greeted my eye upon4 waking in the
morning was a bower of large banana
trees with luscious clusters of fruit
hanging ripe and green.
The scene has changed with the' ad
vancing sun growing brighter with
lengthening day. The fleecy clouds al
ways float lazily over the blue, ether pen
ciling therr outlines upon the landscape
below until sunset glows the peaks and
ocean with roseate hues, then rapidly de
scending tropical twilight and again
bursts out with a new soft beauty jn the
brilliant moonlight.
The town has every appearance of ele
gant comfort. The people the most gen
erous and hospitable that it has ever
been my good fortune to be amongst. It
has a population of about 75.COO. is very
American and so far as manners, cus
toms and English language is concerned,
one can scarcely realize that one is out
of the United States. It is the only
place in the entire group of islands
where there are street cars, the popula
tion not justifying it 011 the other
islands. The primitive service of "Hoss
Cars" introduced by the "bloody" blun
dering Englishman is the poorest and
most incomplete thing in the city. There
is one electric line and just two weeks
before I left the automobile was intro
duced very successfully as a public con
veyance. out ruling the Englishman's
"Hoss CaT," And strange'to' say that I
Ivid come to Hawaii to take my first
ride on one. They have long ago ceas
ed to be a curiosity to the natives as
they have been in private use by indi
viduals as long as they have been used
in the states.
Although the Portuguese were the
first traders of the islands, it is the
American who has made Honolulu a
modern city. All the streets are shaded
by trees 011 both sides and the houses
are set well back from the streets with
beautiful walks leading
ud
to them lined
with a tropical jungle of trees, flowers
and shrubbery which compels an excla
mation of admiration, being unequalled
anywhere that I have yet seen in
the tropical latitudes. Built in every
form of architecture are neither
grand nor imposing. although al
ways neat and pretty and gen
erally of good size, but it is the natural
beauty with which they are surrounded
that makes them particularly attractive.
Brick, adobe, wood, rough-cast and stuc
co. All have verandas overgrown with
Mexican creepers. Honeysuckles and
^"•••sion^ flowers in the lovliest profusion.
The gaudy brugainvilliar is a mass of
luxuriance covering everything it clings
to with scarlet. A Hawaiian home
without its porch or deep veranda—call
ed the "lanai," furnished like reception
room—is like Saturn without her rings.
Oleanders grow into, shade trees. Cro
tons grow six feet 1 high lilies and the
red spotted leaves of the taro (or cal
lodiutn) made one forget that the month
was January with its balmy atmosphere
more like Tune. The climate is most
delightful from October to June. The
people have parties of all kinds to suit
the season. Picnics 011 horseback and
bathing by moonlight.
Hawaii being in mid ocean between
both hemispheres is in touch with the
world. In its harbors and found the
ships of every nation. The affairs of
the United States are watched with as
close interest as with us. The telephone
system is the most complete in the
world. The experiment of wireless tele
graphy from island to island is a prov
ed success.
day and she was referred to Assistant
State's Attorney Barnett. He author
ized a warrant for McHarris' arrest and
perfected a settlement with Mr. Young
for the loss of the lady's trunk.. Young
states that his driver returned to the
barn with his horses at the usual hour
Tuesday evening, but failed to settle
for the day's business. Young was in
debted to him in the sum of $6. but the
driver did not call for his money. Mc
Harris. it is said, \fras seen at his old
home in Frazee on Thursday.
FINE APARTMENTIIOUSES.
•Newi Yorkers who live in, apartment
houses will find some new features in
some up-to-date buildings which are now
in course of erection there. Among
these features are a supply of fresh fil
tered air to the interior of every suite
of apartments, the drawing out of ail
impure air from tlje rooms through vents
by means of electric suction fans on the
roof and an eteotric closet in every pri
vate kitchen, to which an electric range
may be connected, extra servants' rooms
on the top floors, a longvdistance tele*
phone in each apartment, elevators
MARKETS
Edwards, Wood & Co. report: The
feature in wheat today has been tile
liquidation of Minneapolis December
wheat, the loss for the day showing ij/f?
cents from Saturday's close, the May
shows but loss. ...
The northwest cars showed some, in
crease over last week, but still 418 cai*
less than year ago.
Total primary receipts of wheat today
,1,603.000 against 1,998.000. Clearances
wheat and flour equal 283.000. The#c
was selling by Bryant, Spencer, Denni
son & Bartlett and Frazier, the theory
is that the crowd sold out their wheat
last week and that the Armour people
took the wheat. The visible showed an
increase of 1.526,000, making the total
29,473,"Coo against 41,731,000 a year ago.
It seems safe to buy this wheat on all
breaks, as the situation remains very
sound and with cash wheat in such de
mand it is best to work 011 the long
side for quick profits or to hold.
E. WHEELER & CO.
Grain and Stock Broken
Morton Block, Fargo
Members
Chicago
Board of Trade
Minoeapolb
Chamber of
Commerce
Grntn and provision ftonght nnd sold for
cash or 011 margin. Our private wire «er
vlcc with Chicago, Duluth nnd Mlncnupolla
iTinrkPtR fnrntshoH tho trade thr qufrkext
And bfPt medium for the prompt handling
of business from tills vicinity. We gpecl
ally solicit out-of-town business,
r«l. SIS. tarwrtte for DftOv Marital later
DULUTH hO. HARU NO QUJ,IaJION.
DULOTH, NOVEMBER 23
Do®-wheat 774c
Mn? wboat 78fio
Now on trnctf
Cash No. 1 Hard
aft
£°-1 Northem ^^i.i g)1*e
Cash No. 2 Northorit.»v»JF^i^»*^U, ,'!!77)t»7Hc
Cash No 3 Northerrf......
Now to arrive
Cash No. 1 hard
Cash No. 1 Northern
Cash No. 2£orttaera«,....*,f..,.-77*iic
Cash No. S Northern ..*•
May
Cash ...
Dec
May....
:'Hf4c
Flax—
£••1* .9**4
Dec 11514
MIMNKAPOLI*, j)OVEMBEIl
Dec....,
Majr....
July .................
On t'ack— Cash—
4
New No. 1 Hard
Now No. 1 Northern'.........
New No. 2 Northern
Now No. 3 northern
Now No. 1 Northern to arrive
New No. 2 fiorthoru to arriv*
Flax-
«9?»c
....... 7874c
».*.«., POKc
....... 7»Sc
77-StO
....
«. t.#* TJtuc
&»•
......
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BMIOAOO, VOVKMM* £8.
Wheat—
Dec ?9He
Mav. .............. ................. 58Hc
•July •*...... 4 7 4 4 0
Pork— _. v^.
a n 1 1 2
a y 1 U 3
LOCAL MABUta.
No. northern, new fftb
No. 2 northern, new Ho
No. S north err, new fie
HIDES AND rUBS-LOOAIw
(?. 8. hides, No. 1 1. tNfo to 78
Green hides, No, 1
Groeu frozen, No. 1
No. 2 hides lc lesa than No. 1.
Sheep pelts, large batcher skins..,
BrtHrer
K«d Fox ".
i n k a k
Mirk. pale .............. ...
Otter, dark
Raccoon -.Ar..
Sknnk i
Wolf, prairie
Wolf, timber .... «.
Wild Cat ibw ...
fB^ i' )5»'
Lynx •. .*4 ...«.rV. v. «»,A*.
Marten ...'. .....%
Musk rat, fall. .............. ....
Mnskrat Kits .V.
Main Office
Op­
erated by hydrostatic pressure} In (Wt
.if the finest of these new structure*
there are bachelor apartments of one
Site to Co
5fce
20c to SS«
$ V) to 1.25
2 5 0 o 4.M
1.50 to 3.!jO
.75 to 2.fO
7.00 to 12.00
1.00 to I .Vi
.30 to 1 SO
.75 to 2.00
2.00 to .5 00
,ft0 o 1.00
5.0U to 8.I1O
3.00 to J0.00
3.10 to 15.00
7') to 12.!
2c to
rime. well-
Quotations on furs for strictly pi
bandied northern goods. No 2 ana
at their vfllnes.
^Quotations famished br Bolles A Bocer*
Broadway.)
No. 3 furs
Sell HIDES and FURS to
BOILES CD. ROGERS
Get full Values.
207 BROADWAY. Fargo.
CHICAGO. MINNEAPOLIS,
Edwards,
Wood
Manhat a n I I
ST. PAUL, Minn. WW«
STOCKS, GHAlV" PROVISIONS
Bought and sold for cash or on reasonable,
margins.
Members Important Exchange***
Private Wires.
Write for our daily market letter sod print*
telegraph cipher—mailed free.
Ship Your firain to Us
Prompt Bcturns.
Best Facilities. Liberal Advances.
Fargo Office—Front Basement Morton Black.
'Phbne 700.
DULUTH* WINNIPEG.
COMMISSION
COMPANY
trocxt
FARGO BRANCH:
Rooms IS and 16, Fargo National Bank Block
room for $600 a year or $50 per month,
two rooms and bath for $800 and up
ward and housekeeping suites of frdmi
five rooms and bath to fourteen rooms,
with three baths and four toilets, rang
ing from $1,500 to $6,000 a year. Non
housekeepiug apartments may be had
vith or wi|hout chambermaid
The largest diocese in the world is
that of Bishop Warren of the Metho^
dist Episcopal Church. It extends from
the Afgh*lp$taa border att4 the Himi
feyas. ind io^li^ng India,
i^urmaiv. tfr* pciiinsMTa, Hpfn&v
and the Phiiippineff,.
si
Sij
AM) BONDS
8RAW AND PROVISIONS
We have over 150 offices.
BsncBEKCKt*: 175 (state and National Banks
$ OUR SERVICE IS THE BEST.
Out of Town Business Solicited.
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