OCR Interpretation


The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 14, 1903, Image 3

Image and text provided by State Historical Society of North Dakota

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042224/1903-12-14/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

"•'i
i
fi&fV:-
.' -'i»-j•
MXX'"""-
V
IlKA
v
n
WE
1
jk
f0r
1
v..
Il
St'
y
i
N. D. EDUCATORS.
The Annual Meeting To Be Held At 6t*nd
Ptorks the Last of tlie Year
The seventeenth annna! meeting of the
'North Dakota. Educational Association
will be held at Grand Forks, Dec. 29,
30 and 31. The session will be held in
the Central High School Building.'
The programme is:
GENERAL ASSOCIATION.:
TUESDAY, DEC. 29,3 J» K,. X:\,
"Prayer. ^""V"
^President's Address ....'
(i. G. C. Schmidt, Jamestown.
vPaper (30 niinutes)—"The Education-'
al Progress of the Year"
Prof. Joseph Kennedy, University.
WEDNESDAY, DEC.
30, 2
P.
Mi'
Prayer.
General Theme—"The Need Of Irii
roved School Environment.".
he School House Proper Light
ing, Heating and Ventilation ....
Paper ... W. J. Alexander, Pembina
Discussion
,. W. E. Hoover, Park Ritfer
The School Room its Arrangement
and Decoration-
Paper (20 minutes) .W. H. Ballou
Discussion (10 minutes)
Miss Sarah L. Roberts, Valley City.
The School Grounds Their Arr
rangement, Protection, as to their
Highest Educational Value
C. B. Waldron, Agricultural College.
THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 2 Jf.
rPrayer..
... .• «.,v
,.X General Theme—"The Means of Tram
the Teacher"'— -.'
Paper ... i ...
Pres. Geo. A. McCamnd, Valley City.
Discussion .. Glyde R. Travis, Mayville
To What Extent Should, the Com
mon School Course be Complete
in Itself? The High School
V Course?—
Paper J. E. McCartney, Draytkn
Discussion':-E^C. 'Llsftard, Lakota
Business Session.
COLLEGE, NORMAL SECTION
M.
O DEC.
30, 9:36
A.
President's Address...
Dr. J. P. W. Brouse, Valley City.
Mark Hopkins as a Teacher
Truth in Logic and Life i
JDr. E. P. Robertson, Wahpeton.* •~4
The Place pf Philosophy in a Liberal
y Education ..
Prof. Vernon P. Squibs, University.
i Turning Points in'History
i W. A. Pringle, Wahpetotl.'
1-. Election of- Oncers.
.' C(?tJNTY SUPERINTENDENTS.
TUESDAY, DEC. 30, 9:30 A. M.
Report of Committee on the Common
$•' School Course of. Study—
History and Civifcs ...
it- Supt. W. StockwelL
Reading and Spelling
Supt. Josephine M. Paulson, Wells.
,t Language and Spelling
Supt. W. J. Alexander, Pembina.
/. Arithmetic and Writing
ji. Supt. M. W. Barnes, Barnes.
^Agriculture
Supt. W. G. Crocker, Ransom.
^Geography and Physiology \./.
Supt. E. C. Olsgard, Nelson.
ji
•»!«'•. jfuesdatt. rtgo, jj.u.i.i" -#.
•Pupils' Reading Circle—Their Advan
tage and Organization—Is a State
Organization Desirable ...
Supt. J. F. Hetler, Traill.
Revision of Blanks and Reports—Ad
visability of a standing committee of
county superintendents to co-operate
with the department
Supt. C. E. Blackorby, Towner.
Local Teachers' Meetings Their
Value and How Organized—Should
a committee, co-opei*ating with the
i department, outline general plans,
,v subject matter, etc?
Supt. W. H. Seitz, Morton.
Wednesday, 9
a. m.
^. Teachers' -/Training Schools—Retro
spect and Prospect—
«, The Two Weeks' Institute
Supt. Anna M. Peterson, Pierce.
The University Summer School ....
Supt. J. F. McLain, Grand Forks.
The Valley City Idea .\
Supt. F. M. Wanner, Stutsman.
The May ville Idea .. .1
Supt. W. R. Kilpatrick, Richland.
of irtter^st to the department of Pub
lic Instruction and to the county su
perintendents.
THE HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3» 9
:3
*vm-w
A. M.
•£President's Address ..:
W. A. Godward, Hillsboro.
'^SiHow Can the High School Course be
Jffe Adopted to Serve at the Same Time
yfv as a Preparation for. Life, and as a
Means to Higher Education?—
Paper ....... J. F. Koehler, Grafton
c'l I Discussion ... G. K. Foster, Cassettdo
THURSDAY, IWEC. 31. 9:3° A. M.
|Pik Uniformity in the Grades of Graded
w V -i V S o o s
1 1 Paper C. Ellithorpe, Williston
i a u s a i o i i v v W v o o e i s a k
j/iHow
to Teach Zoology, Paper........
Some Characteristics of a Good High
"Ife School—
Pipcr ,,
'vVi. Pres. Wehrter Mlerrifield, University.
V Election of Officers.
'li'*-# THURSDAY, DEC. 31, 9:30 A. M.
Music.-
1
The president's address, "The Corii
«, mbn School Power in the State.
R. L. Colvin, Candp.
:Reading in the intermediate grades,
flp Paper .... ...... .. .....
Miss Margaret Rutherford Mayville.
,.pj Discussion.. .i.. .... .... .j..
2 Misst Mazie Clemens, Jamestown.
I
1
(v
ELEMENTARY SECTION.
nternftission—Enrollment, .. ...
School Discipline
k
'v\
PltjHir .«••' ... f^'« A
Z A It. J, WhiM!,
Discussion ..... .. .....
A. M. Carlisle, Grandin.
/Mttsicj
^Hiaftory'-In -'tfce''Grkdds
i
G. H. Miller, Miltott*
Di#^*S?n
.•'
If- Rosenquist, Hatton.
v Vi To Wftit .Extent Sboutd Art Be Taught
in the Gmdes?. tts ^alue. T,
Faeptr ....
?w! Qaftson, .Caftllo.
Di»c^#n ...... .......
MfiW'-ilfcttily' Ferguson, L^rimorl
%. Nature Study: Its Value *.*
M-
f.
v
DEPARTMEfTOV-
$36.00 i
S|c$n$-Hand Organs, good forie,
$150(|
rft%NTUi''
rt
Wife Can satisfy you 00 "^tyle^
quality, price or terras. £*..]
Mve New Organs ds lbwias*—1
I
iano^ as\Jcfiy .^ST« r.:
Very g90d ones for—
$200, $250.
4.
i*.
Terms to suit your own pocket
book. Don't think of buying ^any
where before looking over our
makes, and getting2 dot prices and'
terms.
Store Open Evenings
The Big Furniture Store with
the Little Prices. Licensed Un
ters and Embalmers.
Prof. D. E. Willard, AgricuUvuat,Col
lege. .*
Business Session. *. w
SCHOOL DIRECTORS,
TUESDAY, DEC. 29, IO A. M.
Mtefltion of School Board to Superin
tendent.
(a) Fron^. the School Board's Point
of View ......Geo. I. Foster, Fargo
-. (b) prom the Superintendent's Point
of ^iew P. S. Berg. Larimore.
Teachers' Wages.'
(a) Shall there be a hard and fast
schedule?
(b) What consideration shall grade,
Experience and qualification recieive?
Senator J. S. Cashel, Grafton.
Attitude of School Boards Toward the
Compulsory Attendance Law—Ad
visability of a Truant Officer in Larg
er Cities..J. A. Sorley, Grand Forks
'Round'Table Discussion.
Election of Offiters. ,v
•^4.1,^. OFFICERS.
fJZ general association 'X
Presiilent-r^, Schmidt, James
o w v
First Vice President—F. E^erdtt
Smithy Fargo.
v
I
|J- Second cVicp President—W. J. Biuck
man, Minftewaukan.
Treasurev^-Stfpt. P. S.- ver^r, i-ari
•more.
Secretary—A. P. Holiis, Valley "City.
CQi-LEGE AND NORMAL SECTION.
-President—Dr. J. P. Brouse, Valley
•City
HIGH SCHOOL COUNCIL
President—T. C. Williams, (deeeas
ed), Ca^selton.*.
W $
ork..
1
ft
/Goditrd,
*'X-:
Mitinie Wright,
B3LEMENTAMY SSCTlOlf. I
v: Presidentr-^^L. Colvin. Citri^o:'
V»^« Ptw^pt-^Misy: Mazie- Clem*
:'L'
'V.
Turkish Rockers and
ents, Jamestown.
Secretary—A. M. Carlisle, Granditi.
THF' ^ABGO J^Rmr AttD DAILY -ITEPTTBLICAff,- MO?TDAY EVBMlfO, DECEMBER Kr'lWfc.'
"mw
Leader Goods.
We have' a very large assortmehji
of— i
Parlor and Club Sets,
'•"I
Couches and ji. ':T~''J1&
i^'3n vis 'a
n*l t'-.fi
.. Fapsy Rockc
-r i-.{ r.jit »v
in endless variety, and every
of Leather Goods is guaranteed tj
be of the very best make.
ItjjriH surprise you if you will
Compare
feri'
}«*4
Investigate.
DEPARTMENT OP ^trPERINTENDENT. s
President—Supt. W.
:^i
executive
Stockwc:U,
Bismarck. X- X, .^X#lX.r'
ComMmiisl,
Chairman—President J. H. Wor^t,
Agricultural College.
College and ^Normal Sections—Dr.
J. P. W. Brouse, Valley City.
High School Council—W. A. God
ward, Hillsboro.
Elementary Section—E. & Olsgard,
Lakota. .r ....
School Board Sectiol^Hfc ji. Weljs,
a n o k s
State Superintendent, ex officio^
Supt. W. L. Stockweli, Bismarck.
"BUDWEISER," WORLD'S BEST
laperial Sclcnliflc CoounUsIwi Awards An
heuser-BMKb's B«er Firit Premium.
The highest honor fof. quality of bder
nas been awarded to tW Anheilser
Busch Brewing Association "Budweiser"
by the Imperial Scientific Commission at
Pragrue, Bohemia. 'r
The commission 'Wis appointed to
investigate and artalyife Itte Various kinds
of beer bn the World's market. After
,?ome. time spent in the work, the com
.irission in its final report stated .that to
the Budweiser belonged the premium for
puHty'and general supieriority.
Colonel John Hurst, aged 67, and
Mrs. Lizzie Elliott, aged, 65, were mar
ried the other fvening iri Louisville.
Two married women, dftt^hters of the
bride and groom, acted as bridesmaids,
their husbands being the groom's at
tendants-/ .'Two- little granddaughters
of the bride acted as ftower girls. The
happy couple are both of Clarksville,
Tenn., but were married in Louisville
.tou avoid the ftotiee they felt the event
would attract ia the jcity }f their.borne..
IppifpppipiBspapppiBMigaiPM
An old and trite saying
7WT
For the seekers of the beautiful and good in furniture. .You can't buy It
elsewhere at our prices. Our immensity and "little prices" tell the reason. Pleasing, satisfying
and guaranteeing does the rest. Our Holiday Novelties now on exhibit is larger and finer than ever
Piano and Organ
50 Per Cen|
fHSCOUNT ON AL6
Fancy China,
Statuary,
Vasaif*
Bric-a-Brac,
Glassware,
7Pjec
and Lamps."
We are going to sell every piece
in this department by Xmas. Come
and help yourself.
Just think of it!
One-Half what you will
pay anywhere else.
Remember, we cap furnish ^ny|^ii|J|r.the home from the |eUar to the garret
TURPENTINE INDUSTRY.
Ofeeritors la the Sbuth Adopting: New Metttod
Extracting Turpentine.
The discovery of a new way of ex
tracting turpentine, made two years
ago by Dr. Charles H. Herty, work
ing under the direction of the Bureau
of Forestry, is resulting in a complete
change of methods by turpentine oper
ators all over the south.
In a bulletin published last spring
by the bureau of forestry the claim was
niade that the experiments with the
new cup and gutter system of turpen
tining had resulted in an increase over
the old boxing system of 23 per cent
in the amount of the product extracted.
This figure has now been raised to
more than 36 per cent. In other words,
Dr. Herty's system, when universally
adopted in the south, as it is bound to
be sooner or later, will have increased
the turpentine production of this coun
try by more than a third, provided the
same number of trees are used. Two
years ago when Dr. Herty first made
known his discoveries he put 20,000
cups into operation. Last year this
figure was increased to about 400,000.
Ttiis year a- conservative estimate,
places the number of cups to be used
at
3,000,000.
The figures jfive some in­
dication of the rapidity with which tur
pentine operators'are adopting the
hew' system. The change of methods
has been so rapid that the pottery
company which undertook to supply
operators with earthen cups has been
unable to keep up with its orders and
has been bbliged to -refuse contracts
for over 2,000,000 cups. It is safe to
say (hat the majority of the, large tur
pentine operators in this country have
given pthe boxing system and will
£xtc*ct their turpentine by means of
'(tap* And gutters.
economic saving of this new
^Uctovery iS (:normous, Jit not oiily
tnis,
but hoW well it
(iifts here that are bargains in price, beautiful in style, full of
j£race and elegance, and the kind that last a lifetime. That de
icription applies to our Mammoth assortment of
Stupendous Assortment Here
CARPETS,
DRAPERIES^
LACE CURTAINS,
BEDDING,
QUILTS AND
BLANKETS
We Have in many designs fMid
styles you cannot find any
where else, and you will be
pleased to see the v
LOW PRICES
we have put on everything in
this, department.
AH Mail Orders ffivmt
prompt attention.
causes a great increase in the amount
of turpentine produced, but it is a
most important factor iri saving the
pine forests of the south. Every one
knows that trees from which turpen
tine has been extracted by the old meth
od—"boxed" timber it is called—soon
die from the wounds inflicted on them.
'JTie cup and gutter system, on the
other hand, is not fatal to the life of
the tree, and does very little damage
to the timber.
The bureau of -forestry has .arranged
to give the personal asisstarice of Dr.
Herty to turpentine operators whp jb«
sire to install the new system. V
GOLD WIN SMITH.
A familiar figure in Toronto is Gold
win Smith. Every fine day he take's
his carriage drive and one sees a
shrunken old man, as thin as he is tall,
silent and grave of demeanor, preoc
cupied, it would seem, with his own
thoughts. "One might make the mis
take 1 of supposing," said an observer,
"that the aged citizen—he has celebrat
ed his eightieth birthday—was a dys
peptic pessimist, that life had lost its
charm for him and that time had for
gotten him in its merciless march to
ward a future that is never overtaken.
Such is one picture of the old profes
sor—a mental snap shot taken from a
curbstone."
DIRECT CONNECTIONS
Union depots are made at St. Paul and
Minneapolis by all trains from Pacific
coast and northwestern points with the
Wisconsin Central Railway, thus af
fording a comfortable and convenient
journey to Manitowoc, Milwaukee, Chi
cago and eastern and southern cities
via two modern trains leaving daily.
For further information apply to your
nearest ticket agent.
J[a». Pood, G. P. A.,
Milwaukee, Wfc.
'X
"'4 v
Furniture Dept.
In Fancy and
Novelties in
FURNITURE
we have the largest iuie ever
shown in Fargo, and it will bo
very riecessary fqjr you to take
extra time when you come
here, there will be so many
pieces to interest you that it
will t^ke time to study the
different things we here dis
play.
v'
•I
i
1 1
Store Open* Eve/iings
the Corner of Broadway
Second Avenue North,
Fargo, North Dakota.
}, ...
1'^
From now until after the Holidays,
things will be extra brisk at The
Big Store, so we advise shopping
as early as convenient.
utfiSraSs
Mfc&HDi
350 Rooms With All Modem Improve
ments 'Jl jt j$ jl jt
"~T?ELAR(^
BEST KEPT
HOUSE IN
WASHINGTON FOR
PRICES CHARGED.
CENTRAL IN ITS LOCATION.
Convenient to all lines of Street Can*
Churcho, Public Buildings, and
of Interest*. J* J* «J*
Steam Heat and Electric Llgfct through*
out the Entire House. Jt jt
RAT£
Amrimnm
iay.
fill Mi par
Emtpm. ftMmfc $1 pir 4*
0.0. STAPLES
GEO. F. satnr#

xml | txt