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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 05, 1903, Image 8

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$Rev. Dr. William Charles Roberts,
wesident of the Central University,
Banville, Kr., who just died of paraly
«s, held a notable place in educational'
prcles. Since graduating from Prince^
ten in
1855
PAGE IX.
Twenty Years Ago.
PAGE X.
Editorial Comment.
Street Stories.
Xf.
N. D. Kernels.
Operahouse Notes
PAGE XII.
Short City Notes.
Agricultural College.
PAGE XIII.
Society Notes.
Musical Items. -1
Valley City Normal*
PAGE XIV.
New YofAt Letter.
LaMoure 'Courthouse.
Lon Roddy in Troubled
PAGE XV4
Stinday School Comment.
Foster's- Letter.
li PAGE XVI.
ftfT 1- 1
Eastern F'ashions. 1
WE
are exclusive
fo the
HEALTH
he had been pastor of several
ffresbyterian Churches, the president
and secretary of Lake Forest Univer*
sjty, and lastly head of the Central. Dr.
jRoberts, who was born in Wales in
ifas distinguished as a philogist.
1832
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PART TWO—TODAY
.- •filere is not a page In The
Forum which should not be
closely inspected. If you miss
one you will be sorry. Among
the contents of Part H* today
are:
but attending strictly J.6 business is tfiei secret
of ihe success of the Furniture Store of t-n
W O i O S E N
busi-
fSisL»
U*atltiUe*. ana get
l^t luiS ciier
of our cu»-
we buy la
and
..,The ihanufacturers of Royal Baking Powder have had
40 years of scientific experience
Every method of bread-and-cake raising has been «&
haustively studied in this country ahd abroad.
The result is a perfect product in
Powdefr There is no substitute for ii The purify and
efficiency of Royal Baking Powder have been commanded
by the highest authorities of the world.
These facts mean two important iMffifS
keepers: to
i4_L^3l!br»fet.
First: that Royal Baking Powder is healthful
and makes wholesome food.
Second: that Royal Baking Powfllr'm
food good to taste.
ABSOLUTELY PURE
SCOTT'S TRIAL
The Negro Charged With Assaulting
John Fisher Is on Trial in
District Court Today.,
At the conclusion of this case Frank
Scott, accused of making an assault
with a deadly weapon with intent to
rob. was put 0:1 trial. John Fisher of
Lisbon is the complaining witness. On
Oct.
2
last Fisher stopped off in Far­
go en route home from a business
HOT CHOCOLATE
LOWNEY'S
& vefy nice beverage for a moving
drink. For hot Chocolate tp stilt the
average^ taste,
It
Otie lsrgfc teaspoonful of Lowney's
Hot Chocolate powder to one cup of
hot milk, boil one minute to give
flavor. Work chocolate to smooth
pa,ste before adding hotflhifk.
Powder put u|ji in half-potftid tins
ready for iise. If"
•l y —TT' ...
v^FARQO aROCBRY^COtV ,,
e 124. Warner & Voder.
Fresli RqtstedXOff** T#(c« a Week.
Ya& Brand.
b* LucR
It mean* 1^-m
W"
THE FARGO FOliCU AND DAILY BEPUBI.ICAN
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Sfofc-ease of the Red River "Valley
National Bank vs. the,, city of Fargo,
which has been
011
trial in the district
court for the past two days, was con
cluded yesterday afternon about
4
o'clock, when the jury brought in an
instructed verdict for the plaintiff, al
lowing them the full amount of their
claim, which was
$2,421.83
The bank
sued to recover judgment on certain
warrants issued by the city to pay for
the Front Street paving, and which
were purchased by the b^nk. The ac
tion was of the same nature as was
brought by the Pine Tree Lumber Co.,
in which the supreme court held the
city responsible. It is not likely, that
the case will be appealed-
j£"«W .•)
s
struggle
the negro
"''4
I'Mi
\:*$u
4
trip to Minnesota. In the 6veninj^,he
strolled
Over
to Moorhead, returning
to this city abotit
11:30. While
com­
ing up Front St reft he stopped at a
malt joint, and ntad-2 a purchase Of a
bottle of malt. While drinking 111 the
place he fell in with a negro, and
111
a
conversation which followed the .chance
acquaintanceship, Fisher expressed
himself as dissatisfied with his^hote!
accommodations. The negro volun
teered to get him a good room an^jj Uc%
two men left the joint together At
Third Street the negro turned off5 di
recting Fisher toward First Avepue.
When the atley in the rear of Front
Street was reached, the nfcgro inform
edp his companion that the front ^yor
of the Washington House was locked
and that they would have to go in,'the
back way by the alley.. When Se
cluded point was reached in the ailey
the negfo ordered Fisher to climb a
high board fence. Fisher declined anct
started to leive the alley, remarling[_
that he would go in by tne front door:
or not at all. He had not proceeded
more than ten feet when the negrd
suddenly turned and with a revolver?
fired a shot directly at Fisher's head
The ball took effect just over the right
ear, making only a scalp wound!
Fisher fell and the negro jumped upon
him and undertook to go through hi^
pockets.- A
followed in which1
Vvas
worsted and took td
his heels. Fisher's wound was dresseq
a a nearby drug stoYe. The police de|
p^rtment was notified and a edscrip
tion of the negro was given. The fol
lowing day Frank Scott was arrestedf
At his preiiminaj-y hearing he was posi
tively identified by Fisher as the man
who had assaulted him. He was bound
over to the district court in the sum of
$500.
When arraigned he entered a
4il?a 'of .not guilty and Judge Pollock
|,appointeid'''Atft)Kney
Rose to defend
him. The negro has an Albino face
and blonde hair and is one of the mosf
peculiar looking darkies that has eve
visited this section. He is unusual^
bright and apparently hbys had consi
erable experience in^eotirts. 1
The case hiis occupied the attention
pf the jury- all day. At noon the state
rested,. At 2 o'clock the defense com*
rnienced.the
presentatiolt of tlieir cast:
An attempt is lifeihg made to prov^
Sn alibi. The defeftdauL was on thf
stand for about .two. hours this affe^V
ttboti, and fold of His thovements
ing the night of Oct. i\ stating that^
wefit
to bed
at hotel operated S"
negro narned Scott abotit. 11 o'ci
6rt the night of the llbld^tjfe. The" hp?
tel proprietor c6rrobor|i«a i this testif
reach th§ jury before Sloriday.
—11" 11 iii'lV "M-itoU" I
nffitIL.DREN ANp. BIRDS,
A iar?e number of delighled Chili
and in tact a number of atlults for
an audience this afternoqii, in the
Lo^g? Room 4 the TW
to listen td a lecture by rfO^essar Li!
of the University of Grand Forks
the birds of this state and the no'i
west. The lecturc was really under
auspices oi the. Auduboh society
tethe
for
the
Ooviglac Phone
ThtttfS
.pti
tat tf. The
coTcrfed
slidfes
to the 'sbeflrty of ttfaigti ltetu...
be Th'e ifiii is to encotffj
tfie iofiflitloii of btahches all"
iifttl. ifcr* Libby Has friadcf a stodr
fthe birds t$ a intiinB of recreation.
•fjjWlif ilHi 'tf .!" nil" I I V,
E. a Tiyibr
G., iiHi^'«aeeeeded Jarae»
as itiwenfeDimiye of
nilMMiilfh 4wrttf tbt^peik.
ji&ssg^g
|Hie Ten Dayr schoot at the Stock
I Judging Contest at the A. C.
I' iy^'% Be-Interesting.
Clayton Worst conducted the excur
sion party to Chicago, where they were
fnet by Professor Shepperd^ who helped
in showing them the attractions at the
|tig show.
The boys are very enthusiastic over
the trip and presented Messrs. Worst
'••and Shepperd beautiful tokens of their
appreciation of the labor and enterprise
Which the arrangement for the trip en
tailed.
Professor Shepperd of the A. G. re
turned to Pargo with the party of live
stock students last evening after haviftg
spent a delightful period of something
Tnore than a month—accompanied by
Mrs. Shepperd—'in visiting-, the large
tSa^stern
cittes. A week, in Mew York
and-ten days in Washington, D. C., con
stituted their longest stops, although
Niagara, Buffalo, Albany. Troy, West
Point, Philadelphia, Baltimore Annap
olis and Cincinnati, all formed interest
ilng points for shorter visits.
Mrs. Shepperd is returning by way of
&er old home in southern Iowa instead
#f visiting the stock show and expects
to reach Fargo some time next week.
Prof. Shepperd says he asked for The
forum at the congressional library in
Washington and learned from it that
the county courthouse had been destroy
ed by fire and much other interesting
i*ews. The fact that The Forum is. kept
on file in the libraries of the seaboard
pimply reinforces the common- remark:
^Everybody reads The Forum."
Professor Shepperd told a Forum re
orter that while in Chicago recently
ic arranged with one of Swift & Co.,
•stock men to come to Fargo for the
ten day stock judging course to give the
students an idea of the type of hogs
which the Chicago market demands.
Mr. Ferguson was formerly professor
of animal husbandry in the Michigan
Agricultural College and* is one of the
cleverest men to demonstrate types of
stock, by taking animals before his audi
ence, to be found in this country.
The fact .that he goes right into the
stock yards at Chicago and buys and
sorts out the car load lots of hogs to
suit the different market demands indi
cates that he understands the business
from"the practical standpoint. He re
quested Professor Shepperd to prov'idfc
him with some practicaf market speci
mens such as the farmers have which
he can have slaughtered after the stock
men have passed judgment on them. If
Mr. Ferguson carries his demonstrations
to the pork chop and cured ham basis it
would seem that he should be able to
instruct our farmers satisfactorily, even
if they have come from Missouri and
have to be shown.
Briggs & Delancey of Valley City have
sent some of their fine Percheron blood
ed horses to the college for use in the
stock judging classes next week which
irtsures a high grade of stock in that
line. The character of the stock which
will be used for the stock judging
at the college during the next two
weeks will be an agreeable surprise to
the stockmen. The prospect is that all
of the available space in the stock judg
ing room will be filled. Stock and grain
producers who cannot find time to take
Sl.
,, SATUBDAY ETENIHlL.. DECEMBfeS ^kimj .-i^ .~y. '1".. i
Bltpcrt Prom Chicago Will Be
£*pert Prom Chicago Will
Present to Give a Demonstra
tk» of Practical Worlb
students from the Af CV re­
turned last evening from the Interna
Jional Live Stock Exposition held at
Chicago this wefek. The boys report a
j'cry enjoyable as well as profitable
•iveek.
A
A Mysterious
rnmm
"ar
Already Christmas Candies and'
p^Novelties are appearing.
are making many things it^
to herfc: yptt in tfie plan
Itabfe.
'Afv te -i. .y. }i
Blf BcBC di Bverffart's Choco*
latM mfifoiii'' It niia preseni.
PYTHIAN OFFICERS.
Fargo Lodge, No.
to keep you warm white driving
SLIEQH BELLS
lb make a merry drive.
Prices is low as the lowest.
W«. H. Stewart CSl Co.,
101 Broadway, Fargo.
a i O e s i e
Turrt Your
LEATHER
Saved in buying a Heating Stove
means that much money earned.
s
JNC BEST
SttWbi after you start yoW
Many people have taken advantage of our
the entire ten day course are allowed
to come in for shorter periods. The
grain judges have a fine farray of corn,
wheat, and otther grain samples as well
as the noxious weeds which form dock
age, ready for the work and will give
those who take the course some valuable
and timely information upon grain
Which cannot fail to please them.
FACTORY PRICE SALE
Call and get .one for your home or office and yon will never regret it.
THt LargMf Comptote House Furnishers III the West
The Big Furniture Store Witt
the Little Prices.
2,.
Knights of
Pythias" have selected the following of
ficers for the new term beginning Jan.
I, and they will be installed the first
meeting ine the new .y$*f with elabor
ate cercmonies: v
Grand Lodge Representative—Maj
or I. H. Wilson.
1
Chancellor Commanclef—O. ft. Lind
say. v:
Vice Chancellor—•W. "J. Clapp.
Prelate—Thos. Dunn.
BLANKETS *w ROBES
An exposition pf fashions in
wfist, waist *nfL hand i|^gs and
purses. Fashion extends Her do
main even to leather goodc^r
telling her devotees what they,
shall carry i* well ^s. what they
shall weari '6jt(r:casts-..are.
a revelation a( her, latest dicta
regarding, leader good» rfQr aU
purpo %ie«^a ^j|ht olprhicht wfll
whiijfc^lllp t!(ilf w the larf^
tool®'
eyifri ,^1!^
se you.
4 jA
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Why should you buy a
Stove and pay a big
price for it before in
vestlgatiiig other
makes?
Look over The Penin"
aular makes before
buying and you will
find so many points
ahead of other makes
that you can at once
see
for yourself that
the stoves will do all
we claim for them.
Every Stove Is back
ed up by a
GUARANTEED BOND,
so you are not taking
any risks. You will
not find any eraefcad
bottoms in Peninsular
They are bulit to la*t.
Oil tiie Corner Broadway and
Second Avenue North.
*®*5
OLD FOGIES.
"I'm a good deal of an old fogy at^ut
some things," Mr. Push was faying
to Mr. Pulr. We want every fnf in
Fargo to know that we are all 61a fo
gies in the
"Savings 81 Loan,"
when it comes down to plain business
sense, with every commendable feat
ure that was known to the ancients and
and a few to the moderns, but no frills.
Remember, we are still paying FIVE
PER CENT upon savings deposits.
The "SAVIN8S AND LOAN"
HERB'T L. LOOMIS, 8ec. and
609 N. P. Avuui, Fargo, N. D. V
TCjlLET ARTICLES
Manicure Sets, Combs, Brush
es, for clothes, hair and hand, in
various highly polishsd woods:
Cocahoia, Mahogany: and other
woods. All Sterling Silver
mounted'
Uur window now contains a
beautiful combination of engrav-
ings-all ready for the frame with
others in frame and glass mount
ed arid marked at
Other, larger and more highly
irtistic pictures are to be seen
os display suitable for various
rooms of. a hoifte.,
Fitte
Mm mm
torrcspoiiderice afii£
..
Sf.ri
V..: 4
cd
'j.^0
y^
-J. W. Sutherland.
naers«Mi.
Master of Works
K. of R. and S.—Ed C. An
Master of Finance—O. G. Moulton.
Master of Exchequer—Henry Rusch.
Inner Guard—J. F. Schempf.
Outer Guard—Frank j. Q^ker. .*
Trustee—J. M. Thomson, i i
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15
cents each.
v
50
cietj^' 6#tiot»ery embossed and.
if desired.
Books~riie Jj^est noveU
Stories by the ^St autljoril
have s t^nci^rd. ^historic 4
prices—rflf iki
will get for
want.
you the
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