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522-524 Front Street,
SiIkS 3H(i
for
Specials
Navy Blue Serge
125 yards of 56 inch navy blue all
wool Storm Serges, "sponged and
shrunk," best $1.25 values ever shown
Special (or Saturday fl
per yard W***if
$1.25 and $1.50 Dress Goods, 59c
20 pieces of 44 and 46 inch Fancy Mo
hairs, Plain Voiles, Henriettas and
Panamas, worth $1.25 to $1.50, your
choice Saturday, CAa
per yard OmFif
WEATHER REPORT.
tJ. S. Department of Agriculture,
Weather Bureau.
Moorhead, Minn., May 18, 1906.
Alt observations taken at
STATIONS.
Bismarck ..
Jalfary
7«vils bake.
Jnluth
tdmonton...
lavre. .....
lelcna
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Med. Hat.
Moor hind...
On Appfllle..
•t. Paul ...,
Williston ...
Winnipeg...
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Chicago Forecast.
For Moorhead and vicinity and Red
river valley—Generally fair tonight
and Saturday cooler tonight with
probably light frost.
Weather Conditions.
The low over western South Dafcota
yesterday morning Is centered this
inorning over the British possessions
florthwest of Lake Superior, attended
»y lower temperature, and rains over
ttie British possessions, northern Mon
tana, North Dakota, Minnesota and
teke region, and it is raining this
morning at Battlefonf tfofl frnfcu Ing at
.Allnnedosa. Kansas City reports a
twinfall of 1.20 inches and Minnedosa
1.14 inches.
An area of higher pressure has ad
vanced over the Rocky mountain dis
tricts and as it moves eastward the
lemperature will fall, and generally
lair weather is expected in this vi
cinity tonight and Saturday with,
probably light frost.
The barometer at Moorhead this
morning was 28.82.
H. W. Grasse, Observer.
CITY LOCALS
Garden plants, Johnson & Peterson.
Good health makes good citizens—
the basis is Golden Link flour.
Plants—All kinds of garden and
flower settings at Stanford's.
Have your eave troughing done by
The Klinsmann Co. Work guaranteed.,
F. S. ALUMNI
OUTING DANCI
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Pile's Hail, Friday, Maf 18*
TIdKETS tt.00 Per Couple.
One of the largest gatherings ever
in Stone's hall was last night at the
ball given by the drill team of the
i.Kons of Norway. Nerhauge^'s or
chestra furnished the music.
The Murray Cure institute at Far
go
Ib
not a prison nor a hospital in
the strict sense of the latteif word, but
bright, clean, well kept institute
where good wholesome fqod is served
And is filled with, a lot^of good fel
lows, who have been unfortunate hut
feave ambitions to become better. The
environment is congenial and a sure
Cure of the drink arid Ikjuor rialits
is assured all who heod such treat
ment. Address for particulars, the
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Fargo, N. D.
Saturday Only:
Black Taffeta Silk
5 pieces more of our celebrated Blue
.fcdge Taffeta Silk 36 inches wide,
best 1.25 values far
go, F—"'--A
Saturday only, per A^.k
piece 5PfM»
Cream Taffeta Silk
160 Yards of 36 inch Cream hiffon
Taffeta Silk, fine lustre and finish,
our $i.$o quality, Special 4 |A
for Saturday only ••19
Murray Cure, 321 Thirteenth street
south, Fhrpo* i jt
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Have Glover make your show cases.
The bank clearings today wer
448,326.36.
Ship your htdefc, pelts,
nt.
(75th Meridian Time.)
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Smith & Co., Fargo.
"Phone No. 15 if you want a cab
night or day. Jeff Young & Co.
Phone 791
for
first class printing,
pew plant. Gross Bros., Keeney
block.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON CITY PROPERTY
W. D. Hodgson. Phone 125L
On any reasonable quest op any
reasonable task—a want ad. Witt us
ually make good.
If you have Fargo city property for
rent, sale or exchange, call upon the
O. W. Kerr Co.
Get your help, male or female, from
John Bolstad & Co., employment
agency, 414 Front street, Fargo. Phone
151.
MRS. A. E. LAWRENCE
DRESSMAKING PARLORS
Rooms 3 and 4. 280 Broadway.
For prompt service and an imme
diate reply, use the long distance
lines Of the Northwestern Telephone
Exchange Co.
A petition for discharge from bank
ruptcy wa^'filed ih "the offtde
1
of the
clerk of the federal court this morn
ing by Ed "Bush of Grand Forks.
See George H. Purchase's ad in real
estate column of this paper in rela
tion to free homesteads and R. R.
lands forsafe In the Golden Valley,
N. D.
The Moorhead News office was
broken into last night but nothing of
any value was stolen. It is supposed
that boys were responsible tot the
burglary.
LUGER'S
NEW
UNDERTAKING PARLOWI
No. 11 Broadway.
JOHN E. DOUGHERTY,
Licensed Bmbalmer and Funeral Diretv
tor. Day or night. Phone 142-8.
The friends of Miss Grace Loft
house will be pleased to learn that
she is doing nicely after undergoing
an operation for appendicitis at a
local hospital.
It's not enough to have read the
ads. last week nor to intend to Tead
them next week. Today reading of the
ads. is as essential as today's reading
of the news—if you would keep step
with things.
SEED BARLEY
We have choice Mansliury Barley, free
from foul seed. Also Beardless Barley
FARGO SEED HOUSE
I' FARGO, N. D.
New
Tlie Great Gas Saver.
Seven Feet of Gas will finish Biscuits on both
racks. This includes heating oven and baking.
One Cent's Worth of Gas will heat the oven
and do
quick baking.
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Wholesale
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MONEY TO LOAN
ON FARGO CITY PROPERTY
W. J. LANE, Over First Nat'l. Bank
You know how it is yourself. If
you have something of especial im
portance you want to tell the news
papers about it at once so everybody
will know. That's what other people
o—so if you would keep up with the
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Savtjs its own cost in a short time.,,
Yowtan't afford to be without one.
Connection Made Free."
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No. 67
Broadway
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THE FARGO FORUM AND DAILY REPUBLICAN, FRIDAY, EVENING, MAY 18, 1906.
A1 Johnson repairs everything at H.
F. Emery's hardware.
Gunther's candies nothing nicer—at
Fout & Porterfleld's.
Bicycles and repairing at J. E.
Johnson's Cycle Supply House.
new and interesting things read the nominated me, and I did not mall my
ads. You'll be glad you did so. acceptance."
Erickson photos will not disappoint.
10,240 ACRES
Within 6 miles of Invermay, Sflk
$8.25 per acre. W. D. Hodgson.
New cake of soap with every bath
at Johnson's. 602 Front street.
New line Passepartout pictures, 15
and 25 cents. McClane's art store.
Phone 585 for Delmert & Murphy's
quick delivery of wines and liquors.
Hoodwink the oculist. Madden Eye
Medicine cures eyes. Don't smart. 25c.
When in Moorhead go and see A. J.
Rustad's new place, next to the south
bridge, phone 369.
.! .AVI U
MISS AAG£i¥ 80RENSON
Iwstrcctoh
on
Piano
and
Obgan
703 Fourth St. S. Tel. 426-L.
Five hundred passepartout pictures
just received at McClane's art store,
15 and 25 cents.
Choice, fat, plump chickens weigh
ing 4 to 5 pounds for Sunday dinner.
Phone 591 or 592, Egbert's market.
We want to meet parties who have
ome residence lots for sale. ten
ere tract adjoining the city limits
will beconsidered. O. W. Kerr Co.
BALED HAY
Finest quality Baled Hay $6.oo
PER TON in any quantity.
W. D. HODGSON
Kidney complaint kills more people
than any other disease. This is due to
the disease being so insidious that it
gets a good hold on the system before
It Is recognized. Foley's Kidney Cure
will prevent the development of fatal
disease if taken In time. H. H. Cas
selman, Lion Drug Store.
Biscuits baked in eight minutes af
ter turning on the gas in a cold oven
of the "Direct Action" range was a
feat witnessed by a large number at
the demonstration of the range at the
gas office Wednesday evening. An
other demonstration will be made for
the benefit of those interested Sat
urday evening from 7 to 9:30 o'clock.
FOR SALE
Ui^til June tat we will offen »,6oo
acres of land located in Oliver
County, N. D., at $6.50 per acre,
LARSON & KRUGER,
Netfr Salem, N. D.
Mr. Seddon is determined that the
"litle brown man" must bekept out
of New Zealand at all costs. In his
latest speech he said he hacj no desire
to offend in any way the national
susceptibilities of the Japanese, but
New Zealand's racial purity must be
preserved and this could only be don'»
by preventing Asiatics, whether sub
jects of King Edward or of the mik
ado, from coming into the colony in
such numbers as |to constitutor
a
are bound to please.
230 Broadway.
real
ART STUDIO
Miss Blume is doing a grade of
work that cannot be surpassed.
Photographs sent from her studio
Italy's king recently paid a visit to
Vesuvius. On the occasion of a prev
ious visit an Italian newspaper an
nounced that "the eruption had the
honor of being witnessed by his maj
esty." ,It was a German paper that
once stated that a certain royal
prince "was graciously pleased to be
born yesterday." Equally courtierlik*
was an army officer in attendance on
the king of Spain not long ago. "the
king asked him what was .the time.
The courtier fumbled for his watch
but could not find it, then respectful
ly replied: "Whatever time your
majesty pleases."
PRESBYTERIAN
A E
S A E
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY
MAY 15 TO 19 INCLUSIVE
115 BROADWAY
Chesley's is headquarters for the
best hard coal, ocean smokeless and
finest anthracite than comes to the
market. Prompt delivery to any part
(of
the city, and a satisfactory fuel
guaranteed. ItwtU pay to get our pri
ces and test our grades of coal. Or
der now before the cold has taken you
"short of fuel, and be prepared for win
1 etr'a siege. J. A. Chesley. 'Phone 39
Congressman J. Van Vechten Olcott
tells a story of a member of the house
from Missouri whose economical hab
its attracted some attention among
his colleagues. The Missourian is
serving his first term and as he was
elected as a republican from a strong
ly democratic, district some of his fel
low members were curious to know
how much his campaign expenses
were. He was swept into congress
on the Roosevelt tidal wave. When
the question was put to him he satis
fied the curious ones with this reply:
"Well, you can figure it out for your
selves. The convention nominated
another mac flr?t artcl he §fftt...a let-
Job printing phone 791, Gross I^gos.
Cook paints signs. Phone 925.
WASEM & GAARD
Embalmers and Funeral Direct
ors. Lady Attendant. Specialists.
Get a Pocket Savings Bank at the
"Savings & Loan."
The O. W. Kerr Co., have two lots
on Broadway for sale at a bargain.
Have your eave troughing done by
The Klinsmann Co. Work guaranteed.
DT Vaudeville, 2 to 5
and 7 to 11 daily.
Admission 10\ Children 5c. lOfi B'wiijr.
ChaogAof bill Monday end Thursday.
Two lots on. Broadway for sale by
O. W. &err Co. at a bargain if taken
quickly.
Early Ohio seed potatoes for sale.
Enquire at Hughes & Painter, 2vj9
Broadway.
Tomato, cabbage, cauliflower plints
—best and earliest varieties only.
Shotwell & Graver.
Gross Bros*, new company, new job
printing plant, does fine work, reason
able prices, phone 791 Keeney block.
THE PANTORIUM
Cleatitiff, pressing, dyoincr.
City and country trade solicited.
619 N. P. Ave. Fargo, N. D.
For Sale or Exchange—A thorough
ly modern eight room house for a
smaller house, address Ruud care
Forum^t
Boiio| ft Roger# hay* mdved from
207 Broadway to their "new building,
03 Broadway, and pay top prices for
hides, pelts, furs, tallow, etc.
Pr. Frank J. Toussaint of Milwau
kee Is making an effort to educate a
Yaqul Indian boy, this being the first
attempt ever made to bring one of the
race under the influence of civiliza
tion. The boy's parents were killed
three years ago by Mexican soldiers.
Dr. Toussaint happened to be in thai
section of Mexico at the time. He
took the boy home with him and sent
him to school. The lad now reads
and writes fairly well and appears to
be contented, without any desire to
return to his tribe.
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL
MUTUAL FIRE INS. CO.
OF FARGO, NORTH DAKOTA*
Mercantile, Dwelling and ^Fartn
Insurance.
Paid losses in 1905—$18,163.60.
oReturned policyholders in
dl
rf
vidends—$15,179.02.
ttlD YOU GET YOUR SHARE
save from 30 per cent to 40 per
ceii of your prominm each year by in
surinsr with as.
Write os TODAY for circular and ap
plicfltion.
C. MACFADDEN, F. 8. WILDER,
President. Secretary.
Charles Haynes~W«Swetir ye&rs
old this month, is a practicing engin
eer in New York city and was an in
teresting figure at the laying of the
new Engineers' club house corner
stone by Mrs. Carnegie the other day.
The old gentleman saw Robert Ful
ton's flr^t steamboat on the Hudson
river and expects to take a prominent
part In the Fulton and Clermont cen
tennial next year. In the civil war he
was chief of the engineer corps in
General Burnslde's expedition and re
ceived high praise for his work.
Letter to Mr. Bertram Gibson,
Fargo, N. D.
Dear Sir: The trustees of the fair
grouiid, Cobleskill, N. Y., were glad
to pay 15 cents a gallon more for De
voe and no wonder. Two other paint
agents said it would take 150 gallons
of their paint to cover the buildings.
Our agent put It at 125 or less. It
took 115.
We saved them 85 gallons of paint
and painting (worth $4 to $5 a gallon,
as the painting costs two or three
times as muoh as the paint) less 15
cents a gallon on 11 gallon*. Say
$140.
That's how to count the cost of
paint. The cost of putting it on is
$3 or $4 a gallon. You see what that
means. Go by Devoe.
Yours truly,
F. W. Devoe ft CD
New York and Chicago.
P. S. Cannlff's Fargo Decorating Co.
sells 'our paint.
Mme. Bernhardt says' that the
greatest triumph of her stage career
came the evening that "L/Alglon" was
produced in Paris. The third act was
applauded enthusiastically, but as she
was bowing her acknowledgments a
burst of laughter arose in the top gal
lery. Says Mme. Bernhardt: "The
eyes of the audience and my eyes, too,
were turned reproachfully thither.
And as we looked the reproach died
out pf our faces. We saw two one
armed men standing up in the front
.rpw,' side by side, quite oblivious of
the amusement they created, co-oper
ating, with their remaining hands tp
addl o the applause."
Wanted, Plow Teanft.
A ifull section of plowing to offer
at gfeod prices. Write or 'phone us,
Morttm & Co. .....
.!
REPAYING BR0ADW4Vi
Fir§4 Steps Taken In the Work By
City Engineer.
The first step in the repaving of
Broadway was taken this afternoon
when an assistant in City Engineer
Crabbe's office marked with paint on
the sidewalks along Broadway the
station numbers.
The repaving will be done two
blocks at a time but the work will be
divided into stations of fifty feet each.
The actual work, It is expected, will
be commenced in a few dara if the
weather will permit.
Do Not Be Deceived.
Schlitz beer on draught is sold only
.by d. A. Simmons, the Rathskeller
»pd pit the Empire Bottling works bar.
m,
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SIDNAM BROS.
BARBER EXAMINATIONS.
Clasa Is Being Put Through tllflL Mill
Here Todaj^
Twenty-one would be tonsorial ar
tists appeared before the state board
of barbers examiners for examination
today. President Sundevan of Hills
boro, and Secretary J. L. Hooker of
the examining board were in charge.
The applicants were required to
pass physical, written and practical
examinations. Those who pass will
be entitled to a license to practice the
art of barbering for life.
The examination was the last in a
series which has been held this spring.
The other places visited by the exam
ining board were Dickinson, Bismarck,
Jamestown and Valley City. IN all
seventy-three applicants took the ex
aminations.
WE HAVE IT
WOOD
8a wed,
Split
and
AMD COAL
Hard,
Soft,
Boy's
J?
J5t W
Ligniteand
Coke.
Four Foot.
GIBBS' GRAIN AND FUEL CO.
T. D. Piatt, Local Manager. Phone 1269.
Boys Cause Trouble.
General Manager Heath of the
street railway company called at tlu
police station this afternoon and com
plained to Chief Wade of the practice
of small boys stealing rides on the
cars. During the baseball season
last
year, the street railway people had
considerable trouble with boys on this
account and many youths narrowly
escaped serious injury.
Buy Your Home!
Pay easy monthly payments and
own your own home. Why rent when
such terms can be secured? See us.
Morton & Co.
Peddfers License.
Salloom Nicolas was arrested late
yesterday afternoon on a charge of
peddling without a city license. He
was arraigned before Judge Ryan and
his hearing continued until tomorrow.
The accused had taken out a state
license but had not considered it nec
essary to take out a city license. A
question of law has arisen in connec
tion with the matter and it is possible
•that the prosecution will be made in
the nature of a test caao.
Choice Flax Seed.
Very choice and clean, rich with oil.
Raised,#on breaking. Delivered at any
railroad point in the state and in
quantities to suit Morton A Co.
FIERCE FIGHT IN MOORHEAD.
Restauranter and Lumberjack Scrap
ped Over Payment for a Meal.
One of the fiercest fights that has
been seen in Moorhead for many
years ocurred late this afternoon. The
contestants were Harry Lamp,
11 n 1 1
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pro­
prietor of a restaurant near the south
bridge, and a lumberjack who refus
ed to bay for a meal. Both were ar
reutew
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11 infill Hill Jivilni
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'C Swap Iron Wanted.
5
Best
Ever"
Suit
R«i«4 this- get a £u»klet at once
and Win this suit.3a fry it today.
The boy of Fargo who writes the
beat essay about '^the "BEST
EVER" boys' suits will receive
from the manufacturer on July
15, 1905,"a brand "BEST
EVER" suit, like the one shown
in this illustration. If your es
say wins the prize, the suit will
be forwarded to us, and we will
present it to you.
Now, hoys, if y6u wilt call at our
store, we will give you a booklet
telling about the conditions of
the contest.
There is absolutely no charge
oonnected with this it takes only
a little time and study. You have
as good a chance to win as your
ehUm*
All prize essays must be in by
July 1.
Your paper will be graded upon
the following points:
Neatness.
Penmanship.
Use of Good English.
^Ittriber of qualities, whiafc JMMi
mention, that are in favor of the
"BEST EVER" suit over the or
dinary boys' suit.
Boys from 7 to 16 years-ean take
part in this contest.
Try it Today.
E NOW READY
With a full line of "DIRECT ACTION"
Gas Stoves and Ranges. Eyery range de
livered and connected free of charge.
SUCCESSORS TO
PARHO HARDWARE CO.
WHAT OTHERS SAY
4
a-foil
stock of dog muzzles here in the
morning.
Mason: The Kate red Apprentice
degree will be conferred In Shiloh
lodge^ A. F* ajid A,- Rfr.. this evening.
N. B. Real Estate for 8ale.
Two lots adjoining Broadway M. B.
church.
$1,000
for thirty days.
quietly.. Q. W. Kerr Co.
Act
Heath's New Job.
According to a report current on the
streets here this afternoon Man
ager Heath of thfc Fargo & Moorhead
Street Railway Co., who has resigned
will go to Seattle where he has ac
cepted a position as general superin
tendent of construction of 500 miles of
the proposed Milwaukee road to the
coast.
EXACT COUNTERPART.
lit the business department at
Aaker's Business College there is a
bank, which is an exact counter
part of any bank as far as business
is concerned, Deposits are re
ceived, notes are discounted, cer
tificates of deposits issued, bank
drafts sold, collections made for
student customers In the school
and for advanced students In bus!
ness rooms in schools outside or
the state. The A. B. C. Is mod
ern in its methods and does not
follow the text book method fit 'HQ
years, as some schools do.
1134 TWOPHONi 1135
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I BOX
The Y?ry Best Stock in
?tfie Market.

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