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Matinee mi Evening
The fttisical Comedy
REUBEN in
NEW YORK
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MATINEE PRICES:
Children.... 25c
Adults 50c
CURTAIN 8:30 SHARP
Saturday, Nov. 28.
One Qrand Concert by the
Theodore Thomas
SIXTY MUSICIANS.
SOLOISTS:
MISS JENNY OSBORN....Soprano
MR. LEOPOLD KRAMER.. .Violin
MR. BRUNO STE1NDEL —. 'Cello
Scats now on sale at Broadway
Pharmacy.
No person will be allowed to pur
chase more than eight seats for each
concert.
Tickets mttst be paid for when
ordered.
Mail orders should be addressed
to Alson Brubaker, manager Fargo
operahouse, and must contain post
office or express order to cover
price of tickcts. If purchasers wish
tickets forwarded by mail they must
include in their remittance the cost
of registering. When this is not
done the tickets will be held until
callcd for. I'
II
SCALE OF PRICES:
Parquette and Lower Box Seats ..$2.50
Parquette Circle 2.00
Balcony
and Upper Box Seat* 1.50
Gallery (not reserved) 1.00
CARRIAGE REGULATIONS.
i.^.Owriages will approach the
tke^tre from the west. After the
concert Waiting carriages (which
will form facing the east on Second
Avenue North) will, when called,
approach the theatre from the west
and leave via Broadway.
K*a** maflniN. 0.
DRS. RINDLAUB
Vf SPECIALISTS.
HY% BAR, NOSE AMD THROAT
FARGO, N. D.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
fy. ATTORNEYS.
ARTHUR R,, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
offices in MagUi Building, Broadway and
Front Street, Fargo. Practices In
courts.
Practices Jn all courts.
fOLE.
ARNETT ft JtBBSB,
W W-
Littton had an egg famine*.
ail
Burner, h. b., attorney at law,
,s Offices In Edwards Building, Broadway.
ATTORNEYS
,t$' FarfO, N. D,
KWBON, J, ®., ATTORNEY
AT
I.«aW—Office* 4 and 8 Morton Building,,
Broadway.
A. T., LAWYER, ROOMB 19 TO 22,
HUntlugton nock, Broadway.
^MILLER. HKKR^ F.t ATTORN®!
8t
ARCHITECTS,
R. F., ARCHITECT.- PLANS.
andfiuperintendmroo—Bqoms 20
JESaWardu Building.
s at
lALtiRANT, W. O.. ABOH1TBQT
^r«rli Plana, estimate and
3 tlte Oflkte: No. 64 Broadway,
II N. D. Telephone No. 58hC
\|A. J. O'BHEA. ARCHITECT AND 8U
IntemlenV pructleat: jplans, speetflea
and estimates furuisned for aH kt&4l
bulWiags. Offices N. P. Blocks BroW1
IBBBJ^-M, ARCK|*P®gTirPL,
First Aveiu?e North, Fargo, S. 6,
lANCOtyfe BROS,, AKCH1TKOT8,
C. N, C&LLiMDBS. 9B.A.Ct
P«t6lCWSil AND tttftei
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ft
nLVlf-eS^
SiS Baaidenoa.
s
Ccc'oj9i.poxugt^» Bloolr, 118 Broad van Far
N. D. Plana and estimate! for all kinafc
buildings.
pnrsici4tfs,.
1Arrow wj
I *ai*«oi
?.* bw ot
hnilN*
ILB, PHtfi
#art«0M. Oitei deLendrtelft
BW of Frontjpad Seventh mfests.,
boars: y to SXft. m., 8 to and 7
p. m. Fargo,- N. D.
)ERTM%XSU
.AND LICENf*
Supplies. IT
"4 rear of Moody^
ffer State Read .The Foram.
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FARG0
NORTH DAKOTA KERNELS
St. Tho.mas b?s a strong: c^rlim
club. .. &
Flksher is to get a bladcsqsith from
Hope.i"\ j-v ,-ir
rj'i?
Theri Js An epidemic of mumps west
of Westlioj^e.
Debates have started:id.many: of the
'smaller towns. .r.:v.a-'-
Dr. Hillis. 0f frerthol^ has rtfftioVed
to Anamoose!
Osnabrock had, a great opening for
its operahouse. ^-H
-tJe^tr t&teh trtiulance
for the hospital.
Litton hunters met with colder
able success fft^r deer.
Dtinseith peonle Will hold a meeting
to boom the railroad.
The Congregational Church ai Mc
Henry was dedicated.
J. J. Gokey killed five deer in the
Painted Woods country.
The Ashley Republican rejoices over
the arrival of a new press. i.
Some one promised a turkey Edi
tor Clabaugh of Fairmount.
Work on the Harvey creamery was
stopped by the cold weather.
The former courthouse at Napoleon
will now be used for a coal shed.
The switchboard for the telephone
exchange at Portland has arrived.
The Pioneer issued a supplement on
the burning of the hotel at Hope*
The Drake News is endeavoring to
work up some creamery enthusiasm.
A farm near McHenry, Foster Coun
ty, was recently sold at $ao per acre.
Editor Clough of Abercrombie is
now said to be a deacon in the church.
George Ashelman, formerly of -Far
go, is teaching music at Devils Lake.
J. Lily of St. Johns was arrested on
the charge of violating the prohibition
law.
The L6eds flour mills are a great
success under the present manage
ment.
The Brinsmade Blade heard a man
was killed at a dance at Cranberry
Lake.
There were fourteen men employed
in the fiax fibrf mill .which was burned
at Finley.
There is a rush of grain frot? the
west side of the Missouri to Washburn
and Wilton.
At Devils Lake all electrit wires are
operated through the alleys instead of
the streets.
Tlie cfty of Wahpeton has purchased
a tract of land in the bend of the river
for a city park.
Re\v and Mrs. Scott, formerly of
Pembina County, have gone to |apan
as missionaries.
The Lawton Leadedwondfers i^some
of the bootleg whj.sky., doesn't -(Violate
the fture f&od I^av.'1-
The vaults of the Cass County court
house were evidently constructed on
the proper basis.
The. Flasher Hustler rather belied its
narne^by the its *!$lay in springing the
age ofjAnn quet^y
The'.two fires, Fessend«n in one
night i^aused some the people to do
considerable speculating.
The Leader denies that Lawton was
built in 3 slough—and says it's on a
hilt—where its light shines for all.
There seems to be an armistice be
tween the editors of The St. Thomas
Times and The Hamilton Independent.
A Galesburg correspondent of The
Hillsbo'ro Banner tells of a baby being
choked to death with a nursing bottle.
The Towper streets are said to be
about the darkest ever and The News
and Stockman'wants the city to light
up.
The Washburn Miner claims a
v
AMD
Over Fargo National
AT LAW,
12 Front Street, Fargo Practices In all
Courts.- Tax cases a specialty.
'OTT, W. A., ATTORNEY
AT LAW,
Office second floor Morton Block, Broad
way, Fargp. N. D.
ffBPit
ThtoShleW
petir
tion was circulated to the merchants
asking them to withdraw their ads
from the paper.
The fidgeley Mail mentions K. }V\ S.
Blackwcil' of LaMoure for the district
judgship~if Judge Glaspell is to run
for the supreme bench.
The Devils Lake News notes, an ad
vance in The Grand Fork? Herald
which recently referred to SjdiatOr
Hknsbrough as: a—sateSman.
The- action of the McHenry County
Miss Weber, tlie sistpr of Mrs. Doer
Jnit, ljptK of. whom "were drowned at
rEly, '^^^auv.^K^gr^. waa tor have
'soon aiarrred a man at Good
jricli. r:'-y y '.«.• y'
A notice. ^wis s^oyied Under tm-door
The ^Jiner threitehing,
%o burn:.,the j$wit if the editor d(dn'X.
^eaye? towri-»-and, he wasn't "skewed'
cdmmissioners in disposing of an. old .., ...
j^dg^rient agninsj.ar,- busted bank ajt «e whom a_diud takes by the hand,
Nlinot-^was uphqla by the court. .'!V®S close to God,
and
,odo
^Qg^rs—nave b*«ra suit fofe
sortte men ^fco cause4 t^..
ti^ptbn. wlriit the ^lait)tiff» t^rm a-hial
iciipiis eh*r&.
.The KensiM jouriwl scribs
£d|$ojr L'idi
maae some(
rt&ks apoiit the raid Sn the nli
iOmce at Ipffisil
,e*s Attorney, Clyde:of. l^Lel^tosh
e Ashley wiwder case.
s .County Hec^i^ fy&A
pp'miotfs a|Mit
E. he
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uttfff
Apy one of the 5
Wetstfaclli man ties ar Ao und
to give satisfactioo. But the
Yusea mantle is best of a If,
for it burns brightest and
'laste longest 35c.
AliDeaioci
"Relny" Wants to Establish a Record for the
Kernels
Mia.
y When Editor Reinecke of Th6 Grand
Forks Plaindealer married his friends
hoped he would be good, but he erupt
ed as follows in a recent issue:
It is commonly supposed that every
newspaper has a fighting editor,! but
this is a mistake.-
!li:
Most editors, however, affi good
runners. '^y,^
Those who
"What can db for y'6u?" smiled thef
kernels ocer the rims of his glasses,
"A-a—I—A-a
me won't you?
cooled-off caller.
"I thought you wanted to do busi
ness with the fighting editor!" growl
ed the kernel in a violent basso pro
fundo, and the fellow never stopped
until he reached the sidewalk.
The kernel snickered, and sat down
in his easy chair to write some more
North Dakota Kernels.
REFLECTIONS OF A SPINSTER.
•^Everybody's, Magazine for December:
To remain a woman's ideal, a"man
must -die a bachelor.
Lovie tha| )ttced^. is center-,
fcit. v "VW'i 'v-'
Renuncia^^ ii^gjvi^8^,W wlfat we
a n a v e y
Friends by
confidences. "C
i The wbrfij*s Verdift -i#xi^Slsier to over
rule than that of one's own conscience.
When jealousy sleeps, love is digging
'hfcr grave.
Frstaw happiness" magnified into
Ecstasy is
vpain.
On Your |^r
bjfing the prescription, to us.
may wiit for it or have
lis deliver it-^-af you please.
In either ev«nt* you
fa Ufa
Nov.
oa the Box
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4/M/uiuiu in vv\\\\\\V§
TOe Weltbach
,oyale
Fargo Plumbing A Heating Co.
112 Broadway.
Plumbing, Steam and Hot
Water
Heating, Gas and Electric Fix
tures, Electric Wiring
FIGHTING EDITOR SLANDERED
cannot fight bt1 run arc
good enough prevaricators to Wriggle
out of most dilemmas.
But it isn't a bad idea to have such
an editor handy at times.
This brings us to the story proper..
A few days ago a man entered'the
office of The Fargo Forum and asked
for the editor. The caller was so mad
that he was anxious to split nickels
and brimstone. He didn't like some
thing that had appeared in the paper,
and he wanted to lick t,H# md» who
wrote the article. i
He ti^as told to see the Managing
editor. y/"
The managing editor's name is Char
ley Brewer—Kernel Brewer for short
owner of bull pups and a g0o^ dis
position.
The kernel weighs near to
250
pounds. He is healthy. It wouldn't
be healthy for any person to have the
kernel sit down on them even when
the kernel is gently disposed.
..The caller asked for the managing
editor when he had reached the editor
ial sanctum. The kernel responded.
He stood up at the same time. He is
large when he stands up. .y
The irate caller looke3 at tt}ei top
most hair on the kernel's head, passed
the inspection on down the entire body
to the feet—the kernels feet are not
small. yyyi- ViT"-
u"dAerr
Have a smoke with
said ,the v«ry-much-
may
defend bri us td^lve prom pit
ifld careftil attentibn. If yoif
^kus ti dfelfver the prescripr
'•tiom- il will 'reach you at the
earliest mbrhent possible.
Tr1^1n01H"I'M) I ijW'1
'ANIH DAILY, bepothcak, TnrnsTUY wTTOryft, KOTHMBEB M, 1m
AT THE PLAY HOUSE.
26.—Reuben
I
Nov.
in New York.
28.—Theodore
trav
Thomas
'Wiank^viijg ^patrons of the Fargo
operahouse will be entertained by a new
farce-comedy entitled "Reuben in.New
York." IT is'' along typical farce-comedy
lines—that is, it is built expressly for
dispelling the blues. The plot is pfob
ably lost in New York, but what dots a
plot count for in farce-comedy, anyway?
It is the comediai^, or rather comedians,
and the pretty girls who count, and it is
said there are many.of both in "Reuben
in New York." Frank McNish and Jos
eph Harrington are a lively pair and
alone should furnish enough fun for any
audience.
^Mr. F. A'. Stock. 2!f'\
'Saturday night tlie famous" Thomas
Orchestra will be heard in concert at
the Fargo operahouse. The seat sale is
still on for this great event.
The musical critic of the Pioneer
Press, St. Paul, Minn., says of the or
chestra's playing there on Thursday,
Nov.
20:
The possibilities in an orchestral con
cert are legion. Frederick A. Stock,
who is conducting this tour, is an able
musician, and in perfect accord with his
human instrument, controls it at will.
His sympathetic understanding of the
composer's meaning and his ability to
draw forth an answering realization
from the players under his hand, shows
him aji a^ist ir^.the truest sense of the
word.
The soloists were without' exception
worthy of commendation. Miss Jenny
Osbom has a strong, pure soprano voice
under perfect control, and an altogether
charming manner of simple unaffeCted
ness, which, were she any less of a
.musician would secure for her a warm
recognition from the audience. Her
Tendering
of the Gounod Aria on the
(first half of the programme and re
ceived with enthusiasm. Bruno Stein
del played the somewhat elaborate
Hadyn concerto for the cello with great
.skill, but the most beautiful number of
the evening was undoubtedly the Handel
Largo with the violin obligato played
by Leopold Kramer. The Largo in it
self sings of a great peace and the
ivibrating sweetness of the solo violin
exquisite and soulful touch
of Mr. Kramer, made wonderful music.
Of course the tone and general high
grade of the instrument used has much
to do with ^he effect produced by an
orchestra as the talent and cultivation
of the nlayers themselves, and just here
is where the Thomas Orchestra, by a
combination of both, succeeds in attain
ing such a high degree of standard ex
.cellence. The unusual beauty of tone of
the violins and 'cellos alone gives an in
describably richness to the effect, and a
wonderful bass drum, whose muffled
murmurs like great chords sounding
from deptns unknown, could be heard
through" all the other instruments, added
greatly to the volume and fullness of
sound.
...The foregoing is pnly a part, of the
.fpticism which AS- eulogistic, tlisough-
-trrr
$13.50 ROIJND TRI^
v^ Sf F'si.l, or Minneapolis to Chicago,
via the Chicago Great Westerft Rail
way. Tickets
011
sale Nov.
LOOKING FOR ARMORY.
Jamestown Alert: After" Jan. 1 the
militia company expects to be without
an armory fdr a time at least. The
.present armory room in the Watson
Block is desired for other purposes and
it, is also understood that the hall will
nojt be rented fpr nublic dances and
basket ball games. The militia com
pany is looking .for an armory and in
the future may be obliged to build one
of some kind- The state law which
provides, a loan for a long term of years
is no,t a desirable law for the com
panies in that they get no title to the
building after it is paid for. Am ar
mory building that will accommodate
the public for dances and large as
semblies. would be ,a good paying in
vestment in the opinion of (thenmilitia
company members and they hope to
get something of the kind in the near
tlture.
NjQtlCE TO CONTRACTOkS.
Bids Will be received up to 8 o'clock
p. nv ®ec,
7, 1903,
Nature
ai
GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES.
Itching, blind, bleeding or protruding
piles. Your druggist will refund money
if Pazo Ointment fails to cure you in
she to fourteen days.
50c.
PRINTER'S MENTAL TROUBLE.
Bismarck Tribune: The board of
insanity commissioners this afternoon
made an inquiry into the sanity of
Charles E. Murrell, a resident of the
city for a number of years, who has
been employed as a rinter, and at the
conclusion of their examination con
cluded to send him to the state hospi
tal for treatment. It is hoped that his
ailment is only temporary, and that
with such treatment as he will get at
the hospital he will be restored to
health and mental equilibrium.
't(.
29
to Dec.
1 inclusive, gpod to return until Dec.
7
On account of..the. international Live
further particulars apply to J. P. Elmer,
3. P. A., G. W. Ry., Chicago, 111.
Stock Exposition at Chicago. For
1
y :V
JMsm
for the re-laying of
in that portion of the city
North Dakota, where old
are now in use. Each
to furnish two bids, one for
of water mains during the
the other for the re
i water mains in the
cificatidns will be furnished
lo/i. 'live city reserves the
ect any or all bids.
Schneller, Ctjty Audits
WfW
S
Mother*9 Frimd, by its penetrating- and soothing properties,
allays nauaea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, ana
so prepares the system for the
ordeal that she passes through
the event safely and with but
little suffering, as numbers
have testified and said, "it is
worth its weight in gold" fx.oo per
bottle a£ druggists. Book containing
valuable information mailed free.
BKA0FI&.0 ft&OUTOfi CO., Atlanta, 6a.
HP FOUND HIS FAMILY.
Oerman. Pound His Fvally on Board a Train
After Long Eastern Search
Jamestown Alert: One of the inter
esting incidents that occasionally hap
pen on the train occurred today on No.
3.
On the train in the forward end of
the smoker was an apparently well-to
do German. It developed that the man
had been to New York City to return
with his wife and several children who
had started from the old country to
meet him in America. They failed to
appear at the appointed time and place
and he had been searching the city for
his family for some time. He said he
had given them up for lost or dead as
110
tracc of them could be found. He
was returning to his home in the far
West with the gravest of fears in re
gard to the safety of his dear ones. As
the train approached Casselton a num
ber of people in the forward part of
the car began singing an old country
song to a plaintive and touching air.
The door between the two parts of the
car being left open for a moment, the
passengers noticed the man rush for
ward in an excited manner, and soon
the cause of his agitation was seen. He
had recognized the voice of his wife
among those of the singers, and such
indeed was the case. She and the chil
dren were safely on the train and had
been there all night unknown to the
husband who had been searching the
cities of the east over for his supposed
ly lost family. The reunion was an af
fecting one.
WIENER
AJ A A A A a A A A A A A a A. A I A A A a A. a AIA a A A.
WVTTVTT Ifi TW TTT wTWvT •TT TvT
I Am a Specialist
Five years ago the North Dakota Collection v I
Agency started out with one horse and two cxt%
three hundred dollars worth of collections. Wc^
v
handle half a million dollars' worth of paper and^^y yi
have a force of men on. the road who cover the. V*t'
states of.North and South Dakota and Minnesota.^-T-^y
y Our commissions last year were $21,000 they will**
be considerably increased this year. Xfeis' would^jj
indicate that we make collections. We do not *$£fe
r. handle real estate, insurance and half a
other things, but devote ottr entire time to- handl-f^^
ing col'lections. We are in positicnl to buy
tiable paper and past due notes and judgments.
Look up what you have and come in and see us
NORTH DAKOTA COLLECTION A
R00M5 to
6
My prices for li»l on cars
tkjCmt
and no
15 to love children,
home can be completely
happy without them, yet the
ordeal through which the ex­
pectant mother must pass usually i&
so full of suffering, danger and fear
that she looks forward to the critical
hour wi^h apprehension and dreaL
Mother
Friend
•Mti
STOW) THfe TESE.
One Ptrm Say* af the Cary Safc
In Ruins Fifty Hourvr
GARY SAFB Co., City.-' y.
1
Gentlemen: Tlie large rotdtd«or^
improved safe sold us some time sit
passed through the great fire at the till)
ing of the Arcade in this city on 1
morning of the
14th,
and after havi
been in the ruins for over, fifty hoi
was removed, and. ypon opening sar
everything was found to |)c in first ell
condition.
Wc consider this a splendid and-il
isfactory test.
Very respectfully.
WHiTE SEWING MACHINE
S. L. Chubbuck, Maitag
DIRECT CONNECTIONS AC
Union depots are made at St. Paul
Minneapolis by all trains from Pad
coast ahd northwestern opints with
Wisconsin Central Railway, thus
fording a comfortable and convenlt
journey to Manitowoc, Milwaukee, O
cago and eastern and southern cit:
via two modern trains leaving dai
For further information apply to yp,
nearest ticket agent i:M
Jas. Pond, G. P. A..
Milwaukee,
Human
Hair
Big assortment of switch
os, mid wi^s match
your owu Lair, or mado to
order. Prices very r«a-,
sonable. The ladies are
iuvited to call or write.
s
Kopeimaii*.
S Eighth Street Soudit!
Phone 341.
CHICHESTER S PILL!
Original and Onlr Geantaa.
A Btu)arl Remedy, v 11 for 25 rear
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for iJlflClflKHTKK'S KM.UHH
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bl#e rlbboo. Take no of hoc. BcAi
Huhntitutloiiif ii'l Imitation*. Aikjo
DriU'Ki"*. or wud 4 cent*
stamps
for Pa
tli'iilnrw. Testimonial* »nd ftooltl
for Ladle*, L/ return Mull. Sol4 U/i
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