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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, November 25, 1903, Image 1

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,You know as well as we do that
your men friends are your most ex
acting clothes critics if the women
thought you could do better they
Wouldn't say so.
But men don't hesitate if yotii arc
not correctly dressed they will let
you know it and in no case more
promptly or more definitely than as
•vJo your full dress clothes.
You'll save yourself some embar
rassment and considerable money
and time by coming to us for Hart,
Schaffner & Marx full dress or
Tuxedo Suits. Because they are
right at every point in the cjfCs of
the most critical.- ^5-
FOR SALE BY
O
16o
Hllo Blend, per lb.
2©o
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The
CO.,
101-102 Broadway, Fargo
YERXA
Everything to Eat
Il7 room 217
DRY ROASTED
COFFEE
For flavor, strength and more coffee
to the pound.
FlUJcy Rio and Santos* per lb.
kobal Blend, pei*|fr, .•
26o
.1
r'Koffman House, per lb/
30o
We hftVe the agency fofr Pirk &
Tilford's
MI FAVORITA
Havana Cigars. Special prices to
DOX buyers.
Y O U
PRESSED POULTRY
SUTTER AND
EGOS
Top market price day of arrival
Clark Produce Co.
512 First Ave. N. Tel. 207.
Art Calendars Free.
With Every Order for Picture
Framing we give one of these beau
tiful Calendars In cotar»^^^^.«
610-12
W:
Picture Framing,
FARUO DECORATING*^
Wall Paper and Mouldings,
PAROO DECORATINQ CqK
Paints, OUs and 21aas,
FARQO DECORATING
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Bill to Make Cut a
a State Has Been Laid on
the Table.
iking its Time on the
Reciprocity
Washington, Nov. 25.—Tn the senate
Newlands' Cuban annexation vote was
reconsidered and the resolution laid on
table for future discussion.
The Cuban reciprocity bill was made
unfinished business with the under
standing it may be debated any time
the senate is in session.
Until the senate passesrejects the
bill the house will not entertain a prop
osition to adjourn the special session.
ANOTHER REPORT.
Washington, Nov. 25.—A cable re
ceived from United States Minister
Powell at San Domingo dated Nov. 23,
says San Domingo will surrender t#the
revolutionists tomorrow.
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SURRENDER SIGNED.
San Domingo, Nov. 25.—At Tuesday
noon articles for the capitulation of
San Domingo were signed by President
Wos y Gil and the ministers of the
United States, Belgium, Hayti and
Spain. Full protection to the inhabi
tants and property was guaranteed.
DISPATCH CARRIER.
Leadville, Col., Nov. 25.—Charles
Runyon, aged 79 years of age, has died
of general debility. Runyon came to
Colorado in the '40's with Gen. John C.
Fremont and was one of the original
party accompanied Fremont in the San
Juan country. He was a dispatch car
rier for Generals Fremont and Kearney
during the Mexican wiar ajid after
wards accompanied General Fremont to
California where he remained for sev
eral years. Runyon had resided in Lead
ville ever since the djscOvery of Car
bonates here.
--EVACUATION DAY.
l^eUr^ York, Nov. 25.—Evacaifi&n
day, which is the anniversary of the
evacuation of New York by the British
soldiers and their allies on Nov. 25,
1783, and the triumphant re-entry of
General Washington and his army, was
observed today. The day was observ
ed at the Battery, where Old Glory was
run to the top of the monster flagpole
near the Barge office. Appropriate ex
ercises also were hald at the Jumel
mansion, at One Hundred and Sixtieth
Street, Washington Heights, where
General Washington had his headquar
ters before the retreat of the British
from the city.
KEENAN CASE BEINQ HEARD.
The Charge of Murder Against Keenan of Lart
mor« U Being Heard.
Grand Forks, N. D,. as.—The
preliminary hearing of Keenan, charged
with the murder of his partner, Mur
taugh, at Larimore, in September, is
being continued here this afternoon.
The state has introduced considerable
evidence to show that the death could
not have been due to suicide, as there
were no powder marks as would have
been in evidence had Murtaugh shot
himself.
The hearing i$ before Judge Mc
Loughlin and there seems no doubt but
that Keenan will be held.
CARNEGIE IS 66.
Nffiw York, Uov. 25.—Today is
An­
drew Carnegie's birthday, though the
exact number of his years is in doubt.
Mr. Carnegie himself is authority for
the statement that he is but 66, while
official biographies, supposedly based
011 the records of the little Scottish
town of Dumferline, where Mr. Carne
gie first saw the light of day, give the
date of his birth as 1835, which would
make him 68 years old. Mr* Carnegie
is spending the winter in his Fifth
Avenue home. Letters and telegrams
of congratulations were received dur
ing the day, but there was np Celebra
tion" of the birthday anniversary.
|ta BUILDING PROPOSITION.
Qrind Petfcf May Secure am Artier? and a BIg
Cenveatliii Half.
Grand Forks, N. D., Nov. 3$.—George
E. Clifford) |$d M. F. Mtirpby of this
:q|y have/sttmjpitted proposition to the
\my couiktt' tirhich may ifejMiit in an
'armory and a jjpfctfention hell being se-
Mitcst
n of a
city
for
second for the
annpry
interest ha
FELL TO DEATH
Wheatland, N. D., Nov.25.—
els was run over by the Northern Pa
cific here just after midnight and died
about five hours later. He was a
brakeinan on the extra N. P. freight
and while some switching was being
done fell from the top of a car to the
ground. He was dragged about 100
feet and the engineer stopped the train
on hearing his cries. The unfortunate
man was found under the tender arid
his hat was on top of the car.
Both arms were broken and one leg
was cut off besides a lot of other in
juries.
The injured man was attended by
Dr. Jameson of this city and Dr.
Rowe of Casselton.
His home was in Rensselaer, Ifld.,
and the remains will be sent there this
evening. The deceased was about 21
years old and had been with tHie com
pany only about one month. ,- vV
FOR CLEAN MONEY.
Washington, Nov.
25.—Representative
Wiley of New Jersey introduced a bill
today to provide for clean paper money
by repealing the assessment on national
banks for returning used currency for
redemption and prohibiting the reissue
of used currency by the treasury* ..
LOOTING FIREMEN.X ..
Louisville, Ky., Nov. 25.—Chief Ty
son of the fire department dismissed six
firemen for refusing to testify at the
hearing of the men charged with loot
ing during the progress of the Old
Masonic Temple fire. The five men
directly charged with looting will be
tried by the board of safety.
GAVE A LUNCHEON TO BRYAN.
The Commoner Editor Was Given ja Dinner in
London.
London, Nov. 25.—United States
Ambassador Choate gave a luncheon to
W. J. Bryan today. Many promujent
persons were present* J!
TRIAL MAY SOON 'BE OVER.
The Barry Murder Trial Is Expected to Be CM*
eluded by Friday.
Langdon, N. D., Nov. 2S,^--The Barry
murder trial is expected to reach the
jury either Friday night or Saturday.
The chief feature of the trial yesterday
afternoon was the testimony of Wm.
Fitch in rebuttal for the state to con
trovert some evidence by "Expert"
Sweeny of St. Paul for the defense.
Fitch told of a conversation he had
with Birry in '01 in which Barry
calmly discussed the killing of Mellum
and stated that he had committed the
crime. The defense made a vigorous
protest
but the evidence was allowed.
A BRIDESMAID.
Washington, D. C., Nov. 25.—Miss
Alice Roosevelt was ohe of the eight
bridesmaids at the wedding today of
Miss Lilia McCauley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward McCauley, and Wol
cott Tuckerman. The wedding which
took place at noon in the fashionable
bt. John's Church, was the smartest
function of the kind that has taken
place in Washington so far this season.
Besides Miss Roosevelt, the attendants
of the bride include Miss Anita Poor,
Miss Harriet Wadsworth, Miss Post
lethwaite, Miss Sargent and Miss Mary
Carlisle, all of this city, and Miss Ma
bel Taylor of Philadelphia, ?.nd Miss
Grace Sedge wick of New York. The
maid of honor was Miss Anna McCau
ley, sister of the bride, and the bride
groom had as his best man his brother,
Hucious Tuckerman.
MYSTERY WAS CLEARED UP.
The Confession of a Murderer Revealed the
Street Car Barn Robbery*
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ery s&r-
0, Nov. 25.—The mystfcry
rounding the hold up of the cashier's of
fice of the Chicago City Railway last
August during which two of the em
ployes of the office were shot and killed
without warning, was cleared up by
the confession of Gus Marks, who was
arrested last Saturday night for the
murder of Detective John Quinn, whom
Marks shot down while trying to es
cape arrest.
Harvey Van Dine and Peter Neider
meier are named by Marks as his ac
complices in the car barn murders. Ac
cording to Marks' story the three men
went to the office of the railway com
pany for the purpose of robbery. Marks
says that when he ordered the men to
throw up their hands they obeyed, but
Neidermeier burst in the window of the
office and,commenced shooting. Vandine
then broke |own the door with a sledge
batnmer, Marks, says, and went into the
office and ttf)k all the money he could,
4wd, in 411
$2,250
day
was secured
MSl
Marks says the money was evenly divide
ed, between the three men. The next
Marks 4ityl his two companions
went tb Peft4«r^
Col.,
where they re».
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DAILY REPUBLICAN.
KEPUBLICAN ESTABLISHED SEPT. 1878. FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA, WEDNESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER FORUM ESTABLISHED NOV.
The Chicago Street Car Troubles Have
Reached an Adjustment and Work
pjp1 Be
i-..
It will be ratified at a meeting of the
men today and traffic on all lines will
be resumed.
The union is not recognized and the
wages will be settled on a basis paid in
other cities.
At a meeting of the men this morn
ing the terms of settlement of the strike
were ratified and the men were ordered
back to work at once by Se£$e}?iry
Bailies of the union.
NOT PROHIBITED.
Washington, Nov. 25.—-Justice
Pollock of the supreme court of Kan
sas. has been selected successor to
United States District Judge Hook, re
cency appointed United States Circuit
judge, for Kansas.
G. N. PASSENGER WRECKED.
Engineer and Firemen KIHed by the Train
ting a Bunch of Cattle.
GiiSgjow, Mont., Nov. 25.—»]
ger train No. 3 on the Great Northern
was wrecked by cattle on the track at
Lanark last evening. Engineer Hoey
and Fireman Artie Taylor were killed.
Seven coaches were ditched.
MRS. BISBEE ENTIRELY FREE.
The Kelson County Woman II Again Discharged
Custody.'
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Lftff#ta.r & D., Nov. 25^i*§»- t^lra
Bisbcc, who shot her husband recently,
is free. The coroner's jury exculpated
her from all blame with a verdict of
self defense, but she was arrested on
complaint of relatives of the deceased
on the charge of murder. At the pre
liminary hearing she was discharged
from custody. Public sympathy is en
tirely with her.
Bisbee was her second husband apd
they did not live happily together. He
had frequently ordered her from the
place and in his absence she removed
to another farm. Bisbee came after
her, armed with a rifle, and when 'he
fired at her she shot him four times
with a revolver, causing instant de^h.
•jVHARMON%j
Piatt and Odell Met With the Presi
dent and There Will Be No
V.'•
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Washington, Nov. 23.—Senator Plfctt
and Governor Odell of New Yjrk
reached an agreement at a conference
at the white house with President
Roosevelt last night to work in har
mony all around. Past political dif^r
ences have been settled.
PRIVATE INTERESTS INVOLVED.
Washington, Nov. 25.—The treaty
tween the United States and Cuba lor
the adjustment of title to the ownership
0f the Isle of Pines has been turned
pp the senate committee on foreign rela
jtons for an inquiiy concerning the m
ifcfests of, American citizens before ac
n is taken. The treaty was reported
yorably by the committee and iii
cutive ttffttah Senator Bacon called
Acting
treaty^
for
that certain
Jljpi'fc/.J'
safeguarded under
iYlcCall
Patterns
10c£i5c
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The Company Won Out on Nearly
Every Point and Will Not Rec
ognize the UniM.
Chicago, Nov. 25.—The street car
strike was settled at an early hour this
morning at a conference between the
mayor, the council, the committee, and
President Hamilton and Colonel Bliss
of the company.
It is a completp victory for the com
pany as far as the original demands of
the men are concerned.
K
New York, Nov. 24.—Judge Lacombe,
hfHhe United States circuit court de
clined to grant the injunction asked for
by Cosima Wagner and Siegfried Wag
ner, heirs of the late Richard Wagner,
restraining Mianager Heinrich Conried
from producing the dramatic. festival
play "Parsifal." T--:•]
TROOPS AT THE MINife
Telluride, Col., Nov. 25.—Six com
panies of infantry and two troops of
cavalry of the Colorado National Guard
about 500 men under command of
Major Hill reached Telluride safely
last evening. The train in four sections
was run very slowly great precautions
being taken to prevent a disaster. Mine
owners
will now attempt to reopen their
mines and mills with non-union men.
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POLLOCK GOT THE PLACp.
The Supreme Court Judge of Kansas Ootthe
U. S. Appointment.
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We
-ANOTHER FROM DRAYTON.
Ross Gilroy of Drayton has entered
the Dakota Business College for the
full business course with Prpfessor
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WEATHTR—Generally fair tonight and tomorrow warmer.
Phenomenal Values
This WeeR.
^THANKSGIVING
ANNOUNCEMENTS
E. P. SUNDBERQ & CO.
Invite you to call and see the beautiful Sterllog
Silver they show this fall.
It is from the celebrated Sterling Silverware Manufac
turers spch as Gorham Manufacturing Co. and Reed &
Barton. Their wares comprise the finest workmanship
known in the silversmith's art. The connoisseur is
amazed at the production of the past year.
v'*
Thanksgiving
Linens
1.39
1.19
98c
79o
$1.75 All-Linen Table Damask, 81
and 86 inch wide, this sale at
$1.50 All-Linen Table Damask,
are also receiving daily shipments of the choicest
of China from the leading European potteries.
THE SUNDBERQ & CQ|g
He is the fourth toy frta*
yphraytow this year actf
arranging to enter the first of Dec
ember.
Cut Glass Canngt Be Excelled
Anywhere.
72 Broadway.
McCall
Patterns
lOcsl
72
inch, two yards wide, this sale at.,'..#
$1.25 All-Linen Table Damask,
ft
inch, two yards wide, this sale at......
$1.00 All-Linen Table Damask, fk
and 66 inch wide, this sale at
85c All-Linen Table Damask, 72 and OOtf*
66 inch wide, this sale at Ovv
69c Real Fancy Table Damask, 66 inch J|
wide, this sale at 1
vll
Above Damasks can be had in Bleached, Half
Bleached and Unbleached.
Damask Table
Cloth
Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x90,
regular $2.50 values, this sale at
Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x72,
regular $2.00 values, this sale at
Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x90,
regular $2.50 values, this sale at
Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x90,
regular $3.50 values, this sale at
1.79
1.48
1.96
2.75
2.96
Fancy Damask Table Cloth, 72x108,
regular $3.75 values, this sale at
NAPKINS, LUNCH CLOTHS, ETC., be
sold in the same proportion.
ENTERS BUSINESS COLLdSQE.
Cbas. Freberg of Litchville
drew Hanson of Westedge hat
ed the Dakota Budgets Coll
|rst for special wetfc^fa boo|
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