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1',, vr K^^'p $* :$§? I C.1v Ssf "#.V^V 4 '.4 PURITY V n^\v ?^7i I6| Pill the populaF Wlfft. "Purity Combined with Goodness." (ALL ^Funeral services for MSss Winters Were held this morning at St. Mary's cathedral. A requiem mass was sung, Rev. Father Lemieux being the cele brant. Among the beautiful floral trib utes which rested upon the coffin was one sfcnt by the Commercial Club of Fargo. The interment was made in the Catholic cemetery at Moorhead in a lot .where another member of the family is buried. The pall bearers were: Messrs. John Kennedy, Will Kennedy, John Boulger. Chas. Elliott, Ed Smith and Dan Smith. A large congregation parti cipated in the services at the cathedral arid the funeral cortege was a long one. It is stated that Miss Kate Winters was very ill when Mr. Winters left CTiuenix a few days -ago—she is being •tenderly cared iojt "i' .. •uw .• A vt •, v ,Ve* DEALERS.) C. A. Everhart & Co. PURITY PURITY LIGNITE COAL. Washburn Lignite Coal Co's lignite can be had in large or small quantities ol the Weftgewood Dray Line, agents, 6jt4 Front Street, 'phone 774- FUNERAL OF MISS WINTERS. Accompanied by the bereaved father tfye body of Miss Mamie Winters, who Bed at Phoenix, Ariz., several days ago, arrived in Fargo Sunday morning and fcas at once taken to the family resi dence 011 Front Street. i v ,- PURITY C. A. Everhart & Co. All through the holidays Everhart's Fancy Box and Bulk Candles fey the beneaved mother. 7.' Full Blood Pol and China Boars for sale E E Y HEAVY WORK HORSES rOR SALS 5 Sixty head from Morton County. Weight from 1100 to 1500. Or« Holcomb, Washington House Feed and Sale Stable v,?^'j,i( i 1 OLE IS IN SERIOUS TROUBLE Arretted ail Board Jumping Chart*—He Is Accuced of Ptritry. Ole Orera was brought in froftt* Leonard by a constable on Saturday night and lodged in the county jail, on a charge of jumping a hotel bill. The complaining witnes is Howland W. Hill, the genial Leonard boniface Hill states that the accused owes $2.50, and if he wants to pay that Jhid the costs so far accrued he is nut dis posed to prosecute: e. Mr. ?s jfiini But this little board jumping busi ness is a trifle compared with another charge which the officers believe they will be able to make stick against Or era. It is said that during his financial depression that he forged the name of a well knpwn Leonard farmer to a check for $50 and endeavored to get the money on this Instrument. The forgery was detected and the draft was not honored, but the party on whom an effort was made to pass the check retained it and turned it over to the authorities. It is understood that the state's attorney is looking ino this mat ter and that in the course of a few days Orera will be arraigned on a forgery charge. i BLOUT-BAERNSTEIN NUPTIALS A Pretty Home Wedding Thit Cpe Sur prise to Friends. A pfttty little home wedding, and one which was something of a surprise to the many local friends of the high contracting parties, was the marriage Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, %t the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Baernstein, 812 Second Ave nue North, of Miss Maine Baernstein to Henry L. Blout. The ceremony was performed by Judge A. G. Hanson of the county court in the presence of only the relatives and the immediate friends of the high contracting parties. Shortly after the ceremony was per formed the happy couple was driven to the N. P. depot, where they took the train for Washington, the home of the groom's parents. The bride has lived in Fargo from her infancy and is one of the most popular and highly respect ed young ladies in the city. The groom is one of the prominent merchants and manufacturers of the city, and stands high in commercial and social circles. Mr. and Mrs. Blout have the best wishes of a large circle of friends and admirers for a long and happy wedded life. This happy event was scheduled for the latter part of January and was something of a surprise in local circles. Mr. Blout received a telegram Friday night stating that his father was quite ill and requesting his presence in Washington at once. After consulta tion he decided that he would advance the wedding date and let his hriitie' ac company him. BOUND OVER. New Rockford, N. D., Dec. 9&—To The Forum: Van Gilchrist was ar rested on a-charge of bootlegging and hound over by Judge Winslow to the district court. Cor. T. THE MILNOR SHOOTING. Forman News: With regard to 1 death of Nels Foss of Milnor there is considerable speculation as to whether the apparent slight wounds which he received from bullets fired at him in the recent shooting affair were the di rect cause of his demise, or not. There have been, however, so many stories concerning the shooting, and so much ill-feeling has been engendered at Mil nor, that it is well at this time to say it would be better for all to wait calm ly and patiently until the matter can be sifed by a fair and honest trial before district court. The two Blew brothers and O. E. Winch* who were mixed up in the shooting, made a sad mistake in allowing their passions to rise to the extent they did still, it seems they have friends who plead justification for them. It also seems that Nels Foss, after the shooting, was kept in contin ual excitement of mind by the talk of a few of his friends, and it is said this h^d much to do with hastening his death. ODD to go with if0n beds or anything in Furniture 1 Nothing but a lucky bu^ on our part enables us to turn these dressers over to yoU at these prices* Here's two of theta» The re are. othe ft* A solid oak Dresser with French plate mirror or...... Call a *4 prcttkit tha cwasr ol B«M«r«y For State News Read The Fofum. SNAPS IN y,./-J DRESSERS L. Speaking of snapC^enifricfs us we have some of the biggest snaps in Odd Dres&ers ever offered in this toWn. Saving money is a mode of wisdom. A wise woman always buys where she can 9ave, e/er. if its only a little. We can save you money on dressers An elegant 5 drawer Chi£on iei for only «M* tint. th« 1 If w y v THE CANDY WAS DOCTORED. Judge Oeerey Finds Ricket Store MM Quilty ot Selling Impure Candle*. WILL BECOME INDIGNANT. Representatives of the Colombian Government Witt Leave Washington. Washington, Dec. 28.—Dr. Herran, Colombian minister, and Gen. Reyes, Co lombian envoy, will quit Washington un less the United States, in the reply which Secretary Hay will make to the note of General Reyes, accords to Colombia that measure of Satisfaction which, from her point of view, she feels herself entitled to with respect to Panama. While disavowing any intention of bringing ufidue pressure to bear on Sec retary Hay for a speedy reply to the note which General Reyes has filed in behalf of Colombia, General Rayes and Dr. Herran are anxious to be apprised of the secretary conclusions at the earli est possible moment. i With a view to obtaining light on this point, Dr. Herron twice called at the home of Mr. Hay, but he was unable to see him on account 6f the secretary's illness. The hope is entertained hy General Reyes and Dr. Herran that, in the event of a refusal by Mr. Hay to admit their contentions, the United States may agree, as a last resort to a submission of the proposals to The Hague court of arbitration. The condition of Secretary Hay re mains unchanged. His bronchial trouble doesn't yield to treatment and he may go to Thomasville, Ga.. where the mild' climate helped him once be fore and it is expected he will get re lief again. Although Secretary Hay hasn't re plied to the note of General Reyes, preparations are going forward for the closing of the Colombian legation here and the departure of Colombia's rep resentatives for home. U. S. TROOPS FOR PANAMA. Sti^p*. Fitted Out to jCsrry Troop* to ., Panama. WE MtdofoStttf 'ASfO BAfLt StflrahcAtf, mokda* Wnfflo,' fffimJ&sm' js isea" y Albert P. Lewis, manager of' the racket store of Pfohl & Smith, who was arrested about ten days ago charged with violating the pure fpod laws of the state, was tried before Justice Gearey this morning, and on a finding of guilty was sentenced to pay a fine of $25 and costs, which amount to about $26. gave notice of an appeal,.to ,the district coiut. Lewis is specifically charged with sell ing cheap candies, containing anilimi knd other substances injurious to- health. His trial was set for last Monday, but 011 motion of his attorney, R. M. Pol lock, a continuance was granted until after the Christmas rush. It is under stood that the manufacturers in the east, why supply the house with the "doc tored" sweets, have advised that the case be appealed and that they will bear the expense. The case will,, probably be be heard in the. district court at jtlie January term. 'i'"' '"I" Philadelphia, Dec. 28.—The Sabbaih stillness at the League Island navy yard was broken today by the hurried fitting out of the cruiser Dixie for her trip to Colon. The activity at the yafcl resembled much the busy scenes there prior to the Spanish-American war. Brigadier General Elliott, commanding the marine corps, and who is going to the isthmus on the Dixie, arrived in the afternoon. Three companies of marines, one from Boston and the oth ers trom Washington, also arrived. They were marched to the barracks and later were sent on board the cruis er Altogether the Dixie will take 600 marines who will be under the com mand of Lieut. Col. Waller. The work of loading the cruiser con tinued until midnight Saturday and was completed Sunday afternoon. The quantity and character of her cargo in dicates that the government expects a long campaign at Panama. Her holds and decks are crowded to the limit with stores. Besides the regular stores and other outfit for the marines on board of her and those now at the isr thmus, the Dixie will take with her five wagon loads of small arm ammu nition, a large quantity of lumber, camp supplies aj^d a nupiber of ^g- MORE SUPPLIES. *$ San Francisco, Dec. 28:—Nearly a train load of army supplies hospital tents and blankets arrived here under rush orders sent from Omaha by the govern ment tq the superintendent of the trans port service here. BOTH OCEANS. Uade Sam Is Sending Mare Fighting Machines to tlw Ifthmui. ,' Washington, Dec. 28.—The fleet of warships on both sides of the Isthmus will shortly he reinforced by several v#b sels now on the way tftere. A number of gun boats and cruisers in bolh pof^hgjjave been ordered to gfy. MAY fcE A RUSE.' .Rome, Dec. 28.—tNews has been re ceived here that Captain Bisio, com mander of the Italian squadron Somali(and, arrived at Obbf^, on fj flitfsfoip Cristipforo C4kMt6, fr wffck-'gjoint he s*rtt tfniiftHtffei tb intlrM having Mr *tiSr staftd ihat tK trieat With Grf$t ItaHatis. The in: ,4iiiiiilfc to ai' "it to ire, kh the ItaL^, ^,^, i* gain tittle —r for m^mm^mmmm^^fm n i, V i .* 355 He Men's Clothing V Always lower in price here than at the clothing stores, 10 Per Cent Discount Well made, good fitting clothes for boys, (0 Per Cent Discount Men's Boys' Shoes Ladies', Misses' and Chil Shoes and Slippers of all kinds also Overshoes, 10 Per Cent Discount Wool Dresses for Children, 20 Per Cent Discount. Ladie's Cloaks and Suits, 20 Per ,, Cent Discount, ii BUTTERICK PATTERNS, -. Always the Best. ^*1 OPERATE ELEVATORS. SiMawtilnl Ejfoerlments Reported In Central Illinois Towns. Bloomington, 111., Dec. 28.-r-Farmers of central Illinois .and especially' in Livingston County, are organizing stock companies and building and op erating their own elevators and so far it has proven a profitable investment, paying good interest. One has been started at Shir}ey* this county. At Pontiac theif elevator gets all the grain that conies to town, as they pay several cents more than the otlnfr dealers.' The same is true at Mc Dowell and also at Spires, east of Mi nonk. The farmers of Graymont are now organizing a stock company with cfcx i- $10,- capital. About all the shares are sold and an elevator will soon be con structed. REAL BLOOD. 'aria, Dec. 28.—A duel witlr swords ivas fought between Captain Levy, of *he fifth rfegiment of engineers, and Henry De Molroy, a leading anti-Sem ite. Captain Levy was wpttnded in the arrii. The traditional results of French duels were not followed in this case, lor the opponents remain unreconciled. IThe duel was the outcome of an alter cation over the Dreyfus case. TEXAS TEACHERS. $larlin, Texas, Dec. 28.^—The annual meeting of the State Teachers and Su perintendents' Association of Texas ppens here this evening and will con tinue through tomorrow. At the initial session Hon. 2. Harlan will deliver the adress of wtlcome and response for the visitors will be made by Super intendent T. A. Taggart of Nocona The feature ,of the evening will be 'address on "The School Children heir Land," by John J. Terrell, s nd commissioner. This will be fol ati_addreyss by Superiatende: "i||lpte^Dnio. 1 U y Will ins static delegates fr^m various Vn^ state and all indications larg&jattendaruft.* SBNT TO THE Grand Forks Edy) who admits t| in ja|t tth ided -iV,- ^owld jiist^ ummmn^i. i n iiiilwijiwiiiii«li»il|ii.nnjiii| ^i» ni»'(.jippyywjppffM^lipiilWWW^IWWWWWWWiP^j^ 4 10 to 33 Per Cent Discount. Laces 20 Per Cent Off. 20 Per Cent Off, 10 to 20 Per Cent Discount. 'f'V '.* Y9. *^'-j ».*M.v\,S K( i iHn i 10 Pine Fleeced Wrapper Goods 20 Per Cent Off. ing him, over to a policeman. In mu nicipal court Kennedy waived examin ation. H«f was taken to the peniten tiary at Bismarck last night by Sheriff Turner, In the case of T. J. Forgham, con victed of Jobbery, Judge Fisk denied the motion to set aside the verdict, and ^suspended sentence pending the argu 10 •fr®*®* •fr®*®*®*®! ..I Am a Specialists i#^' wl,-lIorth Dakota Collection Agency frttt trttit one horse and two or three hundred dollars' -#orth of collections. We handle a half a ipillion dollars' worth of paper and have a force of men on the road who cover the state of North and South Dakota and Min nesota, Our commissions last year were $21,000 they will be consider ably increased this year. This would indicate that we make collections. We da not handle real estate, insurance and half a dozen other things, but devote our entire time to handling collections. We are in a posi tion to buy negotiable paper and past due notes and judgments. Look come in and see ns. O. WFKgRR^ NORTH DAKOTA COLLBCTIpN AGENCY ROOMS 1 to 6 EDWARDS BUILDING. Itpke| pro "*'t i Departm't Store 16 and 18 Broadway, Fargo. S£ GOING OUT OF BUSINESS of Merchandise eV -'-Alike Men's Sweaters Ladies' and Children's Men's Dress 20 to 33 Per Cent Discount. /i 'A ,1 vl A full line of All-Wool and Mixed Wo$i Sweaters -for. Mettt- .4 u 20 Per Cent Discount A very choice line of La dies' Underwear to choose from, 10 to 20 Per Cent Dis. VV" ^5 Bis. to Per ljent For Men,, Women, Boys and Girls, Per Cent Discount ment of a motion for a new trial. Thjs motion will be argued next Saturday, Jan. 2. "v Forgham, with two otliers, was at* rested at Larimore on a charge fil holding up several men. Forgham convicted, and owing to a lack of need ed witnesses the case against the din ers was dismissed. 0^- scnptidns drug storer. and Qn the degree,of defends the degree of ie prescriptioii ., A fl V- A There is still left a fair as sortment of Men's Under- s -J 1 r.-.v# y V "Z 'i i' 4 1 ti .^.il •k* r-.'v 1 i 1 i ,1 1 V«#^s I rr M' Pf W 1 ks ft .V^ 7" Wkt *"r