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The Fargo forum and daily republican. [volume] (Fargo, N.D.) 1894-1957, December 15, 1903, Image 1

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PECORATINOOO.
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Attorney General Knox is Arguing the
Case of the U. S. vs. the Northern
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Washington, Dec. 15.—The argument
in the Northern Securities case was
resumed in the supreme court today
and again the courtroom was crowded
with attorneys and others. Attorney
General Knox w&s recognized when
the court came injfmd resumed his ar
gument where he left off last night. He
said the government charges that the
agreement- between the Great North
ern and the Northern Pacific restrain
ed interstate commerce.
TO ELECT MRS. SARTORIS.
St. Louis,- Mo., Dec. 15.—At the
meeting of the board of lady managers
of the Louisiana Purchase Exposition
called for tonight it is expected that
the resignation of' Mrs. James L.
Blair, as president of the board, will
be presented and accepted. Mrs. Nel
lie Grant Sartoris. only daughter of
the late General Grant, will in all prob
ability be unanimously chosen to suc
ceed Mrs. Blair.
ANOTHER RIOT
The Troubles With the Rioters In
Korea Continues and Russia May
(let In.
'iSe.o^,' Eteci *S^Mor® took
place at Mokphe yesterday. A Japan
ese mob wounded seventeen Koreans.
High Korean officials arc hurrying to
Mokphe to quell the disorders. Rus
sia has not yet interfered.
NO MORE OPERATIONS.
The Story
of Additional Operations on the Em
•*.' jfer®r Were Fatee. v.
Bee. I5«—The statentetrt pub­
lished in The London Daily News this
morning that a second operation had
been performed on Emperor William's
throat and that a third may be neces
sary is erroneous. f-
PENSIONS. ''v/V.v^
Washington, Dec. 15.—The house
committee of the whole considered the
e n s i o n a o i a i o n i v
TOD SLOAN WON OUT/
Paris, Dec. 15.—The court which has
been hearing the arguments in the case
of "Tod"' Sloan, the American jockey
against the French Jockey Club for $40,
000 dajnages for being warned off the
turf in connection with Dose de Mai's
winning the Prix de Diane at -Chantilly,
in May last, today found in favor of
Sloan and condemned the jockey club
to pay ^the costs and damages, the
amount of which will be assessed later."
The case irivolved the jockey club's
sole control of the French turf admin
istration.
MANHATTAN CHURCH GOERS
About OocPourtk of the PofilatlM Attmd
•6und«y Services.
NeW Y6rk, Dec. 15.—The census of
the church attendants has been completed
in the borough of Manhattan, which
shows .-that about one' quarter of the
population attend church.,
PLEADED GUILTY!
Tr^pton, N. J., Dec. 15.—James M.
Edge the defaulting Paterson bank teller
pleaded giiilty in the United States dis
trict court and will be sentenced next
Monday. Edge was recently arrested
after an absence from Paterson of near
ly a year. His peculations amounted to
nearly $100,000.
INCENDIARY
A Hilf a MIHkm Fire Lots OccvrnMl al
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kotheste^, N. Y., Dec. is.—Fire de
slirpyed ititfe Foster aiid A^nistiro:
piatio fatt|ry, the shoe
liams, Hwt & Co« mM
sitired
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servtd.
The loss is
about half in
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Gov, Gen.
STORE BURNED
Casselton Reports the Loss of a Busi
ness Place By Fire--Foully
Insured,
Casselton, N. D., Dec. i^.:—The Pal
ace grocery store and meat market here
Was destroyed by fire. The flames
6tarted in the rear, part and it is not
known exactly what was the cause. C.
W. Hanson, the proprietor, does not
know the exact amount of the loss, but
thinks it is fully covered by insurance.
HALE FOR CHAPLAIN.
Boston, Dec. 15.—Rev. Dr. Edward
Everett Hale has wired his willingness
to accept the appointment as chaplain
of the United States senate, tendered
to him today. He has 'made arrange
ments to spend the winter in Wash
ington with his family.
NEW COLLECTION AGENCY.
Grand Forks, N. D., Dec. 15.—This
city is to have a new collection agency.
It will be operated by J. H. Gritdy, who
has been with the Kerr Collection
Agency of Fargo for some time, and
the Skulason Bros.
WANT TO HELP SC0FIELD.
The Mtaot People Waul to Oet Their Sheriff 0«t
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'ifMbt, », Dec. 15 —The1"{^ople
of Minot are greatly aroused over the
sentencing of Sheriff Scofield for con
tempt of court by Judge Amidqn. A
movement is being discussed to peti
tion President Roosevelt for a pardon,
so Scofield can be released from cus
tody in time to eat Christmas dinner
with his family. The friends of the
sheriff insist that he did not know the:
man to whom he was talking was, $
juror.
GOVERNMENT DEFEATED.
San Domingo, Dec. 15.—A rumor is*
in circulation here that troops of the
provisional government have attacked
the revolutionary troops stationed at
Monte Cristi. The government troops
fwere repulsed and now beseiged in a
fort in Santiago City. All is quiet uf
the neighborhood of the fort, though
the situation may become §erioiis at
any moment. V
The United States gunboat Newport
left here yesterday.
WEAR BADGES
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The Employes of the City Hall in
the Windy City Must Be
Branded*^
i)ec. 15.—As a rtsSrlt of the
graft investigation all the city hall em
ployes vvhrfse work brings them in con
tact with the public will be required to
year badges. The.object is to prevent
irregularities and establish the iadentity
of those practising the same.
IMPLEMENT INSURANCE.
Tip,Aanu^t Meetiwl* Betas..Oranip
Grand fortes, k. D., Dec. 15.—The
Implement Dealers' Insurance Asso
ciation is in session here. It is the first
annual meeting of the organization and
at the meeting of the directors last
evening the business was checked up
and found to be in good shape.
The present officers are: president,
D. W. Luke, Grand Forks vice pres
ident, G«o. W. Kurtz, Jamestown sec
retary, Geo. E. Duis, Grand Forks.
The election of officers will 'be held
this afternoon before adjournment and
it is probable the same men will be
re-elected.
Arrangements are also being made
for the ehtfertainment bf the implement
Healers at the meeting to be held here
in January.
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tolaitiMiMtt 0t dttMr iHMrs.
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Dec. 15.—Notification of a
of the Missouri supreme court
brings into, question the legality
nvictions
in St.
FAR(K), NORTH DAKOTA, TUESDAY EVEMNU, DECEMBER 15, 1903.
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CALGARY EXECUTION.
^Calgary, N. W. T., Dec. 15.—One of
the most cold-blooded murder cases in
the criminal annals of the northwest
closed today with execution of Ernest
Cashel. Cashel's crime was the mur
der of Isaac Rufus Bell, a settler in
the Red Deer district, who had be
friended him. The body was thrown
in the Bow River. The crime was
committed in October, 1902, but the
body was not discovered until last
July, when it was identified by rela
tives. Cashel was traced from place to
place by the mounted police and final
ly arrested near Calgary.
Circi
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:ial
KILL POWELL
The Dominicans Would Add a Few
More Assassinations to the Al
ready Long List.
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United States Minister Powell Was
Picked Out As One of the
I: Victims.'
New "fo^, Dec. 15.—An alleged plot]
to kill United States Minister Powell
at Santo Domingo-has been disclosed in,
a letter written by a Dominican official
to a friend here. The letter states ex
President Jiminez should be killed at
the same time. Jiminez was to be as
sassinated but Powell to be "accidental
ly"' killed while a street brawl is go
ing on. Powell was to be killed because
of his opposition to the plans of cer
tain officials. The plot against Powell
was abandoned but he is carefully
guarded when he goes out.
AGED WOMAN DEA0*
Wakefield, R. I., Dec. 15.—Viola
Sand's Hazard, thought to be the oldest
woman in Rhode Island, is dead at her
home here, at the atre of 105 years. She
was known as the only descendant of
the sole survivor of the ship Palatine,
which was wrecked at Block Island in
the eighteenth century and which be
came celebrated as the "Phantom
Ship" in Whittier's poem.
UNDER ENGINE
Engineer on the Denver Limited Was
Found Buried Under the
Locomotive.
MalyflSfi/la., Dec. 15.—Engitieer Knox
on the Denver Limited Burlington west
bound was killed by being pinioned un
der the engine which left the tracks a
mile cast of Malvern this morning. The
fireman escaped. The forward trucks
of tire baggage-car left the tracks. The
passengers were badly shaken.
BOND AIDED ROADS.
Washington, Dec. 15.—The annual re
port of Gen. James Longstrcet, United
States commissioner of railroads, shows
that while the net earnings of the bond
aided railroads have increased over the
preceding year the increase is much less
marked than that of last year, owing to
washouts, scarcity of labor, increased
cost of fuel, etc. Many permanent im
provements and the addition of 2,6co
tniles to the lines of these roads are re
ported. Several roads have declined to
rpport to .the commissioner.
DYNAMITE FOUND.
New York, Dec. 15.—Two one-pound
sticks of dynamite with fulminating
•caps and fuses attached were found
by laborers in the Acker, Merrill &
Condit building in process of construc
tion at Forty-third Street and Broad
way. Mysterious explosions ocpurrcd
early Sunday morning in this building
and the Broadway Tabernacle, Forty
third Street and Broadway, the con
tractors on which. have been employ
ing members of the new housesmiths'.
union", fprmed some time ago in oppo
sition to the union of which Sam
Parks was walking delegate.
COURT DIRECTED A VERDICT.
TIm DuMge Salt Against tlM N. P.
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Quickly DUposed of.
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Gtaud Porks, N. D., Dec. i^^In the
district court this morning Judge
^isk directed a verdict for the defend
ant in the case of Ferris Evans vs. the
•Northern Pacific Ry. Two years ago
'Evans shipped a carload of horses over
the road. They were caught in a bliz
zard and perished at Voss. Evans
brought suit in Pembina Coutity and
the case was thrown out on technical
grounds and later a new suit was com
menced. It developed that Evans had
signed an agreement releasing the
company from any damages and there
was nothing left for the cotift to do
but dismiss the action.
BOOZE
A Spfojp of .Ftyitr New Yorkers Put
tile Whole Bunch to tw
Bad.
I 1 k e e 5 o w e n a e
'dead, a third in the hospital, and a
fourth crazy, because of drinking a de
coction of cheap whisky and wood al
cohol. They had been an a spree in
a rooming house here.
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'BADS, as usual, with the largest and most
complete line of Jewelry, Sterling- Silver,
Rich Cut Glass, Fine Imported China from
all the celebrated potteries of Lurope French and
I American Mantel and Traveling Clocks, Lamps,
1 Gold Headed Canes, Ladies' and Gents' Fine
Umbrellas Gold, Silver, Ivory and Silver Deposit
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E have no hesitancy in saying that we can give you better value,
quality considered, than anywhere else, even in the large cities.
Anticipating the advance, we bought heavily last year and have
still a good stipply which we are willing to sell at about the same old price.
Every diamond is bought with the most scrutinizing care, both for brilliancy,
color, perfectness of cutting, and freedom from flaws of any kind
Never before has there been such an artistic display of
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